FEARED THAT HIE GUID TURIIIIIG MEW OF FliEIICH
AIID BniTISH HAS GOIIE TOD FAR
Paris, Oct. 2. .With reinforce reinforce-mentK
mentK reinforce-mentK which were shifted to .his army
from other parts of the line, General
Von iXluck, commander of the Gh Gh-man
man Gh-man right wing, has been maktog
violent- efforts for the past tweniy tweniy-Xour
Xour tweniy-Xour &ours to pierce the left wingjof
the allies, and cut off the Freieh
troop north of vthe Somme rer
from the tbalance of the army, jte-
the Germans &ave been unsuccesful
in, this move, ---".yv
TWENTY DAYS OF CARXAGt
In spite of the 'terrific efforts of
both sides, interspersed with srak-
ing cannonade the great battlqof
the Aisne; which ibegan September
1 2 th, is still ..."without decisive f est.
Official .information received -'at he
.French war office still makfes no mii mii-tion
tion mii-tion or. the German retreat,. klthoK
unofficial reports from the noh
have stated f rpm jime, iq twiei
lae past uouia mat, ji
the German army are retiring towfd
(Belgium, :-V'"" V ;':
ALLIES PROGRESS OX THE Llfr
. Paris, Oct. 2. A war office offlal
statement this afternoon says he
Roye, where the -Germans"; thave fen
f. strongly reinforced. The frontor
!. 1 i 1 linn nVtlf VOn r? 3 1 TJ t fl H
region south of Arras. In the Wope
district, the 'French offensive n n-tinues
tinues n-tinues with progress, notably inhe
region between Apremont ancBL
. ALLIK1) LEFT PUSHING oy
Paris, Oct. -2: -A terrific Dattiis
in progress between the allies Id
GermanHn .the : vicinity of Re,
west of the:Oise, .where the Germs
Siave concentrated heavy forces, J-
cording to an official announcemt
issued 'nere ax
o'clock this af:-
: The "battle seems to 'be exten
more and moTe toward the' noa,
ivhich, it is pointed out, is an id ideation
eation ideation that the French left winis
Tnaintalning its success in Itsji Itsji-Teloping
Teloping Itsji-Teloping movement against jn
The German troops operhg
against the 'French right win
t amnt.ed to construct a b ridge
Meuse to allow a (passage tor uepn
troops, 'but it has been destroyj
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AUSTRL WIXJj FIGHT HARD FOR
HER KEY TO THE
GLondon, Oct. 2. A Venice dis dis-latch
latch dis-latch to the Daily aMil says the al allied
lied allied .fleet has begun operations
against Pola, the chief naval station
of AustrlaHungary on the Adriatic
Sea,1. Three hundred thousand sol soldiers
diers soldiers have 'been assembled there
within the past few "Weeks to assist
in defending the post.
CLOSE CALL FOR
RESIDENCE WRECKED Br A
SH ELIj JDURIXG BOMKARD-
31 EXT OF RHEIMS'
Xrondon, Oct. 2. -A dispatch' from
Rheims, dated 'Wednesday, to th3
Exchange felegraph Co., says:
v "Rheims is the scene of a fierce
artillery duel", this morning. Thiring
the bombardment the American- con consul
sul consul had a narrow escape. A shell
wrecked his residence over which
floated the Stars and Stripes."
READY TO RETREAT
MOVEMEXT OF GERMAN GER GER-IAN
IAN GER-IAN GENERAL STAFF
Amsterdam, Oct.2. It is reported
here that the Germans have moved
their general staff headquarters from
Luxemburg to ;Mainz, a strongly for fortified
tified fortified town on the east bank of the
Rhine, in preparation for the retreat
from France. J
Dr. AV. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
OCALA, FLOEIDA, FBIDAY, OCTOBER 2,
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MTLE Oil THE OIEUE!! RESULTS
Petrograd, Oct. '2. The seven day
battle between Germans and Rus Russians
sians Russians west of the river Niemen, in
Poland, has ended in a victory' for
..." ; j
the czar's troops, according to an of official
ficial official announcement issued today.
