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RIGHT WIMG OF GERMANS DRIVEN BACK AND ATTACK FROM
Bordeaux, Sept. 22. Minister of
War CUillerani announced today that
the extreme' right wing of the Ger-
man army had -.-''given- way under the
pressure of the allies. The French
captured their -line of -defense, bring-;
ing a steel wall up against the Ger German
man German center. The allies are making
THE "BATTLE OF TWO RIVERS"
' v it i
The great lattle now raging along
the'Oise and'Aisne rivers will be
known as tho "Battle of Two Riv Rivers."
ers." Rivers." The allies are confident they
will nvin this peat death grapple.
E XII IS NOT YET
Although ;t(ie allies are
constant progress in the conflict,
which is being fought with unparal unparalleled
leled unparalleled fury, the -(battle i3 expected to
continue for Home days. The allies'
left wing diaU arrived at OLassigny,
(ten 'miles west of Moyon.
SISTERS OF:MERCY KILLED BY
:r a shko; 'k'"- .'
Four sisters of mercy caring for
wounded preach and German sol soldiers
diers soldiers yesterday were killed by a
German shell -which exploded in the
Cathedral of Itheims.
DAMAGED HUT. NOT DESTROYED
Reports today are that the famous
'Cathedral of IR-heims, though some somewhat
what somewhat damaged toy the bombardment
FRENCH SE21D BIG GUNS TO THE
, front : :
. ": ' : -.
Heavy gun:j from the Paris forts
were .rushed Uto .it-lie front today to
answer -the iibombardment of the
monster 12-iitch German howitzers.
Tihe allies coiitinued 4he pressure
against the right -wing of the invad invad-ers'.
ers'. invad-ers'. The general 'battle was resum resum-ci
ci resum-ci .with -unabated fury this morning.
The ibig gvmi of the allies will 'be
feed to shell i:he German position' on
the Graonne 'plateau, whidh is a po position
sition position of encrrmous strength.
GEILH GIVING GIIOUX I)
Paris, Sept. 22, 4 -p. m. The Ger Ger-tmans
tmans Ger-tmans have itaien the offensive alon
the whole front today without any
, appreciable -rusults On th right
bank of the ;Oise, the Germans are
giving ground. .,:''.; '.
The Turcon are adding daily ;to
their record cf daring achievements
Late las-t nigit in a costly bayonet
encounter thy broke through the
German lines without .firing more
than a few shots and recaptured and
brought back four field guns the
ONS ALONG AISHE
French had abandoned, the previous
day .They seemed to disdain the
murderous rifle and machine gun
fi re poured into -them refusing to
listen to the officers who. tried -to
keep them under cover.
FIVE FOKTS AT JAROSLAU ILV.VE
FALLEN I5UT EIGHTEEN ABE
Petrograd, Sept. 22.-Five of the
23 torts that surround Jaro'slau have
been shattered, but IS are still hold holding
ing holding out against the terrific fbomo-ard-mentxothe
Russian guns The
bombardment of rzemysl continued
today, j i i r' :
GERMAN SUB.LRINES IN NORTH
SEA GETTING IN THEIR
London, Sept. 22. It is officially
announced that three .British cruis-
ers were sunk in the (North Sea by
German suibmarines. :
REVENUE BILL DOESN'T
M; v.-". ': ;:sUIT'TIIE:'ilEPUBLIOA.NS
Hard Fight Will be 3Iade on the
' -Measure in the House
Washington, Sept: 22 By a strict
party vote the ways and uneans com committee
mittee committee ordered a 'favorable Tefport on
the emergency revenue 'bill. The re republicans
publicans republicans will file a minority report
and fi g h t th e ;m ea su r e d n th e House :
BOIIEN IN BELGIU3I
"Was 4 Sent from Prussia to Aid the
Germans in the West
Ostend, Sept 22.- General Von
Bohen,, the German commander, Who
was sent to reinforce, the western
side of the kaiser's iforces, has estab established
lished established headquarters at Mons.
W ORLD'S LARGEST TAILORS
s ooala; flokida, Tuesday, September 221914
ATTACKS Oil GERIMII HUE OF 110 AVAIL AUSTRIA
PREPARING TO TAKE OFFENSIVE
'Berlin. Sept. 22 (Via umsterdam)
-An official statement today states
that the attacks of the allies on the
German lines are diminishing in
The German offensive
movement is gaining strength at all
points. The Germans have captured
the heights of Graonne and the town
of Nethany, near 'Rheims. The allies
are showing the greatest bravery.
IS A PROVINCE OF THE EMPIRE
Berlin, Sept. 22 '(Via Amsterdam)
The German troops will remain; in
Belgium until the end of the -war, it
is officially announced today. Deny Denying
ing Denying reports of preparations being
made to evacuate 'Brussels and Liege,
the war office stated thai all Belgium
except Antwerp is under German rule
and will remain so.
DETERMINED TO HOLD CRACOWT
t Vienna, Sept. 22. Trleavy rein reinforcements,
forcements, reinforcements, supplies and pmmund pmmund-tion
tion pmmund-tion are 'being rushed to Cracow, tiie
Austrian stronghold in western Gal-
A REAL HERO OF
PEOPLE OF MEXICO CITY WILL
GIVE A GREAT RECEITION
IMexico City, Sept. 22. Plans
have foeen completed tor a monster
reception to General Villa .wnen he
enters the city Thursday 'with ninety
delegates to the convention to choose
a provisional president..
One hundred and thirty' million
'dollars of the new constitutional
currency was .-put into circulation to today.
Eight hundred (Mexican refugees
sailed from Vera Cruz for the United
State today. -'.
ON LAND AND SEA
IN THE FAR EAST
Fighting is Lively Between Germans,
' British and Japs
Pekin, Sept. 22. It is reported
that a iGerman cruiser sunk a Jap Japanese
anese Japanese torpedo 'boat' near Kiao Chau.
There 'has tbeen some severe skirm skirmishes'
ishes' skirmishes' on land with numerous casual casualties.
ties. casualties. . : :.
BREAD AND MEAT
SCARCE IN BERLIN
Paris,' Sept. .'22.- It is. Teporte
that meat is selling for nearly a df 1-
lar a "pound in Berlin. The Jbak
there are making bread with
toes and 'barley.
Gerig ds agent for Nunnallr's fine
OFFTCIAL ANN6UNC1:MENT lOM
NISH OF MORE DISASTERS
) TO AUSTT.IANS
iXish, Sept. 22. The complete de defeat
feat defeat of the Austrian Invaders in offi officially
cially officially announced today.. The Ser Servian
vian Servian and Montenegrin forces today
began a 'bombardment of Sarajevo.
iln a Jbattle with iAustrians near
Krupani, the Servians took 7,000
r prisoners and twelve guns. The Aus-
trians fledln; great "'disorder. The
Austrians Were, also defeated at Sha-
batz with heavy losses.
CITY MAY JIAA'E SURRENDERED
j London; Sept. 22. A dispatch
'from Rome vsays that Servians and
Montenegrins 'have occupied Sara Sarajevo.
jevo. Sarajevo. RUSSIA'S IMMENSE ;
V STEAM ROLLER
Vast Armies of Czar Can't Fail of
Ixmdon.vSept. 22. T'hat Russia
proTmhly Vitain a fewv days will
have 5,000,0,00 'men in the field
while 1,000,000 more will ibe ready
to fill the gps caused 'oy tiie fight fighting
ing fighting on the Austrian frontier is the
burden of another dlspatph from Pe Petrograd.
trograd. Petrograd. lEVen if Germany and Aus Austria
tria Austria are abe to com'bine an' army of
1,000,000 'men ai Cracow as now
stated, th Russians will smash them
with their vast armies.
Have no fuf:l
nch -Declare German Airmen are
Already Out of the Fight
Bordeaux, France, Sept. 22. The
enemy -has lost the valuable scout
service furnished by aeroplanes.
perman prisoners who nave arriv arrived'
ed' arrived' at Troyes state that German avi aviators
ators aviators are no longer flying -because of
the lack of 'fuel.
j French aviators cn the other
hand, are doing useful work. They
rttave destroyed numbers of provision
AIDING THEIR ALLIES
British Landed Considerable Forces
in Laoshan Bay
Tokio, Sept. 22. British troops
to reinforce the Japanese in, their at-
tack on Tsing Tao have' been landed
in 'Laoshan Bay.
U wk mm U mm
BUT SIITEEI DEMOCRATIC SEHATORS VOT-
' ED WITH
OKLAVAHA AilD OTHER FLORIDA RIVERS WILL HAVE TO
WAIT FDR BETTER TIMES FDR IMPROVEMENT
Washington. Sept. 22. Revolting'
against 'party leadership, 16 dem democratic
ocratic democratic senators accomplished the;
overthrow of the rivers and harbors
bill and crowned with victory a fili filibuster
buster filibuster against the measure directed
by Senator Theodore E. Burton of
.The Senate by a vote of 27 to 22,
ended the struggles over the $34, $34,-000,000
000,000 $34,-000,000 bill adopting a motion by
democrat, SenatorUankhead, o! Ala Alabama,'
bama,' Alabama,' to recommit the -bill to the
commerce committee with instruc instructions
tions instructions that it substitute a measure
appropriating a lump sum cf $20, $20,-000,000
000,000 $20,-000,000 to be expended on existing
waterway "projects in the discretion
of.the scretary of war and the -board
of army engineers.
. The collapse of the fight for the'
bill came suddenly after a desperate
attempt to wear down the republican
opposition, led 'by. Senator
and aided iby Senator Kenyan, off
Iowa, whlc-h began last iriday morn-,
Ing and included a thlrty-hcur ses session
sion session ending Saturday night.
Democrats who stood by the bill
until the end were: Bryan, Chamber Chamberlain,
lain, Chamberlain, Fletcher, Kern, Lee of Tennes Tennessee,
see, Tennessee, Overman, Ransdell, Robin&on,
Salisbury, Sheppeard, Shields, Smith
of Maryland, Smith of South Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, Stone, Thornton and Williams.
The bill rejected, when originally
reported from the i commerce com committee,
mittee, committee, carried $53,000,000, but as a
resulUof the long figut begun by
Senator -IB urtoii early in the summer,
bad been reduced -by the committee
to about $34,000,000.
Senator Bankhead delivered an
impassioned speech, appealing to his
democratic colleagues to recommit
,'T believe,' he said, "that this Is j" dent of the Express at Bucharest,
net the time for the United States' Roumania, says: '
to appropriate more money than .can "There has been a widespread
be expended on river and harbor 'popular demand for the retirement
work. Twenty .million dollars, withof the cabinet because of its action
the cioney on hand in the .' treasury In allowing S00 German sailors to
now appropriated ibut unexpended, pass .through Roumania. to Turkey
will ibe ample to carry on ; all the' and, for allowing forty carloads of
projects now under way. ammunition to pass to Turkey.
"It ds the duty of the Senate to! "The king, whqjalone ;has the pow pow-have
have pow-have some reArd for the condition er to dismiss the cabinet, states he
of the treasury Through no fault of cannot ignore the wishes of the fpeo fpeo-Congress,
Congress, fpeo-Congress, conditions have arisen Pie. The general demand is for a
which makes retrenchment impera- new coalition cabinet favorable to
tive. 'We are now preparing to go.tne allies.
out into the highways and byways
and designate, items upon which to
levy an adldtional revenue of $100, $100,-000,000.
000,000. $100,-000,000. No one knows how long it
will be before we are forced to make
In rapid succession Senators LMar-. willing to ha.;e one put Jn) who will
tine, Pomerene and Thompson an- Tent the house for one year, furnlsh furnlsh-nounced
nounced furnlsh-nounced their support of the Bank- ed, should '- communicato with the
head, motion. 'Star office or iF. W. Ditto. 0-21-tf
DIRECT FROM THE MILLS TO YOU
SAVE THE MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT.
Compare Material and Workmanship with others
that cost, you $25 TO $35.
n n r3
1 i 5
-V il 1 1
HAD TO SMILE
AT THREAT OF WIR ELESS MAN
TO FIGHT THE GOVERN-
... .:'-';. 3IENT :'
Washington, sSept. 22. The Mar-
conl station at Slasconset has been
ordered to submit to : government
(be clc0i President 'Griggs of the.
wireless company, is reiorted cs.
saying he intended to fight the order.
When this was reported to Secretary
i of the Naw Daniels. i.Mr. Daniels onlv
Umilei -.and said: "I don't think he.
