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hiforced the- al-
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brcau;:3 of ;,hy ;,hy-n
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OROUSLY ON l.pKRLINV SAYS XO DECISIVE RE-
,.,13 vigorously of-J
an .both, flanks' .'of
Trcih troops are
Ld -cJHcY who have
mans mal:o caun caun-itreme
itreme caun-itreme exhaustion
' of vigor charac charac-'fighting.
'fighting. charac-'fighting. ;. IN
SULT IN THE GREAT AI8NE
Serlln, Oct. 1 (Official) Attacks
and counter attacks without decisive
result mark the progress of the
great ibattle in 'France. The Oermans
have resumed bomoardment.
, It is apparent the allies are receiv receiving.,
ing., receiving., 'heavy reinforcements from
France. ; ,:r -, - . ; '. ;; .' ... ,'.: :.
The Germans are advancing in
k? f h f nTi-orni Russian Poland desnite heavv resist-
ng from his- posl-'ance. f
T.?e andXVi.ne riv-j
-? on; MvAisi:r.:s
The allies have
ft a s far north as
1 on the' Tight in
' the AVcL-vre re re-moditlcaticn
moditlcaticn re-moditlcaticn in
aklng a turning
he Sam me river
s -tutting off the
ival::, of,vthe--. en en-2
2 en-2 -German army.
proceeding; un un-:ce
:ce un-:ce of the all:'
3 G erman v,- 3 1-
ALIJI'.S ItKPUTSEI) XKAU A3 II ENS
Berlin, Oct. 1, (Via Amsterdam)
-IIor:il9 forces advancing to the
north r,r I south of Albert, a French
to.vn 1 miles northeast of (Amiens,
have ,:i repulsed. The general sit situation
uation situation 13 unchanged.
OX TIIE FARMERS
ljavp.0 JJuncIi of Ked Tape on the
Food Inspection Law
chington, jOct. 1. Senator D.
f -gun fire.,
iM oyer was
Uj off X Kiao
IT. Fletcher Avill accampany a dele dele-grAion
grAion dele-grAion of senators jWho will cal'l on
Secretary of Agriculture Houston
this morning to iprotest against food
: ction decision Xo. 156 just is is-.
. is-. J, .which requires all shipments of
U 1 o d products in containers to sho r
the iweight and cubic measure of the
ontents", thus requiring every farmer
.ad producer to he a bookkeeper.
The ruling, Senator 'Fletcher be believes,
lieves, believes, would .be a heavy 'burden on
Florida citrus growers and other
producers and ja 'big kick from all
over the country is expected. V ;
Closing out our sheet music ?$tock
at 10 cents per copy regardless"" of
cost. Our pianos and all remaining
stock going at unheard of prices.
This store closes Oct. 8th. Hurry if
your want bargains., A. QI. Lans Lans-ford.
ford. Lans-ford. V 9-26-tf
Fresh pansy and sweet pea seed at
ting & Knight's drug store. 92S-tf
Bitting & Knight's
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Washington,- Oct. 1. 'When the
'Florida congressmen visited the
White Mouse today to urge the ap appointment
pointment appointment of Senator ?CP, Bryan
circuit judge of the fifth circuit,
sUnited States court of appeals, to suc succeed
ceed succeed the late Judge Suelby, President
iWilson announced his intention of
appointing Judge R. W. "Walker, of
'Huntsville, Lla.,.to the position. The
fifth circuit includes Alabama, 'Flor 'Florida,
ida, 'Florida, Mississippi, Georgia, Louisiana'
PONDEROUS' GER3IAX" GUNS ARE
' POUNDING THE FORTS TO
London, Oct. 1. The fall of (Ant (Antwerp
werp (Antwerp is believed to be imminent, de despite
spite despite the strong fortifications that
protect the' town. The ponderous
German siege guns are pounding the
forts to ipieces. The 'Germans have
demanded the surrender of Antwerp
and King Albert refused.
OLD TBIE IJELGIAN TOWNS ARE
crioiBLING UNDER FIRE
OF ; ARTILLERY
Ghent, Oct. 1. Town -after-'lawn
In 'Northern Belgium, many dating
;back for centuries, are -being destroy destroyed
ed destroyed 'by llcrce. artillery duels 'between
the Germans and 'Belgians. 'Fighting
is progressing along a dxty-mile line
from LI '.rare to IMalines, to Termonde,
to Alost and dn the direction. ; of
W""7 h(mi. Tihe heaviest artillery
ij ; .. ;tion And the destruction is
tji ; ; ::ndous fight
It is estimated that more tha.i
150,000 men were engaged, yesterday-
in the Antwerp triangle During the
day desperate fighting took place
along a line extending from Ter-
monde to Aersehot. '
Oil tiie omim
? HIE liOilEi
another Victory cdaimed by
, ser1ta over the aus-
Nish, Oct. 1. Servian troops on
the Drina river repelled Austrians
near Paritscha twith enormous loss.
GER3IAN, FLEET FAILED TO LAND
TROOPS AT WINDAU
iPetrograd, Oct. 1 (Official) The
continued success of (Russian attacks
upon the German invaders in 'Rus 'Russian
sian 'Russian Poland is reported from the
front today. Large reinforcements
ae reported coming from the ;west
to aid the Germans.
A German fleet appeared off Win Win-dau,
dau, Win-dau, but was prevented, from landing
trobpsr'by the 'Russian forts. The
fleet withdrew. V
Dr. W. K. Lane- Specialist,, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office La w
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
BANK'S MUSTN'T. USE, THE CROI
FUNDS FOR THEIR 'INDIVID 'INDIVIDUAL"
UAL" 'INDIVIDUAL" BENEFIT
'r i ; ;' f j, -' :- '' -"J'- ' '" ."" -' ' ;t-
Wa-shington, Oct. 1. Foljowing
up his warning to National banks
against 'hoarding -money and restrict
ing credits; Secretary iMcAdoo 'has
ordered withdrawn $3,000,u00 of the
government funds deposited in agri agricultural
cultural agricultural centers to aid in crop mov
ing. The money will be redeposite!,
-Mr. CVioAdoo' announces, n; banks
which "will employ it fcr the move movement
ment movement of crops and for the 'benefit of
the business sltuatlonl"
The names of the banks from
which the deposits ? are withdrawn
are not given out.
AN AUSPICIOUS OPENING
A 'Large Attendance on the First Day
t fit Rollins College
iWInter Park, Oct. L Rollins Col College
lege College opened Its doors yesterday for
the thirtieth year of its work. The
occasion was fittingly ofhseiwed with
exercises held Id the auditorium, be beginning
ginning beginning at ,10 o'clock in the morning.
Probably never in the history of the
college uas the outlook at the open opening
ing opening of school (been more auspicious.
All preliminary indications point to
a considerably increased attendance,
while a gratifying num-ber of pupils
will return to "continue their work.
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' RomeOct.' 1, Austria has cpol cpol-ogized
ogized cpol-ogized to Italy,for the 'presenca of
w ..... -. j. .1 ITi It . . .. j. '' .. i
mines neaT cne ataiiau coast. iu:v:tc.z
was expressed for the sinking ol the
Italian ships. Austria offered to re remove
move remove the mines and, pay. an indem indemnity
nity indemnity to the victims' families.'
The indemnity Is expected to reach
a 'million dollars.
CASTING 3LVNY CANNON
. 'Rome, Oct. 1. The frank, admis admission
sion admission was made officially : today that
Italy doesn't expect Austria to fur
nish a satisfactory explanation of
mine laying, in the Adriatic Sea, re
sulting In disasters to' neutral ship-i
Factories are working night and
day to finish cannon ordered for the
Italian army. An order 'has )been
issued to fasten the preparation of
provisions for the army.
It ( 'was reported today that within
the last twenty-four hours two more
Italian schooners and Roumanian
ships were blown up, sixty sailors being-killed.
, V j
. Public feeling against, the, Aus Austrians
trians Austrians is reaching the high pitch.
MORTAL DANGER FROM 3HNED
The" sowing of 'floating mines by
the Austrians to narassl the French
and lEnglish warships in the Adriatic
has resulted in the sinking of an It Italian
alian Italian fishing (boat, and the -Italian
government yesterday entered a pro protest
test protest at Vienna.
C03I3IERCE IS PARALYZED
' 1 '
Naval experts' express the opinoin
that 'hundreds of mines from", the
Austrian xoast are floating toward
Italy and as a consequence all steam steamship
ship steamship lines, operating to Dalmatia,
(Montenegro, 'Albania and Greece
from Italian ports have suspended
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r icx iMAY jiavc in:::
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LMcxico 'City,. 0;.t. 1. The
difT.cultics in Mexico hrt,.
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It. it S i "'nil l.X MtilJ
tho conference at Torre on
seiitati yes ot.ot'IiT sides;; Jl
orally bcll-vcd th-L rioih:.
tion .will 'h"1 averted.
'have attacked Callillo :
rannemcnts for -pcaco -co:
f 4- If ,JT ." n. r w 1 '' 'I' W
VILLA. .MEN IXVAHE f,C)
threatened invasion of Tor.c
parted to have 1):.;;v.n. II o .I: .I:-airy,'
airy,' .I:-airy,' estimated at 1,300 r:
;i:rd ?an Luif; Pcta:! P. P.-way.
way. P.-way. toward 'Aj'-r. :'r;:ti.
jriifh'! rRi' A'V .'TMr
iJiiULdiii hi tiie
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BRITISH CRUISER TOOK TEX
3IERCHAXT VESSELS AXD
London, Oct. 1.- The .pture.of a
German gunboat and'tc.i merchant
men, including -the liner Arnfreid, by
the British cruiser Cumberland at
-..:;. ..... '.!. ....
the mouth of the "Xamerun .river, -in
West A.Tica, was apnonnced by the
admiralty today.' ...
t J1J1.UIL 1.7 A.M. K )L 1
; of nuf;:;iAX vicii:;
VI en tin O.t. 1. Th" -r:
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.Austrians in.u:.uicia inz
come fully knrv.n. n- I
ies, has vcen remove I .:
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Vienna, D : ; .
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Vienna ftr;-3 th..t
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IOG.U11 ETOiTSO. SI Ait, TUU: 3AY.
. WWWAiiI-e as seen
Svnciuver 3, lid
u. fletcher: i
sman, 2nd .District:
loner of Agriculture:
Senator, 20th District:
" ALFRED AYER.
jt Tax Col lector:
XV. L. COLBERT.
or County Treasurer:
j JOHN OI. GRAHAM. V -'
(w County Commissioners:
j 'W. D. CARX.
i. J. T. HUTCHINS.
" WALTER LUFFMAN.
IN. A. FORT.
S. R. PYLES.
J?or Members School Board:
G. S. SCOTT.
; B. R. BLITCH.
;j. S. GRANTHAM.
Lord Charles Beresford, a promi
nent British statesman, says that
. when the war is over the Kiel canal
-v ss-111 Jbe handed over to Denmark.
'St, .catch your rabbit.
Leslie's v eekiy, from which we
tjrint an extract elsewhere, is one of
&xse reactionary journals which not
only believes that, the people can't
tThfrfk for .themselves, but that they
have no right to.
" "The Germans made a pretty good
Jiolt ivtrhen they said that in making
reports. on thewar "a moratorium, of
truth had 'been declared."- if they
had only included themselves in the
description, Ut would have (been ab-
toliitely correct 'It is only fair tb
say that the Germans do not lie as
cinch as the allies. They do not saylthat he has. enough money in sight
ns much. V
Peter O. Knight of Tampa is home
from his visit to Europe, and, .in not-
his return, the Times" says: "In I
the opinion of Attorney Peter O.
'.Knight, who has just returned to his
liome city, Tampa, after having spent
nearly two months in ; the British
Isles, the present war in (Europe will We have it, 'unconfirmed, that he of of-2ast
2ast of-2ast about two years and perhaps a fered one community the $240 space
little longer. He figures that it will for $75. $75 would huy considera-
a fight to a finish and that while)
the allied troops will eventually win
there will be much fighting before
zhls is accomplished.".
The' Star is in weekly receipt of
The Fatherland," a neat little mag-
jizlne, which Is sturdily engaged in
f"Jht1no-' fho iTrA5 fhaftlfta Of ifSfir-
if in this country. -: It is. printed
ihe International iMonthly !1123
Vdway; 4. !New York. The Star
Id advise all German-Americans
lur a. vuy v ii. wtm mwc iu-
to anyone, else who is tak-
rfj:helgTeat struggle In En
.'Fatnenanu is migniy
the allies; however, it is
all Americans to read both
The Star does not entirely agree
vffiiiL Congressman Clark in what he
says against the "Buy a Bale" move movement.
ment. movement. It is very true that all the
tales hough t will -be but-a small pro
portion of the crop, ibut .every (bale
sold will be a, help, more morally a magazine and answer 5000 inquir inquir-than
than inquir-than materially.4, tMoral -help is a big les that the $500 properly spent
actor in times ofstressl IMr. Clark
correct in saying that the money
peht. in 'building
. ible is that hy the
rprises could be
e also, until the
tar approves of
o is able buy
iti)es brinsr in.
u ,eal, dflitical or
ou Id 'be
Port V t
year- in ad van""
months, in advae
lree Months, in vanee.
