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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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VOL. 21.

OCALA, FLOIUDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914

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ENGLISH 10 FRENCH HAVE HOT BROKEN THE GERMANS
. BUT HAVE -SUCCESSFULLY RESISTED V

ALL ATTACKS

jranis, bepi. is. me French war
office' says that, neither the Germans
nor allies scoreJ a decisive advant advantage
age advantage in the great -battle which, has
been rasing for six days along the
Aisne river and eastward across the
Meuse. 'The Germans, 'however, re remain
main remain on the defensive.

FIGHT CONTINUES ALONG THE
WHOLE FKONT
Paris, Sept. 18. It was officially
announced at 3 p. m. today that the
left' wing .of--the allied army was
slowly advancing at certain -points
and st'hat 'counter charges 'by the Ger Germans
mans Germans against the British had been
repulsed. There is no important
change in the situation. The battle
continues along the iwhole front from
Oise jto Woevre. Three attempts by
the ..Germans 'to take the offensive
were 'decisively 'checked. ..
GEllMAN Slim OF THE STORY
Berlin, Sept. 1$. A wireless mes message
sage message to 'Sayville officially announced
that the Germans are advancing
slowly -but surely in the ibattle still
raging in northern 'France. Indica Indications
tions Indications are that the allies' iforces are
failing. An attempt. of the French to

cut
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EMPERQR BILL
HAS ENOUGH

through Germany's right

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frustrated.

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WILLING FOR AMERICA

' (MEDIATE FOR JIIM AVITH
. THE ALLIES
Washington, Sept.. 18. 'Germany
has suggested informally t that the
'United States should undertake to
elicit from Great Britain, France and
Russia terms under :which (the allies
would makelipeace.
The suggestion was made by the
imperial chancellor, nron Bethmann Bethmann-Hollweg,
Hollweg, Bethmann-Hollweg, to 'Ambassador Gerard, at
Berlin, as a result-of an inquirysent
by tho American government to learn
ywhether the emperor desired 'to "dis "discuss
cuss "discuss peace as Count iBernstoff, the
German ambassador, and Oscar
Strauss had reported.

Washington, Sept.

ate filibuster against the rivers and
'harbor appropriation bil met its first
effective rparliamentary check yester yester-'day
'day yester-'day when a long forgotten .precedent
.was revived from the" records of the
thirty-first congress to hamper those
who are trying to talk the bill to
death. , .,
The -precedent 'waa a ruling made
by, former r ice-President Levi P.
(Morton that a senator occupying the
floor could not "yield" to another except-
sby unanimous consent. It was
invoked to -force Senator -Ken yon,
who. 'was in the. fourth day of a
speech against the bill, to continue
talking in order to hold the floor,
instead -of .yielding to', other oppon opponents
ents opponents of the 'bill in order to secure a
few. 'minutes' rest.
Senator (Bryan of. Florida, made
the point and quoted Vice President
Morton's ruling wnich swas made
during a democratic filibuster against
the Force ibill of 1891. Senator Ro.b Ro.b-inson,
inson, Ro.b-inson, occupying the chair, In the ab
sence of !V.ice President Marshall, 'sus 'sustained
tained 'sustained the 'point of order, and the
Senate, !by a vote of 28 to 24, laid on
the taJble an -appeal from the decis decision
ion decision made 'by Senator Smoot. Six
democrats voted .with the republicans

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COMING BACK

SMASHING IT GERMAN 'DETACH 'DETACH-MENTS
MENTS 'DETACH-MENTS IN GREAT SHAPE

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FINAL ATTEMPT TO INDUCE
ITALY TO HELP" GERMANY

WAS A FAILURE
Rome, Sept. IS'. It became known

today that the kaiser sent his per personal
sonal personal representative "to" the king ; of
Italy. The represenfative left short shortly
ly shortly after this arrival yesterday. It is
believed he made a last appeal to
Italy to remain true to the triple al alliance,
liance, alliance, and that TKing Victor refused
to grant the audience.
MADE THE KAISER MAD
(Paris, Sept. IS.- It is published
here that the kaiser telegraphed to
King Victor of Italy: "Conquerer or
conquered, I shall never forget your
treason."

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ENGLISH THINK PEACE AT ATTEMPTS
TEMPTS ATTEMPTS IN UNITED STATES
ARE INSPIRED
London, Sept. 18 The Daily -News
declares the determined move' for
peace ibeing made in the United
States is officially inspired from x the
highest German quarters.

NOTWITHSTANDING ITS FE3IINE
NAME, THERE IS MANLY DE DE-FENSE
FENSE DE-FENSE OF XANCY
Bordeaux, Sept. 18. -An official
announcement is made of the defeat
of the Germans': attack on : Nancy,
given in a dispatch to the war -office
today i rom the fro nt. The kaiser was
present during the attack. : : .

EDT01S
III ALSACE

FRENCH SEEM TO II AVE TROOPS

TO SPARE ON RHINE
FRONTIER
Bordeaux, Sept. 18.--The iwar of office
fice office announces ; that the town-3 of
Thann and Altkirch, in Alsace, have
been captured by the French. Alt Altkirch
kirch Altkirch was taken by the French at the
beginning of the Tvar. They had to
yield it to the Germans, but are now
advancing again. f

CAPTURE OF KRASIEZEN

Russiaus Take Outposts of a Great
y Austrian Stronghold
Petrpgrad, : Sept. 18. -Russians
have captured Krasiezin, the chief
defense kt southwest Przwsyl. The
fall of the Austrian stronghold is im imminent.
minent. imminent. The Russians "have also oc-

Jcupied Samb'or,

FRANCE SENDS MORE
MEN TO THE FRONT

(Bordeaux, Sept. IS. 'France is
gathering a -new army composed of
territorialists and recruits;. which will
.be thrown into the field -with another
army -soon to leave.

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OPEN DAi? AND NIGHT

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corneK Meals a la carte and lunches
at any Iiour. Ad

Antwerp, Sept. 18.-r-BeIgian3 have
defeated Germans near Ypres, the
Germans'' retreating into France,
where' they were, practically annihil annihilated
ated annihilated by the French. '

ATTACKING

GERMANS AT TER TER-MONDE
MONDE TER-MONDE r

Antwerp, Sept 18. The -Belgian
army continues en the offensive. The
fighting 'aroun 4 .Termonde ihas been
severe. ' J.

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RUSSIANS ItEPORT A FATAL MIS MISTAKE
TAKE MISTAKE 3IADE BY THE GER-
MANS IN THE BALTIC
Petrograd, Sept. 18. It is report reported,
ed, reported, ;heTe that German iwarsliips Ih the
Baltic -Sea, hunting down passenger
steamers; engaged each other by
mistake; doing much" damage.. The
number of vessels crippled is un un-knowm,
knowm, un-knowm, 'but several cruiser3 entered
Kiel 'badly, damaged, carrying many
wounded.

STRUCK All I1PEII SWITCH

SLY KILLED AND MANY INJURED
IN AN 'ACCIDENT ON THE
QUEEN CRESCENT :
Livingston, Ala.,; Sept. 18. -Six
people were killed, two fattaly injur injured
ed injured an da score seriously hurt as the
result of the New Orleans and Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati northbound fait mail at four
o'clock this morning runningjinto an
open switch' near Klondike.
The dea d are five -w hi t e imen and
one jbaby. Engineer Hones and a
nvoman passenger were fatally injur injur-ei.
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The engine.

(baggage

and express

cars and three coaches left the rals
when the "train struck the open
rails and the coaches were-plIntereJ.

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EfilPEROR FRAMZ JOSEPH IVILLH1B TO GIVE UP TO RUSSIA
: SO HE CAN FIGHT ITALY

(Rcme, 'Sept. IS. -Austria will
scon sue fcr peace with Russia, in
OTder -to yturn her. lull attention to
Servia and Italy, is the opinion gen generally
erally generally expressed in well Informed
circles today. The, indications are
that Austria is preparing for an at attack
tack attack from Italy.
"
The situation at Vienna Is most
grave. A popular Tevolt threatens.
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"HOPES THE KAISER WONT
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Louden, Sept. IS.- Preliminary
steps toward peace between Russia
and Austria-Hungary are reported to
have faeen taken, in a -dispatch from
'Milan today. It is asserted that the
Austrian emperor voiced the hope
that the .kaiser would -offer no serious
opposition. An interna! crisis Is
hrnted. .

UPPER RIIIIIE

FORTS EMPTY

THE GERMANS CONCENTRATING
THEIR GREATEST POWER IN
NORTHERN FR,NCE"
Basel, Sept. IS. Hhe German gar garrisons
risons garrisons are 'being withdrawn from the
upper Rhine and rushed to France.
X.ong trains are being held by the
Germans in Luxemberg, ready If. re retreat
treat retreat is necessarj".

SERBS CAVE IIP SE

FELL BACK FROM THE
WITHOUT A FIGHT

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Xish, Sepi. IS. It 3 officially an announced
nounced announced ttoday that the Austrians
have retaken Semlln Nvlthcnt eppo-sitlon.

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ON FRENCH BORDER ACCORDING
TO GERMAN OFFICIAL :
ANNOUNCEMENT

officially

Berlin, Sept. 18. It ia

stated today that tho situation on tha
French border is unchanged.

WAS THE GREATEST t
BATTLE OF THE WAR.

Eye-Witness1 of London Papers Re-

Iort the Crossing of
the Aisne

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GREAT ENTHUSIASM

FOR KING GEORGE

London, Sept. 1 &. The corres correspondent
pondent correspondent of the Times at Paris sends
this, story of .the. fighting, on the
'Aisne; .
"The euemy ihas .found means to
arrest Ms retreat for the time being
and is offering stuliborn resistance
on the line, which he -ha3 prepared,
gtrcngly for defense. die has receiv received
ed received considerable reinforcements,
pro'.bably from JLorralne where he
seems to have abandoned the offens-ive.-
The fighting Is hottest around
Soissons, where the British army Is
in action.
"Terrible -stories are reaching this
city of piles of dead and ;vcunied
which em cumber the battlefield of the
'Marne and the Red Cross U working
n!ght and daj' At one place, it is -said,
the Germans erected a barrier
six feet high of corpses behind- w'hich
(to resist the (French. This -barrier
was. carried after a .terrific struggle
by the French Turcos, leaving 7,50'J
dead on the battlefield."
, The correrpondc-nt of the Times at'
Havre thus describes the battle:
"As opposed to the battle, of the
:Mame, which was a "battle of river3
and plains, woodland and high plat plateaus,
eaus, plateaus, the batrlo of tho Aisne was a
river crossing on a scale never be

fore seen in 'the Jilstory of the world;
a triumph of organizations and en-

Was Shown by Parliament When he gmeenng as much a3 of courage and
t t t-- fighting powers. The time was1 Sat-

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.London, Sept. IS. -"We are

Ing for a worthy purpose and won't
lay down arms until our-purpose ha3
been achieved," were the -Tinging
words of King George, today, when
proraginV Parliament. -His speech

fwaa greeted with thunderous cheers.

urday evening, and the moment had
arrived when, if the fleeing host was
to be saved, seme sort of stand must
be made. .
"The enemy gathered -hurriedly to-

for a great effort on the

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THE OCAIiA EVE3TING STArt, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTING ER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
ft. It. Carroll, General Manager PortW Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

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DEMOCRATIC TICKET

General Election November 3, 1914
For United States Senator:
DUXOAN U. 'FLETCHER.

' FRANK CLARK. ;
For Commissioner. of Agriculture:
W. A. AMcKAE. v ;
For Justice of Supreme Court:
.OYW. SHACKLEFORD.
W. fM. ELLIS. ;
For State Senator, 20th District:
GLENN TERRELL.
.For itepresen tatives
W. J. CROSBY.
nv rr VlPR V.nPTR-S ON.

JFor Tax Assessor:
: ALFRED AYEIt. '. "V'
iPor Tax Collector:
v -COLBERT.."
For County Treasurer:
JOIIN QL DRAHAM.
For County Commissioners:
.'iw.-'-d. .CARN.;
J. T.'lHUTCHINS.
' WALTER LUFFMAN.
2s. A. -FORT.
S. It. PYLES.
For Memb e rs Sch oo 1 B card :
G. S. 'SCOTT.
B. R. BLITCH.

J 13 I KiAuN 1 1 1 ALU

Mayor James G. Woodward of At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta fa as been renominated to suc succeed
ceed succeed himself.

1 fThe'Stur would like to place a
small bet that neither Berlin nor

Paris
mas.

changes Wands 'before Christ-

Soon iweill (be iputtiivg sa two-cent
revenue stamp on all the checks. we
onrite .--Tarpon Springs .Leader.
T!hat will discourage drawing
small checks 'With exceeding great
Imanediateness.

a decisive rattle
ni:ednt be expkctei
The-battle cow raging along the
river Aisn'e, where the retreating
German forces have halted, reorgan reorganized
ized reorganized and turned on their pursuers,
may prove to be the climax of the
most extraordinary military cam

paign in history, says the New York
Press. It will be a battle to a, finish.
It 'will determine finally of just how
much value the kaiser's war machine
really is.

Since the German retreat began

(Foreign) there has developed fcoth in Paris

One year, in advance. . .$8.00 and London a popular opinion -which
Six month3, in advance 4.25 seemed to hold that the German
Three months, in advance. 2.2o army had spent itself, but the mili mili-One
One mili-One moDh, in advance.... .80 tary critics In both cities 3ia:e In

sisted that once

forcements from

the German rein rein-Belgium
Belgium rein-Belgium arrived

NUISANCES

mat -ne would n t dare to find a and when the Germans .again reop-1

man jguilty -unless he -was absolutely en ed their lines of communication
convinced; of it. This class of men and were able to Secure food in suffi-

leaves jury duty as" far as it can to cient quantity and ammunition theyl

rtne oum-a e-ially element, and the would make a stand. This apparent

ly uruer crop is ne result. ly is exactly what has haooened on

the north of the river Aisne. Fresh

PARK TRA313IELL THINKS troops Jfrom Belgium, possibly even

IT'S A GOOD PLAN rom Germany itself, -have been trush trush-'
' trush-' ed south to aid the rp.tr eat.i tic armies.

Chairman Carmichael of the Board These have now joined the main force

of County Commissioners has receiv

e dthe following letter .from 'Gov-r

ernor Trammell:
f; -Tallahassee, Sept 13, 1914.
Hon. C. Carmichael, Chairman, Board
of County Commissioners, Ocala,
.. Florida. , ,
Dear Sir: Your .letter of the 14 th
instant, "in which you outline a plan
for using the idle negroes of your
county on the .public roads, received.,
Comp!lying;w!ith your request I today
sent you the following telegram:
"At first" thought seems to me no
objection to' pla nf or working reads."
In addition to the telegram, I will

say that I am impressed that if your
county can dispose i of the -warrants

necessary to carry on the work that

the plan outlined, is really a meritor

ious one. I know of no better plan
which. I oan suggest.
Yours very truly, (
v Park Trammell, Governor

-Rooney is the do ingest com commercial
mercial commercial secretary in ;the state of
Florida. Ocala should feel
(proud of him. -Clearwater: Sun.

and have b?en thrown on to the bat battle
tle battle line. Likewise the lines of com communication
munication communication to the bases of supplies
have 'been ire-established and tne
German army once more can be .ex .expected
pected .expected to be in fighting trim.
On the other hand, the allies seem
to be in excellent shape, despite
their rush of the last few days in
pursuing the fleeing Germans. Their
only obstacle at present would seesm
to be overconfidence, .but in view of
the fact that several of the command commanding
ing commanding officers have expressed the opin opinion
ion opinion that the Germans- would not
leave France without another .battle,
this item may be discounted.
The' French have plenty of fresh
troops In and around Paris which
can (be sent quickly to the Aisne and
should foe an important factor in
case the battle continues for several
days; infact,vthe allies in the matter
of reserve strength seem now in very
much 'better shape than the Germans,
for the English .by now must be get getting
ting getting considerable reinforcements

from across the channel.