BLACK SEA FLEET 'V
' OFF THE BCSPIICRUS
It Is to be Hoped It Will do Ilctfcr
than the Baltic Fleet Ten
London, Sept. 22. It is reported
that the Russian Black Sea fleet Is
waiting at the entrance of the Bos Bos-phorus
phorus Bos-phorus ready to pounce upon the
Turkish warships tho moment the
i Ottoman -em oire declares war titx-.ti
ROUMANIANS WANT .THEIR
CABINET' TO RESIGN
I London, Sept. 22. The correspon-
FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED
Any one in Ocala with a well lo located
cated located residence of seven or eight
rooms, with bath on both floors (or
i' 'hi in' iirHH!"l',,.''J,i,"-:'.'"I!l!:,!hii!'Tri:iR'!rH
THE OCAJLA EVEXIXO STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1014
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY, EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
iZ. Bi. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. If. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as second clas3 matter.
Use- year, in advance. . .$5.00
Hz months, in ad ranee.... 2.5.a
mre months, In advance. 1.25
One 5 month, jx advance. . .50
One year, in advance....
Six months, in advance. .
.Three months, in advance.
One moD't, in advance..,
den eral Election November 3, 1914
For United States Senator:
iduixoan u. -fletcher;
For Congressman, 2nd District:
For Commissioner of Agriculture:
W. A. 'McRAE.
For. Justice of Supreme Court:
JT. W. SHACKLEFORD.
. 'iW. !M. ELLIS.
For State Senator, 2 0 th District :
cGIiEXX TERRELL. ; :.(
;-'W. J. CROSBY. 1
i lW. T. HENDERSON. 1
For Tax 'Assessor:
For Tax Coll ecior : , ": ;
,W. L. COLBERT. '"
For .County Treasurer:
"JOHN IM. GRAHAM.
Fori .County. Commissioners; '
- ?i.W. D. CARX. ... ,:, V V;
' i J. T. HUT CHINS. V
.-jf WALTER LUFPMAX. r
, ;"IX. A. FORT.
: 23. R. PYLES. .V ;
For Members School -Board:
G. S. SCOTT.
KB. R. BLITCH. i
IJ. S. GRANTHAM.
fore it is called on,
sidered as "butting
it will be con con-in"
in" con-in" instead of
RATH HICK HAD
REASON TO BRAG
tfut you can't induce any railroad
man to see anything wrong in it.
lAs long as the railroads carry the
brand of conscience indicated by the
foregoing, they may expect the peo people
ple people to be suspicious and hostile, and
they may confidently count on the
public rising up some 'day and con confiscating
fiscating confiscating the entire outfit.
'MUCH BETTER USE
FOR THE MONEY
THE RAILROAD COXSCIEXCE
ffl all-roads of Florida have fatten-
.Wl ill?? nf imnnlvnolltioa OTVrl nn rtffir
-in :tie .South has 'been so completely
"walked .to a frazzle" as Jackson-
villel LMil'Mons of dollars' worth of
concessions h.ave (been granted by
-municipal jauuiorities to the rail-
-roads and the city has received but
"SSttlo in' Return.
Ai$ early as ISod the Jacksonville
city council allowed the old 'Florida,
A f-lo ov4 n,-,ie rrm Tiri
final iy absorbed iby the Florida Cen
tral and Peninsular 'Railroad, and
- later; idj; ine (beaooara, to close up ua.a fby a spreadeagle show at any ex-
eoar,, sjiay ana Julia streets, soutn position.
of Bay, "for. and in consideration of
vone dollar a year."
V Section '15 of the charter of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville does give the power to the
council to give the right of way
susratis'' or through, streets, (but no
rigfh to entirely close any street.
TVlien the Seaboard Air Line .'Rail-
sray; ; wished jto gobble up'-the river!
front from 'Hogan to Broad streets, itj
Mmiflv asked the council for the!
Secretary Rooney, who is one of
the firmest believers in advertising
in the world, commented Monday on
the .work of the commission which is
trying to obtain funds to make an
exhibit at the Panama-Pacific Expo Exposition.
sition. Exposition. Qlr. Rooney thinks the commis commission
sion commission has chosen wisely in deciding
to confine its efforts to a moving pic picture
ture picture show, and believes if good views
are taken of the best portions of the
state, the exh'i-bit will do seme seed.
At the same time, :3Ir. 'Rooney
pointed out how much more good
the money the commission raises will
do if applied in other directions
ror instance, -in securing immigi'a immigi'a-tlon
tlon immigi'a-tlon to Florida. Like the Star, 'he
thinks an exhibit of any 'kind, at a
fair in any imid-northern state, w;here
there are likely to be 'hard-working
people wrho desire to shift their en energies
ergies energies to a more genial clime, will
be .worth much 'more than any show show-that
that show-that can be made at the Pan Pan-American
American Pan-American Exposition, whidh will he
attended fey comparatively few of the
class We desire to call to our state.
Take for instance the (hard-working
Germans, a colony of which has
settled a fewr 'miles north of here.
The Star "does not know how they
were induced to 'come here. .But it is
certain they were first attracted
either .by personal anfiuence or by
some eomparatively obscure adver advertisement
tisement advertisement or descriptive article or
modest, exhibit. It is certain they
were never induced to come to Flor-
Washington Post: 'Representative
Frank Clark, of Florida, never loses
an opportunity to impress .hi3 col colleagues
leagues colleagues in the blouse with the great
resources of his state, the superior
climate, and the big opportunities of offered
fered offered for investment of capital.
Whenever !Mr. Clark is visited by a
constituent, he encourages the latter
to tlk in glowing language of the
greatness of Florida. Recently .Mr.
Clark was conducting about the city
Mr. J. 3. Rooney, secretary of the
Ocala Board of Trade, and the chair
man of the Florida Vegetable Mar
At Congress iHall, Mr. Clark and
his constituent joined a party of
members among whom was Repre
sentative Bathrick "of Ohio. tMr.
'Rooney took the first opportunity to
launch into a "panegyric of his state.
He addressed his conversation partic
ularly to IMr. Bathrick.
-"Now, in Florida we can produce
the finest Irish potatoes in the
world' said QIr, tRoone;.
"Oh, so can I on any farm," re
turned IMr. Bathrick.
"We can raise the finest oranges
in the world," continued tMr. Roon
"So can I on my farm." said- :Mr.
"There Is no grapefruit on earth
that can compare with the grapefruit
raised in Florida." persisted iMr.
"Not any 'better than I can "iaise
on imy farm," aver red air. Bathrick.
IMr. 'Rooney was beginning-to get
nettled. That a member of Congress
from Ohio should insist that he
Could raise on ihis farm the same
quality of tropical fruits that' could
ie (produced in (Florida was amazing
Mr. 'Rooney egan to sputter, and
get angry when iRepresentative Clark
moved ouietlv ud 'behind Mm. and
pulling his coattail, remarked in
"Lay off, 'Rooney, and snut up
-Bathrick' owns one of the. finest
farms in 'Florida."
privilege, and it was granted. The
dtycouncil, if it has the -right to
closo the three streets given to the
Seoil'oard, would have the right to
Wihen the war Is over, said CVIr.
Rooney, there will foe a 'big rush to
this country of European people -who
want, to ibuild homes out from under
the wings of the war eagre. These
will ibe industrious people, tried in
the furnace of war 'people to whom
America's "greatest scarcity will tlook
like prof useness. They jwill ;work
hard and, work -Cheap, and Florida
wants as imany of them as possible.
They will .make the fee st of; farm la labor,
bor, labor, and farm labor Is what the
Florida could .be one of the great-
clostj evenr. street leading to. the St. est corn-raising states an the Union
CANNING CLUB WORK
their duty to assist In making the
fair of 1914 the very foest ever. I
will gladly give assistance in making
up j-our reports u you wm see or
write me. Sincerely your menu,
Caroline H. 'Moorhead,
In Charge of Girls' Canning Clubs of
Ocala," Sept. 21, 1914.
PLANS OF STATE COM3IISSION
INDORSED IN 3HXY PLilCES
Jacksonville, Sept. 22. The pres
ent plan of the Florida State Com
mission which calls for a state build
ing and a "motion picture display of
the products of the state at the Pan
ama-Pacific Exposition is being in indorsed
dorsed indorsed toy the (people of the state.
The :boards of trade of Tampa and
Jacksonville have adopted resolu
tions indorsing the work of the com commission.
mission. commission. Officials of' several other
trade organizations have written the
commission to the effect that their
organization would follow suit.
REVISING THE RULES
All Persons tMay Xow Help Sell the
Editor Star: We 'wish to state
that this commission met on Friday
of iast iweek (Sept. 4th.) and decided
to revise the rules governing the sale
of the Florida iDoHars. 'We enclose
herewith a Copy of the revised rules,
in twhich tho 'principal -points of
chan'ge are as follows:
tAlI persons imay now sell thef coins
are entitled to a commission of 10
per cent., hut the' coins must be sold
for one 'dollar each. (See Rule 6.)
The period of 'time for the sale of
coins has been extended one month
and now runs to (November 30th.
regarding transfer of credit for coins
Yoii rwill please note that each per person
son person who has secured from the sec secretary
retary secretary of this commis'sion .the privi privilege
lege privilege of selling coins is entitled to
lOper cent.-, commission, or ten
cents out of every Florida' Dollar
sod, but kb,e ladles and girls have
the additional inducement of possi possibly
bly possibly winning a prize. (Ste rule 9)
rWe think these rules are improved
and more comprehensive than they
were, and we trust we will have the
hearty support of everyone in mak mak-iag
iag mak-iag the "iFlorida Dollar Contest" a
reat success v
Florida State Commiselon.
? Fall 1914 Fa 19J4
Our Annual Fall Millinery Display will be
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,
September 23, 24 and 25
and we invite the ladies of MarIon and
ritory to call and inspect the line.
all the surrounding ter-
Next to Master3
tr sin ?
" . Ocala, Fla.
(See Rule 8.
Also. see special rule number
Letter to the 3Iembers from (Mrs.
To, the Canning Clum Memhers
Marion County: It will soon e
time for you to send in reports and
essays and in the meantime get sur 'Berlin, Sept. 21. We -have been
exhibits in readiness for the contest having some rainy weather for the
which will take place at the iMrion- past few days. Tho weather 'will
Sumter County Fair In INoverrper. I probably change as soon as autumn
want each club .member to V&ar in is here.
mind that each one 'has a place .to .Mr. (Filbert Olills of Ocala spent
'fill, a. duty to perform toward mak- Sunday shefe with (his parents, air.
ing their exhibit departments one of and "Mrs. Mills.
the ibest ever, and even though great IMr. rr. IM. Phillips Is improving
odds have ibeen against oilf work his property Jby (building two miles of
during 1914, you girls whp (have wire fence. This tract of land will
been loyal to your club wori "have ibe weary valuable f or fa'rmlng tpur tpur-every
every tpur-every reason to feel proud ol even poses. .
the small record you have mad and Qliss -Maud iDavis of Ocala Is the
iMarion county is proud of you.We attractive guest of her aunt,;(Mrs. J.
look f orward, now to the time 'of S&ir W. Allen. ;
WHEW YOU WANT
COME TO US
Ti7 5h. v j
SWEET AND TRUE IN TONE, AND FINELY" MADE
ARE OUR SPLENDID MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. PLACE
ONE IX YOUR HOME. THE PRICE IS IX) W AND THE
PUEASURE YOU "WILL GET OUT OF IT WILL AMPLY
REPAY' Y'Oy FOR THE INVESTMENT. COME IN TODAY.
WE WILL TAKE A POSTTIVE DELIGHT IN DEMONSTRAT DEMONSTRATING
ING DEMONSTRATING THE HIGH QUALITY OF OUR INSTRUMENTS.
A. E. BURNETT
Will soon be here and you will have to consume more electric cur-
j rent 'Why not prepare now by installing
exhibit arrd contest and
one of my club
I trust eaKi
worners iwin ieei ii
if it could till all its corn-bearing
land to the best, advantage. And
Johns river from far out in River Riverside
side Riverside 'to the eastern end of East Jack-
Eonville. the princinal reason why it can't is
orldng upon .weak councilmen because it lacks the intelligent and
industrious class of labor.
It is not out of place to say that
IMr. (Rooney, like a good many other
well posted men, is in doubt that the
sions granted are valued at 'millions J exposition will (be held next year.
of dollars and the city has, received Over half the world is at wrar, and
the! railroads have entirely closed
several streets in Jacksonville Jacksonville-Eire
Eire Jacksonville-Eire ?ts that (belong not to the coun coun-cilTren,
cilTren, coun-cilTren, hut to the city. The conces-
pra(rtically nothing therefor. Dixie.
Railroads, and particularly Flor Florida
ida Florida railroads, ha'v elastic consciences
in -cieaHng with the public. The old
saying that' tpromises are like pie
eouit is not any better 'borne out
Chan by the transportation com companies.
panies. companies. ;
I'ixie has for some years ibeen in insisting
sisting insisting that the promise, of the A.,
' V. fc W., which was allowed to close
Eevijral streets on its pledge to put
up its shops in Jacksonville, be re redeemed.
deemed. redeemed. That was a dozen years
ago, and the shops are yet in Macon.
