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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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YOL. 21.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1914
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Paris, Sept, 19. Despite torren torren-ttlal
ttlal torren-ttlal rains over the great iFrench ibat ibat-'tlefield,
'tlefield, ibat-'tlefield, the Germans have -taken the
offensive in the center to relieve the
pressure of the British against Gen General
eral General Von Kink's army on 'the right.
Apparently reliable reports today
say the Germans occupy a position
near the Suiphe river, northeast of
Rheims, and are .'bombarding that
city. :
S131T3RE LOSS OX ROTH SIDES
'...Unofficial -figures place the Ger German
man German loss at 100,000 and the allies
5C,000, -during the battle 'which has
now lasted for seven days. Both
sides are now (massing troops to
center in -a conflict .which is certain
to be an appalling carnival of but butchery.
chery. butchery.
SHELLING AX AXCIEXT CITY"
Paris, Sept. 19. It is unofficially
re p or ted th at t h e Germ a n s arebom
barding Kheims. Part of the city is
In flames. The German center is
taking the 'offensive.
SURHOUNDEU IX THE FOREST
Paris, Sept. 19. A dispatch from
Soissons late last night reports r that
a force of Germans with a general in
command is -surrounded in the for forest
est forest near the Ohautau Thierry.
GERMANS CWDI TO HAVE THE
BEST OF IT
. Berlin, Sept. 19. A wireless dis dispatch
patch dispatch to Say.ville, says that an official
statement was made today of a decis decis-i
i decis-i ve attack made by two corps and
parts of other divisions south of
'Moyon, and some lass was suffered.
Beaumont has ;been stormed and 2
500 French (prisoners iwere captured.
The attack iby the allies along the
entire battle line Was 'been easily re repulsed.
pulsed. repulsed. ''
ADVAXTAGE TO GERMAXS IX
ALSACE
The invasion of Alpine riflemen
over the Vosges inlet to the Breisach
valley 'has 'been repulsed.
ALLIES SAY THEY ARE ADVAXC-
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Paris, Sept. 19, 3 p. m. It is of officially
ficially officially announced that the left wing
of the allied -army is anvancing and
that Crown Prince (Frederick's -army
continues to retreat.
, IwVISER S STAFF COXFIOEXT
Berlin, Sept. 19,, via Amsterdam.
Confidence in the outcome of the

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huge 'cattle now in progress in
j "France is expressed by the general
i staff, which announced today that
the. German campaign was progress progressing
ing progressing favorably.
BRITISH DROVE GERMANS BACK
London, Sept.. 19. An official
statement says the- situation dn
France is unchanged tonight. 'Coun
ter charges by the Germans against
the British have been repulsed. fThe
battlefield is being drenched by tor torrential'
rential' torrential' rains, 'i; .'.
TISTIM
BEEN EASY
TO REPULSE GER5UXS FR03I
PARIS IV THIS REPORT OF
THEIR. LOSSES IS TRUE
; Berlin, Sept. 19. The official -list
given out so far from the -war office
states that 7,4 S3 German soldiers
have 'been killed; 28,584 wounded,
and 9,900 missing.
The kaiser severely reprimanded
Crown Prince Frederick William for
recklessness.
AUSTRIA TAKES
REART AGAIN
THREE ARMIES ADVANCING TO
MEET THE RUSSIANS IN
, GALICIA
Vienna, Sept. 19. Three Austria
armies are concentrating on the
Cracow, Tarnow and Przemyl line
for a decisive battle .with the 'Rus 'Rus-siansv
siansv 'Rus-siansv AXOT H ER HOLY
AVAR BROKEN OUT
j Cimsade by Greek Church on Luth
erans and Roman Catholics
Petrograd, Sept. 19. An official
statement says that -military opera operations
tions operations continue successful. The 'Holy
Synod has declared a iholy war
against Germany and Austria.
Advertise in the STAR for results.

ITERSTATE COMMISSIOU

CHANGE TO OBTAIN Al! INCREASE

Washington, Sept. 19. The Inter Interstate
state Interstate Commerce Commission today
granted the .petition of the eastern
railroads for a rehearing on the five
per cent rate increase. October 19
is the date fixed toy the commission
for the rehearing.
BADLY BATTERED
TERMONDE BOMBARDED AXD
PRINCIPAL BUILDINGS IN
RUINS
' LAntwerp, Sept. 19. The Germans
today completed the destruction Of
Termondev sixteen miles south of
Ghent. The communal offices were
bombarded and are dn ruins. All
'public buildings were destroyed.
TOO LATE TO SAVE THE TOWN
Antwerp, Sept. 19. The Belgians
-were again led into the town of Ter Ter-monde
monde Ter-monde today iby King Albert.. The
Germans -were driven out, ibut they
burned a large part of the town be before
fore before their evacuation.
30 ugly surprise for engllsh
AUSTRL1N PEOPLE ARE ANGRY
Populace of Vienna Take Fierce
Measures to Obtain ePace
Rome, 'Sept, 19. iA dispatch from
Vienna says that street rioting ; has
'broken out therej. A: mob attacked
the 'building occupied 'by the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian ministry of war, breaking out
the .windows and tvisiting the popular
feeling against war.
WELL KXOWN WOTAV
Widow of Frank Leslie, the Famous
Publisher, is Dead
tXew York, Sept., 19. -Mrs. Frank
Leslie ,( the Baroness 'de Bazus) died
last -night 1n. her apartments in an
uptown 'hotel here. She, was the
widow of 'Frank Leslie, the publish publisher,
er, publisher, who died in 1880, and has herself
since been prominent in the publish publishing
ing publishing world.
FATAL ACCIDENT
IX GAINESVILLE
Gainesville, Sept. 29. X. B. iHall,
plant foreman of the 'Southern Bell
Telephone Company, died last night
from injuries inflicted yesterday aft aft-eraooniwhen
eraooniwhen aft-eraooniwhen an awning, upon which
he was supervising work, collapsed,
(precipitating him to the pavement.
GER3LVX STEAMER
TAIvEN BY JAPANESE
( Pekin, Sept. 19. lA Japanese de destroyer
stroyer destroyer captured a Gorman steam steamship
ship steamship (Thursday and took her to Kobe.

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RUSSIANS CLAIM TO HAVE DRIV DRIVEN
EN DRIVEN GERMANS AND AUS AUSTRIAN'S
TRIAN'S AUSTRIAN'S ACROSS THE
', RIVER
Petrograd, Sept. i9. The general
staff stated this afternoon that sev
eral corps of Germans joined the
Austrians and both were routed at
Tomaszow by Russians, 'being driven
over the Vistula river. Reinforced
by Germans, the Austrians are en entrenching
trenching entrenching along the Lonka and Wis-
toka rivers.
IMMENSE PRESSURE
fill THE EAST
FORCES GERMANY TO WTTH WTTH-DRAW
DRAW WTTH-DRAW EIGHT ARMY CORPS
FROM FRANCE
iRome,.Se'pt. 19. Xt is authentical authentically
ly authentically stated that eight German army
corps were .withdrawn from France
and have been dispatched to the .Rus .Russian
sian .Russian frontier.
GAULS NEED YAXKEE GOODS
Immense Market in France for Man-
iifactures and Prodncts of
America
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New York, Sept. 19. iFuture de demand
mand demand for American goodp in France
will be enormous, according to an
opinion expressed in a cablegram re received
ceived received here yesterday from Franklin
Johnson, publisher of the American
Exporter.
"Business conditions here are re-
markaibly good," said the message,
"considering all the circumstances,
and are improving. There has heen
an especially tmarked improvement
this week. All shipping routes
from France are open. Considera Considerable
ble Considerable manufacturing still is going on
and exports of the specialties and
luxuries typically French continue
good. The future demand in France
for iAmerican machinery and manu manufactured
factured manufactured goods of-all scris wll! be
enormous.'
LOSS OF THE LEGGET
Fifty Men Went Down with a
lumbia River Steamer
Co-
Portland, Oregon, Sept. 19. It is
reported that fifty people were
drowned in the sinking of the steam steamer
er steamer Francois Leggett in the Columbia
river.

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Vienna, Sept. 19. Dispatches
from Agram, capital of the province
of Slavonia, report an Austrian vic victory
tory victory over the Servians far greater
than at first Relieved. The Ser Servians,
vians, Servians, completely routed, fied across
the Save river. IMany were drown drowned
ed drowned In crossing.
PARKER DOESN'T
WANT PEACE
BRITISH STATESMAX SAYS TO
STOP WAR XOW WOULD BE
RIDICULOUS
Chicago, Sept. 19. A cablegram
from London quotes Sir Gilbert Par Parker,
ker, Parker, member of Parliament, as fol follows:
lows: follows: "Any proposal for peace now.
when nothing is settled except the
German march on Paris checked, al almost
most almost iborders on the ridiculous.
Great Britain is determined to break
militarism for all time."
REVISING THE RULES
All Persons May Now Help Sell the
Florida Dollar
Editor Star: iWe wiaZ to state
that this commission met on Friday
of Hast week (Sept. 4th.) and decided
to revise the rules governing the sale
of the Florida Dollars. 'We enclose
herewith a copy of the revised rules,
in iwhidh the principal points of
change are as follows:
All persons may now sell the coins
are entitled to a commission of 10
per cent., -but the coins must he sold
Tor one dollar each. (See 'Rule 6.)
, The period of time for, the sale of
coins has heen extended one month
and now runs to (November 30th.
(See Rule 8.)
Also see special rule number 10
regarding transfer of credit for coin 3
sold.
You will please note that each per person
son person jwho ha3 secured from the sec
retary of this commission the privi privilege
lege privilege of selling coins is entitled to
10 per cent, commission, or ten
cents out of every Florida' Dollar
sold, ibut the ladies and girls have
the additional inducement of possi possibly
bly possibly winning a prize. (See rule 9)
Ve think these rules are improved
and more comprehensive than they
.were, and we trust we will have the
hearty support of everyone in mak making
ing making the "(Florida Dollar Contest"
great success.
Florida State Commission.

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ITS NOT DADLY
UGLY SURPRISE
FOR ENGLIS
KAISER'S MEX MAKING AERIAL
TORPEDO TO SMASH THEIIL
WAR CRAFT t,
Bordeaux, Se;t. 19. It is report reported
ed reported that the Germans are experiment- -Ing
.with a new weapon, with which,
they hcpe to shatter tho .British
navy. The -weapon has the form of"
an aerial torpedo. The experiments ;
are being made over .Lake Con Constance.
stance. Constance. v
BIG BLAZE IN BROOKS VILLI:
Capital of Hernando Devastated by
a Fifty-Thousand Dollar Con-
, ILogratiou.
Tampa, Sept. 19. A special to the
Tribune says:
"Fire which started this morning
shortly after 1 o'clock completely
swept the block south of the Court
House, causing a, loss roughly esti estimated
mated estimated at $55,000, with about half
that amount In Insurance on the
'burned buildings and stock.
The flames started dn the store
house of Theo. Kappleman. ,iMrs.
Kappleman -was caught in the upper
portion of the building and was forc forced
ed forced to jump for safety In doing so
she was, It i3 ibelleved, fatally injur injured
ed injured internally.
The buildings burned with value
follow:
Theo. Kappleman, in the Hatha Hathaway
way Hathaway hullding, stock $1,000; J. A.
Jennings' store huildlng, $10,000. R.
rM. Chelf, general store In the Jen Jennings
nings Jennings (building, $12f000; Keathly
Bros, 'building $2,000, stock $3,000;
postoffice "building and fixtures $4, $4,-500;
500; $4,-500; R. 'L. Bracey, moving picture
show with equipment, $3,000; Theo.
Coogler, grocery store and building,
$2,500; Dr. W. W. Thompson, cold
drink stand, $1,000; A: O. Hagel,
jewelry store in Hathaway building,
$500.
GERMAN TRAIN TAKEN UY JAPS
Tokio, Sept. 19. Japanese landed
at Labssan 'Bay, northwest of Kiao
Chau yesterday, and captured a Ger German
man German train.
Gerig's Drug Stores,
best.
Quality the
9-14-tf
500 Patterns
on Display

AVORLdVS LARGEST TAILORS
Cam Building, OCALA, FLA.