One month i .Yirvi
, i xj aq . .
nes. Therft ?Va erat manv onf-
wa actorlea f ihA TTnitA tM
but we need mrre in the South, to
"janufaoture tie staple in hauling
distance of tb fields. Enourh t
ton COUld Tx OTown. nrAiind Vn1 .tr
-Keep a grood-srWorl farttrvrv ihnsv
. o vw
BACK UP THE BOARD
The following from the pen of
Willis B. Powell, one of the most
skilled publicity obtainers and retain retainers
ers retainers in the South, should be 'food for
thought to all our business men,
many of whom have in times past
'bitten at all kinds of schemes to ob obtain
tain obtain publicity for Ocala. It tmay. be
said here that our Board of Trade
'has turned down a number of the
schemes that Powell denounces, and
'that its efforts to advertise our sec section
tion section have been very much tin har harmony
mony harmony with the iplans which he recom
mends. 'Powell says:
"A solicitor came to Clearwater.
He represented a concern which 'had
as a talking --point 50,000 'books for
free distribution advertising Tampa
and "South Florida. The .book was to
be -50 -per cent advertising and 50 per
cent text and, to 'be printed on fine
hook 'paper.' The advertising pages
were to sell at $100 a page. The
book would easily cost $10,000 to
produce, figuring 100 pages, and the
advertising, if all of the 50 pages
were taken, -would -produce a revenue
$5,000. The proposition was
turned down iby the Chamber of com
merce and an ape pal was made to the
city. iAs a final bait Clearwater was
offered ten pages for $200, or $20 a
page. In other twords the offer was
a gift of $1,800 to this city, provid-
ing the publishers would carry out
their contract and furnish 50,00,0
copies -of this .beautiful hook. There
was something wrong somewhere.
"A man named Thomas1 offered a
page in a hook that he was to place
in reading rooms in 117 states on an
autamoihile trip he was to make 'this
summer It cost $240 a page for his
idea. (Many a commercial 'body hit
on this stunt, and although the tour
has been postponed from Aug. 1st to
Sept. 15 and now Oct. 1st, it is said
for the jaunt." 'He has a $4,000 au
tomobile and a pleasant time ahead
of him. In the meantime Florida
communities iwill hegin to ibuild side-
(boards albout their, respective towns
to contain 'the Influx of new citizens
Thomas ds to send down here 40,-
000 he told the Suu- 40,000 count
'em on your fingers as they come in.
"We could cite a dozen instances
of towns" 'worked' already this sea-
son, and the season has not begun.
A day or so ago 'Ask Mr. Foster? was
in Clearwater and wanted ,$500 to
establish ar iFoster bureau here, and
to take, space in his guide hooks.
I T;haTl thoro c ilioln tha iTTVl cn'n
fair fund, the Chicago Tribune and
Chicago Record-Herald Florida edi-
tions, and so on ad lib.
"That is twhy Florida commercial
-.uouies are Keit poor, i nev nave not
learned to say no. Many of them
1 think it cheaper to put their money
in any fool advertising stunt that Is
presented to them than to pay an ex-
perienced publicity man a salary to
spend the town's .money in a -way
that will produce results.
"It Is so -much easier to contract
for $500 space in some souvenir edi
tion than to spend $500 in issuin
neat hook for the town; it is so much
easier to spend $ 500 in some other
foreign manner than to advertise in
I would Ibring in.
I "The writer knows he has keved
I some .fool advertising that an adver-
I tising committee enQ0r&e(if ancj f.j.t
cost as.nign at $ou inquiry
two: letters received in "reply' to a
$500 t advertisement in a -souvenir
ibe almost as ,dif- edition. And then again jhi jhi-Htton
Htton jhi-Htton goods as to cago paper 4.68 a query. jReal
vertising brings queries ctjcn tp 5
- 1 to 15 cents.
a : ? "Which is cheaper? v To emplot
commercial VeCTeteryjar ''e ur
r.'0u 0 tf
I cisploy .'.a.eatiim
isxt rr "awful
longer do we listen to the eldef
men. The wild-eyed shonters
or anarchy. the cheap charlatans
and misguided pleaders for unattain
able Ideals are -monopolizing the puh puh-licsquares
licsquares puh-licsquares and getting a footing in
the pu'pit and the forum.
The great editors of ?b& past have
few successors. Yellow journals and
muckraking magazines have taken
the place of books; Tennyson, Dick--
ens and Thackeray are covered with
dust, while fiction 'of the dime novnl
order is thumbed till it is ragged at
the edges and 'blazoned as ."the be3t
sellers." v V
Poetrj' is spurned. The great pul pulpit
pit pulpit orators have passed away. The
Bible Is no longer on the' parlor
table ibut is laid away, in the dusty
garret. The churches are half-filled
and the red-light districts are crowd crowded.
ed. crowded. (Degenerating theaters are. heing
rapidly supplanted, toy (moving pic
tures so had that they must tbe cen
sored, and popular restaurants, to
maintain their popularity ave 'been
turned into dance houses.
Extravagance and luxury run riot
and parential authority is sneered at;
Captains of industry are exiled aira
the constitution is a played-out docu
ment of the elder statesmen who
have had their day and (been refer-
endumed and recalled.
Turmoil and upturn are the watch
words of the hour, 'in church and
state. Business men suffer and yield
supinely to wretched conditions that
they could toy united action quickly
reverse. INew laws and still more
new laws! iNevv constitutions with
special delivery attachments and
direct primaries tied up with red
Newspapers must ibe yellow and
cheap and magazines full of muck.
Gallantry has gone, respect for wom
en is disappearing While her virtues
are cheapened and her attractions
What a picture for a nation th.it
has heen more blessed by providenco
than any other "under the sun!
It is hardly necessary to remind
the reader that Leslie's Weewly is, a
dyed-in-the-wool republican organ
and a devoted 'bootlicker of the cap capitalists.
italists. capitalists. All necessary, in its opin opinion,
ion, opinion, to make this nation safe, sane,
religious and prosperous would be
the election of a republican presi president
dent president and Congress? in-1916.
The Star has received a circular
from the Fire Prevention Society of
Jacksonville, which gives good ad advice
vice advice in regard to preventing fires.
Among other things, it says:
"The Florida Fire Prevention So Society
ciety Society desires to emphasize, in "view of
the unfortunate condition existing
throughout (Europe, the necessity for
absolute cleanliness and especial
care tot prevent 'fire in every oiiercan oiiercan-tile
tile oiiercan-tile and manufacturing establishment
In the state, whether it fbe in full or
partial operation or entirely closed
down, and .to stress 'particularly the
individual responsibility for preven
table fires of every description.
, ""With plants ready to resume op operations
erations operations with unimpaired capacity
Florida will occupy a commanding
position' in the commerce of the
world upon cessation of hostilities in
Euro'pe." Her pfeducts,- lumber,, nav naval
al naval stores and phosphate, will jbe in
immediate demand and at 'higher
price ievels than have ever hereto heretofore
fore heretofore prevailed. It is imperative,
therefore, that every plant 'be con
served and protected from loss or
damage by fire if our merchants and
manufacturers would reap the golden
profit.- ; v
"Merchants and (manufacturers
should make it a 'point to drive these
facts home, in the mind of the In
dividual employee," to see that all
rubbish and inflammable material of
every character is properly taken
care of ana not careiessiy swept
into piles or thrown Into corners to
become a fire menace which under
proper conditions will develop a con
flagration, T)o not put your trust in
a "nre-prooi ouiiaing juur c-
sponsibility is just as great as in a
. The circular doesn't say so, but
another great Teason for carefulness
tnat. wmie me insurance w-ui-
panies are perfectly solvent, they
are, like all the rest of the country,
not able to obtain cash as easily as
in normal times, and a series of big
fires might compel some of them to
delay payments. It is every man, s
duty to be doubly careful, and the
firebug, or the man who, sets fire to
his own establishment to obtain the
insurance, is more a public enemy
: : Fourteen 'pounds of sug?r for $lf
with casnpurcnases or oti r grocer groceries
ies groceries to the amount of $ Saturday
and Monday only. .h Grocery
. TO", Great nations of the
r.-.-rld ..'v'c : :!;en up arms agains:
or.?-another, and war now draws mil mil-lionsi.;d:
lionsi.;d: mil-lionsi.;d: men into battle whom the
couns.js; of.ratesmen have not been
able to zvq from the terrible, sacri sacrifice:
fice: sacrifice: : aV" r
Wherr-is, .ii this,1 as In all things,
it labour yiivilege and duty to seek
counsel ad tuccor of Almighty Go 1,
humlilinr ourselves before Him, con confessing
fessing confessing o: 'weakness and our lack
of spy 'wis om equal to these things;
:Wherear It is. the especial- wish
and longi: rof the people of the
United Stat ;-s, 'in prayer and 'counsel
and all friendliness, to serve the
cause of pcice;..
Therefore ; IWoodrow. -Wilson,
president or the United States ;of
(America dq -designate Sunday, the
4th day of Octcber next, r. day of
prayer and supplication, and do re re-quest,
quest, re-quest, all God-fearing persons to re repair
pair repair on that, day to their -pT- -- :. of
worship, there to. unite their p--itio::o
to Almighty God, that overruling the
counsel of men, setting z i aight the
things they c innot govern, or -alter,
taking pity on :he nations now in the
throes of conflict, in (His mercy and
goodness showing a. way where men
can see none, He vouchsafe 'His child children
ren children healing peace. again and restore
once more that concord among men
and nations without which there can
be neither happiness nor true friend friendship
ship friendship nor any wholesome fruit of toil
and; thought in the world; praying
also to this end that He forgive us
our sins,- our ignorance of ilis holy
will, our wilfulness and many errors
and lead us in the paths of obedience
to places of vision and to thoughts
and counsels that purge and make
wise. : .
iln witness whereof I 'have hereun hereunto
to hereunto set my hand and caused the seal
of the 'United States to be affixed.
Done at the City of .Washington
tnis eighth day of September in the
year of our ILord one thousand nine
hundred and fourteen and of the In
dependence of the United States of
America the one hundred and thirty-
ninth. Wood-row Wilson.
By the President: ,!.
'Wiliam Jennings' Bryan,
Secretary of State.
SEMINOLES ARE SUFFERING
Effect of the
Tampa Tribune: The European
war reached into regions .that one
would scarcely dream of. A (Fort
Qlyers stbry in the Tribune yesterday
tells of the plight .. of 'the iSemlnole
Indians. They have been hit toy the
European disturbance and hit 'hard.
This, does not seehi plausible and
yet'lt is easily explained. The Sem-
inoles derive a large part of their rev
enue from the sale of ihides. The
demand for hides has been entirely entirely-cut
cut entirely-cut off ;by the war. ''Hence, the Sem-
inoles are suffering and '.the' people
of Fort flyers are taking steps to re
lieve their immediate distress.
Commoner: Secretary of the
Treasury fMcAdoo has announced that
warehouse receipts for cotton, tobac
co, turpentine and -rosin will 'be ac accepted
cepted accepted as a basis for currency issue
This'was done so that producers need
not 'be compelled to market their
stuff at whatever 4rice the specula-
lators cared to pay them, with the
iatter Teaping all of the benefit. This
action was taken (without consulting
Wall street, which indicated where
the difference lies ibetween a demo
cratic administration's way of doing
things and the way a republican ad
ministration does things.
DB. D. M- BONEY :
Eyesight specialist; office and labora
tory 2-G Gary building. A specialty!
of correcting vision wnere others
PRETTY CORNER IiOT
The pretty corner (two lots; Im Immediately
mediately Immediately west of the new North
Ocala church for sale. Very cheap
for cash. R. R. Carroll. 9-S-tf
Fourteen pounds of sugar for $ 1
with cash purchases of other grocer
ies to the amount of$l, Saturday
and Monday only. Smith Grocery
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 closes Oct. Sth- Hurry if
you want bargains. ' A. 01.'- (Lans (Lans-ford.
ford. (Lans-ford. : 9-26-tf
Have you seen the new. autographic
kodak tt We now. have them in' Etock:
Gerif'" ,f-bl? drugstore. 9-2D-tf
.ONE'': OF O;U''I.CANIJS0:
ORNAMENT YOUIl IlOria; IT AVII
SAVE YOU vroir:
YT havi: ;;o ::
rr ir i f
the o:; you v;, nt.
9 v v
Will soon he. here or
rent. fWhy not pre-
: on will
They are now ch,eap -f'
For the same current
they-will give three 'tlm
; Come in 'and let un
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No. 9 North Main Siix
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:-rTcacio Fcr Den1!-
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Packing and Storing r
Slilpplng of Freight,
. Furniture, Pianos
R003I AND BAi;: YQ
: VkmmmM WmBt v kb,... .fl ft :
Comp!iely Renovated ana i
Running W ater in T
. 1.4, k.j
art of tMr.'
Rav-ice 1 nave vpjir-.guvj
tor th. best IC
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L!G :TS 01
:i: at the Bottom,
May Have the Die Die-Hack
Hack Die-Hack .":'.:
.?, ilonal News Service, by Frank
pt Menke. r.
Oct.- rl. Fandorn" in
..i! :laudlr. the' great !A th thine,
ine, thine, and predicting what it
the world series, seea 1o
r overlook the -fact, '.that
Ctr.Ilings of the '."jBraves has
..L! .1 one of. the greatest", '-base-'lines
that ever 'represented
.Vational League... jr .....