Jbout the same time, the city
cjouncil of Ocala allowed the Atlantic
Cos ,st Line to close a street, on its
promise to remove its old wooden
dejot from one of the avenues. The
railroad has had the use of the
strjjet' for years, -but it .hasn't moved
. l&ore than that, it is trying to
cfloije i other streets. Every time a
new council is elected in Ocala, the
A llan tic Coast Line makes advances
which shows it ibelieves some mem mem-3eis
3eis mem-3eis of the body can be bought. It
Sitiih't bought any of them yet, but
ah Star has no doubt that it will
, A2orfinue to try.
ikich conduct in an individual or a
private firm would be considered
not' only contemptible but criminal.
there will not he any exhibits and
but scanty attendance from Europe.
The exposition is located away over
on one side of our country, and ibe
tween its "disproixjrtionate location
and the general hard times, the at
tendance is sure to "be slender. The
South American nations are suffer suffering
ing suffering from "the war more than the
United States. It will be wisdom on
the part of the 'directors to post postpone
pone postpone the exposition, and the Star
will not be surprised if they do so.
Board and Rooms.
203 NORTH MAIN ST.
iMiss Sarah Ferguson left last Fri
day morning for Waldo, where she
will teach school.
Miss Annie Lee Hood made a fly
ing trip to Ocala last (Saturday to
have her eyes treated.
IMr. J. 1. B. Hudgens spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon with IMr. T. QI. Phil
irs. S3. J. Lucuuuy rwas xne weeK-
$ru est. of relatives at Evinston
iiRev. E. JM. 'Henderson .will fill his
regular appointment ihere next Sat
urday night and Sunday. Everybody
inVited to attend."
Jllss Floy CMcOully was the week
end kguest of her parents -here.
iMtss iMinnie Lee Carlisle Tislted
friencrs in Blitchton last Saturday
No. O North Main Street OCALA, FLORIDA.
, They are now cheaper and more efficient than ever.
For the same current you are now consuming in carbon lamps
they will give three times the light.
' Come in and let us demonstrate.
EL Wo TOCKS
XO PEACE COXGRESS XOW
were terms used
hy President Wil
son Monday in discussing reports
that he is about to call a world con congress
gress congress in the interests of peace. The
president is worried over the reports
which misrepresent his attitude on
neace. .fearins: they may nullifv his
opportunity to act for peace "when
the proper time comes."
The president told visitors that he
had never -been so foolish as to
dream of calling a world parliament
now for he believes such a step
would be futile.
No doubt that the time will arrive
when the United States will ibe call
ed on to mediate between the con
meting powers, 'out u it moves oe-
Ocala Cash Grocery I
Complete Line of
STAPLE AND JFANCY
TERMS STRICTLY CASD
Come and get our prices u
They are Lower than
If. f. JARVIS, mgr. 1
IS Next to Burnetts Tailor 8
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DR. D. M. ROXEX
Eyesight specialist; office and labora laboratory
tory laboratory 2-6 Gary building. A. specialty
of correcting vision wnere others
fail. v 8-26-tf.
OPEX DXlC" AXD XIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any Iiour. Adv.
Woman (excited and disheveled)-
"Quick!. Givo me a glass of brandy
for a woman In a fit." Druggist
(calmly) "Yes, madam. To drink
now or to take away with you?"
London Cuinion. :
DLVRRHOEA QUICKLY CURCIX
"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. Wk Florence,
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1014
To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity is Our Business.
I Ocala Steam Laundry
BEHAVIOR OF GERMAN
SOL.UIERS IN BRUSSEIXS
Dispatch py International
402-404 S. Main Street
. OCALA, FLORIDA
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Stale, County and Cily Depository
Ostend, Sept. 22. A graphic story
of the taking of (Brussels, the Bel Belgian
gian Belgian capital, by the Germans, was
told today by Alfred -Williams, of
Leeds, England, He said:
"To essay an escape from Brus Brussels,
sels, Brussels, to run straight toward a Ger-
Brewed from the finest selected
Imported Hops and Malt exclusively.
Mawy Petes & Co
man battery, to be fired upon
German patrol, to. find -my path
crossed by an armored train these
are some of the experiences which
befell me on Wednesday eVening.
YMy wife and children went to
England some time ago, and as there
was no business in Brussels, I decid decided
ed decided to ollow. iMy premises and my
villa were all locked up and on Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday afternoon I left the capital
and walked towards Grinhergen,
which lies to -the west of VSlvorde. I
ran into the German column carry carrying
ing carrying munitions and at that moment a
motor car rushed along. Germans
popped up from everywhere .and
challenged the driver to, stop, and in
the confusion' I 'darted into a field on
my right and made towards a Den o-i
"On the way I heard the 'pipJplip
of rifle fire far .beyond the trees, and
then to my astonishment I saw the
flash of artillery from the trees
themselves. This was followed by a
second-flash at another point, and
then continuous flashes. From their
concealment the' artillery were ap apparently
parently apparently being trained to the west of
Villevorde, and I saw an observation
balloon just over the trees. It was
sausage shaped and fitted with wire wireless,
less, wireless, "-'
"I returned towards the road, and
at k hundred yards distance I 'was
called upon to halt by a party of
Germans, who immediately discharg discharged
ed discharged revolvers at me. The 'bullets sang
about me, and in a crouching po position
sition position I reached a cluster of houses.
There the peasants told me that the
fighting was proceeding towards Vil Villevorde,
levorde, Villevorde, and that a mass of German
soldiers, -which I had discovered In
my wanderings in the field,, "were
"I realized that It was impossible
for me to get out; of (Brussels hy that
route and very cautiously I made
my way 'back to the town.. In the
.course of doing so, I had to cross
the railway," andI saw heavily arm arm-sored
sored arm-sored trains rumbleby. There were
two or three steel-plated coaches in
front of the engine and two ibehlnd
and it looked a very formidable ma machine
chine machine indeed. Bags of -sand were
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Miss Mary Affleck will show all the latest
styles in Dress and Tailored Hats, also Exclusive
French Models beginning
Thursday Eveimtg, Sept. 2Mi
Refreshments from 8 to 10:30 o'clock
Showing will continue through Friday 25th.
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Upstairs Rear of Helvcnston's Store
lie Star WSM Nm (Give "Aw
i ttuT) rn
BUT it WILL give each and .EVERY subscriber who pays a year for the Daily Star, a $5 Coupon
Botk, redeemable at its face value by any of the Ocala Business Houses mentioned below, or for a
AVeokly Star subscription a $1.50 book redeemable for that amount. Past due subscriptions, Dai Daily
ly Daily cr Weekly, will get a book for each year paid. r
. The following firms of Ocala will allow you the discounts set opposite their names on all cash pur purchases
chases purchases made when Star Subscription Coupons are presented at' the time of making purchases:
Marion Hardware Company, Hardware .. . : ......... 5 per cent
J. J. Gerig, Drugs (Postoffice drugstore & Annex Drugstore) 5 per cent
Knight & Lang, Wagons, Buggies, etc . . . . .......... 5 per cent
A. E. Burnett,; Jewelry, i .......... .. .. o per cent
E. G. IUvers', Gents Furnishings. ... .... . ........ . 5 per cent
Hayes & Guynn, Dry Goods. ..... ...... . . . ... 5 per cent
Theus-Zacliry Company, Furniture. . . T ... .... ... .10 per cent
A. 31. Lansford, 31usic Dealer. . . . . . . . . .... .10 per cent
Miss Mary Affleck, MUUnery..... ... 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,, :ust what
the; paper has cost you either the Evening Star or Weekly. Star: Suppose your first call, after receiv receiving
ing receiving the coupon book is at the- grocery store, you trade twenty dollars worth, you give the clerk, $19 or
your check, and he will tear out of your book $1 worth of coupons and your bill is paid. vou .have
gotten back a dollar of your subscription money. Your next purchase is at the furniture house, whose
name you see on the back of the coupon ( and you are pleased when you see they .rill'. give 10 per
cent!; discount); -you buy a bedfor $10 $9 in cash and $1 worth of coupons squares you at this place.
Yoi.'ve saved $2 already. Your purchase at the drugstore is $5 $4.75 and a 25c coupon straight straightens?
ens? straightens? you there. Suppose the purchase is only $1 at the next store; 95 cents in cash and a 5 cent
coupon pays it. Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; it would take your entire
$5 coupoii book, but it would save you a FIVE DOLLAR BILL.
:Just keep in mind, when you subscribe for the Star you can Eat your cake and keep it too'
if you take advantage of our; MERCHANTS' CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
paper, come in, pay up'and get a book. If you are not now taking the Evening Star or the Weekly
Star, come in and do it now, and get a coupon book. You can send yor remittance by registered
letter,' check or express money order, and coupon book will be mailed to your address.
Ocala, Florida J
piled against the sides of the coaches
which (were filled with soldiers.
"On the following day I made a
second attempt" to escape fram Brus Brussels,
sels, Brussels, but this time !by a different
road. I was accompanied hy two
friends, and hy great good luck we
if ell in "with a potato merchant, .who
offered us seats in the two carts In
which he 'had just delivered five tons
of potatoes to the capital. (He took
us as 'far as Aascho, and on the road
we pickei up a couple of soldiers
who told us they had esca;:ed frcm
Namur. They were in an exhausted
condition. Of their military equip equipment
ment equipment all they retained .were the
trousers They wore civilian caps
and coats, muoh the worse for wear,
which they had-contrived to 'borrow,
and they had no shirts.
"They declare mat the forts at
OTamur had ibeen betrayed to the ene enemy,
my, enemy, and although we doubted their
statements, .when ve reached Aasche
and entered a tram, there we met
another soldier who also had come
from TS'am-.ir and he repeated the
'From Alos't it was an easy propo
sition to reach Ostend,. and our joy
at beholding the British marines. In
the streets cannot be described..
"When I quitted Brussels the
town was very quiet a .condition
largerly due to the exertions of the
'burgomaster, who posted up notices
everywhere urging the citizens to be
'tranquille 'He also personally
presents itself. ..
"There are only about 3,000 Ger
man troops in the city ,and the newly
governor as never seen In the streets,
hut he has -caused notices to he post posted
ed posted in positions where they cannot be
torn down, to the effect that if the,
troops are interfered with, or if "a
citizen iis guilty of a imisdemeanor
towards the new regime, the most
rigcTous 'penalties will f.be enforced,
not only upon the individual hut up-
on the wrho!e -quarter in which It oc occurs.
curs. occurs. Chairs and tables-in. 'front of
the cafes on the boulevards are pro prohibited,
hibited, prohibited, and no liquor must he sold
after the cafes are closed at nine
"iNews. 'bulletins recording nothing
but victory for the Germans and
nothing ibut disaster and defeat for
the allies, are also posted on the
wralls. In the absence of other sourc-.
es of Information, since the German
occupation, however, the attitude of
the citizens Is one of scepticism.
"The soldiers are 'billeted all over
Brussels, and they move freely
among the .populace, many of -whom
stand and watch them for hours to together.
gether. together. They fave turned the Care
du Nord into stables, and the picture
palace and schools and public build buildings,
ings, buildings, with the exception of the Pal Palais
ais Palais de Justice, into 'barracks. Prac Practically
tically Practically all the food supply is appro appropriated
priated appropriated to them, and the result is a
scarcity of milk, butter, yeast and
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Clerk. Tclephora Operstcr,
emaio member cf your
dde3 to leave Saturday;
to use the Female Help
Situation Wanted Female"
bright end early ths next
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j aiso 'neronaiiy i
wnenever s i o n
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No More Disappointments ;
With my new help
er an 1. additional iiew
machinery I am able
to satisfy you
11 Fort King n
roughly for me hy a friend tfamlliar
with the Canguage, as,
"Where Is my darling,
Where Is my love?
She Is iarj far away,
Shall I ever see her more?
i.But generally speaking their be behavior
havior behavior has been above reproach, and
this Is also true of them on the day
when they occupied the capital. For
four days they were passing thru,
and, although they- appeared to be
fatigued, it .must be remembered
that' they had marched many miles.
They certainly did 'not march thru
with the 'goose-step,', nor were they
Insolent to the citizens, who watched
them as they marched,
"What struck me most of all was
the excellence of their euilaient
and the good physical standard of
the men. Their field kitchens as they
went -by were smoking in
tion o! the meals
pages occurred the citizens gave
them cigarettes and cigar3 and choc chocolate
olate chocolate and they smiled their thanks
for these small gifts.