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THE OCALA EVENING STAtt, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1914

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL., PROPRIETORS
EL R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Lea vengood, Business Manager
3. H. Benjamin, Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
Dae year, In advance. .... .$5.00
Jix months, In ad ranee.... 2.5A
Taree. months, in advance. .1.25
One month, In advance. ... .50
DEMOCRATIC TICKET
General Election November 3, 1014
(For United States Senator:-
BUXClVN U. FLETCHER.
For Congressman, 2nd District:
.FRANK CLARK.
For Commissioner of Agriculture:
W. A. iMcHAE.
For Justice of Supreme Court:
IT. W. SHACKLEFORD.
W..M. ELLIS.
For State Senator, 20th District:
GLENN TERRELL.
For Representatives:
W. J. CROSBY.
W. T. HENDERSON.
For Tax Assessor:
'ALFRED tAYER.
For Tax Collector:
AV. L. COLBERT.
For County Treasurer: s
JOHN CM. GRAHAM.
.
For County Commissioners:
W. D. CARX.
J. T. iHUTCHINS.
WALTER LUFF.MAN.
N. A. FORT.
5. R. PYLES. ;
For Members School Board:
G. S. SCOTT.
B. R. BLITCH. ...
JT. S. GRANTHAM.
The city assessment of St. Augus-
tine is 30 mills. VBy the time (he
fpayshis state and county tax, the
citizen of St. Augustine Is soaked
for 5 per cent of his ownings. It
surely must be a luxury to live in
St. A'ugustine.
TThe state department has warned
American airmen not to fly over the
Canadian border during the war.
The trouble is that neither Amfri
can nor Canadian airmen can tell
where much of the border Is, except
raax -pare marKea oy tne greax lanes
and connecting rivers.
: The Star, wishes that everybody
could "read the article, "Europe is
Writing a Message to Us," by Allan
(Lu penson, in iPearson's Magazine for
Comber. It takes all the pomp and
STlorV out of war, as well as throws
. rfi.-v n r-t 1 nrtnn i n. Til r r- I Kr n I I ill 11 viu i t j
sons why the (present gigantic con contest
test contest began.
iPeace is probably a long way off,
(but the fact that the German, chan chancellor
cellor chancellor has informed the American
ambassador that he is willing for
4hR United 'States to ask the allies
what terms .thev are willing to give
Is a thopeful sign. Of course, the
allies are not going to offer any
terms that Germany will accept, but
a month ago Germany
would have
replied to any suggestion of asking
terms through America with the ut-
MtitPTflni-
Sir James Barrie. tlie noted 5nt-
Ssh novelist, who landed in New
.iAr nf frhawnv' "The
'ultimate .cause-of the war is .mill-
Jk W 7 I
tnrl m A loaded gun always goes
ff nnner or later.. In my opinion
Inst, a Ions time. The
i n vol ved is as. clear as .the
' I
. i ,wv if 1
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-.xAXtm Hti7.flns are to
.WXItTLXlBl auimv-i v,
in BuroDe. One hears the kais-
n v hlamed for the war.
jtuwii
iThtcr 1 sn.mTO&at less mau id.ii
voicr was a voung man m iau
o fr r
mr-hpn the war spirit was very strong,
ind he is merely the (product of a
TpcitimonV Continues tO Come irom
.
"
Wn nponle who are or nave
been in Germany i that the stories or
German outrages in Belgium have
, iWhal
Y "- A" ml
5een greauy exaSsoi
tairpn jn-lace is to euuusu,...-
r.. rh,f Rpisrium was
not the aggressor, anu :
-.it, .f T?Plium was nothing snore
paWr acted about the
,ame as the soldiers of any otner na-
same as tne so
r rr.,;; are banded together
for Wu ual protection; if company
or regiment is fired on from a house
," i n 1r 1 1 1 O i"1
and one or more 01 its uxxx
3 iirvi ,th soldiers if
sher (bum the bouse and shoot th
men in it. As : or wanton outrages
d there

as second class matter.

51
(Foreign)
One year, in advance
Six months, in advance. .
Three months, In advance.
One moDh, in advance....
$8.00
4.25
2.25
.80
is no reason to believe that the Ger
mans have any more ruffians In their
ranks than the armies of any other
nation. It is all terrible, shut its not
any worse than might be expected.
FLORIDA-CUBA FERRY AND
AVIHT IT 3IAY FORETELL
The Star. 'has received .from J. P.
Beck with, vice -president of the (Flor (Florida
ida (Florida 'Bast Coast Railway, an -'invitation
to (be present at the launching
of that railway's car ferry steamer,
Henry M. Flagler, at Cramp's ship
yard in Philadelphia, Sept. 22.
The Star regrefs that it can't he
represented at (this occasion, which
will truly be a momentous one. The
Henry M. 'Flagler is a ferryboat as
big as an ocean liner. It will take
on iboard at -Key West a complete
train of cars and carry it to Havana,
from which the train may go the full
length of the great island of Cuba,
and return the same way. This ferry
will enable either the 'pleasure-
seeking tourist or" the hurried busi business
ness business man 'to go aboard his train in
New York and stay aboard until, he
reaches Santiago, If he choses to
step off the train while It is on the
ferry, he will find himself surround surrounded
ed surrounded with all the conveniences of a
rassenger steamer.
Great as the enterprise, it is prob-
able that it is In the minds of its or-
iginators to make it greater. It Is
not very much further 'from the west-
era end of Cuba to the eastern point
of Yucatan than it is from Key West
to Havana. Some day in the near
future, a great transcontinental rail
way must run from .New York to
Buenos Ayres. -With another car
ferry from Cuba to Yucatan, or (per
haps using one from Key West to
Yucatan, the shortest route possible
.will be attained.
The Star 'has no doubt that in the
j.ext twenty years, to set a most reas-
on able Jimit, Floridians will see
trains from iNew York to Buenos
- i
Ayres -pass down the East Coast rail
way. The car ferry boats, built
more for stability than speed will
do away wfth most, of the discom
forts of ocean (travel. No railway
track ever built can compete' with
the ocean for directness and economy
o! operation.
This gTeat enterprise, the result
of American Idea and American skiH,
makes the wildest dreams of Arab
ian Nights fiction ilook cheap and
easy. The Star will put 'Mr. Beck-
with
hs invitation ;up in its editorial
, .-"
ce. to mark a date tin the indus-
oiiice. to mark a date i
trial history of the world.
In answering some attackson his
motives and disposition, Willis -B.
'Powell takes thev following deserved
crack at ithe State Chamber of Corn-
merce : "Fowell is sometimes .right j
on these Questions. You remember
he .-was bissed off the floor at Kissim-
cultru ww
commerce wouia never gei iDeyona
.
Printing tne (Dy-aws.
'mator or tne movement was
I '1 t 4- 1 1 w M-t.Wt V mm S ft-v v 11 S-w H r"v en IT .ft
mv.sruiuiuww
Hither demonstration against Pow-
it
What is the State Chamber of1
Commerce today?
It has never ac-
compnsaea a xnrag except to incur a
!!. J. A. X i
.
rg nr vi unpum
bills. It
never had
a memDersnip m excess
influential commercial
of three
I ha
w
it doesn't seem likely tnat a us-
I j- t j. i 1, m.v v
ptLUiit;a, is "villus lu ixiatt; jjkxxs wim
I T- : j 1 a t r ,T
nussm iu uruer tu uav a. ii uaiiti
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against ervia ana itaiy. -as
stanea oecause Russia worani iet
Austria run over Servia, it is not
mrobablo that the czar 'Will make
a t i 1 I i t A
..
that little nation exposed to the ven-
.ncf- of its bisrarer adversary. Italv
r
is mm u .nu. .-utw.
it. -Also, hat ustria mH abon
uuu
,( almost unbelievable
would stamp -the dual monarchy with
(lasting dishonor.
tUp to the present war, German di
plomacy has been shrewd enough to
keep 4ts enemies separated, so that
Herman arms could overwhelm them

in detail. On this occasion, it seemsm:

to have 'been Germany's intention to

hold off Russia with Austria, mean meantime
time meantime demolishing France. Great
Britain's neutrality was counted on,
hut when France 'had heen pulver
ized and Russia driven back, Great
Britain's turn would have come, as
France's turn in 1870 followed that
of Austria in 1866. And then, if
we hadn't, been good, and given the
kaiser everything he wanted, our
turn would have come next. Great
Britain saw her national existence
was at stake, and very wisely cast
her sword into the scale. If this
war delivers Germamy and the .world
from the spirit of militarism and
conquest, it will :be rworth the while.
The amhition of Kaiser Wilhelm and
the ruling class of Germany makes
that of Alexander and Napoleon look
slender and wan.
OLD TIMEV IDEAS
I've ibeen accused, of -being "old
timey," and I guess I am. There are
many things in this great .world of
progress that don't suit me. I have
protested against vulgar dances and
paintea 'lips ana cneeks or young
girls. I have protested against cer certain
tain certain things that young women do in
the commercial rwork. I do not like
a woman barber, nor a woman black blacksmith.
smith. blacksmith. I once saw a woman whisky
drummer and I -was indignant. Some Somehow
how Somehow I cannot agree that the female
.manicurist in the barber shops are
just the thing. It gets my goat when
I see a young fellow having the dirt
scraped out of his finger nails by
some young woman who to make a
living, 'has sought this means. There
are too many places in the world for
young women to hold besides in a
barbershop where all classes gather
to get shaved. I had rather see a
young woman a domestic in some
refined household than to see her
cleaning the finger nails of young
men. Yes, I may be "old timey." I
just can't get over it.. I .was raised
that way. Chas. E. Jones In Dixie.
Yo oiare not altogether .alone in
your old timey ideas, Charlie.
MAX AND MONEY MISSING
The (following from the Starke
Telegraph, telling of the disappear
ance of the treasurer of (Bradford
county, has most wild west stones
faded:
F. !N. Andrews, treasurer of Brad
ford county, is a fugitive from jus-
tive. He has disappeared and his
whereabouts are unknown. It is al alleged
leged alleged that from time to time he ap
propriated ipublic money to his own
private use and that the sum of his
speculations aggregates several "hun
dred dollars, and it is expected that
an investigation will -place his trans
actions in a worse light than Is
dreamed of at present.
The treasurer's office has been un
der suspicion for some time. Several
months ago a probe into the treasur treasurer's
er's treasurer's affairs was instituted and under
the .pressure brought to bear upon
him at that (time (Andrews resigned.
Subsequently, (however, Who governor
was 'petitioned' to reinstate Andrews,
which he did, and the investigation
was- dropped.
Lately it is alleged, Andrews has
been drinking heavily and -gambling
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THE
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Board and Rooms.
Rates Reasonable.
203 NORTH MAIN St!
PHONE 193
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came to a head at AVorthingtcn Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Andrews lost heavily in a
game of cards at that place and gave
checks to cover his losses. At the
psychological moment Robert An

drews, a brother of F. N. Andrews,
knocked at the door. When the door
was opened he stepped into the room
with two drawn revolvers and order ordered
ed ordered the two men who were in the
room with F. (N. Andrews to throw j
up their hands, which they dm
without any ceremony. Then F. N.
Andrews recovered the checks he
had given them and destroyed them
and relieved them of several hun hundred
dred hundred dollars in cash.
After fthat they forced one of the
men at the point of a .pistol to ac accompany
company accompany them to Lake City with the
intention of intimidating him into
giving F. IN. Andrews a mortgage on
his property to secure alleged gambl gambling
ing gambling debts due Andrews, but for some
reason this plan miscarried. The
automobile in which the trip to Iake
City was made 'had ben recently
purchased (by Andrews and paid for,
it is said, by a check on the county
funds. Shortly after this escapade
Andrews suddenly disappeared and
no trace of him has yet been discov discovered.
ered. discovered. IiOCAIi LEGISLATION
Council Passed Bond Ordinances
Over the Mayor's Veto
The adjourned meeting of the
council to consider the, veto message
of Mayor Robertson on the bond or ordinance
dinance ordinance was held in the council
chamber Friday afternoon at five
o'clock.
Roll call showed six members
present: Chairman .Hunter, Alder Aldermen
men Aldermen Bennett, Knight, Roess, 'Robin 'Robinson
son 'Robinson and Smith.
iReading of minutes of last meet meeting
ing meeting was waived, after which the
clerk read the mayor's veto of tbe i
eiecxric iignxing orainance. "i'ne
veto message has been tpublished In
the Star.
On motion of Alderman Robinson,
the ordinance calling for an elec elec-tion
tion elec-tion on the (proposition of bonding
the city for $75,000 -for electric
lighting was passed over the mayor's
veto by a unanimous rote Of those
present.
The mayor's veto message on the
other bonding ordinance, which In Includes
cludes Includes sewerage, street Improve Improvements,
ments, Improvements, public 'buildings and muni municipal
cipal municipal ice plant, amounting to $305, $305,-H00,
H00, $305,-H00, was read. This message oc occupied
cupied occupied some four or five pages of
typewritten manhscript and gave in
detail the reasons for withholding j
his-approval of said ordinance.
Cvlr. tRoess moved that the ordi ordinance
nance ordinance be passed over the mayor's
veto. After each member -present
hati expressed his views on the sub subject,
ject, subject, a vote was taken -'which resulted
in a unanimous ballot in avor of the
passage of the ordinance AtJerman
Knight voted against the move om
roll call, but later changed his vote
to "yes."
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion Brinson appeared before the
council and asked that the fire hy
drant located at the corner of South
Eighth street and Orange avenue be
moved on block east. This was or ordered
dered ordered attended to at once. This. Te Te-anest
anest Te-anest was made on behalf of the
county board in order that the in insurance
surance insurance rate on the new high school
building might 'be reduced, which
could not be done with the present
ocatlon of fire bydrants in that rec
ti on of the city.
Council then adjourned to meet
(Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock to
take up the adjustment of the pro
posed changes in the license ordi
nance and also to examine the tas
books which have now been com completed
pleted completed ;for the year and will be open
ed for business on October 1.
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Result of Yesterday's Games In the
Big IiCagnes
NATIONAL
Chicago 0; .Brooklyn 2.
St. Louis 1; Boston 1.
Cincinnati 2; New York 3.
Pittsburg 4; Philadelphia 6.
A'lIERTOAN
iNew York 5; Chicago 7.
Boston 4; Cleveland 3.
Washington 1; SL Louis 0.
Philadelphia 2; Detroit
Gerig's soda -water' checks are 6
for 25 cents, and are good at both
stores. 9-14-tf
Look at the Globe Wernicke safe
cabinet at The Murray Company. 17
fourteen pounds of sugar for $1,
with cash purchases of other grocer
ies to the amount of $1, Saturday
and Monday only. Smith Grocery
Company.
adv. 3t
For the next thirty days we. will
sell stock, poultry and cattle pow powders
ders powders and medicines for one-half
price. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf

