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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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ALSO SAYS THAT FiGHTIIJG HI FE.illCE IS INDECISIVE RUT
THE FRENCH ARE GETTING THE WORST OF IT

- Berlli i (Tia wireless to Sayville, L.
I.) Sept f 1 5 Th o Genua n com
ma n-de la East Prussia .today tele
graphed the kaiser 'from' Vilna that
the Rutian tVrmy, consisting of four
corp3, two reserve divisions and five
cavalry divisions, (nearly 200,000
men) "had ibeen completely defeated.
Many (prisoners and enormous spoils
capture) 1. TIhe destruction of the "Rus "Russian
sian "Russian array continues.
Vilna' is fin Russian Poland, 100
miles from it he (frontier.
The Russians at Lyck, about 50, 50,-000
000 50,-000 strong, Shave also been "defeated.
It is officially 'announced t'hat 'the
heavy flighting in France is still in indecisive,
decisive, indecisive, i although Che French as assaults
saults assaults are being repulsed.
ADVICE
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AND REPULSE OF THE FRENCH
OFFICIALLY CLAIMED BY 'J
THE GERMANS
B erl in ? 5 ept. X5 .-I t Is .official ly
announced today ithat ifche Germans
have taken t'he offensive : in Alsace,
driving the French westward through
tthe Vosges mountain passes. Fight Fighting
ing Fighting continues northeast of Altkirch,
north of 'Belfort and around Giron
fagny.
MISSION OF MERCY
American Red Cross Ship On Her
Way to Relieve Suffering; in
Europe
iXew York, Sept. 15. The steam steamer
er steamer 'Red doss bound on an errand of
mercy to 'the European .war zone, left
her anchorage late yesterday and
shortly 'before 6 o'clock was on her
way to sea.
It was after many delays that the
Ship conveying doctors, nurses, and
Lupplies to the European -war field
finally put to sea. 'Difficulties over
Ihe make-up of :her crew, due to the
fear of icternational complications,
at "last 'had (been smoothed out and
every new American seaman had
learned the duties of Shis post from
bis retirin g German (predecessor.
The tRed Cross carries 1 25 trained
nurses, thirty surgeons and a big
equipment of supplies. Her first stop
will ibe at JFalmouth, England, where
twenty-four nurses and six surgeons
.will :be landed for" service an iEnglish
hospitals. At 'Rotterdam, nurses for
Austria, Germany and Russia will dis disembark,,
embark,, disembark,, tmd the rest will -be left at
some French port.

II ALSACE

Our Fall and Winter Stock of Woolens is
now complete and we invite you to visit our
store and loolc over our line ol neiv arid up-fo-the-minute
fabrics. We carry one of the great greatest
est greatest assortments of woolens shown outside of
New York and Chicago, and will make to your
individual measure for

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CHIEF OF SOUTHERN BANDITS
STILL HOLDS OUT AGAINST
CARRANZA
Qlexico City, Sept. 15. Fighting
between Carranzaists and Zapatistas
has been reported from near Pueblo.
T VOULD BE AWFUL
ROUGH ON GERMANY IF THERE
SHOULD BE TRUTH IN
THIS REPORT
London, Sept. 15. An unconfirm unconfirmed
ed unconfirmed report from Dieppe states thait
Von Kluk's army, composed of two
corps, has surrendered to the allies.
STATE DEPARTMENT
BUSY SIGNING
Peace Treaties, .Not Worth the Paper
They are 'Written on, With
Various Powers
Washington, Sept. 15.- Peace be between
tween between t he United (States and Great
(Britain, 'France, pain, and China
was guaranteed today Jby the signing
of peace treaties at the state depart department,
ment, department, v..-:;
ARE DRIVING BACK THE
CROWN PJUNCEVS ARMY
Allies Fighting with the Germans All
, Along the Line
London, Sept. 15. It is Officially
announced that fighting continues all
along the (line 'between the allies and
Germans. The Crown prince's army
nas been driven further (back.
CONSUMPTION OF COTTON
For August Only 48,145 Bales Short
of What it was a Year Ago
Washington, Sept. 15. -The gov government
ernment government report today shows that
3 S 4, '2 05 'bales of cotton were consum consumed
ed consumed during August, against 432,350
last year.
Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. : 8-22-tf

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SforKmanship. Guaranteed.

E IIITEIITIflllS
HART MOUTHS
iLondon, Sept. 15. Peace can only
come when Berlin nas fallen and the
allies have entered the German cap capital
ital capital to lay down terms, is the official
opinion of London.
The Times says today:
WILL END THE WORSHIP OF WAR
"The allies will go to Berlin to set settle
tle settle accounts, "not to lay waste the
Fatherland. The allies 'will demand
that this worship of war must cease.
The sword you have forged mus.; be
broken. Not until the horsemen, of
the allies ride down Unter den Lin Linden
den Linden twill the Germans realize fully
that their -mad dreams of world dom domination
ination domination are shattered forever. The
allies will destroy warships, arsenals,
ship building yards, fortresses, etc.,
by iwhitih terror nas 'been spread, but
will protect the virtue of ,women, the
ancient sanctuaries and peaceful
homes."
HIT THE HELA
BRITISH SUBMARINE AVENGED
THE AMPHION AND PATH PATHFINDER
FINDER PATHFINDER iBerlin, ept. 15. The admiralty
today announced that the German
cruiser Hela -had been sunk by a
British submarine in the North Sea.
The nuirsber of drawned was not giv giv-en.
en. giv-en.
BLUE DAYS IN BERLIN
People (Beginning to Realize their
Army lias Been Awfully
Punished
Copenhagen, Sept. 15. Reports
from (Berlin declare the deepest
gloom prevails there and a serious
condition is developing among the
people.
EVACUATED A LOST
German Troops Needed by Their
Comrades Near Antwerp
Ostend, Sept. 15. -Twenty thou thousand
sand thousand Germans have evacuated Alost,
going to reinforce the German army
fighting the Belgian advance from
Antwerp.
SORRY JOB FOR SOUGH ON
German Naval Officer Take Com Command
mand Command of Turkish Navy
Bordeaux, Sept. 14.. Admiral
Soudhon of the German navy has
been appointed commander in chief
of the Turkish navy.
BELGIANS ARE BUSY
Making Trouble for the Germans
Around Malines
Antwerp, Sept. 15. It is reported
that the Belgian arms have been suc successful
cessful successful around 'Malines. The Ger Germans
mans Germans lost 2,000 killed and wounded.
Gerig'3 Drug Stores,
best.
Quality the
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.MANY LIVES LOST IN A I'EARFUTj
RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN MIS MISSOURI
SOURI MISSOURI THIS MORNING
) ieuanan, uuo., bept. lo. Forty
(people were drowned and five others
I'badly mangled this morning when
jthe Frisco 'westbound passenger train
for Texas, plunged into the swollen
waters of Goodwin Hollow, two miles
west of here j :
The chair car and sixty-eight pas passengers
sengers passengers wefej submerged.
'Many immigrants perished.
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FORTRESS OF MAUBEUGE KNEW
ATIAT IT WAS THERE FOR
London, Sept. 15. The Times
says it is reported from Paris that
Maubeuge has oeen relieved and 12, 12,-000
000 12,-000 Germans captured.
SERVIANS ANNOUNCE
ANOTHER SUCCESS
Austria Has No Luck Against Her
Sturdy Little Enemy
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Xish, Sept. 15. It is officially an announced
nounced announced that Servian troops defeated
90,000 Austrians, who lost 10,000
killed, wounded and captured, in the
fighting west of Seinlin yesterday.
DERAILED BY A DOG
Two Officials Killed in a Railway
Motor Car Wreck
Knoxville, Sept. 15. Captain
James Huan, ibrigade supervis-or and
Captain 'William Wa!ker, pump in inspector
spector inspector of the Virginia and South Southwestern
western Southwestern Railroad, were found dead
five miles west of Bluff City this
morning. Their railroad motor car
struck a dog and -was -wrecked.
OPERATIONS IN A FRICA
British and Germans Fight for Pos Possession
session Possession of the Dark Continent
London, Sept. 15. -A Reuter's dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Nairobi, (British -East Af Africa,
rica, Africa, says a strong force of Germans
from German East Africa, crossed the
border at Mohru and occupied Ka Ka-rangu
rangu Ka-rangu and are advancing on Kisii.
"British forces," the correspond correspond-says,
says, correspond-says, have been despatched from
Kisampu and from Pert Florence on
the northwest f?hore of Lake Victoria,
Cs'yanza, to check them."

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PRUSSIA

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II IT OACK T017AB0 liOKBERG

Petrograd, Sept. 15. The Rus Russians
sians Russians 'have defeated the Germans in
a ten-hour battFe at Goldapp in lEast
Prussia and forced them .back toward
Koenigsberg with heavy losses.
The 'Russians who had been re retreating,
treating, retreating, met reinforcements, and
are again advanoing.
ELECTION III ARiiSAS
HAYS RE-ELECTED GOVERNOR
AND CHILD LABOR LAW
APPROVED
Little Rsck, Sept. 15. According
to the latest returns, George Hays
was re-elec?;e'd governor of Arkansas
yesterday, Jdth the entire democratic
state ticket..
. The child labor law was" approved.
Uittle Rock remains wet.
SORROW NEWS IS SPREADING
Despite the Censorship, the German
People are Learning of their
Defeat
Geneva, Sept. 15. 'News of the
German retreat, despite every pre precaution,
caution, precaution, has passed through Switzer Switzerland
land Switzerland to the north and caused pro
found depression in Germany. Ac According
cording According to advices received -here 'peo 'people
ple 'people nave gathered in the streets in
various German towns, shouting:
"Tell us the truth! Give us the
news!
tNewspapei" offices at 'Munich 'have
been closed, as disorders are feared.
Along the Siwss-German frontier,
the full extent of the German retreat
Is known. People are crying:
"If, the JVench have beaten us,
what will the 'Russians do?"
KILLED ENTIRE CREW
Three German Airmen l'aid With
Their Lives for Dropping Bombs
; on Troyes
London, S?pt. 15. A Reuter's dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Troyes, France says:
"After a uhase of several miles, a
French aviator, yesterday 'brought
down a German aeroplane that had
been Viroppiag bomb3 on the town.
The German i pilot and two military
observers, a captain and a lieutenant,
wero killed."
For the 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

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NO MORE
NO LESS

DIRECT FROM THE MILLS TO YOU.
SAVE THE MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT.
Compare Material and Workmanship with others
that coil you $25 TO $35.
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WORLD'S LARGEST TAILORS
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HEARfRDUi
FIERCE ATTEMPT OF GERMANS
TO BREAK THEIR LINE iMET
WITH FAILURE
Paris, Sept. 15. It 'has been offi officially
cially officially announced that the German
Crown Prince's army was repulsed in
a' desperate attempt to break trough
the Allies line between Verdun and,
Toul.
FEELING OF SUSPENSE
ENVELOPES GERMANY
London, Sept. 15. The Daily Tel Telegraph's
egraph's Telegraph's 'Rotterdam correspondent
quotes the Neuwe Hotterdamsche
Courant'sIBerlin correspondent In a
dispatch filed from the German cap capital
ital capital as 'follows:
, "A feeling of suspense is begin-.
r!ng to creep over IBerlin at the re restriction
striction restriction on news. Although it da
known a severe battle has ibeen
fought and that the Austrians nave,
made a so-called strategic surrender
at Lem'berg, the people are -now de despondent
spondent despondent or d Impairing. But the
mystery of the extent of the German
losses is preying on their minds.
"Great numbers of relatives have
been informed privately of the deaths
of officers at the front, but the cas casualty
ualty casualty lists are far behind.
"It is le reported that the problem
of feeding the buge armies at the
froit still offers the greatest dif difficulties."
ficulties." difficulties." SYRUP MAKING STATION
WENT UP IN SMOKC
.Waycross, Ga., Sept. 15. The
United States syrup experiment sta station
tion station here was .burned this morning.
Loss, $40,000.
STOLEN
From W. R. Bryant's farm, Belle Belle-view,
view, Belle-view, .Fla., one .bay pony borse, dark
from knees down, large scar on in inside
side inside right li!nd leg near stomach,
chunky build. Notify C. P. Davis,
Summerfield or C. C. Bryant, Ocala,
Fla. Liberal reward. ,9-1 5-3 1.
Tlx copies of sheet music for 15c 15c-at
at 15c-at Lhnsford's. 8-22-tf
We now have new crop re seed
for sale. ;cala Seed Store. 8-18-tf.
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THE OCALA EVENING ST A it, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1014

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

FLORIDA VEGETABLE
THEY HAVE
A RIGHT
TO MAKE PROTEST
2?
GROWERS BUREAU

BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
&. It. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala. Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

PHONE 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Doniestic)
Dae year, in advance!, ... .$5.00
lix months, in adranoe. . 2.5
rhree months, in advance. 1.25
One month, jn advance. . .50

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

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. 4.25
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HAS TAKEN HOLD

the

The plan of organization of

Florida growers to market their pro produce
duce produce without (the medium of the com commission
mission commission imen has taken hold all over
the state. In the last; few days, the
(Marion County Board of Trade has
fceen 4n receipt of scores of letters
from different parts of Florida, com commending
mending commending the movement and, promis promising
ing promising support and cooperation. Prom Prominent
inent Prominent among the communications are
those from the Farmers' Club of
Bade City, the .Ruskiu Growers' As Association,
sociation, Association, the High Point Association,
the Frostproof Board .of Trade, the
Yamato Packing Co.; the Jefferson
County Produce (Exchange, the
iBriggsville Growers' -Association and
a large number of individuals. The
Jacksonville Board of Trade in a let letter
ter letter of commendation;' inclosed $50.
The following encouraging letters
were received from prominent par parties:
ties: parties: ;
From Governor Trammell
Tallah asset. Sisnt 9 1-91 4

Mr. J. D. Rooney, Ocala, Fla.
!My dear Sirr It was rather late in
the morning on Tuenday (before I
reached Jacksonville I f rom Daytona,
and Mr. Connelly of tLie Jacksonville
Board of Trade and other gentlemen
desired a short conference with me
TTVTri lift rr ,01V T .nv-fcrvriitrY-i rvl o n.A svm

and Mr. Connelly th(;n told me he
Twas going, to the Board of : Trade
headquarters for the 1 meeting swhich
you had called and iwould 'advise me
by phone when I should come over.
3sa. a short while he telephoned that
it fit -jra desired for me to come over
II -would he advised -later by phone.
I remained at the tSeminole until

mahout 1 2 o'clock. No t having heard
any thing I went out ta town and re re-t
t re-t timed to the hotel about 1:30 -and
found no message availing me. I
remained then at the 'hotel until after
J3 o'clock and received no further in information
formation information as to the time my presence
was desired 'at the meeting.
I write the above that you may
"know why I did not po immediately
Vtt IShe meeting upon reaching Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, and that it vras on account
of my "Waiting for the phone advise
that 1 'did not come Uter. I will he
glad to help out fariners and fruit
growers anyway possible.
Touts very truly,
Park Tram m ell.

raising long staple cotton. It (has the
same fields, the same climate and

much 'better farming methods now.

