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HIT 1ST yOll KLUK'S FORCE IS II!
London, Sept. 30. That both the
lm!cs of Generals Von Kluck and
. y Von Boehn have ;been overwhelmed
J by the allies in a common disaster
y and that they are fighting desperate desperately
ly desperately to escape annihilation Is indicated
in dispatches received here today.
General Von Boehn sent reinforce reinforcements
ments reinforcements to Oen Von Kluck when the
pressure of the allies threatened the
destruction of 'Von Kluek's forces.
A Brussels dlsiatch says the Oer Oer-tmans
tmans Oer-tmans are preparing to. move the ad administrative
ministrative administrative 'headquarters' from
' Brussels to OCamur. If the Germans
fall to hold IXamur, the annihilation
of the western part of their army
. will undoubtedly follow.
PARIS IS WELL PLEASED
Paris, Sept. 30 Unofficial reports
of the allies' victories continue to
come into Paris today causing much
rejoicing. .Allowing the reports last
n i g h t t h at' Gen. Von Kluck's army
was In full .retreat after offering to
surrender with conditions, which
was rejected by the French, it is re reported
ported reported today that the 'French -recaptured
The Clerraan losses are terrific, one
military .expert estimating them at
half a million. 7
The German defense is apparently
weakening all along the line.
SURROUNDED IX THE SOMME
London, Sept 30. 'A Paris dis dispatch
patch dispatch to the iExchange Telegraph
Company says: "It is said 'here that
the .German (right 'has been entirely
broken and is now- 'being pursued by
the allies. All the automobiles in
northern France have been requisi requisi-'oned
'oned requisi-'oned for the purpose of -pursuing.
Arrnored motor cars with mitrail mitrail-es
es mitrail-es also are 'being used to pursue
"The official communication, issa issa-at
at issa-at 3 o'clock yesterday, demon demon-ated
ated demon-ated that the Germans have 'been
rounded in the Somme, depart department,
ment, department, 'the 'French, front extending
'It is stated officially that Peronne
has been captured.
KEYSTONE LOSTTp VOX KLUCK
Paris, 'Sept. 30 ( Official )y-It is an announced
nounced announced that 'the Germans have been
repulsed with heavy losses in the
northeast, hear the Aigle forest.
This position was regarded as the
keystone of Von Kluck's defense.
30 two forts at, tsipg tao
y .'. FRENCH MOVE FORWARD
Paris, Sept. 3 0.- The Germans
have been 'repulsed with heavy loss
at Tracy and Lemont, in northeast-
GS TELLING FROM II ALLIED
era 'France. Violent fighting is in
progress in the Woevre district, the
Frendh advancing despite the fierce
resistance of the Germans. There is
a lull in the center. The French are
driving the Germans east of St.
LL NOT W
GERMANS IIX!) THAT WHIPPING
HALF THE WORLD IS A
''' VEUV LARGE JOB
vRome, 'Sept. 30. Reliable diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic advices from Berlin state that
thet failure of the. (Austrian armies to
resist the Russian advance has forc forced
ed forced Germany to abandon all hopes of
crushing the allies 'before .winter
Preparations for a winter campaign
are 'being .pushed.
It Is learned that 'Germany will
make no further effort to induce' Italy
to alter her (position of neutrality.
TRIEB TO RUN THE BLOCKADE
BUT RAX INTO TjDRPEDO
Milan, Sept. 30. Two Austrian
warships attempted to escape from
Cattaro during a fierce bombardment
from, the 'French 4yesterday. One
was torpedoed and sunk.
PRIZE THEIR PRIflCE
BAVARIANS THINK RUPRECHT
IS WORTH A BIG BATTLE
Xancy, Sept. 30.- It is reported
that Bavarian Prince Ruprecht was
captured by the French at Xomeny.
The Germans are making a vigorous
assault there, hoping to liberate him.
Have you seen the new autographic
kodak? We now have them in stock.
Gerig's a reliable drugstore. 9-29-tf
WORLD'S LARGEST TAILORS
OC ALA, FLA.
OOALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER
SCORES A 1ETEEI1
CHICAGO, SEPT 30. THE REVERSES AXD .SUFFERING
THE ARMY OF GENERAL VOX
GERMAN RIGHT WING IN FRANCE, ANNOUNCED YESTERDAY
EXCIATSIVELY BY THE INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE, WAS
NINETEEN HOURS AHEAD OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.'. AL-
MOST THE IDENTICAL DISPATCH WAS PUBLISHED IN THE
NOON EDITIONS TODAY OF PAPERS TAKING THE ASSOCIAT ASSOCIATED
ED ASSOCIATED PRESS SERVICE.
THIS IS THE THIRD BEAT BY THE INTERNATIONAL NEWS
SERVICE, THE FIRST BEING AX ACCOUNT OF THE FRENCH
GOVERNMENT FLEEING TO BORDEAUX, AND THE SECOND,
ANNOUNCING THE RETREAT OF THE GERMANS FROM THE
OUTSKIRTS OF PARIS.
BERLIN. OWNS UP TO AX INDE INDECISIVE
CISIVE INDECISIVE BATTLE
Berlin Sept. 30 (Via Amsterdam)
(Official) An indecisive -battle
has occurred on the rigiit wing (Von
Kluck's) of the German army in
Siege guns opened fire Tuesday on
the Antwerp fortresses.
AT TSING TAD
BEATEN INTO SILENCE BY THE
Pekin, Sept. 30 The fall of Tsing
Tao today is reported as imminent,
as the result of the. steady 'bombard 'bombardment
ment 'bombardment from land and sea. Two of the
forts 'have been silenced.
I I AVE THE GERMANS HEMMED
London,- Sept. 30. The Japanese
occupied all the high ground outside
Teingtau (seat of government of
German concessions of Klaochow)
overlooking the German main line of
defense, (before noon Olohday, says
a statement given out by the official
to Germans from
Amsterdam, Sept. 30 (Official)
It is announced that .the Antwerp
garrison made several sorties, re repulsing
pulsing repulsing the Germans with heavy
H0UR SEBflP ON ALL
r- f ii f i ii r in
SAILORS OF THE CZAR WON A
RATTLE ON THE SEA
London, Sept. 20. The news of a
Russian naval victory in the Baltic,
In which- a 'Russian cruiser, sank a
German cruiser and two torpedo
boats, 'has lessened somewhat the dis dis-may
may dis-may felt by the" British public over
the destruction of three British cruis
ers off the Hook of 'Holland.
The iRussian armored cruiser Bay Bay-an
an Bay-an encountered the German warships
in the Baltic while they were mine
laying. After a short, spirited en engagement,
gagement, engagement, the Bayan sent the cruiser
and the torpedo 'boats to the bottom
and apparently escaped serious in injury.
jury. injury. The Bayan is a comparatively
small cruiser of 7.SS7 tons, and was
completed in 1910. She is of 21
knots speed and carries an arma armament
ment armament of two eight-inch guns, eight
six-inch guns and smaller 'batteries.
This success of an ally's navy,
while .minor compared to the blow
dealt by the German -submarine, is
important, nevertheless, because it
results in the loss, to Germany of
urgently needed warships, and tends
to maintain the disparity in naval
strength which must foe preserved if
Germany is to be kept in defensive.
PUSH THE FIGHTING
Steady Advance of Montenegrins on
Fortifications of Saraje'o
Cettinje, Sept. 30. iMontenegrlns
captured fortifications (Austrian) In
the vicinity of GorazSa, on the Brina
river southeast of Sairajevo. The
Austrians Seeing in disorder were
pursued hotlly. (Official).
DEXXISOX'3 lunch sets and other
paper novelties at KREGER'S. 924-tf
CARRAIZA'S II WILL MEET VILLA'S I!
HAY AFTER ALL SUCCEED
QUIET III HI MEXICO
Washington, Sept. 30. Ad vices
from Qlexico City and Chihuahua,
Gen. Villa's headquarters, today
brought assurances to the' United
States government that conferences
at Tonreon 'between Villa and repre repre-sentatives
sentatives repre-sentatives of Carranza would prevent
the upheava,l in Qlexico threatened
by Villa's declaration of; Independ
ence and bring peace at last to the
country. It is expected that luecou-ference-
will agree on a new provisional-
president, probably Fernando
IN CHICAGO BLOWN' TO PIECES
Chicago, Sept. 30. A terrific
powder explosion this afternoon. 'blew
Palne's fireworks plant to atoms.
Vice President Thearle and three em-
ployes were killed. It i3 feared that
others are burled, in the ruins. (
ALONG THE LINE
ATTACKS OF -.FRENCH WITHOUT
RESULT AXD AUSTRIA WILL
STOP THE RUSSIAN',
Berlin, Sept.. 30. The allies con continue
tinue continue their attacks In France with without
out without decisive result. The French have
renewed ,the advance about Verdun.
Quiet along center.
Siege guns began bombarding Ant Antwerp
werp Antwerp Tuesday.
Austria is rushing reinforcements
Into Hungary in an attempt to stem
the 'Russian advance.
' Closing out our sheet'-muslc stock
at 10 cents, -per copy, regardless of
cost. Our pianos and all remaining
stock going at unheard of prices.
This store closes Oct. Sth. Hurry if
you went bargains. A. M. Lans Lans-fori.
fori. Lans-fori. 9-26-tf
DIRECT FROM THE MILLS TO YOU
SAVE THE MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT.
Compare Material and Workmanship with others
that cost, you $25 TO $35.
III BUGIIIG il PEBEilT
WORLD SERIES WILL OPEN OCT.
0 IX THE CEXTEXXIAL
' V;, 'city;
Philadelphia, Sept. 30. The first
game of the world's series for the
baseball championship will pen in
Philadelphia on October 9 and 10, to
be followed with two games in Bos Boston
ton Boston on the 12 th and 13 th.
BOTH GERMANS AXD AUSTRIAN'S
FALL BEFORE RUSSIAN'
Petrograd, Sept. 30. The Ger Germans
mans Germans have been repulsed in their at attempts
tempts attempts to cros3 the Xiemen river.
Heavy fighting continues in the Su Su-walki
walki Su-walki district. The Austrians were
defeated 'at Dukla, Galicla, titty miles
southwest of Przemysl. The ''ore ''ore-going
going ''ore-going is official, and unofficially it is
reported that part, of RuzskyV Rus Russian
sian Russian army reached Tarnow and light lighting
ing lighting is-in progress before the own.
AVOES OF THE WOUNDED
Fearful, Suffering of Disabled 3Ien
: on .European Battle Fields
London, Sept. 30. The inability
to take .prompt care o( the sick and
wounded in the field Is manifesting
itself to an alarming degree in the
French and 'English rear.
An American official, who was,
close behind the allies several day??,
within one hundred miles of Paris,
said that he found one hundred sol soldiers
diers soldiers in one emergency camp -who
had been two days without food or
water, and had had, no sign of Surgi Surgical
cal Surgical attention, although some were
badly wounded and their wounds
were foul from neglect.
In other places he found scores of
wounded who had not been picked
up by-ambulance corps.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 30. 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
'BITTING Ell & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
11. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor,
.Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
One year, in advance....
Six months, in advance. .
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance.
One year- in advance
Six months, in advance. .
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance. .
pur department puis in its best 'work
getting our people out. The -Xew
York World truthfully says: "The
tens of thousands of American ref refugees
ugees refugees who have been brought home
from Euroe, after having been car cared
ed cared for and watched over and pro provided
vided provided with funds, do not think that
the state department under Secre
tary Bryan is a joke. 'Most of them
are grateful for the prompt and en energetic
ergetic energetic efforts of, the state depart department
ment department to afford them relief 1n time of
great emergency. The European na nations
tions nations at war, which have committed
- TO FLORIDA GROWERS
The Arcadia Enterprise has the
Vegetable growers thruout Flori Florida
da Florida have every reason to feel encour encouraged
aged encouraged and should not hesitate to go
their full length i. producing the
various crops known to the trucking
interests of the state. The organiza organization
tion organization of the Florida Vegetable Mar
keting Bureau in Jacksonville
Coke Tiry- Ohb of Qui
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General Election November 3, 1914
.For United States Senator:
DUNCAN U. FLETCHER.
For Congressman, 2nd District:
For Commissioner of Agriculture:
W. A. 'McRAE.
For Justice of Supreme Court:
T. W. SHACKLE FORD.
(W. CM. ELLIS.
For State Senator, '20 tlx District:
W. J. CROSBY.
W. T. HENDERSON,
For Tax Assessor:
For Tax Collector:
.W. L. COLBERT.
ZPor County Treasurer:
JOHN QI. GRAHAM.
For 'County Commissioners:
W. D. CARN.
J. T. HUTCHINS.
S. A. FORT.
For Members School Board:
O. S. SCOTT.
; R. BUTCH.
