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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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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1914
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T IS DOUBTFUL THAT

ALLIED ARMIES, FLUSHED

AND BETTER SUPPLIED THAN EVER

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Paris, Sept. 14. With Germany's,-'
armies officially reported retreating
at every point, a naif 'million fresh
allied troops are (being held ready to
bo hurled against the invaders when
'they turn for a final stand.
SOUTHERN WING SHATTERED
The crown prince's army, which
held the southern wing, has at Jast
given way. Twenty thousand Ger-
mans iare reported killed at Nancy
and eleven thousand at Luneville.
French officers claim that 50,000
Germans have been killed "in the at-
tempts to cut through 'the allied
lines.
CAPTURED SUPPLIES IN
iMENSE QUANTITIES
IM-
The invaders are suffering greatly j
from the lack of provisions, aramuni- i
tion and cavalry horses.
Vast ruantities of spoils of war
are falling into the hands of the al allies.
lies. allies. The allied forces have already
captured enough ammunition to
equip another army.
WAS GREATEST BATTLE OF THE
WORLD
Paris, Sept. 14, 4 p. im.' The Ger German
man German army continfupd to 'retreat all
along the line today, and has crossed
Into Germany at different points.
Two million men were engaged in
the. (battle at iMarne last week. OLt is
ibelieved that it was the -biggest bat battle
tle battle in the history of the world. The
allies took an enormous number of
prisoners.
. An official statement this after afternoon
noon afternoon date says that the Germans
have ibeen dislodged from every for-'
tified position and are in disorder
everywhere.
'GERMANS CLAIM TO BE DRIVING
RUSSIANS AND INCREASING
WESTERN ARMY
Berlin; Sept. 14. It is officially
announced today thai the Russians
are retreating from the vicinity of
Koenigsberg and that fresh German
forces will, 'be sent into France.

WING
FRESH EFFORTS

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Our Fall and Winter StocI: oi Woolens is
now complete and we invite you to visit our
store and look over our line oi nev and up-to-the-minute
fabrics We carry one of the great greatest
est greatest assortments of voolens shown outside of
New York and Chicago, and will make to your
individual measure.,
fit aei Worlcmaiisliip Guaranteed.

niCllME

Si EFFORT

WITH VICTORY, ME STROM
READY
TO Gift IIP
ALBERT AND HIS BELGIANS RE REFUSE
FUSE REFUSE TO SURRENDER
ANTWERP
(Antwerp, Sept. 14. The? Belgian
army has -been driven back to Ant Antwerp
werp Antwerp by the Germans. The Germans
demanded the surrender of Antwerp
yesterday,' which King Albert refus refused
ed refused to do.
UAL MOflARCHY
IS DESPERATE
RUSSIA !WH IPPING ITS TROOPS
AND ITS HOME FOLKS
STARTING FOOD
RIOTS
Vienna, Sept. 14. Austrians in
Galled a are hard pressed. The gov government
ernment government has tissued a call for its re reservists
servists reservists over 2 0 years old. Food
riots are developing all over Austria.
VIENNA IS WARNED
Vienna, iSept. 14. Panic prevails
hejtoyer the report that (Russians
afvalching on Vienna.
W'dN'T STAY AWAY
FR03I WASHINGTON
Pressure of Public Business is Al Al-ways
ways Al-ways with the, President
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Cornish, (X. ,'H., Sept. 14. Presi President
dent President .Wilson spent the morning on
the golf links, hut left. this afternoon
for Washington.
AGREED TO EXCHANGE
Allies and Germans AVill Trade Pris Pris-oners
oners Pris-oners with Each Other
Antwerp, Sept. 14. -It is reported
that an agreement has -been reached
whereby Germany and France will
exchange an equal number of pris prisoners,
oners, prisoners, officers and men, who -may re rejoin
join rejoin their armies.

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ATTEMPT OF THE BIG BANKIUG GROUPS TO EIID

THE WAR
. Washington, Sept. 14. It was
stated today that leading "bankers
and financiers centering in New
York were responsible for the recent
futile efforts to start a real discus discussion
sion discussion of peace between the warring
(European governments. This caus caused
ed caused the public to receive the impres impression
sion impression that a real peace movement was
on foot. It seems certain that this
effort will produce no results now.
IS
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THE SAVE
AUDACIOUS MOUNTAINEERS ARE
3L1KING READY TO INVADE
AUSTRIA
iNish, Sept. 14. It is officially an announced
nounced announced that a campaign for the
capture of Budapest has been opened
by the construction of two bridges
across the Save river for the trans transportation
portation transportation of heavy artillery.
MOVING ON METZ
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FRENCH HAVE DRIVEN GER GERMANS
MANS GERMANS BACK ON THEIR
RIGHT FLANK
Paris, Sept. 14, 3 p. m. The
French right flank has pushed the
Germans back and occupied Xomny
and Ponthxa-Mous'son. The allies
are now within seventeen miles of
Metz.
ITALY IS LANDING
TROOPS IN ALBANIA
Movement Caused by Massacre of
Christians by Mohemmedans
Paris, Sept. 14. Troops of the
Italian army are 'being disembarked
in Albania, especially at Valona, ac according
cording according to the (Echo de Paris.
AN ENEMY INSIDE
Disease Killing Off the Germans at
Tsing Tao
Tokio, Sept. 14. It is reported
that the heavy floods around Tsing
Tao are causing an epidemic in the
German garrison from which scores
are dying.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
Gerig's, the store with a clean
fountain and good carbonated bev beverages.
erages. beverages. 9-1-tf

VA

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OF HO AVAIL
RIVEH AND HARBOR
EIGHTEEN 'MILLION DOLLARS
KNOCKED OUT OF THE AP APPROPRIATIONS
PROPRIATIONS APPROPRIATIONS Washington, Sept. 13. JElimina JElimina-tion
tion JElimina-tion of $18,000,000 from the rivers
and harbors "bill appropriations by
the Senate commerce committee as
additional fwar emergency relief to
the treasury failed yesterday to ap appease
pease appease opponents of the measure aad
tke filibuster against it .was resumed
on the floor.
After the committee had announc announced
ed announced that the total had 'been reduced
from $53,000,000 to $35,000,000,
Senator Burton, republican, leading
the opposition, Issued a statement
declaring the fight would continue.
A large part of the $18,000,000 re reduction
duction reduction was secured by horizontal
reductions, on the theory, that each
project should receive funds to keep
it alive until another bill can ."be
passed at the next session.
"The reductions made,' said Sena Senator
tor Senator Burtoii's statement, "do not
diminish My 'more- than a few hun hundred
dred hundred thousands the ultimate expense
of pending Tiver and harbor improve improvement.
ment. improvement. What the opponents of the
hill object to is such -vicious items as
the Cumberland river above Nash Nashville,
ville, Nashville, the ultimate expense of which
would-be $4,500,000."
"As an illustration of the action of
the committee, a project in (Boston
harbor intended to make it easy and
safe for deep draft 'boats to enter and
an authorization of $1,000,000 for
Philadelphia are omitted, while the
Brazos, Trinity, Red and Ouachita
rivers provision (remains, although
reiuced. A very large number of
Inconsequential creeks and streams
on the Atlantic coast and elsewhere
stall occupy a prominent place.
"Under these circumstances the
opponents of the bill feel compelled
to continue their opposition.'"
The filibuster was continued in the
Senate all day.' x
HAMBURG IN HUNGRY
Big German City i Shy on Bread
and Meat
(Hamburg, Sept. 14. A serious food
shortage has developed here.
COLD WAVE COMING
Winter lias Already Begun in the
Northwest
Calgary, Sept. 14. The Canadian
Pacific Railway reports a heavy snow
storm in. the west, which has tem temporarily
porarily temporarily paralyzed telegraph and rail railway
way railway traffic.

BILL REDUCED

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LASTED EIGHTEEN DAYS 1 A 111
MILES LOilG

RUSS AHS

CLAIM TD HOLD 200,000 PRISONERS AND

HAVE PUT IDE AUSTRIAN ARMIES TO ROUT

Petrograd, Sept. 14. Two hun hundred
dred hundred thousand Austrians have heen
captured in Galicia, according to re reports
ports reports received here from the front
today. The battle raged eighteen
days along a line 175 miles long,
from 'Haliez, in Galicia, to Opole, In
Russian Poland.
AUSTRLNS ARE BEING ROUND ROUNDED
ED ROUNDED UP
(Petrograd, Sept. 14. The Rus Russians
sians Russians have surrounded two Austrian
armies and their capture seems cer certain.
tain. certain. There are 280,000 Austrians
now held prisoners.
RUSSIANS ARE
RETREAT
IN EAST PRUSSH IN CONSE CONSEQUENCE
QUENCE CONSEQUENCE OF THROWING THEIR
MAIN' FORCE AGAINST AUS AUSTRIA
TRIA AUSTRIA Petrograd, Sept. 14. It is official officially
ly officially admitted today that the 'Hussian
forces are in retreat from the vicin vicin-ity
ity vicin-ity of Koenigsberg, lEast Prussia, be being
ing being forced to give ground by superior
numbers. The, 'Russians are massing
all the forces possible against Aus Austria
tria Austria in Galicia.
!MURDERED BY THE MOSLEMS
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Brindisi, Sept. 14. Over two hun hundred
dred hundred men, women and chLldren were
mosscred ;by Musselmen insurgents,
who captured the Albanian town of
Zaeranl. The victims were Chris Christians.
tians. Christians. The town was sacked and
burned.
IT'S OUT ACAIIi
THAT REPORT OP RUSSIAN
TROOPS LANDING IN
FRANCE
. Antwerp, Sept. 14. 'Russian re reinforcements
inforcements reinforcements for the allies landed at
Ostend are now marching southeast
to attack the right wing of the Ger Germans.
mans. Germans. The Russians -number from
200,000 to 300,000.
Century and McKinley music at
The (Murray Company. 9-ll-3t

DOLLAltS no YSsI

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

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TO
OWARA
APPROPRIATIO
Was Reduced by $75,000, but There
is Enongh Left to Begin
the Work
. 4 ' J
(Special to the Star)
Washington, Sept. 13. Although,
the Senate committee on commerce,
has. made a big cut in the Florida Florida-items
items Florida-items In the rivers and harbors bill,,
according to a statement yesterday
'by Senator D. IT. 'Fletcher, chairman
of this ommittee, another bill will,
take care of the items eliminated at
this time.
' It Is his opinion that no serious
damage- wall be dome those projects
which have been reduced, as the
other ibill will he enacted soon.
The $300,000 casTi item for the
St. Johns Tiver is reduced to $175,--000
ibecause the engineers say that is
ample to carry on the work .without
interruption until we get another
bill. The canal project from Pensa Pensa-cola
cola Pensa-cola Bay to Mobile hay is retained
and the cash appropriation to "begin
the work is reduced from $50,000 to
$25,000.
The Ok la wa ha river project is 'ac 'accepted
cepted 'accepted and retained and the cash ap appropriated
propriated appropriated to begin the work is re reduced
duced reduced from $175,000 to $100,000.
This was done because the engineers
state this as all that can be used or
is needed until we have another bill.
All the other Florida items remain
intact."
For tne next thirty days we will
sell stock, poultry and cattle pow powders
ders powders and medicines for one-half
price. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf
Globe-Wernicke cabinet3 not only
save you work, but improve the looks
of your office. Get one at The Mur Murray
ray Murray Company. 9-ll-3t
Gerig's soda water checks are 6
for 25 cents, and are good at both
store3. 3-14-tf
A big war vessel "passed off Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona Beach a few days ago and of
course created a great deal of com comment
ment comment and excitement.
503 Patterns
on Display

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TWO

THE OCALA E VEXING STAK, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1914
FALL GARDENING ON
WORKMAN IN HIS
A HEAVY SCALE
NEW FIELD OF WORK

OGALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
0. U. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. IL Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

As far as we are able to learn
there will be an unusually heavy acre acreage
age acreage of fall and winter gardens plant

ed in Marion county this year. Al Already
ready Already many thrifty gardens are

blossoming like the rose and their
owners are proud of the early efforts
in tilling the soil.

PRONE 51

.SUBSCRIPTION RATES

''(Domestic)
tme year, in advance. $5.00
Jlx months, in adance.,.. 2.5V
Three months, in advance.. 1.25
One month, ji advance.... .50

ANOTHER CARLOAD OF

MACHINERY HAS ARRIVED

Another carload of new; machinery

. ? 8.00 arrived in the city Saturday for the

4.25 Ocala Iron Works, which-will be set

The republicans of the Danville
district of Illinois have again nomi nominated
nated nominated Uncle Joe Cannon for Con Congress.

The spress seems to agree that the
next democratic platform will con consist
sist consist of three words "Wilson, that's
all." Tampa Tribune.
Platform enough for this, paper.

According to Sunday's dispatches,
the kaiser would be willing to con consider
sider consider a proposition of anediation
from America. We daresay he would.
Hint Britain, France and Russia are
not likely to be of that mind.

In order to fulfill

quirements of

schools a nine months

one of the re- JJ

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Miami high school will begin work ;

Monday, Sept. 14th. two -weeks

fore the opening of the graded

schools, and for two weeks the high ,tt

school students will hava a taste of Y
what they are to enjoy in a build- j
ing of their own, while the new prin- j

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(Foreign)
One year, in advance...
Six months, in advance.

Three months, in advance.. 2.25 ha place in the handsome, ccmodi

One monh, in advance 80 ous and fire proof 'building as rapid

ly as possible. Among the machin machinery
ery machinery in this lot is the following: Two

WHY KILL THE TREES drills two nlaners. one radial drill.

one milling machine, three 'lathes.

The Star is most grieved to learn one hack saw and one grinding ma

that almost every one of the huge, chine. These machines are all of the
spreading topped pines in Greenwood latest style and capable of turning out
cemetery, several 'hundred of them high grade work with rapidity, saving
probably, have 'been girdled and will n iboth time and labor to a great ex ex-soon
soon ex-soon be dead. As far as could be tent. The fire proof sash has ail
seen every one of the trees, not on a been placed in the big 'building of the
private lot, has been so treated. .Why machine shop and the glaziers are
this was done is more than we can un- now at wrork.

derstand, as the trees were more than

half of the beauty of the property, THE GAS COMPANY'S

Illinois democrats have nominated
Roger C Sullivan, the notorious
spoilsman, for United States senator.
Tliis was intended as a rebuke to the
administration, but people who think
Roger C. Sullivan As fit to represent
a state in the Senate can't consist consistently
ently consistently rebuke anybody.