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has not been completed, and the formalopening
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fore before September 15th. However we have ample
first class rooms, with every modern convenience,
for all who may apply. No flies, no dirt, airy and
comfortable,
We are spending $15,000.00 on and in the Ocala
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WAR STORIES BY THE WOUNDED

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(By Herbert Temple)
London, Sept. 19. Could all. the
amazing and thrilling war stories
now being brought back by wounded
British soldiers be compiled and pub published,
lished, published, they, -would make highly in interesting
teresting interesting reading, Everday, hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of the injured are invalided
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homeland they all have tales to tell.
All the wounded soldiers who have
arrived at Alder3hot have storie3 of
the remarkable artillery practice by
the German guns, which they ascribe
to the close co-operation between
guns and aeroplanes.
"Again, and again said a ser sergeant
geant sergeant of the Northhampton's, "the
aeroplanes came circling round over
our positions, but at too great a
height for our guns to reach them.
We watched -them, and .whenever a
flutter of .white 'paper or other ma material
terial material came 'down from them, a show shower
er shower of shrapnel followed immediately
and so well aimed that we invariably
had to move to save ourselves from
being annihilated.
1But for the guns we could have
held our positions against twice the
number of German infantry. Their
rifle practice was .worse than that of
our third-class shots."
A private of the Loyal North Lan Lancashire
cashire Lancashire Regiment, who had a piece of
shrapnel in his knee, gave a graphic
description of a surprise at dawn.
With half a -platoon he had heen
sent out; on outpost duty, "some "somewhere
where "somewhere in Belgium." He had no no notion
tion notion of the locality, and had seen no
ilarge towns till he was on his' way
back in ithe ambulance.
"We went out at dusk under an
officer," he said," and arrived in the
dark at the position .we had to take

up. sentries were posted, and noth nothing
ing nothing happened during the night to in indicate
dicate indicate that the enemy were within a
hundred miles. At dawn we were
just boiling water over a camp fire
to make tea when, from a position
300 yards 'away, a hot rifle fire was
opened on us.
"We did not wait for our tea-to
draw but bolted for the nearest cov cover,
er, cover, which was the hedges and ditches
of a roadway. It was the first time

any of our chaps had .been under fire,
and we were all a 'bit scared, tout the
officer soon got a grip-on us, and we
replied with well aimed fire, the feel feeling
ing feeling of alarm quickly passing away.
"The Germans shooting was rot rotten,
ten, rotten, and we were in no great danger
still a shell pumped down close to
us, and another quickly followed
The officer then saw that it was time
to go, and gave the order. to retire.

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styles in Dress and Tailored Hats, also Exclusive
French Models beginning

Thursday Evening, Sept 24

Refreshments from 8 to 10:30 o'clock

Showing will continue through Friday 25th.
Everybody invited.

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It iwas .while retiring that I got the
wound in my knee."

Private P. McGlade writes from J

our handkerchiefs for 'the same par-

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"Xoise seems to count for a lot

"somewhere In France',' to his witl1 ne Germans,, for their cavalry
mother in Ireland: C j have a. trick of thundering .along in
"We were all beat up after four a that the horses hoofs make
days of the hardest soldiering you the most awful -dIa J'ou ever heard,
ever dreamt of. -I am glad to say giving the impression that the whole
we accounted for ourselves and for earh is shaking beneath their tread,
our share of the German trash, who Avided to that -there are the wild urn urn-are
are urn-are a poor lot .when it comes to u canny shouts which they indulge in.
good square ruction in the open. "They are finding that It tikes a
"We tried hard to get at them lot of shouting to shift the British
many a time, but they .would never troops, and I expect they will change
wait for us when they saw the ibright their tactics soon."
bits of steel at" the Jbusiness end of One of the Cheshlres, shot in both
our rifles. Some of them .squealed legs, scoffed at the idea of our men
like pigs on. killing -day when they being downcast by their tas.
happened to see the steel ready. j You should have seen the mob of

laughing, cheering comrades that

"Some of our finest lads are now
sleeping their last sleep in Belgium,

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BUT it WILIi give eacli and EVERY subscriber who pays a year for the Daily Star, a $5 Coupon
Book, redeemable at its face value by any of the Ocal a Business Houses mentioned below, or for a
Vreekly Star subscription a $1.50 book redeemable for that amount. Past due subscriptions, Dai Daily
ly Daily or Weekly, will get a book for each year paid. v '
The following firms of Ocal a 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 . . ......... 5 per cent
J. J. Gerig, Drugs (Postoffice drugstore & Annex Drugstore) 5 per cent
Ivnight & Lang Wagons, Buggies, etc . . . ; J ........ 5 per cent
A. E. Burnett," Jewelry. . ..... A . . ............. 5 per cent
E. G. Rivers, Gents Furnishings . . . . . . ........ 1 5 per cent
Hayes & Guynn, Dry Goods . . ........ ... . ...... 5 per cent
Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture . ... . ........... 10 per cent
A. 31. Lansford, Music Dealer. ...... .". . . . .......... 10 per cent
Miss Mary Affleck, mimeir. 5 per cent
B. Goldman, "Why Pay More?". .... . . 5 per cent
Little's Shoe Parlors, Shoes. 5 per cent

To Illustrate how the plan will' save you money and bring back the equivalent in cash, just what
the paper has cost you either the Evening Star or Weekly Star: Suppose your first call, after receiv receiving
ing receiving the coupon book is at the grocery store, you trade twenty dollars worth, you give the clerk $19 or
your check, and h will tear out of your book $1 worth of coupons and your bill is paid. You have
gotten hack 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 rill give 10 per
cent, discount); you buy a bed for $10 $9 in cash and $1 worth of coupons squares you at this place.
You ve saved $2 already. Your purchase at the drugstore is $5 $4.75 and a 23c 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

u.vm auuuuituow.aUQ get a Coupon book. Yon v Pn rnr wmittanrfl hr roistered

money order, and coupon book will be mailed to your address.

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but,, mother dear, you can take your
son's .word for it that for every son
of Ireland -wiho -will never come (back,
there are at least three Germans
who will never be heard of again.
Before leaving Belgium we arranged
with a priest to have Glasses said for
the souls of our dead, and rwe scrap scraped
ed scraped together what odd money iwe had,
'but his reverence would not hear of
it, taking anoney for prayers for the
repose of the (brave lads wno had
died so far. from the Old Lund to rid
Belgium soil of the unmannerly Ger German
man German scrubs.
'"When we got here we sang "Pad "Paddies
dies "Paddies Evermore" till we were hoarse,
and then we were off to chapel to
pray for the souls of the lads that

are 'gone.
"You fwil probably hear all sorts of i

strange stories at home, 'but it s sure
you may be that we are all dn good
heart, and enly want to get 'at the
Genmans again. Some of them don't
understand .why Irishmen should
fight so hard for England, but that
ju&t shows how little they know
about us.'
A S-eaforth 'Highlander who iwas
wounded near Namur said:
"It was something hellish. The
Germans only worked their artillery
on us. They were afraid to get near
us. If they had done so they would
have got a good 'slapping.'
"Their rifle fire iwas simply rotten.
In one instance a party approached

within two hundred yards of us, but
although swe were in the open .with
no cover they couldn't hit us. Our
artillery .was as gooti as theirs, and
made 'hacks of them."
A West Kent man .who fought In
South Africa, said;
- "The Boer War was a game of
skittles to this. They came at -us In
great masses. It was like shooting
raWbits, only as fast as you shot one
lot down another came up. You
couldn't help ihitting them.
"We had plenty of time to take
aim, and if we weren't reaching BIs BIs-ley
ley BIs-ley standard all the time, we must
have done a mighty lot of execution.
As for their rifle fire, they couldn't
hit a ihayst'ack.- Some of them fired
from their hips and must have wast wasted
ed wasted a lot of ammunition".
"The German, generals don't seem
to mind what price their imen have
to 'pay so long as they can break
through our lines," said a young
lancer who received a sword cut in
the neck recently. "They were cut
down like ripe corn in harvest time,
hut they didn't seem to imind it at
all. It was always on, and on again,
until they could stand it no longer,
and then other3 took their places.
"They attached a lot of importance
to massed artillery fire, and for hours
all their guns seem to play on one
little spot of our line until the dm
and the noise and the screeching of
the shells overhead became so ter terrible
rible terrible that you feel as if it would be a
relief to cry out.
"The effect on the nerves is terri terrible,
ble, terrible, and I suppose it is Intended to
shatter the nerves of our men. ODly
the strongest can stand It for long
and most of trs found it best to stuff
our ears with cotton, wool or tear tip

saiw us off from camp on Thursia;;."
he said. "They weren't downheart downhearted
ed downhearted Jby long chalks, Wd if the Ger Germans
mans Germans think all the fight has been
ruocked out of them they ars mak making
ing making a bifc mistake. There's p'enty ol
go in our lads ye!.
"England -has every reason to be
proud of "her infantry ," declared an
artilleryman.' "They fought like
men from first to last, an'd whoever
says a word against them lies. If
you want a testimonial of our Tom Tommies
mies Tommies ask the Gerir.au prisoners.
"Our men fought their corner and
faced the nardships of active ser service
vice service without a murmur, and if they
were forced back by fearful odds, you

lean 'take it 'from me thatk the Ger Ger-Imans
Imans Ger-Imans weren't in any fit state of mind

to boast after the fighting was fin finished."
ished." finished." "I -never had time -to think," ex exclaimed
claimed exclaimed a Lancashire Fusilier. "The

Germans didn't give us'much time
for that, and iwe didn't want time,
either we were so busy picking off
the enemy.
"The -lastsight I caught of the
Germans there was a squadron or
lancers that had been caught in the
open, and had every one of their
horses shot down. They lay there
behind a rampart of dead men and
horses, doing as much damage as
they could with their carbines, while
our artillery and infantry kept pour pour-dng
dng pour-dng lead Into them as fast as they
could. I guess they hadn't much
time for thinking either."
"The mistake the Germans make,"
said a Scots Groy, "is in assuming
that you can go on for ever taking
no notice of your (butcher's bill. !Men
are not built that way, and some of
these days the German machine will
ibreak down because the men who
work it make no allowance for the
limitations of flesh and blood."
Another man stated, "One of our
men who .was holding his water-bot

tle to a wounded German was shot
dead close to Olons on Sunday.' An Another
other Another stopped under fire to light a
cigarette, when -a bullet struck him
on the fingers, and one hand will

have to come "off."
Among the wounded 13 a sergeant sergeant-gunner,
gunner, sergeant-gunner, who hasv'been so badly in injured
jured injured in the jaw that he cannot
speak. He wrote on a pad on his
knees he following account of his
experiences:
"The 11th", 52nd and 30th were at
Tournal, and German shells fell like
rain. Soon the 11th had only one
officer .left.
"I was on the flank with my gun,
and fired sixty rounds in forty min min-ottes,
ottes, min-ottes, 'but we wanted support, and
could not get it. It was about five
hundred English trying to save a
flank against, "I should say ten
thousand Germans, and as fast as
you ho them down more came."
"But for their aeroplanes their
guns .would have (been usejess. I
was firing for an Tiour from 1,500
yards down to 700. You can tell
what it was like."
An R. A. M. C. man said that the
sergeant was the last man to leave

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nue, avenue, where I shall be rdeased 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
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Draper, N C Mrs. Helen Dalton, c!
this place, says: "1 suffered for years,
with pains in my left side, and would
often almost smother to death.
Medicines patched me up for awhile
but then 1 would cet worse rain. Final Finally,
ly, Finally, my husband decided he wanted me to
try Cardui, the woman's tonic, so he
bought me a bottle and I beean using it.
It did me more good than ali the medi medicines
cines medicines 1 had taken.
I have induced many of my friends to
try Cardui, and they all say" they have
been benefited by its use. There never
has been, and never will be, a medicine
to compare with Cardui. I believe it is
a good medicine for all womanly trou troubles."
bles." troubles." For over 50 years, Cardui has been re relieving
lieving relieving woman's sufferings and building
ak women up to health and strength.
II you are a woman, give it a fair trial.
m should surely help you, v as it has a
iillion others.
Get a bottle of Cardui to-day.
Writ t: Chartancesa Medians Co.. Ladled
Advisory D9VL, Charancoza, Term., for Suctal
Instructimt on ycur case anl 64-pae book. "Hops
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j OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS ?