.J. S. GRANTHAM.
the Oklawaha and other necessary
Florida work would have been ena enabled
bled enabled to go on.
HOME CANNED TOMATOES
ARE IN GREAT DEMAND
with building blocks.
Secretary iRooney of the sMarion
County Board of Trade has received
the following from one of Jackson Jacksonville's
ville's Jacksonville's :biggest wholesale grocery
My dear Mr. Rooney: We have
noticed recently your efforts towards
getting your farmers to equip them
selves to can their surplus tomatoes
This 4c iinn rvn rt or? 1 v iho nrnnfir thin?
for them to do, and if they 'will pre
pare their goods properly, put them
tn good marketable condition, we be
lieve that the local wholesalers
would be able to market them to as
good or better advantage than they
could the foreign packed goods.
The local consumer should, do his tnin about 'iness as such-
part towards creating a demand for
the local product. In this way there
is no question but -what the goods
would be 'consumed.
, We wish you much success in your
undertaking along these lines.
Yours very truly;
This is another testimony to the
great importance of the canning club
stumps in the road between
to the care of the state departmenrower ana market.
under Secretary Bryan their Inter! The tew organization, headed :by
ests in the enemies country, do not prominent and influential men of the
treat our Washington diplomacy as a state men wno have the interests of
t rr t l - 11 2 a. x a--
jokc iney nae an intrusted to me the tinkers at heart is going to
state department the duties they are prove an awakening to the vegetable
unable to perform for themselves. It interests and it is to he hoped and
is a poor time for Americans to sneer expected that all growers both large
selves in the movement to bring v
ALL IT WANTS IS
TO RE LET ALONE vigorous market. The success of the
organization means the success of
growers. bence co-operation is the
only thing needful.
The bureau Is getting results now,
Plea for "Business" although in existence less than a
Trfji tTinrva TarMl l a r,na. rvlrl Week, and it is going tO get Still
maid of flftv-seven with a caDacitv greater results wnen us macninerj-
for playing. with facts as a child plays gets in fall .working order. If the X
iihe Columbia btate expresses a
great fundamental truth in the fol-
vegetable srrowers will line ud as one IV
i f a lx a. -- j i n
ular magazine, she is to write for us man tney can quicKiy (remove eerj y
. movement, which is 'being vigorous-
TEither the Austrians are tne My pushed in (Marion county, the ef
worst fighters or the most lied about ficient instructress being supported
soldiers in Europe. not only-toy iDoth county iboards and
the Board of Trade,, but. by the na
Germany is taking her first lesson tional department of agriculture.
in woirld conquest. The world, is ncanning our own 'products is one ot
bigger than Germany thought it was. the greatest' methods of saving yet
deyised, and it will probably spread
The dreaded'. German Zeppelins ,to almost every Florida househpld.
are Toyaging over Belgium, isortn-
orn (France and Poland," tout they do
not seem to toe doing much harm to
nny hut non-comtoatants.
rhstnrlp art A .win a victnrv that 'Will
Business" bv Tarbell is worth put tnem on tne -pmnacie ot inae- r
probably as much as it would toe by pendence, and instead of 'bowing to
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o r v atm or mora .irrHar f. o-rvn, 1 u-n'tor TailTOaUS ana CaiUUllSSlUU t'UlCU o
. I w m a m 1 i I O
is never a good husiness man. All w" ave Tauroaa ana comiuis-
vio oinna fmm Ticrtw rwn r I sion men toowing to them.
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ivipnng, ousiness. success in writing cuuuiuu ui lux: cia xa & Tk R h T f TVT
has been the business of -writing on vegetables cut to 15 or 20 per X O 1 J
well, rather than of knowing any- cent, that As promised 'by J .D. Hock- If llrAA V-f 1 1
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iiflri anflv ETPTipral mnnaffp.r of the South o
'liau I cr - j
Dr. Warren carried his knowledge of em (Express Company, and the prof-
law into the Temple, he .would :nave -w ui xue expitn t-oiujMuj ui
made a million; had Balzac applied agents in as many small towns about
tois information concerning -banking Uhe country, to solicit and take or-
and bankruptcy he could have owned tiers for shipments of vegetables, is
a bank and been saved the constant reason enough to look to the future
fear of getting into the court. When optimistically.
LMiss Tarbell comes to write about The growers have suffered long on
"Business," she will probably tell us account of not being able to set oe-
a great many things that we 'will toe yond the walls of tne commission
unable to deny and unwilling, to he- concerns into the small markets, now
lieve. And there will toe the incon- "undiscovered" terri
elusive end of it. tt-e shipping of vegetables to the
What "Business" needs above all larger markets, overstocking them,
things is a sort of moratorium on tire and neglecting and thereby losing
falls that people in general seem to the smaller markets, tnat tney are
twish to take out of it. iNot since the now ready to get together and stay
old days following the Spanish war together.
BUY ONE OF OUR HANDSOME HEATING STOVES. IT WILL
ORNAMENT YOUR HOME; IT WILL SAVE YOU FUEL; IT WILL
SAVE YOU WORK
WE HAVE SO MANY THAT WE CANNOT GIVE IN PRINT
A GLOWING DESCRIPTION OF THEM ALU WE ONLY IN INVITE
VITE INVITE YOU TO COME AND SEE THEM. YOU WILL FIND JUST
THE ONE YOU WANT.
THINK ABOUT A NEW RANGE TOO. BEFORE YOU COME
HARD W A:
Will soon be hero and you will have to consume more electric cur current.
rent. current. Why not prepare now by installing
"IIXJY A RlLEm
The Orlando (Reporter-Star has
discovered a fly in the ointment, and
In order to boost the price of .?pt-holtfs it up to public gaze as. follows:
ton Editor Adams, of the Zolfo Truth, "The Reporter-Star ds certain that
has gone to wearing sox, Arcadia Congressman Frank Clar"k is right
Enterprise. when he says that the 'buj-a-bale'
movement will amount to approxi
mately little when, it comes to af-
has "Business" had a rest. It has w ltn tne express agenis xnruoux a
hApn narrien dv mucKraKers. Qe-vunn i-aaiut, uiuia iui ucm-
nonnoea nv lesisiatures. oomiuarueu icoo ciiau vuuuau iwco, 4i4. -t-
-. - . .... j. .
'witn advice, scarcely nas it uau acuulU6
day ori in tnese ntteen years 10 at- "uu mc ccuuai uuiau, .iicjr i.a.u 4
tend to its own business in its own 'promptly filled and a wide distribu- y
way. iMen and women and little chil- tion of the !Florida vegetables toe se- v
... .. 1 JI A 11 I J 1 .T n J.T, I
ran have rrvTYiP n 1 rn cr iTvlth MAAlltirUI CUTCd. iVS 1L 15 aiXU Ua. 'UWII, me A
V A tl h WW w w o l t
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mnart 9 ifr m "rpifnrTn" it n "reor- veseiauies are sent 10 iue laise uues
A AAA. kJ Mr A Vik VJ W W w I
ganize" it. to "scientifically manage" where the market is flooded, while A
it. When Steffens was not on its trail, on the other hand, 'the smaller towns
. 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.
Eo Wo TOCECEM
No. 9 North Main Street
: : :
"Among the leaders of the South fording the farmers any real reliefs
African 'forces against the Germans Bven if the movement should result
on that continent is General Botha, in taking a million bales off the mar-
-aiio gave the British a lot of trou- et that would not affect the price to
W.d in their war against the Trans- any appreciable extent, when the
-vual a dozen years ago. i ne irixi!n Lcrop of the United States is some
have made friends of nearly all their sixteen or seventeen million bales.
during that 'momentous eut there is no -prospect that a mil
lion fbales will be toought, though the
sum total onay reach as mueh as a
In the report of the Board or hundred thousand. Those tousiness
Trade work printed yesterday, an houses of the north that are making
error occurred in the (paragraph a grand stand display of touj-ing a
speaking of the meeting to cooperate ale or a thousand bales are using it
tsrath the ieople ot Aiacnua agaiusi for 'publicity purposes ana win get a
the division of their county. Drop- thousand or ten thousand dollars
ping out a couple of words caused worth of free advertising from it,
the sentence to read that the meet- and incidentally, all who are buying
liig was for division instead of at ten cents a (pound will probably
against. vAs almost everyooay, now- he atole to sell in a year's time at nt-
ever knows, what the meeting was Ueen cents, so it is a good investment
for, the error makes little difference. hn addition to being good publicity.
it was toeing Tarbellized, or iBran- cannot get vegetables.
deised! "Business" has had a hard The express company, of course,
row to hoe tout it does not seeni to expects to get increased tousiness on
have occurred to many (people that the part of their agents, and toy the
what EBusiness" has needed most of cutting of express rates on vege vege-all
all vege-all was a little corner in the back of- tables. The vegetable tousiness is a
flee where it could sit down and large one last season about 25,000
think out the. facts on its ledger in carloads were shipped out of the
its own way. state. This does not include the pro-
We understand that Qliss Tarbell duce shipped toy express, a' large item
The Star has received a cordial
Invitation from the Gainesville 'Sun
to attend the (Alachua County Fair,
wTiiiVh hp lheld in Gainesville a
week before our fair is toeid in Ocala.
The Star will accept the invitation,
PIGEON ENGLISH, PERHAPS
A dispatch from St. Augustine
. 1. A
says: A.camer pigeon caugut xiere
this morning carried this message in
a cylinder attached to its leg: 'Sep
made up of many small shipments of
a few packages.
Shipping vegetables -by express
has the strong point of getting the
produce to market quicker and in
(better condition, and while the rate
is higher, it oftimes is more than
worth the difference. iBut "the -main
"benefit from the express company's
move to benefit the vegetable grower
is that the agents, if they display any
cruit his genius, whatever it is, with activity, will maintain a .more con-
their work; if he can not, rest assur- stant demand for vegetables from all
pri that there will toe more of real over the Southern Express Corn-
suffering in the work room than in pany's lines.
is now going to write of "Business"
from the point of view of the man
who practices the "Golden Itule" In
commerce ana inaustry. formerly
she wrote of the men who worshipped
the "Golden Calf." -But the "Golden
Rule" in "Business" is largely de
pendent on whether or not the raian
who is bossing the job can make his
enterprise "go"; if 'he can, there is
generally joy among those who re-
the private office.
ISAAK WAS NOTHING EXTRA
1 O J 1 Q.I A Off (TT'lnrlrtn onnst
?r if nc. TIia Rrar 'hones lcmuci '" v
, . s I Just sunk .two British ships. Cer. B.
IQtot as many ot our peopie as pux- -
w., .ni otr.. tio ibchiva. fair .and iweive ieie.
-I.!.: ;l ; Z::,: Pretty good English for a German
sltole will attend the Marion-Sumter J pigeon.
Tair. -By comparing exhibits, not in
s The nomination or Governor
observation, the people of all three Glynn toy the democrats and TMstric
ccranties can find both pleasure and Attorney Whitman toy the republicans
profit. I ior governor oi .uvbw aib. luauico
hard fig'ht for election in tnat state.
The Star has received the Con- iiynn succeeaea ouizei uu
ressional iRecord of Sept. 21, con- latter was unjustly 'put out 01 omce.
talninT the speech of Senator net- -tie isa ciean man auu ;uas uo rt
cher on the river and harbor bill, in good governor, and the only tiling to
Uie course of which toe explained the toe said against him is that toe is un-
imnrnvmpTit and der Tammany influence. Whitman
jJ-A AA -IX J 1. N XVAIX1AAXLAF v I W
defended it asrainst the charge ad- has made a record by his prosecu
vanced toy Burton and Kenyon of be- tion of criminals. -He is a
a "pork barrel" job. Mr. Fletcher man and iopular with the independ-
At present the truckers are gel-
ting their seed beds ready for the
new crops. Shipments toegin in No
vember and December, and are heav-
I a. t ,1 ;T"t
Times-Union: The Palm Seacn w jauuarj- aaa xeiruar). r jw-
Sun speaks of citizens of 'Florida "of Ja's principal vegetable crops are
the Ike Walton class." Now isn't this tomatoes, celery, lettuce, potr.tos
bit too much? A Florida fisher- and strawberries, with many other
I i-t xi i j a J
man could refuse to use, even forPjes mai can ue raieu auu
bait, the minnows Walton gloried in are raised each year In increasing
1 . .ill..
catching and eating with gusto aumuers auu quaumj.
gudgeons and dace as long as your To the strawberry grower the new
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finger were wonders to old Isaak, movement ana xne reaucea rates win
and a salmon looked like a whale, prove 'particularly valuable, as most
Sunoose some of 'tho.e who talk of the strawberries shipped out of
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nhruTT .him so munh would read some- Lne state go d express.
tlllllg l Lid L a W CKir LIU liuiiuu t x vt.
ent voter. The progressives will
probably poll a good many votes, tout
not enough "to elect their man. New
York is normally a democratic state,
and if anything beats the democrats
made a convincing argument and
liad the facts to back it. There was
no disproving nor disputing what i
naid, but Burton, Kenyon, et. als.,
S'.d not want to be informed or con-
viiieed. They wanted to kill the ap- this year it will be dislike for Tam-
inopriation because there was noth- many
Tng in it for them. If other demo-
i ? n conotniK: hart -ctrwl hv Fletcher The state deoartments of some
V A. ti. tiU OVA.AJA.IA-r.A I
and Bryan as faithfully as those other toig nations seem intended to
-vntimATi ctnnri fov their -oledges, get their people into trouble, tout
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
. and Safes.