Of the things in life that torment

or annoy us, some are merely dis disagreeable,
agreeable, disagreeable, some are dangerous. "We
call then, nuisances. Of course, there
are individuals human nuisances
but they belong in a class by them themselves
selves themselves for they are unavoidable and
incurable excepting in the silence of
the grave.
Common nuisances are here dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished from sanitary nuisances
by the fact that they are merely an annoying,
noying, annoying, perhaps offensive, to the
senses- to sight, hearing or smell
but are not productive o? disease, and
the distinction 4 is not always care carefully
fully carefully made.
A dead animal in the public high highway
way highway is offensive to .the sight, and if
not promptly removed it-may offend
the nostrils, hut it Is not dangerous
to health in either condition. This
statement may he iuestIoned, for

such odors may produce nausea in
some delicately constituted systems.
The sight of a drop of blood may,
and does, produce the same result
with some particularly sensitive in individuals,
dividuals, individuals, yet a pricked finger cannot
be put In the nuisance class. And
nausea is net a disease at its worst.
(The odors from -a glue factory are
spread far and wide by the breezes;

the escape or, hissing steam from a
high-pressure .toiler, the noises per permitted
mitted permitted hy many reckless "chauffeurs,
the unnecessary and prolonged and
frequent ringing of church b'ils, the
(blowing of steam Whistles, the ap appearance
pearance appearance In public places of deform deformed
ed deformed or mutilated persons, are all
nuisances, but not 'being dangerous
to public health, they are matters "for
police regulation and do not come
within the jurisdiction of sanitary of officers.
ficers. officers.
An open sewer, an nnscreened
earth closet, a pool, of stagnant wa water,
ter, water, the public sale of impure milk,
of tainted .meat or of decaying fruit
and vegetables,- the existence of
places where flies and mosquitoes
may breed, are menaces to public
health and their regulation comes
within the province of health hoards
and officials, who are clothed with
police powers to remedy such nuis nuisances.
ances. nuisances.
The laws provide for cooperation

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With the lines well drawn the ffght hetween the police and health offl-

will go on to a finish. The result

Ocala is proud of Rooney, (Who should favpr the allies, but the Ger-

works day and night for the advance- mans, judging from the message
ment of the city, sMairion county and which came through last night from
all Florida. The Star is glad Berlin, will not give in without a
to see such a tribute from Willis B. terrific struggle
Powell, who does thinss himself. This battle; no more than the bat-

and knows a hustler when he sees tie at hlons, or on the Cambral, or at pmany Florida cities and the officers

him. Longwy, or on the aiarne, will settle cuc

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the war. If the Germans are defeat-

dais to abate many of these annoy

ances and' dangers, but the suppres suppression
sion suppression of such annoyances as are not
inimical to health, belong exclusive exclusively
ly exclusively to the police. ;

Tt Is a matter of frequent occur

rence that the health authorities of

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The Star today besins urintinsr a ed it will mean their withdrawal ,wmDiI Buuuiue.Tueu uue

ply with and the questions they mutjean .whip new armies Into shape. If

answer when' they take examination. the allies are defeated it may mean

XMr. J. A. Leslie, -irepresentative of

.Soiitn Jbiioriaa s .oig morning paper,

T r.o r,rnviiTiA whn ;im! -hop in I The imoression too generally ure-vails the investment of Paris at an early

this territory the pat few 'days, paM that tectdhers ihave a comparatively date, and- this in turn merely would
Mo t-o.i 'irvoii ,VOctoi.. pasv tinift. vinid dr nrtt 'have to hustlermean the orsaniziition of new Ene-

. ''-t Tiociio .rtrt-:!.. f.tvfviitt?i I to ikpsn'tu-n rarShh the 'wroeessiott. Thef-Hsh 'and French armies to. relieve

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. axwnsively in this part' of the state, fact is" that teachers have to study that city.

even more constantly than they teach Peace must come otherwise even

to 'keeo nosted in their professions. 1 than through one decisive oattle

3.js he finds ibusiness conditions very

Any movement for public improve improvement
ment improvement must !be harmonious, or it will
do more tharm than good. It is evi evident
dent evident to anyone that if he council
cverri des the ma y or s veto an d or or-tlers
tlers or-tlers a bond eileotionj, there will be a
"bitter fight,, -with a contest in the

coTirts to finish in
carry.

fThey ha'e to keep themselves in-

'formed not' only on the iwide scope The kindergarten and primary

of attained knowledge, iwhich no one school, conducted, hy Misses Rowley
(person can ever assimilate fully, 'but and Gates the -past two years, will

reopen Monday, -September 28th,
1914. 9-4-20t

on the new "branches that constantly
are adde'd. It iwill give the average

citizen a better idea of a teacher's
work if Jhe will look 'over the list of

case the, bonds questions set focth in the Star in the

next sf ew days and consiider What sort

of an out he twould make at answer-

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If you can't settle the -war and re- iS them, if 'they were shoved at him

juce the high cost, of living Ih that unexpectedly. In order to keep their

positions, teachers have to keep.post keep.post-ed
ed keep.post-ed all the time on tthe questions they

'know they are likely to foe called on
to answer at every examination.

may, get your -hoe and grub .up a
place in the 'hack yard to plant.a few
ttirnips, potatoes, cabbage, etc They
will come in mig'hty handy a little
later on. -Orlando Sentinel. f
Yes; there Is enough iwaste ground
la every Florida town to feed Jialf
the population.

THE
CaFfctoii' louse
Board and Rooms.
Rates Reasonable.
203 NORTH 3IAIX ST.
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The public should

be educated to make the distinction
for its own convenience and protec protection.
tion. protection.
It appears difficult to 'impress suffi sufficiently
ciently sufficiently the" Idea that diseases ore not
communicated through the senses.
Sight, smell, hearing, taste and feel feeling
ing feeling are given us, a3 sentinels to jwarn
of danger, as rwell as to afford ave

nues if or the enjoyment of the pleas pleasant
ant pleasant thin g3 of life. They are r.ot
thoroughfares for the entrance "of
actual danger tinto the physical ibody.

The abatement of the common nuis nuisances
ances nuisances Is a matter of ordinary com common
mon common sense and watch fulness. The re removal
moval removal of sanitary nuisances requires
deep study to determine iwhat Is
harmful, why It is harmful and how
it may be rendered' 'harmless. Indeed,
the 'wTrole -modern science of ranita ranita-tion
tion ranita-tion is essentially devoted ,U the

study and abatement of sanitary an

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of the public. The remodeling of the house
has not been completed, and the formal opening
will not take place nor will all rooms be ready be before
fore before September 15th. However we have ample
first class rooms, with evenr modern convenience,
for all who may apply. No'flies, no dirt, airy and
comfortable, v
We are spending $15,000.00 on and in the Ocala
House, and no hotel in the state will be better
equipped to care for the traveling public, and ;jit
moderate prices.
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The f riends, and they are many, of
'Senator Carson of KIssimmee, have
suggested his name to Governor
Trammell fori appointment to -the

. TThe man who tefuses to take his snort .term senatorsnap m case hen hen-paper
paper hen-paper out of the postoffice or dis- ator Bryan is appointed to the fed-
conUnues his subscription without eral (bench. Mr, Carson would. cerr

-aying up :in full and, then, goes to tainly honor the office. He is one' of g Pooft (lr Apppy I
a rfW "Jesus -Paid It '.'All". South Florida's leading men not g UUiia Vall Ul UtW J

wHl have a long interview with- St. 'heard of as often as some others, for
Peter before he -gets through the 'k doesn't seek the ilimelight, but a
pearly gates. Zolfo Springs Truth, progressive and .broad-minded man.
He 3s more likely to ihave an in- He has a miide experience in public
toview with the ;three-headed canine affairs, ihaving served In the state

that guards the smutty gates. ; senate, anu inus aii uvr jrior-

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It seems a shame that over m uvuivufc

Eirooe. erood men who are strictly to South Plorida, and the governor

law-abiding soldiers, are (being couldn't pick a ibetter man than Sen-

in -t.hisiator carson.

! untry vicious cowardly tmurdereTs

continue to ply their vocation with u dipiing ;tank for the eradication
-nnt enough interruition from' the of cattle tick has just been completed

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For the same current you are now consuming in carbon lamps
they will give three times the light.
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courts to seriously disturb the in in-sduBtry.
sduBtry. in-sduBtry. 'Iakeland Telegram.
Very true. But df you .were no no-xiTi3.
xiTi3. no-xiTi3. to serve' on a jury, you would
get excused iff you could. So would
almost any other good citizen. The
irlfv -we heard a ihiffhly Intel-

"Jigent" and fair-minded man

at (Rodman. There are now two

tanks in Putnam county, the other
one being at Hpllister. Our farmers
are awakening to the fact that they

must help themselves. Palatka

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Complete Lme of

STAPL AP FANCY
GROCERIES
TERMS STRICTLY CASH
Come and get our prices'
They are Lower than
others

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Cincinnati 1 ; New York

St. Louis 1; Boston 5.
Pittsburg 3; Philadelphia.
Pittsburg 0; Philadelphia 2.'
'AIERIOA'X
Xew York 7; Chicago 2.
Boston 8; Cleveland 1.
Washington 8; St. Louis 2.
Philadelphia 8; Detroit 3.

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you ought to have? We believe you are. .Most of our -customers are
satisfied, and we are proud of the fact. But if there if anything wrons
in our relations we want to know it NOW, so we can do our part in
straightening it out before the rush days comer

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cabinet at The 'Murray Company. 1 7

Fourteen pounds of sugar for $1,

with cash purchases of other grocer-

! ies to the amount of $1, Saturday!

'Marion county farmers should

say he awaken tmore fully to the same fact.

rf.Mildn't sen-e on a jury in a mur mur-lr
lr mur-lr case; that tie would say at the

ufcsrt foe had -formed an opinion.

Tex .-we know ihlm 'well enough; to
Iznaw he eouldnt form an opinion
Ihr.t couldn't -be changed .by evidence

PRETTY CORNER LOT
.The pretty corner (two lots) im immediately
mediately immediately west of the new Xorth
Ocala church for sale. Very eheap
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Next to Burnetts Tailor u

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For the next thirty days .we will I

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Smith Crocery

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Just remember xre keep Garden,

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REPAY YOU FOR THE INVESTMENT. COME IN TODAY.
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WAR STORIES BV-TJIE WOUNDED

Certain It is that Britain and France
are Careful of their Soldiers

(By Herbert Temple)
London, Sept. IS. Several hun hundred
dred hundred .wounded British troops are n:w
arriving. daily in London, and they
bring" iwith them highly interesting
personal stories of the war. At the
railway stations, th$ w&unded are al al-iways
iways al-iways greeted -with cheers and money,
flowers and delicacies are showered
on them.
"I was at IMons on Monday on the
(bridge across the canal there, right
in the thick of it," said a young in infantryman.
fantryman. infantryman. "It iwas there that I got
this trouble, a bullet In the thigh,''
he added, pointing to a 'bandaged
limb. "But I get the chap iwho did
it," the -went on, gaily, and produced
a tobacco tin in 'which, -with a few
shreds of tobacco, was a shrapnel
-bullet.
"We did not have much shelter
where -I was,'' he said. "We just 'had
to do the 'best we could. ;
"The fire -was if rightfully heavy,
but you know they cannot shoot for
toffee, and waste an awful lot of am ammunition.
munition. ammunition. fThe artillery are the
worst, hut even they can't shoot. Its
number that -does it nothing else.
"As toon as twe shot one lot down
another lot came up. That's what
hap-pened ajl the time. Their losses
must 'be enormous."

"Shoot! contemptuously echoed a'

burly -infantryman, whose head -was

Dr&goons had 'been cut up, out we
came across them. av. A ,thv hart Tnst I

yery few men."

UNDER A FLAG OF TRUCE

"The Germans were like a great
big 'battering ram," said another.
They did net seem to mind how
many were killed and sometimes
their -men -were simply thrown away."
"A t one place the German infan infantry
try infantry filled the streets an! v.ere simply
mown Sown by our g-.tns. It wa3 ter terrible
rible terrible punishment. Ther have been
suffering heavily all alcng, 'but the
French are chasing thera; now, and

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

We Sell
BEAVER BOARD
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
IXVESIGATE.

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swathed in" 5 (bandages.

'Germans

shoot! Why, they could not hit thfs
station at a thcuEani yards."
. An Argyll and Sutherland High Highlander
lander Highlander with a tremendous Scottish
accent held forth from a stretcher to
a group of listeners.
"I .wonder whether we shall be al allowed
lowed allowed to stop in hospital here," he
said. "I've been chased out of two
already. The Germans shelled us in
the field hospitals, but they didn't do
much damage, you know artillery
doesn't unless they can shoot, and
these couldn't."
"I've 'been picking up clothes as I

came down," 'he went on,' pointing
tto his shoes "and socks. "These are

French, Jand so is this tblanket," he
said, and was going to give further
details when ihe was picked up 'and
placed 'in a motor car.
"Tell you another time the
French tfiave been awfully kind to
us," ih-e cried as he (was .'borne off.
"I think a great imany of our fel fellows
lows fellows are only wounded," said a cav cavalryman.
alryman. cavalryman. "It does not do to take too
much notice of wha t .we hear. We
were told out there that the Second

The. Stair Will Mot (Give Away:

BUT it AVILIi give each and EVERY subscriber who pays a year for the Daily Star, a $3 Coupon
Book, redeemable at its face value by any of tlie Ocala Business- Houses mentioned below, or for a
Weekly Star .subscription a $1.50 book redeemable for that amount. Past due subscriptions, Dai-
ly or Weekly, will get a book for each year paidj
The following firms of Ocala t will allow you the discounts set opposite their names on all cash pur purchases
chases purchases made when Star Subscription Coupons are presented at the time of making purchases:

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Marion Hardware Company, Hardware. . . .

J. J. Gerig, Drugs (Postoffice drugstore & Annex Drugstore) 5
Knight & Lang, Wagons, Buggies; etc . ... . ... ........ 5
A. E. Burnett, Jewelry. ... .J .... . . .... 5
E. G. Rivers Gents Furnishings . . . . . ... . ... . . 5
Hayes & Guynn, Dry Goods. .... . . ... . T. . . 5
Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture. . ... .......... . .10
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A. M. Lansford, Music Dealer. ....... . . 10
Miss Mary Affleck, Millinery . . . . . . ; ......... 5
B. Goldman, "Why Pay More?' .. . 5
Little's Shoe Parlors, Shoes 5

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per cent
per cent
per cent
per cent
per cent
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To illustrate how the plan will save you money and bring back the equivalent in cash, just what
the paper ha? cost you either the Evening Star or Veekly Star: Suppose your first call, after receiv receiving,
ing, receiving, the coupon book is at the grocery store, you trade twenty dollars worth, you give the clerk $19 or
your check, and helwill tear out of your book $1. worth of coupons and your bill Is paid. You have
gotten back a dollar of your subscription money. Your next 'purchase is at the furniture house, whose
name you see on the back of the coupon ( and you are pleased when you see they vilL give 10 per
cent, discount) you buy a bedfor $10 $9 in cash and worth of coupons squares you at this place.
You've saved $2 already. Your purchase at the drugstore is $5 $4.75 and a 25c coupon straight straightens
ens straightens you there. Suppose the purchase is only $1 at the next store; 95 cents in cash and a 5 cent
coupon pays it. Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; it would take your entire
$5 coupon book, but it would save you a FIVE DOLLAR BILL.
Just keep in mind, when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat your cake and 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
Star, come in and do it now, and get a coupon book. You can send yor remittance by registered
letter,' check or express money order, and coupon book will be mailed to your address.