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

Thought for the Day
Every troubled disappointment and
sorrow that you have been spared i?
a. .blessing, acvery calamity which
has touched others and -passed you
toy gives you reason for fresh 'thanks?
giving, and if you were half as
grateful as you ought to he you
would sing for joy all the day long.

(Sirs'. George Jtentz and family re re-firmed
firmed re-firmed yesterday from a summer's

ousting spent in sAsheville. I

Mrs. J. A. Wiggins, who has 'been

today.
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Itr. Wiley iBurford will leave
csxrJy Tuesday morning for 'Prince-

fjan. University (to (resume his studies.

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Misses Irma Blake, Gladys Martin

rand Lois iDame will leave Monday for

Tallahassee to resume their school
.studies at the Woman's College.

Blr. ijaGrange Sistrunk (has, re-

uirnea to xne euorgia umiixaxy acaa acaa-;
; acaa-; cmy at Wrest Point to resume his
..studies at that excellent school.
Ite v. (and. Mrs. W. H. Dodge !en !en-Jtertained
Jtertained !en-Jtertained their son, Mr. W. H.
JDodge, Jr., yesterday- Mr. !Dodge
returned to Jacksonville last night.
GIr. and -'Mrs Nathan Mayo were
an th3 city from Summ8rfied today,

.artern-oon.
-'IMiss Sadie Meadows arrived this
' afternoon from Tampa and will be
the guesit for ; the iweek-end of her
sister, 'Miss Sallybird Young.
Miss Edna Borland of Bucking

ham, is spending the week here as
j;'he ''guest of Miss Robin Graham.
Port flyers Press. V
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"iTl Methodist sewing circle will
' meet" Monday afternoon at 3:30 at

ijiu resiuence ot .urs. a. u. uates on

,URiawa;na varenue.'
UMr. and Mrs. R. B. -Kyle and son
Itlr. TL.B. Kyle, Jr., have returnedo
their home in Gadsden, Ala., after a
- low 'days s-pent at the Harrington:
Hev.i dn-d.plrsv J.' G." GJasa'-" and
" faimily are exiected 'home next week
from ft heir summeo outing at bheir
home at !Monteagle, Tenn.
ilLittle IMiss Margaret Stevens has
refturned to her home in Lakeland
alter a few days spent in the city
with relatives.
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" IMrs." A. T. Thomas and children,
who 'have been visiting friends in
N'orth and outh Carolina, for the
' mnr Tit. Vie TTrft"n TT1 Ctrl iVlTVTYl O ittVl15

'aTternoon.
The many friends of (Mr. and IMts.
.Ford Rogers twill !be pleased to learn
:.that they (will return to Ocala for
rlze winter, arriving sometime, early
in October.

ton that the vessel on which she

sailed encountered some extremely

rough .weather and that some of the

passengers had gone nortli on thrersa

trains from that 'point. Her Ocala
friends will -be pleased to know that

her mother ds much improved.

East Broadway Church
(Disciples of Christ)
10 a. m. Sunday school.
;Mens class at the armory.
11 a. m. Sermon:, "Prayer

Fasting."

7:30

and

P- m. Sermon, "Liberalism,

New Thought, .Modern Theology;
Relation to Unitarianism and Uni-

Presbyterian

Sheflield-Sneller

Bronson Times-Democrat:" ;Mr.

and airs. Peter O. Sneller of (Mont-

brook ihave issued Invitations to the

raarriage of their daughter, Sliss

Agnes Catherine to Mr, T. Evan

(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon. r
Subject, '"Tne Gosi)el's Growth."
3 p. m. Junior 'Mission Society.
7:30 p. m. Sermon.
Subject, "Salvation Unto the Ut

termost."

A cordial invitation extended to

Sheffield, on Friday evening. Sent.

25th; at half past eight o'clock, at the Public and all. strangers. in the

the residence of the bride's parents.

!Miss Sneller is one of the most oop-

nlar young ladies in this section of

Florida, 'being noted through fher

life for her sweet disposition and
many. noWe and beautif ul traits of

character. iHer many friends

numbered by her acquaintances.

0,1 r. Sheffield is from one of Lew's

oldest -and most 'highly respected
families and a young man of ster sterling
ling sterling qualities. He Js well and fav favorably
orably favorably "known and has the "confidence
and esteem of a large numoer of
friends.
U. I). C.
Dickison Chapter, U. D. C, iwiil
hold memorial services dn memory of

OIts. Fanny ;R. Gary, Saturday, Sept.

26th, 3:30 p. m., at the residence of
.Mrs. E. L. Carney. The U. C. V.,

the S. C. V. and Fanny R. Gary ehap-

ter, O. of C. are invited to 'attend.

IMr. iE-arl Hall will leave tomorrow

for the Home' School at 'Port Deposit,
'Maryland, (Where 'he 'has 'been enroll

ed for the year.
.'Major Hi. T. Izilar and :Mrs. Izlar,

who have 'been spending their vaca vacation
tion vacation among the scenes of their early
life in South Carolina, will return

home next Tuesday, "unless all
signs of ;the Zodiac fail,'' aa stated in
a communication to the Star.

city.

Methodist 5 -,
Rev. J. M, Gross, D. D Pastor.
9:30 a. m. -Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching.
Sutbject, "Christ's One Standard

are of florals."

3 p. m.' Junior League.
4 p. m. Senior League.
7:30 p. m. Preaching. -i
All cordially invited. Strangers

always .welcome. ..

Baptist
(Rev. Bunyan Stephens, Pastor)
9:30 a; m.Sunday school.
Xext Sunday is rally day.
11 a. m. -Preaching by the pas pastor.
tor. pastor. 3:30 p. m. Junior Union.
6:4 5 p. m. JB. Y. P. U.
7:45 'Evening service, j
Evening hour will ibe changed to

7:30 October 4.

a friend .with you.

Bring

.At the Synagogue
Services will be held at the syn

agogue at 5:30 Sunday afternoon

v' Xortli Ocala Union Church v
Rev. W. H. Dodge twill preach at

the new Union church in Xorth Ocala

Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock', ; This
will foe the first service held In the

new ibuilding. All are cordially in

vited to attend.

TROUBLES OF THE TEACHERS

OlrrvOarleton Ervln exiects

leave soon to enter Stetson Univer-1

sity. 1 CMr. Erviiflis one of the city's

most exemplary I'oudg men aad his! 2uestions They had to '.AhsWeriimd

Rules They had to Obey at tfie;
; Recent Examination "i:
'? t : z- -;i,.,. :

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unusual musicai

Regulations

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wmte mouse .& Cresco me .Best CoSKsswe -1mm:

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WHITE HOUSE COFFEE is too well known to needL any introduction
but we would like to say we push this line, and always carrya cpmplete line in

one, two and three pound cans.

JAVA. AND MOCHA, DwineH-Wrights, the.sarae standard as White
House. Just a different blend. y

CRESCO the best 35c Coffee on the market.

L3ptonii9s TeHley 9s smui ESeMeEaemi Tea

The Best place for these and other Fancy Groceries in Ocala

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airs. II. II. Harrold and -daughter,

CMiss iSidney Harrold and Master
,: "Wilif red iHarrold reiturned. yesiterday
fitter noon from a tmrs34htfel
. visit to relatives and friends in iNew

iJYork state.

metime ln-OotovlerTKJ. ;

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(Mth. (ln.rm.srtw and son. CMr. : Cam-

-oron Gamsby, will leave next wee"k
ror a visit to ewanee, Tenn, At-
lanta, Ga,, and Alabama. Mr.
Cameron Gamsby 'Will shortly re-
. enter school for the -winter term.
The regular, monthly meeting of
the Jjadies- Home and Foreign Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Society of the -Presbyterian
dhurch will ibe ttield Thursday, Sept.

Zl'i&L. at 4 d. m.. in the church build-

"

air. Eugene "Rivers has returned
'from nis visit ; to Worsthington

Springs- and. .hls old home in Alach Alachua
ua Alachua county, Mrs. iRivers will remain

In Alachua if or a few days yet.

QIr. and Mrs. Geo. II. Ford of
Jacksonville are enjoying a 'delight 'delightful
ful 'delightful trip through the north, and are

now .wftib IMr. 'Ford's mother, IMiss 4

Bmlly iStoteshury and Mr. 'Don Ford
in Toronto, Canada. r

ility -will ibe quite

n acquisition to the musical .oran .oran-izaliona
izaliona .oran-izaliona at Stetson. '

Mr. Jim Johnson, Capt. Tom Questions must .be kept exclusively

.Bridges,. Mr. Leroy Bridges -with Dr. in the hands of the examiner untilithe

and Mrs. 'Hani ey enjoyed a day nzh- j imirnite 'for examination on any feu b-

ing" yesterday on (Silver Springs. A ject. .Seals to every enclosure must f

delicious fish dinner twas served at broken in the presence of the' ex ex-Heartsease,
Heartsease, ex-Heartsease, and the entire day was aminees. 4 .v
one of great pleasure. The sutrjoets must be taken, inthe
V ' ), (following- order, and the examination
Miss Blair 'Wood row expects to limited to tfour days: rk
leave Tuesday to resume her studies Tuesdayr A. M., Orthography 8:30
at the young woman's college in Co- ta 11:30;. Reading '11:00 to v12: 30;
luimhia, :' S. C She iwill !be accom- p. IM., 'Grammar. v f
panled as far as aJcksonville by her ; -Wednesday, A. M.t Arithmetic 800
mother, Mrs. D. Wood row. jt 12:tf6r P- M., Composition and
' Geography. .'. t-
Mrs. Bunyan Stephens -has con- Thursday, A. M., Agriculture 8:00
eluded a 'charming visit with 'friends tot 10: SO; Clvfl .Government 10:30 to
and relatives at iher told 'home in 12:30; P. M., Theory and Practice.

Shelby ville, Ky.r and is now the 'Friday,. A. M., Algebra;: P. M. Phy Phy-guest
guest Phy-guest of Rev. Stephens' mother and sical Geography.
family in Atlanta, 'Where she and ; All examinees must 'begin any giv giv-Master
Master giv-Master McClure .will remain until en suhiect at the time, and no recess

must be taken until that subject is

rMr, and Mrs. Sam (Deigh of Jack, DUTIES.- Every examinee -must
s6nville 'will arrive in the city dur- supply himself with cap-paper," must

ing the nejstfevw days to reside. Mr. j write In a legible (hand with pen and

ueigii 'recssiiLiy au-cpLea nae positiou j inK, must wOtk in luii view oxaer
of traveling salesman .for the Groov- evaminees, must number or letter

er Stewart 'Drug JGo. of Jacksonville answers to agree with the questions,
and "will make 'Ocala nis fheadauar- Lvnfl imust fasten together all sheets

" I on the same subject.

: I .-nry rvUTnTTT rx0 rrn t-? r rr Wi a. iOT.

Mrs. 'William Sinclair has shipped amination on any subject, there miist

her houseihold goods to Fort Pierce, foe no -iolation of any of the ifollow-

swihere he has-bought a pretty lot hn?!

near iher' son, Qlr. Robert Sinclair,! (l) Co examinee shall ibe seated

and expects to tbuild a cotage and re- so that it be .possible for him to read

side there permanently. tShe will Um nth fir's writins: (2) shall have in

make her home -with .her son for, the frs .possession any book, note-book,
present. Mrs. (Sinclair ..will go down or other thing from .which help xnit'ht
Wednesday. The many friends "of be obtained; (3) shall speak to any

this, estimable lady deeply regret her person; (4) shall overlook another's

departure. ; iFor thirty years Mrs. work; (5) shall ask the examiner
(Sinclair has made her home in or .the meaning of any question; (6)
near this city. We wish for her shall (leave his seat iwithout permis permis-happinoss
happinoss permis-happinoss and prosperity in her new sion; (7) shall leave the room more
home and environments. ithan ahw or fremain out 1 oncer than

ten minutes; (8) shall pass or, throw

Virginia has anything about the room; (9) shall

place on any jpaper any mark calcu

lated to disclose its author.

Violation of any of these prohibi-

ters.

cers under the heads, legislative, ex

ecutive, judicial. Ten credits.
-3. 'Distinguish between three
types of local governmeiti in the

United States- State which you. con con-aider
aider con-aider tbest 'with your reasons. Five
credits each.
v 4. Name the inclntal cause
-which led to the calling: of the con

stitutional convention of ibhe TJnfted

states. Tell their number and dis

cuss the character of t&e xlelesates.
State the main difference in the Vir

ginia and Xevr Jersey plans. "Xame

the questions that called for the

three compromises. Two -and 'a half

credits each.

5. Give reasons for '.creating a

Congress of two houses. Tell the

following of a member of each
f

house: What he is called, for how

long elected, how elected now. Five

credits each.

-6. Tell how a law is made by
Congress, or trace the steps neces necessary
sary necessary for a bill to 'become a law. Ten
credits.

" "DMTu 'VfT H

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we have opened a new drug store in the Wallls build building
ing building on South Main street, and shall make every endeavor to
?,Vla,fe everyone who may favor us with their patronage.
oJiSt11 SDeclaIty ot PROMPT and ACCURATE
PRESCRIPT! O.N work, we also carry a full line of Toilet
Articles, Stationery, Patent Medicines and Standard Prepara Preparations..
tions.. Preparations.. We want to call special attention to our line of
Fresh GARDEN and HELD SEEDS, which we ell under a
Guarantee that they are absolutely fresh, new Mock.
Give us a trial 'when need of anything in our line.
OUR 3IOTTO: "FRIiai GOOD:, AIAVAYS."