V r J
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling In
Qualitj or Price
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
OUGHT TO FIND Tampa Times: The Hillsborough
FAVOR EVERYWHERE I high school Is the largest in point of
. I Aif I n r In V r of of A I f c? fto rl tl vcs
Sarasota Sun: J. D. Rooney, tne ailcuuac b0
livp. spjearv of the Ocala UJoara or A11liV-1'
Trade, is now promoting a vegetable nas the champion high school foot-
marketing: bureau which should find '"an am
favor everywhere.. We are ia re
ceipt of a copy of the- constitution J. D. Rooney, secretary of the
adopted at Jacksonville and the fol- Ocala Board of Trade, has conceived
lowing letter explanatory of the l novel idea which we toelieve is a
same. The vexed question of mark- good one, and that is to have a chain
eting vegetables so vas to secure for of fairs in the different counties of
the farmer his share of the returns the state. By such arrangements ex-
will never toe solved unless such or- hibitors could exhibit their exhibits
ganizations as the above gain enough in every part of the state nd a num-
strength to be effective. If Marion ber of fairs following one another
county makes a success of this organ- would attract a higher and' better
izatinn thp -whole state will bp .much clas3 of amusements than a single
richer in consequence. county fair. Wauchula Advocate
ROOM AND RATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF
Completely Renovated and New Management
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND. A HALF
Star Want Ads. Brin Results
THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. SO. 191 1
I5XI of waiiliki: KUKTHRKN
Mikity fiemian Nation in Fighting
as One Man
(Special Dispatch by the Internation International
al International News Service)
London, Sept. 30. -Perhaps one of
the most remarkable experiences of
the war is related by A. J; Da'.ve, of
Oxford University, who was on the
continent at the time the war began,
and succeeded in making his way
through the Germair lines. 'Daws
tells this story:
"Before I left lEngland about a
fortnight ago, I remember that the
newspapers seemed to be laboring
under the Impression that the heart
of the German rank and file .was not
in this fight. The great an enlight enlightened
ened enlightened erman people, we were told,
had no stomach for this business of
war; the war was engineered by a
Chauvinist bureaucracy; the German
people were being driven to arms un unwillingly
willingly unwillingly and for a purpose they
could not understand.
"A people who go seriously towar
should have no delusions. And 'by
this time I presume we have cleared
our minds of the idea that the Ger Germans
mans Germans as a nation have no desire for
the war. For a few hours I was in
Aix-la-Chapelle and had the oppor-
gauging the opinion and
temper of the German civic popula population
tion population and the German press.
"In my mind, there is now no
shadow of doubt that in fighting
Germany we are uj against the soft softest
est softest proposition that has ever con confronted
fronted confronted us. Without that great dan danger
ger danger cloud in the North the Russian
masses there could be no Iwo opin opinions
ions opinions as to the final outcome cn land.
Let us without passion or prejudice
look for a moment at the facts
through plain glass. The Germans
are a military nation; they have mili militarism
tarism militarism in their blood, and they are
proud of it. As a German soldier said
to me last 'Friday in Lcuvain: 'We
are all soldiers.'
"They are soldiers to a man. And
one should say to. a woman. J was
much impressed upon my arrival in
Aix-la-Chapelle on Saturday morning
to see the demeanor of the German
adies who met our troop train with
provisions for the German soldiers
and the wounded. Directly the train
stopped these ladies fine, calm,
courageous women came up and
gave to every soldier a packet of
sandwiches and a cup of hot coffee.
There was no disorder, no u&dici u&dici-p!inel
p!inel u&dici-p!inel rush of kindness, German pa
triotism is trained, organized, swift
to the practical result. Within three
minutes every soldier was having his
"An hour or two before the occu occupation
pation occupation of Brussels, T was told that
the Germans were coming to the city
because they were starvin;
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three hours that same afternoon I
stool outside the Gare du Xord and
watched the German army pass, on
through. They were not starving.
Never have I seen a more ominously
sight. Every man in that enormous
mass seemed healthy, fit and well fed.
The German officers understand their
men perfectly. The men are given
plenty to eat and they are given it
with strict regularity. ; On the sta station
tion station platform at iLouvain 1 had lunch
with a party of German soldiers.
Each 'man was given a can of thick,
meaty soup. To me who had eaten
nothing but a little chocolate 'bread
and some sour pears for thirty-six
hours, this soup was as good as the
manna from ;Heaven. To one of my
hosts I said that I was lucky to come
across them on a 'meat day for I
understood 'that meat was served out
only every third day. But I was
qiuckly informed that German sold soldiers
iers soldiers had .meat every day.
"To go into the station at :Eou :Eou-vain
vain :Eou-vain at lunch time (this was Friday
last) -was like a transition from Hell
to 'Heaven. Outside I and my friend
had traversed streets in which the
devil's work was being wrought.
Burning, looting, shooting were go going
ing going on everywhere. The Germans
were cheerfully destroying the Whole
place with the exception always of
the (Hotel de Ville. Their calm de deliberation
liberation deliberation imade a contrast with their
work of destruction that was almost
theatrical in the impression it left on
the mind. The officers seemed to
make a picture more like a military
entourage at a fashionable race meet meeting.
ing. meeting. They were well-groomed, shav shaven,
en, shaven, manicured and completely calm
as they drove about the 'burning
streets in their cars. These people
are not 'iHuns' or 'Barbarians' out outwardly
wardly outwardly at any rate. ;To us they were
altogether charming. To converse
with them was an elegant intellectu intellectual
al intellectual pleasure.-
MBut around lay the dead and the
dying, the burned, the burning. In
a side street on the outskirts of the
town I saw a few women and children
walking over the dead and charred
foodies of the men they were carry
ing a tin can and looking for water.
German soldiers emphatcally im impressed
pressed impressed upon me the fact that the
women and chldren had been saved.
I saw the firing of Cortenberg and
I saw first the women and children
herded up and set aside. I do not
believe that the men would have
been massacred had not the soldiers
at least believed that they offered
armed resistance. There can, of
course, be no doubt thatXLouvain .of .offered
fered .offered considerable resistance. The
civic population led 'by the mayor and
Belgian officers, worked -machine guns
upon the German trains as they ap approached
proached approached the station. And the
church of St. Pierre, which overlooks
the station was turned to a veritable
fort. The civilists fired unon the in
coming troop trains from the win windows
dows windows and from 'behind the buttresses.
"To sum up: There is left upon
my mind an impression of the won wonderful
derful wonderful efficiency and the complete en-
1 thusiasm of the German army. Em
bossed upon the belts of the German
-soldiers is the legend -"Gott mit
uns" (God with us.) They helieve
it. They are a virile and believing
nationsuch people make a terrible
enemy. There is no place in the 'Ger 'German
man 'German mind for a cynicism which some sometimes
times sometimes in older nations makes peo people
ple people wonder whether the struggle be between
tween between national groups is good in the
ing lbaa ekidnof i
ing like a band of brothers. In time
of war the relations between class
and -class, "between officer and man in
3 a sr.
GEORGE MACKAY. President
J. E. CH ACE. VICE PRESIDENT
J. D. ROONEY. SECRETARY
G. J. BLITCH. TREASURER
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R. 5. ROGERS
a. c. cces
J. L. EPWARCS
- 9cala, Jlorte, January 1914
Citizens of Ocala and Marion County:
What is a Board or Trade?
What does a Board of Trade stand for?
Who is the Board of Trade?
We, the three banks of Ocala, representing the finan financial
cial financial interest of our city and county are backing the Marion
County Board of Trade. We stand for its principles and
endorse its work and endeavor.
Business man? Citizen? Farmer?
Are you a member? Vhy not? Are you not willing
to co-operate with us in this work of upbuilding and devel developing
oping developing our county?
Enough said- Join.
T. T. MUNROE,
President Munroe & Chambliss Bank.
GEO. J. BLITCH,
President Commercial Bank.
JNO. L. EDWARDS,
PresidentQcala National Bank.
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the ranks, are close and eordial
they are comrades, a word continual continually
ly continually on their lips as they fight. And
they are wonderfully intelligent.
Daring the last week I have talked
with imen in the German ranks whose
culture and education would put to
shame many an English undergradu undergraduate
ate undergraduate I know.
".The ideal in the minds of this
unanimous, efficient, and wonderful
people is "Deutschland uber alles."
In, achieving this ideal they at noth nothing.
ing. nothing. For their nation they are cold,
inhuman, ibarbaric. That is not right,
we must fight them as we fought and
conquered 'apoleonisirt. But let us
have, no delusions about their real
INFORMATION FOIl FAHMKHS
CIIA3IBEIIII-'S COLIC, CHOIj CHOIj-EIU
EIU CHOIj-EIU AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY
"I advised the 'boys' when they
enlisted for the Spanish war to take
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera .and
Diarrhoea Remedy with them, and
have received many thanks for the
advice given," writes J. H. "Hough "Hough-land,
land, "Hough-land, Eldon, Iowa. No person wheth whether
er whether traveling or at home should be
without this great remedy. For sale
by all dealers. Adv
OPEN DAY AND XTGnT
Berlin, Sept. 28, 1914.
Editor Star: Please allow ime space
in your valuable paper to give the
farmers a remedy for lung and kid kidney
ney kidney worms in hogs as all farmers are
more or less interested in raising
Santonin S grains.
Calomel 1 grain.
Sodium bicarbonate.' 1 dram.
This is a dose for a 100-pound hog.
The dose can be increased or decreas decreased
ed decreased a2cording to weight of your hogs.
Hogs should be kept "p 24 hours and
fed hut very- little before given the
med'eine to get the 'best results.
Give medicine in mc'.st ground feed
and give it in such way that all the
pigs or large hogs can get their share
of the medicine. T have tried this
remedy and it proved satisfactory.
Yours trulyf S. J. aicCully,
Ciioice .ofi 5 ToiifIsS Trains
Mjpflllii audi .RIoptliiwesS
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Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
, Our candies are always fresh and
are kept in .cool storage cases.
Gerig's assorted chocolates at 3
cents per pound. 9-2 0-tf
I have moved to the Burnett
Building on East Fort King Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, where I am prepared to do
all kinds of Furniture Repairing
on short notice. Expert work ex executed
ecuted executed in ihisline and all work
I have just received a big
line of NEW HEATERS. Call
and see them.
A. M. BOBBITT,
14 FORT KING AVENUE
Music of Our Indians.
The music of our Indian is solely
and simply vocal. It seems to be pn pn-erally
erally pn-erally agreed by musical authorities
that the Indians songs have in them
! notbiug borrowed from Instrument.
nothing of artificial instigation. An
Indian melody never served two sets
of words. There Is no instauce. It up-,
pears, where the people heve followed
our custom of singing the different
stanzas of a ballad to the same Hir. A
large proportion of Indian sougx-are
entirely without words at all. syllable.
being employed to earry theories.
Perhaps the most striking Kvimarity
of Indian music Is the la k of definite
pitch, for there U no such thing as
standard pitch among the musician
of the red men. The Indian be-lns
hi3 song where the natural quality of
his yoice and hU tnMd at the time
render It easiest for him to sing It.
The pitch of the song depends upou
the Individual. Philadelphia Kevord.
When you need stationery, go to
The registration book for district
No. 1, (Ocala). will b open on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each
week from the 1st Monday In August
till the second Saturday in October.
1914. In all othr districts two days Id
each week frvm the 1st Monday In
September till the second Saturday in
October This registration does not
app'v to any rerson who was a regis registered
tered registered voter prior to Jan. 1st. 1814
Those who resrlPtered this year for the
fir$t time In Marion county, thousrh
they may have voted in the primary
cannot vote in the November electlor
unless they register aeain prior to th
second Saturday in October.
7-2?-6 wks dlv D M. BARCO.
Supervisor ReeistraUen Marion C-
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A.,
12S W. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.