Why not try it again?

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WENT TO WASHINGTON

Secretary 'Rooney, who in company
with Tr. R. T. Weaver, went to Dun Dun-n
n Dun-n el Ion, to meet with the board of

The Florida Grower, organ of u the
Citrus Fruit Exchange, and also one
of the leading agricultural papers of
the state, makes the following per pertinent
tinent pertinent remarks about last week's
meeting in Jacksonville:
A good start was made toward the
organization of the truckers of Flor

ida into one big organization at the
meeting held at Jacksonville Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday of this week. Of course the com

mission boys already have their ham hammers
mers hammers out and are sneeringly saying
that the whole move was engineered
by Rooney because iRooney wants a
job. iXow, Mr. Rooney already has a
job, and is not looking for another,
being secretary of the 'Marion Coun County
ty County Board of Trade, which is a big job
in itself and Rooney 'had no further
interest in engineering this meeting

than to better-the condition of the

growers, and he -publicly stated at
the Jacksonville meeting that he did
not want a job with the new organ organization.
ization. organization. J. D. Rooney was the active hiad
that brought about this meeting of
truckers, and was elected chairman

the temporary organization, th

t

In another -place the Star prints
the protest of the Florida State Com Commission
mission Commission for the 'Panama-Pacific Ex Exposition
position Exposition against the personal attacks
on its membership iby some papers In
the state.
The commission lias a Tight to

make a protest. It is com nosed of l

m.

J. Clifford R. 'Foster, adjutant gen

eral of the state. T. M. Weir, for

many years a 'leading business man,
J. C. TLruning, state treasurer of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and H. C. Schrader, a prominent
citizen of Jacksonville. They are all
men of high standing, and two of
them the voters of Florida have hon honored
ored honored with important office.
The Star hasn't approved very
cordially of the plan to make the ex exhibit,
hibit, exhibit, and 'has pointedly opposed
some oV the details. As -far as the
personnel of the commission is con

cerned, it thinks it would be difficult

to find four an ore competent and
trustworthy men to carry out any
plan.

I

trade of that enterprising town, Mon- of

day, afternoon, found a large number work of this body heing to form rep rep-of
of rep-of leading citizens assembled and resentative associations in eaoh conn conn-very
very conn-very much in the humor to support ty, along the lines of the sub-ex-any
progressive movement. Just at changes of the Florida Citrus Ex Ex-the
the Ex-the time, tfhe matter of most Import- change, the representatives of these
ance with them was the Withlacoo- county bodies to form the permanent
chee improvement, -wnich is of as organization. As I understand the
much importance to Dunnellon as the matter the next swork 'will be to form
Oklawaha is to Ocala; and "it hi not local associations to affiliate with the
out of 'place to add that the Withla- county ibodies, these associations to
cooohee is of some importance to consist of growers :who -will agree to

From the

Exchanse

Ocala also.
Frank Clark Wanted Help
' Saturday evening, Mr. Rooney had
received the following telegram from
Congressman Clark:
Washington, D. C, Sept. 12, 1914.
Mr. J. D. Rooney, Secretary Board
of Trade, Ocala, Fla.
The 'board of engineers has set a
hearing of the Withlacoodhee river
project for Tuesday, (Sept. loth, at 2
o'clock in the afternoon. If conven convenient
ient convenient ;would dike to have a small com committee
mittee committee here to appear with me be before
fore before the hoard. (Frank Clark, M. C.
The 'hustling and public-spirited
IDunnellonites at once chipped in and
in a few minutes raised $100, to pay
Mr. Rooney 's expenses to Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. That's some action for you. Mr.
Rooney and Dr. Weaver returned to
Ocala on Sunnyjim, and Mr. Rooney
ieft for Washington on the earh earh-Seaboard
Seaboard earh-Seaboard train this morning. He
will reach (Washington tomorrow
morning, and Mr. Clark will doubt doubtless
less doubtless be able to have the 'hearing
postponed till his arrival.

In the meantime, .Dr. Wear, 'wh'o

is considerable of a 'hustler himself,

'will continue to push the rwork of the

Florida 'Vegetable Growers .Bureau,
which is growing in favor every day.

Condensed Statement of
THE MII0E S GHAMBL1SS
HUN. BAI1K
OCALA, FLORIDA
At the -Close of Business Sept. 12,
1914, Issued on Call of the
Comptroller

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Tampa, .Fla., Sept. 1 0 1 9 14

OFriend Rooney: Congratr.Ir.t:oni
on the success of t ie. Jackson viiie
meeting. I predict that you will find
It easy to organize the growers and
that the right kind of an organiza organization,
tion, organization, such as you haie planned, will
be the salvation of the vegetable in industry
dustry industry just as the IFlrida Citrus Ex Exchange
change Exchange has saved the citrus industry.
The Grower is with you in your gen general
eral general plan and will dc all possible to

assist. 1 wish that :"0u would keep

us posted fully. i
With kindest reagrds,

Bdgar; A. Wright,
tEditor! and Manager.
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MarJ in the Right

Placj

market their produce through the
selling organization which will aft afterwards
erwards afterwards 'be formed.
It was unanimously agreed that no
"farmer packs" could be accepted for
shipment; that all produce must be
delivered to" a central packing house,
where dt will .be put up in a uniform
manner in crates of a siie that will
he uniform in every part of Florida.
At this time each locality uses its
own special type of carrier, and the
result is very confusing. If nothing
other than the standardization of
packages came ifrom this movement
it would he worth while.

I have never believed that any
truckers' association could he suc successful
cessful successful if each grower packed his
own -product in the field. The result
would always be unsatisfactory be because
cause because each grower has his own' ideas
as to grades, and certainly many
growers do not understand what a
good package consists of, and some
of them still have the "old ddea of
putting poor stuff in the middle of a
crate, the good stuff going to the top
and (bottom. A central packing house
for each section would do away with
this, and certainly such Oiouses would
not be expensive, as no machinery is
necessary; a rdof and a few bins and
tables, together with storage room

for hexes, crates, hampers and

WALK, DAMN YOU, AVALK hflhlt

. The above, says one of, Ocala's lOne of the head men of the South South-prominent
prominent South-prominent merchants, should ibe the era Express Company made a fine
slogan of Ocala to her visitors. He, talk at the meeting, telling how the
jlike many others of our citizens no- great -bulk of the express shipments
ticed the great crowds of visitors in went to the large markets, while the

the city a few days ago when an ex- smaller markets were begging for
cursion was operated into Ocala by produce, and he offered the "free use
the Seaboard railroad. 'Many ihun- of the company's 5,000 agents

dreds'of people from adjoining towns throughout the country to solicit and

Jay and have an all
time. They wandered

ASSETS
Loans and discounts.

County warrants
Stocks and bonds
Overdrafts
Bank building, furniture
and fixtures

Cash and due from
banks. 69,246.27

.$385,744,811
. 38,024.83
. 43,498.58
18.31

28,000.00

$564,532.82
LIABILITIES
Capita stock .........$ 50,000.00
Surplus 'and undivided
profits 37,228.50
Deposits : 477,304.32

$564,532.82

MR. CV3IPER:
IWESXT THIS PICTURE 3HKE YOU WANT TO GO CAMP CAMPING?
ING? CAMPING? JUST REMEMBER THAT WK HAVK ALL THE THINGS
YOU SEED TO MAKE CAMPING OUT A COMFORT AND A JOY
EVERYTHING FROM A FISH HOOK TO A FRYING PAX.
GET YOUR OUTFIT FJ103I US.

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Jacksonville, Fla.,jSept. 8, 1914.
.Mr. "J- iD. Rooney, Ocala, Fla.
3Iy dear Mr. Roaiey: I note 'by

fthis afternoon's 'FJcrida Oletropolis
fclhat you were elected chairman of

Che trucker's ibody. ; They (have iput

the trig'ht -man in the right place, and

I desire to extend to you my since r r-est
est r-est heartv oonsrratuiations, and '"ish

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Yours very truly,
Chas. !F. Bigelow,
Fla. Pass Agt. Q. & C. Route.

ITS TIME TO TRYr IT AGAIN

Florida long staple cotton is in

great demand for making fabric for

automobile tires. There ought to he
more of it. This state can produce

Jong staple cotton that ihas no super

ior, and Everglade land is especially

ndanted to its culture. All the long

staple cotton needed in this country
or the .world, for that -matter, can -be
grown here "profitably.---Florida tMe tMe-tiopolis.
tiopolis. tMe-tiopolis.
'Refore the war, g.nd for some time
after, ftlarion' county was famous for

around good press shipments. Of course 4t is ex ex-around
around ex-around the ipected that express shipments will be

business section of the city for sev- 'but a very small part of the "business

eral hours, spending more or less of of the new organization, but every
their money with our merchants and ilittle 'bit (helps, and-this certainly is a
other .business men. There iwas no promising start aloug the road to
'attraction at the -ball -park or any- success. The great hulk of the pro pro-where
where pro-where else until late in the after- duce would of course go out in car
noon. These "people then began cast- lots, to foe handled for-the organiza organiza-iTif
iTif organiza-iTif hrnt for a iVlacft to rest. Some tioTi on the other end Under ordi-

of them went Into stores and other nary circumstances the organisation
iplaces of Ibusiness and occupied the of a large sales force would be neces neces-availaible
availaible neces-availaible "sitting" space, -while sary, font -with a splendid force al-

others meandered into the Testaur- ready in operation theTe is no need

ants and purchased a small lunch of going to this trouble and expense.

just for the privilege of having a Manager Jones offered the mse of the

comfortable seat for a 'while without district managers of the exchange to
feeling that they were infringing on distribute this produce, though the

someone's generosity. One man said vegetable growers organization will

that he liad occupied a curbstone at he entirely separate from that of the

the courthouse for several hours, but (Florida Citrus lExohange.

that it was round topped and did not The plan of the produce men is to

allow him to rest with ease, 'besides organize exactly aloug the lines of

wearing a .hole in his hip tpocket ou the exchange; wheels within wheels;

the cement surface of the aforesaid J a selling agency to foe located An Jack-

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curbing. sonville, a iminor association to De

Now, we are always inviting peo- formed in each vegetable producing

pie to come to our city, and what is section, and those in each county to

more, the invitation is often accepted he tied together with a county or-

foy hundreds of the 'best citizens of ganizatiou, through whicn all busi-

the state, who come in to enjoy a ness with the head office is to foe con-

day's vacation in our midst. Why ducted. With the right men in

not furnish our guests with a place charge there is no reason why such

to sit down and rest? The curb- an organization cannot foe forought to
stones around the courthouse and! a successful working 'basis, and thus

the federal fouilding are cold and un- be in a position to regulate the bus

inviting propositions, ana tne grass, mess of growing-and marketing gar

which might in cases of emergency den truck; in fact make it a fousiness
foe used for resting one's weary instead of a gamble. It now seems
limbs, is nicely posted at each con- to foe up to air. 'Rooney to get the
venient spot 'with a neat little sign counties in line so that the perma-

inviting the passerby to keep oJT. nent organization can foe completed,
Let's have some seats around our and we have faith that Rooney Will

public places or put up signs Hike the do it, .because we know the man.

heading of this article: "Wa-fc, damn

you, walk." Just remember we keep Garden,

Farm and workshop tools and lm-

Band concert Friday evening. plements. Ocala Seed Store. tf

"THE MAN OF AVAR
Overman Angell, the world't peaoe

propagandist of .London has been

here in France, where he has foeeii
shut off from the outside world in a
small village on the western border.
Of his experiences he said:
"Soldiers, soldiers everywhere, it
is impossible to get away from them.
I -was living cheek foy jowl with them
occasionally sharing their gemelle,
sitting round the camp fires and dis discussed
cussed discussed the war and politics. The con contrast
trast contrast between (England and 'France as
Tegards the situation is striking-.
"Here the .war is In the picnic stage,
but in 'France there Is not a family
that has not suffered from privation,
ruin or loss of a member, mostly the
breadwinner. The checks of wealthy
persons Temain uncashed. Someone
goes to Paris with the intention of
returning home the next day, and Is
just swallowed up. Nothing more is
heard of him.
"German spies are arrested every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Advertisements are foein?
ruthlessly pulled down foy the town
officials on the ground that they con contain
tain contain some subtle form of German
espionage.

"Children in the cities are dying
for want of milk, which is being pour

ed into the street in foucketsfull, foe-

cause the Germans have poisoned It.
"Yet the soldiers .with whom you

hobnon are models of good humor
and kindliness. 'Sometimes they are

the most unmilitary .of militaires

good honest bourgeois, running to fat

and a partiality for sleep after

meals.' But the 'moment they hear of

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( ) have opened the house for the accomodation
" MJ ,0f 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 515,000.00 on and in the Ocala
House, and no hotel in the state will be better
equipped to care for the traveling public, and wat
moderate prices.

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Will soon be here and you will have to consume more electric cur cur-Tent.
Tent. cur-Tent. Why not prepare now by installing

They are now cheaper and more efficient than ever.
For the same current you are now consuming in carbon lamps
they will give three times the light.
Come in and let us demonstrate.

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named and pray

avenge them.

"One can imagine just the eum

kind of thing in the German lin-s

with the German bourgeois soldiers

just as ferocious and just as kindly.

And if hoth could only discard their

uniforms there would be as little

possibility of their m disembowelling

one another as of the good Tillage

folks murt!eTing their own children.

fany such crazy stories as those cit

ed came frbm the English camp, too,

strange as it may appear."

'Here is his conclusion. "Tb,at is
the worst, the Teal horror of war.