The Germans are in full retreat and
the siege of Ossowiec has ibeen lifted.
CONTINUE THEIR RULE OR RUIN
POLICY IN COLORADO
Denver, Colo., Oct. 2. The Col Colorado
orado Colorado coal operators have refused to
accept (President Wilson's proposi
tion for a 1 three year truce and the
strike .which 'has resulted In seventy seventy-five
five seventy-five deaths ooiay continue Indefinitely
unless the president 'takes over the
raine3 or closes them down.
' Uohn jR. Lawson, executive board
memfoer of the United -3Iine Workers,
today issued the following. statement
regarding the operators reply to
President Wilson's letter outlining
an adjustment of the coal strike:
' "Concerning the proposition sub
mitted by the president of the United
States to the miners and operattlt
It' is necessary to say that some o
the clauses twere of course objection objectionable
able objectionable to the strikers. But the miners,
after giving it due consideration,
keeping in mind that it was backed
by the influence of President Wilson
and in an effort to show the public
they desired to (be fair, accepted It.
The operators, who 'have taken the
(public into their confidence so often
with statements .which were not
iborne out iby facts, continued this
policy In their letter to the president
whjen CMr. Welborn said his company
wofe producing 70 per cent of their
tonnage. Records in the Colorado
'Fuel and Iron office show that 'that
company produced from Jan. 1, to
(Sept. 1,-1914, but 57.99 per cent of
the amount of coal mined during the
.same period of 1913. They tell the
president that they 'conscientiously'
did everything to prevent the trou trouble
ble trouble "with their employes and then to
heal the breach. Is it possible that
they mean they tried to prevent the
trouble by their importation from
West Virginia.' of deadly machine
guns and hundreds of vicious and un unscrupulous
scrupulous unscrupulous Baldwin-Felts gunmen or
that at Ludlow they were trying to
heal the breach? The operators
have .blundered miserably since the
beginning. They have proven to the
.world -who the real anarchists are.
Yrhen Ethelbert Stewart, representa representative
tive representative of Secretary of Labor Wilson,
was in Denver they treated himith
utter contempt. When Secretary of
Labor Wilson was here in person his
treatment' was ittle better than that
of his subordinate. He had barolv
left the stale, when they. ibegan to
malign him, casting reflections on his
sincerity in trjing to 'bring about an
amicable adjustment,- Deliberate at at-tempts
tempts at-tempts were also made to decieve the
congressional committee by the- in introduction
troduction introduction of irrevelant and mislead misleading
ing misleading testimony. The federal commis commission
sion commission of conciliation, 'Fairley and Da Da-vies,
vies, Da-vies, was treated with eqxial discour discourtesy.
tesy. discourtesy. i And now, to cap the climax,
comes the monumental iblunder of
them all they attempt to browbeat
aid ibuHyrag" the president of the
United States." H
ALLIES HAVE LOST A HUNDRED
THOUSAND (MEN ON THE
"'r': -: :X :: '.'.:;::'AlSNBr.-''.' Wt'::M-
- tParis, Oct. 2,-The Red Cress and
allied institutions of mercy have 'been
swamped by the; vast ; number of
wounded soldiers from the .great bat
tlefield of the Aisne. There is con
stant" demand fdr volunteer doctors
wg i rom the casualties of the
first week of the gigantic : engage
ment, it iwooild $e ; safe to estimate
the losses of the allies' up. to date -t
more than 100,000 men.- . (
GERMANS "DRIVE RACK FRENCH
AND SILENCE FRENCH
:V. -, FORTS
. Berlin, Oct. 2. An offlsial an an-nouncement
nouncement an-nouncement today says the! great
'battle in 'France is ; still undecided.