J. G. KIRKLACSTD, D. P. iA.,'
Hillsboro .Hotel, Tampa, Fla.
in ... 'xzp-
FOSITE VIEi-," I
Wo More Disappointment
With my new help- $
er qnd additional new t
machinery I am able
to satisfy you ?
While You Wait
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Fort King Av
The Management of DR. McCLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces .the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The The-Murray
Murray The-Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, 3Iore Fully Equipped and will be Hun
y Strictly L'ion Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A.M. TO 4130 P.M. PHONE 333
THE OCAXiA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, SHIT. 30. 1014
f OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)
Thought for the Day
(Resolve that this last day of Sep September
tember September shall be a day of kind words
and helpful deeds that will live on as
the years fade and (pass away. Let
your heart's fragrance be as sweet
and as lingering as the (perfume of
the last rose of summer.
(Mr. and 'Mrs. J. !M. 'Lamar are
moving into the pretty little Stewart
cottage on the ;Anthony road, where
they will in the future make their
tMr. and (Mrs. Louis Duval are ex expected
pected expected ihome tomorrow from a sum summer
mer summer spent with relatives in Kentucky
and 'South Carolina.
iMr.' Robert (McG ruder of Orlandd
was a visitor in the city today en
route to his home from a business
trip to Chicago. "tMr. McGruder made
the trip In Ms automobile and found
the roads in splendid condition.
Mr""an.d iMs. Xed Williams an an-Ti
Ti an-Ti ounce the arrival of a little daugh daughter
ter daughter into 'their l:ome, 'Douglas, Wyo.,
, Mrs. G. K. Williams and daughter
LMiss itaitn winianxs, are again at
the lake for another fortnight stay,
after a day or, two spent at their
home in this ci;y.
Mr. and IMrs. IBdward tllelvenstdn
are (having some necessary improve improvements
ments improvements made in their home on ISouth
Lime street, interior decorations,- re repainting
painting repainting and a sleeping porch will
add materially to its attractions.
Mrs. W. B.; Henry and daughters
and iMrs. .Henry's sister, 'Mrs. X. Gar Gar-rett,
rett, Gar-rett, -were up frm the lake yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon. iM.rs. Garrett will
move into the William Sinclair resi residence.,
dence., residence., the latter part of this week.
Mrs. James Hill was in the city
.yesterday on a 'business -mission. She
auau s ui nits ouiudii 'ioiuculc auu
will (make her home there this win-
, -w it 1 9
ter, .placing ner son James .'win,; m
(ii.tci jl tin. : j u ii ii vai ucj ui Jjanv
Weir, and has many friends who are
,J A U t, 1 ,. J J. T -. it U
f' ' : V
fMiss Jessie IMoIntosh will go to
Jacksonville next wee k xo euier xjt.
Rogers sanitarium to take a special
course in -nursing.
W. T. IMcIlwain of (Lakeland
ai ii i j vuvv i v j , i' -
days with friends an this city. (Mrs.
Mfellwain was a former resident and
Thas tmany friends to "welcome her
"Mrs, C. Y. IMiller returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from a 'most delightful visit to
the family of her son-in-law and
daughter at 'Maxwell..
!Mrs. George IMacKay will move
up from 'Lake Weir the latlcer tpart of
the week to ibe in readiness for the
opening of school next iMonday.
iM,r. and ttlrs.- Frederick 51. Hocker
returned yesterday afternoon from
Blizabe'th'town, Ky., fwhere -Mrs.
Hocker has been for the past two
months visiting her -parents and Mr.
Hocker spent several weeks. ;
Cilrs. AV. Tompkins and little
daughter, Irene will arrive home
(from their summer outing at ;Wayn-
esYille, CST. C, Friday.
, Prof. K. J. Weihe left on this af afternoon's
ternoon's afternoon's limited for his v home in
Jacksonville, after a stay of some
weeks in this city as the guest of his
parents, .Mr. and IMrs. F. G. B.
Weihe. Prof. Weihe's (wife,who was
called to (Long Island several weeks
ago" to attend the :bedside of her
mother, is still in the north, and her
friends will be pained to learn that
her mother's condition has ,nct im improved.
proved. improved. A .Surprise HirthtLiy Party
There was a most delightful social
given last night .by iMrs. William
Vaughn at the home of -lier oarents.
'Mr. and 'Mrs. Frazier Clayton on old
Fort King, in honor of her brother,
(Mr. Willie Clayton, as a surprise for
his 21st -birthday. Among those en enjoying
joying enjoying the occasion were iMisses
Janie (Mae Perry, iBdna Lanier, Ruby
Cappleman, Sallie Whitfield, Eva
Freyermuth, 'Vera -Whaley, Ella
Vaughn, Janie 'Clayton and (Messrs.
Will Clayton, Thomas Clayton, Cas Caspar
par Caspar Young, Fred Neil, John 'Whit 'Whitfield,
field, 'Whitfield, !Dan Whitfield, ewitt Staats,
lllarvin Clinton, iMr. 'Hinton, iMr. and
tMrs. William Vaughn and others.
At a late hour refreshments were
served after whidh the crowd all left,
expressing themselves as. having a
most delightf ul time and wishing iMr.
Clayton many happy returns of his
' iMrs. W. H. (Massey, widow of W.
H. fMassey, who for many years. was
one of the leading business men of
Orange Springs, after a long
residence in that pleasant town, has
removed to her old home at Hahirl,
Gal, where she can ibe with her chil children.
dren. children. Mrs. 'Massey is a most estiiiia estiiiia-.ble
.ble estiiiia-.ble lady and held a high place inithe
life of Orange Springs. She was for
three years the Star's correspondent,
and was one of the most valuable on
the staff. The Star and her otlter
Florida friends will -miss her greatly,
but hope her days in Georgia will be
many and 'happy.
Prof. J. C. Yost is in the city for
an indefinite stay,, coming down
(Monday from Kentucky, where he
has spent the, summer.
!Mr. and iMrs. George iRentz are en en-tertainnig
tertainnig en-tertainnig today, at a very unique
and charming water party down on
Silver, river. The City of Ocala .was
chartered for the day and with their
immediate family, IMisses Ethel and
!Meme ISeymour, Kathrine Strunk,
ttfary Landers, and 'Messrs. Thurber
and iLindsey Troxler, .pCoah Taylor
and some; others', they are navi ng a
most wonderful time.
The King's 'Daughters will hold a
special meeting torn or raw afternoon
at the iMethodist church at 4 o'clock.
A full attendance of members is requested
covered one another, have learned to
admire one another, and have be become
come become able to do good team work.
Clubwomen possess a fine spirit to toward
ward toward each other.
"One of the weakest features in
women's club work is our tendency
to omit to make a thorough study of
a question .before undertaking prac practical
tical practical work along the chosen line of
reform improvement. Goethe has
well said, 'Nothing is more danger dangerous
ous dangerous than ignorance at work,' and
eery little while havoc and distress
are wrought for no better reason
than well-meaning people undertake
a work in itself sood. but bound to
suffer unless it be undertaken with a
proper understanding of the basic
truths involved in it. I am some sometimes
times sometimes rather keenly struck with the
fact that when a woman discovers a
need that is new to her she assumes
that the need, is likewise new' to the
world; whereas, a careful study of
the question would show her that
the very steps in reform she wishes
to take have already been taken and
been found to lead nowhere.
"Just now my ideal for the general
federation is to see it bring urban
and rural women into closer relation
ship as a part'of the wider ideal of
establishing a more sympathetic un
derstanding between women of all
classes of 'American life. And I am
deeply interested, too, in the effort to
introduce, into club life
.Mr. Terry Young and '.Miss 'Mae
Cratitham were awit?T?r married at
the 'home of the bride's parents at
(Sparr Wednesday evening, Sept. 24,
Rev. Outland of 'Anthony officiating
Only membersVof the iimmediate fam
ilies and alfevr friends were present.
Both, of the jpiytg people are well
known in thiscounty and loved and
appreciated for-their many sterling
qualities, and we join their friends
Inwisihlng them fmuch happiness
Notice to Pythian, Sisters
The Pythian Sisters will not meet
in their temple until the first Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday in October. By order of the IM.
The pastor of the Baptist church;
and his workers are delighted with!
the attendance and interest bein;
accorded to the series of sermons in
progress this week. This evening
marks the fourth of the series since
Sunday, and the theme ts "The .Grace
of God." The public is invited toall
- . i
You no longer have to' go on day
r day cooking and serving in the
te old way. v
Give a casserole dinner in Guernsey
Say for instance; Soup, cooked and served
in petite marmites; then a steak En Cas Casserole
serole Casserole with potatoes au gratin; and pnd
witlf a custard cooked in those .dainty"
Guernsey custard cups and coffee served
piping hot from a Guernsey Coffee Pot.
This is but one of the hundreds of
pleasing little dinners that will be different
Guernsey Earthenware itself is inex inexpensive
pensive inexpensive and the many .ways.it can be
used to appetizingly and attractively uti utilize
lize utilize the 1 Uef t-overs' will appeal instantly
every house-wife. :
Learn now about this new way .to'
cook. Come in and see Guernsey in
all shapes from the custard cups to the
family casserole. s r
IMrs. iMollie Fogg died at the 'Mar
ion County Hospital at noon today,
shows. tMere beauty does not couni.
Physical and mental development
only are" considered. The Better
Babies contest insures a 'better race
after an illness of some throe months, of Americans, because it teaches par-
The funeral services will be held
Sunday, October 4th
The Eastern Star's 'held an impor important
tant important 'meeting this afternoon at
Yonge's hall. On Thursday evening
the orgalnization will hold a banquet
and' is planing to have a magnificent
The 'following clipping taken from
the Aheville Gazette will be read
with interest tby 'many in this city:
1 'The visit 'here of Secretary of
iState William 'Jennings Bryan and
Mrs. Bryan as guests of (Mr. and (Mrs.
"F. !L. Seely, is 'being spent tby the
visitors in the open, ithruout the day,
small and informal dinner parties
making the evening pleasant. ILong
tramps over .the mountains are be being,
ing, being, made 'by iMr. Bryan every day,
and often ne is met by )Mrs. Bryan
and others for luncheon on top of
Sunset iMountaln or )Mountain &Iead-
ows. .un several occasions mr. 5ryan
spends an hour or so in cutting up
logs into firowood in the forest near
'Blue Brier.' Among the many in informal
formal informal dinners tendered NIr. and
!Mrs. Bryan, by air. and IMrs. Seely
were Mrs. Henry M. (Flagler, of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and IMrs. Keenan, of 'Wilming 'Wilmington,
ton, 'Wilmington, and Mr. and iMrs. iE. W. 'Grove,
of, St. Louis. Mr. Bryan returned to
LAsheville yesterday after a hurried
trip to- Washington, where he was
called to look aften important affairs
of state. 5Mrs. Bryan remained at
the Inn until her distinguished 'hus 'husband
band 'husband Teturned from the nation's
Clubwomen as Homemakers
Qlrs. Percy V. Pennybacker, presi president
dent president of the general federation of
women's clubs, since her installation
in office has traveled much thru the
United States getting 'acquainted
with club problems., 'Among .her ob observations
servations observations is the fact that club wo women
men women are 'good housekeepers, ftlrs.
"In traveling about the country
what impressed me most deeply is
the fact that the majority of the
clubwomen into .whose homes l go
ae good housekeepers and home home-makers.
makers. home-makers. They realize that home home-making
making home-making now extends beyond the four
walls of a woman's own house.
"The most hopeful features of club
life is the fact that women have dis-
ents how to improve the physical
' I 3 nr m .Lil JAn T wuieaa in.
morning at 10 o'clock, Slev. J. M. tewst in the conservation or child
Gross officiating. Interment will be llie ana auu
in Evergreen cem
late husband and son
tetery where her child welfare. It forges a connecting
son who died some nk between parents and teachers, lj
years ago are buried.
Undertakers '.Smith will have
charge of the funeral.
IMrs. GPogg is a sister of ;Mrs. John
(Dozier and came to Ocala some
thirty years ago from 'Fort Valley,
Ga. She was seventy years old last
IMrs. ;Fogg's health has 'been fail
ing for several years, ibut she 'held
up remarkaibly well until- three
months -ago, when her strength fail
between home and the scieminc
study of child life. 1
(Avail yourself of this splendid op-
r.ortunity- enter your baby in tne
contest this yeaf. For further Infor
mation and application cards, ad
dress, (Mrs., R. L. Anderson, Ocala.
(The subject of this 1 sketch, (Mrs.