The "buy a bale" movement has
spread over the South to an extent
that it ds ibeginning to have consid considerable
erable considerable influence on the cotton mar market.
ket. market. The people of the cotton grow growing
ing growing sections are huying their own
staple to a considerable extent, and
are being helped out not a little by
northern capitalists, notably Armour
& Co., who have ordered their
southern agents to :buy 400 bales. Of
course, this is small compared with
the regular market, "but every little
.helps. 4

and certainly most of them, at least,
could have been left alive without
being in the way. Why did the
ladies of the Cemetery Improvement

Association not intercede for the lives
of the beautiful trees? tA pine, when
coming up, as "second growth" in

rich land, and plenty of room, makes
a spreading, beautiful tree, vastly
different from the tall, scantily top topped
ped topped pine of the oisual pine forest, and
such were those that have been
girdled.

NEW BUILDING

MR. CHAZAL'S PRETTY ADDITION

The Ocala Gas Company will im immediately
mediately immediately begin to put up its new
building. Since the practical de destruction
struction destruction of the plant by fire several
months ago, the company has mere merely
ly merely had a makeshift shed over the ma machinery.
chinery. machinery. Now it will put up the new
building. It has arrived on flat cars,
is of galvanized iron and comes in
sections all ready to be put up and
bolted together. It is probably the
first housa of its kind to be built in
Ocala.

TThe Star does not hope for peace
vin the mext few months. Doubtless
Germany -and Austria would be will willing
ing willing to quit riglit now if the other

' Btatue quo. Rut it isn't in the least
" (likely that the allies are willing to
,quit on any such terms. France
TRrants Aisace-'Lorraine, Russia will

sian and Austrian iPoland, Servia will
Hiave "Herzegovina and part of Bosnia
and Britain will demand Germany's
-colonial -empire. Germany and Aus Aus-Titria
Titria Aus-Titria -will fight quite awhile yet be before
fore before they -will submit to any such
terms.

The igood-atnured man gets' it s in
the neck always. One of our state
exchanges refers to former Governor
Gilchrist as a nonenity (because of his

inveterate placidity and g.ccd humor.
As as matter of fact he is a man of
superior lability and strong charac character
ter character and there, could 'be no abetter evi evidence
dence evidence of it than .the career he lias
(made for himself in Florida. He
isn't going to he United States sen senator,
ator, senator, (but that doesn't prove him a
weakling and nonentity. Palatka
(News.

One of the prettiest pieces of land
that has 'been added to the map of
the city in a long time is the large
tract that Mr. Louis Chazal and his
son Louis have recently had platted
and are clearing up and beautifying.
While 'Mr. Chazal :has over 200 acres
within the city limits, he is only plot plotting
ting plotting 50 lots just now. The lots will
be located north of Lovers Lane, and
'between the cemetery and the Antho Anthony
ny Anthony road, well separated from the cem cemetery,
etery, cemetery, and situated in one of the most
(beautiful natural spots in the city.

SATURDAY WAS LIKE OLD TIMES

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MR. WARTMANN'S ADDITION

Mr. 'Ed. L. Wartman of Citra has
a force of workmen clearing up his
land 'between (FortKing Avenue and
the Silver Springs Boulevard, cut cutting
ting cutting and grading streets, etc., and
will soon have the lots ready to put
on the market. The land was very
heavily timbered with hammock

growth and most of the large

We did not make a house to house
canvass of the business firms of the

city today to see what the results of
their Saturday's trading- was. but

spoke to a number of them and

found they bad done a most excellent

business, and were entirely satisfied

As far as the crowd in the city and

on the streets was concerned, how

ever, tne day was a most ousy one

and the streets and stores certainly

presented a busy, animated aspect.

Ocala looked like a little city and on

the principal streets and corners one
had to mind bis eye or get run over
or Tat least humped into. jNo, Ocala
did not look dead, on Saturday, nor

idoes she ever look so, as to that.

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GREAT REMAND FOR COTTAGES

timbe:

Wrhile fall is hardly -nere yet,
Ocala is having a stronger demand
for cottages and small residences

.will .ha loft tnnrlin2- Thf lanr! im-

t ,-r, than for a good many years past and

wood addition on the east. , iU 1 v. J 1 ;

there will not ioe a vacant nouse in
I the city. This sepaks rwell for tbe

business of Ocala and Its steady

Aftert six weeks of terrific fight fight-'incr
'incr fight-'incr fjftrttian flrmv in France is

lurt about where it mieht have been rtwh. a great many Jiouses of

if it had attacked the French fron

tier fortifications. But it has been
driven back to. that position instead
of Nadvancing to it, and the 'belief of
thd invincibility of the German army
is shattered. Also it has Britain's
ever uncreasing forces before it, in instead
stead instead of the French only. That in invasion
vasion invasion of iBelgium wras a costly mis mistake
take mistake for the kaiser. Perhaps he
thinks to himself that it would .have
ibeen ibetter to respect the promise
maiifi on such "a scraD of 'paper" as

all sizes have been ibuilt in the past

year. One of the b'est illustrations

of the demand for nouses is the re

sults seen in this office from a local

advertisement of a well (located six six-room
room six-room cotage for rent. In two days
after the first appearance of the little

ad., and the prive tasked for the cot

tage was a good one too, this office

had about twenty inquiries oy letter,
phone and in person.

Ton't you be too sure he won't 'be th0 treaty .baaing to observe the

senator, either. The ex-governor
doesn't make much splurge, but 'he
lias lots of friends.

clpal will have an" excellent oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to make personal friends of as
fine a lot of boys and girls as is
found anywhere in the world.
Coming from a town where ho has
been in charge of the. same schools
for eleven years, Air. Workman will
undoubtedly miss familiar faces and
loyal helpers, but he will find boys

and girls eager to fall -in line

progressive, earnest school work and
co-workers ready to do their share in

the development of his plans for

making the schools of IMiami the best

in the state.

The new principal may have dif difficulty
ficulty difficulty in breaking up the habit of

referring to him and to the men

teachers in the high school as "pro "professor,"
fessor," "professor," a characteristic of the vil village
lage village school that is always hard for
up-to-date school men to handle.
Often :boys and girl3 come from

homes where titles are always given
indiscriminately from the "colonel,"
applied to well-to-do farmers and
real estate dealers, and the "major,"
applied to any man who wore a uni uniform
form uniform in a war, to "judge," prefixed
to the name of any man who ever ran
for the office of justice of the peace!
(And the public school man is often
very .helpless in the matter, die
knows that "professors", in educa educational
tional educational -work are only found in col colleges.
leges. colleges. -'He knows that in city public
schools they are not called "profes "professor,"
sor," "professor," and that one of the 'marks of
a village school are those provincial provincialisms
isms provincialisms an the "talk" about school
work, which is often very harmful.
And in Miami there is a great deal
of the right sort of talk needed in
assisting Mr. Workman to raise the
high school to the standard that it
should attain. In the first place, the
curriculum provided for the school
is number one. It covers a course of

study several' courses of study
equal in scope to that maintained in
the 'best secondary schools of the
country. The ibooks used are up-to-

date, the equipment in the school Is

high grade, and in the new building

will the greatly enlarged, and this

year the instructors all of them

have nad training that should make

them nignly efficient. All of which

Is a hasis for the right sort of "talk."

Having a state certificate and col

lege degrees that Indicate N Droaa
knowledge, and these supported by a
successful experience of many years,

the new principal is qualified to
make the high school one to be

thoroughly proud of, and one that

will in the course of a few years
serve as an academy to which every
young person in the community can
look forward to attending, ..with real
eagerness. And, with the help of the
people of 'Miami, Mr. Workman can
surely accomplish It.
One thing, though, is certain. He
will need the encouragement and the

cooperation of the parents of the

hoys and girls, and of the public in

Miami should have the

finest high school work in the state,

and- the 'finest graded school work in

th state she yehould provide the

best equipment; the best support and

the best boys and girls, and we be

lieve that Mr. Workman and nis co

workers can assume thear duties next

MoTidnv. nnrt two weeKS iroiii ucai

Monday, feeling that they are to be

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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 3G5 1)AYS, SHE USES IT
MORE THAN 1,000 TIMES A YEAR.
MR. HUSRAND: RUY YOUR WIFE A NEW RANGE.
WE HAVE MANY ATTRACTIVE DESIGNS AND A SIZE
WHICH WILL TLYACTLY FIT THE NEEDS OF YOUR WIFE.
JUST TELL HER TO COME IN AND PICK OUT THE
ONE SHE NEEDS. NOTHING COULD PLEASE HER MORE.

MARION

OCALA,

GO

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Phone 118,
FLORIDA

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TK WING to the great demand for grooms, we
( have opened the house for the accomodation
of the public. The remodeling of the house
has not 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.
LOUIS M. LOIlg, Manangr

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. IDuTing the last week a steady
stream of Indian troops has been
crossing Canada on the Canadian Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Railway; and going on -board
transports at 'Montreal and Quebec,
fn sail for Europe. Thirty thousand

IT PAYS TO RE AN ELK
Elks stick to one another, says T.

neutrality of (Belgium. The next D. (M. in the Angusta cnronicie.
Anfn InnmoTiv err, a .will TkTrtHQ HI V I WiSI 'Ck Vflll "hparl tllP fitOrV that iS OQ

be handed her on the point of a hay- the rounds I heard it told at the appreciated and assisted most hear-

l ... . .In,. ;a T I o m i "ATvf rrvnolis-

onet. hotel last night atout jenKins 01 iw

snnTKa-whftre. on o old time?

n a.a mmrn thfi ?Miaml newspapers to as-

lUtl mA than ten f-tieury jeuwus, iiuwij-uuu-

' w I I . ni'..Vmnn T AVOrV ULT M V THIS'

At-inn-RnmtPr suburbanite, kissed his wife good- sisx -ir. u.au -v.; r

Mo Wo TOCKEE

PHONE 300

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'her he would he at home sible. He is not a seeker for notoriety

It is only a

weeks hefore the

,t-air opens, ine btar nopes xnat xne-, ." " lw verv Mad to have the (help of

people of the two counties will go to at o o ev "r. In the- many ays In

. a. i-v 1 i I (TAT 1T1 1 C 1 II T fl Vl Tl f 1 V I M II Mil UH II I I V 11. I Wil w V X

.worK to maKe u ine toesi iair we ; , ncct in wh-rwi

lATMTIcrV.f orrivorl nrl T n TlllWlV. I WniCU IUC ov

I l- rrv, ,1tt. rr Vi voar ,n f ;npnt in

- i t ..... .. C3v, rm,-A ;o t. ya :iicTvn;p nn I wuih.. x

troops, most ot xnem seusuutju in. pe(pie or inis section nave never r"

i i rn cror cr orniKinp- npr t n i npr. sue vw

iase a suucess ""av'' i .

stantly happen, -without the outside of the fair as they do tMs year. They sent him to the telegraph office with Mr 7" many
world hearing about it, on the hor- are ,thrown more on their own re- six telegrams to as many brother fflliL Mm.
.u.in's Asiatic empire. It w fhnn AVftr lbefora. alld nver Elks living in the city, asking each ways, and hesajs that it neipea mm.

Jl v7i 3 L. vw I w t
s of iMst 1 00.000 of these Lm Hr n n mur-h .tin Tiparten if her husband-was stopping there

iS sacnu v uiu oiij ... I ,.,,t. Tr T"ltTrT

ottincr torpthAr over nignt. alliAA ir.v-ir

men will he sent to Europe. Thirty

thousand Canadian troops are in
camp at Quebec and other points on

the St. Lawrence, ready to sail as
soon as the transports can be provid provided
ed provided for them.

Governor Trammel! appeals to the

each other up hy

and showing each other
can do.

what they

Looking ahead to the Christmas Christmas-tide
tide Christmas-tide the Ocala Star says that some
people are worried over the fact that
there will 'be few German made toys

citizens of Florida to buy their own for the Yule season, on account of

cotton crop and store it until the de de-T,,.oinn
T,,.oinn de-T,,.oinn used hv the war is over.

ri -"

The governor suggests that every
citizen who is able shall huy a ibale,
and -where one man cannot, that two
. rPP oh in in. or that clubs be

th war. The Star suggests xnai any
heart-aches should not he because of
the absence of German-made toys

but for the little German orphans

who will have a very sad Christmas

Thft Chicasro Herald has already

formed, each club to buy a hale, or started the idea of having a Santa
. TVia irrvr. Alona rh i r CPTlt rt "RllTOTe. With tOYS

as imany uaies as ui a.u.. w i

s-nor i-ecomimends 10 cents a ound
minimum rrvrice. It is a very

good suggestion, and tnose no .i
upon it will he certain of making
tbeir money back with interest when
Ihe markets re-open.

for the little folks in the war zone

The idea may be popular and surely
is worth considering. Times-Union.

The Star wouldn't he surprised if

we have to send them .bread as wel
as toys hefore many months pass.

At dawn a farm wagon carrying a

farmer and friend husband drove up

o the house. The broken

auto was in tow.

!Mr. Allan Rogers, for many years

down a resident of Ocala, but for seven or

Almost simultan- eight years past a resident of Jack-

eously came a messenger boy with a sonville and Tampa, is again a resi-

telegram, followed at intervals by dent of this county and has leased a

five others. All of them Tead: nart of the Junie Counts farm, one

"Yes, Henry is spending the night 0f the best farms In the county, sev-

with me." eral miles south on the Pyles road.

Mr. Rogers says he is working in his

STAR SPAXGIiEI) earden and field from early daylight

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BANNER CELEBRATION I till close of day, and likes it and Is

The Epworth (League will celebrate gaining in health and strength daily.

the hundredth anniversary of the He has in a large fine fall garden and

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of our national hymn Tues- will follow it with other crops as fast

day evening at 7:30 o'clock at the as the seasons admit. like many

home of (Mr. and Mrs. T. M. iMoore others, tiring of the strife and wor-

on Fort King avenue. A most ex- ries of city life, Mr. Rogers returns

omfoirfi Lodge

The rest room which the Ocslu merchants maintain for the use
of our ont of town Tisitors tvho are in the city for a few hours
with noting to do is located on the corner of Fort King avenue
and South Main 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 Lodge are free and you are Invited to
take advantage of them.
JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE

cellent program has -been arranged

with local and other talent and the

league Invites its friends to -meet

with it. Full program 'Monday.

to the farm with joy and gladness.