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they are 'getting at

lro?en-ly."
The first Re 1 Cross i rain that ar arrive!
rive! arrive! at Waterl'oo carried officers.
First of all, it hose -who were able to
walk -were assisted tc alight. What Whatever'
ever' Whatever' their pain, they disguised it by
smiling, and several were smoking.
Some had their heads envelopel in
bandages; others wore slings. Many
walked with a limp, an I several
(placed their arms around the necks
of 'R. tA. 'M. C. men, and were assist assisted
ed assisted to vehicles.
One man walked with the aid of a
crutch. Another had 'been 'hurt on
;the jaw, (but ihe iwas smoking a pipe
with 'great relish. Here and there
cunics were torn. In some cases they
had been ripped ogen down the arms
or on tho shoulders to permit the
surgeons to aittenl the wounds. "With

I A Reunion and a Compact Between the

Blue and the Gray.
My father was a private in the
Twenty-sixth Michigan and ufteu told
the following story, although I was
never wise enough to make a note of
the date or the name of tbe engage engagement.
ment. engagement. There ran be no doubt, how however,
ever, however, of the substantial accuracy of
the tale.
There bad been fitrhtinir. but a flasr
of truce bad passed fr&i tJ!p Cou
federate to the Union lims. and nriujx
was suspended. The lines were close
together and both behind cover." As
the white flag passed out of, sight to
ward headquarters the lines simply
flowed together, meeting in the vacant
space between. Officers ou both sides
tried to prevent It. but their efforts
were fruitless. Little groups formed
here and here and began to barter.
The grays had tobacco, and the bines
had coffee hnd a little sugar, and
trade was lively for a time. Then
they fell to discussing other things,
and to understand their conversation
It ought to 'be explained that the prac
tlce of firing on a picket line was re regarded
garded regarded by these soldiers, hardened
though they were by the awful sights
of a dozen bloody fields, as Uttlo bet better
ter better than murder. Said a gray:
"Why do you fellows fire on picket?
Blue Why do you fire on picket?
" Gray Well, we don't.' only when
'that old Colonel B. from North Caro-

imained iu the "wards" o the train'.
iPillo ws and blankets were placei on

i Una is officer of the day: then we

expedition the officers whose injuries nave to. ne makes us do It. But I
were not severe were placed in taxi-; tell you. Yank, we'll shoot high! Yes.
cabs, motor cars and private omnl-J Yanks we'll shoot high!
buses. I The flag of truce came back: tbe
That tlie stretcher brigade turned' negotiations had failecf. The lines re re-its
its re-its attention to ithe officers who re-! forme(1- and firing began again. Once

more poor numamty rererrea to tne
rifle and bayonet tbe questions It 'could
: Rottlt In nn ntbor wmv. Tint trho Mn

the stretchers, and a urocessiou filed i e on

up the platform and entered the witnessed the dramatic scene there
train. The first officer brought out i was less bitterness than before the

was. reading a newspaper and -smoking
a cigarette. .The next man, too,
was smoking. tHis Injury was In the
Ip-gt. tA th!rrl lhad his bnpps drawn

up. All except .one were laokins' hleh they haa stak their lives bat

cheery. : lAimibulance surgeons, wag wagons
ons wagons and 'buses were waiting, and one
toy cne the iwounded 'were placed on
;beds and driven to the 'hospital.

truce? Theirs was no vulgar, sordid
quarrel: no bitter, personal vendetta.

Each side.was pledged to the support

' of antagonistic principles, to maintain

they had no quarrel with their op

ponents as inen. Youth's Companion.

Stage Bella.
Tarslfar is Interesting, quite apart

The R. A. ?M. C and the ambulance from its artistic merit, as having had

corps were still engaged in tending a musical instrument invented for It
the injured officers when a second I antt named after it The reproduction
(train, plastered with ired crosses, ran of the sound of church bells in opera
in at the adjoining T'latform. Soon! was Ion a difficulty. Beal bells slm slm-the
the slm-the soldiers were fioclcing out of the P- browned the orchestra, and all
nn, rrv J w substitutes were tried, in vain until

to ithe cars 'mostly wore slings. There ;
were itandaged heads, arms and ;
shoulders, ibut 'he soldiers them-j

selves were in 4he best of spirits and j Dy large hammers covered with cot cot-jumped
jumped cot-jumped into the 93uses with the frisk-j ton wool. And the result is as near to
in ess of sohoolboys. Some of the the solemn sound, of church bells as
wounded, however, were more ser- the theater has been able to geLBos-
Liuclr ii-nlnrfvfl "On o min bv nn t ton TleHlld. ;

Dr. Moti designed the Parsifal, bell

Instrument, somewhat on Jhe principle
of the grand piano. Each of its five
notes has six strings, which are struck

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, Tie Seasons.

Really there are two pie seasons one

' when the blackberries, raspberries and

stretciher, which was allowed to rest

Lon .the ground for some time, and a

doctor examined him and felt his

pUise. -ujners, too weaic to move, blueberries are ripe and when apples
much, were lifted from stretchers are green and the other when the frost
Into vans, where they were made is on the pumpkin. The pies of the In
comfortable cn mattresses and blank- between times are as lead to gold to
ets, .with soft white pillows for their the pies of other times. No pie except
heads! As a party of the wounded e pumpkin pie is a pie at all unless
- t . rtT I the. Juice runs from between the cor-
were Jbeing driven through 'Moor-, ergthe Juice of ripened fruit charged
gate street, they were heartily cheer-j wItQ sun and Custom makes us

ed tby a large crowd of .business men

The flowers girls threw -their iblos iblos-s
s iblos-s oins at the 'soldiers.

State of Ohio', City or Toledo,
Lucus-County. ss.
'Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business In
the city of Toledo, county and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will
pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED

DOLLARS for each and every case

eat pie last. It is a bard rule, deemed
only by the anticipation which helps
us to go through the preliminary sta staples,
ples, staples, glad in the thought of the delect
able to come. Chicago Post.

First to "Put His Foot In It."
It was a bishop of olden times who
first "put his foot in' it' and ever
since, then the most ordinary layman
who 'makes a' blnudcr 'Is said to "put
bis foot in it."

It wasn't the bishop's fault after all.

of catarrh that canot be cured by j but tbe housewives who ran to doors

the use of . 'HAUL'S CATARRH
CURE. '.Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to-(before me and subscrib subscribed
ed subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of
December, A. D., 1886, (Seal)
A;' W. Gleason, .Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter Internally
nally Internally and acts directly upon the
blood and inucou3 surface of the sys system.
tem. system. Send for testimonials free.
F. J."Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation,
stipation, constipation, adv

Germany as an Advertiser.
Germany kzovrs the business value
of nn advertisement even when it re refers
fers refers tnr o particular commodity. Hence
Germ-any is 'net at all modest in put putting
ting putting its earth-girdling label "Made iz
Germany" upon many, a package
manufactured in America, Type Typewriters,
writers, Typewriters, cash registers and other ar articles
ticles articles in which tbe United States is so
far ahead no second can be seen, may
be sent from Philadelphia to Ham Hamburg.
burg. Hamburg. Very often when these, articles
reach their destination 2,000 miles
from Hamburg they are neatly tagged
"Made In Germany.

STOP THAT FIRST COUGH

Check your fall cough or cold at
once don't wait it may lead to
serious lung trouble, weaken your
vitality and -develop a chronic lung
ailment. Get a bottle of Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey today; it Is pure
and harmless use it freely for
that fall cough or cold. If baby or
children are sick give it to them, it
will quickly relieve and permanent permanently.
ly. permanently. It soothes the irritated throat,
lungs and air passages. Loosens
phlegm, is antiseptic and fortifies
the system against cold3. It surely
prevents cold germs from getting a
hold. Guaranteed. Only 25 cents at

your druggists.

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and windows every time the good
bishop passed and asked for his bless blessing
ing blessing and while getting it they let the
porridge burn. Then they blamed the
bishop for the trouble and said "the
bishop put his foot In It "Milwaukee
Journal..
Tom Corvwin's Mouth.
Tom Corwln had an enormous mouth.
He once said he had been Insulted by
Deacon Smith. The good brother ask asked
ed asked for further explanation about the
Insult.
. "Well. said Corwln. "when I stood
up in the lecture room to relate my ex experience
perience experience and I opened my mouth Dea Deacon
con Deacon Smith ro.e up In front and said.
Will some brother please close that
window and keep It closed?"

Seymour's Long Hit.
There have, been many sensational
four baggers knocked out by the heavy
.sluggers of the big leagues, but a bit
once made by Cy Seymour in Boston Is
the daddy of them all. Tbe ball sailed
over tbe fence and fell Into a coal car
attached to a fast freight and was
found by a brakeman when the train
reached New York.

The Element of Difficulty.
Is It bard to learn the use of a teler
scope 77 asked the student.
"Noi very." replied the camljd pro professor.
fessor. professor. "The hardest thing abouf as astronomy
tronomy astronomy Is guessing what something is
after you manage to see it. Washing Washington
ton Washington Star.

Diplomacy In the Hoifle.
Mrs HeniHH-kke Von never did any anything
thing anything really clever in your life. Mr.
Henje-kke Von seem to forget, my
dear, that I married you. Judge.

Connrtenre in another man's virtue is
no ll::ht evidence of one's own.

Tempt thb appetite,
please t the taste and
nourish the, body.
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with a delightful flavor
appropriate for lunch luncheon,
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Prompt Prescription Service
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NEW LOCfiTIOH.

I have" moved my store from
South Main street to the Burnett
building on East Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, where I shall be pleased to
meet my old as well as new pat patrons
rons patrons In the future when they are
in need of anything in the line of
Xew 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. BIL BOBOITT,
11 FORT KING AVENUE

Flower pots and jardlnleis in.., all
.'.zes at Ocala Seed Store. S-ltf



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THE OCAIA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 1914.

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

Thought for the -Day
The light of smiles shall fill again
The aids ithat overflow twith tears,
And weary hours of woe and pain
iAre -promises of happier years,
A suggestion from the 'Minneap 'Minneapolis
olis 'Minneapolis Journal recalls the fact that in
the more spacious times of yore, con conversations
versations conversations and letter writing took
ftheir plaee .among the arts, leisure
anil (thought were (devoted to them
and their production were the most
agreeable occupations of those times.
Wo (like to read those old time ,ta ,ta-Ible
Ible ,ta-Ible (talks," not (because fthey were so
carefully Written, fout that 'their neat
phrasing holds a charm and they are
(replete with the conversations of per persons
sons persons of genteel leisure, and depact
the, grace of the eighteenth century.
Without these .productions our litera literature
ture literature would 'he singularly ibereft, for
In these seemingly degenerate times
those old treasured arts are sadly
neglected. Our rapid age Is a Tolley of
iooks. ana our conversauon siaus
upon deafened ears like a hose spray
ing water. This rapid-fire plan is un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant to culture and refinement,
and the mental attitude towards it is
slowly .but surely changing the cur current
rent current of modern iliterature and letter
writing to the more leisurely period.
It will come with its soothing in in-fluen
fluen in-fluen ce 1 ike an old (friend to who m
we love to chat and listen withQut
feeling the necesty of 'alws.' mak making
ing making reply.' Yes, we are going hack to
the old love of our- ancestors, going

(back to the old: open fireplace ithspend .a ,month as the gUiist her

its charm' of sparkling cheer and
beauty, even wttere the -house is
superheated by steam. The "open
fire" in letters and conversations mill
come, back, its Charon is already
warming the cold .hearts of the pub publishers,
lishers, publishers, and .somehow we are 'being
cheered and -strengthened in the
faith of the r e vi vail of th e b est of o 1 d
customs -love, leisure and conversa conversation
tion conversation within the any stic shadows of the
old open fireplace is an inspiration to
!be confined to hallowed homes takrae
1 :
and (Mrs.. 3! L. Carney hav
returned f rom 1 short visit to &It.
: and Mrs. T. (B.lsnook at Weirsdale.
nvir. Snook is mdted in that section for
"having the finis t guavas, and their
friends Tevel n the good things
-f-1-.rv!. IV. .J 4-rU1 1
The Star regrets to say that 'Mrs,
' Ohas. -'E. French remains compara compara-'
' compara-' lively helpless physically, Itho her
anin d ,4s as b righ t 'as .ever. Sirs.
.French as a 'highly educated lady and
an excellent writer, For many years
she was the Star's Spring Park cor cor-respotndent,
respotndent, cor-respotndent, and iher letters were read
with interest not only by the Park Park-'
' Park-' ites, Ibut toy people all over the coun country,
try, country, randtni'any in distant states. The
Isaar this morning sent word to :Mr.
French that it wanted to see ihlm, and
Mrs. French, at 'once" guessing what
"'Charlie" was needed for, (proceeded
to write out the desired information
and sen d it with .him. (Not : many
there are who can or will help a
neiwspaper man that ; way.
i
The frielids of Sir
and Sirs.
Ed.fi
Weathers will !be pleased to learn of
' the arrival o a fiife little son at their
fiome at Old town.
The friends of Sir. and Sirs. J. T.
Brantley of Waycross, Ga., .are re receiving
ceiving receiving announcements of the arrival
of a son in their home.. Mrs. .Bran t t-ttey'was
ttey'was t-ttey'was formerly Sliss Jule Wiley, a
niece of Sir. and Sirs, r" A. Burford,
and ihas a large circle of f riends in
this city, where she 'has (been a pop popular
ular popular guest oipon several occasions.
.
Sir. and Mrs. 'H. B. Griggs and
family were shopping in the city from
.'Lynn today. ,y ,y--
Sir. arid Sirs. Lanier Robertson .en .en-textarned
textarned .en-textarned as their guest yesterday
their (brother, Sir. Geo. F. Robertson
and family of .Newberry. Sir. and
T
100 JAP RUS
9x12
While They Last,
Tlie (Slole
Don't Pay More,,

Mrs. Robertson are enjoying an auto
trip through the country and are
having a pleasant time.
The aittle winged God, Cupid, sits
enthroned today in the golden mesb. mesb.-e3
e3 mesb.-e3 of mystery and the .busy, little
dickybird says his victims are unmer unmerciful
ciful unmerciful and unyielding to paternal ad advice
vice advice to wait until a certain pair of