Vannie -Holland, was born in Sumter
ed- and she was" compelled to k take county. Florida, October 15th, 1848,
to .hp-r fh-ftd- and inrA whih f ittia ahf I aad departeu
has uncomplainingly looked forward
to ithe end with patience. ?
was a life long mem-
this life in Glartel,
Florida, September 12th, 1914.
Qlrs. 'Holland's maiden name was
(Mobley; She was married to J. J.
Holland, (March oth,' 1870., Of their
union there were seven children.
three boys and four girls, five of
wTiom, two boys and three girls, sur survive.,
vive., survive., All of these save one son, are
married. These, with their families,
The Ocala School of Iusic will be- and tne ase& husband and father, re-
gm its seventh s term In musical in- main to mourn the loss of the depart-
struction, Thursday, October 1, 1914.. ed loved one. But in their sorrow
All former pupils and others wishing they are comforted, for they know
places will please call at the studio, wnere wife and mother has gone.
No. 1 Fort King avenue (over Jerry sister Holland became a Christian
Burnett's tailor shop) between 1 and hn earlv life and continued steadfast-
ber of the iMethodist church.
OCALl SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Will Reopen on the First of October
TVe have opened a new drug store in the AVallls build building
ing building on South ilain street, and-shall make every endeavor to
please everydne who may favor us with their patronage.
While we make a specialty of PROMPT and ACCURATE
PiRESCRlPTION work, we: also carry a full line of Toilet
Articles, Stationery, Patent Medicines and Standard Prepara Preparations..
tions.. Preparations.. We want to call special -attention to our line of
Fresh GAUDEX and FIELD SEEDS, which we sell under a
Guarantee that they are absolutely fresh, new stock.
Give us a trial when need of anything in our line.
OUR MOTTO: "FRESH GOODS ALWAYS."
Driifloisls and Seedsmen,
6 p. m., Wednesday, Sept. 30, to ar
range lesson hours.
(Mary C. Connor, Director.
9-23-7td wky It
m m m m m a
Lviiss Lumnie uamsoy will give a
limited number of pupils lessons in
ly to the end. IHer children say they
ido not remember when she was not
a Christian, and her husband says,
"there are none better than she
She was a peacemaker. She loved
peace and promoted peace in tne
home and elsewhere. The last pas-
singing. Special attention to correct sage of scripture she ever quoted in
voice production. Garcia's
Apply 814 (Fort King ave.
BETTKR RABIES CONTEST
Have you a baby in your home?
If so, read this announcement.
The second Better Babies contest
for Ocala will be lield 'Nov. 11th,
12th and 13th, under the auspices of
the Ocala Woman's Club In the new
The Better BaDies contest is a
popular yet scientific movement to
insure better babies and a better
race. It consists of entering, ex examining
amining examining and awarding prizes to
children from six months to three
years on exactly the same basic prin principles
ciples principles that are applied to live stock
method, church just a few weeks hefore her
9-30-6t rf-oth .was:- "Blessed are the peace-
makers for they shall be called the
children of God."
Believing in this passage IJterally
she lived up to it.
Her children rise up and call her
Her influence was all for good, and
she will be missed.
Sister Holland's funeral was con conducted
ducted conducted by the writer from the home
of her son, W. iB. Holland ,at iMartel iMartel-Sunday,
Sunday, iMartel-Sunday, September 13, and the fune funeral
ral funeral was attended by a large number
of sorrowing friends.
Her Temains were, laid to rest in
St. Johns cemetery to await the res resurrection
urrection resurrection morn. A. M. Mann.
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Concerning the North Ocala Union
Owing -to the fact that my action
in opposing the resolution of the
trustees of the North Oeala Union
church and the pastors of the town
relative to who shall conduct the ser services
vices services in said church has received
much comment, .which gives a false
impression of my position in the
matter, I should like to make this
public explanation in justification of
The resolution -say 3 that only min ministers
isters ministers of the five churches who are
represented by trustees, and all 'min 'ministers
isters 'ministers who shall be deemed evangel evangelical
ical evangelical 'by the trustees of the church
shall preach in the church. I object
to the resolution, first, because it
violates ine nrst essential or a
union church that all "denomina
tions who have representatives living
in the vicinity of the church have
part in the proceedings of the church.
There can be no community church
without a community life, 'but the
community life can only come from
all the community. This resolution
bars several of the citizens of that
community from participation in the
services of the church, as they do not
belong to the "evangelical," whatev whatever
er whatever that may mean. There are many
such union churches throughout the
country, and 'the number is growing
rapidly, but those that have meant
much to the community are commun community
ity community churches.
I object to the resolution in the
second place because it violates the
principle of religious toleration
religious liberty, without which no
union, church can succeed. "I did not
use my influence to allow LMormons,
Catholic Universalists, Adventistsv
Jews. e't al, the use of the church be because
cause because I believe in IMormonism, SCath SCath-olicism,
olicism, SCath-olicism, Judaism, etc., but because
'Mormons and Catholics have the
same privilege to be heard that I
have. To'-refuse them this privilege
is religious snobbery, Pharisaical
self-righteousness, unpardonable big bigotry,
otry, bigotry, the essence of religious perse persecution,
cution, persecution, all of which is foreign to the
religion of Jesus, and, cut of keeping
with a disciple of his. I 'believe that
truth will triumph, 'but only by be being
ing being heard. If i' am 'afraid to asso associate
ciate associate my faith with any man's faith'
it is because I think his faith Is
nearer the truth than mine, and that
mine will suffer in the comparison.
Let every .man be heard, and then
let the truth of his message stand
for itself and its .falsity perish of its
own accord. iError had best be
known. It will perish the sooner.
This is the spirit of religious tolera
tion, without which a community,
church cannot triumph.
We cooperate with these .people
outside the church, why not inside?
If they are Christian in the W. C. T.
U. they are Christian in the church.
If they are desirable in our homes,
why not in .the fellowship of worship,
unless, indeed, there are two Cods
or a multitude of Gods, who are at
enmity one with another. -'
ftly fourth reason for my .position
is that the community, together with
individuals from all the faiths, 'Cath
olics. Jews, LMormons, as well as
Protestants, have 'buiit the church,
and not these1 five "evangelical"
churches. They should have hack
their money if they are to be exclud excluded:
ed: excluded: from the house which they .have
helped to build.
Hoping to see this action rescinded
I am, yours in religious liberty,
Roy B. Bowers.
HKLPS THE OPERATORS
SAW FLORIDA SETTLED
JLeesburg Commercial: (Mrs. Sallie
Gant, of Webster, mother of J. 31.
Cant, died last 'Friday at the home of
her son. She was one of Sumter
county's oldest residents, having
moved to the Center 'Hill neighbor
hood .with her parents whensa baby,
just after the tDade massacre, and
when it was still necessarj1, for each
neighborhood to have its log fort in
case of an Indian uprising. For sev several
eral several years she has 'been quite feeble
and her death was not un expected.
Besides sonf. and daughters she -leaves
a number of grandchildren apd a
large circle of friends to mourn her
Dr. J. G. Baskin, who has purchas purchased
ed purchased quite a lot of property in and
around Clearwater, with the expec expectation
tation expectation of moving here at an early
date, arrived hy auto yesterday af
ternoon. A carload of furniture also
arrived and was unloaded. IMfs.
Baskin arrived by train last night
and the new Baskin family is at
home to many people who will gladly
welcome them to the city. Dr. Bas Baskin
kin Baskin has been a popular practicing
irhvsician of Dunnellon for many
vears. ,uut decided to jave ur nis
practice and devote his time to other
pursuits. They have taken the
Kisby house on North Osceola street.
Mr. Baskin is the president of the
Dunnellon bank and otherwise con connected
nected connected with vbig affairs in central
Florida and is a valuable acquisition
to our city. Clearwater Sun.
Naval Stores' are Gmm1 Security
when ProiKily Warehoused and
t Washington, Sept. 30. In a letter
to iRepresentative Cantrill y esterday,
W. P. iMalburn, assistant secretary
of the treasurer, outlines the exact
terms and conditions that will control
the issuance of currency under the
Aldrich-Vreeland act to the naval
stores producers of 'Florida. The let letter
ter letter is in response to an inquiry from
R. K. Blake, of'iHancock county, Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, who inquired regarding tobac tobacco.
co. tobacco. LMr. IM alburn says: "Notes accom accompanied
panied accompanied by warehouse receipts for
cotton, tobacco and nayal stores,
having not more than four months
to run, will he accepted to a reas reasonable
onable reasonable extent toy the secretary o! the
treasury at 75 per cent of their face
value from the national banks as se security
curity security for additional currency as
provided in that act. Any national
bahk having an unimpaired capital
and a surplus of 20 ner cent may ap ap-tply
tply ap-tply through its national currency as association
sociation association for this currency. The de department
partment department does not prescribe the
character of the warehouses in
which the (products shall be stored.
The 'banks will he relied upon to see
that receipts issued by. responsible
warehousemen alone are accepted
and that there- is adequate fire in-J
surance npon the cotton and tobacco
so stored. .No particular form of re receipt
ceipt receipt is required by the department,
nor ife there any requirement as to
supervision and direction of the
Too Much Red Tape
. Senator Fletcher has just been up
against an amazing example of. gov governmental
ernmental governmental red tape. tA Key West
man 'bought a horse in Cuba and
'brought the animal over to Key
' The department here insisted that
a veterinarian ibe sent clear from
New Orleans to Key West to Inspect
the 'horse at the owner's expense.
As this would cost about as much
as the horse, Senator Fletcher was
about to advise the purchaser to
drive Jt into the sea, tout finally,
after much persuasion, it was agreed
that a Key West veterinarian might
do the .work.
MANY NEW 'MEMBERS
Mr; W. -C. Blanchard is carrying
out a contract at, Lake Weir. Last
night, he was needed to carry out an
important part in the degree work
of Tulula (Lodge, I. O. O. F. '.Another
member, (Mr. Ballard, went after him
in his auto and ibrought him to town,
and after the work' was over Qlf.
Blanchard returned to 'Lake Weir on
IBallard and Blanchard are two of
the most reliable and hard-working
Odd Fellows in the city. They will
do anything in their power, at their
own expense, for their order.
' Tulula Lodge is busy with degree
work just now. ."Last night, (Six.
Barnard Spencer was given the in initiatory
itiatory initiatory degree ;and a large class of
new members is. to 'be instructed in
the work in the next few weeks.
Tulula is the home lodge' of the
grand master of the state, one of the
principal -lodges of the city and a.
branch-of one of the. greatest orders
in the world. iFully half its member membership
ship membership is taking part in the degree
work, and all members not prevented
toy 'business or sickness should make
it a point to try to be present every
fie aSie f
Some pianos bear names which have been known only for a short
time. t is even possible to go to piano stores and see pianos
having names of which you have never heard. Rather than buy
an instrument which has no name or reputation, would you not
prefer to own a
a piano which for 57 years has been made by a firm whose name
it bears a, piano which is guaranted by the manufacturer and
sold at the lowest Dost for best quality?
Think well before you buy
i you won't get another piano
for many years. Get the
best at a fair price.
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MEDAL CONTEST AT BELLEVTEW
A medal contest -will toe held at
the town hall, JBelleview, on Friday
evening, October 9th. The program
will consist ol music, reading, and
the class of 3oung ladles will contest
for a silver medal. No admission at
the door. Collection at the close.
W. C. T. U. Supt. Medal Contests.
LAKE WEU! W. C. T. U.
The Lake Weir -union held the
last meeting of the year on Thursday
afternoon, Sept. !24.
The song, "Work' for the INight is
Coming," -was followed by scripture
reading and prayer.
A letter from IMIss Xeal was read
as was also a list of the socials and
entertainments given by the union
vMrs. Sigmon, superintendent of
Christian citizenship, was given
cards to be signed by the voters, and
sent to Senator Fletcher.
The yearly reports were made out
and sent to the state superintendent.
In spite of the inclement weather
eight members responded to roll
lMeeting adjourned for two weeks.
(Minnie D. (Albertson, Press Supt.
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pies and cakes every day. Layer, and
other fancy cakes -made to order.
Carter's Bakery. 9-24-tf
who owns the dwelling the business property that stands
In your name? ;
of course you think that you do; but are you right?
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' i -
the development of Individual ownership In land.
in the beginnig of civilization no man owned any definite part
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too pi end-
iul for individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particu particular
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(Special Dispatch by the Internation International
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Antwerp, Belgium, Sept. CO. An
Englishwoman, Miss Louise iMack, a
well known writer of fiction has writ written
ten written the following vivid description of
this ancient seaport in war time..
Antwerp again has -won the spotlight
in this war. The town has become
the haven of thousands of refugees,
Belgians, British and Americans. The
capital of Belgium was transferred
here 'from 'Brussels, and German
Zeppelins have brought the city into
prominence by bombarding it from
the skies at night; Miss Mack
"Slowly, painfully, thru the blaz blazing
ing blazing summer day, our long, brown
train goes creeping towards Anvers!