, & icings roaeSiiie Is sew. '-It
n't, run quite as smooth as the
. j IMJIadelphia machine bemuse
:j.cre all -new" and all the
.:r.t i on some of the cogs hasn't
t to wear away. But, never never-:s
:s never-:s that' iBoston machine has a
tc.-. 'if!' ('rive,, a terrific power, and
: .;r:.:.-: ? that is marvelous. And
;-:. ic: i will soon, 'find that the Ath-
tic :.: .rhine hasn't;1'." such a huge
f l-ro. on the little heralded, hut great
P.ccton machine. ,. r.;V;'X! ;
The 'Athletics wl probably Snish
the season with-a' higher, rating than
They will have won
ame3 and 'lest -fewer; 'On .the;
this would seem to show that
the Athletics are far
superior as a
under the sur-
iut, in di:
you will find that
lace the latter part of July have j
layed hetter and .-more '.'consistent
s c .ball th an have the Athletics.
When th- 1914 season opened
ii'inie IMa' t had his machine intact.
sent it along on Its course. He
1 n't need-to experiment,, didn't
1 to tinker. The machine was'-per
: at how different was
rtallinsd. ;; : .r .'
3u'.i:ings had to spend nearly
three months of the 1914 season In
expcrinieats.; He. had. plenty, of ..raw
-material but what' was the.; right
combination? ; That was : his big
problem. Outside of E vers at second
and LMaranvlle at : short he vrasn"t
nre -which men have .qualified for
her .different 4 positions. He '..placed
Schmidt at first and kept: him;. .there,
although' the hlg ..'German made'. m:s-t-Jduring'the
early part of the
;V.r t:'af Iot;games for .his eam.
StLlli'ngs ?:v; a diamond in the
Con.-tar.., y laying and the re-
y Wer';!;-, will- ;
The following -i:r
r zi"2. 't -la rtT V
A. M. Lansford,
... . ..." .'
Miss Mary Affleck, Millinery I .
B. ; Goldman, "Wl re?M .V .....
Little's Shoe Parlor&V f:'. s V. ..... ri.
; : 1 ' s
To illustrate how the plan will save you money and bring back the equivalenviiash; 'ust vrhit
the paper has cose you either the Evening Star or Weekly Star: Suppose your first cail, after receiv receiving
ing receiving the 'coupon book is at the grocery -store,-you trade twenty dollars worth, you give the clerk $19 or
your check, and ha will tear out of your book $1 worth of coupons and your bill is paid. Vqu ; have
gotten back a dollar of -your subscription money. Your next purchase is at the furniture house, whose
name you see on the back of the coupon ( and you are pleased when you see they rill give' 10 per
cent: discount) ; you buy -a bed for $10 59 in cash and $1 worth of coupons squares you at this place.
You've saved $2 already. iYaxv purchase at the drugstore is $5 $4.75 and a 25c coupon straight straightens
ens straightens you there. Suppose the purchase is only $1 at the next store; 95 cents in cash and a 5 cent
coupon pays it Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; it would take your entire
$5 coupon book, but it would save jen a FIVE; DOLLARS BIIL. tV
Just keep in mind; -when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat your cakt and keep it too,"
if you take advantage of our METlOI ANTS' CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
paper, come in, pay up and get a )ook. If you are not now taking the Ezening Star or the Weekly
Star, come in and do it now, and j friz coupon book. You can send, yo ?r remittance by registered
letter, check or express money
' v. r i S -3
i 1 Lji
develdj:, .Schmidt Into tme
most reliable first
2 c Vers in the
Stallings didn't know :what Gowdy
could do behind the bat. He had to
experiment, He -wasn't sure which
of his outfielders -were the? three he
needed for regular duty. : Again h'e
had; to '' experiment. ;The pitching
question was a hard one for him to
oTvW- -He didn't knQw that the right
combination was James, Tyler and
Rudolph until -he had tried out some
of the others who pitched 'poorly and
lost game3 for diim:.-' CV'- '-
der, it would make a few perfect ev-olutions-r-and
then cue or another
of the cogs would slip. He had to
tear the machine down again and re rebuild.
build. rebuild. ; ' v-.-
It was along about July 7th -that
Stallings got his machine into real
(working order. And then he gent it
along on Its way. The result tw-as
that the Braves have played the most
sensational 'baseball, in the history
of .the game. The team, seemingly
hopelessly jammed into the last
p'ace started with the precision of a
clock and the speed of a cyclone.
Terrible and relentless it morved
along, .smashing to shreds every bit
of opposition that offered,- never
stopping, never 'hesitatvng in Its
whirlwind dash fromltSe 'lowliest
depths to the crest ot the SXatlonal
Leage.i: - ;'' -: ;:.
iWhen Stallings got his machine
in motion the club, in last place, nad
a standing of 2 8 games .won and 40
lost a percentage of .4X2. The Ath Athletics
letics Athletics on the same day July 7th
had a .standing of 63 1", having won
41 games and lost only 25.
From that point on it is fair to
judge the respective qualities of the
two teams and the judgment favors
the iBraves by a hetrlthy margin. On
that day. the Athletics were 14 full
games, or 219 points ahead of the
Braves. But look at the standings
today and you will find that the
Braves havo reduced that edge to
almost nothing. ';V,
The Athletic machine started on a
winning streak at about the same
time as did the Braves. It kept
apace with the Braves for many
weeks and then the Philadelphia "ma-
jchint;. stopped. Something was
rong and something still seems to
wrong. The Athletics after gain gain-inj"
inj" gain-inj" lead of nearly 14 games over
the'v Clearest rivals, seemed to
Weaker teams came -along
Until the early part of, July Stal-j Hay after day thV Craves macuine
lings had to juggle, eriLrr after
tlnkerV Time and again kai4 1 jT)?.) grow
to .have 'his machine in working'. or-T'smbc'1'(a'"ct 'n this
Will :(E2w Away
. -. i -
sch and EVERY subscriber who pays a year ior the Pally Star, ., $5 Coupon
its face value" by xiny of the Ocala Business Ilouses mentioned below, or for : a
t i on a 9 1 .3 0 book redeemable for Xhat anioujit. Past due subscriptions, Bai Bai-.
. Bai-. book for each year paid.
of Ocala will 'allow you the-discounts set opposite their names on all cash pur-
r. Subscription Coupon's are presented at the' time of making purchases:'
uion Jflardware Company, Hardware. . ....
J. Gerig, Drugs (Postolfice drugstore & nnex Drugstore)
Knight "& Lang, Vagons, Buggies, etc . '. -v: . . . V' . . .
A. E. Burnett, Jewelry v . . . . .; ;
E. G. Rivers, Gents Furnishings t . ... . . .... ....
Hayes & Guynn, Dry Goods. . .
Theus-Zaohry Company, Furniture ; V"
Music Dealer. . ;s.,."; ,V.
i 'titrd coupon book will be mailed' to your address.
. tt'.of- the
; ti. Uthlet-
- -. 8 tO lOS-
iy h'a;je "gone
iyi n z hettcr
vicing constant constant-months.
months. constant-months. But
he-same precis precis-i'Ower
i'Ower precis-i'Ower that it
:33 had. grown
along day arter .; -baseball
than the .I,y
machine has been .v
ly for nearly thro
never once 'has-tlie -:r
It moves today wii
ion, the same stcrrir. stcrrir.-did
did stcrrir.-did in July (before it.
angle, it seems that Corge Stallings
twill send into theworld series a ma machine
chine machine iwhlca may rank with the great
wonderful -maculae that has (brought ;
so much Ijaseban- honor and glory to
Bhiladelpliiay,, : : -:;
' J)EAFXES-;:"CAXXOT, BE;. CURED;;
byjlocal applications, as they cannot
reach the dUeased portion of the
ear. There is only one way to cure
deafiiesSi and that is by cqnstitution cqnstitution-alremij'lies.
alremij'lies. cqnstitution-alremij'lies. 'Deafness is caused by
an 'inflamed condition of the mucous
lining ofthe (Eustachian : tube--iThen
this tube Is inffamed you ean !hear a
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing
and when it Is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness is the" result; and Ainless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can the- taken out and this
tube restored to it3 normal condition,
Rearing will be destroyed forerer;
nine cases out of te'n' are caused by
t-atarrh which Is nothing ibut an in
fiamed condition cf the mucous sur surfaces..
faces.. surfaces.. ;- y s: -- ;:-
We will give one hundred dollars
for any.case of deafpess (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured ;by
dlall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars-free.
F. .J Cheney and Co.,
Toledo, Ohio. '"''pld'.-by-'an' druggists,
75c Take 'Hairs ; Family Pills for
constipation. : adv
OPEX Dai AXD GIIT
Merchant's- Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any doer. Adv.
MIAT WOULD TOU DO?
There are many times when one
man questions another's actions and
motives. M en act differently .under
different circumstances. The ques question
tion question is, what -would you do right now
if you had a severe cold? Could
you do .better than to take Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy? It is 'highly
i recommended 'by people who have
used it. for years and know its va?ue.
iMrs. O. E. Sargent, Peru, Indi rsar:
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Iz
worth its weight in gold and I .take
pleasure in recommending .it." For
sale toy all dealers. adv
and heat them si:: 'time
last seven attempts, ;ar
les have com e per 11 'Ku'
ing out in their pjr.ac...
The Braves, ';;:t ;d
opposition than xl
failed to "crack." T"
-5 per. cent
5 per cent
.XO per cent
.10 per cent
. 5 per cent
. 5-per cent
. .IV. a- cnt
Ocalii, : j jtrida
Result of Yesterda, 'a i.;.sjc
. Big Iieauc
Brooklyn 2; 'Philadelphia
St. iLouis 1 Pittsburg 0.
iDoston 7; 'XeC York 1. First.
Boston 7; .New ,Y ork 7. Second.
Chicago 5; Cleveland G.
(Detroit '5; St. lyouis 2.
Fh ila delphla 3 ; Wa ihin
Lake Wete-, Sept. 30. Mrs. J.'W.
Carson, of CCashville Tenn., arrived
Thursday 'evening to spend the (Win
ter at her cottage o nthe 'lake. j h
;- l)r. and Mrs. F. P. Kefr.'.oMMary Kefr.'.oMMary-land,
land, Kefr.'.oMMary-land, arrived Friday, and are pleas pleasantly
antly pleasantly located in one of iMrs.Carsonrs
cottages, until their diouse is com completed,
pleted, completed, which they began last spring.
Dr. Herr has also contracted for a
boath.-iuse and dock to -be finished
ibefortj 'November 1st.
(Miss K. L. IScott returned a fcw
ago from -Staunton
oke, Ya., where she had
summer with friends. 1 ' ;
airs: Joe Garnet and son, Bonald,
and daughter, -Miss' Mary, arrived
Friday to spend a week with Mrs.
Garnet's sister, Mrs. H. W. Henry,
befre going to Ocala for the winter.
Mrs. R. L. iMartin returned home
Satr-day from Ocala, where she haJ
Bpr 5.T;eek with Mrs. Bettie Camp Camp-beirll
beirll Camp-beirll Mother friends.
Bay. Edward Heuderson, assisted
iby (Rev. iMartin, .cf .the Baptist
church at Island Grove, will hold a
series of meetings at the Baptist
church, beginning Wednesday night.
Rev. "R F. Bogers, of Ocala, will
conduct the services Sunday morn morning;
ing; morning; ' .V " '
'Miss Sallie Sigmon, of South 'Lake
Weir opened the public schol there
this morning. win an enrollment' of
30 pupils, and .hopes to have at least
40 before the end of the week.
BETTER BABIE CONTEST
Have j'ou a baby in your home?
If 6, read this announcement. -The
second Better Babie3 contest
for Ocala .will be held Nov. 11th,
12th and-13th, under the auspices of
the Ocala Woman's Club in the new
The Better Babies
popular yet scientific
Insure better babies
race. It consists of
contest is a
and af better
awardipg prizes' to
children from six months to three
years on exactly the same basic prin principles
ciples principles that are applied .live stock
shows. tMere beauty .5 not count.
Phj'sical and menta-X development
only are considered. The Better
Babies contest Insures a. better race
of Americans, because it teaches par parents
ents parents how to improve the physical
condition of children. It arouses in interest
terest interest in the' conservation of child
life and health, and in all forms; of
child welfare, .lt.forges-a correcting
link between parents and teachers,
between home and -the scientific
study of, child life. ;
Avail yourself of this splendid op opportunity
portunity opportunity enter, your ; baby ", in the
contest this year. .rFor further, inf or-:
mation and application ; card;1, ad address,
dress, address, iMrs. R. L; Anderson, Ocala.
APPLY SLOAN'S FREELY FOR
Your attacks of lumbago, are not
nearly so -hopeless as they seem.
You can relieve them almost instant instantly
ly instantly by a simple application of Sloan's
Liniment on the (back and ioins.
Lumbago is a form of rheumatism,
and yields; perfectly, to Sloan's,, which
jpenetrates quickly all in thru" the
sore-lender, muscles, limbers up the
back and makes it feel fine. Got a
bottle of Sloan's' Liniment for 25
cents of any druggist and have it-in
the house against colds, sores and
swollen joints, V rheumatism',- neural neuralgia,
gia, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments. Your
money 'back if not satisfied, -but It
does .give almost .instant relief -tues-thrus-fri-wkly
Markley (to pestering: insurance
man) "Look here, when' you talked
the company you were with
the best in, the world." A'ent
"My dear sir, it was at that time,
but the company I am now witfi, hay haying
ing haying since had the benefit of my cerv cervices,
ices, cervices, has. of course, taken the honor
away from it."