,wonderful eyes are older, and that the
wedding hells .will most surely chime
the happiness of a certain devoted
couple within the next few days.
The tiny cottage is all in readiness
and lacy curtains are being placed
with "all the dainty touches that only
love can give. Of course the dicky dickybird
bird dickybird 'knows that Cupid'a arrows are
most effective and providence (pro (provides
vides (provides a way when the fires of love
overwhelm the heart.
.
Judge Carlton and daughter, SMiss
Kate Carlton, whQ tfiave 'been the
crnesta of their daueshter tamrt sdstvr:
Mm ;H M Haumtou and family -for
sometime, left this afternoon for
their home in Arcadia. 'Mrs. Carlton
will remain with iher daughter sev several
eral several weeks longer.
tMrs. Wm. ftl. Gober and little ones
have returned from a delightful sum summer
mer summer outing with relatives In Com Commerce,
merce, Commerce, Ga. Judge Gober met his
family in Jacksonville and escorted
them home. '
' i
'M iss Veva Pu rd y of Bo rts mouth
Ohio, arrived in the citv todav tri
uncle and aunt, 'Mr. and Sirs. J. H.
Dunn. -: f ,'
v :
Gtrs. IB. F Borden and children re returned
turned returned today from Oxford where
they spent several days visiting relative-.
" --r-y y
'Miss Ethel Lamb left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for her home at Worth ington
Springs,. after a -visit of some length
to Miss iEllen Stripling.
V (Miss Sue JMoore :is at home again
f ram a summer's outing spent as the
I'guest of f riends in various places.
Oiiss (Elizabeth IMiller, af ter a 'Visit
f a few days in the city, will leave i
for her; home in St. Petershurg. this
afternoon Sliss IMiller has heen en-
joying a round of delightful visits
(with her friend, Qliss Sue Sloore, in
Jacksonville, Gainesville and Slica Slica-nopy.
nopy. Slica-nopy. y -: '--J
Sirs. J. C. Smith and children left
today for a two i weeks' visit to Mrs.
Smith's oincle, Sir. and Sirs. ,iH. S.
Cummins at Rodman, jPla. V
. -.- ,;::;v-;:- y-:ycC--.y
Sir. and Sirs. W. B. Taylor and
daughter, Sliss -Elizaheth v Taylor,
were prominent Gainesville people
registered at the Harrington yester
day.
Mrs. Ola Potter and "children have
returned ho
e trom a charming visit
to relatives
h-at their old home in
vA'laJbama.
Gen. and Sirs, Henry W. Long of
e -
Slartel were in the city today, shop-
ping
and visiting friends
.Miss Juslina Rhody is the guest
fc? a :few days of airs. G. K. Williams
and daughter, Miss Edith Williams,
at iLake Weir.
Mr. and lMrs. Arthur Leavengood,
who have 'been visiting relatives in
Ocala for several weeks, left this aft
ernoon for Stanton, on (Lake 'Weir,
where they will make their home.
Mrs. L. L. Hopkins and IMiss Lcr-
ena f reeman oi ueaieview, were
among the Star's pleasant callers to
day. fPhey are enthusiastic civil
league morkers for the City of Oaks,
and this organization is to a great
extent responsible for many of the
civic improvements of the place.
"
IMrs. S. H. Blitch and son, iiandis
B li tch and their gn est air. Wii ker-
son. of St Petersburg, ,were in the
city today.
Mr. Raymond Bullock Jr., who
spending a short time with his sisters
- .--
and 'mother at Demorest, Ga., has
heen offered a -position on a South
ern League team, and should he ac
cent his friend &argure of much
success for him as he is considered
on of the finest catchers in the South.
"!'wIr.- endai-re.'-JM;Er'Kobiti,son of
Ocala spent a few1 days this week in
the citv. Jacksonville Metropolis.
Dr. and iMrs. "Robert Ferguson,
-
who have heen enjoying a two
months' visit with relatives at Old-
town and Fairfield, expect to return

to their home in New Orleans about
the first of October. Dr. Ferguson is
in the hospital corps at Tulane and is
meeting with much s'uccess. He is
an exceptionally .'bright young man
and his (Marion county friends have
reason ?to be prolyl or him and his
prospects for a brilliant career in his
chosen profession. .
.'
Miss Harris and the Workmans in
vMiami
The ifollowing from the Sliami Sle Sle-tropolis
tropolis Sle-tropolis will be of interest to all Mar Marion
ion Marion county people: x
"Quite a large number of IMiamians
and Dade county citizens took ad advantage
vantage advantage of the opportunity given to
them last night of meeting Miss Ag Agnes
nes Agnes Harris, ihead of the doms:ic
science department of the Florida
State College for Women. Mis3 lla lla-ris
ris lla-ris is 'better iknown here and thru thru-out
out thru-out the state for her interest in the
canning club work. As head of this
department in the Woman's Cluh
Federation, JMis3 Harris is accom accomplishing
plishing accomplishing many wonderful things.
"Mrs. A. (Lrelght Slonroe is the gov government
ernment government agent for the work in (Dade

county, and Avas last year assisted byl
SHss Slay Crosland, teacher in do domestic
mestic domestic science 'in the' ihigh school,
who looked after the canning club
work in the city. .This year the work
calls for (greater assistance, and SI iss
Crawford will teach domestic science
in the schools throughout the coun county,
ty, county, and will assist "in the canning
club work.
"So (mufflh was accomplished along
this line last year that everyone in interested
terested interested is hoping to see a -great deal
more accomplished this year through
the cooperation of the three agents,
Mrs.-Monroe, Miss Crosland and Sliss
Crawford.
"Introduced to the public for, the
first time, last night, were "Mr. and
tMrs. J. tH. Workman, who shared
the honors of the evening with -Miss
Harris, and were adopted by every everyone."
one." everyone."
Sliss Genevieve reading, who has
been, confined to the BeSoto Sanitar Sanitarium
ium Sanitarium sthe past ten days, following an
operation for appendicitis, was re removed
moved removed today to the home of her par parents,
ents, parents, Sir. and Sirs. W. 'A. sRedding, 4n
Springfield, which; will 'be pleasant
news to her many friends. Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville SI etropolls,
1
iDr. J. iLee Kirby-Smith has return returned
ed returned f rom a stay of .several weeks in
Chicago, where 'he took a special
course of study, after which 'he spent
some time with SJrs. Klilby-fSmlth
ani little daughter, Avho are -visiting
sirs. H. L,: Anderson and Sliss ?Fran
Ues Anderson at 'Burt .Lake, Sllctt.
Jacksonville Sletropolis.
WHAT'S THE USE
hanging on to old-time, old-foggy
hand-mixed Lead and Oil Paint that
will soon chalk off and discolor when
you can get
a thoroughly, modern, scienxinc ma
chine-made Paint, that will outlast
I the other, and cost you less money ?
For Sale by Slarion Ilardware Co.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
-BBKIN 1DUOKS FOR SADE rThirty-
four f at, young mammoth Pekin
ducks, for eating or hreeding pur purposes.
poses. purposes. Apply at 2 03 'East Eighth
street. 9-1 6-6 1
KOOMERS : wAjXTED Mrs. C. X..
'Moore, corner S. iMagnolia and 0.
4th streets, has several large, airy
rooms, which she will rent on easy
terms. 92-2w
LOST A pair of eyeglasses in skel
eton gold frames. "Were lost in
the untown A. C. U. yard. 51 re
ward. Leave at the Star office. 3t
lsliOiR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
1 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-mlle 'post on the
Dunnellon hard Toad; Host Aug.
29th. Finder will please return to
Star office. P. H. Pedrick, Dun Dunnellon,
nellon, Dunnellon, Fla. 9-15-6t
HUAKDERS WASHED Rooms with
I hoard or table board without rooms
Apply to Mrs. F. R. Kaiser, E2nd
street, 9-17-tf.

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ij White louse fi.Crcsco the 'Best Coffees we Imow

WHITE HOUSE

but we would like to say we push this line, fcnd always
one, two and three pound cans. :

JAVA AND MOCHA, DwineJl-Wrights, the
House. Just a different blend.
' CRESCO the best 35c Coffee on the market.;

: Liptoni9s Tetilley9s aMdl ISMiienflee Teas II
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; The Best place for' these and other Fancy Groceries in Ocala I
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Ocala;
IIlN'O coxci:rt tonight
If the weather clears nip, there" will
the a concert from the handstand to to-nigh
nigh to-nigh t, heffinning at 8:30..-
URITISirVlVAR POEMS
fTUe Europeam war is calling--forth
a 'great amount of (patriotic poetry in
England. The (following, from the
London Post, will be or timely inter interest:
est: interest: ulnstralia
(To tune of The Wild Colonial iBoy)
The word came up ifrom .iMelbourne
Town
That shines Jby Hobson's Bay,
And' 'sunlight Sydney cheered the,
news
Which Brisbane "heard that day:
And Adelaide, wliose oroad Qand
' runs
To Arafura's sea.
.Took up the cry and sent it forth
!fTo Perth and Kimberley, :
FromTin.Can ay, on iSandy Strait,
To Shark's iBay in the iwest,
From Dan denong-to Somerset :
, There's not a sign of rest;
Afoot or riding men are seen,
(Sot yet in 'haste or slow, -From
Bundaoerg to iBallarat
They drop the shears and go. v
The bush (bred iboys that ride Out
Back,
Stockriders every one, 1
(From iBroken HI11 to Namol, v
IFrom mine and cattlerun,
Are thinking of the (Motherland
That lies beyond the foam,
The land that scarce a busbman
ik'nows,
The (land lie still calls "Home."
The "Never Xe'ver sends her sons
(Prom every creek and down,
They take the track from all the
camp,
They. muster in the town; -The
ibanran ranges stall (breed men
Wiho iby, their mother's knee
Have learned what' Britain's "cooey''
imeans
"When theard across the sea.
For word's come up from iMerbourne
Town, -' '
Ash! ning on Iher Bay,'
And dear old Sydney cheers the news
Which 'Brisbane learned today;
From Inskip Light on Sandy Strait
To Shark's Bay, far and lone,
From Dandenong to Somerset,
, 'Old England knows 'her own.
iMorley .Roberts, r
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DIZZY?. 111LIOUS? CONSTIPATED?
Dr. King's Xew Life Pills will
cure you, cause a healthy flow of bile
and rid your stomach and bowels of
waste, and fermenting body poisons.
They are a tonic to your stomach
and liver and tone the' general sys system.
tem. system. First dose will cure you of
that depressed, dizzy, 'bilious and
constipated condition. 25c. all drug druggists,
gists, druggists, tuea-thrus-fri-w

.
COFFEE is too well known

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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 17th, Inclusive.
Return Limit 10 Bays.
Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
.For reservations and further particulars apply to 1

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Florida Pxtssenger Agent,

West Bay Street,

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carrya complete line in
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same standard as White
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IFHoiPiidlai,

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Jacksonville, Florida.

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Wo FJore Disappointments'

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who owns the duelling the business properly -that stands
in your name?
of course you think that you do; but are you right?
thQ question is worth considering, it involves the origin and
the development of individual ownership' in land.
in the beginnig of denization no man owned any definite part
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plenti plenti-ful
ful plenti-ful for individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particu

lar spot. ;

fiorida title and abstract corpora tlos

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TMever marry for love where there
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Use for the Menu.
-How's this?" said Cumso to Caw Caw-ker,
ker, Caw-ker, as they sat down to the annual
banquet of the Allied Sons of Lib Liberty.
erty. Liberty. "There's no wine on the menu,
but half-a-dozen glases are at each
place." "The menu is to take homo
to our wives," was the satisfactory cs-planation.

HER ID ARSON

Itev. J. F. Hollingshead Struck Down
and His Store Set on Fire
An alarm of fire was turned in last
night at 7 o'clock. The Jepartment

made its usual quick response and as
the fire Tvas in aknost the extreme
northeast corner of ithe'eity, it had a
long run. Arriving at the scene the
fire boys found the fire in a small,
metal covered building on North
Fourth street, t just east! of 'the An Anthony
thony Anthony road, occupied a3 a dwelling
and store by Rev. J. F. Hollingshead.
Although 'the hose rwas laid from the
nearest hydrant as the -wagon came
by, it was not used and the fire was
extinguished -with the chemical apr
paratus, although the entire Interior
of the building was filled -with smoke
and flames.
Before 'the fire was out one of the
firemen stumbled rover a body, lying
on the floor behind the counter in
the little 'room used as a general
merchandise store. He called for help
and the 'body ,was taken outside. On
the outside it nvas seen that the man,
or 'body, for life was almost extinct,
was that of Mr. Hollingshead, the
(proprietor of the, store, and that be
was 'gagged with a iheavy cloth tied
around and around (his head, cover covering
ing covering this eyes, nose and mouth. Also
that liis head was covered with 'blood.
The gag was quickly removed and
Chief Chambers had the :body laid on

a sof a that had been taken out of the
house and hurried efforts iwere made
(to revive 'him, a physician ibeing sent
( for in the -meantime. There iwas no
sign of breathing and 'but little pulse,
but after working with him for some
time, he began to breathe. The
(physician arrived and advised iremov-
ing him to the hospital. The am am-bulance
bulance am-bulance was sent for and 'by 8:30 he
was ,at the hospital and a hurried
j operation was decided "on, the man's
, skull having been crushed in by a
; .heavy blow on the head. The poor
old man died a litUe after o'clock
jfwhile'the operation was in -progress,'
s never regaining consciousness. The
; -skull was crushed into the brain and
there; -was never any chance for his
j reviving to give information oi his
; assailant. V
A imore thorough examination of
I the little store, after the fire -was out,
showed ,'plain'ly that the assassin had
opened the co-er of 'the big kerosene
! .oil itank,. dipped out oil and threw-it
by the ibucket (full xxver the walls and
I floor of the room, and the odor of
rkerosene was very strong ,in and

about the place. .'
In the corner, 'behind the counter,
where the ibody twas found," was a

ipool of blood on the floor, f apidly

congealing- On a small tbox, close
iby, the murder had thrown the vic victim's
tim's victim's bunch of keys and there was

(blood on the (box. A large bludgeon,
a piece of 2x4 scantling, was lying
near, evidently the weapon that had
been used. A little ..bag that the old

gentleman shad always .carried his
vmoney in was missing and has, not
been found. Some change fell out

of his 'pockets when he was moved

which the robber had evidently over overlooked
looked overlooked 1 or did not have time to se

cure.
i
T 1 ,T-! 1 IT.11! 1 3 n

years of age and a Baptist minister.
'He was a small man and frail. His
weight was not over 100 pounds and
he had been in bad health for years,
though of late his health was 'better.
He was born in Worcester, England,
March 1 1 S 4 2 came to this country
probably 40 rears ago and stopped in
Xe w York. Jjater he wentto Pitts Pittsburg
burg Pittsburg and entered the (mercantile bus business,
iness, business, conducting-two large and pros pros-perous
perous pros-perous stores. (He came to Florida
over, 2 5 years ago and settled at
Spring -Park and 'built a' fine resi residence
dence residence there, which was well furnish furnished
ed furnished and where the 'lived with his wife,
who bas been, dead a number of
years. He had a large store at the
Ipark, "but closed it and went north

about the time the -park boom -began
to die and remained for some time,

coming iback to find his -house pillag pillaged,
ed, pillaged, many of his things gone and the

hou'se (partially demolished or. carried
away.