"Whole companies of soldiers
sang, but in a listless tune, and one
refrain that was very popular, if de depressing
pressing depressing to listen to, was translated
Wh en brief stopL
"That plaintive tune, together
.with the Gearing of the rmen, left
with me the Impression that their
hearts are net in the fighting an
impression strengthened by conver conversation
sation conversation which I afterward.? had. In
company with my linguistic friend
with many of, the kaiser's soldiers.".
PRETTV CORXEK LOT
The pretty corner (two lots) im immediately
mediately immediately west of the new North
Ocala church for sale. Very cheap
for cash. R. R. Carroll. 9-S-tf
OPEN DAY AND XTGn
Merchant's Cafe, A.' C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
cents per pound.
chocolates at 35
A Chicago physician says: "Good
health demands that the xnetuh be
kept closed while asleep." Cases are
tnown where a man's health would be
In better condition if he'd kept hl3
month" closed while awake. Boston
Mr. Raglan J Writes Interesting
. Letter oa This Subject.
Madison Heights, Va. Mr. Chas. A,
Ragland, of this place, writes: "I have
been taking Thed lord's Black-Draught
for indigestion, and other stomach troub troubles;
les; troubles; also colds, and find it to bs the very
best medicine I have ever used,
- After taking Black-Draught for a few
days, I always feci like a new man."
Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pan
in pit of stomach, and a feeling of full fullness
ness fullness after eating, are sure symptoms of
stomach trouble, and should be given the
proper treatment, as your strength and
health depend very largely upon your
food and its digestion.
To get quick, and permanent relief
from these ailments, you should take
a medicine of known curative merit
- Its 75 years cf splendid success, In ther
treatment of just such troubles, proves
the real merit of Thedfordls Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught .Safe, pleasant, gentle ia action,
and without bad after-effects, it is sure
to benefit both young and old. For sale
everywhere Price 25c ilciu.
Advertise In the STAR for results
THE OCALA BVEKING STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1914
Gaellgrove, beth ef that place. The
marriage took place at the residence
of the 'bride's father, Dir." LM. X. Cow Cow-art.
art. Cow-art. Mr. Boatright is amachinist at
the Rentz Lumber Company's mill,
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS'!
arid both he and his bride are quite
(If you have any items for this' department call phone 106)
popular in that community.
Thought for the Bay
'j As the Israelites gathered manna
in the wilderness, gather ye. enough
sunshine in the morning to 'last all
liy. T.he beams will chase away the
Bijam of annoyance left in your fore fore-Ifcad
Ifcad fore-Ifcad '.from the -day (before and keep
buck -the silver from your, hair and
rumove the scar in your 'heart.
LMisses Louise and Loureen Spen Spen-oirr
oirr Spen-oirr ihave returned from a visit to
f l lends in Jacksonville and West
.11 m m
'iMiss Byrd Wartmann arrived
home 'Monday afternoon from her
summer a vacation spent in Tennes
see and Virginia. ;
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:'Mr. and Mrs, R. L. Anderson are
at, 'home again after ten days spent at
Indian Springs, Ga.
IMrs. G. K. Williams and daughter,
ttllss Edith Williams, did not return
Iume yesterday as they first intend
ec, rbut will spend 'another week at
U ike Weir. ; . : -v
TThe ladie3 of the 'Presbyterian
Be wing circle enjoyed a most Charm
tng afternoon with JMiss Bessie !Mc-
Corkle Monday. 'Delightful and re re-fr.hing
fr.hing re-fr.hing ices were served the guests
axtt the afternoon with .Miss Mc-
Corkle was exceedingly pleasant.
'-Mrs. J. K. Dickson and ,r little
daughter Elizabeth, are expected
foome in a few days from their sum
trior s outing spent with relatives
and friends 'in Anderson, S. O.
IMrs. E. T. Hclvenston and Children
,-wiA sarrive (home Thursday (from their
sufiBmers outing spent at Caesar's
(Head, N,rOv During the past ten
days CVIrs. Helvenston has ibeen, the
&us?st -'bir -relatives in Greenville, S.C.
urif of an anticipated visit to other
frelitives in Abbottsville, oh account
of I a prevailing epidemic of fever-in
" -wvuv.'. , : .......
rs. D. E. CMcIver and
His is iWances jftfclver, are now in
Cer York Oity en route thorn e froipf
a ifisit io.iiMrl. IMcIveT's; !bnther,
3Ir, Galet .Mclhtosh, at Meredith (NT.
Jl.U They are expected to arrive" in
lr. C. (II. tDame left this morning
Yor Jacksonville to transact 'business.
5Ie 'will Teturn ihome Thursday and
acc(mipany his -d aughter, IMiss Lois
Daiie, to (Atlanta, w'here she will
emtea vvasnington Keminary for the
wirileir term. :-i -.' --
' QClsses Irma 'Blake and Gladys
'sdhool -duties at the Woman's Col Col-E".ej5T
E".ej5T Col-E".ej5T Tallahassee. At the nlepot they
Join ed a 'party of twenty of Tampa's
most (beautiful "oollege buds," all
5i lonte to our sitate college, -and the
yooiag-'' ladies 'were anticipating a
wonderfully good time as they wav wav-a
a wav-a i?OD-d-bye. to their jfrlends.
IMrs. J. !R. iIoorhead and 'daughter;
DM si; Annie loorhead, left last night
for Tallahassee -where CMiss Moor Moor-Itecw
Itecw Moor-Itecw 1 .wi 1 1 enter the" Woman 's Coll ege
for 'the winter They were accom accompanied
panied accompanied by iMiss Annie Pope Eagle-
CMr. W. Vv iXewsom;"'Jr.7 Iras re relumed
lumed relumed from a two weeks' visit to his
rwlfe who is visiting (her parents,'
3fr. and IMrs. A.; K. Taylor of Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. They spent a if ew -days at
PabCo IB each. 'Mrs. iXewsom will re re-mairi
mairi re-mairi some time in Jacksonville -before
returning to her ihome here.V
fllr. and IMrs. H. B. Smith of
LyutOiburg, Va.V are 'in the city for a
few flays, combining business with
pleaimre. !Mr. Smith is the repre repre-sentsitive
sentsitive repre-sentsitive of a .big Virginia shoe
lion s e and with 'his fbride Is touring
.Florida. .; . ;
CMu. Jim Pyles was accompanied to
Orange Springs yesterday iby his sis sister,
ter, sister, 'Mrs. S. 'M. Lu'mtous and. children
an-d I Dir. John (Batts.-1 The iparty
spent a most, (delightful day) return
late yesterday afternoon.
Blisss Blair Woodrow leaves this
lafteinoon for Jacksonville en route
to Columbia College, Columbia, S.
C. to resume her school duties fori'
tents ontthe sand dune3 near the
spring and with fishing, hathing and
crabbing; life was one blissful pleas
'' i :'.
'.Mr. and 01 rs. James iR. Gioorhead
announce the marriage of their
daughter Lucy t to Mr. H. Arthur
Bavies, IMonday morning, September
21st, at ;ten o'clock, at their resi
dence In this city. The service was
a quiet one and performed in the
presence of only the immediate fam
lly circle, Dr. W. 51. Dodge of the
Presbyterian church pronouncing the
blessing that .made then man and
wife. The snappy couple left imme immediately
diately immediately after the ceremony for Day Day-tona,
tona, Day-tona, and after two weeks, spent
at that pleasant resort and motoring
to places of interest on the East
Coast, they will return to Ocala and
commence housekeeping -in the cot
tage on Tuscawilla street that 'Mr.
avies has ail furnished for the re
ception of his bridei DIrs. Da vies is
the eldest daughter of Dir. and "Mrs
J. R. Moorhead. She .was reared to
young womanhood in this city and is
a most talented young woman. It
will .be of pleasing interest to her
friends to know that thlscity will
continue to he her home. Mr. Da vies
is a popular young 'business man and
came to Ocala several years ago from
England, -accompanied '.by his. father
lie has, 'built up a splendid (busic ess
and through his energy and cordial
disposition has won many friends
and the confidence of. our people.
Through the utmost secrecy these
'marriage plans were whiskered- to
the Dicky ibird last Friday, but their
plans .were for later development.
They changed the date, however, and
now their, friends all over the city
are extending congratulations and
very :best wishes.
The following 'from the Coshocton,
Ohio, Times-tAge, will be of consider considerable
able considerable interest to many of our people,
as the "bride-to-ibe and her parents
were residents of Ocala some years
ago, and .made numerous friends
while here:! -'
'UnnouD cement Is 'being made of
the engagement of Dliss -iEthel Rey
nolds Ueavengood. daughter of Mr.
and 'Mrs. J. iB. Leavengood of Cam--bridge
road, to IHerbert, Steele Smith,
son of .Mrs. John Smith of South
Tenth street. The wedding will take1
place, in the early fall and will be an j
informal 'church wedding at the;
Church : of Christ with only the im im-tmediate
tmediate im-tmediate jfamily in attendance. 'Dliss
iLeavengood has lived in Coshocton
for three or four years' and prior to
that she lived with her parents at
Ocala, Florida, -where she -graduated
from the 'Phi Sigma Business Col College.
lege. College. Dliss Leavengood was employ
e d as 'bookkeeper at the (Buckeye
clothing store and is at present hold holding
ing holding the position of hookkeeper at the
Peoples store where 'her resignation
will take effect in a couple of weeks.
(Miss Leavengood is one of Coshoc Coshocton's
ton's Coshocton's most (beautiful young women
and possesses an unusually attractive
personality. fMr. smith was former
ly employed at the Fountain Dry
Goods Co., and is at present holding
a splendid position with the Edward
Wren Co.,. at Springfield, O., and is
a young man of straightforward 'bus 'business
iness 'business principles. Immediately after
the marriage of 'Miss Leavengood
and EMr. Smith, they willx go to
Springfield uhere a home is already
furnished for their occupancy."
IMajor and -Mrs. CL. T.'Izlar arrived
this afternoon from their pleasant
summer visit x to South Carolina.
Their friends are glad to have them
at home again. J
, Dliss Winnie Igou will arrive in
the city tonight from Jacksonville
for an indefinite visit with her aunt
and uncle, Dir. and DIrs. Sam Jgou.
The .Fanny R. Gary Missionary
Society of the Baptist church will
meet Thursday afternoon at 4
o'clock at the residence of Dlrs. W.
E. Smith. The topic will he, "Church
and College vs. Cathedral and Con
Dlrsy Charles Tydings and sister,
Dliss Annie Davis, are spending to
day at their pretty cottage at North
Pasion Play Broken -Up by the War
Boston, Sept. 5. The enrollment
of all the able-bodied fighting men
in Oberammergau to fight under the
kaiser mill so deplete the dramatis
personae of the famous Passion Play
that it may be many years 'before it
is presented again-
The announcement was .made 'here
by pretty Fraulein Dlayer (Dliss la-
rie Dlayer,) wiho in l&10,;at the last
presentation, took the .role of Mary
- DIIS3 Dlayer is visiting the family
of the ;Rev. W. D. Hoberts. in ast
Boston. She came for a two weeks'
stay. Since leaving her home her
ibrother Paul, another noted actor in
the play has 'been taken to serve in
Wants Job In America
1 She may not return to Oberam Oberammergau,
mergau, Oberammergau, as he rather .wishes to se secure
cure secure a position in the United States
and for ever abandon (her part in the
Fraulein Dlayer possesses the gray
blue eyes accredited -to the Biblical
Diary. Her hair is wavy and colored
like corn silk. She has plump, pink
cheeks, tanned iby the winds of the
"The war has stripped Oberam Oberammergau
mergau Oberammergau of all its fighting men. DIany
of them were the leading actors In
the drama," declared Fraulein Dlay Dlayer.
er. Dlayer. "They have spent a lifetime
learning parts in the play. It would
not'ibe possible to fill their places for
many years to come. It is a matter
of much seculation whether the
play will take place in 19 20, when it
is next due.
Studied from CMIdhood
"I have lieen preparing for the
Passion Play since I was a very
small girl. I took part in 'Esther
and Athalie,' (both adaptations from
Biblical stories, before I was select
ed hy the burgomeister and the com
mittee of sixteen to represent, Mary
Dlagdalen in the Passion Play. Of
course, it Is a great (honor, the great
est an Oberammergau woman can
achieve. .; ';. V
'A m arr ied woma h m a y n o t t ake
part in the play. DIamed women
are the only persons dn Oberammer-
can ten? i may toe mamexiMDeiore
the next presentation comesrr Per-
haps it will not come as usual, for
the .men may not .be there to take the
parts. They may not be spared "by
this cruel war. ; 4'
"All these men fiave grown up in into
to into their parts, just as I toad itb,! The
disciples in the play let -their hair
and (beards grow Toirg."
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; : ' u. d. c. .'