The name lias grown into an emblem
of 'hope in these sad days, when the
Belgians are fleeing for their iives
from their little homes among the
flat gTeen pastures, fleeing toward
their other, fortified city that we
English know as Antwerp, or else
directing their desperate, maddened
flights to the ineffectual peace and
j security of jthe far off and mysteri
"See them at every station crowd
ing in! In they crowd, herding like
dumb driven cattle, and always the
poor, white faced women with their
wide innocent eves have babies in j
their arms and children tugging at
their skirts. 4 Wherever we stop we
find iie platforms lined ten deep, and
by the wildness with which they
fight their way dnto the already
crowded carriages one knows the
pent-up terror in these poor simple
hearts. They must get in, they -must.
Whatever happens they .must get in
side that train. And soon every'
compartment is. packed and on we go
thru the stiffling, 'blinding August
days inwards towards Anvers.
"Ah, but when a soldier comes
along how eager everyone is to 'find a
place if or 'him. (Not one of us but
would gladly give our seat or our
standing room up to a 'sodat, and
wiien our .wounded soldiers from
Qlalines appear at the doors we per
form 'miracles in that long brown
train. We squeeze ourselves to jioth jioth-ing.
ing. jioth-ing. .
"A soldier is talking. '.How we
listen! Never did divine or stateman
get such a hearing as that blue worn worn-out,
out, worn-out, wounded man, white with dast,
clogged with mud, his yellow beard
weeks old on his young face, with
his poor feet in their broken, ravaged
boots, and 'his -red and blue cap.
blackened vith smoke and hardened
with earth where 'he had slept among
the .ibeets and potatoes.
"At'QIalines, he is telling us in a
faint voice at -intervals I often saw
the king. He was there. He was
fig'hting. I saw him several times.
I -was quite near him. He had a brav bravery
ery bravery that was magnificient, our king.
I saw a cannon exploding just 'bare
a yard away from him. Over and
over again I saw his face, always
calm, resolute. I 'hope all is well
with him- he ended forlornly ibut
in ibattleone knows nothing.
"All is well, cry a dozen eager
voices. The King is .back at Ant Antwerp
werp Antwerp now. He is safe in his palace
with the Queen and the little prin princess.
cess. princess. ViHour after hour goes by. Two
hours wait at G-hent and we rus'h in
a 'voiure' round the .beautiful old
city, ''finding everything quite- calm
here, and not a sign of the Genmans
anywhere. We entered the cathed
ral. It is 'Saturday morning but
crowds of people are there telling
their rosaries. Then a ipriest begins
a sermon, and I hear words that I
am destined to hear again later on
at iAntwerp., Words that have al already
ready already begun to form the noble key keynote
note keynote to the Belgians' characters.
Remember this, my children, says
the. little priest, ISettl le silence est
grand la reste est faiblesse.' (Only
silence is great; the rest is weak weakness.)
ness.) weakness.) "Antwerp at last, and the first we
see of it is a ifaewildering mass of
taxicabs arrayed in the .middle of
wide green fields at the city's out outskirts,
skirts, outskirts, for all taxis and motor-cars
have been commandeered by the gov government
ernment government at Antwerp. 'Near the taxis
Is a field of flying machines, biplanes,
monoplanes, airships, a magnificient
array of aircraft, with the sunlight
glittering over them like silver. The
Zeppelin caught them unawares the
other night. They will never be
caught like that again. In the field
there goes on a ceaseless activity
they are always ready now an 1 al always
ways always still more ready.
"Antwerp station is the second
largest in the world and 'in these clays
it has to be big. The crowds that
pour out of the trains are appall appalling.
ing. appalling. All the world seems to Tje com coming
ing coming to Antwerp. Soldiers are every everywhere,
where, everywhere, armed to the hilt, and stern
and implacable. It is a terrible affair
to get into Antwerp. You wait and
wait, and ot last you get to a sold soldier.
ier. soldier. You show your ';:pcrt and he
Tempt the appetite,
please the taste and
nourish the body.
Crisp, clean and fresh
Round, thin, tender
with a delightful flavor
appropriate Tor lunch luncheon,
eon, luncheon, tea and dinner,
lined with acacias, hanging out of all
the shops and houses along the
Chaujsee de Olalines, hanging even
from the cathedral. Banners, .ban .banners,
ners, .banners, They are everywhere. Hovr
after hour one drives about and
there are banners always gold, red
and bUck floating everywhere. That
black givs a "curiously majestic if
sombre look to the city.
I confess I don't quite like it, and
if I were a iBelgian I would, raise
heaven ani earth to have the black
taken out of my national flag.
Night falls, a soft, warm, summer
night, and in semi-darkness we dJno
at our hotel, with the waiters mov moving
ing moving about like spectres. Then we go
out into the streets again. It is S
o'clock. The city has drawn down
all its blinds, all its shutters. No
oum iw mil ti uvu
ii Jl' vVo
Made of the finest
to perfection. The
food, zo cents.
Buy biscuit baked by 7
Always look for that Name.
lights burn in the streets. iNo light
show in, the houses. All the cafes
j and restaurants are in darkness.
Through (tie darkness, filled always
with a shivering dread, people move
about, too restless to remain within
doors in this stifling August tieat.
And over all is silence. In silence
the guards stand before the big
white royal palace, where, faint
lights are tiim behind the heavily
curtained windows on the ground
floor. Soon the silence and the dark darkness,
ness, darkness, so poignant v and significant, j
grow too much for one's nerves, and -j
the streets empty and we will go
home to our haunted homes, too ex exhausted
hausted exhausted by our emotion to care much (
if the Zeppelin does come tonight, j
FLOATING HOTELS j
ON THE GIIRAT -LAKES'
EVERYDAY Until October 5th, at which
-time our Special Sale ends, we will
give absolutely FREE with each cash
purchase of $7.50, a
9x12 JAP 'ART SQUARE.
It will pay you to come and look over our Fall Lines before
makingVour school purchases, as we will save you money
"OCAIiA'S UNDEIIS ELLI N G STORE"
"Don't Pay More."
Although the heavy tourist travel.
on the Great Lakes is now on the
wane, the tliscriminating traveler traveler-will
will traveler-will continue to enjoy the lake pas-;
senger steamer service until the very
close of the season of navigation.
Following their usual custom tho
C..& B. Line will operate their steam
ers daily between Cleveland anaj
Buffalo until the first day of Decerr-
ber, leaving either city S o'clock
every evening and reaching destina destination
tion destination the following morning at 6:30,
These steamers are -heated by
steam throughout, and the night's
journey is made as comfortable as a
luxurious hotel. flt is for this reason
that a large volume of travel Is at attracted
tracted attracted to C. & )B. Line steamers un until
til until the last trip, December 1st.
Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West.
Post Box 518.. Local or
Long Distance .Phone,- 233
M ORE'S MAIL ORDER 'MUSS
"jj" AM now in business for myself. Conducting a High Class re-
J tail bar and Mail Order House. I can givs you the best thercj
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 v.-ant?,
and I am supplying that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PKICES
Good Old 65 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal
Ions or more,
at per gallon .
Good Old SO Proof Rye.
Corn or Gin, in lots. of 2 gal
lons or more,
at per gallon
Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal
lons or more,
at per gallon .
Remember that we will fill
any order you send us and
meet the price of any other
reads it slowly oh so slowly while
two soldiers stand on each side of
you,' their 'bayonets horribly near.
What are you coming to Antwerp for,
where are you going? Where do you
come from? Explain your presence.
And explain you must, or never will
you get into that inner line of bay bayonets
onets bayonets that yet awaits you.
"Out of the station at last, safe
through tit all, famished, worn-out,
but happy at having really arrived
at ones goal. Into the restaurant,- a
crowd of priests come hurrying, their
long :black rdbes flapping heavily,
and soon they are begging for my
Daily -Mail that I bought at Ostend.
They hang over the pictures of the
British troops ariving in Ostend, and
presently looking up I discover a cu curious
rious curious sight. One by one all that res restaurant,
taurant, restaurant, waiters, customers, manag managers
ers managers and all have crept towards the
ipriests' table and are craning their
heads to catch a glimpse of what
means more to them than anything
else -pictures for they never have
pictures in their papers, never have
at all, and as many of them cannot
read, these photographs are life to
Antwerp is crowded. 'Her streets
are full wherever you go. Walled in
all around with magnificent fortifica fortifications,
tions, fortifications, she stands ready for siege.
Soldiers and -gendarmes are every
where. At every third step you are
called on to halt at the point of a
bay c net.
How beautiful Antwerp is. Phe
has a glorious -beauty all 4ier own. In
.golden 'b'afing sunlight thou thousands
sands thousands of 'banners are floating in th?
wind, enormous banners, hanging
cut of those great white houses that
stand in the magnificent avenues
State of Ohio, City of Toledo",
- Lucus County. ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in
the city of Toledo, county and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will
pay the sum of -ONE (HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case
of catarrh that canot De cured by
the use of (HALL'S CATARRH
CURE. Frank J. Cheney:
Sworn to ibefore me and subscrib subscribed
ed subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of
December, A. D., 1886, (Seal)
A. W. Gleason, Notary Public,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally
nally internally and acts directly upon the
blood and mucous surface of the sys system.
tem. system. Send for testimonials free.
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
v Sold by all druggists, 75 cents.
Take Hall's 'Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. adv
In Glass Jugs, Packed in two One Gallon Jugs if
Make my place your headquarters while in the city.
You will be
welcome and be treated right at all times and on every
tion at MJo!innys Place
t ran sic-
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of It in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft.
A. D. BROOKS
Has moved his General Merchandise
Stock from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraket to Ihe new
St. Georges Slock,
where he is now located in
handsome new Corner Store,
nolia and South Second Street, where
ie will be pleased to see his friends
FIRST CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
Miss Blank was net young when she
was married, wherefore the innocent
question of a little neighbor proved
annoying. "Why, how nice of you to
bring me flowers, Jimmie!" was the
way the trouble started. "And such a
surprise, too; I don't think I ever had
such a nice surprise before in all my
life." "Not even when you got mar married?"
ried?" married?" asked the wide-eyed child.
It You Will Talte Enough of Our Ice v
Satardays to Last Over Sunday
y- . ; ;
We will thank you. Our drivers will thank yon.
And if the teams could -talk they would thank you, too for helping
to lighten the load on the heaviest day of tlse week, wliich is a day "of
rest for nearly everybody but this Ice nau of yours.
"I was annoyed for over a year by
attacks of acute indigestion, follow followed
ed followed by constipation writes Mrs. M.
J. Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y. "I tried"
everything that was recommended
to me for this complaint, but noth nothing
ing nothing did me much good until about
four months ago I saw Chamber 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
Three newly furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; all modern con conveniences;
veniences; conveniences; close. In; reasonable price
for permanent party. Phone No.
Danger of Too Much Talk.
Don't talk too much. Just after you
have talked a man into buying, if you
keep on talking ycu will talk him out
cf buying.-Atchison Globe
DIARRHOEA QUICKLY CURED
"My attention was first called to
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy as much as 12
years ago. At that time I was seri seriously
ously seriously ill with summer complaint.
One dose of this remedy checked the
trouble." writes Mrs. C. W-. Florence,
Rockfield, Ind. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Adr
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Broadway and 14th Street. i
New York City
A Clean, Comfortable, Convenient
- and Homelike Hotel on both
American and European Plans.
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American Plan, S2 per Dsy
European Plan, $1 per Day
ChuFcliill Ei CZouip bjckw
To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance
:t Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
s a necessity. To supply that ne-
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J 4O2-404 fi. Main Street
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
AT SENSIBLE PRICES
OPEN ALL NIGHT
THE OCALA i:
SDAVtt ,SJPT.:- SO. 1914
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? fortunate arrangement with the publishers of one of the most
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wholesome entertainment, valuable information and interest-
i -the-minute news. ;
ala Evening Star
(Including FREE PATTERN
LUB NO. 2
Dcala Weekly Star
Including Free Pattern
j Saoscription may either be new ora renewal.