The Germans are described as ham hammering
mering hammering the French positions at num numerous
erous numerous points with their heavy artil artillery.
lery. artillery. The attempts of the allies to
break through the German line have
.been repulsed. The heaviest losses
have been in the sArgonnes region.
.The Germans coritinue to make
steady progress. In the fighting, be before
fore before ; Antwerp, German artillery si silenced
lenced silenced two Belgian forts.
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LATER DATE IMS II OEEO
Washington, Oct. 2. The evacua evacuation
tion evacuation of Vera Cruz by General "Fun "Fun-ston,
ston, "Fun-ston, which :was originally scheduled
for October 1st, was delayed today
until October :11th, et the earliest,
and It 1s rotbable that the troops
will not leave Mexico for some time
after that date, on account of the un uncertainty
certainty uncertainty s of the situation there.
FIRE OF GERMAN'Y iBIG GUNS
THE FORTS v
Antwerp, Oct, 2.-
The fwar -office
issued the fo'llowin
day: ; 5
r The situation at Antwerp' shows
practically no change. The Germans
failed to reduce the forts.; The mor morale
ale morale of the 'Belgian troops is good, de
spite, the fact that the enemy is try
ing to demoralize them toy aerial at attacks.
tacks. attacks. , . ;
PEOPLE FLEEING TO liOLLAND
' ,.rr- .. .9 :
Ghent, Oct. 2. (Hundreds' of res-
idents of Antwerp are fleeing across
the !Dutch iborder. ; Communication
(between Antwerp and, the south, the
southeast and southwest has ;beeh
cut off. Heavy fighting continues
near Term on de.
CONDITION OF :
THE COTTON CROP
State of Florida SIiows Up with 81
. Per Cent
Washington, Oct. 2. The depart
ment, of agriculture announced the
condition of the cotton crop Sept.
25th! at 73.5 normal. By states
the crops is as 'follows: Virginia 80;
North Carolina 79; South Carolina
72; Georgia 81; Florida 81; Ala Alabama
bama Alabama 78; Mississippi 68; Louisiana
67; Texas 7 0 ; Arkansas 6 9 ; ; Ten
nessee 70; Oklahoma ;So;y
AUSTRJANS .REPULSED AGAIN
Servians Have Foiled Another At Attempt
tempt Attempt to Cross the Save
:Nish, Oct. 2. The capture of
Vlasenitza, northeast of Sarajevo, Is
announced by the Servian war office
today. Another attempt by Austrians
to cross the Save river has ben re repulsed.
DIRECT FROM THE
SAVE THE MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT.?!
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JAPS AND (BRITISH CONTINUE: L'J
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Tokio, .Oct. 12.-CrcbpInsr clcn to
Tsing Tao, a flotilla of Japiicra tor torpedo
pedo torpedo broat destroyers 'has destroyed
the German barracks there and lire
is reported raging ,within the fortiH-.
cations. : : . ..-
The Japanese fleet- continues" to
borr?r.-' 'the fortresij, agisted". by the
(British and Japanese batteries frcrn
the l;tid side. t '
AMEIliaV VERSUS AIJIA
Minority Leader Iann ThLal.y PacUlc
Will See Great V.Vr of 1 1: :?
' .' Future
Washington,' Oct. 2. Wzmlnz
that Philippine independence .:near.t
mand of the Pacific,, "the
ground of,the future," and th:,t
conflict ibetwen-ttie United Gtat. rr.d
the Orient, "commercial or ot:y;f ot:y;f-iwise,"
iwise," ot:y;f-iwise," was inevitable, was niv-;: the
House yesterday by 'Jlcublican
Leader IMann, In a vigorous
opposing the pending 'PhilipiIne LIU..
Representative Olann, declared if ti-3
Philippines became independent tiy
-would in time 'be acquired either by
Japan or by some other nation, ulti ultimately
mately ultimately to :be used against the United.
"If there Is to be independency cf
"let there 'be absolute independenro.