Six copies of sheet music for 15c.

at Lansford's.

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We mean are you getting the service we wish to give you and whici
you ought to have? We believe you are. Most of our customers are
satisfied, and we are proud of the fact. But If there i3 anything wrong
in our relations we want to know It NOW, so we can do our part in
straightening It out before the rush days come.

Ocate Ice & FacMimgj



THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR, IIOXDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1014

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A. E. BURNETT

RELIABLE JEWELER
OCALA, FLORIDA

A PRIVATE SOLDIER
ON THE BATTLEFIELD

London, Sept. 14. Graphic de descriptions
scriptions descriptions of the terrible fighting in
France, where the British and French
allies have battled for many days

against the Germans, are beginning
to reach London in letters from sold soldiers
iers soldiers at the front. The following ad admirably
mirably admirably story of actual -tattle is con contained
tained contained in a letter from a wounded
Frenchman to an (English friend
here:
"I am in the field hospital now,
with a nice little hole in my left
shoulder, through -which a bullet of
one of the War Lord's military sub subjects
jects subjects has passed. My shoulder feeU
much as if some playful joker has
touched it with a lighted cigar. To Tomorrow
morrow Tomorrow I shall be quile right again,
but the wound had to be washed and
dressed by a pretty little "dress"
maker called nurse, who is so sweet
and lovely and kind-hearted that one
should like to get wounded for the
purpose of 'being nursed by her.

"Badinage apart, those nurses have
a fearful time. I wonder when they
have any time to rest. Day and
night they are busy, and when you
ask them, "Are you tired?" they just
smile, and with a laugh in their eyes
they make some comic reply. They
are real heroines and it Is (merely our
physical sufferings which they, miti mitigate.
gate. mitigate. God foless them!
"That wound, or rather the com compulsory
pulsory compulsory inactiveness which results
from it, affords me a splendid oppor

tunity of recording some details

of

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the battle. 'For, although I have
changed myjdear journalistic foun fountain
tain fountain pen for a rifle, which, toy the way,
can -be as sharp as a nb 'quand j'y
mets la rallonge' (-when i fix the bay bayonet),
onet), bayonet), the Germans have not yet suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in opening my reporter's vein,
and, queer enough, during the battle,
I .was often interested in it, both as
a soldier and as a pressman.
"Our army marched along a broad
sunny road 'bordered on either side
by a vast, cultivated plain, on which

; from distance to distance, little groups

of harvesting peasant girls and old
men were busy, as if they. lived in
the most peaceful region of the most
'peaceful of countries.
"Here and there the horizon was
bordered by hill ranges, and right in
front of us, and somewhat to the left,
the wooded crests of other hills were
discernible. Sometimes when we
reached an elevation of the Toad I
looked backward upon the army,
which was like a huge serpent, cover covering
ing covering the road over a distance of many
miles, ilt was a great view, quite
different from a review, and I have

never seen anything so impressive.
For this was not a mere show, as a
military review is, but these men were
to be engaged in part cf an action on
which fate of nations would depend,
and the way in which those men
would fulfill their task might be of
the greatest importance to the result
of the battle and future movements
and designs.
"And one felt that these masses of
men were determinedta do their ut utmost.
most. utmost. This was not a dull, low-spirited
army, going to the front to fight
because they were ordered lo, but be

cause they wanted to. They woTe no

stern, grave .faces, or they would not
be French sc-ldiers; nor were they
boisterous or bragging, but they were
bright and lively and h&ppy and brave
governed by a power? ul desire to win,
and gifted with an almost superhu superhuman
man superhuman -power of determination. There
wa3 si'-ch a splendid enthusiasm.
"There was still another impor important
tant important factor, which adds no little to
the efficiency of the army; The com commissariat
missariat commissariat is perfect; all these men are
excellently equipped, excellently look looked
ed looked after. They .have everything -they
want, and they have it without delay.
That is what keeps the soldier's spir spirits
its spirits up and makes thesi confident. U.nd
we are confident.
"Near a crossing a halt'is made. A
meal is served out to us, an we learn

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chases purchases made when Star Subscription Coupons are presented at the time of making purchases:

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(OCALA

Phone 51

Ocala, Florida

that another division is going to Join
us. They are fast approaching, and
soon after we march on again. In
the distance, on our left, a veil of dust
hovers above the fields, and our ears
are caught by the noise of moving
'troops and the" trampling of horses'
feet. Every now and again a glimpse
may be caught of the body of an
army reaching in what 'seems to be a
direction paralled with ours. It is
rumored that they are iBritish troops,
but nobody knows except the com commanders,
manders, commanders, and they keep silent. All
we learn from our officers is that the
distant troops are part of the allied
force, but whether they are British,
French or Belgian is not disclosed to
u.
"IDispatch riders are galloping tip.
We are ordered to accelerate our
march; the division commanders join
their chief; various orders are passed,
and instead of keeping to the high

way part of our army has to cross
the field in a diagonal direction.
Since some time the rattling of vol volleys
leys volleys is audible. Then at a distance,
which seems not so far off, a- heavy
detonation of a gun is heard. It
takes same time before another gun gunshot
shot gunshot is fired, but then the detonations
are heard at intervals of about a
minute from the direction of the hills
in front of us. We are met oy more
dispatch riders, and now we hurry
across the field and p the slopes of
the hills.
"Arrived at the crest we drop our ourselves,
selves, ourselves, and there, right in front ol us,
on the opposite hills, and making for
the plain between thenr, are the ene enemy,
my, enemy, engaged in a fight with a division
of the allied troops. I can distinctly
see the German artillerymen moving
about the guns on the hilltops and
the slopes, I see a mighty, flash from
one of the gun's, the heavy report is
re-echoed by the surrounding hills.
"It is strange, but in the :face of
death and destruction I catch myself
trying to make out where the shell
has fallen, as if I were an interested
spectator at a rifie competition. And
I was not. the only one. I saw many
curious faces around me, bearing ex ex-pressioa3
pressioa3 ex-pressioa3 full of intermit, jvst if Ik
owners of the respective faces form formed
ed formed the auditorium of a highly fasci fascinating
nating fascinating theatrical performance, with without
out without having to do with fhe play itself.
The impression crossed 'my mind in

one-thousandth part of a second, and
was followed by numerous others, al altogether
together altogether alien from the utmost seri serious
ous serious things which were happening and
going to happen.
"The human mind is a curious and
complicated thing. Now that we
were shooting at the enemy, and. of often
ten often afterwards in the miist of a fierce
'battle, 'I heard seme remark made or
some funny expression used which
proved that the speaker's thoughts
were far from realizing the terrible
facts around him. It has nothing to
do with heartlessness or anything
like that. I don't know yet what it
is. Perhaps I shall have an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to .philosophize on it later on.
"Volley after volley we sent in the
direction of the enemy. We aimed
quickly and well, while all the Ger German
man German shells and bullets passed over
our heads. -For the Germans maybe,
and are, cur superiors in executing
parade steps, but they are infernal infernally
ly infernally bad shots, and parade steps are of
very little use in war-times, and make
no great impression upon the assail assailants.
ants. assailants. In the meantime our heavy
guns were preparing for action, and
our quick-firers began to share in the
general conversation. As more troops
were ascending the hills to reinforce
us, .we made for the plain. A rain of
hostile bullets -passed close over our
heads, and instictively we stopped, al although
though although when one hears the hullet it
has passed already.
"It ds a queer sensation which
comes over us the first time we are

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met with a hail of bullets. We sud suddenly
denly suddenly feel as If attacked by lever, but
this feeling very soon leaves us. Al Alternately
ternately Alternately dropping ourselves to 'fire,
and jumping to our feet to rush
across the open, we more and more
approached the enemy, who were as as-sembing
sembing as-sembing in strong forces. But so
were our troops. The earth was shak shaken
en shaken by the Incessant cannonading, and
the air tern by the continuous rattling-
of rifle fire. We rushed for forward,
ward, forward, that is to say our escouaSe, in
order to reach a piece of ground sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by low dykes. A comrade on

my Tight stumbled, dropped forward
without uttering a sound, killed by, a

shot in the breast. A man in front
of me threw up his arms, fell, strug struggled
gled struggled to his feet, fell again, and C'est
ca were his last words.
"We had reached the aforesaid
piece of ground, twelve of us. I
looked around for a moment. A ter terrible
rible terrible battle was raging, and so ut utterly
terly utterly horrible were the scenes around
me that up to this moment I cannot
believe that I have really lived to see
that. The wildest -phantasy cannot
imagine such a horror, dn which ab absolutely
solutely absolutely nothing ihuman is left, and
which could not 'be equalled -by the
most bloodstlrring fancies of a horde
of devils.
"LA shell exploded near lis, follow

ed by a terrible cry. Five of ns were
lying dead on the little square. One
man had both his legs blown off, and
was still aHve and conscious, implor imploring
ing imploring us to kill him. An officer ran
past, stepped, and after a Ehort look
at the man, shot him through the
heart. Ca vaut mieux' he said, 'pa 'pa-uvre
uvre 'pa-uvre diable 'He opened his mouth
to -utter a command at his men, and
at the same (moment got a bullet in
'his mouth. 'He turned round twice
and fell heavily on the dyke close by
"At a good distance benlnd us Red

Cross soldiers and two Red Cross

Friars, carrying the Red Cros3 flag,
were stooping over the wounded and
removing them to the ambulance
vans. A shell exploded over their
heads and only a couple of the 'Red
Cros3 men were left.
"More hostile 'troops have been ad-

rvancing. They have suffered heavy

losses,"but on our side also the num number
ber number of casulatles is very large, and
our (position seems to become criti critical.
cal. critical. We have to retreat, are, in fact,
retreating; Fresh French 'batteries
are put into action. I am just look looking
ing looking at a German battery which Is be being
ing being turned in our direction when It
is hit by two shells simultaneously.
The German artillerymen at the guns

are swept awajvtwo guns destroyed, j

"One moment it eeems as if the

enemy are hesitating, and we avail
ourselves of the opportunity to dash fjlSSSSBc! BlOOQ

forward, inflicting great damage on;
them. j

They are undoubtedly perserving
our men are, and they display a re remarkable
markable remarkable self-control. Notwithstand Notwithstanding
ing Notwithstanding the appalling scenes around me,
,T, too, feel perfectly calm now, and,
terrible though it may seem, I con confess
fess confess that without a moment's tremble
I aim at my living targets, Shoot and
watch the effect of my bullet. So do
all of us. They do not waste their
cartridges. The enemy outnumbered
us, however, so much that we could
not offer a longer resistance, without
exposing ourselves and the main
army to an enormous danger.
"The retreat is carried out splend splendidly.
idly. splendidly. I have just reached the crease

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with a delightful flavor
appropriate for lunch luncheon,
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Made of the finest
ingredients. Baked
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food, zo cents.
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If It rc7P"?.T. pfmplrs, bells cr trorsj?

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of a hill when I feel a slight shock in ; 'blocd Vl'irin'cr. It :s. j9

the left shoulder, nothing else. I do
not heed it, but some momenta after afterwards
wards afterwards I feel a burning pain in the
shoulder, and I perceive that I am
wounded and that the weight ofmy
left arm seems to Increase. Sometime
afterwards I find myself neatly in installed
stalled installed in a field hospital.
"Here 13 my nurse again, with her
pleasant smile. She says I have done
enough writing now, and that I had
better have -my dinner. 'And if you
don't obey at once, you naughty (boy
she added, 'I shall have to punish
you. I -wonder what the punishment
would .be like. Well, fortunately, I
have ended the 'report so that I can
obey her. And my dinner 13 only too

too."

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ERA CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY

"I advised the 'boys when they
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Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
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have received many thanks for the
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land, Hough-land, Eldon, Iowa. No person wheth whether
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Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Mta"!s a la carte and lunches
at any IiDJir. Adv.

PIAXO TUNING, $3.00

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

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A. D. BROOKS
Has moved his General Merchandise
Stock from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraket to ihv new
St. Georges Block,
where he la 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
A SPECIALTY.

Only Incentive to Good Work.
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CTIE OCAXA EVENING 8TAII. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1914
where they have been spending a
for an all day outing and there is no
more alluring spot in all Florida
than Salt Springs.

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
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V Tliought for the Pay
Xo post of honor so high, but the
poorest boy may hove to reach dt.
JMr. and tMrs. B. A. Weathers are
entertaining their little niece, Miss
Margaret Stevens of Lakeland.
Mrs. J. J. Giles, ho has been vis visiting
iting visiting -with her children at 'Faceville,
Ga., 'has returned home.
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The Eastern Star sewing circle -will
meet Wednesday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock .with 'Mrs. IF. G. B. Weihe.
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Miss Belle Isaacs of Jacksonville is
In' the city for a visit to her sister,
Mrs. Joseph iMalever.
Mr. J. F. Thompson and daughter,
.Miss Lottie, are visiting relatives In
St. Petersburg.
Mr. 'E. P. Rentz arrived Saturday
evenin g f ram 'Arcad la for a week weekend
end weekend visit to his family in Ocala.
IMrs. 3. A. Carmichael, accompani accompanied
ed accompanied her husband to 'Hot Springs last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Scott and IMrs.
John Taylor returned today from
their summer's sojourn on Lake
Weir, '
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IMr. U. II. Carroll, daughter Mcrris,
Mrs. Carroll's sister, ;Mrs. NonaRam NonaRam-:anr
:anr NonaRam-:anr and, Miss Christine Hannah,
riieir neice, of St. ; Petersburg, will
reach home tomorrow evening from

New York, Boston and other places

Mr

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The General says:
Cach of our enormous mills is a complete
producing unit in itself where we make all
our goods from the raw materials into the
finished product.

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Quality ROnPlNn Durability
Certified VVUr UN U Guaraa-(eed

is one of the most popular products because
it stands for high quality, reasonable price,
and Ion g service on the roof. It is guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed 5 years for 1-ply, 10 years for 2-ply and
15 years for 3-ply, and this guarantee is
backed by the world's biggest roofing and
building paper mills.

THE NEWSPAPER PUBLICITY LAW.