YOUR FALL COLl NEEDS,
'No use to fuss and try to -wear ::
out. It will wear you out intf :d.
Take Dr. King's New Discover; re relief
lief relief follows quickly, li chec your
cold and soothes your con-, away.
Pleasaut, anticeptic '.an' :healing.
Children like it. Get v. ,-z bottle of
D i v ry and keep
r.ou:;:: atx.i;.i:c ;.n:ixr:D
Pu:::::.:n car.-; frm Chicago, St, 'L.j!;, CI,.!
intermediate "''poin ts.'-.to: 'Jacksonville;'-::.':;: l'":'--; ;
t, 1)o:;g a:;d orr.:n?:;:i):;c
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V.Tif f J! fr'-""-- '! ir.iTr-.-rf1 f.f
-years, wKj vcisaaly txciZZzz, crl Czilz ;x
this tiine, 1 ccu!d cr.ly ill vi fcr r. Lit" :
vhlls, juid cculd net cr;r.vI::ro at
;cn.Al timts, I vculi Inv3 csverc ps
la my left ciis. '
. C1T:2 cioctcf 7C3 celled 13,'rrj trcct trcct-?ment
?ment trcct-?ment rdiaved tzz for. a T.k2j, L;;t I v;zz
'&ppn;connccd to my Led rilr.. Alter
Announces the moving of the ;ir :hi
officesand treatment rooms to. iho Z. :
Building on Mair Stre::t, -op; cr
of Public bquar;; ::iL;T.::r
- Murray Co., and.Tro::lur ry:l..
Larger Quarters, :rcre 3'ti-Iy Equi; I
' : Strictly Upon Ethical L!::t ;
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: tlstic "and ,m?raiyare 'rail ; right-when", I any" ;. mc r e tfs 2.;:
can-get tothem. hut thv ;:. -,t thin-: I :-
a :r.an cr woman. nv.Li co U to get
caough to cat and sc r.e r--C3 'in
v.'hlch to live. And this livirr- rr-"t
of necer :y be the bZ'dz fcr any L!I j V -cr.
catiinc2tc. Th3 education, th:.:.-i-:..
fere, which iril:rrj a f er:: -: n fc r '"
thi3 support c!:ouId to C: L t!
thought c! cur cyctcm cf : :
On it 'shcijJ be built d -: -Etudies,'
as It T.-ere, of nur c l:::. J'
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results put. your iidveFtisemeBr in -die Star
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GCAXiA XTTXZOXG STAR, THURSDAY, OCTOUEn J. 1014
Ila social affairs I
lhave any Items for this department call phone 106)
Iit for the Day
the rnonth of joy and
her stone the opal.
Id saying regarding the
1 Uj horn of woe,
I's vicissitudes mu3t Joiow,
ce an opal on her foreast,
pe will lull her cares to rest.
r-aiit uei&uuyrs auu inenas
near the old Ocala high
Wilding and bad a get '' io io-rty
rty io-rty and purlo Tuesday eve
in the woods near the old Gary
L The imoon was especially ibright
it evening and the fagot fire
ramed a radiance in the forest and
Wanted iwood that was- most wierd
!ascinating. Games were play-
;4 all manner of tricks perform perform-Lie
Lie perform-Lie the purlo was cooking. At
sail 'W as done, the tafole
ESt rolls, pickles, and
bss, the folks fell to and
ist. It -was indeed a feast y
with the extension work in -the state.
Thi3 honor has been justly placed,
for no .woman in Florida has done so
much for rural community interests.
m m m
IMis3 'Ella IMendenhall has arrived
from iEustis and will on JMonday take
charge, of the North Ocala school.
Mrs. John Boisseau and little
daughter are -home from a -pleasant
visit to relatives at Gainesville, and
the little, girl, who has been quite
oicW is better.
Bishop Cameron iMann has notified
Dean 'Henry JR. iRemsen that he and
Mrs. ZMarn expect to reach Orlando;
tomorrow. Bishop and IMrs. f IMann
have been to lEngiand. They will re receive
ceive receive a cordial .welcome .home. Or Orlando
lando Orlando !Reporter-8t a r.
Iss Mabel -Beck of Cottage IHil IN
Who will teach Hn the 'Ocala school
ithls term, will make her 'home at the
'and How of soul, and tiltf residence of Cvlrand Mrs. K. S. iHa
t- --a nr,d this rwlnter In the capacity of gov-
around the festive hoard. Kt. r3
rs. li. W. IMcClane and tf r.
F. C. Carter acted In the
: ohaperones and assisted
! in adding much ipleasui
it enjoyable and congenial
I y.' Yocum, .who accom accom-?
? accom-? daughter, IMrs. W. T.
W York for the summer,
i?,hington en route home
..i her daughter, Qlrs.
it. 'R. Chase';xf Port Inglis is
jot the Harrington, coming up
lay on a combined pleasure
G. (Henry ;Davi3 with; iMisses
IMcGrey and tBthel IAdkins,
a. jolly party imotoring over
J. QEl. -Moorhead has 'been ihon ihon-sVv'Miss
sVv'Miss ihon-sVv'Miss Agnes IHarriss of Talla-I'-by
tbeing chosen as one of the
?it"the Ibest canning club experts
(Miss 'Marshall, the -matron at
(Marion Couny (Hospital, is expectc
home "Within tne
nd friends in
. a m m
nexxrew oays ironi
tMr. Carl Sewell -will leave :Monday
for a w;eek's vacation with school
friends in 'Macon, Ga.
Qlrs. R. 'A. Bufford, Jr., and little
daughter Virginia, left this morning
for their ihome in Boston after a
summer spent in the city -with Col.
and Clrs. !R. A. Burford and family.
liek James G. Glass and family
left '-ewanee, Tenn., today and twill
arrive hqme tomorrow afternoon.
,: v '
iMrs. (H. M. Hampton has ibeen
quit4 ill for the past few days iwith
an attack of appendicitis.
Society is at a standstill this
weak, so many coming home 1 and
wlili, the reopening of and the rear rearranging
ranging rearranging of the homes all things per-
taining of a special jsocial nature
are for the time laid aside. Ocala's
housewives are most t: z faugh. In
their every -undertaking ana along
with school and club pfeiraratlon&
and peace Tveek services, t;ings are
not lacking' in general interest alto altogether.
gether. altogether. :-! -r
Xotice to Pytbian Sisters
The PythiaV Sisters will not meet
in their temple' until the first Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday in October. By order of the 01;
iMr. and .QlruL. W. 'Ehival refarnJ
are glad toJ
. . .. r
e;d today frc;-tfieir vacation in ffCn-
tucky. Their trends
have them 'hemecagain.
The friends of IMr. and tMrs. J. F.
Jenkins ha ve received the following
invitation to the marriage of Mr.
Jenkins sister-in-law, iMiss Elizabeth
'Alexander, to IMr. R. G. Zetrouer:
'IMrs. George Gilman Alexander
requests the pleasure of your com company
pany company at the marriage of ther daughter
Elizabeth 3Iavgart, to Mr. Robert
Gay Zetrouer, on Wednesday eve evening,
ning, evening, October fourteenth, oae thou thousand
sand thousand nine hundred and? fourteen, at
nine o'clock. Six hundrod and 'twelve
Olonuraent Park, Camden, South Carolina."-
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'Dr. Carney Wilson :Mimms af ter
a summer's visit (with relatives at
Estell Springs; Tenii.y fs now located
in the city hospital at Louisville, Ky.
He -will be 'joined in a few days by
(his wife and mother, both of whom
Are so pleasantly ': rem embered py a
large circle of friends in this city,
where they 'have been popular guests
V Mr. and rrs.. CE. II. Carney.
iMrs. H. A. Kramer and IMiss
Amanda Duerks left this afternoon
for a visit to Tarpon Springs, St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg and Tampa. They iwill te
gone several days.
It is hoped this evening twill find
every seat in the Baptist church fill filled
ed filled with worshipers to join In the
universal offer of prayers for peace
throughout the world in this crisis.
It was on the hillsides of Galilee and
Judea; shut in iby the darkness ahd
with the Syrian -waters above (Him,
that; the .Son of CSIan spent long
agonizing $i ours in .prayer, and it .be-:
hooves us to simulate his example.
The theme this evening will be, "I
Will IDraw All Men Unto Me."
IMr. and IMrs. J. C (Mathews of
Flemington iwere prominent-county
people in the city Wednesday.
Among the out of town visitors In
the city yesterday were IMr. and tMrs.
L. K. Edwards and family, IMr. J. E.
Terrj of iRaiford, Ir. and tMrs. T. B.
Dowling of iWilliston and Mr. Harry
P. Johnson of 'Floral City. ; ;;
Bishop C Kinloch kelson iwith
Bishop Warren A.' CShandler and Gov Governor
ernor Governor Slaton of Georgia are making
strenuous efforts to malce 'peace Sun
day one grand success. A service
iwill be 'held Sunday afternoon in
Atlanta in the Auditorium Armory
and the movement is meeting wlth
the true steadiness and dignity in
keeping with the occasion, and all
Atlanta is to take part in the. vast
demonstration. The musical chorus
will consist of over 300 voices.
Bishop (Nelson is thoroughly in ac
cord with the peace movement. It
is Indeed a time for all our people to
offer up prayers that may he heard
for the restoration of peace in the
warring nations and to all the world.
Jt W aim J
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lts gar-lts right. too. we do not mark them op
'i ark them down. but mark them down down-vlow
vlow down-vlow in the beginning so they will
s'k&nd make customers for us.
e our suits and you will buy them.
FUXERAIj OF FOGG
(Funeral services over the remains
of iMrs. Qlollie A. Fogg were held at
the IMethodist church this morning at
10 o'clock. Rev. "Gross delivered
a short sermon at' the churcfh, and
the services -were concluded at the I
grave in Evergreen cemetery.
V THEM AND YOU WILL LIKE THEM AND
YOUR FRIENDS TO US.
)NT FAIL TO CALL AT ONCE AND INSPECT
jlOST BEAUTIFUL AND UP-TO-DATE LINE OF
J;S AND MISSES COAT SUITS. CLOAKS.
;TS AND WAISTS IN ALL THE NEW STYLES.
Ns AND COLORS. THESE GOODS WERE
V RIGHT. THE STYLES ARE RIGHT. AND
ICES ARE AS LOW AS POSSIBLE.
3 GREAT VARIETY XHILDREWS CLOAKS.
Mrs. tSallie Ray, wife of Mr. 'J. B.
iRay of Znber, died Tuesday night,
and was buried In Greenwood ceme cemetery
tery cemetery (Wednesday, aiclver & GlacKay
had charge of the arrangements.
iMr.' and IMrs. Ray came to Ziiber
four or five years ago Xrom Augusta,1
Ga They iwere a iwortny couple, and
their friends sympathize deeply swith
CMr. Ray in his 'bereavement.
MEDAIi CONTEST AT BELhFAlEW
A medal contest will ;be held at
the town hall, 'Bellevlew, on Friday
evening, October 9th. The program
will consist of music, reading, and
the class of young ladies will contest
for a silver medal. Xo admission at
the door. Collection at the close.
W. C. T. U. Supt. -Medal Contests.
..-iMiss Qrinnie Gamsby will give a
limited number of pupils lessons In
singing. Special attention to correct
voice production. Garcia's .method.
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TELL YOU WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE, HOW LONG IT WILL
TAKE AND WHAT IT WILL COST YOU. IF IT NEEDS ONLY
REGULATING WE WILL TELL YOU SOAND DO THAT FOR YOU.
WHEN WE REPAIR YOUR JEWELRY IT VILL BE DONE
RIGHT AND THE CHARGE WILL BE FAIR.,
OUR jewelry" will stand the scrutinizing test
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OPKXIXG OF THE SCHOOLS
The Ocala irraded and high school
will open Mcrada Oct. 5th, .in the
new high" school. tbulldlng. The pri primary
mary primary school R'ill occupy the- same
building until the primary annex is
LMonday will be spent in the ex examination
amination examination and classification of pupils,
in giving:, oui lists of text 'books and
materials and' in assigning. lessons.
rll pupils not regularly promoted In
this school or presented certificates
of "promotion freni other schools will
be Tequlred to take an. entrance ex examination
amination examination in the subjects' of the
grade from -which they wish, to be
promoted. The entrance examina examinations
tions examinations .will foe given Monday and Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoons.
The course of -study offered toy the
high school will be the one adopted
at Fort QIyer3 last 'March 'by the con convention
vention convention of county superintendents
arid high school principals, modified
to suit the number of teachers in
this school. In this course, sixteen
units are necessary for graduation.
Ten of .these are required of ah pu pupils
pils pupils and the other six are elective.
Those entering the high school will
be required tq consult with the prin principal
cipal principal and iwtth 'parents Ibefore select selecting
ing selecting .the course of study. fFhe .princi .principal
pal .principal .will be; in his office Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon and Saturday forenoon to con-
suit -with (parents or ipupila concern
ing the course 'of study, -Those not
ahie to -do so at that time' may; do so
It is .held that pupils, at least of
the first and second year classes, .can
not do justice to themselves and the
'work and carry more than four reg
ular high school subjects. With
more, bhere is not enough time left
for library and -laboratory work. Be Beginning
ginning Beginning pupils, except in 'instances
iwhere the pupil is especially strong,
or has a special reason for 'desiring
to do otherwise, will be discouraged
from taking .more than four subjects
exclusive of drills. Pupils who "have
been in the high school one year or
more will be permitted to carry the
courses already taken up.