Soon afterwards he moved to Ocala

and thought a small lot across the
street and a few yards further out

than where he last resided. He built

a little shack and put in a small stock
of goods and eked out a meager liv living.
ing. living. Afbout four years ago his ne.gb-

bcrs, IMr. and Qirs. J. A. Chandler,

found 'him ill with fever and in an

unconscious condition. They took

him to their heme and for five
months he was all in bed, unconscious

part of the time. After his recovery

a friend, Capt. Shaw, wrpte to him to
ship all of his goods to Jacksonville
and live with him. This he did but
soon afterwards was adjudged insane
and setn to Chattahoochee. Later
be was, discharged as cured, and
came back to Ocala, but it is said
was never able to obtain ibut a few of
bis' belongings. Soon after that he
told tMr. Chandler he was afraid to
live there alone as he feared he

he would be murdered as Silverstine

had been in Jacksonville (Mr. Chan Chandler
dler Chandler then had the house that he was
murdered In last night erected for
him on part of his own lot, next to
his home and he came over there
with his. merchandise, a few house household
hold household goods and books. This wa?
about two years ago. Mr. and Mrs.

Chandler have cared for him ever

since, nursed hint through several

illnesses and gave him most of his
meals and his rent free. He had
quite a nice 3ittle stock of goods that
would Inventory several hundred dol dollars
lars dollars probably.

It is a sad coincidence that he

should be murdered in identically the

same way that Silverstine was killed
in his little store-residence in. Jack

sonville, that the fate that he feared

should overtake him.

It is said that" he leaves a .eon in

the orchestra business and a daugh

ter in the show business In New York

City.

iRev. Hollingshead was a well edu

cated man, had been well raised and

was comfortably well off at one time
in a financial way. He was one of
the mildest, most kindly of men, had

naught but good to say of anyone

and when he was not treated right

and his friends would ask him why

he did not seek redress in the courts
he would say: "Xo, the Lrd will

make it all right."
He leaves many friends for his

comparatively small acquaintance

who will, miss his kindly face and

gentle voice and whose blood boils at

the brutal way in which he was mur

dered.

Two suspects have been arrested.

One of them is a man who applied to

Mr. Chandler for work and when of

fered work in the yard, although he
said he was destitute and hungry,

wanted three iprices for doing the

work, so his services were declined.

There are other incriminating cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances against him also.

. The other man is a negro called

night a, short time after the fire. The

evidence against him is strong.

It seems that 'Mrs. -Roberts, who
lives next door east of the little store
saw d tall, 'black negro coming out of
the store door just (before the fire

was seen. .Mrs. t;handier naa seen

such a negro 'around earlier. Mr.
Steven Long, who lives still further

east, saw a tall negro pass his house

fust after the fire. Before the fire
alarm Mr. Charles W. Smith, who
lives west of the store, saw "Smokcy"

pass his bouse dressed in a big black
hat and, white shirt 'sleeves. When
"Smokey" was arrested later he 'had
changed .bis clothes, and hat, a very
suspicious' circumstance for. him.
Though there was no signs of blpod
in the room the man occupied.
"Smokey 's" record 4s bad. (More
'than 13 years ago he killed a 'doctor
in Duval county, and left him gagged
in' almost the same way that the
victim of last night was done.' He
served 13 years on a life sentence in
the state penitentiary and was par pardoned
doned pardoned out less than two months p.go.
Just before noon, Justice of the
Peace J. G. Ferguson empanelled a
coroner's jury, who viewed the body
and adjourned till .Monday morning,
that all possible evidence may be
laid before them and a complete in investigation
vestigation investigation of the crime made. The

jury is composed of the following
citizens, Frank Anthony, 'M. F. TDod TDod-son,
son, TDod-son, iE. J. vHatcher, C. (A. T)lnkins,
Jtobert Fort and W. R. d urns.

The opinion prevail that the offi

cers have the" right man in Smokey
and indignation runs high over the
dastardly crime and there is much
uneasiness in the city and will be

till it is known for certain that the

right man has ben found, and has
paid the penalty of hi 3 crime.

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UMATIIiliA WAS -EASY

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Home Team Took the Game by
i Score of Five to Two

In the -game with Umatilla yester

day afternoon, the Ocala team won by

five to two, and tho the Umatilla boys
were not hard to beat, they put such
a correct and harmonious game that
it was a pleasure to play, with them.

The Ocala Tin-up was as follows:
Harris, p.; Dinkins, c; Charal, lb.;
Davis, 2b.; Dewey, 3b.; Wilder, ss.;
Burford, If.; Tompson, cf.; Batts.Vf.

A young man named Harris E-ppes
pitched for Umatilla, and did. very

well, (but not so well as the Ocala
pitcher, who is coming stronger every
game. J3oth teams backed up their
pitchers to the extent of their ability,
and the game was very interesting.
Ocala 'has had 'mixed luck during
the season, but is coming in strong
on the home stretch. There will not
be many games more as the half hol holidays
idays holidays are about over, and teams In
this territory are disbanding.

You remember the old saying "The proof of the
Pudding is in the Chewing of the Bag." It is so with
our Groceries and service. Unless you try both
you cannot know that they are the best you can get
in this town bought and planned to secure; and
keep your trade.
We know that a satisfied customer is. the best
advertisement we have. Try Us a YJcolu Send
or come with your-order or phone.
Here are some of the things that will make you
a pleased patron of this store.
Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Famous Seal Brand
Coffee.
Royal Scarlet Canned Goods and other food pro products.
ducts. products.
' And our store is chock-a-block with all the good
Tilings to Eal you ever heard of.
. Here- is a list of Special Values for
Saturday the 19th aid Monday the 2!st:
15c tin's 2 1-2 lb, Red Alaska Salmon each.- 20c
15c bottles Tomato Catsup,: 2 for .'.25c
10c tins Ready-made Concentrated Soup, 3 for 25c
20c tins Van Camps Beans, each--.'.-. ... 17c
20c tins Red Line Asparagus, each 15c
25c tins Red Line Cherries, each.. .. 20c
10c Glass Pure Apple Jelly, each -L 0c
10c Package Kingsford Corn Starch, each- 7c
10c Bottle Extract Lemon or Vanilla, each... 7c
Cheese, full cream, per pound ... . 21c
Fresh water ground meal, 10 pounds....- 25c
12 lb Bags Obelisk Flour, each. ..-...48c
24 lb Bags Obelisk Flour, each ..... 95c
15c tins Pie Apples, each 10c
15c tins Van Camps Sauer Kraut, each- 11c
Snowdrift Lard, medium tins, each.... .... ...:45c
Lard Compound, per todnd. ....lOc
Irish Potatoes, per peck .1 .... 20c
10c tins Baked Beans, each... .. J OGc
Bulk Roast Coffee, 25c value, per pound. ... 20c
Bulk Mixed Tea, 60c value per pound 40c
10c tins Karo Corn Syrup, each ...4. 9c
White Bacon, per pound..... ..... 17c
6 Packages U. S. Marine Tobacco. 24c
Schnapps Tobacco, per plug 13c, 2 for .... ..25c
Let us have y?ur orders. We deliver the goods.

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ing building on South Main street, and shall make erery endeavor lo
please everyone who may favor us with, their patronage.
While we make a specialty of PROMPT and ACCURATE
PRESCRIPTION, work, we also carry a full line of Toilet
Articles, Stationery, Patent Medicines and Standard Prepara Preparations.
tions. Preparations. We want to call special attention to our line of
Fresh GAHDEX and FIKLD SEEDS, which we sell under a
Guarantee that they are absolutely fresh, new stock.
Give us a trial when "need of anything in our line.
OUIt MOTTO: FRESH GOODS AIWAYS.

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CAPITAL STOCKf $50,000.00.
Stale,' County and City Depository.

DIARRHOEA QL'ICKIT CCItED
"My attention was first called to
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea "Remedy as much as 12
years ago. At that time I was seri seriously
ously seriously ill with summer complaint.
One dose of this remedy checked the
trouble," writes 'Mrs. C W. Florence,
Rockfield. Ind. For sale by all dea1 dea1-ers.
ers. dea1-ers. Adr

The Management of DR. McCLAN
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
i and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray o., and Troxler's stands.
larger quarters, more fully equipped ond will be raa
irictlr ethlcai lines.
HOURSt 9 A.M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 332

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MIXED METALS.
TROUBLES OF THE TEACHERS
CHAUTAUQUA 31USIC CONTESTS

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Licensed Embamers
Office Phone 10.
Night Phone 01.

All work given our personal

V attention and guaranteed lolly.

11 V. Oklawaha Avenue,
f OCALA, FLORIDA.

Selver 6 HJacBay

Funeral Directors

UNDERTAKERS and ELiBALfaERS

fine Casfeets and Burial Robes

I). E. McIVER and V. ROBERTS

Funeral Directors

All Work Done by Licensed Em-

balmers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES
X). E. McIVER ......... ....104
C. V. ROBERTS ........... .305
Undertaking Office...'. ..... 47

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Klerchanis & Miners Trans. Co.
STEAMSHIP LINES
JACKSON VI LLE
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BOSTON
NEW YORK
BALTIMORE
WASH I NGTON
PHILADELPHIA

New Steamers, Low Fares. Besi

eervlce. Wireless telegraph on ah
steamers. Through fares and tickets

to all Northern and Western points

Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
II. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,

Agent. Com'l Agt

Uty Ticket Omce, 25 Hogan Street

Jacksonville, Fla.

Gome of the Curious Results Shown In
Various Alloys.
In the beginning of man's acquaint

ance with metals only the softer oues.

such as cotmer. cold, silver ami tin.

were mined and worked np into uten utensils,
sils, utensils, weapons, etc. It was early dis

covered that an alloy of copper and tin

produced a reasonably hard metal call- j
ed bronze, which was suitable for cut

ting instruments and. although not as

hard as flint, was easier to work and
did not break. Then began tne bronze
tge of history.
An alloy is a compound of two or
more metals. Alloys generally possess
properties vastly different from the
parent metals. For instance, gold Is
the most ductile of all metals. It may
be drawn into the finest wire or beaten
into a transparent film finer than the
thinnest tissue, and yet mix the small small-t.
t. small-t. quantity of antimony with gold and
it is not ductile at alL Copper and tin
mixed together produce an alloy with
a higher specific gravity than either of
its constituents, and the same weight
will occupy less bulk. Copper and an
tlmony produce a beautiful violet blue
alloy.
By mixing together eight mparts by
weight of bismuth; five parts of lead
and three parts of grain tin an alloy is
produced which will melt at so low a
temperature that a spoon made of it

will melt when it is immersed in hot

tea and yet the melting point of each

of its components' is at least twice that
of boiling water.

A small quantity of manganese

makes iron almost indifferent to mag

netism, while a bit of tungsten will in

crease its magnetic powers. Copper is

a good conductor of electricity, but If
a little arsenic be mixed with it it be becomes
comes becomes almost a nonconductor. A little

tungsten makes steel very much hard

er. Lead and antimony are used for

making type metal because the alloy
has the. peculiar property of expanding

as it cools. New York World.

Questions They had to Answer and
Rules They had to Obey at the
, Recent Examination

FIRST DAY
Regulations
Questions must be kept exclusively

in the hands of the examiner until the

minute for examination on any sub

ject. Seals to every enclosure must

be broken in the presence of the ex

aminees.

The subjects must be taken in the
following order, and the examination

limited to four days:

Tuesday, A. 31., Orthography 8:30

to 11:30; Reading '11:00 to 12:30;

P. Ol., Grammar.
. Wednesday, A. M., Arithmetic 8:00

to 12:00; v. lm., jamposruon ana

Geography.

Thursday, A. M., iAgriculture 8:00 8:00-to
to 8:00-to 1 0 : 3 0 ; Civil -Government 10:30 to
12:30; P. M., Theory and Practice.
Friday, A. CM., Algebra; P. 01. Phy Physical
sical Physical Geography.
All examinees must begin any giv given
en given subject at the lime, and no recess
must be taken until that subject is
completed.
DUTIES. Every examinee must
supply, Shimseif with cap-paper, must
write .in a legible hand with pen, and

ink, must work in full view of other
evaminees, must number or letter

One of these Interesting and Enter Entertaining
taining Entertaining Affairs will be Held in
Ocala Next Spring
It is well to mention at this time
a feature of the Chautauqua which
is to be held in this city next March,
which bids fair to be one of much in

terest to this community, as well as
the sourroundlng counties, namely,
the musical contest.
The contest will be confined to the
piano this year.
Music has uplifted-many a weary
soul; it has broadened many minds;
under its influence mankind has

been spurred on to qvercome seem-,

inelv ImDOssible tasks. It has been

recognized that beyond all doubt a

tate and love for high class music

takes an active part In the mould

ing of men and women of real worth.
Who hath np 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. v

Each city will conduct its own in-,

divldual'contest. Judges will (be se-

lected from among the? local wen
known musicians and probably one
from among the celebrated muslc muslc-jians
jians muslc-jians who will appear 'on the pro-

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By the way, come and see those little solid alcohol stove3, 75 cents.

CARN BUILDING

PHONE 163

OCALA, FLORDDA

answers to agree with the questions, j g.ram.

aun-d tmust fasten ftocethen all sneeis

on the same subject. ,-

To the winner of the contest at

each Chautauqua Dr. Waldo will pre

sent a handsome gold medal.

Absolutely no -partiality will be

HI arir iimgj torn Hall IMsl
LUNCH ROOM
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
AT SENSIBLE PRICES
. OPEN. ALL NIGHT

PROHIBITIONS. (During ithe ex examination
amination examination on any subject, there must

foe no violation of any of the 'follow- gown in the competition for the
ing: medal. The successful contestant
(1) No examinee shall be seated win win it simply and solely on his
so that it be possible if or Mm to read or her merit. It therefore, behooves

PLANNED TO LASSO A SHIP, another's -writing; (2) shall bave in each prospective contestant to put In

his possession any :dook, noxe-oooK, an active winter's study, especially

or other thing if rom tWhidh 'help might UDon the piece to be played in the

be obtained; (3) shalk speak to any chautauqua contest. 4

person; (4) shall overlook another's Conditions of entrance into the

work; 05) snail ask the examiner contest will be as follows:

the meaning of any question; ibn Any white boy or girl of eighteen

sshall aeave his seat without ..perm is- years or under, residing in the state

sion; (7) shall leave the room more oJ Florida.'

than once, or remain out longer than Contestants must have at no time
ten minutes; (8) shall pass or throw ught piano or been employed'as a

about the room ; ( 9 ) shall naid pianist.

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PIANO TUNER

Located In Ocala, Fla;, Expert worn

guaranteed. Kelerences given. s
Associated with Herbert Latttier
distributor
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala,

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, There 1-s apt to be a latent anprehensfon

Sf distress to mar the complete ioy of

.. expectation. But

:;i this is quite ovrir ovrir-J
J ovrir-J come by the advice

of so many women
to use "Mother's
Friend." This Is an
external application
deslsnc?d to so lubri lubricate
cate lubricate the muscles and

P'yipl to thus so relieve the

pressure reacting on

the nerves, that the
latural strain upenthe cords and liga ligaments
ments ligaments is not accompanied by those severe
pains said to cause nausea, morning sick sickness
ness sickness and many local distresses.
Many people believe that those remedies
which have stood the test of time, that
have been put to every trial under tne
varying' conditions of age, weight, general
health, etc.,' may be safely relied upon.
And judging by the fact that "Mother's
Friend' has been in continual use since
our grandmother's earlier years and. Is
known throughout the United States it
may be easily inferred ; that it i3 some something
thing something that women gladly recommend.
"Mother's Friend" i3 prepared only In
our own laboratory and is sold by drug druggists
gists druggists everywhere. Ask for a bottle to-day
nd write for a special book for expectant
mothers. Address Eradfield. Regulator Co.,
507 -Lamar JClds., Atlanta, Ga.