If they are to go, let them go and let
Japan and Ohina, Germany or In Inland
land Inland take them as Is inevitable, r.n-l
then. -we wlll -know -what we have l
iNew York, Oct. 1, 6:43 p. m TL3
bombardment of Antwerp contlnuc3.
Turkey demands that Great Brit Britain
ain Britain explain the presence of vrarship.i
In the Dardennellos. :.
German warships shelling Jai :j
Tremedous struggle in .Franco,
continues desperately; Anglo-French
forces a4vanclng slightly.;
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RITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
U. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Learengood, Business 3Ianager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor :
Entered at Ocala, Fla, poatoffice
One year, in advance. .
Sir months, in advance.
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance
General Election November' 3, 1914
For United States Senator r
DUNCAN U. FLETCHER.
For Congressman, 2nd District:
For Commissioner of Agriculture:
W. A. McRAE. t m
For Justice of Supreme Court:
T. W. SHACKLEFORD.
W. 'M. ELLIS.
For State Senator, '20th District:
W. J. CROSBY.
W. T. HENDERSON.
For Tax Collector:
W. L. COLBERT.
Por County Treasurer:
JOHN QL GRAHAM.
.For County Commissioners:
W. D. CARN.
.J. T. MUTCHIXS.
ZSC JL FORT.
S. R. PYLES.
For Members School Board:
O. S. SCOTT.
JR. R. BLITCH.
JJ. S. GRANTHAM.
'The Star exceedingly doubts that
"Kaiser Wilhelm ever issued any or orders
ders orders to "crush General 'French's con contemptible
temptible contemptible Tttle army'.' No man is
better posted on military affairs than
the German emperor. 'He did not
expect the British army to he lined
against him, 'but it isn't likely
.that", he ever considered it contempti contemptible.
ble. contemptible. Dispatches today Indicate that the
allies on the German right may nave
carried their -turning movement too
Xar. IThey have swung around until
they are almost behind the Germans,
And now iherA'Is rfansrer that the
kaiser's troops will Ibreak their line
m -, tv,om ff That nT-mnn -n rm v I
in iXorth France -may ibe hard press
ed, but it is yet able to do iremend-
i otis damage to Its enemies.
' There are always found obstruc
tionists and malcontents. In all com com-urtmUles
urtmUles com-urtmUles there will be found "those
who pull iback and never want to go
The Banner anight simplify things
fjy giving the names of these fiends in
Inrman form, who ihave no right to an
opinion as to how the affairs of their
trome city shall 'be conducted. If -the
Banner will tag them all, us progres-
.'lve Xolks will get together -and ride
Chem.out of town on a rail, and then
everything will foe sweet and lovely.
It has been widely advertised by
the British press and news agencies
$.hat the Germans are poor marks
men with the rifle. An American
writing from Belgium, however, tes
tifies the other way. He saw many
Belgians who had suffered "from Ger
man infantry fire, and they all-tes-j
tilled to the excellence of German
marksmanship. With all their pre-
Tiaredness in other respects, it isn't
likely that Germany would send.oiien
unto the, field equipped ', with rifles
tbey do not know how to use. It is
to ibe expected, however, that the
. British -have the best -marksmen in
the war, as their men hare' had
much more practice than the soldiers
of any other power.
Ever since railroading began,
coupling cars has been one of the
most dangerous operations connected
sitb everyday work. Hundreds of
Irra'kemen have foeen crusfoed to death
and thousands maimed; scores of -au
tomatic devices have been invented,
and none found that would entirely
prevent the human coupler putting
111 mself into some danger. It has
now 'oeen mscoverea mat oy using
-elartric "magnets supplied with cur-
Tent from the engine, it is possible
to couple the cars without a man go
ing foe t ween them at the time of
C52atact. Of course It will cost mon-
eer lo install the apparatus, and of
course the railroads, ever more cars cars-ftsl
ftsl cars-ftsl of dividends than human life,
will Sght against the improvement.
trut public sentiment will in time
DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
as second class matter.