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DpucoIsIg and Seedcmeo,
PHONE 14 ?

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OCALA, - FLOHIBA

7.. describe tbe method of elect- SS2S2S55
5 a president. Give reasons why M

3irs. 'Nona iRamsaur and Miss

iGhristine 'Hannah, iwho stopped over
Jik the city for a few days on their

my home from New York, guests of

their sister and aunt, Qlrs. R., R.

.. m V J A I

.tirroll, went on to cneir name in w. oI school, 'will make

. j. f-tci s twuio .... ; j some time.

-
Z?Xrs. Karl Weihe, .who left sev sev-rrria
rrria sev-rrria jrlays ago for SN'ewark, X. J., on
:2cmtm of the illness of iher mother,

T'-w, Xxissa.'ck, iwrites from Charles-

fMrs. (X. Garrett of

leased the residence of airs. William
Sinclair for the winter and expects

to move in about the 24th. airs.

Garrett is a sister of Mrs. W. e. tions will ibe deemed sufficient cause

Henry of Oklawaha and foT many

years has been engaged in mission

ary iwork dn China. She returned to
the states 3ast spring and with her

two daughters and the daughters of

Dr.v and Mrs. vHenry, iwho -will ibe in

the city to attend the 'winter's term

her home for

ing

he should or should not fbe elected
by popular vote. iFire credits each.

8. Give the titles of the officers

composing the president's cabinet.

naming them as near as you can In

the order in -which they would suc

ceed to the presidency should cer

tain vacancies occur. Ten credits.

9. Xame the departments usual

in a state government, and tell the

heads of which, compose the gover

nor's cabinet 4n Florida. Ten credits

10. Name and locate all the state

educational, charitable and penal in

stitutions of Florida. Ten credit.

Music, all kinds, at
Company.

The Murray

9-17-3t

' BUIST'S fresh garden seeds for
fall planting at Bitting & Knight's
drug store. 9-lS-tf

OPEN DA AS D NIGHT

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

corner. Meals a la carte and lunches

at any iour. Adv.

for exculding any paper from .the

grading committee, or for nullifying

a whole county examination.

CIVIL GOVERNMENT
(From James and Sanford's "Our
Government.")
1. Name five of the most import important
ant important functions of local government,
and justify the levying of taxes. Ten
credits.
2. Give reasons why counties
are necessary, and group county offi-

If it Is from Gerig's it is of good
quality always. 9-14-tf

Onion sets for fall plantlnj
Seed Store.

. Ocala
8-lS-tf

Fourteen 'pounds of sugar for $1.
.with cash purchases of other grocer groceries
ies groceries to the amount of. $1, Saturday
and Monday only. Smith Grocery
Company. adv. 3t

Get a Victrola at The Murray Com Company
pany Company 9-17-3t

CHARLESTON
AND RETURN
VIA

FIRST CLASS. Meals nM Bcrlli Incloclcc!.
This Special Rate good on any of the Company 's
Steamers f
August 22d to October 17th, Inclusive.
Return Limit 10 Days.
Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p.m.
For reservations and further particulars apply to
Mo (So WEM2E.1L9
.. Floriia Passenger Agent,
122 West lJay Sireet, JacksonrMe, Florfd.

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTE3IBER 10. 1914

COUXTY CANNING CIUCS

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Napoleon so said. A man
with a veak stomach is

Dretty sure to bo a poor fighter. It is; difficult

Almost imnossible for anyone, man or woman,

if digestion 13 poor, to succeed in buslness- or
socially or to enjoy life. In tablet or liquid form

Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery
helps weak stomachs to strong, healthy action action-helps
helps action-helps them to digest the food that makes the good,
rich, red blood which nourishes the entire body.
This vegetable remedy, to a great extent, puts

tne liver iriLu acuviiy uus me iu,uujcijr v uajacV
the human system so that those who spend their working hours at tneaesK,
behind the counter, or in the home are rejuvenated into vigorous neaitn.
Has broustbt relief to many thouWnda every year for over forty
relievo you and doubtless restore to you yoor former healthi 50cfor -least
you owe it to yourself to give it a trial- Sold by Medicine Dealers or endiar
Sal box cxTabIet-Dr. Fierce'. In valid' Hotel & Surgical Institute, Buffalo.Y.
Ycu ctn hav Dr. Pltrss't Ccmmsa Snss Psilea! Afvfjer cl 1C03 P5 or

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.STATE

Government Giving Its Cordial Aid
and Coojeration
. At the last meeting of the -board
of public instruction it was decided
to cooperate with the government
esierimental station at Gainesville
in the imatter of having the work of
the county canning clubs woven into
the public sohoola of the county.
ttlrs. J. R. JMcorhead, who has been
so -successfully carrying on this work
for the past two seasons in Marion
county, .has been appointed by the
agricultural department a3 county
agent for the 19 1 4-1 5 season.
The appropriation made by the

government for this work is conting contingent
ent contingent upon the expenditure by- the
-arious counties of an amount equal
to that allowed by the department.
The amount at -present allowed for
the salary of an agent for this coun county
ty county by the government is only $30
permonth for ten months in the year.'
A like amount was appropriated at
the meeting several days ago by the
board, thus giving the agent a salary
of $60 per month for the ten work working
ing working months. There is no provision for
expenses of the agent, which at pres present
ent present means quite a good deal, as it is
necessary to make visits all over the
country and give demonstrations in
canning and lectures at the schools.
It is the-indention' of the department
to ask the board of county commis commissioners,
sioners, commissioners, 'board of trade or other pub public
lic public body to supplement the above
amounts with $15 per month for ten
months to defray 'a portion of (the
expense.
The work this year will be done
under the supervision of the board
of public instruction, and; 'Mrs. CMoor CMoor-head
head CMoor-head is quite certain that this year's
results will be such as to justify a
larger appropriation for the canning
proposition another year.

FUXERALr OF

MR. HOLLIXCSHEAI)

The funeral services of ReV. J. F.
Hollingsbead were held at IM elver &
MacKay's chapel at i o'clock Friday
afternoon ; iRev. Bunyan Stephens
officiated, and a large number of
friends were present.
After fthe ceremony, the remains
were taken to Greenwood and laU
to their final rest in a plat on the
north side of the cemetery. Quite a
number; went to tthe cemetery, and
stood with bared heads in the rain
while Rev. Stephens cast a bandful

of flower petals on the coffin and

spoke a brief, iprayer. The iriends

of the dead bad been (profuse in their
floral offerings, and there were al

most enough flowers to hide the
new-made mound. : :

The wanton butchery of this harm

less old man is one of the worst
crimes ever committed in Ocala and

the officers of the law should not

rest as long as there is any chance

of fastening the crime on the perpe

trator.

WRECK OX OCAIiA XORTHERX

tar W ant Ads, Bring Results

(The tmixed passenger and freight

tr a in of th e Ocal a No rth e rn rai 1 road

was wrecked yesterday at 11 o'clock,
between Bxirbank and Daisy, t The
train was running probably SO miles
an hour when a freight car ahead of
the passenger coaches dropped a
brake beam, which began to tear tip

crossties, and play bavoc generally.

(Before the train came to a stand standstill,
still, standstill, two freight cars and two "pas "passenger
senger "passenger coaches were off the rails,
turned over and more or less dam

aged. Strange to say, although

there were about twenty passengers

And members of the crew together In

the two coaches, none of them were
Injured to. any extent. Acting Con

ductor J. D. McDonald and the bag

gage master were slightly bruised

and the passengers were only shak shaken
en shaken up. The track was torn up in a
way not often seen in a wreck for
quite a distance. The removing of

the cars, getting the tender back on

the rails and -rebuilding the track

has been quite a job, and traffic on

the road was not resumed till this

afternoon.

BIG STEAMER BURXED

3Lallory Liner, Well Known in Flori Flori-ida
ida Flori-ida Ports
Hoboken, N. J., Sept. 19. The
steamer Neuces of the aiallory "Line
burned to the water's edge at it's
'Hudson River dock last night. The
Neuces, which plies between (New
York and Tampa and 'Mobile, was un undergoing
dergoing undergoing repairs here. No one was
hurt.

FIRST CAR OF GRAPEFRUIT

Orlando Sentinel: The first car carload
load carload of grapefruit to be shipped
from Florida for the season of 1914
was shipped this week by Lawrence
Gentile of this city. The fruit came
from his famous Frostproof grove
and was exceptionally fine, being
well matured and ripened. It easily
passed the test as to ripeness pro provided
vided provided by the state law.

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FLORIDA

Lost 8cret of Graeksw
No greater, gift could be made to our
modern world than the1 rediscovery of
the Greek physical supremacy. The
secret of the method by which for one
brief period they realized perfection
was long since lost, ou one know-how.
At present so little ifc we understand
the principles of training which guid guided
ed guided the Greek In hh pms. In his bat battles
tles battles and his dances and made the pro proportions
portions proportions of his figures different from
ours of today that, Greek sculpture is
in reality a puzzle to us. Certain
postures fixed by the Greek sculptor
seem to us contortions, bordering on
physical, impossibilities. There is al always
ways always a terrific controversy over the
restoration of Greek sculpture, and
even then the arms and heads and less
e supply never look right.
- All this ; because we ; do not under understand
stand understand i the principles by : which the
Greek ordered the movements of his
body. It was a great secret of bodily
co-ordination, and the secret has been
lost and with it the ability thoroughly
to understand Greek artNew York
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School In. the Sixteenth Century. ;
- School life at Shrewsbury In the els els-teenth
teenth els-teenth century was a strenuous affair.
Mr. Percy Addleshaw.ln bis "Life of
Sir Philip Sidney" has an interesting
account of the school at that time.
"The school year,' he writes, Mwas di divided
vided divided Into halves. From Lady day to
All Saints day the hours of attend
ance .were from 6 o'clock in the morn morning
ing morning till 11. the dinner hour. In the
afternoon the boys studied from 12:45
till 5 o'clock. Prayers were recited at
the beginning and close of the day.
If a holy day occurred in the week It
was a play day, but usually the weekly
day for games was Thursday. One
custom then begun Is still observed.
At the earnest reqffest and great
entreaty of some man of honor, of
great worship, credit or authority an
extra holiday was granted to the boys.
The Judges of assize, when visiting
Shrewsbury, are still accustomed to
ask for and obtain thi3 boon. West Westminster
minster Westminster Gazette.

Emerson as a Vocalist.
As a student at Harvard Ralph Wal Waldo
do Waldo Emerson did not give much prom promise
ise promise of his future greatness. Ills dis dissertation
sertation dissertation was spoken of as "a very
good one, but too long to give much
pleasure to the hearers."- lie was class
poet, but only after seven others had
been successively elected and had suc successively
cessively successively declined the honor. A story
told by Arthur Stanwood Pier In "The
Story of Harvard" goes to show that
Emerson's musical efforts were even
less appreciated.
Singing in the yard was a popular
diversion, and early in his freshman
year Emerson, wishing to have a share
in the fun. went to the singing master,
who said to him, "Chord.
"So I made some kind of a noise,
said Emerson, "and the singing master
said: That will do. sir. Yon need not
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Old-Washington White and young
Calhoun Clay entered a dancing com competition.
petition. competition. But age was against Wash,
end his boots, a pair of cowhides six or
seven sizes too large, were against him
too. The prize was awarded to the
younger man.
"Look-a-yere. Mlsto Empire. Uncle
Wash growled, "whaffor yo give de
prize toe him?
"Kase be done mo' beats n yo'
done."
"Go long, manl" said Uncle Wash.
"I done a lot o steps In dese yere big
boots what yo' never seel New York
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Kind Editors.
Needless to say, the night was cold.
Brrrl
"We have osed up the last stick of
wood In the house, said the young
artist to the brooding poet as they
sat beside the embers of a fire. "What
shall we do? Must I sacrifice my latest
canvas?
"Holdr said the poet. "I shall bring
my rejected slips."
And they kept the fire going all night.
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WAR STORIES BY THE WOUNDED