LirS 31AGAZIXE IS LOVED BY MORE Til AX 1,2000,000 WOMEN
Mrs. E. Van Hood, Editor
North Carolina Is Sure that Saloon
Absence has Cood Effect and
that Law is 1'nforced
Durham, N. C, August 20. "Cer "Certainly
tainly "Certainly I think that prohibition pro prohibits,
hibits, prohibits, and there is no one living
The Poor .Man's Club
(By Walt (Mason)
The poor man's club is a
On account of special elections to
be held in and for the City of Ocala
renial:n the 2"th anJ 2Sth tia"s oi Octo-!
place-if the poor man has the price; j 1014, a special meeting of the
city council was held on this date atj
council chamber for the purpose of j
revising the registration .books ofj
there's a balmy smile' on the bar bar-keep's
keep's bar-keep's face, and bottles of goods on
ice; the poor man's club is a place
designed to brighten our darkened
lives and send us home when we're
halfway blind, in humor to beat our
wives. So hey for the wicker demir
ause iMcCALL' is their home
'r, bringing evey month 84 to
.ig .pages (all atractively illus-l-ateand
printed o. fine quality
tapei brimful of vuable informa informa-ion
ion informa-ion ii clothes, hous-keeping, -pure
!ood. recipes, cooking entertaining,
Ualf, baby, beauty, etiquette, plain
ad ancy needle wck, embroidery,
fiom- dress-making, tone millinery
'?nd ome decoration.
b'-auso 'McCALL'Ss their fashion
utbrity and guide i correct dress
(forthemselves and rildren,) show showing
ing showing Dver 50 new desms of latest
styls monthly, and filing what to
I wea and how to mal it at least ex-
bcause McCALL'Hs more than a magazine, more than a fashion, au-
thcity and vhouseho: guide because iMcCALL'S is a real FRIEND and
llNPIRATION to al women who appreciate the best in magazine reading
t'thebest in stories ad articles to entertain and the.best in practical de-
j Raiments suggestin ways to economize, to earn money at home, to light light-j
j light-j ;en )urdens and to nke life more -worth while.
i !' SEND AT CCE FOR THE "WOMAN'S BARGAIN CLUB,y
TIE ABOVE OFFIi ONLY GOOD DURING SEPT. and OCTOBER 1914
mriu.t: johllf and the free lunch -brand of
went into effect who could possibly gb! We'll wassail hold till the
sav otherwise." said Prof. R. 1. break of dawn, we friends of the
Flowers, when asked if prohibition poor man's club! It's here we barter
really prohibits. Prof. Flowers is a our -bits of news in sweat-stained
member of the faculty of Trinity Col- hand-me-downs; it's here -we swal-
lege, and his work as an educator is low the children's shoes, and the
known all over the South. housewife's hats and gowns. It's
Prof. Flowers said that investiga- here we mortgage the house and lot,
tion would show that prohibition has the horse and the muley cow; the
helped the city and state morally, ed- poor man's club Is a cheerful spot,
ucationally and financially, to a won- so open a bottle now. From brim-
derful extent. ming glasses we'll blow the foam till
"I have lived here since 1891, and the midnight hour arrives, when
have known -Durham swith twenty- we'll gaily Journey the long way
three saloons and without any. Pro- home and merrily b"eat our wives,
hibition's change for the bet- We earn our dimes like the horse or
ter is the greatest that ever went ox; we toil like the fabled steer, and
down in the history of this city," he then we journey a dozen blocks to
said. blow in the dimes for beer. Wnile
iMr. Julian S. Carr., Jr., president the women work at the washing tub
of the .Durham Hosiery mills and di- to add to our scanty store, "we happi-
rector in various tmandfacturing con- ly meet at the poor .man's club,
cerns, said: "It has lettered every- where never a soul is bored. We'll
thing in every walk of life, and I am recklessly squander our minted
a stronger prohibitionist than ever, 'brawn, and the club house owner
I see a most wonderful change in the thrives; and we'll Homeward go at
factory employees of my nine hosiery the fbreak of dawn and joyously beat
mills in North Carolina. They are, our wives.
on the average, better educated, bet-
ter dressed and are better able to A Scientfic Fact
do the work of the company.. A .man may undertake marriage
"The bank deposits will show, and without Wrong -to himself, his wife
am in a position to know about OT posterity, if he is morally and
them, a great increase, and you will physically soundi But the habitual
also find upon investigation that a drunkard has no rie-hf to mamv rmt
majority of the new depositors are even the man or woman who indulg indulg-men
men indulg-men who would doubtless spend in an occasional drink. It Is a
money for 'liquor if saloons were scientific fact rthat a ohlld rnnreivoA
here. The. finances of Durham.have at a'time when either -parent has
been much better during the period been drinking is' inevitably the heir
of prohibition and I am glad that to nervous disorders which may very
my i vestments, are in a prohibition seriously affect its 'life. 'Dr. George
State." If' -pie11Pr' X'atv' VrrL-
Julian S. Carr, has won for himself
a great reputation as a financier and
his expended line of hosiery plants
have won for him the name of -being corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
the South's largest hosiery .manufas- 1 an omv Adv.
said city, and the following names
Ward No. 1.- A. A. Graham, J. E.
Gates, W. MaMahan (removed),
IE .L. Howell (dead.)
Ward No. 2. Elmer Decamp,
n T- -14 V T 4" linn
F. Goeken, X. P. Ives, C. Muncas Muncas-ter,
ter, Muncas-ter, J. J. "McCranie, L. M. Raysor, J.
C. Raysor, B. E. Raysor, Edwin
Spencer Jr., and J. H. Workman (re (removed.)
moved.) (removed.) T. C. -Hall, Nathan Peyser,
and J. G. Sinclair (dead.) :
Ward No. 3. John B., Brown, Jim
Houston, C. T. Hodges, F. R. Higgins,
'M. Strauss, J. M. Tison and Paul
Webber (removed.) Pat Gillen, J.
W. Lyles and J. H. iMcClymcnd
iWard No. 4. T. L. Dekle, J. W.
Fomby, S. M. Grubbs (removed.)
Dock Allen, J. J. Bierman, C. H.
Beck, A. iE. Delouest and Carlos L..
Ttie city council will hear com complaints
plaints complaints at special meeting to he held
October 16, 1914, at 7:30 o'clock P.
'M. for the purpose of restoring names
This the 26th day of September A.
D. 1914. H. C. Sistrunk,
' City clerk and ex-officio supervisor
of registration of the city of Ocala. tf
SAVE A DOLLAR
When the opportuntly Is offered
you? Our system of selling only
for SPOT CASH enables us to
sell goods at a lower price than
you can get at a credit store. .We
have no "dead .beat" accounts
that the responsible customer
helps to pay. Call and let lis con convince
vince convince you that we can save you
money on your GROCERIES.
Ocala Casti Grocery
Next to Burnett's
On Fort King Avenue
OPEX DA AND NIGHT
If you are ever troubled "with
aches, pains or soreness of the mus muscles,
cles, muscles, you will appreciate the good
qualities of Chamberlain's Liniment.
Many sufferers from rheumatism
and sciatica have used it with the
best results. It is especially valu
able for lumbago and lame back.
For sale by all dealers. Adv
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
lfeiuilD)iL5&!hii to lhave
a MM BALL
2 eh OTUiir Ihomnie
ELLIS NEWS DEPOT
P. A. ELLIS, Manager.
ALL THE LATEST 3LVGAZINE3
Next to Caru's Grocery Store
Board and Rooms.
203 XOKTII MAIN ST.
Anger is more tiresome than hard
work and doesn't pay as -welL At-
(Mr. Carr is a cousin of Judge "W.
S. and iMr. (Raymond Bullock of, this
USE T H 1 SCO UPON N OW FOR THE
WOIVI N'S BARGAIN CLUB
To The Ocala Star
I enclose. ..... for which please send me the "Woman's
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as advertised by you.
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Whisky or Genius?
In the Saturday -Evening Post,
William White, one time ardent
(progressive editor of the Emporia
Gazette, novelist and author of a fa
mous piece of advice to Kansas con concerning
cerning concerning what, to raise, recounts the
struggle which Kansas has had
against wliisky and ipaints in glowing
words, the happiness that her citizens
are enjoying under (prohibition. Con Contentment
tentment Contentment reigns supreme in all walks
of life. Political chicanery is un unknown.
known. unknown. In short, the state has trans
formed intself into a kind of glorifi glorified
ed glorified Utopia. But just the moment IMr.
White has convinced his Teader that
iKansas has achieved perfection, he
wrecks his argument with this
'"And yet this population so abund abundantly
antly abundantly blessed, has not produced one
great inventor, on great statesman,
one great :poet, nove'list, 'artist, phil philosopher
osopher philosopher or leader whose fame is
really lasting vand national."
The -words came as a shock not
unlike that which a pail of cold wa
ter might bring to the head of a per perspiring
spiring perspiring man. ..md the shock :brings
one tothe sublime imputation be behind
hind behind the statment: If the lack of
whisky has .robbed Kansas of these
blessings, ;how is Indiana 'to account
for her galaxy of geniuses? "whose
fame is really lasting and national?"
When fifty years hence, the 'Hoos 'Hoos-ier
ier 'Hoos-ier of another generation loolc 'back
upon this period, will they proclaim
Crawford 'Fairbanks the father and
patron of Hoosier genius? Will they
place his bronze statue in the halls
of the Bartender's (Literary society,
inscribed in words of upraise under
name of Beer King, and honor his
memory with pageants on his birth birthday?
day? birthday? Will Terre Haute, sometimes
known as "Sodcnont-he-Wabash,"
become for future generations a
place of pilgrimage, a hallowed
shrine, another Stratford-on-LVvon?
French Lick would make a beautiful
Mecca. The weary pilgrim, bent on
paying h.is respects to the memory of
Crawf's great friend and colleague,
could arrange to arrive at S o'clock
in the mornig (just as the place is
closed for the night), and spend an
hour in -peaceful meditation. The
possibilities are infinite, but in the
meantime, without wishing to de deprive
prive deprive future Hoosiers of the joys of
hero worship, the Hoosier of today
will gladly trade Crawf 'Fairbanks
and a hundred of his henchmen for
one little. county ful of the wonderful
happiness and prosperity which "iMr.
White says is regarded as the natur-
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 1914.
You who owe dues or sub-
scriptions must respond!
Citizens of Ocala!
Do you want the record of your
city to become tarnished ? Or
shall it stand forth as the best
inland city in Florida?
IF SO, let us have immediate
See us at once.
JOHN L. EDWARDS,
J. E. CHACE,
J. D. ROONEY,
J. M. MEFFERT,
A. C. COBB,
R. S. ROGERS,
Board of Governors Marion County Board of Trade.
THE OCALA EVESINO ST
OCALA OCCURRENCES I
Result of Yesterday's Games in t
Masons meet tomorrow night.
WEATHEU HE PORT
Pittsburg 5; New York 2.
Chicago 2; Boston 3.
Chicago 4; Cleveland 10.
Detroit 0; St. Louis 3.
(Moose meet tomorrow evening.
Try KIRBGER'S ice cream. 9-2 4 -tf
If you trade at Gerigs you are as assured
sured assured of best service and quality, tf
Onion sets at
Bitting & Knight's
Go to KREGBTl'S for the best ICE
CRBA'M in Ocala. 9-24-tf
.Fresn pansy and sweet spea seed at
Bitting &-Knight's drug store. 928-tf
(Mr. C. V. aiiller is in the city from
Tainpa, itranacting legal business.
Fishing tackle that will brin
fish from the water at KREGER'S. tf
The rainfall last night was 1.91
inches the heaviest this year. It
seemed to come straight down, too.
Mrs. H. C. iMyers who recently
tmoved to ipalatka from this city, has
opened a dressmaking establishment
on iXorth Sixth street. :
. w iMr. B. 1E.? Conferee 'has returned
across the porf fp6tn Europe. He is
now at Warren, (Mass., and will be
ll ome in about a -mouth.
"City 'Attorney Frederick It. Hocker
moved his offices today from the
Union iblock to the second floor of
the .Commercial Bank 'block.
ilf the -weather is propitious, the
DBelleview baseball team will .be frere
tomorrow for a game. with the home
nine. It will ibe one of the last
games of the season, and t'he Star
ihopes it will .be well attended.
The young couple -ihat Judge
Smith was asked to intercept -went to
Jacksonville, and was' there rounded
up to -be sent home. The girl was
only fourteen and the boy two years
Albert Graham,! the river chron chronicler,
icler, chronicler, was in town to&ay. iHe .., says
the Silver Spring jl of ,ttie Dayliglit
Line will ibe iaunc&iflsoon, and that
the Hellkat is also almost ready to
wed the waves.
LMr. Churchill of Weibster, arrived
on the A. C. L. noon train today1 with
his son, Seth, twelve years of age,
who is suffering with appendicitis,
and as soon as 'possible will ;have him
operated,, on for its removal. :He is at
the IMarion County iHospital.
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 . ... . .92 67 .28
Sept, 10. . . .89 69 .28
Sept. 11. . ... .87 60 ;.