DIckison Chapter, U. D. C, will
hold jnemorial services in memory of
DIrsi Fanny R. Gary. Saturday, Sept. ;
26th, 2:30 p. m., at the residence of
Mrs. ET. L. Carney. The U. C. V".,
the S. C. V. and Fann-y !R. Gary chap chap-ter,
ter, chap-ter, C. of C are invited to attend.
Dir. and Mrs. Dl. G. Davis of Zuber
were in the city shopping this morn morning,
ing, morning, and combining business with,
Dir. and Dlrst C. Y. DIiller, accom
panied by their son, are spending
the day at the famous Salt Springs.
Dir. R. M. Dlosley of DIcIntosh were
combining business and pleasure on
our streets today.
Dir. Wiley Burford who spent the
week-end in Tampa, returned home
yesterday afternoon and left this af
ternoon for his college work at
Dir. and (Mrs. James Badger are
in the city today, combining jbusiness
tJie winter. Miss Woodrow willbe
.'-accaa.iipanied "by. her father as far as
JackEonville, where they will spend
'the night.". v a".
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DIrs. Jake Brown, Dir. and DIrs.
And;r Wiher and son and Dir. and
Dlrsi Lanier have returned home
fraail a two weeks' camping trip at
'.BiUlSpTiJigs.- They pitched .:hei"i
Dir. and DIrs. R. "C. .Camp, who
have been in Eufopeor some time,
arrived a few daj- ago at the Dlanor,
in Asheville, where they will remain
for some time ibefore coming to their
home in this city.
riage at Fort Dr;Coy. Sunday Dir. J
C. Boatright and-ivMrs. Annie L.
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References exchanged. Address "A.
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Dir. Adam Hafper was 'brought up
from Belleview today and placed in
the hospital for treatment.
All patients are doing well.
Our candies are always fresh and
are kept in cool storage cases.
TIs. Ifeti MM Si
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I For prompt prescription ser'ice,
phone 14. Bitting & Knight, drug druggists.
gists. druggists. '9-18-tf
Be sure and .see the South (Bend
iMalleable Range en demonstration
at the Clarion -Hardware Co. thi3
BUILDING IV 310DBRX
air. C. P. dlowell commenced to
day to hull d a modera con'crete and
cement "dipping; vat-on his farm ad-
iQialnsr town. The Tat will be 2
feet (long and will be .used to dip any
kind of -stock on the farm, 'but is he-
lngibutlt especially for tfleef cat t lev.
Advice of 3Irs. Solomon, Jr., to Her
O. "my daughter, there are many
tMngs I would tell thee, and all for
(thin own good. ;. 'Patience may be a
irtue, but 'wait T.t too long for the
man who is slow of proposing, for
verily any child there are others.
The moth flietlr to t&e flame In
playfulness' and the foolish virgin
Takeheed to these truths and
profit thereby. Common sense is
knowing when to ibegin, ibu't it taketh
judgment to know. 'when to stop.
Go not to the sphinr for wisdom,
O my daughter, .nor to the tombs of
the dead, -but go thoa to the quick
.who -may yet relate their experience
for they benefit. It is In truth un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant to ilose your temper, but' it
is folly to lose your love .letters be because
cause because your lawyer tmay need them.
Sit iby any side, O any daughter;
and incline thine ear to ray iwords.
Know thou that Folly Is (but a noisy
maid ;who toothers -us first with her
laughter and then with her -weeping.
Verily, tiny daughter, a "white
blackbird fluttereth 0e fore our vision
only during a "blue cnoon, and a real
helpmeet is1 a rarity. If the wife
were to take as much interest in her
(husband's ibusiness as he takes in hi3
meals, in truth rwould he soon be
come a miliionaire.
Behold the withered flower upon
the bank, 1A few months ago it did
proudly glow aloof from its kind
where it might be better observed,
and now it is but a dry stalk, and I
say ointo you that nine out of ten old
maids were coquettes ten years ago.
Yearn not for the. things which
are beyond thy grasp. Verily society
is made up of two classes, those
who don't want what they have got
and those who want to -belong to
The monkeys of the jungle chatter
shrilly, the as3 brayeth discordantly
and verily I say unto you, O my
daughter, that the less a woman
knows the more gossipy, she is.-
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PRESCRIPT! OX work, we also carry a full line of Toilet
Articles, Stationery, Patent Medicines anil Standard Prepara Preparations..
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T WOULD BE EASY
For Russia to Send ."0,000 3Ien
Around the North Cape to
(Special International tews Service
Petrograd, Russia, Sept. 21. I am
unable as yet to confirm officially the
report of the landing of 250,)00 Rus Russian
sian Russian troops in France, but from what
I know of the magnificent work done
by the military railroad organization
in driving lines to tne Arctic ocean,
the feat appears entirely possible and
It should lbe remembered, too, that
while Archangel is ice-locked a large
part of the year, the new port of
Ekterina, still further north, is' rev-i
er closed, on account of the mellow mellowing
ing mellowing influence of the gulf stream. For
this reason- Russian troops can "be
sent to the west coast of Europe by
this route the whole year around.
A practically (unlimited supply of
men can come around the North Cape
to Norway and thence to Scotch or
English ports, whence they have a
simple (railway run to the channel
and a short passage across to the
scene of fighting. 1
Archangel is about forty-eight
hour's steaming (for England's best
transports from, the "North Cape, 'and
after making the turn here, the run
south to Lieth, Scotland, can be done
in about fifty hours. Five days
'would 'be plenty for a fast troop ship
from Archangel to -Leith.
South -of Archangel' 296 miles 'by
railway is Volgda, tthe junction point
of the Petrograd-Perm line, and an another
other another 304 miles south from Volgda
is 'Moscow. Troops can pour into
Volgda rom three cities (Moscow,
Petrograd and Perm- and the latter
point undoubtedly sees hordes of sea seasoned
soned seasoned Siberian troops going west.
The 'manoeu'ver would take much of
the strain of concentration off the
western railway lines of (Russia.
The total distance from (Moscow,
to Archangel is, 700 miles less hy
200' miles than the distance between
'New York and Chicago.
The Archangel line, ibuilt hy Amer Amer-iican
iican Amer-iican excava'tor, machinery and to a
large extent through country never
'before trod ..by man, was finished in
1S07. : v-; '.'.
Of perhaps even greater import importance
ance importance than LArchangel : is Ekterina,
midway" 'between 'Archangel arid
(North Cape. It is. a landlocked har harbor
bor harbor which has ibeen developed as a
military port and the waters here,
except in the small 'inlets are never
frozen with more than the thinnest
of films. .
l line has 'been proje'eted to run
to iDkterina from a point on the
Archangel- railway. This has 'been
shrouded in secrecy and I cannot say
how (much is completed;. Perhaps it
is in working order. At any rate,
Archangel is open until some time in
'Wihat 'Russia can do in transport
of troops was shown In the Japanese
war, w'hen 'hundreds of thousands
were sent over a single line railway
a distance. of i5,000 miles, or as far
as across the American continent
and 2,000 'miles .further. Then, too,
the iRussian soldier does not demand
the comforts of the fighter "of the
other nations. Undoubtedly a ship
which jwould laocommodate only 2,-
000 men on a run ifrom (England to
South Africa 'would take on board
5,000 for the Arbhangel-Leith. pas
' Safe from Attack (
The passage would be safe 'from
attack for, the Germans would ihave
to go f500 miles from the Kiel 'har
bor besides slipping through the
(British fleet to reach the route taken
by the transports.
The navigation of the LVrctic ocean
in summer is simplified by the twen-
tyfour hours of daylight available.
There are many lighthouses and a
regnlar steamer service has; -been
mainlined for many years 'between
Archangel and Norwegian ports, n
It is quite certain that the trans transport
port transport of 250,000 "Russians from Arch Archangel
angel Archangel to France would not foe nearly
as formidable as England's feat of
sanding 200,000 men to the Boer
PLEASED THE PEOPLE
OF ST. PETERSBURG
Celebration When Firt Tampa and
Gulf Coast Train Arrived in the
St. Petersburg, Serpt. 22 Wilh
fcjr bands playing, the town in gala
attire and everybody cheering, the
first passenger tcain over the new
Tampa and Gulf Coast 'Railroad, just
completed into this city, arrived In
St. Petersburg yesterday bringing
800 invited guests from Tampa and
points ulong the line to this city.
The visitors were met by a crowd of
2,000 people, ;with 200 automobiles,
and a procession formed on Ninth
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Yoir Claies Eii TEi Week :
One six snd
No. 8 Alamiaasx
To Get- this Set ot Mgh Grale -Pure' Memieliii
; .; : Cookiiici Ware Free! :
V The Only Range made with
.. . :
Aluminuni-Fused Rust-lroof Hues.
street, where, the temporary 'depbt is
located. The .parade moved down
Central avenue and then across to
Williams Park where Maj"or J. G.
Bradshaw delivered an address of
'welcome to the visitors. He was
followed 'by Rov. V. Sellers, F. A.
Wood and others who spoke of the
great tbenefit St; Petersburg would
derive from. the entrance of the new
Following the speechmaking a
barbecue was served In the park for
the visitors. Tables were spread
under the trees and barbecued meat
and burgoo were served to the
ATTACK AND COUNTER ATTACK
Sunday Anything, hut a Day of Rest
fcr German and Allied Soldiers'
London; 'Sept. 22. A dispatch
from, Chalons tells as follows cf Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's fighting: v
The Germans continued bombard bombarding
ing bombarding the principle buildings of Rhelma
yesterday and last night. In ad-
rilMnn to (the cathedral .the museum.
the hospitals and the city hall -were,
for the greater part destroyed,
eral inhabitants of the city
killed. ; 1
In spite of the bombardment and
repeated attacks the Germans have
been unable to, take Rheims, which
they evidently "desire so as to obtain
command cf the .rail way leading to
Charleville, Verdun, and Chalons.
The allies even have made several
which their infantry
the terrible storm of shrapnel.
The first rank3 suffered terribly,
but as fast as the men fell others
rushed up' to take their places' and
when the enemies lines were reached
furious hand to 'hand encounters In
which the Germans were forced to
give ground except on the heights
of Brimon, which owing to the over over-iwhelming
iwhelming over-iwhelming fire 'of machine guns" the
Germans recaptured. .
. At the same time the French made
i fe; i m-
Out foar-qairt Alamiaasx
A GREAT :;EAM(SE''
THIS WEEK ONLY ..
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'SuTely. you will miss the opportunity to buy the best range range-made
made range-made and ibe presented -with a $12.00 set of 'High Grade Pure
aluminum Cooking Ware. This is the greatest raiige bargain
rwe have ever been able to offer" our customers.
There is no other range sold as good as the South Bend Mal Malleable.
leable. Malleable. It 'has; patented Aluminum-Fused, Rust-Proof Flues,
so, many other points of advantage over other ranges we have
not tfoom (to mention them, but the expert demonstrator, who
will he afour store all the week, will show them alland you"
iwill agree with ois there is no other range like it in the world.
(Remember, your chance to get the set of Aluminum Cooking
Ware 'with therange ends thi3 week. Don' miss It1 Come at
once. There'will be -useful souvenirs given away. Remember
the date and place. V- 1
a fierce assault on the heights of La La-Pompelle,
Pompelle, La-Pompelle, iiich.they carried, at the
point of the .-bayonet. The struggle
ihere was a desperate one and after
the retirement of the Germans. Tur Tur-cos
cos Tur-cos "were -found dead 'fromy bayonet
wounds -with their liands clasped in
such vice-like grips' around the necks
of antagonists'that they literally had
to be pried "off. .
. Attacks Indescribable
Persons who have returned here
from 'Rhedms say it is difficult to find
.words to describe these attacks and
counter attacks of Infantry and; the
showers of sliot and shell and In a
deluge of rain. The. Germans, they
declare, seem in a desperate hurry
to finish their task and are enraged
at the stubborn resistance of the
French. The invaders,, they say, had
all the -best of the poslticn at the
opening of the battle, hut the situa situation
tion situation now is changed, and the French
have, been able to gain positions on
high grround that will enable them to
flgiht on even term3 and they de declare
clare declare the Germans will never be able
to break their lines at Rheims
New York, Sept. 22. A statement
from the ofce of the vice president
cf the Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.
says that the Norwegian administra administration
tion administration has proclaimed full censorship
over the telegraph In Norway. Mes Messages
sages Messages containing code or cipher, or
news relative to 'Norwegian military
movements will not be admitted.