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hisypost, and kept firing after being
wounded.
While men must fight and hear the
consequences like men the real an anguish
guish anguish cf war is the lot of their wo
men. The fact Is sadly evident just
now at the hospitals in .which our
wounded soldiers are -being .tenderly
nursed back to health and vigor.
Take the scene at the London hos hospital,
pital, hospital, weher some hundreds of our
warriors 'broken at 'Mons are (being
cared for. 'All through the day the
institution was beseiged by relatives
of those within, anxiously Inquiring
ffor the latest tidings of the tpatients,
or waiting patiently, 'hopeful.
Inside, there were many touching
scenes, pathetic reunions of husband
and wife, mother -and son. A hospit hospital
al hospital inevitably sees much of the dra drama
ma drama of life even in peace; in times
of .war It ds there, perhaps, that the
human-factor is uppermost.
i, wife treturned from -visiting her
husband an infantryman disabled
while In the thick of the fighting at
Mons -full of hope, -and talked gaily
of the prospect of her husfoand's ear
ly recovery. She could scarcely
credit the fact that he had really re returned.
turned. returned.
"It 'has all 'happened so quickly,"
she said. MHe managed to wire, tell telling
ing telling me to come and that's how- I 'have
seen him so quickly.
V "iLook what he gave me," she add added,
ed, added, and produced a small, evil look looking
ing looking rifle bullet,; which was passed
from hand to, hand.
Her hus!band would soon foe better
which was a welcome assurance. QBut
she did not want him to get well
"too quickly." Like every other wo woman,
man, woman, however, ghe was proud of the
part her husband had played. One
told little tales of hra very on the
part of the wounded, of heroism un under
der under fire against tremendous odds, of
solicitude for chums (less capable of
caring for themselves.
Large numbers ofv additional
wounded Teached this country, and
like those before them, had stories
of adventure to relate.
One of the 120 men taken to 'Bir-
mingham, who had lost his left
hand wondered why he had heen sent
home. "I can still do a bit of dam-
age witn tms, ne sara, snaKing nis
right hand.
A member of the (Field Artillery,
whose 'head was ''bandaged and 'who
could not speak, wrote down the fol following:
lowing: following: "The shells came down like
rain and ouryregiment had only one
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officer left. I was on a flank with
my 'gun and fired about sixty rounds
in forty minutes, tbut we could not
get any support."
One manlbelonging to the 'Suffolks
stated that ihls regiment arrived at
'Mons on Sunday atfternoon, and, they
were dimmediately set to build trench
es. At that time the Germans were
about 2,000 yards "away, but when
300 yards off they closed in, some
lying'down, others kneelingand the
third line standing. "It 'was then
we peppered them," 'he said, "and it
'is no exaggeration to 'say we 'tore
great holes and gaps in their ranks.
Each of us in the daylight fired with
precision at the obvious target, but
in the dark, and the fight raged for
two nights without 'break we simp simply
ly simply had to fire 'in their direction, trust trusting
ing trusting to luck,' '
A 'bomtbardier of the '.Royal Field
Artillery explained that the enemy
had their work made easy by the
aeroplane which flew over the Brit British
ish British lines and signalled 'by means of
flash light. "Soon their shrapnel be
gan to drop" 'he added, "and it did
a lot of damage .We had to find our
own range, (but our men did 'magnifi 'magnificently
cently 'magnificently when they once got to work."
One poor fellow, whose ihead was
so smothered in handages that his
features could not Jbe seen, tremarked
"We could sbeat them with (bladder (bladder-sticks
sticks (bladder-sticks if it was not for the shells,
which, were appalling. The effect
could not he described."
;Betweent two and three hundred
wounded soldiers arrived at Brigh Brighton
ton Brighton yesterday. Thousands of people
assembled outside the railway station
and lined the route to the (hospital.
Soldiers with minor wounds chatted
to civilians "ahout their experiences,
telling how tremendous were the
odds against them, 'how they pepper peppered
ed peppered the enemy, and how cruel the Ger Germans
mans Germans were to the wounded. They
appeared possessed of a. burning de desire,
sire, desire, to return to the front, and to
have another go at the enemy.1
A Lancashire Fusilier told that he
marched, or rather hobbled, a doz dozen
en dozen miles after he was wounded in
the leg, and that the bullet -was
only extracted on Monday, yet, yes yes-terady
terady yes-terady 'he was limping round in the
sunshine with a cigarette 'between
his lips.
Oh, the longing for tobacco which
the eyes of the convalescents speak!
The gift of a, few thousand cigarettes
to the Co n n a u gh t
hospitals would
and
make
Cambridge
numerous
Tommies happy.
The young .Fusilier spoke in liigh

praise of the German gunnery, but
held their rifle shooting in utter con contempt,
tempt, contempt, and declared that they coul.l
not stand the bayonet. He saw a
company of Irish Fusiliers go for a
mob of the enemy, who "turned and
ran like hares."
"The hest thing I -saw from oar
trenches," he went on, "was a charge

by asuqadron of the 19th Hussars,
who went straight for some dis dismounted
mounted dismounted cyclists. It seemed a mad
thing to do, for the Germans who had
been peppering our infantry, should
have been able to stop them with
their rifles, but they didn't, and af after
ter after the 'Hussars rode through there
was not a German left alive."
The Fusilier spoke enthusiastical enthusiastically
ly enthusiastically of the bravery of the iFrench peas peasant
ant peasant women. "Even while we were
being shelled in the trenches," he
said, "they came up our lines and
(brought us fruit."
He saw from a xlistance Germans
bayoneting figures on the ground.
A thrilling story of the 'heroic
stand of '500 of our troops was told
at the Base hospital at Birmingham
yesterday toy a Lancashire lad Who
wore the uniform pf a sergeant In
the 'Royal (Field Artillery. The ser sergeant
geant sergeant was unable to speak 'because
of a wounded Jaw, his hurt having
ibeen received in a desperate fight at
Touhnai, tout -given paper and pencil,
he wrote, "England will never
know," and afterwards he was induc induced
ed induced to jot down the story of how a
small force of British roldiers found
th em s el ves faced by rwhelming
odds and fought their guns doggedly
while they jwaited for the support
which did not come.
"The German shellp came dowa
like rain," ; he said, "and when it
was all over the 1'lth 'had only one
officer left. It was a case of 500
(English trying to save a flank against
10,000 Germans. I could tell you
who should 'have supported us, but
tfiey were a day too late."
A surprise attack in which some
of the Royal Lancasters were caught
in a tight place was described hy a
private. Posted slightly in advance
of iMons they were suddenly swooji swooji-ed
ed swooji-ed down on iby the Gernians, who in
the words of the narrator, "seerped
to open fire upon, us from nowhere."
The Welsh (Fusiliers -who '.had ex exchanged
changed exchanged the Tdfle for the spade, be being
ing being hard at work digging tranches,
had instantlv to find what cove-: they
could from the murderous fire pour poured
ed poured into them.
"We lost heavily," added the sold soldier',
ier', soldier', "'but the Germans lost a lot more
nen oar artillery came up."
They told me of the xeluctancfl
with which the (British troops obeyed
the constant orders to fall hack! "It
was, retire, retire, retire," said one
man, "whom our chaps were longing
to be at them. But they didn't swear
about it, (because 'being out there and
seeing what we saw makes you feel
religious.".
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corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
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the house on tire with your alcoboi
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In the first place. I haven't got a lamp,
and in the second place I'm a lifelong
member of the Temperance league league-Journal
Journal league-Journal Amusant
A Nice, Polite Man.
There's some good things In town
this week," said the girl who was hint hinting
ing hinting for an invitation to the theater.
MWell responded Mr. Grouch. "1
ain't one of 'era."
Breakfast Table Talk.
Airs. Hascbe (to new boarder) How
did you find your steak this morning.
Mr. Jobson? Jobson Oh. quite easily;
I'm a detective! London Answers.
Old, but Pointed.
Willis Putting a pin in a person's
chair Is an old. Joke. Wallace Yes.
but It hasn't lost Its point yet. London
Telegraph
There ts no grace in n benefit that
sticks to the fingers Seneca.
Soldier's Most Trying Position.
The average soldier finds the most
terrifying position to be that of stand standing
ing standing motionless in the front rank, ex exposed
posed exposed to the enemy's-fire without be being
ing being able to reply, The order to ad advance
vance advance or to charge with fixed bayonets
is then received as a release from
agony. Movement, even Into greater
peril, distracts the mind and greatly
reduces the mental anguish.
They Don't Like Rain.
The tortoise shows a greater dislike
to and fear of rain than any other ani animal.
mal. animal. Twenty-four hours or more be before
fore before rain falls the Galapagos tortoise
makes for shelter. On a bright, clear
morning, when not a cloud can be seen,
all. the shellbacks on a tortoise farm
may sometimes be seen headod for the
nearest overhanging rocks. When' that
happens the people know that rain
will come down during the day, and,
as a rule, it comes down in torrents.
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ROE &
CHAUTAUQUA 3IUSIC CONTESTS
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 -bid 3 fair to be one of much in interest
terest interest to-this community, as well as
the sourrounding counties, namely,
the musical contest.
The contest will be confined to the
piano this year.
Music has uplifted many a weary
soul; it has broadened many minds;
under its Influence mankind has
been spurred on to overcome seem seemingly
ingly seemingly impossible tasks. It has been
recognized that beyond all doubt a
taste and love for high class music
takes an active part In the mould moulding
ing moulding of men and women of real worth.
Who hath no music in his soul shr
Realizing these facts, Dr, George
Selden Waldo, director of the Chau Chautauqua
tauqua Chautauqua circuit of Florida, of which
this city is a member, has Inaugurat Inaugurated
ed Inaugurated this musical contest at each of
the chautauquas under his manage management.
ment. management. Each city will conduct its own in individual
dividual individual contest. Judges will he se selected
lected selected from among the local well
known musicians and probably one
from among the celebrated music musicians
ians musicians who will appear on the pro pro-gran).
gran). pro-gran).
To the winner of the contest at
each Chautauqua Dr. Waldo will pre present
sent present a handsome gold medal.
Absolutely no partiality will be
shown in the competition for the
medal. The successful contestant
will win it simply and solely on his
or her. merit. It therefore, behoove
each prospective contestant to put in
an active winter's, study, especially
upon the piece to be played in the
Chautauqua contest.
Conditions of entrance into the
contest will he as follows:
Any white boy or girl of eighteen
years or under, residing in the state
of Florida.
Contestants must have at no time
taught piano or been employed as a
paid pianist.
Piece must be memorized.
Piece must be by Tecognized com composer
poser composer of high grade music.
No "ragtime" permitted.
No piece shall take over ten min minutes
utes minutes for Its rendition.
The piece must be fourth grade or
higher. t
Contestants will fca marked,
among other things, on the follow following:
ing: following: Position, memoryexpression, and
execution.
All would-he contestants should
send their names at once to Mr. J. D.
Rooney of the local Chautauqua com committee,
mittee, committee, and he in turn will Tefer the
the name to the chairman of the
piano contest committee.'
In addition to the above contest,
there will he another one in decla declamation,
mation, declamation, in which Dr. Waldo will
also award a gold medal to the win winner.
ner. winner. Details of the declamation con contest
test contest will be given later.
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Many British Soldiers Reported Lost
Are Returning to Tlieir Com-
mands

Dondan, Sept. 19. The Britisb
3ubllc -was deeply astonished when
the official press bureau gave out the
first actual casualty lists, because
the "missing"" out-numbered more
than ten to one the combined dead
and injured. Haw could so many
men "get lost?" Was the question on
every ones lips and constantly asked.
The "missing" are ,'now toeing
explained by the daily arrival of
groups of stragglers, who got lost
from their .regiments and have come
back to join new, (battalions being
formed.
By the (Boulogne boat arrived an
unkept, ragged group of eight -men
in the garb of .French peasants.

One had a corduroy Jacket, trous trousers
ers trousers much ttoo short if or him, and
bathing shoes. Unwashed, and with
iwo or three" day's growth of beard
on their if aces, they walked out of the
Harbour station.
As they passed out talking, 1
caught a 'broad Irisb brogue aucl.a
response tin an equally pronounced
Scotch dialect.
"Who are you?" I inquired.
"British soldiers, guv'nor!" was
the reply. "Lost our regiments, 'bor 'borrowed
rowed 'borrowed these 'ere togs, came through
the German 'lines, reached Boulogne
at 'last, and now we are going to
,Shorncliffe to report. Then we are
going iback again!"
I got Into conversation iwith itheun,
and heard from them a remarkable
story.
ITihey were of various regiments

Royal Scots, Irish Rifles, Somersets,
Middlesex, Innlskillings, etc, and
they told me 'of 'having been sur surrounded
rounded surrounded in a small (French village,
(which they thought was called 'Au 'Au-berge,
berge, 'Au-berge, several .miles south of !Mons,
by a large German force ; of bavlng
made ftheir way Tight through the
German 'lines and of toeing directed
by French (peasants, ;who told them
the 'way across country. '!
A 'London man, whom 'his com comrades
rades comrades called Bill, told 'how, though
overwhelmingly out-numbered, the
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lUllliaU L KJ L V. O i.kCJLVX ilXiiXl KUtit V i-
against the Germans for 24 hours,

Ing severely themselves.
After iMons the general retirement
began, and .was accompanied by fight fighting
ing fighting every day and nearly all day,

"We -were very (hard 'pressed all
the -way. On Wednesday we iwere in

""a village -which iwas shelled, and
eventually blown to 'bits. The Ger Ger-mans
mans Ger-mans advanced across a bridge. They
rwere bolding 'women and children to
front of them not driving tbem, b&f.
literally carrying 'them, holding the
women up below the armpits to

screen themselves.

gunners could not do anything. It

was .worse than any savage .warfare
1 ihave ever imagined." :.
When they .were cut off from their
regiment, they toad no orders asx to
-where they .were to return to, and
knew, nothing of the country. Their
officers, being mounted, managed, to
get 'back to their supports, font these
men found it impossible to join their
own (battalions. V
They spoke very (highly of the
kindness of the French -peasants, af after
ter after they once could make them -understand
,who they .were.
"Up to then,' explained the Lon London
don London man, "they were inclined to
doubt ius." .
An Irishman, whom his friends
... f-
called Paddy, told me of the Brit-