Our picture of the German and the
German picture of the Allies should

be in so large a part a true picture.

'That these hundreds of millions,

so 'humane, so kindly, capable of

judging sanely should be turned in

to something inhuman incapable of

the same sober judgement of facts

and that the picture we give of the

Germans, we gave just as readily in

the past of the French and the Rus

sian and they of us. The picture is
now and always that of the "Man of

War."

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Dr. J. R.'WilHs of Williston was
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We mean are you getting the service we wish to give you and which
you ought to have? We believe you are. Most of our customers are
satisfied, and we are proud of the fact. But if there is anything wrong
in our relations we want to know it NOW, so we can do our part In
straightening it out before the rush days come.

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UNFAIR ATTACKS

By Some -Newspapers and Individuals
on Personnel and Objects of Flor Florida
ida Florida Commission of tiie Panama
Pacific Exposition.
Jacksonville, Sept. 1, 1914.
Editor Star: In presenting the
enclosed statement for your consider consideration
ation consideration I desire, upon .behalf of this
commission, to appeal to the sense of
fairness of the press of Florida 1n
dealing with the project which we
have 'been delegates to carry out.
It was to have been expected, per perhaps,
haps, perhaps, that opposition to this under undertaking
taking undertaking .would be expressed :by those
not fully informed as to what is pro proposed;
posed; proposed; 'by some who do not think
the necessary money can be raised, or
even by some Who do not think that
It would 'be of advantage to 'have
Florida represented at the exposition.
Such opposition could not -be de demurred
murred demurred to, 'but 'the members of our
commission who 'have entered upon
this public work with a feeling that
they might .reasonably expect the
support and assistance of all public
agencies, (have found themselves, in instead,
stead, instead, assailed without apparent rea reason,
son, reason, and. subjected to such misrepre misrepresentation
sentation misrepresentation and abuse as, by conse consequent
quent consequent prejudice of the public mind,
has rendered their undertaking
much imore difficult than fit would
otherwise have .been.
,Happily this has not "been the at attitude
titude attitude of the entire press of the
state, but a few 'papers have assid assiduously
uously assiduously assailed the .commission and
its work, and the reprinting of their
attacks 'has given them weight which
they iwould not otherwise have had.
Odemibers of this commission who
have hitherto regarded themselves as
men of average uprightness and pro pro-ibity,
ibity, pro-ibity, and as enjoying a reasonable
degree of respect of their fellow
citizens, suddenly find themselves
because of 'having undertaken a dif difficult
ficult difficult 'public task which promises
theni no profit '.but involves much
sacrifice of their own 'time and mon money
ey money tfield up to ridicule and various variously
ly variously described as "liars," "pikers'"
and "grafters," and charged with
sundry sins of om mission, commis commission
sion commission and .probable intention.
So far as these attacks upon the
mem'bersMp of the commission are
concerned, we feel that we may rely
upon such defense as will suggest it itself
self itself to the fair-minded and responsi responsi-ble
ble responsi-ble newspaper men of the state, :who,
fortunately, are so .vastly in the -ma-jarity;
tout 'because of possible effect

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BUT it WILL give each ami EVERY" subscriber who pays a year for the Daily Star, a $5 Coupon
Bc-ok, redeemable at its faoo value. by any of the Ocala Business Houses mentioned below, or for a
Weekly Star subscription ii $1.30 book redeemable for that amount. Past due subscriptions, Dai Daily
ly Daily or Weekly, will get a book for each year paid.
The following firms of Ocala will allow yon the discounts set opposite their names on all cash pur purchases
chases purchases made when Star Subscription Coupons are presented at the time of making purchases:

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

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ing receiving the coupon book is at the grocery store, you trade twenty dollars worth, you give the clerk $19 or
your check, and ha will tear cut of your book $1 worth of coupons and your bill is paid. You have
gotten back a dollar of your subscription money. Your next purchase is at the furniture house, whose
name you see on the back of the coupen ( and you are pleased when you see they Till give 10 per
cent, discount); you buy a bed for $10 $9 in cash and $1 worth of coupons squares you at this place.
You've saved $2 already. -Your purchase at the drugstore is $5 $4.75 and a 25c coupon straight straightens
ens straightens you there. Suppose the purchase is only $1 at the next store; 95 cents in cash and a 5 cent
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Just keep in mind, when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat your cake and keep it too,"
if you take advantage of our MERCHANTS' CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
paper, come in, pay up and get a book. If you are not now taking the Evening Star or the Weekly
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letter, check or express money order, and coupon book will be mailed to your address.

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Ocala, Florida

upon the project for which this com commission
mission commission has been made responsible,
it is deemed advisable to make cate categorical
gorical categorical Teply to some of the baseless
statements -which have been made thi
pretext for apepal to prejudice
against this undertaking:
The Fruit Exhibit
A fruit exhibit in competition with
California, or upon anything like the
scale which that state will attempt
is not contemplated. With the pres president
ident president of the Florida Citrus Exchange
and four others of the mcst extensive
growers and shippers in the state
serving cn this commission, it is felt
that the Interests of the Florida fruit
grower and of the state are fairly
well protected.
"Mr. Wessels"-
The suggested inquiry "where
does IMr. Wessels get his," which has
been so extensively echoed, is an answered
swered answered by the statement that the
gentJeman in question does not get
his or anyone's else. The facts are
that a "New York concern made a
(proposition to raise money for the
exjposdtlon fund and sent its repre representative
sentative representative to Florida for that purpose.
The proposal .was tentatively consid considered,
ered, considered, ibut has not 'been entered into
by the commission and the New York
man spent just three days in Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. As a matter of fact, he had left
the state several dajs 'before he 'be 'became
came 'became the subject of 'discussion in the
press.
Alleged "Attack Upon the Press'y
An "article which appeared some sometime
time sometime ago in one of the Jacksonville
papers concerning the opposition of
certain newspaper men to this pro project
ject project has been charged against this
commission and has been the subject
of considerable editorial discussion.
The fact ds that the article in ques question
tion question was neither written nor sug suggested
gested suggested by any member of this com commission
mission commission or employee thereof and this
could easily have been determined by
reasonable investigation. It has not
been, nor is it now the policy of this
commission, to make war oipon any
individuals or interests; tout, on the
contrary, to endeavor to reconcile
any differences which would appear
to interfere with or prevent harmon harmonious
ious harmonious cooperation upon the part of all
persons ihaving the good of Florida
at 'heart in the work in 'which the
commission Is engaged. The only
connection which the commission had
with the matter -?.'as that four or five
copies of th article 'were Clipped and
mailed out from its headquarters toe toe-fore
fore toe-fore this came to the attention of the
responsible, officials, when the mail mailing
ing mailing was stopped.
"Junketing and Banqueting"
The charges made that the com commission
mission commission has spent and intends to
spend the moneys raised by sub subscription
scription subscription for their own pleasure and
in junkets and ibanquets (one paper
suggesting that $50,000 would be
spent that way) would scarcely de deserve
serve deserve serious consideration except for
the fact that the men on the com com-mission
mission com-mission ;have defrayed ail of their
own expenses and that they and their
business associates ;have advanced
about $3,000 to make possible the
preliminary' work which had to, be
entered upon without delay.v A con con-sideration
sideration con-sideration of tho personnel of the
commission, it is believed, is a suf sufficient
ficient sufficient refutation of thee columnious
charges.
What we are attempting to do for
Florida is no more than what is be being
ing being done tin all of the progressive and
wide-awake states of the Union, and,
since it has been so strongly em emphasized
phasized emphasized that the last legislature
failed to make provision by appro appropriation
priation appropriation for (Florida's 'participation

in the exposition, it should be consid considered
ered considered also that sdeh is precisely the
case in most of the other states, who
are practically all raising funds and
providing for state representation in
just the way Florida has undertaken
to do. In fact, -we have it cn the
word of one of the Florida papers
that has not expressed approval of
our iproject that the state of Califor California,
nia, California, where the exposition 'is to -be
held, did not make legislative appro appropriation
priation appropriation for the. purpose. Yet $10, $10,-000,000
000,000 $10,-000,000 Is to be spent by the people
of that state in. -furtherance of the
great undertaking.
We believe what we are trying to
do ds distinctly worth while. It can
be made gloriously possible, or be
Tendered infinitely more difficult, by
the attitude of the state press. We
feel that all interests and agencies
having the welfare of Florida at
heart should cooperate in this under undertaking.
taking. undertaking. Certainly it should not be
opposed for reasons of "bias or pre prejudice.
judice. prejudice. We commend the considera consideration
tion consideration of the situation to your Ibest
judgment and to the sense of fair fairness
ness fairness and justice which should actuate
the men -who -have the responsibility
of moulding public opinion in our
great state.
Florida State Commission.

OPEX DAY AND NIGHT

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

CAOGHTWA TRAP
Swinburne's Odd Adventure on
the Coast of Normandy.

FACED A MADDENING DEATH.

A Perilous Feat That For a Time En Entombed
tombed Entombed Him In a Narrow Tunnel of
Solid Rock and Came Near Putting a
Prem&ture End to His Mortal Career.
Ill hix youth Swinburne was a fa famous
mous famous KWlimner. mid for year be used
to retirt In summer to the picturesque
little riiiai of EtrvtaL on the Nor Normandy
mandy Normandy coast, there to breast the waved
oud to minder aUiut the chalk cliffs
and jraze forth from some coitfn of van vantage
tage vantage niMti "the blowu. wet fate of the
sea"
One day he met with a singular ad adventure,
venture, adventure, which has uever bv?n told lu
print, and came near putting a prema premature
ture premature end to his mortal career.
At out polut of the coast a rast natu natural
ral natural arch nearly -1X feet In height la
formed by a dying buttress at right an angles
gles angles to the general line of the cliffs,
which plants its foot below high water
mark on the shing!e beach. The cen central
tral central muss of this buttress fell or was
eaten away by the waves In prehis prehistoric
toric prehistoric ages, leaving a pointed gothic
doorway of remarkable symmetry ana
mightier than any ever built by man.
It is a famous landmark of the coast
and Is to be seen lu countless mariue
pictures painted lu the latter half of
thejast century.
The outer springer or pier of thU
gigantic arch Is submerged at flood
tide, but when the water recedes It Is
seen to be pierced by a small hole or
tunnel, also of natural formation, pass
iug clear through the substance of the
chalk from one side to the other. This
bole is partly choked up with the dint
pebbles of which the beach is com composed,
posed, composed, but space enough remains for a
man to crawl through.
The passage is about sixty feet In
length, but Is bent in Its course, so that
when halfway through daylight cannot
be seen lu either direction. It was a
local fett of the athletic young tisher
men of the region to wriggle their way
through the tunnel at low tide.
Swinburne had witnessed one of
these performances and made, up bis
mind to attempt the passage himself
- lie chose a day following one of the
tierce storms of late August. When he
reached the spot the sun was setting
and the beach was deserted. He did
not thln! It worth while to remove any
of the. rough tweed outing garments
that he wore, but got down ou his
hands and knees and begau worming
himself idto the darkness of ihe hole.
At first all went well, but as he pro
ceeded Ihe passage narrowed and the
slimy walls of the chalk rock so Im Impeded
peded Impeded his movements that he was un unable
able unable any longer to use bis arms freely,
but cou!3 only push with his feet and
undulate his body. He had reached
the bend ot the tunnel and the dark darkness
ness darkness was absolute. He still pressed ou.
but only to tlnd himself wedged in yet
more lightly.
A minute more and he realized with
horror that he could no longer move
an Inch either forward or backward.
The waives had heaped the pebbles up
In the center, and he was now a: mly

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It was evenfng. There was nu
chance of any ones coming to his res rescue.
cue. rescue. No one had seen hlra enter the
tunnel, or had been informed "of hia
purpose. His presence there might not
be discorered in days or weeks, and
meanwhile the tide would have risen
and fallen many times, and be would
have becu helplessly drowned.
In black darkness. K)werless to stir,
be must Me and wait for, the certain
end. The recession and rise of the
tide would take, he calculated, not less
than six long hours, and his best hope

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was mat roaaness wouia renaer elm
unconscious long before the end came.
. But as he lay there a sound came
to his cap that chilled his nerves wlUi
a fresh terror. It was the sound of o
wave breaking at the farther mouth
of the-tunnel. The tide was rising and
In a few minutes It would begin to fill
the narrow passage.

The realization of this fact pa. -a I y zed
him for a moment: then it stimulated
nini to almost superhuman effort.
Forcing himself on his left side, he
succeeded in getting his right arm out
beyond him. It gave his body a little
more play.
Ity desperate but systematic, wrig wriggling
gling wriggling and twisting? be was able to
wurk away from lueath him some cf
the loose shingle, and to gain a little
forward. The exertion was tremendous
nd far beyond his natural strength,
but he was working for life or death death-It
It death-It was a race between him and the
tide.
The end wa sudden. The tnnnel
abruptly enlarged. He could now
crawl on hands and knees. As he
scrambled forward, trembling and
gasping, a rush of water met and sub submerged
merged submerged him. but It carried him with it
as It receded. It flung him forth Into Into-the
the Into-the open air like a wreck of seaweed,
bruised, choking and exhausted, but
alive, with the blessed sky above him.

Another, wave caught him and drove

him up on the bead, and he retained
Just sense and strength enough to
scramble up a little farther, beyond
Immediate danger.
"I know. he said afterward, "the
feelings of a soul saved from hell.
James Welton IJray In St. Lonfo Republic.

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State of Ohio. City of Toledo,
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aforesaid, and that said firm will
pay the sum of ON'E .HUNDRED
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of catarrh that canot be cured by
the use of -HALL'S CATARRH
CURE. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to (before me and subscrib subscribed
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December, A. D., 1886. (Seal)
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F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, C- ;
Sold by all 'druggists. 75 cents cents-Take
Take cents-Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation,
stipation, constipation, adv
Love.
This I, moreover, hold and dare af affirm
firm affirm where'er my rhyme may go.
Whatever things be sweet cr fair, love
mnke3 them so. Whether it be the lul lullabies
labies lullabies that charm to rest the nursling;
bird, or that sweet confidence of sighs
and blushes, made wiiheut a void.
Whether the dazzling and the flush of
softly sumptucus garden bowers, or by
eome cabin dcor, a bush of ragged
flowers. Alice Can'.