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Its Application to Other Organ Organizations
izations Organizations Needed.
'The "Newspaper Publicity Law,
'enacted by Congress some time
ago, ought to be applied to
;many -other business organiza organizations.
tions. organizations. This law provides that
all publications must file an affi affidavit
davit affidavit with the Postmaster Gen-'
eral setting forth full informa information
tion information concerning their ownership,
management, circulation, etc. A
copy of this affidavit must be
printed in certain designated Is Issues
sues Issues of the paper, and a marked
icopy thereof filed with the Tost Tost-imaHter
imaHter Tost-imaHter General. Failure to do

tt-his will authorize the Post-

-snaster General to deny the use
of the mails to the offending
publication.
This law has eliminated many

r.cr.opaper evils, sucn as the
j:id editorial, the overstatement
of circulation, and hidden own-

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crship. All this
has been attained

, by the simple rem remedy
edy remedy of publicity I

A similar law applied to otLcr
organizations would work equal equally
ly equally well and would eradicate
many evils, much corruption and
mismanagement For instance,
If labor organizations were re required
quired required to publish full Informa Information
tion Information as to their objects and their
transactions, and to make public
an account of their moneys, dues,
etc., many abuses that now ex exist
ist exist would be removed. Labor
organizations should not curry
favor from legislatures and
Congress any more than business
organizations, and they have no
right to special exemption from
anti-trust legislation. A labor
union is a form of labor trust.
Labor unions organized for
honest and lawful purposes are
necessary and desirable to hold
in check encroachments of un unjust
just unjust employers, but when they
invoke the -aid of Congress for
special exemptions they are
merely copying unjust methods
of other monopolies. r
Business should be 'required to
give full publicity as to prices,
volume of business, methods of
operation, etc., so as to give
each competitor the right con conclusions
clusions conclusions concerning their par particular
ticular particular field of industry.
We need publicity of all busi

ness organizations to cure the'

evils of mismanagement, and we
need it for labor unions, as well,
to bring a stop to their frequent
abuse and their underhand meth methods
ods methods of attaining unlawful ob objects.
jects. objects. A law which could pro produce
duce produce such results would bring
capital and labor into the open
field and their differences would
be less and they could be settled
more amicably than they are
now.

There is a dealer in your locality who han handles
dles handles Certain-teed Products. If you consult
him he will beglad togive you full informa information
tion information about our goods and will quote you rea rea-sonable
sonable rea-sonable prices on all of theni. Be sure the'
sroods are made by us. We stand behind
them. :
General Roofing Mfg. Company
World's target manufacturers of Hoofing
avd Building Papers
Healey Building, Atlanta, Ga.
Telephone Ivy 4905
Pbiladelphi AtUaU CtxtuA Detro.t
St. Louis Ciadwuti Kansas City BWapoB
Sa Fraacuco Scattk Lot4oa lUmlmr Sj&mty

Ruby Gissendaner. The day was ideal

month most pleasantly. They -will

arrive on one of the Clyde Line's

ships at Jacksonville tomorrow

morning and Mr. Carroll will meet
them thero and accompany them
home.
!Mr. ;R. B. Bullock has returned
from a profession visit to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, and Mrs. 'Bullock has returned

to ;Temorestf Ga., .where the family

has heen spending most of the sum summer.
mer. summer. ;-
Mr. and 'Mrs. E. L. Wartmann of
Citra, who have .been 'spending the
fast six weeks in fthe New England
states, have returned home. They
had a very pleasant vacation and are
much in love 'with the Xew England
staters. c
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'IrsiErankr'Hafris returned this
afternoon from a visit to "her son-in-law
and daughter, iMr. and 'Mrs. IL. -A.
Shephard and little grandson, 'Master
iHarris powers, in Chicago. -Mrs.
(Harris stopped en route home for a
day wit h'her sister-4n-law, ;Mrs. W.
K. McDonald in Jacksonville.
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.-Mr. and Mrs. 'Ndc Barco and (Miss
iMinnie 'Barco ,wero in the city Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, coming up from Crystal River

to attend the (funeral of Qlr. John
Juhan. They were met here 'by their
automobile and left that afternoon
for their home dn 'Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Tucker and
Miss Lofis Dame returned today from
a fortnight's stay at iXorth Lake
Weir. The friends of Mr. Tucker
will 'be pained to learn that he has
been quite sick during the past week.
He is somewhat improved now.

air. Leon Fishel left .Sunday morn-

E. T. Helvenstnn returned

night from New York, where he

has :been on a purchasing trip for his

dry goods store. Mrs. Helvenston and

children, who have spent the summer
at Caesar's Head, X. C, stopped off
to visit relatives in Greenville, S. C,
for a few days, after which they will
go over to Abbottsville, S. C, to visit
for a few weeks sbefore returning
home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Osborn, who
were married in this city Saturday
afternoon, have gone to their home
in 'Miami.
, Miss Onie Chazal left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for lAsheville, S. C, to resume
her studies at St. Genevieve College
for the winter.
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I Mrs. R. T. -Adams and little 'daugh 'daughter
ter 'daughter Dorothy are at home again after
a charming summer spent at (Frank

lin, N. C.

Mr. and Mrs. Mabry Sumner ;have

returned from a pleasant visit to
'Daytona Beach. They made the trip
'both ways in their efficient little

roadste.

Mr. J. D. Buky of the Star office

left yesterday for his home in Falat-

ka, in answer4o a 'letter announcin

the illness of his sister, (Miss Hattie

DC. Buky. ;

!Mrs. T. C. Luckie returned home

yesterday, after a month's most
pleasant visit with her mother, IMrs.
F. OS. Shepard, at Daytona.
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We regret to note the illness of
little 'Miss Violet Jones at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
Jones,, and wish her a speedy recov recovery..
ery.. recovery.. mm
(Mr. -Dekle, manager or the Marion
Grocery Company has returned from

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ing for New York, where he willia month's visit to 'his father, Mr. T.

select a ibig, up-to-d'ate fall and win winter
ter winter stock for the firm of tM. Fishel &
Son. He will join 'Mrs. Fishel and
the bahy, who have heen in the north
for the Hast three months, and after
a visit to relatives dn 'Maryland and
Pennsylvania, they will return to
Ocala next month.
tMrs. H. C. ,Tozier returned today
from a short visit, to Ir. and Mrs.
Bylvan (McElroy and family dn Or Or-ilando.
ilando. Or-ilando. IMrs. ODozier was accompanied
home ;by flier little daughter Cornelia,
wtho has been the guest of iher aunt
and uncle in that city for some
time.
Capt. and Mrs. Charles Howard
returned to their "cottage ;by the
sea" on Shell Island yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon after a short visit to the (for (former's
mer's (former's aunt, IMrs. Frances Hawse and
family in this city. This was (Mr.
and Mts. Howard's first visit to Ocala

since their marriage a few weeks ago
and their friends were delighted to
meet Mr. (Howard's charming wife.

H. IekIe in Whigham Ga. Mrs. De-

kle and the children will remain there!

for a month or six weeks -longer.

(Messrs. Jake Brown and Jim Pyles

returned xthis morning from a week

end visit to Salt Springs, where Mrs.

Brown with a (party of friends are

having a pleasant outing.

, il'
r Mr. and -Mrs. A. 'M. (Lansford are
exypected home tonight or tomorrow
from Charleston, where Mr. Lansford
went on Friday to meet his family,
who ihave ibeen spending the summer
at Biltmore and Franklin, 'N. C.
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Mr. and (Mrs. Edwin 'Henderson,
who were married a short time ago,
were in the city Saturday from

Lynne, accompanied by 5Mr. vHender-

These two features will impress you most
when you inspect our beautiful new line. Then
you will be surprised at the remarkable values
offered at reasonable prices, and the wide range
to select from. Our medium price line is very very-strong,
strong, very-strong, our high priced one is surpassing in
Elegance and Designs.

Our d.scrimination

yours begins.

has been busy before

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'Mr. Niel Ferguson joining tnem iot

the afternoon. The party returned
(home this morning on the 6 o'clock
train, much refreshed by their out

ing.

Cotton Plant.

airs. W. IB. Young has concluded a
week's visit to "Mrs. William 'Hocker
and family at Seabreeze and return returned
ed returned to her home in Jacksonville Fri Friday.
day. Friday. iMrs. Young Ss general director
of ithe General Federation of Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Clubs and is in attendance to today
day today at a meeting of the executive
beard, w'hich is 'being held at At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic City. She will visit 'her sister,

Mrs. Jarvis A. iRoot in Freeport, L.

I., Ibfefore returning to Flo-ida.

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air. E. C. Smith, Who has ibeen

spending a month with his daughter

and son-in-law, IMr. and IMrs. Claude

Gates at (Marathon on the Florida

East Coast extension, has returned

home. (Mr. and Mrs. Cates 'have now

moved to Miami, where they will re-

side. Mr. Smith says he lias never

enioved a vacation as much as he

did this one.

We are sorry to learn that Mr. and

Mrs. George F. Williams and child

ren of the second ward, will shortly

move to Tampa. They have relatives

in that city who are quite anxious to

(have them come there to reside. Mr.

WTilliams has resided in Ocala tor

more than twenty years and has

some valuable Troperty here. He

will rent his residence.
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Yesterday was indeed a red letter

day in the annals of Salt Springs

eleven cars going over in the early

morning from this city filled with

people to spend the day picnicking
and swimming. Among the number

of Ocalans at this popular resort yes

terday were Mr. and Mrs. John Gal Galloway
loway Galloway and family, Mr. and 'Mrs.
-Robert Flinn and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Sandlin, Mr. and Mrs. Andy
Winer and son, Mr. and Mrs. Jake
Brown, Mr. Jim Pyles, Mr. J. M.

Thomas, Mr. Ralph Robinson, Mr.
Bruce Meffert, Mr. Fred Meffert, Mr.
'Robert Tydings, Mr. Geise and Miss

A card was received yesterday
from Miss Emraa Washburn, who Is

;To HSenS of visiting frer hither .Mr. Pnjak
' .WfloTiKnm .i iiiinictn fTalnA. Stat-

Ing that while in 'Burlington,. Vt., a
few days 'before the thermometer
registered 22 degrees below freezing
point. These weather freaks seem
strange, compared with Florida
weaCher and make one wonder how
any fruit crops are ever grown 'n

One of the jolliest week-end par

ties of the season was that of Satur

day evening when (Misses (Ethel and

Mary Seymour, Ruth and Susie Er-

vin, Mary Lou iLuCkle, Mabel Bach-

wuc'.' i""Jwi"" I , li V.n.ryi

with CMessrs. Clarence Blalock, John I "" m m m

atts. "Ernest and Walter Colby,

TrVrHn rvTflvV VmrHr Will-

lam and .Leo RUea and Clyde Bale- me .P zy and spent Sunday
. with his 'brother and sister-in-law.

' 1 w wnr Mr. and Mrs. HFAJLman.

. .1 rrifle-nlfinftnt nioture aDoearea

cottages was at their disposaa ana i t,M

with fisMn?. swimming and .boating.ri'ue wij "- 1

V rm ,i a. ii Standard of Syracuse,' N. Y., Sept.
time passed off all too quickly for PWUU41"( nr
- . .. nth. of Mrs.D. E. Mclver and little

tne 'nappy, crowd, ssunaay tney were T rr n

reinforced by Mr. Laurie 'izlar 4nd fauffnxer er;-

I H- S r s ail I I I 1 I I I 1 i"l IT 11 I. Ill .111.

and Mrs. John S. Conway 01 tnax
city.

AIIssiraTrTjross win -leave eariy

tomorrow for Macon, Ga.f to Tesume

her school duties at Wesley an Col

lege, i

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Miss Sarah Agnew was in the city
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today, coming up irom ua.&e eir,
where she is enjoying a vacation

with her sister, Mrs. J. Carstens.

Mrs. Tom Thompson has returned

to her home in -Jackson ville, after a

THE

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Board and Rooms.
Rates Reasonable.
203 NORTH 3LIX ST.
PHONE 193

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FIRST CLASS. Meals and Berlh Included.
This Special Rate good on any of the Company's
Steamers "4
Angnst 22d to October 17th, inclusive.
Return Limit 10 Days.
Ships scheduled to saif irom Jacksonville every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p.m.

For reservations and further particulars apply to

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122 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.

Ocala,

Florida

NEW LOCATION.

I have moved my store from
South Main, street to the iBurnett
building on 'East Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, -where I shall he 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
hargains in Second Hand Bed
Room Sets, Oil Stoves and Rockers.

A. M. B0BB1TT,
14 FORT KING AVENUE

short visit in this city as the guest

of her husband's parents, Dr. and

airs. J. $1. Thompson.

'Miss Ixuise Booe returned to her

school duties at McIntosh this morn

ing after a -week-end spent with her
parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. B. H. Seymour

and family.

The families of 'Messrs. J. W. Akin
and C. G. Barnett, who -have 'been
making their home at Lake Weir for

the past few inontns, returned 10-day.

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Mrs. Charles Goddard returned
this afternoon from a visit to rela-
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tives in Tampa.

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Buffalo s

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Office supplies,
Murray Company.

all kinds, at The
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THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE'

ee! Crater ia co.vl.r-er in U prorticm-ricLer ia aU ppoiotmeal tK.a maj unr m
jnimnA water of the world. Ia aerncfl J on ISth.
MiHcent Steamers S EEAND B EE." "City oc ExW mixd "City of DuTfilo"
Daily BUFFALO and CLEVELAND May lt to Dec nt
LtmrHaSAo 9:00 P.M. Vtsrm Oertlsnd -
1 Arrrra ClerelMnd 7J0 A. 51. Airi BuCala - A. f
(EMtcrm Standard Time)
CooMCtiooa at derelaad foe INrt-ln-BaT. Toledo, Detroit and all pcta Vert and SootW.U
Ueketa readioc between B.Talo d OrtUd are pood for trmiportat o-o '"3f'
Ak TortIcLrt agent far ticket ria C & B. Lia. Tnw oa for hndmm UloatratM booUet frea.
THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO, CIt1c' O.

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

Judge.

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Men t.re like trees; sach one must
put forth the leaf that is created in
him.' Education is only like good cul culture;
ture; culture; it changes the size but cot tho
sort. H. W. Beecher.



THE OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1914
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Broadway and 14th Street.
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A Clean, Comfortable, Convenient
and Homelike Hotel on both
American and European. Plans.

SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES

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Some prefer Mutton, some prefer Hani,
iSome prefer' a nice Slice of Ham,
Some Boasts, Steaks, Chops, some some Fine Sausage Fried
But 'whatever your .choice,
V We're Satisfied
AND WE KNOW YOU'LL BE SATISFIED.
IF YOU CHOOSE OUR CHOICE MEATS

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$225 FOR IB SCHOOL MONTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
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SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA

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TAINTED OR PAPERED or auy INTERIOR
DECORATING done be sure to see us before
letting your work out. We use nothing but first
class material and hare had
OVER iM YEARS EXPERIENCE
We guarantee to give entire satisfaction.
S. J. Clupka & Walter Tagg
P. O. BOX 428 OCALA, FLA.
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if you make us your Tailors. We
will make you charmingly present presentable
able presentable In your outward appeanace.
As stylish Tailors we easily take the
lead in this vicinity. The best ma materials,
terials, materials, choicest patterns, sure fit,
stylish cut, and careful finishing
make the men who "wear our Suits
the envied among their fellows.
And they are generally first favor favored
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Hall Hotel
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STATION
FOR DCALA
Bitilroad Commission will le in
Ocala, Tucsxlay, Octoler 13, to
Decide the Matter
In the Matter of the Union Passen Passenger
ger Passenger Depot at Ocala. The Railroad
Commissioners of the State of
Florida to the "A. C. L. Railroad
Co., the S. A. L, Railroad Co., the
O. X. Railroad Co. and the O. &
S. W. Itailroad Co.:
Take notice that the railroad com commissioners
missioners commissioners of the state of Florida
have been petitioned to, make an
order requiring the erection of a
joint passenger station or union de depot
pot depot at Ocala, Fla., a station on' your
respective lines of railroad in this
state.
Take notice also that the railroad
commissioners of the state, df Florida
will ibe in session at the court house
in the.city of Ocala, Fla., on the 13th
day of October, .1914, at 10 o'elock
in the morning, then and there to
consider the said matter and to con con-sider
sider con-sider and determine whether or not
I they ought to require you, or any
two or more of you to join in the
erection of a joint passenger station
or union depot, and to consider and
determine, the site, dimensions and
arrangements of such joint (passen (passenger
ger (passenger station or union depot and with
what conveniences and facilities the
same ought to be equipped, and to
consider and determine the location
lot the same and also to consider and
determine such other matters as
may arise in the premises.
. And at the said time and place you
and each of you 'will have an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to ibe fully heard.
Witness the hand of the chairman I
of the said railroad commissioners
affixed in open session and 'by their
order, at Tallahassee, the capital,
this l'2th day of September, A. D.
1914. i fR. 'Hudson Burr," Chmn.
BOOXEV RETURNS
Secretary J. D. .Rooney of the Ma Marion
rion Marion County Board of Trade, return returned
ed returned yesterday afternoon from Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, .where he was all week, as
busy as he could he with the affairs
of the Florida Vegetable .Marketing
Bureau, which this, 'board of trade
conceived and carried out' and of
which Mr. iRooney is chairman. Tr.
Weaver of Oak, chairman of the
committee on finance, and Mr. L. S.
Light, of .Reddick, a mem'ber of the
committee, have also Teturned from
the Jacksonville meeting.
Mr. Rooney immediately got husy
getting up stationery and will get
the bureau into working shape in a
very few days. Ocala will be the
headquarters for the present at least
of this organization, 'which is des destined
tined destined to 'be the greatest thing for the
vegetable grower of : the state that
has ever 'been inaugurated.
SILVER iMEDAli CONTEST
Owing to the illness of the musi musical
cal musical director, there will foe no medal
contest this 'week.
A LETTER FROM IOS ANGELES
Dos Angeles, pal., August lil lil-Florida
Florida lil-Florida Title & Abstract Corporation,
Ocala, Florida. v
Gentlemen: Please enclosed find
the postal money order for $12.50,
Covering your, offering to make an
abstract of title to my land.
I nave many thanks to you kindly
advised me so earnestly to open my
ignorance about real estate and law,
and I ibeg your pardon I did not any
answer to you so long.
At first, I have promised to buy
the said land from "Florida -National
Land Company without seeing, but
trusted that company only. Then
a;bout three years after constructed,
1 have visited (Florida and inspected
my location which was a kind of
hammoch land growing great many
heavy shushes and in which I found
a swamp about twenty acres an nrty
acres. Oh, it was a beautiful sight
as a park of natural garden, out it
was very hard luck to develope for
the farm land which seemed to me
that requested many hundred dollars
to clear it up. So after traveled
several -places in Florida, I came
hack to California with both feelings
of disappointment and hope and
made up my mind to keep that land
without touching for several years.
Now I am wishing to change my
name to my friend's name as owner
of my land, therefore I should like
to he informed of the formalities
about it.
With many thanks for your trou trouble
ble trouble in this affair, I am,
Very- truly yours,
John K. Kumagawn.
OPEN Dai AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches

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THE STAB SPAXGLKD
BANNER CELEBB.1TIOX

The Epworth League will celebrate
the one hundredth anniversary of
the -writing of our national hymn,
tomorrow evening at the home of
Mr. and 'Mrs. T. ?M. Moore, on Fort
Kin gavenue, at 7:30 o'clock, by the
rendering of the following program:
"The White and Gold" league
song, to air, "Red, White and Blue."
Accompanist, Miss Mabel Bachelder.
Scripture Tead'ng, Ps. 21: 27-2 S.
Special prayer? for our nation, Dr.
J. (M. Gross.
Vocal solo, "Slar Spangled Ban Banner"
ner" Banner" Miss -Gladys Martin.
The Star Spangled Banner, cele celebration
bration celebration Carol Fraser.
Orchestra.
iReading, lMiss Isabelle Burton.
History of our National Hymn :
Leo Bilea.
Piano and violin duet by JMiss
Bertie Smith and Ned Smith.
Selection, "Practical Patriotism"
"Miss (Martha Kate dtentz.
Instrumental selection, Carleton
lErvin.
(Frances Scott Key 'Miss Florence
Deitnef.
Voval duet, "The Old Red, W'hite
and Blue" 'Misses INan Brooks and
Susie iBrvln.
Reading, Miss Isabelle 'Burton.'
Orchestra.
Selection, "Daniel .Emmett and
Dixie" -Clifford Peabody.
(Piano selection, (patriotic) Miss
(Marie Burnett.
What Real Patriotism Is L. X.
Green.
League announcements and (bene (benediction.
diction. (benediction. This celebration has just been
observed in Baltimore with great tri tribute
bute tribute to Frances Scott Key. Yester Yesterday
day Yesterday was peace Sunday, an appro appropriate
priate appropriate season for prayer for our dis disinterested
interested disinterested nation. The .program for
the occasion has been carefully ar arranged
ranged arranged 'by the 'Ep worth League. The
orchestra i3 composed of Misses
Gladys Martin and 'Bertie Smith,
iMessrs. TenEyck and Ned Smith.
;Miss Burton of Sparr, who is a re recent
cent recent graduate from a Boston school
of elocution, will give two numbers.
Come and bring your friends.
ICE CRE.VM SUPPER
IN NORTH OCALA
There .will be an ice cream supper
in North Ocala Thursday night, Sept.
17th, when ice cream and cake will
be served to all who apply. The
cream twill be served out under the
trees df the night is fine. Come and
help us raise money for the new
union church.
RECENT EXAMINATION
OF COUNTY TEACHERS
The recent state uniform exami examination
nation examination for teachers was -held in Ocala
for the whites at the old Ocala high
school building under the imme immediate
diate immediate supervision of Miss Nellie Stev Stevens,
ens, Stevens, and for the colored at Howard
Academy, under the supervision of
QI;r. iB. R. Blitch, member of the
county school 'board, assisted hy J. T.
IMcOall, principal of Howard Acad Academy.
emy. Academy. The entire management twos under
the general management of Superin Superintendent
tendent Superintendent J. ;H. Brinson.
There -were seventeen white appli applicants
cants applicants In all and of these ten applied
for first grade certificates and three
were awarded. There were seven
second grade and five third grade
certificates granted'and two failed to
make the required grades for certi certificates.
ficates. certificates. Of the colored applicants,
twenty-two began the work, one was
dismissed for attempting: to use a
book for reference during the ex examination,
amination, examination, one quit the work (before
finishing and twenty finished. Of
these two .will receive third grade
certificates, and the other eighteen
failed to reach the required percent percentage.
age. percentage.
' The applicant making the highest
marks on the examination was !Miss
Olive Jones of Oak, who is nineteen,
years of age. Of the thirteen sub sub-jests
jests sub-jests for examination her minimum
was SO, she had two of 100 and
made an average of 93 3-13., She is
surely worthy of the 'warmest con
gratulations.
The grading committee consisted
of Prof. W. H. Cassells, principal of
the Ocala high school, !Mrs. H. S.
Wesson and Miss Eugenia Fuller,
teachers in the grammar school of
Ocala, Prof. A. C. Maddox, principal
of the Anthony school and Prof. A.
B. Connor. DrinciDal of the Belleview
school.
They were closeted in the private
office of the superintendent and in
all their work .did not know whose
papers they were grading until the
entire work was finished and the
superintendent presented the names
of the applicants to correspond with
the numbers on the papers that were
graded. The papers are kept at the
office of the superintendent under
the law for one year, where they are
convenient of access to an applicant
who may desire to inspect his papers
after they are graded.

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We will open, up a new drug store in the Wallls build building
ing building on South Main street, and shall make every endeavor to
please everyone -who may favor us with their patronage.
While we make a specialty of PROMPT and ACCURATE
PRESCRIPTION .work, we also carry a full line of Toilet
Articles, Stationery, Patent Medicines and Standard Prepara Preparations.
tions. Preparations. We want to call special attention to our line of
Fresh GARDEN and FIELD SEEDS, which we sell under a
Guarantee that they are absolutely fresh, new tloek.
Give ns a trial when need of anything in our line.
OUR IOTTO: FRESH GOODS AIjWAYS.
mitt Iks Si immm,
Druggists and Seedsmen,
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Already we are receiving calls for trained men
and women. A good position awaits you. Don't de delay
lay delay any longer.

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Commercial Banlc Building
OCALA, FLORIDA

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who owns the dweUing -the business property that stands
In your name?
of course you think that you do; but are you right?
the question Is worth considering, It Involves the origin and
the development of individual ownership In land.
In the beginnlg of civilization no man owned any definite part
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plentl-
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OUR SKETCH
Suggests an Appropriate 3 lotto for
your Dining Room.
GOOD GROCERIES
Are our Hobby. We buy and sell
only this kind, for we know that our
patrons want them. f
Smith Grocery, Co.
Phone 434

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Himself on His Appearance

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is a necessity. To supply that ne-
cessity is Our Business

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3Iain Street
OCALA, FLORIDA
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Odds Not Bad,
Arc They?
Would you not take a hacie
of five to one? Especially where
you got FULL VALUE for every
DOLLAR spent, then a chance of
five to one to win a hundred dol dollars?
lars? dollars? Well, that is just what I am
Offering.
FIVE CHOICE LOTS $100
EACH.
And a big Bargain at the Price
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Marion Heights
$100 EACH; $10 Down and $10
A MONTH.
Each without interest.
There Is a sixth Lot, who gets it?
One of you ,fivo do. When the
five are sold the purchasers will
draw for the sixth $100 Lot
One of you five will get it FREE.
TALK TO ME QUICK, for they
will not last a week.

JAM

NGESSE

PHONE 491, OR 37.
Ocala, Florida

LONG BASEBALL GAMES.

E. C. SMITH, Mgr.
Funeral Directors

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a 4 to 1 Score.
The longest major league game was
played on Sept- 1. 190G. between the
Boston and Philadelphia American
league clubs in Boston, when the Atb
letics won by a score of 4 to 1 in twenty-four
innings. Jack Coombs, then a
recruit from Colby college, and "Jum "Jumbo'
bo' "Jumbo' Harris, a young pitcher from the
New England league, were the respec respective
tive respective boxmen used by the Philadelphia
and Boston teams. The game lasted
four hours and forty-seven minutes.
The previous longest games in the
National league were played at Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati on June 30. 1892. and at Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia on Aug. 24. 1005. Both ran twen twenty
ty twenty innings. The game at Cincinnati
was between the Reds and Cubs and
resulted in a tie score of 7 to 7. At Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia the Cubs defeated the Quakers
by a score of 2 to I.
On May 31. 1900. the longest profes professional
sional professional game on record was played be between
tween between the Bloomlngton and Decatur
teams of the Illinois-Iowa-Indiana
league, Decatur winning in the twenty twenty-sixth
sixth twenty-sixth Inning by a score of 2 to L Far Fargo
go Fargo and Grand Forks engaged in a con contest
test contest which lasted twenty-five innings
at Devils Lake, N. D.. in 1805. Later
Hartford and New Haven, in the East Eastern
ern Eastern association, played twenty-three
innings, the former winning 2 to 1.
Geist, for the winning team, and Jan Jan-sen,
sen, Jan-sen, for New Haven, pitched the en entire
tire entire contest.
Amateurs are credited with playing

the longest gamethe East End All All-Stars
Stars All-Stars and the Brooklyn Athletic club
teams of Cleveland contesting for thir thirty
ty thirty innings on July 4. 1907. the latter
winning 4 to 1. Ed A. Goewey in Les Leslie's.
lie's. Leslie's. THE WORLD'S GREAT BANKS.

LEGEND OF THE TEAPOT.
Origin of the Beverage as the Tale la
ToJd In China.
The Chines claim to be the first
users of tea as a drink, and bow it
originated is told iu a pretty little

filONTEAGLE

SUMMER RESORT

If yoa wish to go away tor the

summer please correspond with Mrs.

E. V. Williams, who conducts the

Cumberland House at Monteagle,
Tenn. Rates, $7 to $10 per week.

legend that dates from 2.000 years be before
fore before the coming of Christ.
A daughter of a then reigning sov sovereign
ereign sovereign fell in love with a young noble nobleman
man nobleman whose bumble birth excluded him

from marrying her. They Managed to Two months Chautauqua, from July

exchange glances, and he occasionally 1st to August 31st, which is a fine

gathered a few blossoms and had them entertainment. Monteagle Is on the

conveyed to ner. top of tlie Cumberland mountain,
One day In the palace garden the Qver 2 000 feet above sea level The
sweethearts met, and the young man . . .r,,
, . finest mineral water, most elegant
onnpavnrpn to inve ner n fpw flowers.

i i. -roc ; I scenery east of the Rockies. For

her attendants that all she could grasp health, pleasure, rest and beauty,
was a little twig with green leaves. there is no place like Monteagle in
On reaching her room she put the the South. Write at once to Mrs.

twig in water, and toward evening she
drank the water in which the twig
had been kept. So agreeable was the

taste that she even ate the leaves and

stalks. Every day afterward she had
bunches of the tea tree brought to her.

which she treated in the same way.