(extent of the execution inflicted by
the Germans was, I think, an exag exaggerated
gerated exaggerated one, and i refrain from re repeating
peating repeating it. He admitted that his
own regiment was (particularly for fortunate,
tunate, fortunate, for after 24 (hours in the
trenches they (lost only five "killed
and thirteen .wounded.
For the German musketry fire he
had a profound contempt, but their
artillery commanded his respect. .
The British force was (pushed for forward
ward forward so rapidly to the attack that
they were ordered to 'leave tfcheir
knapsacks oh he ground, 'he idea be being
ing being to take the Germans by sur surprise.
prise. surprise. ;
. "For days after that,'' said Paddy,

"we had little food, It was not that
the food was not there. 'Every time
we were getting our rations cooked
the Germans were on -us, and we had
to retire a ibit further still. They
seemed to wait until they saw it was
breakfast time, and smelt our bacon
cooking.
"I (hope you will say that many of
the men reported missing are doubt doubt-3ess
3ess doubt-3ess in the same position as ourselves
and perhaps wandering somewhere
in France, unable to rejoin their
regiments. I expect we are among
the "missing."
A 'Scotsman told me of witnessing
the destruction !by shrapnel fire of a
Jled Cross ihdspital near 'Mons. The
Red Cross iFlag was Hying over the
building.
Another said they could have given

valuable information at headquar headquarters
ters headquarters of the different dispositions of
the German forces, if they had been
able to get to an officer in time.
"Nearly all," he said, speaking of
his fighting comrades, "were veter veterans
ans veterans of South Africa Nothing we
went through there compared with
this at all. People ask ns whether
it was as bad. Why South Africa
was like manoeuvers compared with
this." ;
Another told me a horrible story
of an incident in a village the Ger Germans
mans Germans bad shelled and occupied. A
French soldier whom they .took 'pris 'prisoner
oner 'prisoner .was thrown on some embers and
burnt alive.

BRITISH LEARNED
FROM THE BOERS

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 J. Cheney & Co., doing business In

the city of Toledo, county and state

aforesaid, and that said firm will
pay the sum of ONE (HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case
of catarrh that canot be cured by
the use of IHALL.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 Catarrb Cure is taken inter internally
nally internally and acts directly upon the
blood and -mucous surface of the sys system.
tem. system. Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation,
stipation, constipation, adv
When Moles Fight.
You would hardly believe that moles,
clumsy and almost blind, become per perfect
fect perfect demons when they quarrel. No
one knows what they quarrel about,
but if they once start fighting one has
to die. They will keep on in the pres presence
ence presence of any number of spectators,
hanging on to one another like bull bulldogs
dogs bulldogs and burying their enormously
strong Jaws and teeth in one another's
flesh.
v Hedgehogsanother type of the quiet,
inoffensive looking animal, not only
fight, but always to .the death, and
when one is killed the other generally
devours him.

Just Spending the Day.
A woman from out of town walked
into one of the big hotels "'the other
morning and wrote her name on the
register.
'What, madam, said the rccm clerk,
with one of those engaging smiles for
which be is famous, "can I offer you In
the way of a room?'
"Oh, I don't want a room," was the
reply, i am just spending the day
here.'
"Good thing some people spend more
than that with us," remarked the clerk
to himself as she turned smilingly
away. New York Times.'

Put the Knowledge to Good Effect in
Saving Paris
Parts, Sept. IS. A wounded Brit British
ish British soldier today told me of how the
(English in a recent battle fooled the
Germans by a trick learned in the
Boer war. The enemy, before send sending
ing sending on their infantry to attack the
Allies' 'position, opened with a terrif

ic artillery fire. It was early in the

morning and the British were retir

ing, "by orders," according to the

wounded man.
"Well," he went on, 4Nur artillery
suddenly began to drop. One by one
the guns gave out barking.
"What's up now?" I said.
"A few more minutes of heavy fir

ing if rom the other side, then .their in infantry
fantry infantry came on in solid formation.

We received them with rifle fire.
Still they came on; still we mowed
them down.
"They wer3 getting closer; we
could see the dense masses moving.
"Then suddenly the whok of our
artillery opened fire. You see, they
had not been silenced at all. It was
a trick to draw the Germans on.
"They went down in whole fields,
for our guns got them on the open
ground, and of course, they soon had
enough. It was .impossible for those
behind to come on past their dead..
"Then ithe order came to fall iback
to another position. We don't like
this falling back; but you can't get
all you want In this world."
I spoke to another of our men.
He knew nothing.
"All I know was dust, beat, sweat
and. thunder."
"What did you do," I asked.
"Oh, I just plugged in the cart

ridges and -pumped them out dnto the
Germans."
"It was rather curious," be went
on, warming -up to the tale: "you
found yourself firing at, say, one man
and you saw a hundred go down .You
could not 'tell what you hit; but no
one seemed to miss, judging form
the massacres that kept -happening.
"I got a slight wound, but knew
nothing about it felt nothing until

a man next to me says, "Don t give

it all to me 'Fred."

"Then 1 saw I was bleeding a bit."
"Wbat is the one dominant feeling

the first time you are under fire?"

41Mine was thirst," be said simply,
and I think that was general. "You

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requests your presence at her
Annual Fall Opening Exhibition
of
Imported Millinery
Three Days
Beginning Monday, September 28th.
Ocala House Block
Ocala, Florida

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' A Lawyer's Bill.
A lawyer's bill, like the plumber's, is
full of detail. 1 have just seen a speci specimen
men specimen sent to a business friend of mine,
who. anxious to settle up his account,
telephoned to his lawyer. The bill

Of course,' ourJ came in with elaborate detail, and the

last item was.'-'To attenoung you on
the telephone in answer to your re request
quest request for bill. Ss. 6d." My friend "Vow "Vowed
ed "Vowed be would see them in chancery be
fore he paid that and struck it out out-London
London out-London Chronicle.

Bobby's Idea.
"Bobby. I suppose you say youx
prayers every night.'
"Yes'm.'
"And what are the things you pray
for?" .';t
"Mostly that pop won't find out what
Ive been doin' through the day."
Boston Transcript,

Right on the Job.
'Fum de very minute ole man Satan
wnz tol ter keep up de fire hes been
strictly on de job. I makes no doubt
dat one reason he keeps It bright Is
kaze he don't want no sinner ter lose
de way ter whar be lives at.' Atlanta
Constitution.

Safety First.
Detective 2 a. m. Hey, yousej : Wot Wot-cher
cher Wot-cher hanging round this ere front
door fer? Supposed Burglar Fm wait wait-in
in wait-in for the lady inside to git asleep.
We're married. Philadelphia Bulletin.

Its Influence. -,
Frost Do you think the auto has an
ennobling influence?
Snow Well, speaking personallyt we
have been fined and refined Judge.

The Sagacious are generally lucky.
Blackwood.

DIARRHOEA QUICKLY CURED

"My attention was first called to

Chamberlain s Colic, Cholera and

Diarrhoea Remedy as much as 12

years ago. At that time I was seri

ously ill with summer complaint.

One dose of this remedy checked the
trouble," writes 'Mrs. C. W. Florence,

Kockfield, Ind. For sale by all dea
ers. Adv

Doing Well.

Bix "How are ycu making out on

your resolution to economize?" Dix-

"Fine! I've got my running expenses

slowed down to a walk."

PRETTY CORNER LOT

The pretty corner (two lots) im immediately
mediately immediately west of the "new North
Ocala church for sale. Very cheap

for cash. R. fR. Carroll. 9-8-tf

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

MARIOX-DUXX MASOXIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge ZZo. 19, F. &

A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at

7:30 o'clock, until further notice.

Baxter Cam, W. CM.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad

see, all (them guns suck up the air,
and- iwho is scientific, explained
it to tme that ttbe hot guns and the
shells draw all -the moisture out -of
the air, too. So it can't be belped,"
be added cheerfully.
"A'h! It is the cool drollery of you
men that is just splendid," said a
'French officer who bad been on the
right of our position and bad been

part of the force driven in aipon the

British right flank. "Just splendid,"

he tkept repeating. "There is nothing

(in 'the world like it."

"Three of your soldiers argued

about the merits of Gunboat Smith

then they stoppped and fired steadi

ly, laughingly. -When the "Cease

reing" twas sounded, they began to

argue again on Gunboat Smith.

"1 said to one, "We shall beat the

Germans nearer Paris and finally rout

them.' Why not do it here, he said,
'and save us and them walking all

that distance?"

'ISeveral of your men asked tme if

they would see Paris when they fin

ished off the Germans. If I live they

shall come. I bave their names and

addresses and they will be the (hon (honored
ored (honored guests in my house.

"The really pathetic figures of this

war .are the child refugees from Bel

gium. The women give way to grief,

old women shake their beads and

moan; old men who bave passed tbe
age of fighting wring their bands;

but the children look at you with-a

dull pain In their eyes m-hich is more

eloquent than any sobs."

ORDER OF EASTERX ST

Ocala Chapter, :No. 29, O. 13. S.,

meets at Yonge's hall the second and

fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.

Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.

ODD FELLOWS

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

meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday

evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel

come always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.

W. L. Colbert, Secretary. 4

KXIGHTS OF PYTHLVS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions

held every (Monday at 7: SO p.-rm., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. Gober, C. C.

Chas. K. 'Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
WOODMEX OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at

the (K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.

F. J. iBurden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad

OCALA LODGE XO. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets

the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth

ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams; E. R.
L. WT. Harley, Secretary. Ad

LOYAL ORDER OF 3IOOSE

Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,

meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. m.

Visiting brethern always welcome )o

the lodge and club house on Mag

nolia street, near postoffice.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.

CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.

Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall

on the secdnd Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.

Cha3. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.

CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. 31.

(Regular convocations of the Ocala

Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at

7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

DR. D. 31. BOXEY

Eyesight specialist; office and labora

tory 2-6 Gary building. A specialty
of correcting vision wnere others
fail. ; S-26-tf.

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

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

. ACUTE IXDIGESTIOX
"I was annoyed for over a year by
attacks of acute indigestion, follow followed
ed followed by constipation," writes Mrs. 31.
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 Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and pro procured
cured procured a bottle of them from our
druggist. I soon realized that I had
gotten the right thing for they
helped me at once. Since taking two
bottles of them I can eat heartily
without any bad effects." Sold' by all
dealers. 'Adv.

IlEGISTRATIOX NOTICE

The registration book for district
No. 1, (Ocala). will be open on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, "Wednesday and Thursday of each
weekifrom the 1st Monday in August
till the second Saturday in October.
1914. In all othr districts two days Id
each week from the 1st Monday In
September till the second Saturday in
October This registration does not
apply to any person who wa regis registered
tered registered voter prior to Jar- 1st, 1914
Those who registered this year for the
first time In Marion county, thousrfc
they may nave voted in the primary
cannot vote in the November electior
unless they register again prior to th
second Saturday In October.
7-2?-6 wks dly D. M. BARCO.
Supervisor ReeUtration 'Marion C-

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Some prefer a nice Slice of Ham,
Some Roasts, Steaks, Chops, some some Fine Sausage Fried
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The Management of DR. McCLAN
Medical. Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Po., and Troxler's stands.
Larger qurtrtrs, more fnllj equipped and will bo rna
Mrictlr ethical lines.

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THE OCALA EVENING' STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1014

f OCALA OCCURRENCES 1

K. of P. -meet Monday evening.

Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.

Board of Trade Thursday night.

(Moose meet Thursday evening.

R. A. M. meet Friday night.

Woodmen meet" Friday evening.

(Mr. Robert Thagard of Wild wood
was in rtown Friday.

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New woks coming eacn weeK ax
The Murray Company. 9-17-2t
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Mr. Laurie Izlar ihas a position
with the Murray Co.

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

IMr. F. P. Cahoon is -representing
Oak in the city today.

Office supplies, all kinds, at The
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. 'Services will be held at the Jew Jewish
ish Jewish synagogue at 5 : 30 tomorrow af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. (All of that faith are re requested
quested requested to take notice and attend.

; Trade at Gerig's a reliable drug
store. : 7 9-14-tf

Mr. R. E. ;Downs caime up .from
Summerfieli .today on 'business. -He
is improving 'the splendid farm .he
owns and will plant a large fall crop.
If you need hardware, give up a
call. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf

Mr. H. J. LUcItainey, the Wild Wild-wood
wood Wild-wood mill man and turpentine opera operator,
tor, operator, was a. (business -visitor to the
fcity today.
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Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
The Ibusiness men's Sunday school
class, at the iMethodist church will

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iiuai uauquet 'is tu uts -'iit;iu, auu u, w
-desired that all members he present.

School books at The Murray Com Company
pany Company y -; 9-i7-3t

Notwithstanding ithe ibad .weather,

.tne Airaome naa a -snow tasx nigni
and a good crowd. The lAirdome is
running a fine line of (pictures ,-and
ft as a good 'attendance every eve evening.
ning. evening. : It 'wall shave six reels this eve evening
ning evening for the regular "price, 10 and 5

WEATHER REPORT

Thi3 report is made from obser

vations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.