The course of study follows:
First Year: (English, five (periods;
algebra, five periods; ancient :history,
five, periods; Latin or physical geo geography,
graphy, geography, five periods; drill in spelling.
Second Year: English, five per
iods; algebra, -year, and geometry,
2 -year, five periods; mediaeval and
modern 'history, five periods Latin
or fbiology, five periods; drill in
Third Year: 'English, five periods;
geometry-, -year, other- -year
open; physics, five periods; (Latin or
psychology and ethics or 'French and
home economics, five periods.
'Fourth Year: 'English, five periods;
trigonometry and solid geometry, five
periods; United States history and
civics, five periods; Latin, or 'French,
or science or 'home economics.
This year a department of domsetlc
science and domestic art has been
added and manual training, and a
commercial course will be added as
soon as the necessary funds .are avail
able. There will also 'be a depart
ment of expression this year in
charge of a teacher iwho has ihad the
best of preparation for her Tvork and
several years experience. iFull par
ticulars of this work will be given
in another article.
.The high school should prepare its
pupils to enter the .best colleges if
they so desire and everything possi possible
ble possible should be done to inspire pupils
to pursuie their education "beyond the
public school, still college entrance
should not be the matter of first con consideration
sideration consideration in framing the course of
study. The school should meet the
practical needs of the (boys and girls
who enter its doors. It should fit
them for life and for citizenship as
nearly as It may and attract and hold
as many as possible throughout the
twelve years. 4
In a later article a complete list
of the faoulty will be given, also
other particulars concerning the twork
of the opening day.
W. fH. Cassels, Principal.
' '. Primary School
The Ocala primary school, consist
ing the the beginners' department,
first, second and third grades, will
open In the new 5high school build building
ing building on South Eighth street on .Mon .Monday
day .Monday morning, October 5th, at nine
o'clock. !A11 primary children of
school age, six years and over; living
south and east of the Seaboard Air
Line railway are urged' to 'be present
on the opening morning.
' The principal of the school will be
at the school .building, southeast
room on the 'first floor', on Friday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, October 2nd, from 3 to 5
o'clock to see any parents -who may
wish to speak to her in regard to
Parents are requested not to pur-1
chase supplies for their children
until they receive the lists made out
by the teachers of the school.
, (Xellie C Stevens,
Principal Primary School.
North Ocala School
The iNorth Ocala primary school
will open at S:30 Monday morning,
Oct. 5th. For the present the school
will be conducted Jn the Alfred tAyer
cottage not far from the new .brick
building ;whlch is being-erected for
All pupils who were promoted last
year to any division below the fourth
will please take thsir promotion slips
with them the first morning. Those
who were not promoted please take
their report cards. t
Parents aTe requested not to get
supplies for their pupils until they
see the lists iwhlch will be given. each
' Ella CM. 'Mendenhall, Principal.
A SCHOOL LETTER. TO THE
PEOPLE OF JlARipX COUNTY
Ocala," Fla., Oct. l,v 191-4.
To the People Interested in (Eda (Eda-cation:
cation: (Eda-cation: Our new school year is
upon us. CCo greater responsibility
can ibe assumed than that of training
and educating the youth of a land.
At no time In the history of Qlar Qlar-ion
ion Qlar-ion county has she put forth the
amount of energy and money in
school equipment that she has done
and is doing this year. By the close
of this calendar year .we shall have
paid for school buildings about
$110,000, We have 'been as careful
as possible In the selection of bur
teaching force and ask' for them the
cordial support of the patrons and
school pu'bllc generally.
"Owing to the difficulty 'of the ex
aminations, the shortness of terms
and the uncertainty of tenure in their,
'positions and the unpleasantness of
"dealing '.with certain kinds of crit critical
ical critical patrons, there Is a general scar scarcity
city scarcity of teachers throughout the state
and it js a hard (matter to fill1 all of
the places of the county with quali qualified
fied qualified teachers.
: tVe are entering upon (bigger
things educationally than'. 'have ibeen
known 'before. In- Ocala Tve 'have
just finished probably the most com complete
plete complete high .school building in the
state -and this .means that it would be
a good building in any part of the
United States or anywhere else. We
have a. (high school faculty that will
compare favorably with that of any
school in the country. We are par particularly
ticularly particularly fortunate in being able to
introduce to the school people of the
county Prof. W. H. Oassels.as prin principal
cipal principal of the Ocala school, or Marioa
'County High, School, as it more
. ii (wish to call, special attention to
t'he opening of our county school
dormitory in Ocala. We have con converted
verted converted the old Ocala" high school
"building into- a comfortable" school
(home fori those of our county advanc advanced
ed advanced pupils iwho may be induced to
take a .real high school course. 1 ye
have, employed a lady. of excellent
qualities and .well experienced in' this
line, to manage tShe house and iwith
the cooperation of the county and
district authorities and the faculty
of the school, v we take pleasure in
urging cfur, people to take advantage
of this opportunity to secure a real
high school education at the very
least. possible cost. We shall make
for the present the 'boarding rate
$13 per month and the pupils -will be
expected to furnish their own bed
linens, towels, and laundry (for their
rooms, and to take care of their own
rooms .under the supervision of the
This is done for the purpose of
putting comfortable and safe (board
rwith'in 'the reach of eiery' ambitious
boy or girl :who is reaching, out for a
real nigh school education, .which
will prepare for life or for a college
; 5 -appeal to the, people of the
county to support loyally their local
schools so long- as the local school
can furnish suitable facilities and
then to. support your county high
school. Very truly yours;
J. HI. IBrinson,
RIFLEMEN ON THE RANGE
tA squad of the. Ocala iRifles went
out on the range this morning and
put in four hours steady practice.
They fired 200 yards at slow fire,
200 yards rapid fire and 500 yards
Captain Weihe' led the squad,
which consisted of Sergeant Woods
and Privates R. 'W. K, Vandervoort,
M. IM. '.Mcintosh, C. F. Willis, W, R.
Purvis and A. sG. Purvis: Squads of
the company have been practicing
every Thursday for v the last two
iweeks, and from them jwill be; picked
out a team, which will leave for
Black Pointy next Monday morning;
Closing out our sheet music stock
at 10, cents per copy regardless of
cost. Our pianos and all remaining
stock Agoing at unheard of prices.
This store closes Oct. 8th. Hurry If
you want bargains. A. 'M. Lans Lans-ford.
ford. Lans-ford. 9-26-tf
Avoid the rush of 01 on day.- Get
your school books now. The (Murray
South Carolina -Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Scoi Store. 101-tfi
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Wo have opened a "new dru store !n the WUI:-i' built built-,
, built-, ing on South' Main "street, and" shall i-al;e every endeavor "to
please everyone' who' may favor us with, "their pitronar.
While we make a specialty of PROMPT and -ACCUilATi;
PR ZS CR1PTIOX work, we alsa carry a full lino- cf Tuilct
Articles, Stationery, Patent' Sledlcincs and Standard Prepara Preparations..
tions.. Preparations.. Vv'e want to call special t;tteutic:i to our lino -cr
, Fresh GARDEN and FIELD SEEDS,' xcUch- wo cell under a
.-.Guarantee that they are absolutely i i.v.r tioC:.
Give us a trial wUcn need of" anything in -cur lino.
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Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
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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 this line and all work
I have just received a big
line of NEW EATERS. Call
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Automobiles carried. .
'For reservations, tickets, etc.
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Your Order will have
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A. D. BROOKS
Has moved his General -Merchandise
Stock from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraket to ihe new
Georges ; Block,
where he is now located in the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia and South Second Street, where
ae will he pleased to see his "friends
FIRST CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES
ANT COUNTRY PRODUCE
Pleasant and Profitable Trip for the
Correspondent to Fruitland
. Belleview, Sept. 30. -(Acting on an
invitation of some good people down
in (Lake county, -I packed my 'English
kit, and with an assortment of femi feminine
nine feminine 'wearing apparel, started out to
see and be seen.
ily first encounter was with Mr.
Frank (Ramsdell, one of Belleview's
old time honored citizens, and a Star
reader from away back, who has
been visiting in south Florida. We
chatted pleasantly upon -various in interesting
teresting interesting topics until Ocala -was
reached, .where I spent an ihour or
so mingling with my friends, and
then sought new adventures on the
Coast dne train south. I found a
number of acquaintances on 'board,
and among them the Inevitable Star
reader, In the person of Mr ,W. O.
IMassey, of 'Lake Weir, and so quick quickly
ly quickly did the time pass that almost be before
fore before I knew it the train nvas pulling
out, leaving me standing in iFruit iFruit-land
land iFruit-land Park, the classiest little town
of its size In central Florida, where
good-nature and fellowship prevail,
iWhere a tpleasant 'bunch of people,
faailing from all parts of these Unit United
ed United States, have fouilt homes, and
some of them stay here all "the year
and some of them resort there part
of the year. UVmong them prevails
that easy feeling of open-heartedness
(better expressed in the words, ''Live
and let live," and among the living
exponents of that beautiful doctrine
I found 'Rev. C. W. Lane, one of
Belleview's former, most beloved
(pastors, diffusing fliis genial; good
felings to all who came within his
sphere of work. And be it also noted
that 'Rev. Lane)is a "constant Teader
of the Weekly Star, and he cheerful cheerfully
ly cheerfully atests to its god Teading qualities,
especially the Belleview items.
'Wednesday night a (bunch of us
young people motored down to Oka Oka-humjka,
humjka, Oka-humjka, where airs. iLane was the
chief mover in a big reception at' the
hotel; it was a swell event, and I
met a number of 'Lake county's best
people and they one arid all (bore
testimony to the good work that (Mrs.
flLane Is doing among them. and the
spirit of -harmony and sympathy that
they are fostering in the community;!
IMrs. Lane, simply ratdiates a feeling
of divine love wherever she goes.
As a mark of appreciation the peo people
ple people of Fruitland Park are building a
beautiful parsonage which, when
completed, -will be occupied by "the
Lanes," and I am sure all their num numerous
erous numerous friends in Belleview will re rejoice
joice rejoice to know (how well they are far faring..
A (Mr. iX.ee gave one much .ancient
history of IBelleview, its settlement
and original settlers. 'His father car carried
ried carried the mail in olden times from
Gainesville to'Leesburg, and. I gained
a good idea of the early history of
Marion and (Lake counties.
'Another accomplishment I ac acquired
quired acquired during my little trip was to
learn to guide a big 'Hudson Six
money-burner, and the gentle purr
of its powerful 60 horse-power mo motor
tor motor as it pushed the car over the
road at a 40 to '50 mile gait, sent. lit little
tle little thrills up and down me k such' as
can only be compared to the thrills
of a young girl's first experience in
When I sell my old high noise noise-wagon,
wagon, noise-wagon, I will invest the proceds in a
Hudson Six; (believe me, they are
Another roerson that it gave me
pleasure to meet was Mr. ,fLucius, one
of our old time Belleview settlers,
and who was identified with the pror
gress of 'Marion county for a number
of years, and who now runs the finest
drugstore in Leesburg.
Belleview and the Ocala Star are
known all over the world, and (Mar-
Ion counties, and wherever I go. 'they
go hand in hand in the estimation of
all good people. ;
Space forbids my mentioning the
names of all good people who-enter-
tained me, but I cannot refrain from
stating that iMr. and iMrs. Kenney,
my 'host and hostess, know how to
make" life worth the living to the
wanderer from home. "Mr. Kenney
is the postmaster, express agent,
stprekeeper and general Pooh Bah
and oh you young people!
Mr. and GIrs. S. C. Thomas, who
have been visiting in Bradentown
the last couple of weeks,, have re re-turined.
turined. re-turined. Mrs. William T. Evans and Prof.
A. B. Connor went oniNo. 3 last Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon, -bound for TJade City,
where they will take the final teach teachers'
ers' teachers' examination.
JMr. !J. R. Thompson, of -Mclntyre,
Ga.j is in town visiting with his
daughter, 'Mrs. J. N. .McAllister.
'Mr. (Edgar Pelot made a (business
trip to Ocala last (Monday.
;Miss Olary Kennedy, who has (been
visiting with Minnie Tremere, re
turned to her liome last Sunday.
(Messrs, Lucius (Emerson, Ernest
Blair and Joseph Jensen, of Fruit
land Park spent last Monday evening
in town visiting with friends.
"Mr. S. S. Savage, the aggressive
real estate dealer from Ocala, with
Mr. T. T. Lancaster, was a visitor in
our onidst last Wednesday morning.
'Mr. R. (L. iHowes, a prominent
cattle raiser of the Kisslmmee val valley,
ley, valley, spent several hours in town last
Monday afternoon, on his way to
Ocala, and in a very interesting
manner, he told of the "prosperity of
Kissimmee and adjacent territory.
Mr. Howes, although he comes from
Oscola county, is a persistent reader
pf the Star, and keeps In close touch
with the happenings of Bellevlew. ;
air. and iMrs. J. O. SHghtower and
(Mr. Boldorf motored over from
Heather (Island last Tuesday evening
and visited with the TVemeres.