Imitation being the sincerest form

of flattery, the ladles of the court tried
the experiment and with such pleasing

results that the custom spread through
out the kingdom and the great Chi

nese tea industry became one of the

greatest businesses in the world. Lon

don Tit-Bits.

E. W. Williams, Proprietress, the

Cumberland HjuFe, Monteagle, Ten

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CHAUTAUQUA 3IUSIC CONTESTS

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Mdver & MacSay
Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EfilBALMERS
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
T. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All AVork Done by licensed Era Era-balmers
balmers Era-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES
D. E. McIVER "..,. ... .104
C. V. ROBERTS. . .305
Undertaking Office. ...... . . 47

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Only Sixty-one Have Deposits Over a
Hundred Million Dollars.

For years the mere name of the
Bank of England has been a synonym

for financial strength and greatness.

In a list of the great banks of the
world the Bank of England Is sixth.

There are three banks in England with

a greater line of deposits. The greater

banks are London City and Midland.
Lloyd's bank and London County and
Westminster. London City and Lloyd's
each has deposits above $500,000,000.
The London County has deposits of

$440,000,000. The great Bank of Eng

land has a little more than $350,000. $350,000.-000.
000. $350,000.-000. The leading bank of the world, from
the standpoint of deposits. Is the Im Imperial
perial Imperial Bank of Russia, with deposits
and current accounts aggregating $030. $030.-000.000,
000.000, $030.-000.000, a sum big enough to stagger
the mind.
The National Bank of Argentine and
the National City bank of New York
are sixteen and seventeen in rank, with
deposits close to $230,000,000 each. The

Bank of Spain is greater than the Bank

of France, much greater in deposits.
But Spain cuts no figure in the finances
of the world. That is hard to explain.
In this world list there are only sixty sixty-one
one sixty-one banks mentioned with deposits in
excess of $100,000,000. In this list the
United States has eight banks, a good
showing, as none of them depends on
the deposits of the United States to
help it out. Cincinnati Commercial-Tribune.

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 nxt March,
which 'bid3 fair to be one of much in-
. .a L 9m.. 1 1

State of Ohio. City of Toledo, terest xo uns conrmunny, as weu as

Lncus County. ss. the sourrounding counties, namely,

Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ( tho musical contest

ne is senior partner oi xne nrm oi The contes'- n confined to the

j. uneney & uo., aoing usmess in
the city of Toledo, county and state Piano tms year.

aforesaid, and that said firm will
pay the sum of ONE iHUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case
of catarrh that canot 'foe cured by
the use of 'HALL'S CATAIRRH

CURE. Frank J. Cheney.

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

Sworn to foefore me and 'subscrib- recognized that beyond all doubt a

ed in my presence, this 6th day of taste and love for high class music

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

Ai W. Gleason, Notary Public.

Hall's Catarrh. Cure is taken inter

nally 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 a.11 druggists, 75 cents.

Take Hall's Family Pills for con

stipation, adv

Alsatian Potash Salts.
Kali, or potash salt3, in natural de deposits,
posits, deposits, was discovered in Alsace in
1904. when deep boxings were being
made in the hope of striking oil. In
1909 the first kali mining shaft was

completed In this district, and the

following year 37,000 tons of kali salts

were extracted. Since then other

mims have been developed and the
wcrk has grown rapidly. Twelve

mines are now in op nian in this dis

trict.
CHAMBERLAIN'S LINIMENT

If you are ever troubled with

aches, pains or soreness of the mus

cles, you will appreciate the good

takes an active part in the mould moulding
ing moulding of men and women of real worth.

Who hath no music in his soul shr

Realizing these (facts, Dr. George

Selden Waldo, director of the Chau

tauqua circuit of Florida, of which

this city Is a member, has inaugurat

ed this musical contest at each of
the chautauquas tinder his manage

ment.

Each city will conduct its own in

dividual contest. Judges will be se

lected from among the local well
known musicians and probably one

from among the celebrated music musicians
ians musicians who will appear on the pro

gram.

To the winner of the contest at

each Chautauqua Dr. Waldo will pre

sent a handsome gold medal.

Absolutely no partiality will be

shown in the competition for the

medal. The successful contestant
will win it simply and solely on his

or her merit. It therefore, behooves

each prospective contestant to put in

Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West.

Post Box 318.. Local or
Long Distance .Phone, 233

MOOSE'S MAI

ORDER MOUSE

'Johnny's Place 99
I AM now in business for myself. Conducting a High Class re retail
tail retail bar and Mail Order House. I can give you the best there
is, and as much as any one else in business for your money. Seven Seventeen
teen Seventeen years In the business has taught me what the public wants,
and I am supplying that want.

JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PRICES

Good Old 65 Proof Rye,

Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal

lons or more,
at per gallon.

$1.50

Good Old 80 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal gallons
lons gallons or more. rH r(
at per gallon.. u)UU

Good Old 70 Proof Rye,

CornOr Gin, in lots of 2 gal

lons or more,
at per gallon.

$1.75

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

I 1 In Glass Jngs, Packed in two One Gallon

Jngs

if

you prefer

Make my place' your headquarters while in the city. You will be
welcome and be treated rlgnt 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

dJOMM To MOIDME,

OCALA, FLORIDA

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qualities of Chamberlain's Liniment. an acuve wmxer s siiiuy, esyrcmuy

Many sufferers from rheumatism upon the piece to be played in the

and sciatica have used It with the chantauaua contest.

best results. It is especially valu

able for lumbago and lame back.

For sale by all dealers. Adv

Merchants & Miners Trass. Co.
STEAMSHIP LINES
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NEW YORK
BALTIMORE
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
New Steamers. Low Fares. Bes.
oervice. Wireless telegraph on ah
steamers. Through fares and ticket
to all Northern and Western points
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent. Com'l Agt
City Ticket OfPce, 25 Hogan Street
Jacksonville, Fla.

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

In Doubt.
The Blanks' maid of all work was a
practical young woman of about twenty-seven
years. One day when her mis mistress
tress mistress was making some plans for the
future the matter of fact Serelda said:
"1 don't know, ma'am. It might be
that I won't be with you much longer,
an then mebbe I wilL I ain't sure
yet"
Knowing that a young man had call

ed a good many times to see Serelda.
her mistress said:
"Are yog thinking of getting mar married,
ried, married, Serelda?"
Without the least show of embar embarrassment
rassment embarrassment or enthusiasm Serelda said:
"Well, yes. to tell the truth, 1 am.
Then again I don't know If I wilL I've
got a good place here with good pay,
and he's such a fool, mebbe I'll stay
on with you!" New York Post.

Complimentary.
Gebhard von Blucher. the famous
Prussian general tield marshal, had as
surgeon major of his army a man who
was very homely, but extremely proud
and vain.
One day. says Novellen Schatz,
Blucher entered the surgeon's tent and
found him standing before a looking
glass, arranging his toilet and admir admiring
ing admiring himself generally. "Doctor," said
Blucher, laughing. "I suppose that you
are the luckiest man in the world."
"How's that, sir, may I ask?"
"Why. here you are quite in love
with yourself, and you haven't a single
rival!"

New Shell Bursts In Air.

A French army man ha3 invented

a sheil which, hen fired from a 75 75-caliber
caliber 75-caliber cannon, will explode in the air
instead of having to come .in contact

with something before bursting. The

Invention was devised by Command Commandant
ant Commandant Malandin of the general staff cf
Paris. It is said that the new shell
increases the range of effectiveness

in aiming at the enemy's fortress or
in the field of battle. French artillery

authorities state that the new inven invention
tion invention practically doubles the value of
the 75-naliber cannon. The missile
will undoubtedly be standardized and
used bw all of the French amy men.

Tlltii: AIaU DEMAND IT

A Blanket Injunction.
"Say. you're a lawyer. Can you tell
me how to j:et out a blanket injunc injunction
tion injunction T
"A blanket injunction?"
"Yes. My wife wiir insist on buying
cheap ones at bargain sales." Balti-,
more American..

An Eye Opener.

L. ALEXAW

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.

"Eight o'clock." exclaimed a guest at
a hotel, yawning, "and I'm so sleepy 1
can scarcely open my eyes!"
"Shall 1 bring your bill, sir?" Inquir Inquired
ed Inquired a waiter.

Then She Might Heip.
Madge Would you marry a spend spendthrift,
thrift, spendthrift, my dear? Marjorie It wouldn't
be so bad if he were just starting out
on his career. London Telegraph.

Ocala, Like Every Ctiy and Town in
the Union, Receives It.
. People with kidney ills want to
be cured. When one suffers the tor tortures
tures tortures of an aching back, relief is
eagerly sought for. There are many
remedies today that relieve, but do
not cure. Doan's Kidney Pills have
brought lasting results to thousands.
Here is some Ocala evidence of their
merit.
Mrs. A. E. Holly, 113 S. Second
St., Ocala, says: "About three years
ago I was having a great deal of
trouble with my kidneys, The kid kidney
ney kidney secretions were scanty and pain painful
ful painful in passage. My back was sore
and lame and every .time I stooped, a
catch took me across my lions. My
feet and ankles were swollen and the
flesh underneath my eyes was puffed
up. I tried several kidney medicines
and even took a doctor's prescription,
but nothing did me any good until I
started taking Doan's Kidney Pills.
I improved from the first and was
soon cured."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
pimply ask for a klndey remedy get
Dnan's Kindey Pills 4he satne that
Mrs. Holly had. Foster-Mllburn
Co.. Proprietors, Buffalo. N. Y. 2.

Life Is the art of drawing sufficient
conclusions from insufficient premises.

J. E. FRAMPTON
PIANO TUNER

Located In Ocala. ITlaL, Expert wora
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
distributor
TNT. "W. Kimball Co., Ocala.

DIARKIIOEA QUICKLY CTJTtED

"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 111 with summer complaint.
One dose of this remedy checked the
trouble," writes 'Mrs. C. W. Florence,
RockSeld, Ind. For sale by all dea1 dea1-ers.
ers. dea1-ers. Adv

Fright to Be Guarded Against.
Perhaps it seems incomprehensiblo
to you," says Dr. Stoddard Goodhue,
in the Cosmopolitan Magazine, "that
a fright experienced by your child at
the age of two or three years can be
Instrumental in determining the com complexion
plexion complexion of mind of .that child after it
has come to the adult age can, for
sxample, give It lifelong Inherent tim timidity,
idity, timidity, that 'Stiil dominate it under
givn conditions, but such U the
caae."

The Management ol DR. iMcCLAN
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray o., and Troxler's stands.
Larger quarter, more fnlly eqnippeJ und will b ru.
sn'ictly etliicai lice.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333

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Marion County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 1882.":
GRAHAM BROTHERS. Lessees,
OCATjA FIiA.
Frst conspiration ana especl.1 nttentmn given t. "cQaJi tmrta.

Conditions of entrance into the
contest will 'be as follows:
Any white hoy or girl of eighteen
years or Tinder, residing in the state
of Florida.
Contestants must have at no time

tausrht niano or heen emmoyea as a h

paid pianist.
Piece must ibe memorized.
Piece must he by recognized com composer
poser composer of high- grade music.
No "ragtime" permitted.
No piece shall take over ten min minutes
utes minutes for its rendition.
The piece must be fourth grade or

higlier.
Contestants will 'be marked,
among other things, on the follow following:
ing: following: Position, memory, expression, and
execution.
All would-be contestants should
send their names at once to .Mr. J. D.
Rooney of the local Chautauqua com committee,
mittee, committee, and he in turn will Tefer the
the name to the chairman of the
piano contest committee.
In addition to the above contest,
there will be another one in decla declamation,
mation, declamation, In .which Dr. Waldo will
also award a gold medal to the "win "winner.
ner. "winner. Details of the declamation con contest
test contest will be given later.

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Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling

FMOME 298

Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Uaggago Service
the Kest.

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We Sell
m:AVi:it hoard
Superior to Plaster
or CeilJig in
Quality or Price
INVESIGATC

COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

The "ars have caused prices to
soar upward everywhere except at
Carter's Bakery, where you get the
BIG LOAF of bread for 5 cents just
as you did before the wars be begun.
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ITALY'S PROBABLE STAND

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AS BEEN A MOMENTOUS SUCCESS from the Opening Day, and
has Positively Eclipsed any sale that has ever taken place in the
entire state of Florida. The reason is very plain. We have given
the most exceptional values ever offered and have more than fulfill fulfilled
ed fulfilled our advertisements. This great Retiring From Business Sale is

the only Genuine Money-Saving Event in Ocala. To convince yourself of

the above fact, look and every line of merchandise m Ocala and surround surrounding
ing surrounding country. Then come here and carefully look over the Jake Klein stock
and convince yourself that everything we advertise is true. We tell you
that there never was anything the history of Ocala. We
must dispose of this entire $20,000 stock of highest quality of Clothing for
Men, Women and Children in just 7 more days No attention has been
paid to former values or prices, but the entire stock has been marked to sell
at prices that defy competition and positively being sold at less than one
half of former prices.

LADIES FURNISHINGS
iLadies' iHand Embroidered Hand Hand-kerchiefs,
kerchiefs, Hand-kerchiefs, iWhite Linon, regular
10c value, "Retiring Sale
price..................
Ladies' Hose, iblack or .tan, 15c A
value, Retiring iSale !irioe TT C
'JLadies Black Satin Belts and White
Wash Belts, also a few Leather,
all 25c values. "Retiring iSale J
price C
Ladies' Hose Supporters, 25c Q
value, (Retiring Sale price. 2 C
Ladies' Lisle Thread Hose, double
heel and toe, regular 25c
value, 'Retiring Sale "price JL JL C

tVll Silk (Hose, while" they last; our

35c value, only a small
-nuinaber of them. Price

19c

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

we 'intended to sell 'for

29c

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

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

39 c

18 c

BOYS PANTS
Here! Mothers, don't imiss this. A
pair of all wool (boys' pants, 5 0c

values, as long as they
aast, sale-price. . ... .