RHEUMATISM PAIN'S STOPPED
. The first application of Sloan's
Liniment goes right to the painful
part it penetrates without rubbing;
it stops the rheumatic pains
around the jofnts and gives relief
and comfort. Don't suffer! Get a
nottle today! It i3 a family medi medicine
cine medicine for all pains, hurts, bruises,
cuts, sore throat and chest pains.
Prevents infection. 'Mr. Chas. H.
Went worth, California, writes: "It
did wonders for my rheumatism,
pain is gone as soon as I apply it. I
recommend it to my friends as the
best liniment I ever used." Guar Guaranteed.
anteed. Guaranteed. 25 cents, at your drug druggist,
gist, druggist, tues-thurs-frl-w

You cannct cpn cnd?nce as yon
do an oy?tt it r-.-- sntly from
within In Tfr?.err to cnlnl, stimu stimulating
lating stimulating influence frcn v5tncut. as a bud
becomes a ro.e. Gevrz?! Jordan.

CHAMHERLAIV8 COLIC, CHOL CHOLERA
ERA CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDV

"I advised the 'boys when they
enlisted for the Spanish war to take
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy with them, and
have received many thanks for the
advice given," writes J. II. Hough Hough-land,
land, Hough-land, Eldon, Iowa. No person wheth whether
er whether traveling or at home should be

without this great remedy. For sale

by all dealers.

Adv

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Loses Its Charm.
It's difficult for a newly married
man to generate much enthusiasm
over his bribe's beautiful hair after
he has seen her pile It cn the bureau
for the Liht

DIZZV? BILIOUS? CONSTIPATED?
Dr. King's New Life Pills -will
cure you, cause a healthy flow of bile
and rid your stomach and bowels of
waste and fermenting body poisons.
They are a tonic to your stomach
and liver and tone the general sys system.
tem. system. First dose will cure you of
that depressed, dizzy, nilious and
constipated condition. 25c. all drug druggists.
gists. druggists. tues-thrus-fri-w
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
OF PARTNERSHIP

Notice is hereby given that the
co-partnership of Paul J. Theus and
Robert L. Singleton as co-partners
lately doing busfness under the Ann
name and style of Theus-Zachry Co.,
is hereby mutual consent dissolved.
Paul J. Theus.
9-8-tues Robert L. Singleton.

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TOE OCALiA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1014
pleased to note that thi3 popular
couple have decided to make Ocala
their nome this winter and wHl come
over from the beach about the first
of October.
I OCALA i SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
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(If you Have any sterns for this department call phone 105)

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Thought for tli. Day
Ixve witih all your hear: and soul;
Lrov'e with eyes and ears and touch,
That's the moral of the .whole
You can never love too -much.
51iss Henrietta Rabe feft yesterday
for her home in Birmingham, Ala.,
arter a lengthy visit in nliis city with
tier aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mri
Fred Vlhe and family.
Mrs. O. EL Yancey came in yester yesterday
day yesterday from a short stay in Jackson-
t,
ville, f where slie went 1 o consult an
eye specialist. 3 ;
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"Miss Cora Griffin of Anthony has
returned to tier home Rafter a short
afcay in the city, .combining business
with "pleasure. i
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Miss I-4llie Frost lias returned after
a delightful month's visit to Tate
Springs, Tenn., and remits in NJorth
Carolina. ;
.
lMrs. Carl J. Weihe left early this
morning for her home cn "New Yerk,
where sihe was called yesterday to
the bedside of !her imotlher who we
are sorry to learn is vijryill.- 'Mrs.
Weihe will sail from Jacksonville on
the Mohawk this afternoon.
Mrs. R. Tydings and Miss Annie
JDavis are spending a j few days at
their cottage at 'Norths Lake iWeir.
'Mrs. Bhelton Souter .nd daughter,
Miss Shelly Souter, wero shopping dn
the city yesterday from parr.
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'Mrs. 13. J. Redding came home yes yesterday
terday yesterday 'from 'a short visit to 'her son
arid daughter-in-law, Mr. and !Mrs.
W. A. Qftedding and family in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. .Whpffl sho .WAT1. n few r!nva

ago especially on acoount of tthe ill illness
ness illness of iier granddaug'hter,, Miis Gen Genevieve
evieve Genevieve HeddingT -who wai$ operated on
for appendicitis. We regret to learn
that Bliss (Bedding's condition is not
encouraging.- )'':
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iMr. J &s. D. MoDona 1 d has ire turn ed
from a week-end pent in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, .where he went especially to
make the acquaintance' of (his little'

niece. Miss iMcJonaId, .who was iborn

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end visit to 'Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Ze Ze-wadski,
wadski, Ze-wadski, Sr., and family.

Mrs. -Mamie Fox and her smart litN

Cle nephew, (Master vFrank Ditto, re returned
turned returned home, today from their vaca vacation
tion vacation in the fnountains of northwest
Georgia. Tljey spent most of their
time in the retty village of aienlo,
?by one of th spurs of Lookout, with
several days on the mountain itself,
at Cloudland Park, one of the most

.picturesque -places on the range

i ney aierix'-Tcr-iuirattanooga, and
visited the points of interest in that
handsome and enterprising city. On
taetfr ;way to the mountains, they
ispent several days with ifriends in
Atlanta.
!Mrs. (Edward Xix and little son left
this afternoon for a visit to relatives
at Wauchula.
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Mr. ari'd Mrs. B. W. McDonald and
tittle daughter, Til orrie May, who
iiave ibeen the guests of relatives In
this city for the past week, returned
to their ihome in Jacksonville today.
CMr. iWilliam Hooker 3eJ!t today for
a visit to his family at Daytona
Beach. They iwfill return .with him in
a few days.
'Mrs. Jessie Patterson; and little
daughter, Anna, returned yesterday
afternoon to Clearwater after a short
visit in this city to Ir. and Qlrs.
Walter 'Hood.
'
iMr. and (Mrs. C. Y. OLiller have re returned
turned returned from a short visit to Crystal
'River, 'wihere they went to enjoy the
excel lent fishing and visit -with
friends.
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5xss.- G. K. WTilliam3 und daughter
'" ,1 fx T.rrevTi A t, ".V. .,1. 'i j. I'k

. ttivKuuiug 'mo 'weeit i.. 'ax uorvn
Iiakse Wfdr. They 'have -taken a cot cottage
tage cottage B2ifl 4 will -keep Open 'house durr
Ing their -sray at this d elightf ml re
sort. 1

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IMrs. C. iLane and ; cousin, 'Miss

(Mrs. JLano's son and daughter-iri-la w,
Or. "and Mrs. W. K. Lane, left for
Ktheir ihome at Clearwater last night.
'
31 r. and IMrs. I. F. Bennett 1 and

lamily arrived 'here ttis afternoon
from a summer spent wit)h Mr. Ben Bennett's
nett's Bennett's (parents, Mr. and '. 'Mrs. F. L.
Bennett tin Oh ica go. The many
frier this poijalar oung couple
wUl ibe interested to know that they
-will again make their home at rha
:resldehce of Mrsr-Bennett's brother.

Qlr. William Camp on Cump Heights.
IMrs. W. 3. Jennings arrived at
Seabreeze this afternooa for a visit
of a few days with iMrs. iWilliam
Hooker and 'family at their cottage
on the 'beach. '
'Mrs. S. R. Wthaley was the nostess
of the Methodist sewing circle yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon. at her "htwne on Okla Okla-fwaha
fwaha Okla-fwaha avenue. Assist?! 'by "her
daughter, IMiss Blanche .Whaley, (Mrs.
Whaley served ice cream and cake.
The ladies spent a most delightful
and profitable afternoon -plying their
needles.;; 7. '" v . ;
liss Glinnie Hussey of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville has as iher guest- Mrs. Bfcta
Hood. iRobinson of this city and lit little
tle little niece, Miss Clifton Sexton.
Arriving on the iMoha;wk yesterday
"in Jacksonville were (Mr. and Mrs.
George (Mckean and daughter, !Miss
iMarie MoKean, en route to their
liome in Tampa from a deligMful
visit to ffjake Chauitauqua, sN. Y.
Qliss JBettie jM elver entertained the
Presibyterian sewing j circle very
pleasantly at iher home on Pine
street yesterday afternoon. She
served (her guests to cream and cake.
3Ir. L. R. Chazal and daughter,
iTiss Onie Chazal, left this afternoon
for Jacksonville, and Miss Chazal
leaves tonight for Asheville to re resume
sume resume her school duties.
Mr. and IMrs. W. K. Zewadski, Jr.,
smd iittle son left this afternoon for
Gael r home in Tampa, after a week-

, IMiss iHannay iBllis is the guest of
'Misses Elizabeth and CMeme Travis, at
their summer ihome at 'Lake Weir.
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'Miss 'Isabel Burton arrived this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon from iSparr, and will be the
overnight viisitor of Mrs, QI. 1M. (Little.
'Miss iBurton lis a recent graduate bf
a "Boston school of elocution and iwill
'give it wo numbers at the Epworth
League literary meeting tonfgnt.

LOn September 14, 1814, (Frances

iScott Key was inspired to iwrite the
the greatpoem, the Star Spangled
Banner, Vhltoh iwe now claim as our

national vantBi'&m

JOHN IVJUHAX
The silent death angel came in
the night and called from our midst
John !D. Juhan. Hi3 -illness from
Monday until Thursday was short
and severe.
Among those dearest to him, his
life passed out in the early morning
of the 11th.
'Mr. Juhan was born at West Point,
Ga., nearly twenty-seven years ago,
and :vlien quite young the family
came to Ocala, where he spent his
toyhood days. At an early age he
chose to 'be a 'pharmacist. After pre previous
vious previous clerkship he at eighteen came
to Crystal .River to clerk in the
drugstore then owned by 'Mr. J. T.
Rawls and Dr. Taylor. Later 'he ibe ibe-came
came ibe-came a partner and then sole owner.
He was also a bank director and a
trustee of the Presbyterian church.
He was a leader among the young
people, a friend to all and a loving,
dutiful son. He leaves to mourn his
death nis mother, Mrs. 'M. C. Juhan

and two sisters, Mrs. C. A. Davis of

Jacksonville and Mrs. D. B. Mayo of

Ocala, and a host of friends through

out the state.
The funeral services were held at
the (house at 9 a. m. Saturday and

the body was taken to Ocala for

iburial in the family lot.
Crystal River, Fla. A Friend.

THE STAR SPANGLED
BANNER CELEBRATION

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In Baltimore last

iwe ek a gfeaC d em onstraiti on was

given each oay in its ihonor. Miss
'Mary Connor represented Ocala on,

this occasion.

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A reception is to be 'iheld at the

Woman's Club 'building Tuesday eve evening
ning evening under tthe auspices of the SBade
County Canning Club, to give the op opportunity
portunity opportunity for everyone to meet and
ibecome acquainted '7ith Prof, and
(Mrs. J. tH. Workman and Miss Ellen1
Harris. Mr. (Workman is the new
principal of the iMlami high school,
and IMiss (Harris is at the head of the
state canning, club.- 'Miami iHerald.
IMiss Elizabeth iMays -was in the
city today en route to Dunnellon
from Chicago, whero she 'has Ibeen
all summer taking a special course at
the University of Chicago. (Miss Mays
is principal of the Dunnellon liigli
school, 'Which -will ibegin its session

next Monday.
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Qlr. Dow Beck of Cottage Hill and

daughter, &Iiss Mebel Beck, were

shopping in the city todaycombining
'business iwith pleasure.
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 Ruth Lee 'will leave next week
for ILake City, where sihe rwill take
up vocal and literature at Columbia
College.- Metropolis.
iMiss Hallie Ley, sister of 'Mrs. .T.
!F. Alexander, will arrive in Tampa
this week to spend the winter. IMiss
Ley was the successful nead of the
Mndergarteri department of Miss
White's school last winter and will
(hold the same position this year.
Tampa Times.
,
!Mr. and (Mrs. T. iF. Alexander, ac accompanied
companied accompanied (by the flatter's father,
IRev. J. B. Ley, motored to Lakeland
Saturday for the week-end. iMr. Ley
'had spent several days in Tampa vis visiting
iting visiting :his daughter and son-in-law.
Tampa Times.
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iMiss Clara Johnson, (Miss Virginia
Sistrunk and Dr. E. G. Lindner re returned
turned returned last evening from a ten days'
visit to ?Daytona Beach, where they
ihag a pleasant outing. The young
ladies weTe chaperoned 'by Mr. and
SMrs. 'A. C. Hamrdck during their
stay at the Seaside Inn. e are

The Epworth .'League will celebrate
the one 'hundredth anniversary of
the writing of our national hymn,
this evening at the nome of
Mr. and Mrs. T. 1M. Moore, on Fort
Kin gavenue, at 7:30 o'clock, by the
Tendering of the following program:
"The White and Gold" league
song, to air, "Red, White and Blue."
Accompanist, Miss Mabel Bachelder.

(Scripture reading, Ps. 21:27-28.'
Special prayer for our nation, Dr.
J. iM. Gross.
Vocal solo, "Star Spangled Ban Banner"
ner" Banner" -Miss Gladys Martin.
The Star Spangled Banner cele celebration
bration celebration Carol -Fraser.
. Orchestra.
Reading, Miss Isabelle Burton.
iHistory of our National Hymn Hymn-Leo
Leo Hymn-Leo Rilea.
Piano and violin duet by Miss
Bertie Smith and "Ned Smith.
I Selection, "Practical -Patriotism"
Miss Martha -Kate Ren tz.
! Instrumental selection, Carleton
ErrIn.
I (Frances Scott Key- Miss Florence

ILteitner.

Voval duet, "The Old Red, White
and Blue" (Misses IXan Brooks and
Susie lErvin.
Reading, Miss Isabelle 'Burton.
Orchestra.
; Selection, ".Daniel lEmmett and
fDixie" Clifford Peabody.
' Piano selection, (patriotic) Miss
iMariie Rurnett. v
Wnat Real Patriotism Is L. IN.
Green.
Instrumental selection Miss -Kate
Carleton.
League announcements and (bene (benediction.
diction. (benediction. This celebration lias 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 Epworth League. The
orchestra is composed of Misses

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Carleton louse
Board and Rooms.
. Rates Reasonable.
203 XORTH 5IAIX- ST.
PHONE 193

Ocala,

Florida

NEW LOCATION.