(School was dismissed, last (Monday
noon on account of Prof : Connor go going
ing going to Dade City to stand the exami examination.
nation. examination. The regular session will be
resumed Thureday morning.
air. R. R. Orroll, of the Star, was
a visitor in town last Tuesday morn morning
ing morning for a brief time, while on his
way to the lake.
(Mr. J. D. Carter, for a long while
a resident of Belleview, vhas moved
his' family and household effects to
Belleview boasts of a very fine
'bunch of sheep. Last Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon just about train time as they
were grazing across the track from
the Belleview Trading Company's
store, a large dog pounced upon one
of the helpless animals and would
have killed it had not willing ihanis
torn him from his bleeding and help helpless
less helpless victim. (Mr. Raymond Gale
rushed home,- grabbed his '' shotgun,
mounted ibis horse and came thun thundering
dering thundering down the street In search of
the dog and upon spying same he
slammed two loads of buckshot into
the offending 'beast, which failed to
kill it immediately,. but we under understand
stand understand that it died later in tbe even evening
ing evening from an overdose of lead, .taken
both internally and externally.
Three newly furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; all modern con conveniences;
veniences; conveniences; close in ; reasonable, price
for permanent party. Phone No.
Our candies are always fresh and
are kept in cool storage cases.
Gerig's. V 9-20-tf .
OCALA FRATERIIAL ORDERS
5LARION-DUNN MASONIC IXtiGE
(Marion-Dunn Lodge Xo. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Carn, ;W. 01.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, Nol 29, O. E. S
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. 31.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
Tulula Lodge, No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in A'ocge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. -H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L: Colbert, Secretary. V
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every 'Monday at 7:30 pfc m., at
Castle Hall, .over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. Gober, C. C.
Chas. K. 'Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
AVOOD31EN OF THE AVORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. JT Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OP MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at S: 30 p. "u.
Visiting brethern always welcome ro
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postomcc.
, J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets In Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodsre No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R. -L.
W. Harley. Secretary; Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. 31.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. 31., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
SIKGIiJG DEFOHE HOYALTY.
Th Part V.zry Garden Found to Cs
tha Very Hardest.'
Mary. Garden. tbe famous : pera:
singer, says that it. bores her to sing
before kings. Her highly personal com comments
ments comments on some of the royalty of Eu Europe
rope Europe reproduced below are taken from
an, article in tbe American Magaalna.
In which she give3 an intimate and ex extended
tended extended account cf her experiences on
" Singlng befcro royalty is perhap3
more cf a professional than a cocial
distinction. I have done It many times,
but it borc3 me to distraction., It is
Such a nuisance. I never sang for the
csar.-But I didelng before. the English
court, the old court of Edward and
Alexandra. The king slept through It
alk as heavy, a sleep, I tare, ever
seen. But "the queen would always pat
his hand at tbe time to applaud and he
would wake up.
The king of Greece, a brother cf
Alexandra. V7.13 a special, friend cf
mine. He -' used often to come to
where I was singing. He told hl3 i
sister cf hl3v admiration for me, and
she had me come to Wlndccr to sing.
While there I would sing and courtesy
and walk off again.
"I am afraid I'm an anarchist in my
heart. I don't love to courtesy. Tfcero
are some who are not kings such as
Marconi, who has done l"g things to
whom I would go down on my knees
because of their achievements, but I
just had to get my courage in my two,
hands to courtesy to tbe ting of Eng England.
land. England. It went against me.
They Are Net flew, as Pascal Invented
One tn the Year 1642.
The adding machine Is of modern de development,
velopment, development, but not a modern invention,
a passable one 'having been invented
to 1012 Pascal (lG23-lCC2),a cele celebrated
brated celebrated French geometrician, philoso
pber and writer. Later, In 1G71. the
adding machine was modified to facili facilitate
tate facilitate multiplication by Gottfried' WII WII-helm
helm WII-helm Leibnitz, a German mathemati mathematician
cian mathematician of great achievement, and his In Invention
vention Invention was followed by many Im Improvements.
provements. Improvements. A notable experimenter in this line
was Charles "Babbage (1792-1S71). an
English mathematician, many years
professor of mathematics at Cambridge
university. In order to ; secure accu accuracy
racy accuracy In tables of logarithms he con conceived
ceived conceived the idea of doing the work by
machinery and 'was commissioned by
the British government to superintend
the construction of a machine for the
purpose. He spent mulh time and
money In experimenting and attained
some remarkable results, but died be before
fore before perfecting his machine.
All calculating machines contain cer certain
tain certain features devised by special refer reference
ence reference to the work to be done, including
circular metallic disks, wheels with
teeth; etc.. Ingenious, but not. more
complicated and no more responsive to
human Intelligence than many other
machines. The thinking is all done by
the operator.--Philadelphia Press.
The Australian Blacks.
It is believed by many persons that
the blacks in Australia are dying out
As a matter of fact, saysa correspond correspondent
ent correspondent of the London Standard, no such
thing is happening. The belief, how however,
ever, however, is easily explained; As civiliza civilization
tion civilization advances, and it is yearly advanc advancing,
ing, advancing, the blacks recede farther and far farther
ther farther into the back, blocks and unknown
country, save a few who have acquired
the craving for opium or drink. These
latter succumb amid the advancing
wave of civilization and seldom Jeave
any children. Those who have passed
inland, if they do not : inciease, have
certainly not decreased. I n some few
cases whole tribes ha ve died out when
civilization has reached them, but these
have usually been small tribes.
Foundation of a Fortune.
The late William Gibson, who left a
fortune of half a million pounds was,
when a lfttle watchmaker in Belfast,
one day examining a watch which had
been sent to him for repair.' It was
during the time of tbe Belfast riots. A
stone was thrown through the shop
window and hit Mr. Gibson in the
eye. Under the malicious damages act
Mr. Gibson was awarded 6.000. This
was bis start In lif e.--London Sporting
First Thanksgiving Proclamation.
The Thanksgiving proclamation was
originated by Francis Bernard, :cap :cap-tain
tain :cap-tain general and governor in chief oyer
his majesty's province of the Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts bay." It was issued Nov. 4,
17l7, and tte form was that which has
been in suostance adhered to ever
Formosa's Ancient Tree.
In Formosa there is a tree between
2.500 and 3,000 years old. with a circum circumference
ference circumference of sixty-five feet and the low lowest
est lowest branches forty-five feet from the
ground. The tree is a species of cy cypress,
press, cypress, the Japanese beniki.
May's new hat la perfectly nid nid-eous."
eous." nid-eous." It isn't a bit more hideous than
n-fiif Vuu're always saying nice things
about May." Philadelphia Ledger.
Missed It. -The
prodiiral sou wmte the old man
ts folhiws:. "I ot religion the other
day Send. me $10." Rut the old man
rppMfMl: lSelitriun is free. Vou got
rhe wrong kind"
The Im'ur. the dfH-piring and the
!ii1f.iM vxtnide Tfnin!Jves from
rsi-'i ly (heir uurttnts for en-
;jCgViiK-x'JJAziunui cc: otn, ai
. time our Sp: I C::!:: encb,
- ivc atco!utely01:ilES--withi;c
; purchaco of t':i'X n
' it': will.;;pay ; you ; to come end; look over -our'. Fall X
i ,it ... Mimei,
Commercial IIa::k JZ:-::-::t tu
.. .5,. ; w--- t-' ?
r AM now in 1 -laces for myulf.
-tail bar; and :..: Ord atou.e.
; is, and as much as any c ; r! In
teen years in the" Uislnc : lizz irrr
i and I am supplying, tl. "Vir.t.
, m;, JUSX'rA-i'SA:; i PLE OF: (
GoodVOld: v5;--:-Proor-.' Rye, 1
Corn or Gin, in Icti cf 2 grJ-
Ions or more, ; f
at per gallor:..' c ; :
.Good Old V-J :f
Corn or G!:;, iu : ;:; : Z
Ions for -more, C 'j'j f ,a
at per n-Ilon. r
J :In Glass; Jcs, : Packed in two Quo
Make my place your iu r'
j' welcome and be treated r!il:t :.t a" ......
! tion, at "Johnny's Place
i The FINEST BEER you ,-cr drank, an.! ALT,
ties and on draft.
1 1 C-j ''.
We will thank ypu. Our C
And if the teams could talk
Hli--r find "l! mit tIia
rest for nearly everybody but tlC
Itie I 'Tea P:
is a necessity.
v cssity is
; o : r v
402-40 4 Mr.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
AT SENSIBLE PRICES
' OPEN ALU NIGHT ; :
OPEN BAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunchc3
at any hour. Adv.
HOPELESS LUNG TROUBI
Many recoveries from lung troubl troubles
es troubles are due to Br. Bell's Pin e-Tar-Honey.
It stren "ens the longs,
checks the coug: id gives relief r;t
once. Blr. W. ;S. llkins. Gates. N.
C, writes; "I u. .J Dr. Bell's Pin'i-Tar-Honey
In a ce given' -up
hopeless and it efrccted a complote
cure." Get a
Flne-Tar-Honey. If your cou rh Is
;dr- and backing lot it trickle dov;n
the threat,' you will 'sn rely get relief.
Onlv 2.'c at your druggizt. tu-tLrc-fri-wkly
111 'T1 i xr a v
Cor, 'r.; .: :
1 can ive
:.t v.-hat t:.
GOODS AND 11.1 :f C'"l
Good Old S 0 '! IJro
Cc: .i cr Cz, in !'
I r ? :
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. '' ..
: :": I
t '!r ? 4 '' "- IF'"" !f
i. a k i k. i i 'i. $ k
'. j :
in VAti .1
Mrs. Parvenue "T: 1
tho corner is Ly an eld
S wartlc Igh 'Tr.d c cd : I
mi? a v,-rif-n !"
cr v.-as iz.i sevcnty-:;v t:
a stroke of it'
ef ul :
. V'. .-'.. :
THE OCAIiA EVENING STAJV ..TIIUItSDAir, OCTOBER 1, 101
r- ill ; -l
fpHEIlE comes a time in every vtotzz-v's
lite vrnen ner orjranizm uriuerKoes
important change. This is a critical
tvv It a tima when a woman neea3
Tnii' riorni nnri strength- For vonr own
eako ycu should anticipate this turning point.
Candler, Sept. 30. Mr. "Robert
Mathews, of Ocala, is visiting his
.brother, 1 John Olatr-ews.
Mrs. Mary Elliott, of Ocala, spent
several days; ot the 'past week at her
old home here. :
Schonl onened todav under the
management of iMIss Blanche Hall.
Air. Thomas Pritchett came in
SOUTH liAKE WEIH
South Lake Weir, Sept. 30. Mrs.
Charles Brown, of Webster, came up
Monday, and brought -her son, Carl,
to stay awhile with his grandparents
to get well and strong. Little Carl
has been real sick wiht malarial
fever. '. .;
Miss Irene Gates haa returned
from a very enjoyable visit in Web-
Hi a latest in med medical
ical medical science is
ccrtalnec! in Dr.
pacT'scmlr 31e." Ad Ad-.r
.r Ad-.r Dr. i'?re' Irw
ve.Iii' Hot!, Ouf!a
has been recommended for over forty years as a
tcnic for women who are about to experience tna
turn of life." It is helpful in the equalization of
the circulation of the blood and in regulating tho
action of the bowels. Nervousness and low spirits dis disappear.
appear. disappear. IJapT3ines3 and contentment take their place
Sold in tablet or liquid form by 3Iedlcine
Dealers or send SO cents for sample has
from Inverness Friday, for a several! ster, where she was the guest of her
j days visit to his mother and 'brotner. sister, airs, v. urown. w aue luiss
Mr. Benjamin Belcher, the pros- Gates was there she was the bono ree
Derous -proprietor of the Golden at several parties.
Rulft errocerv store, paid the Brick
City a Tuesday visit.
rvfr nnrcra. lAtrff has sold his
property, originally them -oasKiu
place, to Mr. Scaresdale, of Seymour,
(Mo., who took possession at once.
Mr. and airs. McGee express their
- - m
iWicii ,n atf 11 AnnHnne residents oi
Revk C C. Albertson and wife
were Ocala shoppers one day this
Mr. Charles Brown, of Webster,
came up Wednesday to see -his little
son, Carl, and visit lth nis fatner-
in-law. Mr. C. S. Gates. :
News has reached here of the
serious illness of (Mr. Webster Stok
es, formerly of this place, but now of
You 'May Have the Eggs
BUT NOT THE HAM
Better Come Early
Avoid the Jam!
OUR HAMS ARE CHOICE
ixi E.D r"L
airs. Arthur Williams and attrac-
tive little son and daughter, wno Philadelphia.
bjive been the 'guests of Mr. and Mr3. (Mr. IE. IB. Peter i3 picking his
(McClain, tMrs. William's parents, I grapefruit and will ship a car from
for the nast several weeks, have re- here Friday of this week.
turned to their home 4n Gainesville.
uiessrs. i-ewi3 .vaiuwcu iualu ur Jliijl; si.rttji-
fthur Adams are in aiiami for the
rapefruit packing season. "Chamberlain's Tablets have done
tMrs. W. w. james nas reiuiucu r:V( .T .T ti 7.
f.m ;nar' onmmprs' .Olltinsr SDIlt lfl I ; II
"T :,"" 1 'i pencerport, .v. x. .: i use-i several sistrunk (dead.)