IBoys' Scotch Wool and (English Wor Worsteds
steds Worsteds and iSerges, all our 75c val values,
ues, values, 'Retiring iSale -. q
price. .......... r'' OOC
TABLE LINEN
'3sTow is the time to buy Table Linen.
!A 60-inch iwidth of linen damask,
(handsomely designed, regular,.60c
value, tRetiring Sale Of -r
.- .price.-..'. ...... . fffC
All $1 values and designs that (have
never been'shown before. A o
(Retiring iSale price. . ... OC
CHILDREN'S HOSE
Hose, the same 10c values, Re-
. tiring Sale price ..... .,. . 0 C
iHose, 15 c value. 1Reltiring Sale Q
price ....... i ....... c C
Hose, the same, 20c value, -fl
Retiring tSale price. . JL 1 C
JAPANESE ART SQUARES
9x12, flowers or other designs, green

or red, with fancy
' borders, sale price.

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$1.69

A Sale of Remnants
Beginning Tuesday morning Sept. 15th.
SPECIALS ALL WEEK
'For the benefit of those ;who could not get their s'hare of
the specials the opening day, we liave a new supply of ging ginghams,
hams, ginghams, calicoes and domestics, of which .we are going to sell
at the prices quoted 'below:

SPECIAL MINUTE SALE

We

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43 c
23c
10c
37c
41c

Will Take Place Each Day at Various Times of this Sale.

Between 9:30 and 10 o'clock -we will sell 10 yards of
10c. Bleaching (only ten yards to a customer) for.,
Between 10 and 10:30 o'clock we will sell 10 yaTds
Test Dress and Apron Gingham fori ...
Between the 'hours ofll and 11:30 we twill sell Simp Simpson's
son's Simpson's and American Print Calico, 10 yards 'for. ....
Between the hours of 1 and 1:30 -we -will put on sale
five spools of thread, Coats and others, 5 ifor.. .....
Betwen the hours of 2 and 2:30, Sheeting, 36 inches
wide, actual 9c. quality, 10 yards for. ..........
Between the hours of 3 and 3 : 3 0 iwe .will sell Amoskeag
Flannel, our regular 10c value, 10 yards for

Free! Free! Tsies. Sept 15tlu
$10O WORTH OF iIERCHANDISE GIEVX AWAY ABSO-
IiUTELY FREE
iWe will have $100 worth of "merchandise put into "packages.
These .packages will foe given away Tuesday, Sept. l'oth, to
each 'person Whose purchase amounts to $1.00 or over you
"get your choice of packages IFRIEE.
Free Wetitoesclay Free
To every purchaser of $3.00 or more we will give away,
absolutely ifree, a ibox of Toilet Articles, which xetails for
$1.75. This box contains the foQIowins items:

One Box of tBmpress Face Powder.
One (Box of 'Empress Peroxide Fade
One Bottle of Cucumber Cream .u ..... .
One Cake of 'Empress Toilet Soap.

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tDont fail to. participate in these 'handsome presents.

79c

LADIES' SHOES
Vvre have a full assortment of shoe3
and low cuts that cannot be beat

and 'have always sold for $2.00.

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

Indies Black ,'Enamel or iRussian
Calf and Vid Kid, "'ibest known
brands, $2.50 value,. 5 1 Q
Retiring Sale price. . p JL Jl
IiADIES WHITE GOODS
Corset Covers, either Jace or em

broidered, silk ribbon, latest style,

35c. value, 'Retiring Sale
price.

Drawers, umibrella flounce and" latest

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

Gowns with needlework and latest
embroidery, a 75c value, 07
(Retiring Sale price. . 3 C
Here we 'have a beautiful embroider embroidered
ed embroidered petticoat, double flounce, $1.00
value, to go in the Retir- OA
dng Sale at. . 3iG
Ladle's Chemise, with embroidery,
full size and width, as long as
they Qast. (They have always sold

for 50 cents. iRetiring Sale

price. ................

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18c

21c

TOWEIiS

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Given Away FREE I

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17c

Good Face Towels. Retir-
ing Saie Price. ...

Large iBleached Face Towels, such as

have always sold for 15c. j
Retiring Sale Price. . ... C
Turkish Towels, -bleached and tm tm-ibleached,
ibleached, tm-ibleached, regular 15c vol- o
ne. Retiring Sale Price. OC
Here we shout the loudest-all our

3oc. Linen Towels, full size and red

or 'blue 'borders. During
Sale for.. .'. . .

BEDSPREADS AND BJiAXKETS
Full Bleached Marseilles patterns,
extra large, hemmed, ready for

use, $l value. Retiring
sale price. .

SHEET1XG TlY THE YARD
10-4 unbleached sheeting, our regu regular
lar regular 40c quality. Retiring ai
Sale price. 1 C
10-4 "bleached sheeting, our iregular
45c quality. Retiring Sale QQ
price. 3C
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Your choice of any 75c Overall dur during
ing during this public sale. Retir- on
ing Sale price 3C

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This sale is positively a monster massacre of modern high quality .of
wearing apparel for men, women and children, this is a bonafied retiring
from business sale by reputable business man, who values his good name
more than any amount of money. The entire stock must be sold in 7 days
and values and prices are not being considered, as we must move the en entire
tire entire stock in that time. So don't delay, but come at once and get your
share of these marvelous bargains, as this opportunity may never again
present itself to you.

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' ORIGIN OF THE CURFEW.
The Covtr Fire Bell Was Rung Way
Back In King Alfred's Time.
What is the curfew? Its etymology
carries its history with lt The word
comes from the French courre-feu
(cover fire), a bell tolled at evening as
a signal to the inhabitants to cover
fires, extinguish lights and retire to
rest. It is erroneously said to have
been instituted in England by Wil William
liam William the Conqueror as an arbitrary
bit ot tyranny, and the nursery his historian
torian historian has waxed sentimental over the
wrongs of the conquered Saxon, and
conjured op pictures that must be

oalm to the downtrodden Celt. Even

Thomson tells us:
The shivering wretches at the curfew
sound
Dejected sunk Into their sordjd beds.
But the couvre-feu was known be before
fore before William's time, both In England
and on the continent He did. Indeed,
issue an edict on the subject, and al although
though although this edict may Incidentally
have helped to put down the Saxon
beer clubs, which were hotbeds of
political conspiracies, its primary aim
was as a precaution against fire. That
danger was an ever present one in
those .days of chimney less wooden
houses.
The ancient city ordinances of Lon London
don London abound In stringent fire regula regulations.
tions. regulations. None of them, however, was
more effective than the cover fire"
bell, which as far back as the time
of King Alfred was rung in certain
places in England. William's edict
rendered compulsory an ancient cus
torn. But it was a wise legislative
act and not a bit of arbitrary tyranny.
We find plenty of early traces of the
custom or its equivalent, as. for in instance,
stance, instance, the blowing of a horn at the
market place in continental Europe.

WORLDS OF THE UNIVERSE.

All Might Be Annihilated and Not Af Affect
fect Affect the Solar Systems.
1 am asked, "Are distant stars which
shine by their own light visible only,
or are worlds like our earth visible by
reflected light?"
Go out to Neptune, our own last lo local
cal local world In our modest solar system;
turn around, look back this way; then
you roust have a large telescope to see
the earth. Only the sun of all bodies
in our solar system is visible from
space deeps. And it looks like the
point of the finest sewing needle from
stellar distances.
Thus from space depths only suns at
terrific heat are visible In any tele telescope,
scope, telescope, even the largest that can be
made. Then all worlds are Invisible
and unknown. The earth and man
are both totally unknown to people on
worlds revolving around any of the
hundreds of millions of other suns, if
there are such worlds and inhabitants.
Imagine that there are 1,000.000.000
suns, each surrounded by eight worlds
like those revolving now around our
sun. Then if an accident suddenly an annihilated
nihilated annihilated the 8,000,000,000 worlds, peo people
ple people and all, the accident could not
even be noticed. The suns would all
move on with velocities In between
four and eigbty miles per second pre precisely
cisely precisely as if there had been no accident accident-Thus
Thus accident-Thus if there are Intelligences in the
depths of the sidereal universe they
have not heard of man cor his infini infinitesimal
tesimal infinitesimal world the earth. Edgar Lu Lu-den
den Lu-den Lark in in New York American

A Ten Years Penance.
It is happily seldom that the revenge
of a disappointed husband takes quite
such ah extreme form as in the case of
the man whose will ran thus: "When
1 remember that the only happy times
1 ever enjoyedj" were when my wife
sulked with me, and when 1 remem remember
ber remember that my married life might, for
this reason, be considered to have been
a fairly happy one because she was
nearly always sulking, 1 am constrain constrained
ed constrained to forget the repulsion the contem contemplation
plation contemplation of her face Inspired me with
and leave her the sum of 00,000 on
condition that she undertakes to pass
two hours a day at my graveside for
the ten years following my decease, in
company with her sister, whom I have
reason to know she loathes worse than
she does myself. London Tit-Bits.

Easy Dusting.
Mrs. Florin had a new maid, and one
morning as she entered the library she
was somewhat surprised to find the
girl seated in one of the chairs with
ner hands folded.
"Wbatr cried the mistress. -Here
you are sitting down! Why, you were
sent In here to dust the room!
"Yes. ma'am," was the girl's reply,
Mbut I've lost the duster, and so 1 am
sitting on each of the chairs in turn.
llarper's Magazine.

Victimized by Changing Times.
"Now, then. Cousin Emma, let me
givt you a bit off the breast.
Yes, please. 1 should like to taste
that, for In my young days they al always
ways always gave It to the grownups, and
now they keep It for the children, so
I've always missed It. London Punch

Not a Party Man.
"Is your nn-banl a confirmed party
ni.-njV- askeci the jiinlliiig candidate.
"I-rur. no." He's juJt dancln" and
!!! t ev-ij :tct-ml his jmlge reg'lar. an
vetj Mrs A Hy:u-k tMUas Nvws.
Greatness.
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t .'t,.rfir;t rJns!i elf foruet
o ;i !. -!ti-rM hi others, a
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hi 3 country has every
grateful to him J But

By Herbert Temple. European Manag Manager
er Manager of the International News Service.
.What is Italy going to do? That
at the moment, is the great political
question of the war. There is guid guidance
ance guidance to its answer -in the third and
final volume of the "JMemoirs of Cris Cris-pi,
pi, Cris-pi, the famous Italian statesman,
which Hodder and Stoughton have
just published. Crispi was not the
maker of the triple alliance, hut ho
held, to it and strengthened it.
Count Caprlvi visited Italy at tho
end of 1892, and he and Crispi, then
in office and at the height of his
power, talked the .triple alliance over.
'The triple alliance' said Crispi,
"is not only useful to the contracting'
parties, ut dt also insures the
peace of (Europe. Now, -we being In Interested
terested Interested in preserving the territorial
guarantee of the three countries, as
wel las European rpeace, must de desire.
sire. desire. the continuation ofthe alliance."'
Count Caprivi declared himself en entirely
tirely entirely of Crispins way of thinking
and was giad to find thier views co coincide.
incide. coincide. Crispi thought that the three great
allied powers should interest them themselves
selves themselves in lesser monarchies, and seek,
to defend their institutions. "'Spain
and Portugal," -he said, "are rapidly
being undermined -by republican em emissaries,
issaries, emissaries, whose influences they aro

not strong enough to -withstand.

"Spain," he addeiT "should .ho
brought to reorganize her navy, for

she may be of use in the Dlediterran-

ean, and should occasion present,
she rwould be in (position to strike a
blow at Algeria. Germany's in invasion
vasion invasion of that gallant little nation,
Belgium, is a rude comment on those
views of 1S0O, as to which Count
Caprivi said, "I am entirely of your
excellency's opinion, and will work
for the maintainance of monarchial
principles."-
"Bismarck," said Crispi to his suc successor,
cessor, successor, "did great things, for which

reason to bo
he made a

serious mistakethat of not favor favoring
ing favoring the restoration of the .monarchy
In France. lie 'believed the republic,
fretted by the different -parties,
would remain a -weakling. The con contrary
trary contrary has happened, -however, and
never 'was France so strong as to today."
day." today." "The Emperor of Russia pointed
out the same fact to me," observed
Count Caprivi, and Crisipi went on.
The monarchies should avail them themselves
selves themselves of every means at their dispos disposal
al disposal for combating republican propa propaganda."
ganda." propaganda." 'Next day the two statesmen
continued their conversations, and
Crispi spoke of Biserta as altering
conditions in the Mediterranean, and
carrying "danger in time of .war.
Count Caprivi saw the importance of
this, but he pointed out that "A pro protest
test protest might lead to a 'break with
France, and that it will 'be wiser to
wait. In April, when the arrar
rifles are to be changed, we might
enter a protest."
The last remark i3. characteristic characteristically
ally characteristically Prussian, an ultimate reliance
on force, a 3 we now see It in tho
greatest form in the kaiser's millions
let loose on Europe.
Writing somewhat late, to Ca Caprivi,
privi, Caprivi, Crispi said; 'A$ long as Franco
remains a republic and thi3 form
of government seems to take firm
root --she will continue a imenace to
the monarchies of Europe
We, fin Italy are 'strong; the mon monarchical
archical monarchical "sentiment i3 profound and
withstands all revolutionary propa propaganda.
ganda. propaganda. "We fight it and will not
brook defeat."
Then here .we have a light on tho
conditions which recommend the
triple alliance to Crispi, but in the in interval
terval interval so much has happened, and
even Italy's, official outlook has so
changed that now all her natural
sympathies turn her eyes and her
heart In anotehr direction. If Crispi
could return to the glimpses of di diplomacy
plomacy diplomacy he would find a new world,
and the importance of "his ".Memoirs"
13 the clearness with which -they en enable
able enable us afl to realize this.

ACUTE INDIGESTION
"I was annoyed for over a year bjr
attacks of acute indigestion, follow followed
ed followed by constipation," writes Mr3. M.
J. Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y. "I tried
everything that was recommended
to me for thi3 complaint, but noth nothing
ing nothing did me much good until about
four months ago I saw Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and pro procured
cured procured a bottle of them from our
druggist. I soon realized that I had
gotten the Tight thing for they
helped me at once. Since taking two
bottles of them I can eat heartily
without any bad effects." Sold by all
dealers. Adv.