J have moved my store from
South Main street to the JBurnett
(building on East Port King, ave avenue,
nue, avenue, where I shall oe pleased to
meet my old as wrell as new pat patrons
rons patrons iri the future when they are
in nesd of anything in the line of
Ne v or Second Hand Furniture
and House Furnishings. I have
now on hand several exceptional
bargains in Second Hand :. Bed
Room Sets, Oil Stoves and Rockers.

A. Nl. BQBBITT,
14 FORT KING AVENUE

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These two features will impress you most
when you inspect our beautiful hew 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
strong, our high priced one is surpassing in
Elegance and Designs.
Our d.scrimination has been busy before
yours begins.

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OCALA,

FLORIDii

Gladys Martin and ertie Smith,

Messrs. Ten!Eyck and Ned Smith.

iIiss 'Burton of Sparr, who is a re

cent graduate from a .Boston school

of elocution, rwlll -give (two numbers.

Come and bring your friends.

Onion sets for fall planting. Ocala
Seed Store. 8-18-tf

UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sals
For Rent and Similar Local Needs

IFOR RENT- Six-room cottage, elec elec-tricity,
tricity, elec-tricity, gas and water; convenient conveniently
ly conveniently located in good neighborhood;
$18 per month. Address, Cottage,
care Star. 9-1 1-6 1

"VVIAINTED Year around proposition
on. farm by wliite man with exper experience;
ience; experience; not afraid of work; can go
to work at once. Address Par Parmer,
mer, Parmer, care Star. 9-ll-6t

FOR SAEE Scond hand gas stove
cheap for casu; 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.
4 th' streets, has several large, airy
rooms, which she will rent on easy
terms. 92-2w
LOST A pair of. eyeglasses In skel skeleton
eton skeleton gold frames. "Were lost In
the uptown A. C. L. yard. $1 re reward.
ward. reward. Leave at the Star office. 3t

FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
neart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
LOST Two pairs of men's trousers;
one gray, one .blue; between Gates'
garage over Lime street out of
town and the 8-mile post on the
Dunnellon foard road; lost Aug.
29 th. Finder will please return to
Star office. P. H. Pedrick, Dun Dunnellon,
nellon, Dunnellon, Fla. 9-1 5-6 t
FOR SALE No. 10 Smith-Premier
typewriter in first class condition.
Price $48, cash. AddTess, Box
491, Ocala, Fla. 9-14-3t

WANTED To borrow $200 to $500
on good security for two to five
years. Address, B. B. W., care
Ocala Star. 9-14-lt

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FIRST CLASS. Meals and Berth Included.
This Special Rate good on any of the Company's
Steamers
August 22d to October 17tli, Inclusive.
Return Limit 10 Days.
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Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
For reservations and further particulars apply to
; EL (Go WEMZEIL,
Florida Passenger Agent,
122 West Hay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.

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REGISTRATION 1VOTICE
. The registration book for district
No. 1, (Ocala), will be open on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each
week from the 1st Monday In August
till the second Saturday In October,
1914. in all othr districts two days la
each week from the 1st Monday In
September till the second Saturday in

October. This registration does not
a?ply to any person who was a regis registered
tered registered voter prior to Jan. 1st, 3n,
Those who registered this year for tha
first time In. Marion county, thoug-h.
they may bare voted In the primary
cannot vote In the November election
unless they register again prior to th
second Saturday In October.
7-23-6 wks dly D. 1L BAH CO.

Supervisor Keffistrat'.on Marlon Co.



THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1014

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3 JINK NEWS FOR THE FANS

If You Want the Latest Ifctseball
Dope, Go to Krt'jjer's Place in the
Jjjjte Afternoon and Evening.
'Ajj the 'Star's baseball reports
cone in after 'the paper goes td
press, dt has decided to bulletin thorn,
so the fans won't 'have to wait till
iie t day for the news.
They will he -displayed at Kreger's
and, beginning this evening,will give
?the most important results right
from the diamonds until the season
clones.

TIDIES WEIIE NOT TO BLAME

' -Editor Star: In reference to the

criticism of ithe Greenwood Cemetery
Asjsociation in allowing the pine
trei in the cemetery to he killed,
we -wish to, state that the cemetery
grounds are owned toy private indi individuals,
viduals, individuals, and (the stockholders do not
consult the ladies when they make
changes 'which they deem wise. The
3 ad ies simply keep the g rou n d s A n
order as far -as their collections per per-.init,
.init, per-.init, A. visitor to the cemetery can
readily see from the dreadful condi condition
tion condition of some of tlie lots that the own own-era
era own-era of those lots do not subscribe to
the fund, either for their 3ots or ad adjoining
joining adjoining walks and drives. Our funds
for -the year 1014 are nearly exhaust exhausted
ed exhausted and as we feel a pride in the ap appearance
pearance appearance of the cemetery we wish to
put the whole place in order, and we
hope no one 'living in Ocala 'will be
so careless or indifferent to their
dead as to fail to help us in this un undertaking.
dertaking. undertaking. Lets not forget.
(Ladies' Ceme.tery Association.

Statement of the Condition of tlie
3CALA IIATIHL BANK
OP OCALA,-FLORIDA
Saturday, September 12th, 1914

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts, Ma Marion
rion Marion county warrants
and securities $314,432.20
United States bonds to
secure circulation.. 75,000.00
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures .... 40,000.00
CASH
In vaults $39,924.41
Due from
banks 42,439.61 82,364.02

$511,796.22

LIABILITIES
Capital stock (fully paid

in)

.$ 75,000.00

Surplus (earned) 15,000.00
Undivided profits . 2,099.05
Circulation . . 74,200.00
DEPOSITS ........ 345,497.17

$511,796.22
Depository' of
THE UNITED STATES,
THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
THE COUNTY OF MARION and
THE CITY OF OCALA.
OCALA NATIONAL BANK
Jno. L. Edwards, President,
Clarence Camp, 'Vice President.
H. D. Stokes, Cashier.

OPEN D.ii AND NIGHT
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at any ao:.t. Adv.

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HAS KNOCKED THE BOND
ISSUE IN THE HEAD

When the council meets tonight, a
majority of the members will find
their playhouse tern down, as the
mayor has, returned the bond ordi ordinance
nance ordinance with bis veto atached to it.
For this action, the mayor gives a
number of reasons, of which the fol following
lowing following are -the most important:
First, on account of the depression
caused -by the -war, 'he does not think
this an auspicious time for a bond
issue.
Second, all purposes for which
bonds are to be issued are bunched.
A man in voting, must vote for or
against, all the items. The mayor
thinks the different purposes should
be distinguished, so the voter could
express his choice.
(He doubts that the plan of the
council for establishing the municipal
ice factory is legal.
For the same reasons, or some of
them, he vetoes the smaller 'bond
issue for a new electric plant.
Since the ordinance was passed by
the council, the Star has quietly con consulted
sulted consulted a number of citizens regard regarding
ing regarding the bond issue, and judging from
their expressions the mayor's veto is
in 'line -with public sentiment.

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Mr. Frank M. Thomas, agent for
the American Automobile Associa Association,
tion, Association, came in this morning from j
South Florida points on a prelimi preliminary
nary preliminary tour of the state".
'He will about the first of October
start out from Tampa on a tour of
twenty-five states under the auspices
of the Florida iPu'blicity Bureau, of
which the governor is president, an'd

many of the 'state's most prominent
men are directors. He 'will have on
his tour thousands of copies of a re recent
cent recent publication containing write-ups
of (Florida's resources.
The tour contemplated will take
in the country from Jacksonville to
Boston, across country to 'Milwaukee,
St. 'Louis and other western cities,
then returning via Kentucky, Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee and Alabama to Tallahassee,
thence to Jacksonville and down the
east coast to 'Miami, and across the
Everglades .back to Tampa.
The trip Is to be made in 150 days
and will cover 8000 .miles. (Mr.
Thomas is accompanied by !his wife
and two sons, and drives a large
touring car. :

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Life had evidently become a (bur

den to lElectra Crawford, colored,

and last evening at about 9 o'clock
she decided to leave this world of

troubles and trials via tne cocaine

route.
'Her groans brought a police offi officer
cer officer to her 'home on iNorth Magnolia
street just north of the Seaboard
railroad, and it was evident from a
half ounce bottle of cocaine found by
iher side that this was the agent
of her undoing. She only lived a
short time after she was found by
the officer.
'Nearly onefourth of the contents
of the bottle 'had been used, indicat indicating
ing indicating that she ihad swallowed enough
of the drug to kill several families.
Justice Ferguson this morning
held a coroner's inquest over the
body at the woman's (house. After
the jury had examined two witnesses
it adjourned to meet at noou at the
office of the justice. The coroner's
jury consists of A. A. Hillman.
George Johns, A. B. Fort, E. E.
Dobbs, G. R. Smith and R. Walters.
Electra was only about twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five years of age and dt is said she
recently came to Ocala 'from one
of the phosphate mining towns in the
southern part of the state.-
The coroner's jury met at the ap appointed
pointed appointed time and after hearing all
the testimony rendered a verdict of
suicide.

FROM THE COUNTY

DEMONSTRATION AGENT

JOHNSON IS IN THE JUG

On a charge of ourglary and the
handling of hum checks a white man
giving the nam of O. J. Johnson is
now in the city jail awaiting develop developments.
ments. developments. A desk being used by Contractor
Odell at the primary school annex
was broken into some time during
the early part of last night. The
only items missed were two blank
checks from Mr. Odell's check (book.
Investigation this morning brought
out the fact that Johnson had last
night presented a check for fifteen
dollars at a number of places of bus business
iness business purporting to have ibeen sign signed
ed signed by Mr. Odell, and made payable
to O. J. Sanford. At present it is
not known whether' this check was
finally cashed or not.
Johnson was arrested this morn morning
ing morning by Officer Phelps after 'being iden identified
tified identified by several witnesses as the man
who ihad presented the check last
evening.
Johnson is a bricklayer and was
employed on the annex last Saturday.

Berlin, Fla., Sept. 14, 1314.
Editor Star: Please allow me
space in your valuable paper to reply

to 'Mr. J. D. Rooney's article of last

week, relative to the demonstration
work in '.Marion county. 'Mr. Rooney
is in a position to see and appreciate
what the demonstration agent is do doing
ing doing and how the various sections of

the county appreciate the work. The

demonstrations do not consist only in
preparing your land more thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly and putting tin a lot of humus to
grow only corn and cotton, but it
covers every phase of farming, not
only growing and marketing of crops.
It stands out as a tmonument of in intelligence,
telligence, intelligence, ever ready and willing to
help any farmer In any way for the
betterment of his condition, morally,
sooiallyand financially. Its scope of

usefulness is unlimited, if the far farmer
mer farmer will only take advantage of the
opportunity, offered. These, instruc instructions
tions instructions sent out by the department are
concrete facts, and practical meth methods,
ods, methods, not theoretical as some are often
here. A demonstration agent is only
a missionary to carry the message
from the department of agriculture
direct to the farmer; to come face
to 'face with the people so If any
doubt as to how these instructions
were obtained, he can fully explain.
On 5S7 acres In 'Marion county in
1913 worked, under the instructions
of the department of agriculture
there "was an increase of 16 ibusheJs
per acre over the same number of
acres on similar land with the same
weather conditions under the old
method of cultivation .which you can
readily see amounts to 9392 bushels
of corn alone, saying nothing of 200
co-operators ,who doubtless 'have
made a similair showing, whom we
do not get a report from. I want to
voice 'Mr. Rooney's sentiments. In
some ways the demonstration agents
do not get the co-operation that they
9hould. Possibly this is not done in intentionally,
tentionally, intentionally, 'but iby mere carelessness.
To prove my assertion, our Fair As Association
sociation Association has always overlooked the
importance of our boys corn, and girls
tomato, club work by not offering
some prizes for-each of these clubs.
I will admit the 'boys and girls have
always been paid prizes, but the
money practically was given by Mr.
Z. C. Chamblis3, Dr." J. C. Boozer and
Mr. Ed. Carmichael. I don't want it
understood that I am kicking but am
merely mentioning these facts.
When -Alachua county decided to
have a fair, the first thing they con considered
sidered considered was awarding prizes to the
Boys' Corn Club and the Gilrs To Tomato
mato Tomato Club. Not only do they give
fifty dollars !n prizes to the fcoys, but
each boy who exhibits ten ears of
corn at the air receives an Ingersol
watch free. The same amount of
money will be given to the girls of
the tomato club. Hamilton County
Fair has put up two hundred dollars
for premiums for the Boys Corn Club
work. '.Mr. Editor I simply refer to!
these matters that all may guard
against them in the future and not
let the Marion County Fair he behind
in anything, but let's -be up and doing
and show our colors. Marion has the
best fair and why not make every everything
thing everything pertaining to it the best. We
can if we will and we will.
S. J. McCully, County Agt.