Weihe, official observer for the1, government.

R. F.

'Max. Mln.
Sept. 1. . . 90 69
Sept. 2. . . . .90 69
Sept. 3. ....... .89 70
Sept. 4. . .'. .79 70
Sept. 5. ... .... .89 70
Sept. 6. ...... .90 69
Sept. 7. ....... .87 70
Sept. 8. ..I 87 68
Sept. 8 .92 67
Sept. 10. ... ... .89 69
Sept. l!l . .87 60
Sept. 12. ..... .89 63
Sept. 13 .88 68
Sept. 14 ... . .89 4
Sept. 15. . . .80 67
Sept. 16 79 68
Sept. 17.... ...;.7S 67
Sept. 18 82 69

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Forecast for this Evening and
Tomorrow
Cloudy tonight and Sunday, prob probably
ably probably local showers.

As No. 10, iA. C. L., from St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, came Into the yard, just
this side of South Eighth street this
onorning, Engineer 'Estabrook was
unpleasantly surprised to find his
train on the (wrong track. Some
lunkhead had 'left the switch open
and the big engine 914 with six cars
following was anaking straight for
the -work train. (The engineer stuck
to his 3ost and did all lie could to
stop, tbut -the distance 'was so short
that lie couldn't ihelp this engine
smashing into the yard engine on
the line. 'Everybody on No. 10 .was
shook oi p, ibut nobody was hurt.
No. .914' lost its pilot, but revenged
itself toy mashing the front end of
the yard engine. The yard men
scon straightened (things out and No.
10 went on, the engine looking queer
without a pilot, hut able to make
mighty good time.' .'.'"?

A traveling anan representing one
of OcalaV iWholesaler houses says
that every day sees an (improvement
in the financial conditions of the
territory throu gh which he makes
his weekly 'rounds. ;

Let us furnish you clean fresh
seeds direct from the UISiT'S gar gardens
dens gardens for your fall planting. Bitting
& Knight drug store. 9-1 8-tf

The members of the Ocala and
Silver Springs Canal Commission
held a meeting last night and put
matters in shape for the transaction
of business. The members : of the
com mission- are; much. encou raged
over the outlook. They are laying
a good foundation, and are confident
it 'will -be well ibuilt upon in the fu future.
ture. future.

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Mr. iHenman 'Warshauer, -who has
been spending several months an
New York City, returned yesterday
afternoon to take up his position
with the Ocala Pawn, & Loan Com Com-pany.
pany. Com-pany. IMr. Warshauer has a great
imany friends in the city who will -be
glad to see him'ihnmfi ne-ain

'For prompt prescription service,

phone 14. Bitting & 'Knight, drug

gists, r 9-1 8-tf

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At a meeting of the creditors of
the Roess tLumber Company, 'held in
the offices of Referee iMcCIure this
il orning, 'Mr. Emmett IE. Robinson
was chosen trustee. Another -meeting
will be held at some early date
to determine just iwhat course iWiill
'be ipurs'ued in the operation of the
business in the future.

Flower pots and jardiniers In all
sizes at Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf

Mr. AV. A. Yongue of Fairfield is
among the 'business visitors in the
city todpy.. He says that the farm farmers
ers farmers in his section ihave made splen

did crops of peanuts, velvet beans

and corn this year, and that the only

thing that keeps the people from ;be ;be-dng
dng ;be-dng extremely happy and satisfied
with their lot. is the "war talk" and
the fear that calamity an ay overtake
the country.

PRESIDENT WILL NOT PURSUE
EFFORTS FOR PEACE

Washington, Sept. 19. Great
Britain has received no proposal for
peace, either directly or indirectly,
from Qermany or Austria and there therefore
fore therefore has nothing to say on the sub subject.
ject. subject. This was the substance of a mes message
sage message received late last night oy Sir
Cecil Spring-Rice, British Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador here from Sir Edward Grey,
British foreign secretary.
Coincident with the receipt of this
information from Great Britain it
was learned authoritively that Pres President
ident President Wilson had net pursued either
with Great Britain, .France or Russia
the informal suggestion of the Imper Imperial
ial Imperial German Chancellor that "It was
up to the United States to obtain a
statement of peace terms from the
allies."
At the White House the view was
expressed that the president had vir virtually
tually virtually had abandoned the idea of
continuing the Informal peace move movement
ment movement begun ten days ago. He has
decided to await a definite expression
from some of the belligerents, feel feeling
ing feeling it would be inconsistent with
American neutrality to pres3 any of
the belligerents to make overtures.

!PM(0TIECTIM

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

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

Messrs. E.- L. Wartmann, Allison
Wartmann and C. E Melton of Citra
were business visitors to the city today.-
'

Col. Douglas of Dade City and Mr.
Harry Duncan of Tavares were busi business
ness business visitors to the city today.

(Major L. L. Priest and son, IMr.

Chat Priest of Burbank were visitors

to the city today.

Rev. A. L. Prisoc of Fellowship

and Mr. Theopolis Williams of Cot

ton Plant were among the county vis visitors
itors visitors in ithe city today.

Mr. E. K. Nelson passed through
the city yesterday en route to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville from Tampa. ;

Rev. Bunyan Stephens will go to
Blitchton on Monday to conduct a
revival meeting at the Baptist
church. He will he assisted during
the latter ipart of the week by Rev j
Edward 'Henderson, who is now en engaged
gaged engaged In similar .work at (Bradford.
Rev. Stephens will return to Ocala
on Saturday, leaving Rev. Henderson
to close the series of meetings on
Sunday. ;

The sneak thief .we have with us
again. Thursday night, ,Mrs., F.
Ihornpson, on South Second street,
was disturbed 'by a noise, and look looking
ing looking thru the house saw a man dis disappearing
appearing disappearing 'thru the window.' One of
Mrs. Thompson's 'boarders fead just
paidf her for a month's iboard,'. and
she had put the money under her
pillow. On making search, she
found the money was missing, soothe
thief must have sliipped into' her
room and taken 4)he money from.un from.un-der
der from.un-der her head w'hile she was asleep.

'Messrs. W. L. Colbert and ar-

iber Joe" Gray spent Friday an- OKI

ange Lake
ports only
her Joe"
Besides a

they got a
jn the rain

bins:. The former re-

odf rate luck, 'but "Bar-

asuUcibeen interviewed.

ncisome string ot iisn

thoroughly good' soak

storm tnai cameyupon

them rather su

apeniy.

st remnrber we keep Garden.

Farm and' workshop tools and Im Implements.
plements. Implements. Ocala Seed Store. tf

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

PBKIiN 'DUCKS FOR SAIiE ThirtT ThirtT-four
four ThirtT-four fat, young mammoth Pekin
ducks, for eating or breeding pur purposes.
poses. purposes. Apply at 203 'East sEIghth
street. ; 9-16-6t

Prof. A. C. SMaddox, principal of
the Anthony graded school, is in the
city today. tHe is accompanied (by
his two lh right sons, Marshall and
Clarence. The Anthony school 'has
'been open just a iweek and every everything
thing everything Is progressing nicely under the
Frincipalship of 5Ir. iMaddox.

IMr Yealey, an -employee at the
Ocala Heights Dairy, had his right
arm slightly burned this morning.
The iburn was not at all serious tho
pamful.

The kindergarten and primary
school, conducted hy Misses Rowley
and Gates the past two years, will
reopen 'Monday, September 28 th,
1914, 0-4-2 Ot

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

LOST Two pairs of men's trouser;
one gray, one blue; between Gates'
garage over Lime street out of
town andthe 8-mile post on the
Dunnellon hard road; dost Au.
29th. Finder will please return to
Star office. P. H. Pedrick, Dun Dunnellon,
nellon, Dunnellon, Fla. 9-15-Gt
BOARDERS WANTED Rooms with
iboard or table board without rooms
Apply to Mrs. F. R. Kaiser, E. 2nd
street. 9-17-tf.

FOR RENT Three nicely furnished
rooms with all modern conven conveniences.
iences. conveniences. Phone 378. 9-1 9 -tf

STOLEN 'From my yard on South
Orange street, one heifer calf, yel yellow
low yellow and white with black hoofs.
Reward will be given for Its re return
turn return to Hi A. Carruthers. 9-19-3t

Straw For Hat.
The greater part of the straw em employed
ployed employed for making summer bats comes
from Italy. To obtain suitable straw
for this purpose the wheat Is sown as
thickly as possible In order that the
growth of the plant may be Impover Impoverished
ished Impoverished as well as to produce a thin
stalk.
The Italian wheat blooms at the be beginning
ginning beginning of June and Is polled up by
the roots when the grain is half 'de 'developed.
veloped. 'developed. Should It be allowed to re remain
main remain In the ground a longer time the
Btraw would become too brittle for its
purpose.
Uprooted straws to the number of
about five dozen, the size of the com compass
pass compass of the two hands, are firmly tied
together in little sheaves and stowed
away In barns. After that the straw
Is again spread out to catch the heavy
summer dews and to bleach in the sun
When the product has been sufficiently
bleached It is put into small bundles
and classified.
The last step Is to cut it close above
the first Joint from1 the top. when it i
again tied op In small bundles contain
lng sixty stalks each and is then ready
for the market Chicago Herald-

Too Much of a Breakfast.
Even Peacock's generous ideas of
suitable provisions for a breakfast
were surpassed by a London host who
entertained J, L. .Motley. Aug. 3. 1SG7.
Motley writes to his daughter: "1 went
to the last breakfast of the season of
the Phllobiblon society, given by Mr
Turner, a collector of rare books. Be Beginning
ginning Beginning with coffee and tea. we ended
with'sherry, champagne and maraschi maraschino;
no; maraschino; fish, cutlets, rotis: salads, game,
puddings and ice going on meanwhile
in ; regular order. If you asked me
wnaf I 'did 1 can only say I opened
my ears to the" animated and Intellec Intellectual
tual Intellectual conversation and my mouth, not
to eat, bat to gape and gasp and won wonder
der wonder at the prodigious consumption of
victuals at that hour of the day. When
1 reflected that, all tbose people would
lunch at 2 und dine at 8 I bowed my
bead in humiliation, and the fork drop dropped
ped dropped from my nerveless grasp." Lon London
don London Chronicle.

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IL1S ADVISED EVERYONE WHO CAN
to plant and produce something. If you wish to take his
and go right to work, we have 3000 acres of high-grade
and fenced 'MARION COUNTY
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IN THE FAMOUS Anthony and Sugar Hammock Trucking section, i$

lately the property of the Anthony Farms Company. This land is
suitable for early 'vegetables of'all klndsr-but particularly suitable
for peanuts, corn, oats, cantaloupes and watermelons. SEE US
OR WRITE US at once and make an early selection.

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Looking Down From High Places.
Whv do voo feel dddv when von

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look down from the top of the bouse

or even from the upstairs porch? Just
because It's so high, eh? That's true,
but it's only half the answer. You
know, of course, that your power to
keep your balance on your feet de depends
pends depends largely on your vision or sight
Whn you walk in the dark you stum stumble
ble stumble and bump against things because
you are not used to walking without

Replug. It's the same when you are
4way up above the ground and cannot

iee fdmillar things In their familiar
pin res -Your eyes play you tricks,
you seem to lose your balance, and
your bead feels giddy and your steps
are uncertain. If you practice long
enough you can learn to walk without
seeing, but until you have learned that
lesson be careful when you climb to
nigb places. Wisconsin State Journal

Scott Liked Work Pressure.
ScotL who was poet, novelist, tiw
yer. too. would have, been greatest of
all as journalisL Listen to this from
bis journal for Feb 15. 182G: Yester Yester-day
day Yester-day I did not write a line of 'Wood 'Woodstock
stock 'Woodstock Partly. I was a little out of
spirits Partly. I wanted to
wait for some new ideas.
Partly. I was a little too far beyond
the press. I cannot pull well in long
traces, when the draft is too far be
hind rue. I love to have the pres9
thumping, clattering and banging in
my rear It creates the necessity
which almost makes me work best
Needs must when the devil drives."
There is the very spirit of Jour Journalism,
nalism, Journalism, and that devil surely is the
printer's devil! London Standard.

Oo You Know
Most people are fond of good puz puz-itles.
itles. puz-itles. and many are not entirely happy
until the.t have solved them, but the

man who resolves not to. go to bed an,

til he has found a divisor without a
remainder (other than 1 and Itself) for
1.111,111.111,111.111.111 will be able tc
earn a good living afterward as a sleep
Jess wonder, for nobody in the world
yet knows whether that number has a
divisor or not

Songs of a Nation.
Andrew Fletcher, a Scotch writer,
who died in 171 G. wrote to the Marquis
of Montrose, the Earl of Rothes and
others. "I once knew a very wise man
that believed that if a man were per permitted
mitted permitted to make all the ballads of a
nation he need not care who should
make the laws of a nation.
Just remember we Keep garden,
farm and work shop tool3 and imple implements.
ments. implements. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf.

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T H E G LO B E
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tho Irish the most.