Sept. 12. .'. t .89 63
Sept. 13..... 1.88 68, .62
Sept. 14 . .89 64
Sept. 15. ... . .80 67
Sept. 16. ... . .79 68
Sept. 17 . .78 67 .44
Sept. 18 .82 69 .87
Sept. 19i. . ... .84 70 .87
Sept. 20. ... ... .84 72 .16
Sept. 21. . . .84 68
Sept. 22. ... . .86 68
Sept. 23. ... ... .86 68
Sept. 24 . . . 84 73
Sept. 25 84 72
Sept 26. . ... .7S 61
Sept. 27. ... ... .80 63
ept. 28 . 81 65
Sept. 29: .80 70 1.91
- Forecast for this Evening and
tRain tonig'ht and -probably Thursday.
IMr Julius iXeubeck, cattle :buyer of
Palatka, was in Ocala today, 'looking
after stock for his (Jem City (busi (business.
ness. (business. IMr. .Xeubeck shipped one car
load of fine ciattle from the Reddick
section yesterday, and followed with
Master Robert Spencer, son of
Mrs. Will Spencer, was taken to the
hospital this forenoon for treatment.
He has for the "past two weeks 'been
suffering with ihemorrhages, and his
condition is very serious.
The very latest INITIAL STA STATIONERY
TIONERY STATIONERY AT K'REGER'S. 9-24-tf
Jdosing out our sheet 'music stock
atj 10 cents per copy regardless of
cost. Our pianos and all remaining
LtocK going at unneara or prices.
This store closes Oct. 8th. Hurry if
you want bargains. A. M. Lans Lans-ford.
ford. Lans-ford. ; 9-26-tf
A fishing party composed of
tMessrs. James B. Johnson, J. Henry
' Livingston, H. Watterson Tucker
and Sonny Geise left this afternoon
for Salt Springs, to remain uptil 'Sat
iirday afternoon. They anticipate a
good time and are well equipped
with everything that goes to make a
pleasant stay in the woods.
Dorethea Brown, daughter of Rev.
Brown, colored, was (brought to the
colored hospital this forenoon suffer suffering
ing suffering from a severe case of acute ap appendicitis,
pendicitis, appendicitis, and will undergo a sur surgical
gical surgical operation tomorrow..
Dr. -W. K. liane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. -Adv.
A GOOD SUGGESTION
Southern Express Co., will Carry Ex Exhibits
hibits Exhibits for the Fair Without
Mr. G. T. iMaughs, local agent for
the Southern Express Company, has
received the following:
Free Service for 3Iarion County Fair
Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 28, 1914.
air. aiaughs: Vice-President -Williams
has issued authority for free
service No. 1184, on exhibits for the
exhibition in Marion and Sumter
County Fair Association; Copy, of
this will reach you in the near future,
if not already received.
W. K. Haile, Supt.
ARE GOING TO HAVE EATS
Moose Will Serve Purlo After Thurs Thursday
day Thursday Night's Lodge Meeting
The 'Moose will have a parlo
Thursday night after the session of
the lodge. All members are urged to
attend both the lodge session and the
must be the watchword when
buys baking powder.
Alum is well known to b
.astringent, and should never be u
Prof. Geo. F. Barker ;M. D, cf
sity of Pennsyleva?iia9 says: "Iconsh
alum baking powder highly injurious
Food economy now, more thu
demands the purchase and use of th
articles of known high quality and
purity and healthfulness.
BOY LIFE GUARDS
There will be a meeting of the Boy
Life Guards tomorrow evening at
7:30 o'clock at the residence of Rev.
Roy Boyers, 708 Lime street.
PRETTY CORNER LOT
The pretty corner (two lots) im immediately
mediately immediately west of the new North
Ocala church for. sale. Very cheap
for cash. R. R. Carroll. 9-8-tf
Closing out our sheet music stock
at 10 cents per copy regardless of
cost. Our pianos and all remaining
stock going at unheard of prices.
This store closesOct. 8th. Hurry if
you want bargains. A. IM. 1 Lans Lans-ford.
ford. Lans-ford. 9-2C.tr
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
AX : ...i
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s a Pure, Cream of Tartar
Contains No Alum
Perfectly leavens, leaves no unheal thful residues,
makes the food more delicious and wholesome.
. Height of Happiness.
Qretchen, tho little German m&ld,
was giyen a dress belonging to one
of the daughters, of the house, Mio
went to college. Gretchen had a his histrionic
trionic histrionic soul and loved to "live lives."
Upon returning from her "day out"
she was asked if she had had a good
time. ; "Oh, yah," she replied. "I felt
shoost like a collidge goirl."
No Necessity fop Stamps.
In New Zealand the postoffice pro provides
vides provides bJg firms with machines, with
which they stamp their own corre correspondence.
spondence. correspondence. A specimen letter re received
ceived received bears an oblong "postage
paid" stamp which is put on by a ma
chine in the business man's office.
Periodically a postal collector calls
round, reads the total on the machine
and collects the money.
From a Lover of Good Books.
Te8, 10 you send me a boci
. not a bargain book bought
from a haberdasher, but a beautiful
book, a book of. caress peculiar, 'dis 'distinctive,
tinctive, 'distinctive, individual; a bcok that hath
first caught your eye ant Jien pleased
your fancy; written by an author with
a tendt. whim, all right out of his
heart. We will read it together in the
His Idea cf Mulc's
' He was a lover of music f
Just been to hear one of t
operas, and he was esatiatj
Its beauties to an unresponsit
whom he obserred to yawn. X
lover was hurtl "Look here
he protested, 'don't you til tills
ls tills of some practical benefit V
"Oh, yes," said the unrespom
hy, judging, from the pet
gloaming, and when the gathering
dusk doth blur the page, we'll sit with have seen of eminent nnsfMn!
hearts too full for speech and think j cially pianistsil should say tht
it over." Dorothy WordsworUi toia great to kep the hair fnW
Coleridge j out.", j
The Hour of Reckoning
A Beautiful Two Reel Feature
The Way of Societyv
A T If i J 9
A 1 & ilip fllTiP
' Jacksonville, Sept. 26, 1914.
Editor Star: lood products are
ihlgheir in price and the war in Eu-
irope will undoubtedly cause a still
With this condition we should
wo i Is to advance the prosperity of
Florida and 'her people ;by urging
growers to increase the production
of necessary food products, especial especially
ly especially 'potatoes, twhich are staple and al always
ways always in demand at good (prices.
This coming spring potatoes will
undoubtedly be higher in price than
usual and larger profits will the real
ized, so for the good of all, iwe trust
that you will urge the planting of a
larger acreage in your section but
caution against the 'planting of seed
(potatoesthat have 'been effected with
"powdery scab" or other diseases, or
even oising seed that 'has .been grown
in sections where disease 'has (been
ire are largely interested in grow growing
ing growing 'potatoes in Clay county ourselves
but believe there will -be a good de demand
mand demand for all that can be grown this
year in the entire state.
Let us all 'be boosters for Florida.
c Yours respectfully,
: Durkee &. Walker.
FOU(XI -Automobile tail light ; last
Friday on 'North Magnolia pt;reet;
Owner can have same by calling
phone 206 and paying for this. ad advertisement.
vertisement. advertisement. 9-2 9 -tf
iFOR SAUE A gas stove and a gas
instantaneous heater; both in good
repair. Call on S. H. Christian at
FOU SAIiE Sawed cedar posts, all
Jheart, any quantity. George W
iiv-xle. Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
BOARDERS WANTED Rooms with
board or table board without rooms
Apply to !Mrs. F. R. Kaiser, El 2nd
LOST An onyx and gold bracelet,
set with -pearls. Suitable reward
for its return to Star office. 9-2 1-tf
: DR. I. 31. BOXEY
Eyesight specialist; office and labora laboratory
tory laboratory 2-6 Gary building. A specialty
of correcting vision wnere others
fail; r : S-26-tf.
s Cheap Floor Stain.
A very inexpensive stain can b
made from burnt umber and hot wa water.
ter. water. : Five cents' worth of the burnt
umber will stain several floors; that is,
where a rug is used for the center.
Pour the hot water over the burnt
umber, little at a time, till it is thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly dissolved. Use a quart of hot
water to five cents worth of umber;
that 'makes a pretty dark brown stain.
Let it dry, then rub on any good floor
was and polish.
Advise IMher's Frieml
Because it Is so perfectly safe to usq
and has been of such great help to a
:'. host of expectant
jty mothers, these wo wo-J:.ft:J
J:.ft:J wo-J:.ft:J iren. experienced in
. -J V ..i-ii this most' happy
-4 period, advise the
use cf "Mother's
ST 3 io the abdominal
cii! 1 is to ; relieve the
undue tension upon
th cord3 and ligaments resulting from
muscular expansion. Beneath the sur surface
face surface is a network of fine nerve threads
and the gentle, soothing embrocation,
"Mother's Friend.' Is designed to sc
Gentleness at Home.
Use your gentlest voice at home."
Watch it day by day as a pearl of
great price, for It will be worth more
to you in days to come than the be3t
pearl hid in the sea. A kind voice is
joy, like a lark's song, to a hearth, at
home. It is a light that sings as well
as shines. Train it to sweet tones
now, and it will keep in tune through
life. Elihu I3urritL
Germany aa zn Advertlcrr. I
Gerr. anr knows the business value j
of an advertisement even when it re re-fers
fers re-fers to no particular commodity. Hence i
Germany is not at all modest in put-
ting Its earth-girdling label "Made In j
uermany" upon many a package
manufactured in America. Type Typewriters,
writers, Typewriters, cafh registers and other ar
ticles in which the United States is so j
far ahead no second can be seen, may j
be sent from Philadelphia to Ham-
burg. Very often when these articles
reach their? destination 2,000 miles J
from Hamburg they are neatly tagged
"Made In Germany."
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Motive Power in Norway.
The greatest single factor in the j
possible industrial development of
Norway lies undoubtedly in- its cheap
and abundant hydroelectric power.
The country having practically no coal
resources, the Norwegian industries
are coming to depend more and more
upen. the utilization of waterfalls as
a primary motive power source.
Our announcement ;wilL be mafe later.
Wait for real stylish goods.j
We offer a few school special for
Thursday, Friday and Stuf day :
A WISE CHOICE
Ocala Hotel Man Proves He .Made
A hotel man. is more subject to the
lubricate the muscular fibres. as to avoid recommendations of his patron than
me unnecessary ana continuous nagging . ,
Mr. Shaw selected Doan's Kidney
Pills when suffering from kidney
y Confidence Slow of. Growth.
You cannot open confidence as you
do an oyster: it expands gently from
within in response to a genial, stimu stimulating
lating stimulating influence from Itiiout; as a bud
becomes a rose. George Jordan.
upon thi3 myriad of nrryes. Applied to
the breasts it afTortLi the .."proper massage
to prevent caking.
There is scarcely a well-stocked drug
store anywhere but what you con easily trouble. To prove that he made no
obtain a bottle of "Mother's Friend" and mistake in his choice, be gives a
m nearly every town and village .is "aligned report of -his satisfactory ex ex-grandma
grandma ex-grandma who herself used it in earlier prunw
years. Expectant mothers are urged to peS ,r ck V i tj
try this splendid assistants T- "M. Shaw, prop., Palmetto Ho Ho-Mother's
Mother's Ho-Mother's Friend has been rjrenard 'tel. 60S Magnolia St., Ocala, says:
Dy i.raaneia :eguiator Co., 310 Lamar
Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.. for neat. half a
century. Send fcr valuable little book to
L':-. ALEX ANDES
Larpenter and BnlMer
Careful Estimates made cn all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work, for the money than any other that Mn Sba had, Foster-Mil burn
"My kidneys have long been ray one
weak spot and whenever I caught
cold or over worked, it made me
miserable- Besides I had dull ache
in my back, "and I didn't seem to
have any ambition to do my work.
The kidney -secretions were also un- j
natural. Dean s Kidney Pills have
always put me in good shape after
short use and I always recommend
them whenever the opportunity occurs.'
simply ask for a kiiney remedy
get Dean's Kld.jey Pills 'the ?ame;
CHILDREN'S WHITE HAND HAND-:
: HAND-: KERCHIEFS, hemstitched and
' ready for use at LI-
LIMIT. 10 TO A CUSTOMKi:'
13 1-2 yards yard-wide Bleached xiBRIC,
a real 10c yard value, T : -til j
for only--- -
13 1-2 yards yard-wide Bleached MtLIN, a
good 10c grade, and soft finish,
for only--. ... ..
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A new line of CHEVIOTS, suitable
lor unildrens Dresses, a; reai in-
10c fabric, fast colors, at only-. : i?' u
Watch our storev for Specials.
We intend to have rhein all
the time. :
contractor in the dty.
Co., Prop., Buffalo, X. Y. Adv 12
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