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THIS OCALA EVENING STAB, TLSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1914

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One

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Olds Not Bad,
Are They?
. Would you not take a hace
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 jnst what I am
Offering. ..
FIVE CHOICE LOTS $100
EACH.
And a big Bargain at the Price
IX
Marion ieiglits
$100 EACH; $10 Down and $10
A MONTH.
Eiich without interest.
There is a sixth Lot, who gets it?
One of you five do. When the
five are sold the purchasers will
draw for the sixth $100 Lot
One of you five will get it FREE.
TALK TO ME QUCK, for they
will not last a week.
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Ocala,
Florida
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to all Northern and Western points
Automobiles carried.
; For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
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City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street
Jacksonville, Fla.
PHONE 503J
For Good Wood
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Your Order will have
Immediate- Attention-
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
X ALEX AN D:
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.
Has moved his General -Merchandise
Stock from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraket 'to the new
St. Georges Block,
Where he is now located in the
handsome new Corner 'Store, Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia and South Second Street, where
he will he pleased to see his friends
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" ENGINEERING FEATS.
Clever Tricks Wit Which Emergen Emergen-cie
cie Emergen-cie Have Been Met.
Engineering is filled with so many
tricks to meet emergencies that most
of them pass unnoticed, but two have
recently attracted the attention of en engineers
gineers engineers because of their real oddity.
One was a scheme for stopping a
blazing leak in a big high pressure gas
main in San Francisco. Some unknown
men who wanted to make trouble set
off a chemical preparation O the gas
main, with the result that in a few
seconds a hole had been melted in the
main, the gas poured out and a great
flame shot twenty-five feet in the air.
It was then after midnight, and it was
very inadvisable to shut the big main
off, so it was decided to make an at attempt
tempt attempt to stop the leak without shutting
off the gas.
An oil well trick was used. An iron
pipe sir inches in diameter and twenty
feet long was stood on end beside the
gas main and then by careful manipu manipulation
lation manipulation placed directly over the leak.
This sent the leaking gas shooting
through, the pipe and flaming out at the
top twenty feet in the air. Some gas
leaked out at the bottom of the pipe,
but this was easily stopped, so the only
flame was that at the top of the pipe.
Ropes had been attached to the pipe,
and finally at a given signal the ropes
were yanked and the pipe was thrown
many feet nway from the gas main.
The pipe carried the flame with it The
leaking gas then shot directly into the
air from the main, but as there was
no flame near it did not burn. It was
then a comparatively simple task to
plug the hole until permanent repairs
could be made.
The other, scheme was to get to the
top of a high chimney without using
scaffolding or other expensive methods.
The chimney rose two hundred feet be beside
side beside a Missouri power plant, and it was
proposed to attach a sign running up
and down its side. A little parachute
with a stout cord attached was pushed
into the chimney at the bottom, the
flue gases carried it to the top and
then out into the air. It fell on one
side, dragging the cord after it Then
by means of the cord a, rope was pass passed
ed passed up outside of the chimney and down
the inside and the chimney top was
accessible. Saturday Evening Post

DEVILED SHIRTS.
When Dumas Really Thought He Had
Started a New Fashion.
Alexandre Dumas, the famous
French roraanclst. was as recklessly
extravagant as he was abnormally
stout and more than once found him himself
self himself in awkward straits. Indeed, he
was often enough without the com commonest
monest commonest necessities, even of dress, as
when anxious to attend an ambas ambassador's
sador's ambassador's reception be discovered he was
without a single clean shirt among his
linen. A friend who chanced to be
with him at the time volunteered to go
and buy one, only to find that hone of
the shops had in stock a garment suffi sufficiently
ciently sufficiently large to encircle the novelist's
generous girth of neck and chest
At last when on the point of relin relinquishing
quishing relinquishing his search. Dumas' friend
came upon a shop where a shirt called
"the hercules" was advertised. The
name struck him as being one of good
omen, and he entered. But alas, they
had nothing approaching the size re required,
quired, required, unless, indeed, their customer
would care to' take one made to order
of a very corpulent Quartier Latin
student by whom it had been left on
their hands. Although covered with
little red devils careering about in red
flames, it was a case of Hobson's
choice, so the shirt was purchased and
taken home to Dumas, who, doubtless
entering into the humor of the situa situation,
tion, situation, resolved to wear it at the recep reception.
tion. reception. "You would hardly believe it" he
said afterward, "but my costume was
an Immense success, and I really think
I have started a fashion of deviled
shirts for evening wear." London Tit Tit-Bits.
Bits. Tit-Bits.
Kick of the Mule.
A wise man, in his own estimation,
announces that a mule kicks because
It doesn't know any better. This will
greatly surprise many students of con contemporaneous
temporaneous contemporaneous mule life. If ever there
was an animal with low cunning ex expressed
pressed expressed in its eye and its twitching
nostril, that animal is the mule. Its
ability to place a kick where it will
,give the greatest offense to its victim
Is something marvelous. Cleveland
Plain Dealer.
The Spanish Flag.
The red and yellow of the Spanish
flag is said to be. derived from this oc occurrence:
currence: occurrence: In 137S Charles the Bold
dipped his fingers in the blood of Geof Geoffrey,
frey, Geoffrey, count of Barcelona, and drew
them down the count's golden shield in
token of his appreciation of the latter's
bravery. The shield, so marked, be became
came became the arms of Barcelona, which be became
came became part of Aragon. and its arms
were taken by that kingdom.
Winding Clocks.
Be careful about winding clocks.
Wind them always at the same time
and never wind them too tight Find
out just how many full turns of the
key it takes to wind the clock to the
proper point and always stop with that
number of turns.
Roquefort Sheep.
The milk of a single Roquefort sheep
will In a year provide from thirty to
forty pounds of cheese. In that dis district
trict district of France there are about 8.000
sheep devoted to the cheese industry.
A Born Orator.
"Senator Wombat is considerable of
an orator. 1 take it?"
"Oh. yes. He waxes eioquent In bor borrowing
rowing borrowing a match." Pittsburgh Post

PAINT THE SCHEW HOLES.
Then You Can Use Them Over and
Over Again Without Trouble.
Many persons experience -onsIder
able difllculty In getting screws to hold
In screen doors and other movable con
venlences which are p U up and taken
down frequently and which are held
in place by screws. The holes occu occupied
pied occupied by the screws become worn, and
the screws are often quite loose, caus causing
ing causing doors to sag and be otherwise out
of proper order.
Bits of paper, strings and small
pieces of wood are used to partially
fill up the holes so as to cause the
screws to be. tight but these work out
and cause great annoyance, and a fet fetter
ter fetter method is greatly desired.
A coat of paint on the Inside of the
screw holes Is the most satisfactory
remedy for such an annoyance.
When screws are removed paint the
holes with a small pencil brush or a
bit of cloth twisted and dipped in the
paint When the paint fills the creases
made by the threads on the screw and
thoroughly dries the screw will fit
tightly the next time it is thrust into
the cavity. The painting should be
done each time the screws are re removed,
moved, removed, and it will protect the wood as
well as make the holes ready for the
readjustment of the door or other ob
ject which has to be changed quite of
ten. Philadelphia North American.

DR. D. 31. BOXEY
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tory laboratory 2-6 Gary building. A specialty
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DCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
MARIOX-DUXX MASOXIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge .No. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. CM.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERX STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. 31.
Miss Florrie Condon,' Secy.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
KXIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every tMonday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. Gober, C. C
Chas. K. Sage, K, of R. S. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 .meets at
the ,'K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome..
F. J. iBurden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerki Ad
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. na.
Visiting brethern always welcome Jo
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffice.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
COXCORDLl LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.(
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary. Ad.
CHAPTER XO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. "M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
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CHAUTAUQUA MUSIC CONTESTS

One of these Interesting and Enter Entertaining
taining Entertaining Affairs will be Held In
Ocala Next Spring
It i3 well to mention at this time
a feature of the Chautauqua which
is to be held in this city next March,
which bid3 fair to be one of much in interest
terest interest to this community, as well as
the sourrounding counties, namely,
the musical contest.
The contest will be confined to the
piano this year.
Music has uplifted many a weary
soul; it has broadened many minds;
under its influence mankind has
been spurred on to overcome seem seemingly
ingly seemingly impossible tasks. It has been
recognized that beyond all -doubt a
taste and love for high class music
takes an active part in the mould moulding
ing moulding of men and women of real worth.
Who hath no music in his soul shr
Realizing these facts, Dr. George
Selden Waldo, director of the Chau Chautauqua
tauqua Chautauqua circuit of Florida, of which
this city is a member, has Inaugurat Inaugurated
ed Inaugurated this musical contest at each of
the chautauquas under his manage management
ment management Each city will conduct its own In Individual
dividual Individual contest. Judges will be se selected
lected selected from among the local well
known musicians and probably one
from among the celebrated music musicians
ians musicians who will appear on the pro program.
gram. program.
To the winner of the contest at
each Chautauqua Dr. Waldo will pre present
sent present a handsome gold medal.
Absolutely no partiality will be
shown in the competition for the
medal. The successful contestant
will win it simply and solely on his
or her merit. It therefore, behooves
each prospective contestant to put In
an active winter's study, especially
upon the piece to be played in the
Chautauqua contest.
Conditions of entrance into the
contest will be as follows:
Any white boy or girl of eighteen
years or under, residing in the state
of Florida.
Contestants must have at no time
taught piano or been employed as a
paid pianist.
. Piece must 'be memorized.
Piece must -be by recognized com composer
poser composer of high grade music.
No "ragtime" permitted.
No piece shall take over ten min minutes
utes minutes for its rendition.
The piece must be fourth grade or
higher.
Contestants will be marked,
among other things, on the follow following:
ing: following: Position, memory, expression, and
execution.
" All would-be" contestants should
send 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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Worth Knowing.
The more recent discussions as to
the earth's age have placed the time
as follows: Lord Kelvin, in 1862, 20. 20.-000,000
000,000 20.-000,000 to 400,00f 000 years, with a
probable 98,000,000;, in 1897 Lord Kel
vin revised his figures to 20,000,000 to
10,000,000 years; Clarence King and
Carl Varus, in 1893, 24,000,000 years;
De Lapparent, InlS90, 67,000,000 to 90, 90,-000,000
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hold. Guaranteed. Only 25 cents at
your druggists. tu- thur-fri-wk

Many people ru..i- l.vri veuk Lc3. They
may experii:. shortness cf breath on exertion,
pain c-cr v..- heart, or tizzy tccl.;:, oppreis.il breathhic:
after zr.zzls cr their eye; tecoo blurred, th heart Li net

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Euiic;enuy sircr.fj to punrj ciooa to tie extremities, an J
thay have cc!J hzr.li rrd f-t, cr poor zpniit3 becacro of weakened
blood vapW to iho i?Tzr.clz. A bear: toaic and alterative tbould bo taken which has
no bad ilia: -c!Tcc...

Dr. Pisrce's

Gel

which contain a izo Cancerous narcotics cr clcohol.
It helps the Irsrnan eysteia ia the constat xnanefnetare c' rich, red blood. It
helps the stomach to tsaimilato cr tal:cur the proper elements i.-cn Lao food, thereby
helping digestion an J curir-jj dyspepsia, ceart-Lam and marry tr. comfortable symp symptoms,
toms, symptoms, stops excessive tissue waste ia convalescence from fever?: for the run-

In liquid or tabUt form at momt drug ttorm or md SO on-c
mtampm for trial box to Dr.Picrco'm Invalids' Buffalo, ft. Y.

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Magnolia Street, West.

MOOSE'S MAIL ORDER' HOUSE
" Johnny's Place 99
I AM now in business for myself. Conducting a High Class re retail
tail retail bar and 3IaiI Order House. I can give you the best there
is, and as much as any one else in business for your money. Seven Seventeen
teen Seventeen years In the business has taught me what the public wants,
and I am supplying that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PRICES

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Good Old 65 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal
lons or
more,
$1.50
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gallon
Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal gallons
lons gallons or more, 7C
at per gallon.. P JLO

In Glass Jugs, Packed in two One Gallon Jugs if you prefer
Make my place your headquarters while in the city. You will be
welcome and be treated right at all times and on every transac transaction
tion transaction at "Johnny's Place.
The FINEST EEER you ever drank, and ALL KIXDS of it In bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft.

OCALA,

The Management of DR. (IXcCLAN
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray A)., and Troxler's stands
-;er. quart er, inure fully equippej ul rill b? ru,
rice It ethlcai lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4;30 P. M. PHONE 53?

Marion County Abstract Cornpanj
ESTABLISHED ISS2.Z
GRAHAM BROTHERS. Lessees
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TF YOUR- Stenographer. Bookkeeper,
BiUing Clerk, Telephoro Operator,
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cfHce force ceddes to leave Saturday,
JTOU have only to use the Female Help
Want!- or "Situation Wanted Female
rahimm cf vOUR PAPER-w
to bring an all- round-dcrirabls applicant
for the position bright and early the next
morning.

!Star Want Ads. Bring Results

Medical Discovery
in tli TMeIlci AdrU" A Fr-adi clalL-
Post Box 318.. Local or
Long Distance .Phone, 203
Good Old SO Proof Rye.
Corn or Gin, In lots of 2 gal
lons or more,
at per gallon .
$2.00
Remember that we will nil
any order you send us and
meet the price of any other
legitimate house.
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On Thursday September 17th
Wo .will open up a new drug store in the Wallis 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 3Jedicines 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
Guara-ntee that they are absolutely fresh, new stock.
Give -us a trial when need of anything in our line.

OUR MOTTO. "FRESH GOODS ALWAYS.

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AMERICAN LADY'S
EXPERIENCE IN EUROPE

(Hastings, Mich., Journal-Herald)
In answer to the Journal-Herald's
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request for a few -words of lier exper

ience in Europe Mrs. Renkes said:

"Now that I look back on them

from a safe distance, those eventful
dajs following the 'declaration of war
on the part of the great European
powers, form an experience I 'would
not forego for a good sum of money
and all who have been stranded
abroad this summer appreciate how
large even a small amount of money
looks.
"We heard rumors of trouble while
yet in Italy, and could see as we pass passed
ed passed from Italy into Austria that uni

formed soldiers and bodies of troops
were much in evidence, and that
there must be "something doing."
In the carriage, or Tail way coach,

wnere we rode was a young Austrian
soldier accompanied by his mother.
He had been called to the front, and

his 'mother was accompanying him to

the military station where he was to

Made
Ocala
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To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne-

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402-41 S Alain Street

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front. The memory of that night
will linger long with us. There were
no sleeping car, accommodations and
it was a local train. 'At every station
we saw heart rending scenes as young
soldiers -bade good-bye to home and
friends, and wentforth, to what, they
knew not. Still, they seemed to o

cheerfully, and with songs on their
Hps iwhen their tears had dried away,
and the fond good-byes could be
heard no more. Thus we rode
through thenight and reached Vien Vienna
na Vienna on the very day that war was de declared
clared declared 'between Austria and Servia.
'"We were advised to move on be because
cause because all trains would probably be

used for the mobilization of the sold soldiers
iers soldiers and we might not be able to get
out Jater. We were assured that Ger

many would :be a safer and more quiet
place. So, accordingly, we moved on
into Germany only to find that we

'had "jumped from the frying pan in

the fire." Vie went to (Berlin by way
of 'Dresden, and arrived the very day

that Germany entered into the con

flict. "We saw and heard the Kaiser

and the Crown Prince and their ad-

that song which 4s so

Country,

visers as, they went through the

receive 'his uniform and otner war streets in automobiles (Issuing the war

equipment. The tears came unbidden proclamations. From that time on

to that mother's eyes as the son told an was confusion and tumult, and

us that that night would 'be the -last Urines moved with startling rapidity.

one that she could spend with him, The whole city and surrounding Americans, M.My

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ior on xne morrow ne -woitiu 'ue uu i wnntrv ro-as a va with sorrtiera. ime I a ucc.

join his .regiment. troops were being mobilized. One day

"The young soldier could speak a as uimee and I were walking on one

of the main thoroughfares of Berlin,

some one grabbed us by the shoulder
and shook us, at the same time point

ing upward.

and stranded Americans. A relief

headquarters was established in the

great ball room of the Savoy liotel,

money was loaned without security,

.lodging found and information given

to all who needed it. The wait 5n
London of two weeks was filled with

war excitement and speculation. A

strict censorship of the 'English pres 3,

however, gave the people but a one onesided
sided onesided view of war-torn 'Europe and
that side was always favorable to

lEngland and her allies.