An Old Time Mexican Scheme to Out

wit the Americans.
A leaflet from Don Ramon's folk

lore may interest you. When war haa
been declared against Mexico and the

arrival of the American hosts was daily

expected in southern California, St.

Agnes was Jn a tremor. Of course,
not of fear, but of excitement.

One day the news camethat a United

States vessel of war was approaching (ainythin

the harbor. A council or tne ancients ,DiaCe on any .paper iany mark calcu-

of the city was immediately conveneu t . rfigrfose its author.

and many plans or offensive anu ue-

fenslve action were proposed and dis discussed,
cussed, discussed, and finally the following one.
designed by a Frenchman, whose

brother had commanded a crack regi

ment under the great Napoleon. was
adopted: '

He was to take his spyglass and the

only available artillery that St. Agnes

afforded a small brass cannon, which

had been used alternately with anvils

to tire salutes during religious and civic

processions (I am unable to say how
many of a pounder it was) to the top
of the mountain, a distance of twelve
miles in a bee line from the ocean
beach. In the meanwhile all the ex expert
pert expert vaqueros, the moment the vessel

wns sighted. were to conceal them-

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selves and horses along the beach.

When the ship had anchored and the

proper moment, in the judgment of the
French commander, had arrived, he
was to fire the cannon from the top of
the mountain, at which signal the

vaqueros were to rush through the

surf and lasso the masts of the ship.

capsize it Into the breakers and har-
. a t 1 -l Aanrt Am li A y

Doon tne soiuiers auu utw us iucj

endeavored to escape to shore. This

brilliant coup d etat was not earned

out. only because the ship never came.

From "Romance on El Camino Real.'

by Jarre T. Richards.

Piec9 inust be memorized.

Piece must bo by recognized com-

IViolation of any of these prohibi-poser of.higa ade music.

ACCURACY

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ESTABLISHED 1832.:
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,'
' OCAJLA FIA.
First consideration and especial attention given mali trmctj

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ti on s twill 'be deemed sufficient cause

if nr .exfMrldinsf an v raDer from the

igriding co-mmittee, or ifor nulliiyin!

a iwihole county examination.

COMPOSITION

(Huntington's Elements of English

Composition)

Oivft .brief directions in writing a

eomposQtion aor (a.) cnoosmg a, iuu-

Ject; (b) gathering material; (c)

arranETins material: (d) selecting a

title. Two and one 'half credits eacn.

uenne -paragrapning, ana uisu.ng- t- chalrman of

uisn Detween composiuou isuujvci,

'paragraph subject, subject-sentenco

of a paragraph. Ten credits eadh.

.fa'i State five methods in five

Xo "ragtime" permitted.
No piece shall take over ten min

utes for its rendition.

The piece must be fourth grade ,or

higher.

Contestants will be marked,

among otner inings, on me iuhuw iuhuw-ing:
ing: iuhuw-ing: "' ;

Position, memory, expression, and

execution.

All would-be contestants should.

send their names at once to 3Ir; J. D.

Rooney of the local chautauqua com

mittee, and he in turn will Tefer the

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

words for the construction, af para- aJso award a gold medal to the win-

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Commercial Bank Block, on
3Iagnolia Street, West.

Post Box 518.. Local or
Long Distance .Phone, 293

MOOSE'S H1ML OBDER i0SE

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

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Martin's Way.
Irishmen are inclined to word per-
. a A.a.A xIIa t

version: out, says a writer, me iumu iumu-Ing
Ing iumu-Ing description of slow speech, which
often degenerated into a stammer;

shows that occasionally they use the

best words possible In explaining a

thing: '

"It's a quare sort uv way Martin

talks." said Pat. "It s as u ue iuk me

wurds out u v his mout an' looked at

'em before he gves 'em to yez." Ex

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To Make Colored Fires.
To make red fire: Mix one part of

sulphur, two parts of suipnace 01
strontium and four parts of chlorate

of potash.

To make green fire: Mix equal parts

of sulphur, chlorate of potasn ana

nitrate of barium.

To make blue fire: Mix 200 grains of

chlorate of potash, fifty grains of sul

phur and fifty-nine grains of sulphate

of copper. St, Louis Post-Dispatch.

eranhs. (b) 'Name three essentials

of a paragraph. Five credits each.

Write a paragraph of not less than

ten lines; tell ite su'bject.and tits sub

ject-sentence, and show that it xjon

forms to each of the Daragraph es

sentials. Ten credits.

" DCame five essentials of a sentence,

give one .or more rules for securing

each essential. Ten credits.
'Illustrate what is meant by loose
sentences and 'periodic sentences by
writing one of each and telling which
each is. Five credits each.
(a) Cs'ame .the five distinct -parts
of a complete letter. (b) Give the
substance of five dent's to be observ observed
ed observed in letter-w rating. One credit each.

Cvame f our .kinds of writing, or dis-
course, and define each so as to show
the distinguishing features of each
kind. Ten credits.
Explain briefly but clearly what is
meant in narration iby (a) the tpur tpur-pose;
pose; tpur-pose; (b) the plot; (c) (the charac characters;,
ters;, characters;, (d) the situation; (e) the 'point
of view: Two credits each.

Prepare a 'brief and write an argu

ment (taking either side) of not less

than 200 .words on tnis proposition:

Resolved, That the -present teacher s
uniform examination law of Florida

should be changed.' Ten credits.

ner. Details "of tho declamatioi con contest
test contest will be given later.

Johnny's Place

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

Good Old 65 Proof Rye,

Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal

lons or more,
at per gallon .

$1.50

Good Old SO Proof Rye,

Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal

lons or more,
at- per gallon.

$2.00

Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal

lons or more,
at per gallon.

$1.75

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

CHAMBERLAIN'S LINIMENT
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If you are ever troubled with
aches, pains or soreness of the mus muscles,
cles, muscles, you will appreciate the good
qualities of Chamberlain's Liniment.
Many sufferers from rheumatism
and sciatica have used it with the
best results. It' is especially tvalu tvalu-able
able tvalu-able for lumbago and lame back.
For sale toy all dealers. Adv

Giant Lobster.

Here are the measurements or a

lobster caught off the coast of New
Brunswick Its living weight was 25

pounds, or possibly mon Maximum

length, 34 inches, tip of tall to claw

end; telson and rostrum, 2') inches;

carapace, 9 inches; girth, 16 inches.

Crusher claw, girth, 14 1-3 inches;

length, 114 inches; width, 5?4 Liches;

depth, 3 1-3 inches. Cutter -law, girth,

10 hi inches;' length, 11 : 3 Inches;

width, 4 Inches: depth. inches

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 BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of it In bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft. '

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PROPRIETOR

OCALA, FLORIDA

Nitroglycerin and Guncotton.
Guncotton discovered by Peiougi in

1S3S consists of cotton steeped In

equal parts of nitric and sulphuric acid

and dried. Nitroglycerin Is a pale
yellow oily liquid, about half as heavy

again as water. Nitroglycerin was dis discovered
covered discovered by Sobrero. an assistant in
Pelougi's laboratory, in 1S47.

iEXANDE

PRACTICAL,
Carpenter.-- s nd Builder

Careful Estimates made on all Con

tract -Work. Gives more and better

wdrk for the money than any other

contractor in the city.

His Misfortune.
"Have you heard of the terrible mis misfortune
fortune misfortune that has befallen Bones?' Btl Btl-son
son Btl-son said to a friend.
'NoF said the friend. "No!"

"Bones, poor fellow,' said Bilson.

has eloped with my wife." St, Louis

Globe-Democrat.

Claarfn Galea LI ml tad.

Denmark hA a law that prevents a

merchant from having more than two t
Rearing galea a year. j

Easily Floored.
"What a polished talker Jobson is."
"Isn't he? I suppose thafs the rea

eon he eIIds ud on so many of hlf

atguments." Boston Transcript.

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

Merchant's Cafe. A. C. L. depot

corner. Meals a la carte and lunches

at any hour. Adv.

A. D. BROOKS

Has moved his General 'Merchandise

Stock from Main Street, next dooi

to the City Mraket to iue new

St. Georges Block,

where he Is now located in the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag

nolia and Sonth Second Street, where
he will be pleased to see his friends

and customers.

FIRST CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES

AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
A SPECIALTY.

CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC, CHOL

ERA AND DLARRHOEA REMEDY

"I advised the boys when they

enlisted for the Spanish war to take

Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and

Diarrhoea Remedy with, them, and
have received many thanks for the
advice given," writes J. H. Hough-

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

Speaking of Dancing?
Anything that's worth doing at all

ts worth nverdoing. Keble Howard-

HOT

WUvU

EL. CSi

. s . .
Broadway and 14th Street. N
New York City

lira

Union Square

A Clean, Comfortable, Convenient
and Homelike Hotel on both
American and European Plans.

American Plan, $2 per Day
and up. r'
European Plan, $1 per Day
. and up.

SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES
Churchill Company

SUMMER EXCURSION RATES

VIA

ACUTE INDIGESTION
'I was annoyed for over a year by

attacks of acute indigestion, follow followed
ed followed by constipation,'' writes iMrs. M.
J. Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y. "I tried

everything that was recommended

to me for this, complaint, but noth nothing
ing nothing did me much good until about

four months ago I saw Chamber

lain's Tablets advertised and pro procured
cured procured a bottle of them from" our
druggist. I soon realized that I had
gotten the right thing for they
helped me at once. Since taking two
bottles of them I can eat heartily
without any bad effects." Sold by all
dealers. Adv.

STANDARD RAILROA D OF THE SOUTH
-

$37.05 Cincinnati, Ohio.
$47.33 Chicago, 111.
$02.05 Denver, Col.
$30.30 Evansvllle, Ind:
$35.55 Louisville, Ky.

$18.30 Marietta, Ga.
$39.05 New York, N. Y.
$39.05 Philadelphia, Pa.
$41.80 St. Louis, Mo.

- $93.55 San Francisco, Cal.

TICKETS SOLD DAILY. FINAL LIMIT OCT. 31.
STOP OVERS ALLOWED
For information and reservations call on A. C L. Ticket Agest, or
J. G. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger Agent,
TAMPA, FLORIDA.



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THE OCALiA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 1014,

GOT THEM WITH THE GOODS

a

British Petty OHicer Prevented

Bunch of Germans from Run Running
ning Running the Blockade' 1
Halifax, X. S., Sept. 10. Even be before
fore before the Spanish mail steamer -"Mont-sea-rat
left her dock in 'Xew York on
Sunday, September 6, the ship and
the sixty-eight German" reservists on
.'her passenger list Iwere under the
close scrutiny of the British .navy.
Among the tMontserrat's passengers
was quiet observant Englishman
named Beatty, who in an unobtrusive
manner contrived to see a 'great deal
of what was going on aboard, -particularly
in the party of Germans. No Nobody
body Nobody paid very much attention to 'him
until (Monday morning, when H. !M. S.
Glory hove in sight.
Then one of the sullen downcast
Germans, who lined the rails anxi anxiously
ously anxiously speculating whether the iBrit iBrit-ish
ish iBrit-ish cruiser would disregard the Span Spanish
ish Spanish ensign waving at the sMontserrat's
stern and search her suddenly be
came aware of IMr. Beatty, who was
a very busy man, just then, standing
on ithe (poop deck in the partial sh el-

ter of one of the boats, he was vigo

rously wig-wagging to (the Glory and

the Glory's semaphore was describ

ing motions that were utterly unin

telligible to the 'Montser rat's officers,

for ithe whole conversation was being

carried on in navy code.

The identity of 'the well-set up Eng

lishman was instantly disclosed, and
in sfrantic 'haste a -party of Germans
rushed at 'him itrying ito stop his: sig signalling.
nalling. signalling. The if ore if rent of the rush

went down before right and left jolts

from the shoulder, but numbers, con

quered in the end and Beatty was
eventually overpowered, but be had

done his work.

The keen-eyed signal officers on the

Glory's bridge saw the rush at tfcheir
confederate. In an instant up went
a multi-colored signal in fine miter-

national cod e directing the Montser Montser-rat
rat Montser-rat ito heave to at once, if olio wed by
another directing ber officers to see

that the Englishman attacked aft was

immediately released.

All this time the Glory was swiftly

bearing down on the merchant ship

and there was something so compell

ing about the frowning appearance

of the big twelve inch guns in her

forward turret and the wicked bat battery
tery battery of six inchers Showing their imuz-

of bullets to gaze In pity on the white,
boyish face, the colone! said. .'But you
.?ant'do that, lad you me dying.
I know I am. colonel. the gallant
boy replied 'But I -an hold the reins
when I aw dead."
"The foionel placed the bridle in the
trembling hands and went forward.
When the fight was over he hurried
bqck and found the loy lying dead, the
bridle reins still wrapped .tightly
round hi limp right band." Youth's
Companion.

Queer Story of a Grave.
A curious barren raonnd Is to be seen
in Montgomery churchyard. What Whatever
ever Whatever the cause, there is plainly to be
een a strip of sterility in the form of
s cross among a mass of verdure
With the mound a melancholy legend
is connected. It Is called "Robert's
Grave." and the story Is that beneath
this barren hillock He the remalnf of
an Innocent man who was hanged on
mistaken evidence. It Is said that
while the, man stood on the gallows'
with the me round his neck he sol solemnly
emnly solemnly declared, as a proof of his Inno Innocence,
cence, Innocence, that grass should never grow on
his grave. And even so it was and Is.
Any one who attempts to frustrate the
fulfillment of this prophecy by sowing
grass on this spot pays the penalty
with bis life. Instances are given of
Individuals who have been rash enough
to do so and have met their doom soon
afterward. Cardiff Western Mall.

Under the Green Light.
Cube sugar and ivory piano Key are
inspected under the ghastly greenish
rays of mercury vapor lamps with
greater speed and act unicy ttian ran
be attained In ordinary daylight. Any
impurity In sugnr manifests itself by
changing the white to a shade of yel yellow.
low. yellow. To detect impurities, plates ot
the crystallized sugar our Inch thick
are examined by a man looking
through theuj toward n mercury vapor
lamp of the kind which is a familiar
adjunct of the galleries of postcard
photographers. When thus viewed, ac according
cording according to the Electrical Wrld. the
yellow Impurities stand out oearly In
the bluish green light The color of
ivory varies from the outside to the
center of the tusk to such an extent
that manufacturers sort the pieces lntc

sixteen different shades. Formerly this

sorting could be done only in bright
daylight. but with the light of the
mercury vapor lamp grading can be
done without limitation at any hour
of the twenty-four.

Stammered to Himself.

To those who stutter or stammer let

me suggest .my personal cure. At

about fourteen I was attacked by a

bad habit of stammering and couldn't

start a remark without It. The other

boys laughed at me. and elders pro-J

JeVted complicated cures. But the ab

surdity of, the situation appealed to
me. Why couldn't 1 say "I" at once

without the preliminary stammer?.

It was obviously necessary to stutter.

often before saying "No." Weil, why

shouldn't I stutter to myself? The

method was adopted. When a sen

tence had to be started .the stammer

was carried out In silence if a dozen

W had to start a "No. And after

a few days of deliberate speech, with

the stammer done In silence, I was
delivered entirely from the habit habit-London
London habit-London Standard,

DARK DAYS

Are Days of Suffering They Are Be

coming Brighter for Some Qcala
. People
Many dark days from kidney, ills.