The kindergarten and primary
school, conducted by Misses Rowley
and Gates the past two years, will
reopen Monday, September 2Sth,
1014. 9-4-20t

Six copies ot sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. 8-2 2-tf

. Flower pots and jardinlers In all
sizes at Ocala Seed Store. S-lS-tf;



THE OCALA.. EVENING STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1914
EXPECTING GAME WITH
CITRA THURSDAY AFTERNOON
THE MARKETS

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K. of P. meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

Council -meets tomorrow evening.
Vietrolas at The lMurray Company.
(Mr, W. J. Frink.'has returned from
a Short fcusines-s trip to Plant City.
Ne w books at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 9-ll-3t
Pens, ink" and .tablets at The 'Mur 'Murray
ray 'Murray Company. 9-ll-3t
Mr. James Carlisle of the Clarion
Hardware Company ihas returned
from ills vacation.
Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
&t lansford's. 8-22-tf
(Dr. A. L. 'Izlar, 'Who has 'been quite
ill, is able to 'be out again, much, to
tthe delight of his many tfriends.
If you need hardware, give up a
call. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf
(Mr. William Bullock returned yes
terday from a week's visit to Daytona
Beach, where lie went especially to
witness the labor day exercises.
School supplies at The Murray
Company. 9-11-3 1
Ix copies or sheet music for 15c.
at Insford's." 8-22-tf
. Joe ;Malever says there rwill .be no
more hard times if everysbody will
put prices down, like he ihas. iLow
prices, says Joe, make business lively.
Gerig's Drug Stores.
Ibest.
Quality the
9-14-tf
"We now have new crop rye eeed
for sale. Ocala Seed Store. 8-1 8-tf
Just remember we keep garden,
farm and work shop tools and imple-i
anents. Ocala Seed Store. 8-1 8-tf.
(Mr. Jake Klein lef t Saturday night
for Akron, Ohio, where he will spend
a week or ten days looking after bus business
iness business Interests in that city.
Just remember we keep Garden,
Farm and workshop tools and. im implements.
plements. implements. Ocala Seed Store. tf
Mr. W. O. Chambliss has gone to
Live Oak to join ihis family (in a
visit to relatives for a sh.ort time.
We can make you an iron tank for
a cistern or irrigating plant on short
motice; (prices reasonable; work guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. lAshley Sheet IMetal Works. 3 1
Dr. J. iE. Chace and son James,
3eft Saturday night for (New. York
City, where they will spend about
ten days. They went to consult a
specialist for James Chace.
Six copies of sheet music for l.re.
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf
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ALT, TJIE L.ATEST 31AGAZIXES
AND NEWSPAPERS
Csext' to Frank's
Xo. 0 X. 3Iamolia Street.

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WEATHER REPORT

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

'Max. Min. R. F.
Sept. 1. 90 69
Sept. 2. ...... .90 69
Sept. 3 . .89 70
Sept. 4 .79 70
Sept. 5. ... 89 70
Sept. 6 .90 69
Sept. 7 ...'.87 70
Sept. 8 87 68
Sept. 8 ,.-... .92 67 .28
Sept. 10. ...... .89 69 .28
Sept. Ill .87 60
Sept. Ii2. ..89' -63
Sept. 13.... ...88 68 )62

Forecast for this Evening and
Tomorrow
Generally .fair tonight and Tues
day
. Buckshot .WilHams, the Cartel
farmer, willreturn k railroading, as
conductor on the Ocala and South Southwestern
western Southwestern traiht?Mr. George McGan-
agin, who ndw -holds the position,
will leave Wednesday -for Sanford
where his family resides, and will
resume his run on the Atlantic Coast
Ask your doctor as to our pre prescription
scription prescription service. Gerig's the reliable
prescription pharmacists. 9-8-tf
Trade at Gerig's, a Teliable drug
store. 9-14-tf
Mr. W. F. iBlesoh Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon received a letter from Mr. An
drew iBlbcher, saying he would leave
New York for Ocala Tuesday, so he
will probably Jbe there the flatter part
of the week.
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
ship. Ashley Sheet -Metal Works. 3t
'Mr. C. J. McCraney, the veteran
hunter 'from the south end of the
county, was in town Saturday, and
informed the Star that Dr. iDong of
"North Carolina Jhas 'bought the Sims
pasture near Starke's ferry. This
pasture covers aTout '2000 acres and
is a fine 'piece of property.
iMr. U. P. Davis, school teacher
and prominent citizen of Fort -McCoy,
was in the city Saturday. Mr.
Davis arrived. a year or so ago trom
Montana, and thinks she will remain
in Florida 'permanently.
Why order your sheet metal work
from out of town wlien the 'Ashley
Sheet Metal Works can supply yon
right nere? 9-12-3t
Judge W. S. Bullock and Mr. H. 31.
'Hampton returned Saturday evening
from their two days' fishing trip to
the mouth' of Crystal river. The
tides were not right and their fish fishing
ing fishing luck was very indifferent but
they enjoyed the little outing for all
of that.
if it is from Gerig's it is of good
quality. 9-1-tf
The pretty corner (two lots) im immediately
mediately immediately west of the new JCorth
Ocala church for sale. Very cheap
for cash. R. K. Carroll. 9-8-tf
Messrs. (Brantley and Paul Weath Weathers
ers Weathers will leave tomorrow for .New
York City, "the former to resume nis
law course in Columbia University
and the latter to resume ihis academ academ-'ic
'ic academ-'ic course at tAmherst, 'Mass.
Mr. T. W. Smith, collector of in
ternal revenue, who was in town
Saturday, somewhat surprised the
Star by saying that in the past, few-
months 'he had 'broken -up several
large moonshine -distilleries. One
was in Green's swamp, in the south
ern (part of iLake, and run 'by an old old-timer
timer old-timer by the name of Brown. This
man jhad a ibig still, operated by Oiim Oiim-self
self Oiim-self and sons, and made several dif different
ferent different kinds of ibooze. He chad op operated
erated operated undisturbed so Jong that he
had 'begun to think nobody would
disturb 'him. Another still down in
the southern part of the state was
operated by a man who had a hard
name as a desperate character. He
seems to nave -had the county officials
(bluffed, for tho' everybody in his
neighborhood knew he was moon moon-shining,
shining, moon-shining, he was undisturbed. Mr.
Smith, however, gathered him in, and
smashed his still.
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Xose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.

(Manager Hunter of the baseball
team informs the Star that he is try trying
ing trying to arrange for a game wich Citra
next Thursday afternoon. The Citra
boys are excellent players and Ocala
fans will 'be glad to see them again.
CUr. Charles, of the postoQce cler clerical
ical clerical staff, ihas ihis pretty bungalow
home in Linwood addition well under
way. Mr. Charles is putting up a
nice house and will soon have it
ready for occupancy. This popular
east side addition Is building up
quite rapidly.

Onion sets for fall planting. Ocala
Seed Store. S-J8-tf
'The many Marion mnntv friend
lends
of .Ernest A. 'Rieker will be glad toj
n-uuw tuai ue won nis contest ior
nomination forcounty commissioned
from the foujrtbrdiitrict of Duval
county. j
$, ;
II:-C Bartleyy-a young man who
hails from WHllston, is in jail charg
ed with passing worthless checks.
Mr. D. IE. sMcIver has returned from
a month's visit to New York City
and the New England states. Mr.
Mclver 'combined business with
pleasure and visited the markets and
made some extensive purchases for
the firm of Qlclver & .MacKay, but
went more for the Test and change,
which nave benefited 'him -very much.
Mr. Marcus (Frank left Saturday
night -for .New York, where "he will
buy a (fine new stock of goods for
Frank's popular dry goods, clothing
and gent's furnisliing 'house. Among
other goods he will buy ihis new line
of shoeia .for men and boys, which
wiill be carried in the new store,
where goods tfor the masculine side
of the family will be carried ex
clusively.
Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf
A :big excursion was operated on
the A. C. jL. between St. Petersburg,
Ocala and intermediate points to St.
Augustine today. The tickets are
good to.Teturn tomorrow,-
The Jiouse party at iNorth iLake
Weir, composed of about, twenty
iboys and girls and their chaperones,
returned home today.
Secretary J. D. Hooney, went to
Dunnellon this afternoon on:lusiness
with the "board of trade of that city.
The Airdome is having splendid
crowds every "pleasant evening, and
Manager Weihe is 'being congratu
lated upon the splendid service he is
furnishing in the way of pictures.
'A card received from II r. E. "E.
Converse, dated September 9th, an announces
nounces announces that he arrived in Montreal,
Canada, that day from Europe. He
did not state wlien he expects to re
turn to Ocala.
(Mr. J. W. Sylvester of St. Peters
burg came np today and will remain
in the city till tomorrow with, friends.
Mr. C. iH. Cleghorn of Jacksonville
is in the city paying a short visit to
his brother-in-law, Mr. J. D. Rooney
Mr. Oleghorn is in the advertising
department of the '.Metropolis.
Greatest Science.
HThe greatest science men can study
ts the science of living with other
men. There is no other thing that is
o taxing, requires so much education,
bo much wisdom, so much practice as
how to live together. sWe are study
ing how to control the forces of nature-
but the forces cf human nature
are more difficult 'still. There Is no
art that is finer than the art of being
at peace -with our neighbors, national
and individual Selected.
Another Exciting Game.
Friend -"What were your sensa sensations
tions sensations in the wreck?" Victim "Just
the same as in football. Three coaches
passed cer me and then the doctors
came."
."Approved Definition,
Willie "Paw, wht is an ignoram ignoramus?"
us?" ignoramus?" Paw "A man whose views dif differ
fer differ from your own, my sen."
Concerning Eating.
Let your heartiest meal be at night
or whenever your work for the day
is ever. Fruit, toast, soft boiled eggs
and oatmeal make a good breakfast.
When the intermission between hours
of labor Is short no heavy food should
be taken into the stomach. Hundreds
of persons who eat heartily and return
to work almost immediately afterward
have dyspepsia.
In Hock.
"So Hardeuppe pawned his diamoad
shirt studs to enter his horse in tho
show, eh? Is he so sure of winning?
What are its chief points?" "I don't
know but Hardeuppe's seems to be
hock action."

NAVAIi STORES
New York, Sept. 1 4 Turpentine,
44; rosin $3.80.

You Insure your house against fire
why not insure it against decay
with
whloh Is the most durable Paint
made and by far the most econo economical
mical economical because its all paintsand
you get two for one-our color card
explains.
To Bed Late in the Morning.
Even in these matter-of-fact days
parliament is still a weird and won wonderful
derful wonderful thing to country cousins. In
England 'I spent the week-end says
a gallery fketch writer, in a southern
town. "What time do you start work
at the house?". aeked an old friend, a
native. "Three o'clock," I replied,
"and we finish at eleven." "Ah,"
commented the native, "I've often
heard that parliament meets during
the night so as not to be disturbed by
the traffic, but It must seem a bit
queer to be walking home to bd at
eleven in the morning."
Improve Incandescent Light.
An incandescent gas mantle whlcli
fcas become carbonized or blackened
by use may be cleaned by throwing a
quantity of salt upon it while it is
glowing. This has the effect of
cleaning the carbon off, increasing the
efficiency of the light and prolonging
the life of the mantle.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
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Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
WAXTED First class painter. 4 Ap
ply Monday 7 a. m., new nigh
school. W. B. Harbridge Co. 122 1
LOST A moon shaped gold pin with
chipped diamond. Lost 'between
telephone office and Royal Press Pressing
ing Pressing Club. IFinder please return to
Royal 'Pressing Club and Teceive
Teward. 9-12-2t
LOST--A number of kodak pictures
and films on street between Com Commercial
mercial Commercial 'Bank and Counts Grocery
Company. Finder 'please return to
Dr. Counts. 9-1'2-lt
PURSE LOST today. Thursday, be
tween 1 and 1:30 p. m., ibetween
the court house and residence of
Mr. j. A. Carmichael. Finder will
:please return to this office or to
ceive reward. 9-10 J
FOR RENT Six-room cottage, elec
tricity, gas and water;, convenient conveniently
ly conveniently located in good neighborhood;
$1$ per month. Address, Cottage,
care Star. 9-11-Gt
WIAXTED 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. 9-1 1-6 1
FOR SALE Scond hand gas stove
cheap for cash; can be (put in good
shape for small amount. Address
Box 317, Ocala, Fla. 2-9-6 1
ROOMERS WANTED 'Mrs. C. L
Moore", corner S.. "Magnolia and S
4th streets, has several large, airy
rooms, which she will rent on easy
terms. 92-2w
LOST 'A pair of eyeglasses In skel
eton gold frames. Were lost in
the uptown A. C. L. yard, f 1 re
ward. Leave at the Star office. 3t
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
FOR SALE -No. 10' Smith-Premier
typewriter in first class condition.
Price $4 8, cash. Address, Box
491, Ocala, Fla. 9-14-3t
WAITED To borrow $200 to $500
on good security for two to five
years. Address, B. B. W., care
Ocala Star.
9-14-lt
REGISTUATIOX NOTICE
Th3 registration book for district
So. 3, (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 lo
each week frm the 1st Monday In
September till the second Saturday In
October This registration does r.ot
apply to any person who was a regis registered
tered registered voter prior to Jan. 1st. 1914.
Those who registered this year for thf
first time in Marlon county, thous-!-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 r. M. BARCO.
Supervisor Registration Marion

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cn ndc-by-s:de comparison, he buys the Remington. If he
buys on nothinj short of actual test, he buys the Remington.
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From Slaves to Gold.
Before civilization had outgrown
savagery the more advanced nations
used to go to Africa for slaves. Now
the tide has turned. Gold is the mas master
ter master of the vorld and Africa furnishes
nearly bee-half of the annual output.
The nuggfit and not-the negro is now
the African attraction. The outturn
of gold from African mines for 1913
ras nsarly $203,000,000.

typewriter progress. The $ide-by-
side comparison or the' actual test
will convince you that these im improvements
provements improvements are a necessity to you
.nd to every typewriter user.
- Send for a copy of our latest illus illustrated
trated illustrated booklet, "Some Points on
tLe Visible Remingtons."
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Transferable Distinction.
,MaikIey (to pestering insurance
man) "Lock here, when you talked
to m 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
ing since had the benefit cf my serv services,
ices, services, has, cf course, taken the bonor
away from it"