The homeward-bound voyage was

one of nervous excitement. The big

'boats were not allowed to dock at the

wharves as was their custom, (but pas passengers
sengers passengers and oaggage were taken out
on "tenders' an,d put on toard the
ocean liners. The knowledge that we
were coaled and provisioned for a
three months run (should occasion

arise) filled all minds with uncertain

ty, while wireless messages or ooats
toeing sunk with, their human freight,
did not contribute to out peace of
mind.
"Thirteen days through the north
Atlantic, rolling and tossing througli
the "devil's hole" in an unusual de degree
gree degree for August sailing, made us all
triad to sisrht land, and we sang with

DALLES OF THE ST. CRODC

Its Quaintly Shaped Rock Formed by
Plunging Waters.
At Taylors Falls, the terminus of the
Taylors Falls branch of the Northern
raclfic railway, the Calles of the St St-Crolx
Crolx St-Crolx form a most Interesting feature.
The SL Croix river here tumbles over
a bed of trap rock. The theory of its
production is that a great outburst of
lava was overwhelmed by a glacier.
This very hard rock has been weath weathered
ered weathered Into a great many quaint and cu curious
rious curious shapes, and the vertical cliffs' of
from one to three hundred feet la
height form a little canyon where the
water is very deep.

Among the quaintly shaped rocks are
the Devil's chair and Pulpit rock, la
proximity to each other. These are on
the Minnesota side of the river, and
the trains pass beside them. On the
Wisconsin side of the river is a re remarkable
markable remarkable profile rock. It Is known as
"the Old Man of the Dalles" and has a
resemblance to the profile of George
Washington. Minnesota and Wiscon Wisconsin
sin Wisconsin have set aside the land bordering bordering-the
the bordering-the river as an international park.
Among the interesting features of
the place are the cistern-like holes
known geologically ns potholes. These
range from one and one-half feet

in diameter and six feet in depth to
ten feet In diameter and ninety or a

more than ordinary deplh of feeling hundred feet deep. These potholes In-

j,r ttr sill I uicaie ixiu picsciivc iwiw

Tis of

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high above the present surface of the

water. The stream by its great erod eroding
ing eroding power and carrying pebbles and
stones in its circular movement slowly
excavated these potholes. Exchange.

little English and chance brought us
into conversation with .him. "When lie
learned that we (intended to stop "over
night at some point en route from

Bad 'blood, pimples, headaches,
.biliousness, torpid liver, constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, etc, come from indigestion.

AVe looked and only a Take Po-Do-Lax, the pleasant and

Venice to Vienna, so as to break the Uhort dl&Lance above. -hoverlns about absolutely sure laxative, and you

long tedious journey and not travel like a -hungry hawk, soared a dirlgl- won't suffer from a deranged stom-

through the night, he advised us to ,ble aircraft. so close to the ground u "r u T.M

hasten on to Vienna at once, explain- that ,tne aviator and a military obser- rjso it regularly and you will stay

ing that war was imminent, although ,-r nnnia ihr, rpti sweeninsr the dis- wll. have clear complexion and

he did not seem to know why the
soldiers were 'beinar- called to the

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Beer in
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A natural question. Every purchaser should ask it
Every manufacturer who cannot answer fairly,
squarely and honestly deserves ostracism.

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pure from the brewery to
your glass. Light starts
decay even in pure beer
the light bottle is in insufficient
sufficient insufficient protection. Why
should you risk impurity?

See that Crown is
branded "Schlitz."

Telephone 37
The Carmichael & Sons Co.
116 N. Magnolia Street
Ocala, Fla.

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trict with glasses. Troop trains

streamed into and out of the -city ev

ery few .moments. Infantrymen, ar-,

tillerymen and cavalrymen were 'be

ing 'hurried nere and there to strate strategic
gic strategic points and no one knew what

mignt happen next, nor the underly

ing cause 'back of it all.

M think the scene rather fasci

nated than frightened us. It seem seemed
ed seemed at first that it was some terrible

nightmare that would surely ipass

away, but, alas, it did not.

"We secured passports from the
A'merican ambassador at -Berlin and
made ready to get out of Germany on

the first possible "train. The wiia
scramble of the soldiery and the terri terrified
fied terrified mobs who seemed to be fleeing
from they knew not what, made it
next to impossible to pass along the
leading thoroughfares, and our ex experiences
periences experiences trying to board the train
were suoh that none of us cared to
repeat them. IMy one great fear was
that we imlght foe sej?arated and lose
one another, 'but our party managed
to get into eome of the railway car carriages
riages carriages of the same train, and -rode for
18 hours packed-in like herring in a

box, with out food or water, or ac

commodation of any kind. Out lead

er, Miss Mathews, sat on ner suit

case&n the aisle a good part of that

long tedious night, while others sat

on the floor, or crowded into seats, or
stood as -the case might be. All along

iiihe road the soldiers were in evidence

guarding the railroads, the bridges
and the entrances and exits to the
tunnels. We were ihalted every now
and then to allow soldiers to enter or
leave the train, and all along the road
were pathetic scenes as the depart departing
ing departing soldiers ibade farewell to those

steady nerves. Get a 50c bott!e to today.
day. today. Money back if not satisfied. All
druggists. v tues-thurs-fri-w

Path of the Kakapo.
Several birds make regular paths to

and from their resorts. Those of the
Antarctic penguins are noted by all
explorers in their region. Very no noticeable
ticeable noticeable are those In the haunts of the
kakapo, the large, rock-dwelling, burrow-nesting
owl-like parrot of the
mountains of New Zealand. They
beat down regular paths along the
spurs and ridges where they abound,
so that a person might be excused for
supposing they were meant for human
feet It is 'along these avenues that
the birds go to and fro on their noc nocturnal
turnal nocturnal rambles, and as they march
they snip dff and perhaps eat every
protruding spear of grass or weed,
keeping the path perfectly clean.
When the path Is buried in snow they
.still follow It on the surface and soon
beat down a track.
PRETTY CORNER LOT

.ANCIENT FOOTWEAR.
And the Old Ceremony of Oaring thu
Feet at 'Worship.
The India Hindus and Mussulmans Mussulmans-alike
alike Mussulmans-alike wear both sandals and shoes (slip (slippers)
pers) (slippers) and the latter boots also. The.
sandal (the word is Persian) was evi evidently
dently evidently the original covering for the
feet over all southern and eastern Asia,
while the shoe was probably intro introduced
duced introduced Into India by the Persians; Af Afghans
ghans Afghans and Mongols, together with the
"tip tilted" (nittite and Etruscan) boot.
Both are nsually made in India of
leather, but never of pigskin, and, while
the shoes are always colored red or yel yellow,
low, yellow, the boots are generally brightly
particolored, both among the upper
classes being also richly embroidered

In gold and silver and variegated silk
thread and with bangles, bugles and
seed pearls after the manner of the an ancient
cient ancient Persian boots represented on
Greek vases.
But. of however rare and costly elab elaboration,
oration, elaboration, the invariable rule is to re remove
move remove them after entering a private
house just when stepping on to the mat
or carpet on which the visitor takes his
seat. They must be cast off. the right
boot or shoe first, before the worshiper
enters a temple or mosque, and it is ;
still regarded as an absolute profana profanation
tion profanation to attempt to enter either fully I
shod Westminster Gazette.

The pretty corner (two lots) Im Immediately
mediately Immediately west of the new Corth
Ocala church for sale. Very cheap
for cash. R. R. Carroll. 9-8-tf

No Necessity for Stamps.
In New Zealand the postoffice pro provides
vides provides big firms with machines," with
which they stamp their own corre correspondence.
spondence. correspondence. A specimen letter re received
ceived received bears an oblong "postage
paid" stamp which is put on by a ma machine
chine machine in the business man's offlce.
Periodically a postal collector calls
round, reads the total on the machine
and collects the money.

The nars have caused prices to
soar upward everywhere except at

whom they were leaving behind, still. Carter's Bakery, where you get the

as in Austria, they went with songs

of '"the (Fatherland" on their lips.

'iTihus we rode, changing cars sev several
eral several times, until we reached Holland,
Where things were not quite so excit exciting
ing exciting ibut 'before we lrrt Amsterdam,
the queen gave orders for the 'mobili 'mobilization
zation 'mobilization of her troops for the protec protection
tion protection of lher borders and .frontiers. So
once again all train service was de demoralized
moralized demoralized and the people thrown in into
to into a frenzy of excitement, many of
them trying to get out of their own
country into (England. Wild rumors
were afloat that all transportation
across the channel had been cut off,
no iboats running, no trains running,
etc. These reports cre 'somewhat

exaggerated, although discomforts
and inconveniences of all description
were attendant upon traveling. Our
trip across the channel was thrilling
and nerve-straining. We were escort escorted
ed escorted (by a "British man-of-war and pilot piloted
ed piloted in over certain districts of the

mined harbor by a 'tender boat." As
we neared Harwich the next morning
after leaving the Hook of Holland we
passed 47 war vessels of the British
navy steaming out into the North sea.
The crew of each boat saluted as we
passed and then relapsed into silence,
as though they already felt the grav gravity
ity gravity of the situation, while the 730
passengers on board the channel
steamer, reflected that some of those
fine young English sailor lads would
come 'back minus arms, cr legs, or
maimed and scarred for life, while
others would answer to the roll call
in the great beyond, and greet their
friends here no more.
"Quick express trains carried us to
London, where the Londoners did all
in their power to assist unfortunate

BIG LOAF of bread for 5 cent3 just
as you Ci before the wars be

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Why order your sheet metal work
from out of town when the Ashley
Sheet Metal Work3 can supply you
right here? 9-1 2-3 1

SAVES DAUGHTER

Advice of Blotter no Doutt Pre Prevents
vents Prevents Daughter's Untimely End.

' Kid Gloves.

The majority of the fine kid gloves
used In this country are Imported from
France. The superiority of French kid
gloves over all others, according to an
Importer. i3 due above all to the per perfection
fection perfection of the skins, the kids being being-reared
reared being-reared in villages by poor peasants
who own only a few goats and there therefore
fore therefore take great care of them.
Another reason is that In France ona
workman takes the prepared skin and
manipulates it himself right up to the
finished glove. In Germany, on the
contrary, division of labor Is extensive
and great factories turn out In two or
three hours what requires two days
labor on the part of the French workman.

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France, but the factories of Stuttgart
are a formidable rival. New York.
World.
Woolwich Artenat.
Woolwich arsenal owed its establish establishment
ment establishment to an explosion which took place
at a foundry in Moorfields. Until 1710
the government obtained its ordnance
from private manufacturers, but la
that year the explosion decided It to
build a foundry of Its own. and Wool Woolwich,
wich, Woolwich, already famous as a naval sta station,
tion, station, was chosen as the site. Woolwich
was onlya small fishing village cntil
the sixteenth century, when Henry
VIII. laid the foundations of its pros prosperity
perity prosperity by making it the royal dockyard.
London Chronicle.
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Ready, Ky. I was not able to do
anything for nearly six months," writes
Airs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, Mand
was down in bed for three months.
I cannot tell you how I suffered with
my head, and with nervousness and
womanly troubles.
Our family doctor told my husband he
could not do me any good, and he had
to give it up. We tried another doctor,
but he did not help me.
At last, my mother advised me to take
Cardui, the woman's tonic 1 thought
it was no use for 1 was nearly dead and
nothing seemed to do me any good. But
I took eleven bottles, and now 1 am able
to do all of my work and my own
washing.
I think Cardui is .the best medicine in
the world. My weight has increased,
and I look trie picture of health.
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui
today. Delay is dangerous. We know
it will help you, for it has helped so
many thousands of other weak women
in the past 50 years.
At all druggists.

Wriu ft Cnartanoora Medicia Co- L&dle

Jldmory DepL. Chaa&nooca, Tcnn.. for Special
Tnttnutieut on raur case and 64-?&t ooolc. "Home
Treatment tor Women." in plain wrapper. M.C 123

Bows In Warfare.
The bow 1 first seen depicted on
Egyptian monuments about 2000 B. C
Its form then did not differ greatly
from that In use among boys at the
present day. It was used in European
warfare as late as 1G40 and was deem-

then employed.

White Crowned Sparrow.
Caterpillars, beetles, ants, wasps,
bugs and black olive scalt make np
only a small amount of tbt- food of the
white crowned sparrow. Like most of
Its family. It I? a seed eater by prefer preference,
ence, preference, and weed ed comprise about
7. per rent of Its total foods.

So It May.

She w.ms a beautiful woman and bis

wife. P.ut one- nliit. getting home
late nnd having some excited conver conversation
sation conversation with lier in the hall, be said to
hiniM-lf:
-A tiling of beauty may be a Jaw-forever.

Dutiful.
The Oid One- Yoo should always de deft
ft deft r to r.e.ir rojlMncr wihe?.. my dear.
The .Wvr One I've done so ever since
he Mid me th.it His one wish was to sec
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1914

OCALA OCCURRENCES I

Odd 'Fallows meet tonight.
Council meets this evening.
Uaurie (Benjamin left rtoday for St.
Loo, wliere 'he will enter college.

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

air, B. L. Stapp lias returned from
a chort 'business trip to Tampa.

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

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

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

Trade at Gerig's, a Tellable drug
etore. 9-14-tf

If It is from Gerig's it is of good

quality always.

9-14-tf

Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
JSar, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. -Adv.
LMr. J. IL Spen cer and M r. Will iam
'Mock returned yesterday afternoon
from a week-end -visit to "Bonita" on
the gulf.