CIIAMBERLU.VS COLIC, CHOT CHOT-ERA
ERA CHOT-ERA AND DIARRHOEA REITSDY
"I advised the boys when they
enlisted for the Spanish war to take
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy with them, and
have received many thanks for the
advice given," writes J. H. 'Hotigh 'Hotigh-land,
land, 'Hotigh-land, Eldon, Iowa. No person wheth whether
er whether traveling or at home should be
without this great remedy. For sale
by all dealers. Adv
ruiiing Pa a.
iI5RITAIN'S SONG OF liATTLK-
Xondon, Sept. 21. The route to
Ttpperary," that famous. Cld spot In
Ireland famed 'for generations in
song and story the wcrld over, is of
no strategical importance In t the
great war, but it is playing no mean
part these days in upholding u hat
staid military experts call the "mor
ale of the Britith trcops fighting
the Germans 4n France.
"It's a Jong way to Tipperary,"
hds come to 1e the British battle
song In the present, war. It -will go
down in history anil it Is nothing at
all bu a London music hall ditty.
As they go into battle the Ger Germans
mans Germans thunder their "Die Watch Am
Rhein," -the French ,chant their
"Blarseillaiae," sonorous and impres impressive
sive impressive and' the Belgians .fight gallantly
with their heautiful "iBrahanconne
on their ilip3, but the British sing no
"Tommy Atkins" goes into .he
ray shouting an inconsequent vaude vaudeville
ville vaudeville jingle that has in it not a word
about death or valor, glory or pathos.
And lest Americans do not know
the words of this epoch-making
chorus, here they are. fated for some
unfathomed reason to become his historic:'
toric:' historic:' "It's a long way to Tipperary.
1 It's a long way to go;
It's a long way to Tipperary.
'io ine sweeies: gtn a Know;
t arewell Leicester Square,
It's a long, long way to Tipperar
But my heart's right there."
COMMANDER OF THE -','KED
London, Sept.- 22. Rear Admiral
Aaron Ward, U. S. iN., retired, left
yesterday for Falmouth to. meet the
American hospital sh!p, the Red
Cross, -which sailed from New York
eight days ago. Today ne ; advised
Ambassador Page that he was due
Tuesday, but that on account of de-
ay sne yrooaoiy wouia noc. xlocx
THE OCA LA EVENING ST AH, TUESDAY, SKrTEMBER 22, 1014
TROUBLES OF THE TEACHERS
CHAUTAUQUA MUSIC CONTESTS
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; I have moved my store from
South Main street to the sBurnett
building on East Tort King ave ave-nue,:
nue,: ave-nue,: where I shall he pleased to
meet my old as well a-s new pat patrons
rons patrons 'in the future when they are
in noed of anything in the line of
4 New : or Second Hand Furniture
and House Furnishings. I have
now on hand several exceptional
bargains in Second Hand Bed
Room Sets, Oil Stoves and Rock Rockers.
ers. Rockers. I" i
if; M. BOBBITT,
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:J. L. SMOAK
J At. Smoak's Wagon Shop.
H';s tioved his General 'Merchandise
Stock from Main Street, next door
. "$o thi City Mr a ket to the new
St. Georges' Block,
where- he is now located in the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag-
-i J. Jt
-nolia'and South Second Street, where
1- ie will be pleased to see his friends
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theymade and the colony establish established.
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Discuss the (founding, the troubles
and the growth of each permanent
colony established in (a) iXor'th Car Carolina
olina Carolina ; (b ) (South Carolina ; (c) Geor Georgia.
gia. Georgia. Three and one-third credits
each." : r: V
Tell :briefily of the French settle settlements
ments settlements in America, their aim, and
state in outline liappenings that pre prevented
vented prevented a great French Empire on
American soil. Ten credits."
Write in ibrief of the colonists and
colonies just prior to the iRevolution-
ary war in the different sections as
to, (1) social 'home life; (2) educa
tion; (3) religion. Three and one-
third 'credits each.
(a) Describe the last ibattle of the
Revolutionary war; Oh). Tell when
and where the treaty of peace wras
held, and state some of the terms.
Five credits each.
Give a (brief account of the men
and measures that gave Tise of po
litical parties in Washington's first
administration. Ten credits.
Contrast the treatment of the in
sane, debtors, and criminals in the
early days of the republic and the
prison Teforms instituted between
1820 and 1840. Ten credits.
(a) lExplain iwhat is meant by the
spoils system and tell who 'Was the
originator and some of the condi
tions which induced its establish
ment, (b) r Tell, what act practically
abolished it and the conditions
which favored its passage. Five
Relate some conditions that caus
ed the creation of the interstate
commerce commission and state
some of its duties. 'Ten credits.
Tell how 'Florida was acquire! toy
the United States and whVfl it Ibecame
a state, and give in outline, not in
detail, as much of its subsequent
history as 'you know and have time
to write. Ten credits.
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One of these Interesting and Enter Entertaining
taining Entertaining Affairs will be Held in
Ocala Next Spring
It Is well to mention at this time
a feature of the Chautauqua which
is to be held in this city next March,
which bids fair to be one of much in interest
terest interest to this community, as well as
the sourrounding counties, namely,
the musical contest.
The contest will he confined to the
piano this year.
Music has uplifted many a weary
soul; it has broadened many minds;
under its influence mankind has
been spurred on to overcome seem seemingly
ingly seemingly impossible tasks. It has been
recognized that 'beyond all doubt a
taste and love for high. class music
takes an active part in the mould moulding,
ing, moulding, of men and women of real worth.
Who hath no music in his -soul shr
Realizing these facts, Dr. George
Selden Waldo, director of the Chau Chautauqua
tauqua Chautauqua circuit of Florida, of which
this city is a member, has inaugurat inaugurated
ed inaugurated this musical contest at each of
the chautauquas under his manage management.
ment. management. Each city will conduct its own in individual
dividual individual contest. Judges will be se selected
lected selected from among the local well
known, musicians and probably one
from among the celebrated music musicians
ians musicians who will appear on the pro program.
gram. program. '
To the winner of the contest at
each Chautauqua Dr. Waldo will pre present
sent present a handsome gold medal.
Absolutely no partiality will be
shown in the competition for the
medal. The successful contestant
will winvit simply and solely on his
or her merit. It therefore, behooves
each prospective contestant to put in
an active winter's study, especially
upon the piece to be played in the
Conditions of entrance into the
contest will be as follows:
Any white boy or girl of eighteen
years or under, residing in the state
of Florida. ,
Contestants must have at no time
taught piano or been employed as a
Piece must be memorized.
Piece. must be by recognized com composer
poser composer of high grade music;
Xo "ragtime" permitted.
Xo piece shall take over ten min minutes
utes minutes for its rendition.
The piece must he fourth grade or
Contestants will be marked,
among other things, on the -following:
Position, memory, expression, and
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 vill refer the
the name.to the chairman of the
piano contest committee.'
In addition to the above contest,
there "will be another one In decla declamation,
mation, declamation, in which Dr. Waldo will
also award a gold medal to the. win winner.
ner. winner. Details of the declamation con contest
test contest will he given later.
RHEUMATISM PAIXS STOPPED
The first application of Sloan's
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part it penetrates without rubbing
it stops the ( rheumatic pains
around the joints and gives relief
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Prevents infection. Mr. Chas. H,
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recommend it to my friends-as the
best liniment I ever used." Guar Guaranteed.
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Every one has the power of speak speaking
ing speaking with sweet inflection. Every one
can attain a reposeful utterance and
clear enunciation by training the ear
-and voice t' work toge'er in avoid avoiding
ing avoiding harsh :cnes, and cultivating the
.middle and more mellow register In
every voice. Excitement sends It up
to a screaming pitch, but self-control
will lower it again, and its playground
should Jbe through the varying har harmonies
monies harmonies or cadences cf five notes.
L ALEX AM BE 1
Larpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made4 on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.-
The registration book for district
2o. 1, (Ocala), will be open on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each
week from -the 1st Monday in August
till the second Saturday in October,
1914. In all othr districts two days Id
each week from the 1st Monday in
September till the second Saturday in
October. This registration does rot
apply to any person who was a regis registered
tered registered voter prior, to Jan. 1st, lv14
Those who registered this year for the
first time in Marion county, though
they may have voted in the primary
cannot vote in the November electior
unless they register again prior to th
second Saturday In October.
7-2?-6 wks dly D. M. BARCO.
Supervisor Registration Marlon C
Candler, Sept. 21. 01 r. Harry
Baxter returned Saturday from his
annual vacation spent among Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania friends and relatives.
iBailey Gray returned to his home
In Jacksonville Wednesday, after j
spending several weeks as the guest
of his aunt, .Mrs. E. X. DeLong.
(Mrs. Arthur Williams of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, who is visiting her parents,
air. and 'Mrs. A. (MeCJain, spent the
first part bfthe week in Jacksonville.
IMr. (Stewart -returned Saturday)
from South Florida, where he has!
spent (the past several months. j
IMr. J. F. (Nelson came "il own fromj
Ocala for a week end visit to his sis sister,
ter, sister, (Mrs. J. F. (Hall. He was accom accompanied
panied accompanied home fay Mrs., kelson, and
daughter, Edna .Roberts.
TMesdames Holtzolaw'and (Mathews!
spent Tuesday afternoon and even evening
ing evening in Ocala.
If you are ; ever troubled with
aches, pains or-eoreness of the mus muscles,
cles, muscles, you will appreciate the good
qualities of Chamberlain's Liniment.
Many sufferers from rheumatism
and sciatica have used it with the
best results. It is especially valu valuable
able valuable for lumbago and lame :back
For sale by all dealers. Adr
A Great Relief. ,
"Say, old man, you're looking a hun-
Ired per cent better than you did a
Fear ago." "I was worrying about
ny debts theru" "All paid now, eh?
Pso; out they have &rcwn so that I
stnow there is no utc trying to Day
iiem. I tell you if 3 a reat lead of
The kindergarten and Z primary
school, conducted by Misses Rowley
and Gates the past two years, will
reopen Monday, September 28 th,
1914. 9-4-20t j
. M'iml?' ymmM mimmms,
The girl who can daiice
THE CASTLE POLKA
will not be a wall flower
The Castle Polka is Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Castle's latest
, creation ; and it will sweep the country this fall and winter;
just as the Hesitation' did last season.
Let Mr. and Mrs. Castle teach you in your own home
how to dance it They give you personal lessons in two
; pages of pictures and text
You can learn it in an hour or two in your own home, just
as if you were in Castle House, where all fashionable "New
York society will dance it
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Our Sales Agent is
Commercial Bank Block, on
3IaguoIIa Street, West.
mmws MAIL Oil MOUSE "-.
, "Johnny's Place"
AM now in business for myself. Conducting a High. Class re retail
tail retail bar and Mail Order House. I can give you the best there
is, and as much as any one else in -business for your money. Seven Seventeen
teen Seventeen years in the business has taught me what the public wants,
and I am supplying that want.
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Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
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1 In Glass Jugs, Packed in two
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914
SWEDEN AND NORWAY
But in Some Danger and No Little
Fear of Being Drawn Into the
Broadway and 14th Street,
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COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
(Special Despatch 'by the Internation International
al International New Service)
Stockholm, Sept. 22. Of all the
countries of the war mad Europe to to-day,
day, to-day, Sweden and 'Norway are doubt doubt-less
less doubt-less the most free from excitement
and apprehension. They are so situ situated,
ated, situated, geographical ly, that there as
little or no danger of their neutraili neutraili-ty
ty neutraili-ty being violated, and they are in no
international alliances that might
draw them into the titanic conflict
against their 'will.
Still both Sweden and Norway are
keeping watchful eyes on the situa situation
tion situation and are -preparing .for any emer emergency.
gency. emergency. Both have mobilized a part
of their armies.
There is considerable military ac activity
tivity activity all over Sweden, though the
only tplaces I shave had it under close
(personal observation are at Upsala
and Stockholm. Not only are the
sturdy lands tram forces ibeing Mobi Mobilized:
lized: Mobilized: and Included dn the active
ranks, .out the night watch and the
various other miscellaneous iwatches
and. police forces seem to (be includ included
ed included also; the regular military are be being
ing being conveyed 'apparently gratis-
(by train, tram, or boat, to this or
that station, and parties of what
may be either yeomanry out of uni uniform
form uniform or entirely new recruits are
seen marching thru the streets, un under
der under the guidance of a -couple of sol soldiers,
diers, soldiers, with their limited kit in their
hands -ail exactly, in fact, as in St.
Petersburg and neighboring towns
nearly a imonth ago. ''Remounts are
Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick
requests your presence at her
Annual Fall Opening Exhibition
Beginning Monday, September 28th.
Ocala House Block
' M t
Light starts decay even in pure beer.
Any beer in a light bottle is exposed
to danger- of impurity.
should you risk this decay?
should any brewer ask you to?
Schlitz Brown Bottle keeps out light
and protects the purity.
No skunky taste in Schlitz.
See that Crown is
in Brown Bottles
. i V 17 1 M L
The Carmichael & Sons Co.