Vermont ana vauaw, uuu Lotties ox tnese taiDiets a lew montns n .vw.
. l . .... I i i Kit) HJii.y wiuiii ni" i wm-
few days have the Jones -nouse m ago. rrney not oniy curea me ot on- u s
rp&ainp for tile acconmiuuaiiuu. ui w v'"'i v.v .
the winter tourisis. -f ,rsfcm Miy i.ir n irtoT- !,. A,
Mr. William Snyder returned Fri- :
day evening from his summer home
On account of special elections to
bo' held in and for the City of Ocala
on the 27th' and '28th dayf. of Octo
ber. .1914. a srecial meeting of the
city council was .held on this date at
council chamber for the purpose of
revising tho registration foooks of
cid.-citv. and the following names
Ward No. 1.- A. A. Graham, J. E.
Gates, W. H. 'McQIahan (removed),
E -L. Howell (dead.)
'Ward No. 2. Elmer Decamp,
George Fcltham, J. C. Geiger, Henry
F. Goeken, X. P. Ives, It. C. Muncas-
ter, J. J. 'McCranie, L. CI. Paysor, J.
C. iRaysor, B. E. Raysor, Edwin
Spencer Jr., and J. H. Workman (re
moved.) T. C. 'Hall, Nathan Peyser,
and J. G. Sinclair (dead.)
Ward INo. 3. John B. Brown, Jim
Jlouston, C. T. IHodges, iF. H. Higgins,
Strauss, J. M. Tison and Paul
Webber '(removed.) Pat Gillen, J.
W. Lyles and J. 'H, OlcClymond
(Ward No. 4. T. L. Dekle, J. "W
Fomby, S.'M. Grubbs (removed.)
rnnrk Allen. J. J. Eierman. C. H
'Wt fl HP IB
14 l a a
'When the or-ortuntiy is o.v..
you? .. Our system of ec-llirrj t.
OT CAi;:i enable o us
I nit" at-' TtTi fA t n r
'have .no':.-:.dead '-beat'accoiiiit:! I
4hat"vtho "xcponsible customer J
'helps to paj Cll "end let ecu- j
.vine you that -we e.n cave
money on your G
nin, ft rf!
Next to E
On Fort Ilir:
4. ti..- fcfc 3
Alsatian Potash Salts.
TCnli nr nrttash ctnlta In nntnwil A.
IMr James 'Marshall returned from j posits, was discovered in Alsace in
nuuu uccp uunuga were ueing
made In the hope of striking oil. In
1909 the nrst kali mining shaft wa
t,. t',a fnrhito flrraneement with the publishers of one of the most
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x .' r T T T rasa not.
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'v witH "r.i. u'ti mAr. unexcelled as a home paper for all the family
fa special reduced club price that will save you money, aau aixuxu
.! oirnnnf -rnitiAbirt iniormation ana inieres.-
weaitn 'ftuuiesuuic cuicnaiuuiu.!
Ing, up-to-the-minute news. ; 1
; Ocala' Eeziinn Sfap.:.:
' RacCali's Mcgizine
(Including FREE PATTERN
Pensacola Saturday, accompanied by
his 'brother, rMr. Ray mo nd Marshall,
who has just tbeen dismissed from
the hospital there, where he had
been receiving treatment for a
in thP head inflicted by a ne-
' T V A V W
gro burglar, while iMr. iMarshall was
waiting to take a night train to go
on duty in a railway office. Mr. Mar
shall had a narrow escape, and his
friends are glad to know that he is
recovering from the dangerous ana
The youiig men of the town show-
ed their belief in cleanliness toeing
next to godliness by freeing the
lawn of the Presbyterian church of
the weeds that have been an eyesore
to the passers-by. The young ladies
showed their appreciation by serving
the young men with ice cream at the
conclusion of their labors.
lM. for the .purpose oi restoring names
This the 26th day of September A.
D. 1914.. m. C. Sistrunk,
City clerk and ex-offlcio supervisor
of registration of the cityof Ocala. tf
completed in this district, and th
following year 37,000 tons of kali salts
were extracted. Since then other
mim8 have .been developed and the
work has grown rapidly Twelve
mines are now in "- Man in this dis
Fishing tackle that will bring the'
fish from the water at KREGER'S. tf
YOUR STOMACH AND
A vigorous stomach, perfect work-
ilng liver and regular, acting bowels Is
guaranteed if you use 'tr. Kings
New Eife Pill3. They Insure good 31-
krestion. .correct constipation and
ihave an excellent tonic effect on the
TRrliolft-avstHm rrurifV the blood and
Tid you of all body 'poisons thru the
loowels. Only 25c at your irug-
! gists. tues-thrs-f ri-w
yon Mglht to HtSive
a MM BALL
-Sim 'jomip Ihomnie j
. AFrlohtfu. Thought.
Mrs. Walbr.ck (on first ocean vcj vcj-e)
e) vcj-e) John. I lust heard a man say
that If this boat was put up on end
'It would be higher than the Washing Washington
ton Washington monument. If they're go-ins to
do anything lik that we better, get
ri&ht r.fr; u j 4
P. A. EMiI3t
Next to Cam's Grocery
o o o o o o a e n o o o o c o o o n
tJUdlu dllu IiUUliii
203 NORTH :TAIN
It r ll"
Psno men are so wise th
fL3 thoush they must have ten
at a much earlier no th-n t:,"
CLU3 NO. 2 ; '.
Ccala UeeMy Sic?
Including 'Free Pattern'
" Subscription may either be new ora renewal.
Electra, Sept. 30. .Rev. Gorbett
filled his regular, appointment at the
Harmony Baptist church. v
iMIss Ethel iHalford spent last tFri-
day with Miss Mae 'Hal ford.
Mr. C. W. Caldwell has returned
to Tangerine. j '
Mrs. D. F. Stebbleton and child
ren spent Sunday with (Mrs. R. A.
Hal ford. ;
There was a party of Electra peo people
ple people visiting Salt Springs recently,
and 'all had an enjoyable time.
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THE ABOVE OFFER ONEf GOOD DURING SEPT. and OCTOBER 1914
"I like Chamberlain's Cougb Reni-
r!v hetter than any other. writes
R. E. Roberts (Homer City, 'fa. i
have taken it off and on for years
nrt it has never failed to give the de
sired result." JFor sale iby all deai-
Cat Reasoned Wisely.
Romances quotes a remarkable story
about a cat's reasoning power. While
a paraffin lamp was being trimmed,
some of tiu oil fell on the back of the
cat, and a cinder from the fire shortly
afterward touching it, the fur becam
Ignited. The cat instantly made for
; tho door and, running up the village
street, plunged into the wearing
trough. She had seen her human
friends at home put cut their kitchen
fire with v ter. and shcj must nave
reasoned from this fact.
WHY NOT PUBLISH IT?
iJm i MBit
.Whfbi vou want a fact to become
generally known, the right way is to
rmhlish tit. iMrs. Joseph Killans,
Peru, Ind., was troubled with 'belch 'belching,
ing, 'belching, sour stomach and frequent head
aches. She writes: "I feel u my
duty to tell others what Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets have done for me.
They have helped my digestion and
regulated my ibowels. Since using
lem I have been entirely well. For
bale by all dealers. adv
You who owe dues o
Citizens of Ocala!
city to become tarnished ?
shall it stand forth as
jf atr ;
USE THIS COUPON NOW FOR THE
WOiVlAN'S BARGAIN CLUB
To The Ocala Star,
Ocala, Florida :-
J ? I enclose $.
Bargain Club," No. ...
CITY . - -STATE
R. F. T. or Street or ox No.. ...........
. . for which please send me the
as advertised by you.
Good Word fzr the Grass-Widower.
"No one seems to dwell on the
charms of the grass-widower; and of
all men, he Is th'e most attractive.
He hasn't a wife In his immediate
vicinity to demand all his attentions;
he hasn't th consciousness of his own
eligibility like the average bachelor,
nor the shadow cf a dead romance
about him like a bona-flde widower.
In fact,, for ordinary social purposes
there's nothing so convenient or
charming as the grass-widower.'
Mararet Kirby. ?
The Tapestry Mode.
The Millionaire declining to pur
chase post-impression creation)
Noth'n doin'! Why, my maiden
a'nt cud darrn a better picture 'n
inland city in Florida?
IF SO, let us haye immedl
See us at once.
Gerig's assorted chocolates at 3
cents per" pound. 9-20-tf
JOHN L. EDWARDS,
J. E. CHACE,v
Board of Governors Marion County Z
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, OCTOCEU 14 1914
I OCALA OCCURRENCES f
iMasons meet tonight.
!M"oose meet tills evening.
Try KRBGER'S ice cream. 9-24-tf
'All kinds -of bulbs now on sale at
Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
If you trade at Gerig's you are as assured
sured assured of best service and quality, tf
Mr. M. 01. Little returned today
Irom a business trip to Jacksonville.
Barrel of dill viekles just received.
Carn-Tbomas Company. 10-1-lt
Keep your papers in order by us using
ing using Globe-Wernicke cabinets at The
Murray Company. 10-l-3t
As the Star -goes to press, the
B-elleview and local teams are lining
up for a game at the ball park.
Mr. iH. 0,1. Hampton went to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville yesterday afternoon on the
Get your school books now; don't
rwait until Monday... The ftfurray
We are selling Stock, and Poultry
(Powders and (Medicines at half price.
Two 2 Sets or 5 Octs packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
air. John lMcCorkle returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from several weeks stay at
Tate Springs, Tenn., Atlanta and
Jndian Springs, Ga. (Mr. (McCorkle
Is in much better iiealth than when
-he went away, which all tols friends
will be glad to hear.
Rheinauer's window dresser cer certainly
tainly certainly made good with his window
display. The early fall styles are
most advantageously set forth.
The very latest INITIAL STA STATIONERY
TIONERY STATIONERY AT KREGERS. 9-24-tf
AVe have Prof. Cassel's list of
school books you need. 'Come and
get them now. .The Murray Com Company.;
pany.; Company.; 10-1-3 1
Mr. H. S. Wesson is mourning the
loss of a pair of shoes, which he left
on the sidewalk, by; the Garn Garn-Thomas
Thomas Garn-Thomas store Saturday night.
Now is the time -to '(plant Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
This Teport is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the government.
mm 4 mm
Max. MIn. R. F.
.89 70 :
.89 70 .
.87 70 ..
.92 67 .28
.89 69 : .28
.88 68 .62
.78 67 .44
.82 69 .87
.84, 70 .87
.84 72 .16
.84 68 ..
.S4 73 .
.84 72; V
.81 65 :
.SO 70 1.91
.79 65 a. 91
Forecast for this Evening and
Unsettled with occasional showers
tonight and Friday. I
MARION COUNTY HORSES
An idea seems to prevail in some
quarters that Florida cannot raise as
good horses as some other states.
While such an idea' scarcely needs
refutation one only needs look
around over several of the stock
farms in IMarion county to see that
we can raise horses that -would be a
credit to the sections that claim to
be the home of the horse.
- Mr. R. C. Beuchler, -manager of the
Anthony Farms has a six months old
colt that weighs four hundred
pounds. This coif was weaned, at
two months, and has since 'been fed
on cow's snllkt nsing from one to two
cruarts a da It Is now eating a
raall quantity of oats'antl 'with the
milk and oats diet has gained just
ninety pounds. in thirty days.
NO CONCERT THIS WEEK
Owing to several members of the
band foeing absent for the week fchere
will ibe no concert Friday night. It
is hoped that a 'concert may be given
NORTH OCALA CHURCH
New Crop Florida Seed (Rye. Ocala
Seed Store. 10-1-tf
iA fire alarm a little after 2 p. m.
sent the department 'hustling to the
south of town. tAn old negro was
trying to smOke mosqaiitoes out of
an Tin occupied building, and; some somebody
body somebody out that way thought it was on
'After their -business -meeting this
evening, the Moose will serve a pur pur-lo.
lo. pur-lo. ;..They" expect ; to have a general
good' time, and all the members
should be present.
Mr. J. L. Campbell,' superintendent
of the Ocala iwater works, .with his
wife and son Kenneth, have gone to
Daytona in a new Ford car, via
IMount (Dora, their former home, and
will remain at the beach until Mr.
Campbell's 'health has improved. He
has not ibeen well of late: This is
Mr. Campibell's :first vacation in sev seventeen
enteen seventeen years of faithful' and; efficient
service to the water company 'before
the plant was purchased tby the city.
I snow J
7 O'CLOCK JtA
Mr. W. V. Newbern, accused of
cutting Andrew Gold wire, a few
weeks ago, had a hearing this morn morning.
ing. morning. Judge Smith bound him over to
the circuit court in the sum of
$1,000, which V iwas furnish ed by
Messrs. C. ,Y. Miller and C. F. Flip Flip-pen.
pen. Flip-pen. Goldwire has about recovered
from the wound. s
Ocala, Fl a., Oct. 1, 1914
iBaitor Star: Please state to the
public that the Mormons have paid
?6 helping, to build the Xorth
Ocala Union church, 1 and if 1 they
want their money back let them call
on me personally and say so. and I
will cheerfully refund their money.
With kindest regards and 'best
wishes for all, I am,
- Sincerely yQurs,
' ,W. H. McConn.