'Gerig's soda water checks are 6
for 25 cents, and are good at both
stores. 9-14-tf

(Mr. Sam Mathews is at home again
from a week spent at Daytona Beach,
where fishiing has been the very brest
since the north'casteo of a few days
xigo.

(Messrs. Clarence and Olaf Kewad Kewad-eki
eki Kewad-eki left this morning tfor Ann Harbor
to resume their school studies at the
University of Michigan.

!Mr. Geo. W. Easterling arrived
yesterday afternoon from his summer
outing in the mountains of .North
Carolina.

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

Messrs. Brantley and Paul Weath Weathers
ers Weathers left this afternoon for 'New York
City to resume 'their school work at
Columbia University and Amiherst,
iMasa. '-

Mr. (Earl 'Mark of Jacksonville,
came down yesterday to 'inspect the
Ocala high school 'building of Wbien
he is the architect, and to look into
other ibusiness affairs connected with
the school.

"The .Fatal 'Mallet" is the subject
of a splendid Keystone comedy that
Will ibe presented at the Air Dome to tonight.
night. tonight. Come prepared to laugh as

this is a real side-splitting affair, one

designed to drive away the 'blu

tho of some "weeks standing.

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WEATHER REPORT

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

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Forecast for this Evening and
Tomorrow
Generally fair tonight and Wed Wednesday;
nesday; Wednesday; .probably sliawers in extreme
northeast portion.

Max. Min. R. F.
1... 90 69
2.. 90 '69
3..: 89 70
4... 79 70
o. ...89 70
6 ,.9,0 69
7.. ....... 87 70 lm
8 .87 68
8. . .i. ... .92 67 .28
10. .89 69 .28
l!l .. .87 60
12....... 89 63
13. ..... .88 68 .62
14. .......89 J4 ..

WOLVES OF LABRADOR.

RUSSIAN STRATEGY

BEWILDERED THE AUSTRIAN'S

Petrograd

Telegraph

JUSTICE'S COURT
IN NEW QUARTERS

The increase in ibusiness of the jusr
tice-of the 'peace "court for this dis district
trict district has made It necessary -for Jus Justice
tice Justice 'Ferguson to move his office and
court rooim to more spacious quar quarters
ters quarters than those in the Gary 'building.
I 1 e li s now occu py i ng th e south west
corner room on the second floor of
the county court ibouse with the reg registration
istration registration officer. The new quarters
give 'plenty of room f or the large
"audience" that sometimes attend
Justice 'Ferguson's matinees.

ICE CREAM SUPPER
IN NORTH OCALA

There will ibe an ice cream supper
4n North Ocala Thursday -night, Sept.
17th, when ice cream and cake will
be served to all who apply. The
cream will be served out under the
trees if the night is fine. Come and
ihelp ,us raise money for the new
union church.

'Mt. F. W Ditto ihas ibeen on the
sick list for the last few days, 'but 'is
Improving now, the Star is gtlad to
report.

London, Sept. 15. A
dispatch to the Daily'
says:

"Russian strategy in this campaign
is destined to rank as a masterpiece
in military history, for while an announcements
nouncements announcements were being made in Vi Vienna
enna Vienna of Austrian victories the center

of the Austrian army was being lur

ed on to Its fate.

"The withdrawal of the Russians,

it would not appear, was deliberate

it was continued until the invader

was within cannon shot of the rail

way line joining Lublin and Chelm.
Meanwhile, Russia was -preparing an

irresistible avalanche on her wings

Having duly assembled her forces
sneshe struck a terrible blow sever severing
ing severing communication .between the Aus

trian armies operating respectively

around Krasnik and Tomaszow.

' ""The capture of Lemherg had en

abled Gen. Ruzsky to turn on the

rear of the Austrian position at Tom

asiuw- wnicii was aDanaonea on

Thursday. Simultaneously the on

sraught of the Russian right drove
the Austrian left in headlong flight
across the San. It appears that the

left and center of the enemy wa3

totally routed.

in n.ast rrussia, where most of
the 300,000 German reinforcements
'have 'been hurried, it wdll require all

the Germans' attention to hold Koen-

igsberg."

ORANGE SPRINGS

IMrs. M. G. Porter, who ihas 'been
spend? ng the past 'week with Mrs. J.
IH; Spencer at ISpencer Island on the
gulf, returned to ner theme in Jack Jackson
son Jackson wile today, accompanied toy iMiss
Louise Spencer. They made the trip
In the iPorter touring car, which was
driven (by llr. -"iWH-Kl Mock, Jr. IMiss
Lorraine Spencer, wh'o is at present
visiting relatives at Welbourn, wall
also be the 'guest of Irs. iPorter for a
short time. The '.Misses Spencer will
return Ihome an time to 'begin theiT
studies in the Ocala Ihig'h school when
it opens the latter tpart of the month

Mr. George Neville, president

the Dank of Dunnellbn, and IMr. D. B.
Kibler, superintendent of the Butt Butt-genbach
genbach Butt-genbach phosrfnlHeinines near that
city, were amongttjb visitors in the
city today. The former as a booster
for the Phosphate City and one oL4ts
real Hive wires, while Mr. Kibler en enjoys
joys enjoys the distinction of being acting

consul for the Belgian government a

Port Inglis.

Vhen you go into Gerig's drug drugstore,
store, drugstore, be careful about that new
sign. Its all right to step on it, but
you should Tead it first.

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IMrs. Id el lie Smith, (who with her
family arrived here ifrom near Pa Pa-la!
la! Pa-la! k a a if ew days ago, lias taken the
two-story "house on the corner of
iNorth Sanchez and CDast ;M"ay street,
a couple of blocks beyond Dr. D. CM.
Boney's lace. She (intends keeping
a hoarding house for working men
who desire a good, nome'like place,

but are not able to 'pay high

rates.

The Star recommends ner house to
workingmen who 'want good 'board

an'd lods

ring

at Tow rates.

pur-

Mr. Troy Hall is a recent

chaser of a IFord touring car. Also
Mr. Moon of Dunnellon and Dr. T.
K. Slaughter of Levon are recent
converts'to the durability and owner ownership
ship ownership of these wonderful little cars.

'Mr. John iB alley was the recipient
of many kindly felicitations from his
many friends yesterday, it 'being the
occasion of his 75th birthday anniversary.

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

. Orange Springs, Sept. -15-A meet meeting
ing meeting of the Oklawaha Tiver improve

ment project was held at the Globe

House last Saturday, the business of
the meeting resulting as follows r A
committee of three was appointed,
IMr. Hector iMcMullan, chairman, and
Mr. T. J. Kaiser, secretary. They
elected the officers as follows: Mr. !I.
N. Wimberly, C. J. Rast and W. F.
Jordan, chairman. Said committee
to be known as the Oklawaha Im Improvement
provement Improvement Commute of. Orange
Springs. A motion was made by Mr.
F, 'W. Sears and seconded by '3Ir. C.
C. IMooTe that this 'become a perma

nent organization. The motian was

carried.
'Mrs. iMeadows of Anthony Is the
guest of her friend, airs. R. A. Carle-

ton this week. GIrs. Meadows at attended
tended attended the play, "Tompkins' (Hiired
Man," Saturday night and her kind
iwords of praise were very much ap appreciated
preciated appreciated iby the amateurs.
"Tompkins' Hired Man" ... was a
credit to IMrs. Dry den and her help helpers,
ers, helpers, each one acting their part well.
It was so great a success here that
It is expected the play iwill be pre presented
sented presented tat several other places, proba proba-bly
bly proba-bly Rodman and Eureka, this week.
IMiss Kate Carleton of Arcadia has
been the guest bf her cousin, "Miss
iHattie. Carleton the past week.
iMr. and Mrs. F. L. .Vogt and (Mas (Master
ter (Master Fred were" .week-end viiistors to
relatives here.
IMiss Lucy Pegram returned last
Sunday from her summer outing.
Miss Delia Card of Great iFalls,

Qlon., arrived here last Thursday and

will be the -guest this winter of her

ister, Mrs. Hector Mcaiullen.

(Mrs. Lewis Benson and "Master
arence, accompanied by the fcr-

er's niece, returned' ifrom ithplr

slimmer tri pto relatives In uew York
this tweek. j
, It was expected' that the school
term would begin this week hut no
seats and desks have arrived yet.
IMr. .Henry Carleton of Arcadia
came up from Ocala last week tto visit
his 'brother, air. 'R. A. Carleton and
.family. Mr. Carleton left IFriday and
expected to stop in Ocala to make
the acquaintance of his granddaugh granddaughter,
ter, granddaughter, iMiss Laurie Carleton 'Hampton.

ELECT RA

iBIectra, Sept. 15. Lake Bryant's
shores will soon ring with" wedding
beUls.
'Messrs. J. iB. iHolton, G. J. IHolford
and Basal Griggs have returned to
their place of employment.
IMrs. G. A. Sellers has gone to
'Hastings to visit her daughter, !Mrs.
G. H. Heath.
The people around here are mak making
ing making hay while the sun shines.
Mr. iL. D. Marsh and daughter,
Mass Annie Lou IMarh, have return returned
ed returned to Lake George. :
The lEleotra school twill start 'Mon 'Monday,
day, 'Monday, September 14 th.
'Messrs. J. H. Halford, G. J. iHal iHal-rcrd
rcrd iHal-rcrd and Lee iHalford went to Half
Mccn Lake on a fishing trip. They
'had a pleasant time and returned
with, a nice catch offish.
Mrs. Tobe Caldwell returned home
from a visit to her son at Tangerine.
Mr. Frank Sellers returned to hlr.
home at Sumterville last week.

PRETTY CORNER LOT

The pretty corner (two lots) im immediately
mediately immediately west of the new' North
Ocala churchy for sale. Very cheap
for cash. R. R. Carroll. 0-S-tf

Story of a Child and the Squaws Who
Tried to Save Her.
A Labrador missionary, says Morti Mortimer
mer Mortimer Batten in the Wide World Maga
zine. told me a curious story which
occurred on the Labrador coast some
years ago. One night the little daugb
ter of a certain brave was missing,
and. on discovering the child's tracks
In the snow, a party of squaws iet out
to look for her.
What was their alarm when, a little
way from camp, they found that the
footprints of a great gray wolf accom accompanied
panied accompanied those of the child- The brute
did not appear to have harmed her.
but had apparently frisked along
ahead, enticing the child farther and
farther from camp. In all probability
the child mistook it for a dog end fol followed
lowed followed readily, though the superstitious
Indians, of course, believed that the
brute bad exercised some devilish In Influence
fluence Influence over her.
Darkness was creeping on and.
though much afraid. Ibo scjnaws con continued
tinued continued to tolion7 the tracks of the
wolf and the child. Night fcund them
far from home, when what was their
horror to find that they themselves
bad been deceived and were now sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by wolves!
Only one squaw survived the night
of horror that ensued to return, next
morning to bear tidings of the calam

ity to camp.

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SHORTHAND BLUNDERS.

Misplaced or Wrong Vowels Lead to
. Queer Translations.
A volume could be filled with amus amusing
ing amusing stories of shorthand mistakes, the
greater number of them due to mis mistaken
taken mistaken vowels. For instance, 'This day
Is big with fate" was transcribed
"This day Is big with fat." while "Do
not Indulge In spite" came out "Do
not indulge in spit," and "A house of
many gables" was transcribed Into "A
house of many gabbles."
The use of the wrong vowel may
have the most amuslpg-result, as In
the phrase "Man;- know thyrclf," which
was once converted In the report of a
sermon Into "Man, gnaw thyself.' To
misplace a vowel Is In shorthand the
easiet thing In the world. T. A. Reed,
the well known reporter, tells of a
pupil who by this means turned
"mighty acts" Into "mighty cats," and
another report of a sermon was spoil spoiled
ed spoiled by the advice "Return a blow with
an ax." instead of "a kiss.
The "reporting style,". In which the
vowels are omitted altogether for the
sake of rapidity. Is responsible for the
famous American story of the short shorthand
hand shorthand clerk who took down note of
his wife's instruction to "be sure to
remember to bring home some castile
soap" and. as a result, returned home
with a tin of oxtail soup! London
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No Airs About Her.
Alrsr exclaimed the proud mother
and shooU her head vigorously. "My
Elsie, for all her learning, hasn't any
more airs, so to speak, than her poor
old dad
"Then she won't turn up her nose at
her old friends riqueried the visitor.
"La. nor
TIow refreshing! Most girls who go
through college nowadays will hardly
look at you after they're cradsatcL1
"Well, they ain't like inj Eisie, that's

all I can say." retorted Elsie's ma.

"She's become a carnivorous reader, of

course, and she frequently I mportunates

music, but stuck up my Elsie? Not a
bit! She's unanimous to everybody,
has a most infantile vocabulary and.
what's more, never keeps a caller wait waiting
ing waiting while she dresses up. No, she just
runs down, nom de plume, as she Is."
Philadelphia Ledper.

Her Dainty Speech.
There was one young woman in the

box party at the theater who took no

part in the noisy clatter and giggle.
With her gaze fixed npon the stnge

she watched the progress of the play.

indifferent to the gayety sround her

except that her delicate, aristocratic.

finely chiseled features bore a Icok of

weariness and a scornful Pintle curled

her lips. At last, however, she turn

ed her head slowly and looked at the

other members of the party. Then she
spoke to the elderly matron sitting by

her side. "That chicken in the blue

kimono." she said, "thinks she is the

whole custard Argonaut.

Li'nen of Bohemia.
One of the oldest and most Impor
tant industries of northern Bohemia Is
that of linen weaving, which furnishes

employment under favorable condi

tions to fully 25,000 people, who are so

skilled and clever In the production of

fine linens that these goods are favora favorably
bly favorably known and find a ready market In

ttU parts 'jf the world.

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Chlrroform.
Chloroform was tbe result of ages of

experiment in an effort to do away
with the pain of surgical operations
Opium and many other drugs had been
tried with more or less success. In

executions by crucifixion vinegar anfl
gall or myrrh weregiven to the vic victim
tim victim to stupefy him.

Not Decoivdd.
"Never In my life have I deceived
my wife."
"Same here. Mine only pretends to
believe the yarns I tell Louisville
Courier-JournaL

He Loved Nature.
Ruskin's injunction io h!. servants.
"Call me from m stndy whenever
there is a beautiful sunset or any un unusual
usual unusual appearance In the sky or land land-sea
sea land-sea pe."

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