116 N. Magnolia Street
congregated in .great numbers in
(The newspapers are discreetly
silent as to what this general mobili mobili-zation
zation mobili-zation (which Is admitted) specific specific-aly
aly specific-aly 'purport s,v'but it is plain from
Germany's recent action in Luxem Luxem-berg,
berg, Luxem-berg, Belgium, the Sound, the Belt
and the high seas, that she is fully
resolved to stick at nothing to se secure
cure secure her ends, and that thef Scandi Scandinavian
navian Scandinavian countries must prepare them themselves
selves themselves for all eventualities 'if they
are to maintain a hred of their, an ancient
cient ancient independence. Plehty of Flem Flemish
ish Flemish and Swedish steamers are now
bringing passengers over from Rau-
fmo to Gene and Stockholm. An of
ficial announcement ihas been issued
to. the effect that thenceforward
neither Hussians or Germans would
not be allowed to land in Sweden, ex-
iceipt as guaranteed thru passengers,
and even this on one occasion only;
a number of German psaengers
were thus sent (back to dlauxno.
- ;Xo' Swedes capable of military ser service
vice service are allowed to leave the country
without 'a special permit. When we
in a-(FleinisTi -steamer, of course,
flying the Russian flag came into
Stockholm thru the Aland group,
there 'was no sign of German scouting
'but the very next day came a Ger Ger-man
man Ger-man announcement, published In the
newspapers, that, "the East Sea
(Baltic) has now ibeen found !by Ger Ger-man
man Ger-man cruisers about Aland to ibe free
to neutTal trade as 'far as the Finnish
viks" (i. e., waters or inlets). A
telegram on Friday came to say that
the "Tornea" (the Finnish" steamer)
had turned hack to Stockholm with
her 122 pasengers, 'but that her
Swedish rival had gone on to Ttaumo.
The German consul-general has pub published
lished published a notification in the papers to
the effect that not a sfngle German
port is anywhere (blockaded by any
.A notice has (been placed on the
local Ostanda steamers in English,
French and German, forbidding any
foreigners, to go, on board at all.
Sold'iers with fixed, bayonets are
guarding bridges and other means of
inter-communication. Tourists are
no longer admitted to rsee even the
state apartments of the 'palace. The
king moves uncermoniously about
in his motor; as -usual; only instead
of a plebeian, "squealer" his footman
uses a royal bugle.
State of Ohio; City or Toledo,
Lucus County. ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in
the city of Toledo, county and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will
pay the sum of ONE tHUXDRED
DOULARS for each and every case
of catarrh that canot toe cured by
the use of HALL'S CATARRH
CURE. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscrib subscribed
ed subscribed in my presence, this 6th day 61
December, A. D., 1S86, (Seal)
A. W. Gleason, Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally
nally internally and acts directly upon the
blood and mucous surface of the sys system.
tem. system. Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. adv
- All In the Vision.
' Some people think that everything
in the world is twisted and corrupt,
and that no human being can be
trusted. Others who are wiser feel
very differently about it. As Ruskin
5i.ys: "In all things throughout the
rorld, the men "who look for the
crooked will see the crooked, aiid the
man who looks for the straight will
see the straight."
Let us furnish you clean fresh
seeds direct '-from the BUIST'S gar gardens
dens gardens for your fall planting. Bitting
& Knight drug store. 9-18-tf
ICHowUnvlUAnp) fgFil rSTiXTyv -ZT"
Some prefer Glutton, some prefer Ham,
' Some prefer a nice Slice of Ham,
Some Roasts, Steaks', Chops, some some Fine Sausage Fried
But whatever your choice, 4
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AND AVE KNOW YOU'LL HE SATISFIED.
IF YOU CHOOSE OUU CHOICE MEATS
- If you are thinking or. hcvlng you houso
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DECORATING done be sure to see us before
letting your work out. AVe use nothing but first
-class material and have had
OVER 2i) YEARS EXPERIENCE
We guarantee to give, enre satisfaction.
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SUMMER EXCURSION RATES
VIA. ."- .
sxaS'daud railroad of the south
$37.03 Cincinnati, Ohio.
S4 7.53 Chicago, 111.
$C2.03 Denver; Col.,
830.30 Evansville, Ind.
S35.55 Louisville, Ky.
.$18.30 Marietta, Ga.
$39.05 New York, N. Y.
S39.05 Philadelphia; Pa.
811.80 St. Louis, Mo.
S03.55 San Francisco, Cal.
TICIvETS SOLD DAILY. FINAL LIMIT OCT. 31.
, STOP OVERS ALLOWED
For information and reservations call on A. C. L. Ticket Ageat, or
J. G. KIRKLAND, .Division Passenger Agent,
ine Mananement of DR. McCLAW
PJcdical9 Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building oh Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger quarters, more folly equipped nd will be ma
strictly ethical lines. 1
HUUKbx 9 A. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE
Marion County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 11882. 1 C
. GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,"
First consideration and e3pe&al attention given V raalt tract.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1014
Elks meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Board of Trade Thursday night.
Qloose meet Thursday evening
R. A. M. meet Friday night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
5Mr. 'H. M. Hampton spent ioday in
Jacksonville on legal (business.
Dr. V. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
. BUIST'S fresh garden seeds for
fall planting at Bitting & Knight's
drug to re. 9-18-tf
Mr. Wilbur Cleveland spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday in Tampa the guest of friends.
fMr. Thomas Sexton is rusticating
at (Hampton Springs, going up yes-
'Air.-'Goodwin IMlxon has returned
home after a two weeks' "vacation
spent with friends in Tampa and St.
Petersburg, air. .Mixon also visited
his (parents and old 'home at Willis Willis-ton
ton Willis-ton for a (few days.
The county judge 'has issued mar marriage
riage marriage licenses to IMr. rEddie Houston
and 'Miss Aflsada 'Woodward, to Mr.
Terry Young and iMiss IMae Gran Grantham.
tham. Grantham. ..
The Harrington had two full pages
of arrivals on its register yesterday.
A number were orange growers from
Florida, on their way to
seminar in Gainesville.
Anybody, who wants to help the
King's Daughters in their good work
can find no ibetter time than the
present. A large number of calls for
help have been made to them in the
past few days. :,(
The Western Union Telegraph Co.
has been adding largely to the num number,
ber, number, of its messenger call boxesV It
is putting in twenty-five additional
(boxes, bringing the number in the
city up to sixty-three.
. Rev. E. C. Albertson and wife of
South Lake Weir .were tin the city
today. Ir. lAflbertson is the victim
of 'a venomous insect, supposed to be
a .Mexican chigoe, which has 'burrow 'burrowed
ed 'burrowed into his right 'hand, and 'he came
td Ocala to consult a 'physician. The
ohigoe Is supposed to have come to
$his country in a ibunch of Central
Mr.' J. V." Taryer, assistant auditor
for the Ocala (Northern Railroad Co.,
returned yesterday afternoon from
Chicago, where he has -been for the
past' three weeks with Mrs. Tarver,
who will remain there for several
weeks longer in a private sc.nitarium.
SHELTERING AN IN GRATE
SONG OF THE SHORE
ALL the Time
ELLIS' NEWS DEPOT
P. A. ELLIS, Manager.
ALL THE LATEST MAGAZINES
Next "to Frank's
No. 0 N. Magnolia Street.
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily .by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
Max. Min. R. F.
Sept. 1. 90 69
Sept. 2. ...... .90 69
Sept. 3.. 89 70
Sept. 4 .79 70
Sept. 5 .89 70
Sept. 6. .90 69
Sept. 7 ...87 70
Sept. 8. ... . . .87 68
Sept. 8. ...... ..)2 67 .28
Sept. 10. . . .89 69 .28
Sept. lil.". ... .87 60
Sept. 12. .89 63
Sept. 13... 88 68 .62
Sept. 14. . .89 .64
Sept. 15 ....... 80 67 f.
Sept. 16. ... ... .79 68 .
Sept. 17.. 78 67 .44
Sept. 18 .82 69 .87
Sept. 19 84 70 .87
Sept. 20. ... .84 72 .16
Sept. 21. .' 84 68 ..
Forecast for this Evening
Partly cloudy tonight; Wednesday
local showers, except fair northeast
BEHIND THE BATTLE
LINES OF BRITAIN
Correspondent of a London Paper
Tells of Fearful Scenes of
London, Sept. 22.- A correspond correspondent
ent correspondent of the Times sends the follpwing
despatch "Behind the 'British lines,"
dated Sept. 19:
"The great battle draws to n close.
Exhaustion rather than shot and
shell, 'has wrought a terrible peace
along the river 'banks a peace
which my experiences of the last
few days lead me to fbelieve may be
the herald of victory. That, at least,
is (how 'I read the situation.
"I have seen our troops and the
French go -into -battle these last days,
not as worn and weary men, but as
conquerors. I have seen them re return
turn return woSinded from this valley of
death With the conquering spirit
if anned to fierce fury. Here is a typi typical
cal typical description from the trenches of
the great struggle. .
"We are slowly beating theim back.
We 'have to do fit foot by foot, for
they have (huge guns and their shell
fire is terrific. (But we keep rp egging
away. How? Well, we dig ourselves
in -we British lads have learned
that lesson and then we go on
fighting and fighting until the mo moment'
ment' moment' when we can make a small ad advance.
vance. advance. We crawl -up again and dig
ourselves in, and so on.
" 'At the end, it, of course, comes
to cold steel. -We are all rig'ht there.'
"The scene on the river at night
was magnificent -and appaling be beyond
yond beyond words. The whole valleY was
swept with a blaze, of searchlights
from darkness until dawn. Great
'beams moved up and down, search searching
ing searching the skies and trenches and re revealing
vealing revealing the masked batteries on the
heights tand dark forms laying along
"Here and there a flash revealed
the bursting of a shell. Over all
rolled the perpetual thunder
guns- a fierce and thrilling
4 'An i n ee ssan t rai n too,
the river, making the work
engineers a veritable task of
"This was a battle to the
oynce .of strength in which man and
horse poured out their whole lives
in a few frenzied (moments. Day and
night the combat raged without in intermission,
termission, intermission, ebbing and flowing like
the tide, seething like a cauldron,
and Into the bell strong men went
down. It was a brave sight to! see
them go gayly and light-heartedly, to
return perhaps in a few hours .'brok .'broken
en .'broken for life, or it-may be, never to re return
turn return at all, for the loss was terrible."
. "I was annoyed for over a year by
attacks of .acute indigestion, follow followed
ed followed by constipation," writes Mrs. M.
J. Gallagher, Geneva, X. 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
Sailors Well Protected.
The British coast Is so well pro protected
tected protected with light-houses that if a ship
sailed right around England, Scotland,
and Ireland by night, only, on six oc oc-czz'os
czz'os oc-czz'os would it be where it could
not see the flash of a light-house lantern.
OF THE COUNCIL
An adjourned meeting of the. city
council was held at the city hall at
11 o'clock today. Present, President
Hunter, Aldermen Bennett, Roesa,
Robinson and Smith.
The meeting was held for the offi official
cial official purpose of revising and putting
on final reading the new license or ordinance.
dinance. ordinance. After revision the ordinance
was read and adopted by sections.
The license 'charges are practically
the same as those of the 'past year.
Special attention of the council
was given to the matter of making a
suitable ordinance covering itinerant
merchants who come into the city
for a few days and pay no taxes or
other expenses toward the mainte maintenance
nance maintenance of the city's government. This
ordinance will probably be published
in the near future as general infor information.
mation. information. '
OnnlolibTit?04xncil adjourned to
meet at 10:30 a. m.TMonday. Sep
tember 28 th.
Dr. E. Van Hood of this city
counts among th rnjQtv a lued of his
possessions a batered little bunch of
pamphlets, som.i of which date back
to the Spanish-Baerican war. .'First
among them is a litfj booklet, which
was given to thedoctbr Iby IMiss
Clara Barton, founder of the Ameri American
can American Red Cross, wlien Doctors Hood,
Ducker, Tackett, Sweeney an 1 'Ma 'Ma-bry,
bry, 'Ma-bry, were in charge of the yellow
fever hosptal across the 'bay from
Santiago in 1898 Th ose" were 'sure
Ty stfenuOtlS'days, when the little
'bunch of American physicians were
struggling with more disease and
hardship than three times their
number could handle. 'With the
booklet are various clippings and
mementoes that the doctor will al always
ways always keep to remind him of those
days that truly tried men's souls.
Mr. !M. C. WTelch, distrct foreman
of plant for the Postal Telegraph Telegraph-Cable
Cable Telegraph-Cable Co., with headquarters in At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, spent Monday- afternoon in the
city, leaving last night for Orlando.
Mr. Welch was accompanied by Mr.