Backache, headache1 tired days;
Urinary trouble makes you gloomy.
'Doan's Kidney Pills have proven

Zles along the sides that the Spanish their worth.

officers made haste to -see that both

orders were carried out at once.

The Glory rounded to near the

Have been tested by many kidney

sufferers.

They are indorsed by Ocala peo-

. iMontserrat. There was the shrill pie. v

twitter of a boatswain's whistle pip- iL. C. Pafford, carpenter, 29 E.
(ping a iaundh away and in another Monroe St., Ocala, says: "Last

moment a very efficient body of beav- spring 'I had a bad case of backache,
ily armed blue jackets were on board I couldn't straighten up after I once
the IMon'tserirat, while Beatty, stand- stooped over,, upless I took hold, of

ing stiffly at attention before the something for suport., Often I could
lieutenant in charge of the boarding see dark spots floating in front of

party, was making & very detailed re- me and sometimes'everything before

A Military Secret
The plebe. sitting on the monument
beside the first class man. looked
across the river from West Point to
Constitution Island. The plebe was
Inquisitive. He wanted to know what

the government intended to use Con- j
stlrutlon island for. The first class;
man coughed discreetly, blushed and
looked around him carefully for eaves eavesdroppers.
droppers. eavesdroppers. "It Isn't generally known." he said,
"but you're a cadet now. If the sig signal
nal signal corps experiments go through suc successfully
cessfully successfully they'll use It as an aviary.".
His voice dropped mysteriously.
"For," birds, eh?" said the plebe,
"Carrier pigeons?"
"Not exactly." answered the knowing
one. "They'll be pigeots. as they call
'em cross between a carrier pigeon
and a parrot to carry 'verbal mes messages,
sages, messages, yon know. Don't tell."
And the plebe didn't New York
Post
Almost Insulted.
Amid the lace bargains In one of the
larger department stores the, other day
a shopper engrossed in thought set her
little Japanese spaniel on the counter.
One of the salesgirls, not seeing the
little dog. threw a remnant of reduced
lace over him and entirely submerged
him. When the woman went to look

1 for her pet he was not to be found, but

several shrill yelps, accompanied by an
upheaval of the ace. betrayed his pres presence.
ence. presence. He was quickly rescued from
his predicament and the woman,
showering kisses upon his moist up upturned
turned upturned nose, said. "Did they cover
mamma's precious with cheap fifty
cent lace?"
The salesgirl, who evidently had cul cultivated
tivated cultivated diplomacy, assured the dog's

mistress that the lace had Deen, re

duced from $1 to 50 cents, and the wo

man took her pet away mollified,

Philadelphia .Record.

BURBAXK

Burbank, Sept' 17. Sir. H. E.
Graham has -gene to Jacksonville.
iMrs. G. H..Dyke and little daugh daughter
ter daughter Dorothea, spent a few days in
Ocala this week the guests of Mrs.
McClure.
tMiss Helen Thornton returned Sat Saturday
urday Saturday from Ocala, where she took
the teacher's examination for the
Gaiter school.
Mr. J. K. Priest transacted busi business
ness business in Ocala Monday.
IMr. and iMrs. 'Wilson were in Ocala
Tuesday on business.
'Mr. Joe Milici is expected here
thi3 week from New York. Joe ex expects
pects expects to stay this time for good.
'Mr. Clarence E. Turner returned
Monday from a visit to Atlanta, Ga.
'Mr. ; M. D. iL. Graham is on the
sick list
iMr. Herbert Turner was in Ocala
Monday.-
The Misses Douglass of Palatka,
have 'been the guests of 'Miss 'Mozeil
Priest.
Mr. and 'Mrs. W. Dickinson are an

nouncing the arrival of a baby boy
Tuesday.
Mrs. fM. D. L. Graham was shop shop-'ping
'ping shop-'ping in Ocala iFriday and Saturday.
Mr. and (Mrs. W. (McMannus and
son Hugh, 'have returned to their
(home at Burbank after an absence of
two years, which they spenl In Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. They say they are glad to

get back and soon hope to make

things boom on their farm.
iMrs. F. iM. Chaff e spent' a few
days in -Ocala this week shopping.

jcHo (Vtvttq K(LAno ftwi) f roast) t i. i fr-TtttFTl?- l

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

PITOXE 108

CITY MARKET

RHEUMATISM PAIITS STOPPED

The first application ot Sloan's
Liniment jgoes right to the painful
part it penetrates without rubbing
it stops the rheumatic pains
around the joints and gives relief
and comfort. Don't suffer! Get a
bottle today! It is a family medi medicine
cine medicine for all pains, hurts, bruises,
cuts, sore throat and chest pains.
Prevents Infection. 'Mr. Cas. H.

Wentworth, California, writes: "It

did wonders for my rheumatism.

I pain is gone as soon as I apply it. I

recommend it to my friends as the

best liniment 'I ever used." Guar

anteed. 25 cents, at your

gist. tues-thurs-fri-w

irort regarding the German officers

and soldiers in the Montarrat's pas

senger list.

The mystery came out then. Beat

ty was the petty officer of H. M. ?.

Essex -who was left behind when that
ship -was hurriedly ordered from

Mexican waters" at the outbreak of

liostilit es.! He made his way Lo New

ork and applied to the iBritish Con

sul- there for assistance in reaching

bis ship.' '.'

Instead of sending him on io' Hali

fax at ence, Sir Courtenay Bennett,

who had already- susnicii on of the

iMontserrat passengers, directed Beat

ty to 'take 'passage on her, ascertain

definitely if the suspected people
were Germans, and then communicate
bis information to a 'British ship

which would be instructed to inter

cept the Montserrat.

Once at sea, the Germans made no
6 H

seciet of their identity. They even

told how they proposed to wear their
uniforms under their ordinary clothes
In the event of being overhauled by a

British ship and searched for stis

Tected men. and on their arrival in

-Halifax Tuesday, revealed the fac

that their condemning German' uni

forms were concealed in this manner.

The (Montserrat sailed for Cadiz
yesterday afternoon, after Captain

Ferrer lodged a formal protest with

the Spanish, consular authorities he
m

against his detention by a British

man-of-war. This protest will be for

warded to the Spanish (foreign oihee
in due course of time. The baggage
of the German passengers was taken

off and stored here and is being ex

amined by the Intelligence office.

mebecamq black. A druggist recom

mended Doan's Kidney Pills to me,
saying that he had nothing better in

the store, so I got. a box and began
using them. I could see their, good

effects from the first few doses and

one box cure me."

Price 50c,, at all dealers. .Don't

simply ask for a kidney remedy

- w

get uoan's luaney puis the same

that Mr. Pafford had. Foster-Milburn

" i

Co., Props., Buffalo, X. Y. Ad

o.

v But Few Do.
Blessed be the man at the top who

members those who "steadied the lad-

- for him. ':

Give Your Blood

The Vital Sparli

Drive Out Impurities and
Make the Skin Smooth
and Clear.

-Mat

the

low
for

ToisoTis In the blood, so tindermlne
hoalth as to leaTe the system In a
state cf resistance. But iise S. K. S.

a Drier time and yon flare up the vital

ox uioca Ticr. it svreeps its Tray Tray-all
all Tray-all through the body, dislodges rheumatism.

rciifres catarrhal ccn'jrestioa, clears the

throat and bronchial tubes, dries up all

sum eruptions, enables the kidneys, lirer.

BMvery ot a Boy. effectively in enrrvic- lmr.rltiess rr.t rf tv.

Une of tne bravest acts I witnesed circulation. s. s. is the best knovn

during the whole war said an nfflfPr ?ta,cme. fcr the bood and lias the ccafi

Of the Armv of Vnrth.rn Vn ,.L tost people. They knew

u w i.uiiuivi, io tne siomacn ana exper-

U3 ium ui a younjr sojaier wno lence las shown that it nopomnlishp ni

was probably not over sixteen We tha was ever expected of mercury, Iodide
hnr! thmifrht rr h!r oC t.' i I of Potash, arsenic and ether destructive

wavufou lie wcui whu me regiment on (iet a bottle of S. S. s. today at any
all .of its marches and lived with it in druggist. Read the important folder wra?-

all it- fnrflmmTipnf ; ped around the bottle. It, tells of the

vuc vjr wee ua u ueree engage- partment, with aids and helps that have

menc. in toe midst or it a bullet nroven of -wonderful value tr those suf

fering with blood diseases. For a specia

book on the subject -written by an export

address The Swift Specific Co., 37 Swift
Uldg., Atlanta, Ga. For nearly half a

century S. S. S. has been the safegua'-c

of a myriad of people who are living ex

amples of what wonders can be accomplished

by thi3 famous blood purifier. Get a bottle

today but refuse all substitutes.

struck this boy in the breast, and he
fell. Our colonel ordered lil3 men to
dismount, and as he himself sprang
from his horse, the boy called out In a
weak voice. I will hold our horse,
colonel! j
I 'St0Dclr.L' in thz viltzi ;.f the storm

Ready For Any Sacrifice.
Even when the London Times was

sold at a high price Its aony column

was entertaining. Now that a copy of
the journal costs only a penny the col column
umn column 13 still more agonizing. Witness
this advertisement:
in order to save his aged parents
from distress, gentleman (foreigner)
wishes to sell Dimself for any purpose.
Willing, to do right away anything. 1
sincerely desire an offer."
If this cry had been uttered In the
old days Satan would have appeared
in a pleasing form and with, courteous
address waited on the gentleman In
despair. Only a scribbled signature,
only a penful of blood, would have
been necessary, and the aged parents
would have rolled In luxury. This Is
a sadly prosaic age. Boston Herald.

drug-

Worth at Least a Smile.
"What are you laughing at?" asked
the Old Fogy. "What's so funny in
that paper." "It Bays thai a hundred
persons have left New York to en engage
gage engage In missionary work," said tho
Grouch. Cincinnati Enquirer.

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If you are thinking or having you houso

PAINTED OR PAPERED or acy INTERIOR
x DECORATING done- be sure to see us before
letting your work out. We use nothing but first
class material and have had "
OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
We guarantee to give entire satisfaction.
S. J. Cluplia & Walter Tago

, P. O. BOX 428
Estimates Given

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TOUIiL CAPTIVATE "HER"
if you make us your Tailors. We
will make you charmingly present presentable
able presentable in your outward appearuuee.
As stylish Tailors we easily take the
lead in this vicinity. The best ma materials,
terials, materials, choicest patterns, sure fit,
stylish cut, and careful finishing
make the men who wear our Suits
the envied among their fellows.
And they are generally first favor favored
ed favored with the ladies, too.

TODD & COIV2IPF'lr(

Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel

OCALA;

FLORIDA

x Feasted on Candles.
Russian feoldlers. according to the
author of "Eat. Drink and Be Merry."
esteem tallow caudles a great luxury.
He facetiously describes how they
came- across a buge store of them
among the French baggage on the re retreat
treat retreat from Moscow and summarily
snuffed them out of existence. "Nev "Never
er "Never were they consumed In such a style
-before. The enraptured warriors drew
them across their mouths like a bow
across a fiddle and left only the bare
wicks as a proof-or now easily their
coverings, so necessary for lights, can
be readily utilized for livers."

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Literary Tragedy.
Ned That was a hard blow to lit literature
erature literature yesterday. Ted What was
that? Ned Why. lightning struck a
house, setting tire to a magazine In
the cellar, which exploded, shattering
the first and second stories and killing
two authors who were at work on the
third story.

A Roundabout Reply.
"Darling." said a young husband,
"what would you do if I should die?
Tell mer
'Please don't suggest such a thing."
was the reply, "I can't bear the
thought of a stepfather for our little
boy-"
That Tired Feeling.
Little Fred Are you tired. Oncle
Joe? Uncle Joe No Why do yon
ask? Little Fred Papa said you came
borne last ntgbt with an awful load.
Chicago News.

SALE CLOSES SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26.

We are over loaded in our pants department and we must
make room. To do this we have cut the prices almost in
half. If you think you ever will need any pants, it will pay
you to come in and look over pur stock. We will only men mention
tion mention a few prices to let you know what we are doing:

BOY'S PANTS

iBrown,
40 c

dark

45c

Getting There by Degrees.
Dox How are you making out on
your resolution to economize? Dix
Fine! I got my running expenses slow slowed
ed slowed down to a walk. Boston Transcript.

Sharp Cut.
Little Pauline came In. bringing a
scratched finger for salve and sympa sympathy.
thy. sympathy. "I cut it on the cat," she ex explained.
plained. explained. Judge.

50c Boys fancy Grey and
. medium 'peg, sale
price

65c iFancy Worsted, medium

and lights, sale
price

$1.00 Fancy Worsted, dark9 and
lights, -medium peg 'belt T
straps, good quality, price OC
$1.35 Fancy 'Worsted,- peg top,
hrown, gray navy blue -with pin

stripes, the very thing for
school wear, sale price.

$2.00 Fancy. Worsted, peg top, belt
straps, 'watch packets, Slip pockets,

assorted colors, sale
price

95c

$1.25

$2.50 Fancy Serge3 and medium
fancys, 'peg top, watch packets,
hip pockets, 'belt 1 E0
straps, iwell made, priceP X Ovl

MEN'S PANTS

$1.00

$2.00 Fancy Worsted, darks and
lights, with belt straps, two inch

hems, sale
price.

$2.50 Fancy, medium gray and dark
patterns, regular and medium
peg top3, sale $1 65

Fancy orsted, darks and

lights, medium peg, two hip pock-

$3.00

wide belt

$1.05

ets, one watch pocket,

straps, salo
price.

$3.50 iXavy Blue Serge, fancy gt-ys
and dark stripes, blue with light

s:ripe3, two hip pockets, two inch

hem, sale
price

$4.00 Fancy pin thread through dark
grays, the famous Mayheld Wool

en Mills line. Sale
price

$5 to $G Fancy Gray, Xavy Blue with
pin stripe, two hip pockets, belts
and belt straps, two and one-half
inch hem. Finely finished and are
made by the well known iM ay field
Woolen MI113. Sale 0 r P"

.. .... qjo.oo

$2.65

$2-85

price.

HAYES

Don't fail to visit this Sale as it is the one you ve been looking for.