SIN OF SICKNESS
tf rcmevehtable diseases,:
The Hour of Reckoning
A Beautiful Two Reel Feature
The Way of Society
er Birthday Present
A Story of a Thief
"!n the Toy Shop
Ye Olden Times.
"k Missing Bride"
Another Keystone Comic
tp" mt0t 4flMt,,Mk
: '. noxDs
1.11 .i 1-
Whereas, an ordinance has been
XOTICE OP ELKCTION TO ISSUE
passed by the. city of Ocala calling for
an election to submit to the registered
voters of the city of Ocala, to decide
whether or not bonds to the amount of
THREE HUNDRED AND FIVE THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND DOLLARS be issued; ONE HUN HUNDRED.
DRED. HUNDRED. THOUSAND DOLLARS of said
bonds to be used for the construction
of sewers within the corporate limits
of the city of Ocala: ONE HUNDRED
THOUSAND DOLLARS of said bonds
to be used for the purpose of paving
and improving the -streets of said city;
FTFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS of said
bon'ds to be used for the purpose of
constructing public buildings and
parks for the aid city. within the cor corporate
porate corporate limits of the said city; and
FIFTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS
of said bonds to be, used for .the pur purpose
pose purpose of equipping, extending and Im Improving
proving Improving the water works plant and
system of said city and erecting and
constructing in connection therewith
an ice ptfant for the manufacture of ar artificial
tificial artificial ice for the said city of Ocala,
said bonds -to be .in the denomination of
one thousand dollars each, and bearing
Interest at the rate of five per cent, per
annum payable in-not less than ten nor
more than thirty years from date of
Now, therefore, by virtue of author authority
ity authority vested in .the undersigned as mayor
of the said city of Ocala, I hereby pro proclaim
claim proclaim and order an election held on the
27th day of October, A. D. 114
in the said city ol Ocala to determine
whether or not the said city of Ocala
shall issue bonds to .the amount -of
THREE HUNDRED AND FIVE THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND DOLLARS; ONE HUNDRED
THOUSAND DOLLARS of said bonds to
be "used for the construction of sewers
within the corporate limits of the city
of Ocala; ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
DOLLARS. of said bonds to be used for
the purpose of paving and improving
the streets of said city; FIFTY THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND DOLLARS of said bonds to be
used for the purpose of constructing
public buildings and parks within the
corporate limits of the said city: and
FIFTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS Of
said bonds to be used for tthe purpose
of equipping, extending a.nd improving
the water works plant and system of
said city and erecting and constructing
in connection therewith an ice plant
for the manufacture of artificial ice
for the city of Ocala. Said, bonds to be
m the denomination Of One Thousand
Dollars each, bearing interest at the
rate of five per cent, and payable in not
le-ss than ten nor more than thirty
years from date of issue.
TTA?dhereby appoint J. M. Thomas, T.
H. Johnson and F. B.. Beckham as in inspectors
spectors inspectors and J. H. Taylor as clerk.
Said election shall be held at the city
hall of the city of Ocala between the
hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock
p. m. 1
-ln witness whereof; I have hereunto
afixed my hand .and seal of the city
ber bth19l4he 25th da f SePtern-
(Seai) J. D. ROBERTSON, flavor
aVi H' ?' SHRUNK, City Clerk!
Control self, and the first step li
taken toward, becoming a power.
The youth whose own hasty passions
and uncontrolled" appetites run away
with him is a cipher as far as real
strength goes. Impulse is not strength.
A runaway engine never will jross
a continent safely.
Weirsdale, Sept. 30.' (Mr. W.
Black, mho has fbeen employed
Winter (Haven, for several months,
returned Tiome Wednesday.
..Mr. and Mrs. H. W. OBIckley auto
ed to Ocala and .rteurn .Thursday.
' iMr. IE. iB. Sherman of South JLake
Weir, was in Ocala Wednesday an 3
Thursday on business.
, JMiss Sallie SIgmon went up to OIc
lawaha (Saturday noon to he. read:
for her school 'duties. She has been
engaged to teach seven .months in
that hustling little town on beautiful
Messrs. H. L. Lytle, iR. D. Touglas
and E. C. tA'lbertson and Mrs. E. C
Albertson, jwere in OcaJa Monday.
ttev. -AiiDertson has quite a sore
hand. We are glad to report it some
better and that; the malady is now
lA. very heavy rain fell here Tues-
Aaxr -nicrTit '-. : . .. i ..
'A few ears of fruit have fbeen ship shipped
ped shipped from here and nearby points,
and. in a few weeks it is expected
that the shipping (will be heavy. Most
of the growers liere have a very nice
crop; of fruit and it is to 'be hoped
that they wrill be able to get good"
prices. '.-c;V .'''-''''r'-'5-.-!'Vvi'rK
Miss Gerushie 'Russell, of New
York arrived: 'Monday to visit a few
days with her sister, Mrs. .R. D.
JMr. Osqar Proctor, clerk at the
Douglas Bros, store" was in Ocala
IMr. and Qlrs. 'R.' 'D. Douglas and
daughter spent Sunday In York with
Dr. Long of the Long Blue Grant
Co., recently purchased the Simms
place east of town. He -was here -during
the week and went to Ocala Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Miss iHenry of Fort Meade, sister
of Mrs. M. V. lAltman, who -made an
extended Tisit here, left 'for her
Qliss Grace Simpson, who Is teach teach-in
in teach-in f the OLinadale school, east of the
Oklawaha fiver, spent Sunday .with
home'folks. Mr. J. M. Douglas took
her 'back to her work Sunday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. '
Our fellow-townsman M. A. Dav Davenport
enport Davenport has been sick for several
Mr. and Mrs. E. Connor, of Ok Ok-lawaha,
lawaha, Ok-lawaha, visited with Mr. and Mrs. T.
'B. Snook' Tuesday, 'iney carnei
back with rthem some fine guavas,
the kind grown "o nthe Snook fruit
RevV Jv A. Logan spent Sunday in
Center 'Hill, (where he fil1 the PJ11!31
of the Presbyterian hurch each
second and fourth Sunday.
To the average 'mental capacity
the clasificaticn of sickness as a
moral offense against society '-must
appear. the product of a discordant
Certainly illnes3 13 a. misfortune,
some of it Is more than that; some
diseases catch us by accident, un-
pre ventcble accident which V no pre precaution
caution precaution can guard against, an'd some
axe clearly avoidable. Our grand
mothers used to regard a long list of
children3 diseases as inevitable,
and they deliberately tried to time
the 'period of their visitation to their
young 'broods at such intervals in
their Ibusy lives when they them
selves caight most conveniently,
nurse the youngsters.'' The more
serious diseases, which sometimes
resulted fatally they considered as
visitations of an all-wise- Taut: 'mys
They didn't know any better. We
do.. Medical science hadn't advanced
to the stage ? where the doctor's mis mission
sion mission -was quite as much to prevent cs
to cure disease. The idea of advis
ing; with the family physician to 'pre 'preserve
serve 'preserve health,, twhen it was already
perfect, would liave seemed a shock shocking
ing shocking waste of time and money. The
science of keeping clean, medically
clean, the science of sanitation, had
not 'been foorn. Now we realize that
it is the most efficient -weapon ; for
the 'preservation of physical strength
and health. j .,', .
- To be well, to stay well, is a moral
duty, insofar as it can 'be accomplish accomplished
ed accomplished thruan acquaintance with the
recognised laws iby which we Trnow.
disease Is spread from infected
sources. C Such" knowledge is avail available
able available even to the Ignorant from au authoritative
thoritative authoritative .investigation.
'We moderns have learned that it
is not necessary for any one to nave
typhoid fever, malaria, even tuber tuberculosis,
culosis, tuberculosis, ibecause we nave 'learned how
these diseases are communicated,
and 'how they develop. Knowing
these fundamental facts we may, all
of us If we will,. avoid them. We
have no infallible cure for the ad advanced
vanced advanced stages of these, diseases, but
we 'have methods that 'ward them ; off
altogether, and who can dispute the
assertion that it 13 a moral; obliga obligation
tion obligation to use them? .:
It as a duty that we owe ourselves,
our families and those rwith. whom
iwe are intimately associated, for our
comfort and theirs. We owe it to
the neighbors, the community and
the state, for, every man owes it to
all the Test that &e shall, always "be at
his nighest point of efficiency as' la
producer." The prosepity of ;'the
community depends upon the 'best
efforts of each, individual and it be becomes'
comes' becomes' a ptariotic debt.
" Even the measles and wnooping like the Tot
cough and those other plagues of yune.
cnIxod, n:ay bo avcIJcJ, should j
bo avoided an 5 If re -will, ; we .may
avoid th::i. TL:y :,re not Eeceary,;
and it isn't jplaylns -."fair vi:h the
youngsters .to 'permit or enforce" thj;
ordeal upon them. Tbey cn't 'it; 'it;-themseives.
themseives. 'it;-themseives. We can '"protect thcr:T j
and we 'should. j
. The sick man is the ucalcrj aar j
yet not quite useless for he curves
an" example to the community of t
Tesult of neglecting a plain d
'Ho Vho Is 'disabled -by ilteczs is
longer a producer
;afir-; f r
pense, a dreg upon his
actual drawback to the general iprcc iprcc-perity.
.'The gocpcl of rood 4:cilt!i 'Isfncxt
to the gospel of .Chrit!?,sity even 'a
part ol it. Ill !tcalLIi 1 3 not ordi:ixi-
ly'or conduciv; to a
arid as a'-prt cf cur ccJe of
if w will4not ddmit it as a ;
our' practical every-day "religion, It
chould -Guide us to v-.:ttcr livir..
JThe basic fc ct rc main.-:, -v. hctL : r
we malic it a ; rt cf our rcllrjlcn cr
i Ian ; av
Where j?, tin 'ordinance has been
passed by Oe city of Ocala cal!inr; for
an -election to submit to the rni inured
voters of the city of Ocala, to C -cicle
whether or not bonls to -the a mot it -o
SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND liOJL liOJL-LARS
LARS liOJL-LARS be tissued for the Mirv ot
erecting' and eqi:lppln;; an I.Iu JTRIL
LIGHT STAT30NT in OT7r.fctlon with
trie city -WATER "VOI;K::, :.nd tst end ending
ing ending suclx'lines and n':r: 3 t'lorc may
be necessary to furni.i t'.u citizens of
Ocala with lisfht and po.r, said bomls
to be in the denoiiii.tition of Os;t:
Thousand. Dollars each, i;: 1 bearing In
terest at the rate of live jer cent
annum, payable in not is thar:
nor more than thirty, ars frcrr
. Now, therefore, by virtue ct ,v.t;or ,v.t;or-lty
lty ,v.t;or-lty vested in the undersigned : r
of the said city of Ocala, I iu y ;.r ;.r-claim
claim ;.r-claim (and order an election ht IJ un tin
2Sth day of October. A. 7 i: li
In the said. city of Ocala-t -! -: rnlr? :
whether or not-the-said city cl OzcAc
shall' isue 'bonds to tho "j jtwl .1
SK VENT Y-FIVE. .TlIOUcJANU I 1 1-UARS
UARS 1-UARS for the purpose of eretlnsr
equipping an liustxriuu juiuitr :
TION in connection vrlth the
W ATE It AVORKS, anc extei.uin'j-su'h
lines and wires as there miy, nec-essarj-
to furnish fhc- citize n? t.f Gcil
with liffht and. povver. i" 1 id-'bonds to
be in 'the denomination of One T:-.-:l-sand
Dollars each, bearing In t err -:t :
the rate of -Ave per cent., and t".o---in
not less than ten years ror nu,re
than thirty years from date cf issue.
' And hereby appoint' D.- A. V,'f-aiher.?
I F.' Ballard and' J. H, L.ivin:.Hton a-3
inspectors and Isaao Steven.3 a.i cl?rk
said election shall be 'nel-i at t.i
hall of -the city of Ocala b-?tv- ; -j
hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and 0
P. m. . '
In witness whereof I have li r
affixed my hand and seal of t ': ,.
of Ocala, .this the 25th day of i: i:-ber,
ber, i:-ber, A. D. 1914. f
(Seal) J. D. ROBHrtTSON. ?:.-;v
Attest:- H. C. HISTRUNK, City C:
S-26-dly sat ,;
- ; Her Vsnts : -'
Xoc3 your vifo vant t'zo vcl;
& vlila on tho seacoast,' and a ncv?- j
limousine car every six months. I" 1
be pleased most to death if .cho'cD".
fix her attention ch a cznall zaatt-.: ?
New; Orleans Pir 1
lFAIIi COIjD NEEDS
Xo use to fuss and try to -wear it
out. It will wear you out instead.
Take Dr. King's Xew 'Discover re relief
lief relief follows quickly. lt checks your
cold and soothes your cough r.way.
Pleasant, antieeiitic and healing.
Ghildren like it. et a 5,0c bottle of
DV. King3 'New Discovery and keep
it in the house. "Our family coah
and cold doctor," writes Lewis Cham Chamberlain,
berlain, Chamberlain, Banchester, Ohio. (Money
back if not "satisfied., but it nearly al always
ways always helps. tues-thrus-frl-w
Sufficient Unto Himself.
What the superior man seeks Is In
himself: what the ?mall man seeks la
in others. Confucius.
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