W. R. Ivey, division lineman for. the
Postal at Jacksonville, who will re remain'
main' remain' in. the city several days, mak making
ing making some changes in the Postal's call
system., Mr. Ivey is stopping at. the
Postmaster R. F. Rogers will go to
Tallahassee tonight cn business- 'be 'before
fore 'before the state pardoning board,
which will be in session there today
cents per pound.
Once upon a time people wanted
state-wide prohibition of coffee. In
his book, "London in English Litera Literature,"
ture," Literature," Mr. Percy H. Boynton says of
the old coffee houses: "As the num-
ber of them increased, broadsides ap appeared
peared appeared against them. One was entitled,
The Woman's Petition Against Cof Coffee
fee Coffee and it asserted that coffee drink drinking
ing drinking encoursged idling and talkative talkativeness,
ness, talkativeness, and led men to trifle away their
time, scald their chops and spend
their money, all for a little base, black,
thick, nasty, bitter, nauseous puddle
water!" Atlanta Onnitution
Why Is This Thus?
.Every married man knows hoitf
much easier it is for his wife to dis discover
cover discover a hole In his pocket than that
a button Is. missing from his coat. -Exchange.
lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
LOST An onyx and gold bracelet,
set with pearls. Suitable reward
for its return to Star office. 9-21-tf
(LOST (Saturday night, hunting case
gold watch, jXew York Standard.
Initials inside (back, case, '".M. S."
"Return to Star and receive re
ward. ., 9-21-6t
PEKIX DUCKS FOR SALE Thirty Thirty-four
four Thirty-four fat, young mammoth Pekin
ducks, for eating or breeding pur purposes.
poses. purposes. Apply at 203 East Eighth
street. 9-1 6-6 1
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
BOARDERS WANTED Rooms with
board or table board without rooms
Apply to Mrs. F. R. Kaiser, E. 2nd
STOLEN From my yard on iSouth
Orange street, one heifer calf, yel yellow
low yellow and white with black hoofs.
Reward will (be given for its re-
A. A. -T T a
Turn to n. a. Uarruthers. 9-19
FOR REXT-AT nicely furnishei
room with or without board; one
of the teachers preferred. 212
Orange avenue 9-22-6t
Feats of a Strong Man.
Well known In the old buffalo days
of Saskatchewan was Joe Beaupre.
famed a thousand miles as the blgjrest
eer In the north. Joe was not six
feet tall, but he was a broad. dcp.
thick sort of man. with a hand like a
ham and a stomach like .nothing else
in the world. He would eat un entire
boxful of apples ut one sitting and think
nothing of It. Once, havlnj encounter encountered
ed encountered a gentleman who thought be was
some eater. Joe consumed fifty-thre
pounds of buffalo me:t in one day and
topped off with a raw tnrnlp. a six
pound piece of irk. some lard and
two loaves of bread. The best his
competitor could do was thirty-seven
pounds of meat. Beaupre was so strong
he never would fight any man for fear
be should kill him. One day. while
sledding on a narrow trail with an
obstinate borse. he became angered,
struck the horse on the head with his
fist and killed It lie loosened the
harness and threw the dead animal on
one side of the trail. He never really
knew how strong he was. Beaupre
died of rheumatism while still a young
man. Saturday Evening Post.
The Seventh Inning Stretch.
N It Is a simple ceremonial, but im impressive,
pressive, impressive, like all manifestations of the
soul of a multitude. I need only close
my eyes to call up the picture vividly.
It Is a day of brilliant sunshine, and a
great crowd of men Is seated In the
open air, a crowd made up of all con conditions,
ditions, conditions, ages, races, temperaments and
states of mind. The crowd has sat
there an hour or more, while the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon sun has slanted deeper into the
west and the shadows have crept
across greensward and hard baked
clay to the eastern horizon. Then, al
most with a single motion the time
may be somewhere between 4 o'clock
and 5 o'clock this multitude of divers
minds and tempers rises to Its feet
and stands silent, while one might
count twenty perhaps. Nothing Is
said. No high priest intones prayer
for this vast congregation. Neverthe Nevertheless,
less, Nevertheless, the impulse of 10.000 hearts is ob obviously
viously obviously focused Into a single desire.
When you have counted twenty the
crowd sinks back to the benches. A
half minute at most, and the rite Is
over. Simeon Srrunsky In Atlantic
Virtue of Peanuts. .
. The oil of the peanut has a quieting
effect on the pneumogastrlc nerve, the
largest nerve supplying the stomach.
Many nervous persons, who like pea peanuts
nuts peanuts and do not know why, like them
for this reason. They quiet the nerves
of the stomach. These persons should
eat a few fresh roasted peanuts after
each hearty meal, as many nervous
conditions are due to an irritation of
the pneumogastrlc nerve, and the pea
mU oil acts as a sedative to this nerve
Qf course the nuts must be crisp and
well chewed and not too many taken
To get the best sedative effect a hand handful
ful handful of the hot peanuts should be eaten
Just before- retiring. This presup
poses that the powers of elimination
are In good repair. The peanut, a
member of the pulse family. Is nutri nutritious
tious nutritious and would clog the system if
not eaten correctly, as It is almost
equal to meat. Philadelphia Ledger.
Putting It on the Map.
Captain Cook shows in his "Voy "Voyages"
ages" "Voyages" how some, of the mouth filling
place names on maps are evolved.
"Off New Zealand there is an island
called by the natives Matuaro One
of my officers, .having asked a native
the name of that isle, the latter re replied,
plied, replied, Kematuaro, putting the be before
fore before the. name, as is the custom. The
officer, hearing the sound imperfectly,
repeated his question, whereupon the
native repeated his reply, emphasizing
It with the word oela. which means
Indeed. So in the logbook Matuaro
was transformed into 'Kumettiwarro 'Kumettiwarro-wela.
wela. 'Kumettiwarro-wela. London Globe.
He Rivaled Cicero.
. Qulntus Hortensius, the Roman ora orator,
tor, orator, would have come down In history
with great fame, had any of his speech speeches
es speeches been preserved. lie died In the
year 50 B. C. lie was a soldier and
statesman, and his mentality can be
Judged from the fact that he was a
rival of Cicero.
His Future Assured.
"I don't know what to do with that
kid of mine."
MIs he disobedient?"
Xot exactly. But whenever I tell
him to do a thing be wants to debate
the matter a long time"
'He will grow up to be a senator.
To Remedy a Leaking Pen.
If one Is troubled with a leaky foun fountain
tain fountain pen the application of a little
soap to the threads of the screw will
work magic If the pen Is emptied,
thoroughly cleaned, filled and the soap
applied there will be no more trouble
until the pen needs filling again. Ex Exchange.
change. Exchange. Looking Ahead.
Practical Father Has that young
man who wants to marry yon any
money? Romantic Young Lady
Money 1 He gave me a cluster dia diamond
mond diamond ring. Practical Father Yes, 1
know But has he any money left?
He And. Judge, she's lost a lot of
my money playing bridge She Don't
believe him. Judge I don't know a
thing about the game. He ThafB
right. Judge. Cleveland Plain Dealer
: "Your wife Is very fond of dumb anl
-Yes." replied Mr. Meefcton -Sometimes
1 most wish I bad never learned
to talk-Washington Star.
- Some women are wczl: Iqzzhzc ct ills thit arc cemmon
The prescription which Dr. R. V. Pierce ucd vncs successfully in
diseases of women which has stcod Ihe tzzt it nearly "hcJf a century is
Dr. Piercers Favorite Prescription
Take this in liquid cr tablet form a tozlz '1 regulator!
Mrs. Kate D. Richardson, of Beazlcy. Essex Ox, Va., siys, "I esteem it a rleasure to
testify to the wonderful curative qualities or Lr. Picice s Fsvor.te 1'rtscription. Fcr
some years I suffered grtaUy with weakness peculiar to my sex. I as treated by
several physicians but gradually grew worse. One of my friends told me "of the good
results of your Favorite Prescription." 1 went to the drua itore and got a bottle,
and after taking It. with the ''Pleasant Pellets." I commenced to get better. I never
knew what happiness was, for I tas always sick and comrla' -Jsj tad n;Je others as
well as myself unhappy. So you sec whit a debt I owe you!"
Dr.Pierce9 8 Pleasqnt Pellets regulate stomach, liver, bowels
T iM : '"'
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Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
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Havana's Pathetic Little Door.
Thl little door Is one of the en entrances
trances entrances to Lil Casa Bene ficencla. tbe
large and well regulated orphan asy
lun of Havana, The passerby might
easily take it for a coal hole If coal
were generally used In Cuba, for when
th6 door is closed there is nothing to
indicate Its tise. On opening it. how.
ever, one finds a revolving circular
box divided into, three, compartments
It does not need a very vivid imagi
nation to picture the drama that has
been enacted here on miiny occasions.
A woman, her head covered with a
black shawl, her arms holding a bun
die to her breast, hurries along the
narrow street She reaches the little
door. Glancing furtively about to see
that no one Is looking she opens the
door and. shaken by stifled sobs, kisfe
for the last time the baby she is about
to renounce She places the child In
the" circular box. gives It a turn and
hurries on Inside one of the Sisters
of Chdrlty hears the tinkle of a bell
It marks the arrival of, a newcomer In
La Casa Beneflcencia. Rostoa Herald
Tor the making of billiard-balls
flye hundred elephants are needed
every vear," said the famous big-game
hunter In his lectMre on' India. "How
strange," whispered Mrs. Winsome to
the lady who sat next, "that people
can teach such great beasts to do
such delicate work!"
Not a Theatrical' "Fan."
Reuben "Silas don't seem to car
much fer the theater." Hiram "No.
he don't. When I was with him In
New York we went to one o' thfm
continual performances, an' we wasn't
there more'n three or four hours afore
ho got tired."
Trrw-T..nr rt. vrenrs: itmit.v
Bad. bfood, pimple3, headachei,
biliousness, torpid liver, constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, etc., come from indigestion.
Take Po-Do-Lax, the pleasant and
absolutely sure laxative, and you
won't suffer from a deranged stom stomach
ach stomach or other troubles. It will tone
up the liver and purify the "blood.
Use' it regularly and you .will stay
well, have clear complexion and
steady nerves. Get a 50c bottle to today.
day. today. Money back If not satisfied. All
His Kind Heart.
Master of the House, sternly "You.
told my tailor when he came to col collect
lect collect his bill yesterday that I owed you
six months' wages. How came you
to be so Indiscreet?" The Servant
"I meant no harm, sir I only wanted
to console him a bit. sir, 'e seemed
that dowh'earted. sir."
Advertise In the STAR for results.
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. The priceless privilege of European
travel, once secured. Is often under undervalued
valued undervalued by Americans. Lipplncott's
tells of two American girls talking to
gether In Paris: "What shall we do thla
afternoon?" "Let's go to the Louvre."
"Oh, no; I've been there already, end
It's not the sort of place you care to
go to irore than once." The Magasin
do Louvre would doubtless have been
better appreciated by this young
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
Notice Is hereby given that the
j co-partnership of Paul J. Theus and
Robert L. Singleton as co-partners
lately doing business under the firm
name 'and style of Theus-Zachry Co.
is hereby mutual consent dissolved.
Paul J. Theus.
Q-S-tues Robert L. Singleton.
From a Lover of Gocd Books.
"Yes, o you send, me a book
. not a bargain hook bought
from a haberdasher, but a beautiful
book, a book of caress peculiar, dis
tinctive, individual; a bcok that hath
first caught your eye'an vhen pleased
your fancy; written by an author with
a teodv. whim, all right out of his
heart.,- We will read It together in the
gloaming, and when the gathering
dusk doth blur the page,' we'll sit with
hearts too full for speech and think
it over' Dorothy Wordswortn to
DIZZY? BDLIOUS? CONSTIPATED?
Dr. King's. New Life Pills will
cure you, cause a healthy flow of bile
and .rid your stomach and bowels C C-waste,
waste, C-waste, and fermenting 3ody poisons.
They are a tonic to your stomach
and liver and tone the general sys system.
tem. system. First dose will, cure you of
that depressed, dizzy, tilious and
constipated condition. 23c. all drug
gists. ' s tues-thrus-fri-w
His Idea of Music's Use.
He was a lover of music who had
Just been to hear one of the great
operas, and he was expatiating upon
its beauties to an unresponsive friend, -whom
bo observed to yawn. The music
lover ., was hurt. "Look here, John,"
he pretested, "don't you think 'music
Is oCsome", 'practical benefit In life?"
Ob,';yesrt said the unresponsive one.
'Why. judging from the portraits I
have seen of eminent musicians, espe especially
cially especially pianists, I should say that music
Is great to keep the hair from falling
A set of pure aluminum ware giv giv-n,away
n,away giv-n,away wlth each. South Bend -Malleable
ranie thtt you buy-di'.rin the.
i demonstration given by the Ctfarion
Hardware Co. 9-20-6t