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1014 5

OCALA OCCURRENCES

Dr. J. JM. Dell, of Gainesville, is
in the city today; V
; IXew "books coining each, aveek at
The ;Mur ray Company. 9-1 7-3 1
We no w have new crop rye seed
for sale. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf.
(Mr. R. E. Yonge and iMr. J. G.
Swakn left this morning for Salt
Springs to spend a few days fishing.
Office supplies, a.11 kinds, at The
Murray Company. 9-17-3t
:-t Mr. (Ed. J. Nix leaves tomorrow; for
vWauchula, where he -will likely make
;-2iis future 3iome.y V
. Trade at Gerig's, a reliable drug
store. 9-14-tf
air. Herman Benjamin, a well -remembered
citizen of Ocala, and yet
Abiding considerable property 'here,
is in the 'city, a guest of the Harring Harrington.
ton. Harrington. 'Mr. Benjamin is now a success successful
ful successful business man of Atlanta,
If you need hardware, give up a
call. Ocala Seed Store. 8-1 8-tf
.Several of it he long -distance tele telephone
phone telephone lines into the city .were put out
of commission .by tho short rain
storm that rpassed over the county
this forenoon.
Dr. W. K. LaneSpecialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
School books at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 9-17-3t
Gerig's Drug Stores. Quality the
foest. 9-14-tf
Qlr. W. W.' Condon returned last
night from a business visit to At Atlanta.
lanta. Atlanta. '
Let us f uirniEh you clean fresh
seeds -direct from the UISTT'S gar gardens
dens gardens for your fall planting. ', Bitting
& Knight drug store. 9-1 8-tf
1 f you wan t a Fl or i d a d ol 1 ax cheap
call on John Dewey. 'Mr. Pewey
had already invested in a (Florida
dollar, iwhen. there came along a pil pilgrim
grim pilgrim w-h o i was eit h er ha rd up or alb alb-sent
sent alb-sent minded, and parted with anoth another
er another souvenir plunk to Dewey f or one
square m e a 1 and 50 cents in real
money. Jewey is biting all the dol dollars
lars dollars he takes in now.
Several of the youngsters are try trying
ing trying to distinguish themselves J oy
jumping on and off the trains as they
pass thru the city. One of these
days-, one of the youngsters is going
to make a miscalculation, and when
he comes out of the chloroform he
will foe shy a leg. And then his
parents will sue the railroad.
Why order your sheet metal work
from out of town when the Ashley
Sheet Metal Works can supply you
right here? 9-1 23 1
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WEATHER REPORT
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min. R. F.
Septal. ... . .90 69 ..
Sept. 2. .. .... .90 69
Sept. 3. ... . .. .89 70
Sept. 4... .....79 70
Sept. 5... .....89 70
Sept. 6. ..... .90 69
Sept. 7... .... .87 70
Sept. 8. ... . .87 ,68
Sept. 8. ........ .92 67, .28
Septi 10. . . .89 69 .28
Sept. 11 . . . .87 60 1
Sept. 12. .... .89 63 .
Sept. 13 88 68 .62
Sept. 14 . . . .89 64
Sept. 15. ... ;. .80 67
Sept. 16: ... ... . 79 68
Sept. 17.. 78 67 .44
Forecast for this Evening and
..Tomorrow
Cloudy tonight and Saturday, 'and
probahly showers.
Fourteen pounds of sugar for $ i,
i with ca s h purchases of other -grocer-ies
to the amount of $1, Saturday
and Monday only. Smith Gracery
Cbmpany. adv. 3t
BAND CONCERT TONIGHT
There will be a (band concert on
the public square evening, if
the weather permits. v
DR. D. M. BONEY
Eyesight specialist; office and labora laboratory
tory laboratory 2-6 Gary building. A specialty
of correcting vision wnere mothers
fail. Y 8-26-tf.
BUIST'S fresh garden seeds for
fall planting at Bitting & Knight's
drug tore. 9-1 8-tf
Get a Victfpla at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 4 ' 9-17-3 t
Most of the Ocaja old-timers re remember
member remember Dr. Daniel, the clever little
druggist, iwho iheld a position in Ger Gerig's
ig's Gerig's drugstore .for several years after
the Jacksonville firey and who tried,
and almost succeeded, to be every everybody's
body's everybody's friend; "Little 3oc' now has
a drugstore of his own in one of the
subunbs of Jacksonville, and" Is doing
iwell.
L4l Star reporter this morning had
a 'brief; look at the Improvements
going on upstairs in the Munroe &
Chambliss block. Seems like a con con-certed
certed con-certed attempt Is 'being made to make
the upstairs as elegant as the bank
and store room 'down stairs. The
apartments are 'being worked over
and having many modern convenien conveniences
ces conveniences put in, and iwill also be handsome handsomely:
ly: handsomely: decorated. Mr. W. C. IBlanchard,
the veteran contractor, ds looking af after
ter after the i woodwork and fittings, and
the 'decorating is being attended to'
by the Dodge Sign and Decorating
Company. It will -be a nifty job when
finished.
The Commercial Bank today re received
ceived received its handsome new steel check
file. It is mouted on rollers and is
niade to fit the new, vault. It is plac placed
ed placed in position for filing checks as
they are received during the day and
as soon as the days twork Is checked
oJer it is iwheeled into the vault and
locked up with the other valuable
papers of the institution.
sFor prompt" prescription service,
phone 14. 4 Bitting & 'Knight, drug druggists.:
gists.: druggists.: 9-lS-tf
UNSUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT
AT ASSASSINATION
Over-Patriotic Austrian Shot at Rus Russian
sian Russian Governor of Galicia
Berlin, Sept. 18. -A dispatch 'from
Vienna says that an unsuccessful at attempt
tempt attempt was -made today to assassinate
the Russian governor of Galicia. The
assassin fired three shots,' one taking
effect in the governor's shoulder.
PO-RO-LAX RANISHES PIMPLES
Bad blood, pimples, headaches,
biliousness, torpid liver, constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, etc., come from indigestion.
Take Po-Do-Lax, the pleasant and
absolutely sure laxative, and you
won't suffer from a deranged stom stomach,
ach, stomach, or other troubles. It will tone
up the liver and purify the blood.
Use it regularly and you will stay
well, have clear complexion and
steady nerves. Get a 50c bottle to today.
day. today. Money back If not satisfied. All
druggists. tues-thurs-fri-w
She Knew.
She had sent a telegram and wag
waiting for an answer. Suddenly the
peculiar halting click of the receiving
i machine sounded in the. office and she
said to her companion: "That's from
! Charlie I know! I can tell his stutter.

WAS THE GREATEST
RATTLE OF THE WAR

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heights which overlook the river. He
had his guns rplaced and his men
ready when the British and French
troops reached the south bank of the
river. Clearly.it iwas essential to the
allies that a crossing be made if the
great pursuit was to be continued and
the hard -won victory pressed home,
but the river was swollen, running
swiftly after the recent heavy rains,
bridges must be 'built under a .wither .withering
ing .withering fire, they must be maintained un undamaged
damaged undamaged and must be crossed.
Artillery Duel on Banks of the Aisne
"All the Vantage points were held
by the men rendered desperate and
fighting for thedr lives. It twas a ter terrible
rible terrible prospect but it did not daunt
our splendid forces.
"The attack 'began Sunday morn morning
ing morning with all the dash that character characterized
ized characterized the great struggle of the week
before. Our guns were 'brought up,
placed in position, and a terrible ar artillery
tillery artillery duel opened; for as long as
the German artillery remained un un-silence4
silence4 un-silence4 there was little hope of
crossing the river.
"During this fight our engineers
worked laboriously, .bringing up great
po n toons w'hi 1 e th e fi r e si o w 1 y de decreased
creased decreased their numbers.
'"Af ter some 'hours of this suprenie
effort the enemy's guns on the nonh
l,ank ,are silenced and the troops be-
'gin crossing while the allies' artillery
still sweeps the. heights ; protecting
their 'passage.
- "By sunset wben-the cold rain and
wind starts the heights are won, the
enemy thrown back, and our troops
across at three crossing, places.
"While. the ibattle was proceeding
a most exciting (battle of aeroplanes,
German "and (English, occurred thigh
in the air- It was a great struggle,
the machines 'darting bither and
thither until finally the German,
wounded, fell to the ground."
Rattle of Aisne is Greatest of AVar
iRegarding the ibattle of the Aisne,
under date of -September 15, the cor
respondent of the Chronicle says:
"The unending, terrific struggle
-has lasted four days and only now
may one -say that victory lis turning
in favor of the allies. ;
"The town of Soissons cannot yet
be entered, for It Is still raked by
artillery and rifle fire, while roarin'
columns of smoke marked several
points where bomes are burning.
IMen from the front tell me that the
combat bas (been a -veritable slaugb slaugb-ter
ter slaugb-ter and that the unceasing fire of the
past if our days puts any previous- bat battle
tle battle anywhere completely in the
sbade.
."Several crossings were effected
Sunday but the German guns got the
range and compelled them to with withdraw.
draw. withdraw. iLast night, bow ever, the al allies
lies allies (brought up heavier guno and
these change the prospect.
"I can clearly trace the abandon abandonment
ment abandonment during the last three b'ours of
'a number of German positions by
the smoke o their guns moving fur further
ther further over the '-hills."
100 JAP RUGS
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Ttie Globe
"Don't Pay More"
The Arithmetic of It.
The pupils in a school were asked to
give in writing the difference between
a biped and a quadruped. One boy
gave the following: "A bipd has two
legs, therefore the difference be between
tween between a biped and a quadruped is two
legs." t
First English Concertina.
The first Engl.sh concertina wai
made in 1820, but there was a Ger German
man German concertina long before that time.
Mozart (who seems to have written
for every instrument in existence in
his day, including barrel organs, me mechanical
chanical mechanical clockwork, etc.) wrote an
adagio in C major 2-4 time for the
concertina in the year 1779, and also
an adagio and rondo for concertina,
flute, oboe, viola, and 'cello In 1790
or 1791.
Extreme of Laziness.
"Noodles is the laziest man I know.
He has an Invention fixed so that by
merely pulling1 a wire In vbed he can
light the fire; but that doesn't seem
to improve matters." "Why not?"
"He's too lazy to pull the wire."

Stevenson's Retort.
An interesting letter la Stevenson!
In reply to an autograph hunter whe
had spelled b!s name with a pb" in
stead of a "v."
The few lines with which you u.i vt
found time to honor roe. be replied
"contain certain indications of your
character on which I take' pleasure In
dwelling. They show yoo bo illiterate
that 1 cannot Judge your admiration
flattering, tbey show yon so careles?
of giving trouble to me that I am my
self careless how much offense I may
convey to you. and they are so 11 pen
ned that I am tempted to hope you
will discover a difficulty in perusing
way answer and place it unread In your
collection. The next time It shall occur
to you to trouble an author as you have
troubled me find out I do not say
what he has written: far less would 1
suggest that you should read It but
find out bow be Is in the babft of spell spelling
ing spelling his unpretentious name and give
him upon that point the flattery of Imi Imitation."
tation." Imitation." Chicago Herald.

Making Shot.
Even among sportsmen there are
probably many people who are not ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with the manner In which
shot Is made. The process Is carried
out at what Is known as a shot tower.
This a tall tower of metal or stone
with a tank at the top filled with molt
en lead. The bottom of this tank is
perforated with holes, and there, Is a
slide underneath It. also perforated.
This slide is pulled from side to side,
and every time two boles come oppo opposite
site opposite each other a small quantity of
molten lead falls through. As these
drops fall through the air they escurne
a globular shape, and If the 'tower Is
of sufficient length they solidify before
reaching the bottom. Here they fall
Into a tank of cold water and are.cooj are.cooj-ed.
ed. are.cooj-ed. "When the shot has to be small the
slide is worked more quickly ;than
when It has to be larger. Pearson's
Weekly. :'
- Her Seven Sons.
- A mother who had only one child, a
son. lost him through an accident by
drowning when he was seventeen. HU
body was washed out to and never
recovered. She very much wanted a
portrait of him. and she called a fa famous
mous famous artist who was a friend of the
family. He. asked for every photo photograph
graph photograph she had of her son from baby babyhood
hood babyhood onward. When the painting a u
rived it represented a glade ln a wood.
Playing about were five little children
of various ages, but all the same boy
as his mother had known him.-' Com Coming
ing Coming down the center. Joyous, gay. was
the seventeen-year-old Jad leading his
baby self, of one year by the "hand
The mother looked at the picture and
burst Into tears. i have lost seven
sons!" she said.
You had lpai six of them before
your son died. the artist replied.
Law Lord' In a Cell.
Lord Russell once gave a' lecture on
his Imprisonment in H!!cxrajr JaiL
The thing that !mprrssed him most
strangely, during the early period of
his confinement was being without his
pipei and watch. He was perpetually
feeling in his pocket to see the, time'or
for matches or tobacco. "He soon got
over the want of smoking and after
six weeks obtained leave to wear his
watch, the absence' of which worried
him more than having no tobacco
pouch. When be went into prison the
governor asked his religion; and he re replied.
plied. replied. "Agnostic. This answer; seem seemed
ed seemed to puzzle the official, who said he
supposed it was Protestant, not Cath Catholic.
olic. Catholic. And as "Prof Lord Russell was
entered on the card outside his celL
London Spectator.
Old Time Bathing.
What would mixed bather? s Eng England
land England think of Blackpool as it was a lit little
tle little over a century ago? t When4 ladles
went to bathe a bell was runs to an announce
nounce announce the fact, and- any gentleman
discovered on the parade after it had
sounded was tined a bottle of wine.
WDen tne laaies uaa Deen Dainea ami
completed their toilet the bell was
rung a second time, and the gentle
men bad their turn.. London Opinion
New Zealand Nicknames.
New Zealand Is described by Its "In "Inhabitants
habitants "Inhabitants an "the happiest country Id
the world." It Is now a dominion
Some of the pretty names given, to It
by New Zea landers are "The Fortu Fortunate
nate Fortunate Isles." "The Wonderland of tb
Pacific' -AH Lands In One", and 'Thi
Star of the South."
Well. Aren't They?
"Yes, I certainly advertised for a
valet. said the gentleman In reply to
the man on the. lookout for a berth,
"but you're as old as the hills.
"Well, sir. answered the applicant,
"begging your pardon, aren't valleys
always as old as the hills Exchange
A Reproof.
Parent WMlc my father ased tc
whip me when 1 behaved as badly as
you are dolns. Willie -Well. 1 hope
I'll never 'have to tell my little boy
that. Exchange. 4
Medical Mem.'
-What a Mttle. frail looking man
your family doctor IsP
-lie may appear so. bat he really la
a man of powerfnl fee seek." Bald Bald-more
more Bald-more American.
' So Confusing.
.Caller -is your daughter an eques equestrian?
trian? equestrian? lrond Mother Either that o!
valedictorian. These class offices art
bo confusins:. don't yon know. Bnffalc
Express.
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the dark world nearer to the son.
Whittler.

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The registration book for district
Xo. 1. (Ocala). will b 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 Id
each week frm the 1st Monday In
September till the second Saturday In
October This registration doe3 rot
apply to any person who was a regis registered
tered registered votvr prior to Jan. 1st. 1914
Those who registered this year for th
first time in Marlon county, thouet
they may have voted In the primary
cannot vote In the November electlor
unless they register again prior to tr
second Saturday in October
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Supervisor T?psr!trat"i Marion
New Source of Ivory.
French scientists have found a new
Eource of vegetable ivory in the albu albumen
men albumen of the fruit of a small "palm grow growing
ing growing in tho F'noh P"f!nn.-
Happiness Only Comparative.
We may anticipate bliss, but who
ever drank of that enchanted cup unal unalloyed?
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TJrder and by virtue of an execution
IsiJCil out of and under the eal of the
circuit court In and fur Duval county,
Florida, dated the 23th day of July,
1914. in a certain cause wherein the
McGraw Tire and Rubber Co.. a cor corporation,
poration, corporation, is plaintiff, -and the Seminole
Rubber Company, a corj-oration, 1 de defendant,
fendant, defendant, and U Anderson is defend defendant
ant defendant in execution, 1 have levied on and
wixJ on
Monday,' the .',ih day of October, 1014,
the" -ame being a lej?al sales day an 1
during the legal hours of sale, will of offer
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court house In Ocala, Fla.. and sell tui
same to the hisrhest and best b!dju-r
for cy-h the following described real
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of block 14, and lots 2, Z. 6. 7. of bck
1. in Ma.rIon Heights, according to plat
book rorded in rmbllf
1 lion county, Florida, in plat booK "A
?old to satisfy said execution and
all co Ji I. GALLOWAY.
-nrfff Marlon County, Florid i."
Attorney for Plaintiff. 3-!-frI
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