One year- in advance. ..... 8.00
Six months, in advance..... 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance. . . '.80
The Columbus, Ga., Industrial
'The storm is passing and the
rainbow of promise begins toibright toibright-en
en toibright-en the business sky. Conditions in
the Southeast particularly are tend tending
ing tending toward normal, slowly, tout
"The movement for 'buying and
holding cotton described by. a great
financial authority as 'promising to
be one of the successes of co-operation
to relieve, the crisis, has
spread through a great part of the
country. It is estimated that 1,000, 1,000,-ibales
ibales 1,000,-ibales have 'been taken already, in including
cluding including pledges. Southern farmers
are 'building barns for storing cotton.
"The exports of lumber from
Southeastern -ports is ibeing resumed,
and there lias tbeen at least one im
portant export movement of -naval j
"A Southern railroad company
has voted $0,000,000 of 'bonds, the
greater portion of which will -be used
for 'betterments. ;
"The voting of $4,500,000 of
ibonds by Birmingham, Ala., for a
municipal improvement has had an
encouraging effect. V
"Construction and industrial ac
tivities in the Southeast furnish a
sound 'basis of real optimism.
"(During the week "sixteen new
corporations -with minimum capital
stock aggregating $242,600 iwere
"Among the items of construction
work to -be done,, as reported this
'lApartment bouses; Atlanta (bank
buildings, Onecnta, Ala., and Tampa
Fla.; (bridges, Whitfield county, Ga.;
and railway bridges In Alabama and
Georgia; hotel .buildings Tampa and
St. Augustine, Fla.; railway ipassen-
ger station, Bartow, Fla.; drainage,
Tampa, Fla.; paving Sarasota, Fla.;
street improvemenx, sewer ana sea-
mn which. $100,000 of munici-
I 1 n J JL. J TTT- X. T-
'pai mouas iwere Yoiea, west 'raim
Beach, Fla.; warehouses, 7 Courtland
and Huntsville, Ala., and CMilledge-
ville; school building, Tfor which
bonds were voted, (Buchanan.
"'Con struct! on contracts have ibeen
awarded as follows:'
"Apartment bouses, Tampa and
fWest Palm IBeach, Fla.; cluo bouse
Birmingham, Ala.; business (block,
Clearwater, Fla.; beating systems in
three school buildings, $17,247, iMo-
bile, Ala.; $26,000 Canton and Tam
pa", Fla.; .(warehouses Tallahassee,
"Industrial plants will 'be estab
lished as follows:
"One-hundred ton ice plant, CMo-
ibile, Ala., and Ice plant to foe enlarg
ed at cost of $65,000, Birmingham,
Ala.; packing "plants Dade City. Fla.:
and iDouglas; lumber plant near By-
romville, nd lumber plant to be en
larged, Bartow, Fla.; laundry,
Athens, Ala.; lighting plants, Gayles-
ville, AJa., and St. George; company
has been incorporated to estab'isa
Ice plant in Gadsden, Ala.; franchise
for gas plant in Tifton has been ask
ed; company to operate cotton imill.
fertilizer plant and ginnery has (been
incorporated at Opelikai Ala.;
at Eatonville company has 'been in
corporated to operate grist and
flour mill, and ginnery ; t preliminary
survey is to be made for an electric
railway between Gadsden and Cen
Editor iBenjamin of the Ocala Star
says he doesn't look like iMutt and
threatens to lick the Orlando Sen
tinel man for the allegation. "Sure
Sparkman is wrong.
&Iutt is a hand
some cuss. -Clearwater Sun.
We concede that foe is 'handsomer
than Powell. As for Sparkman, he
was drying up so fast last time we
saw him that he must look like noth
ing at all now.
When' the second newspaper was
established in Ocala was it charged
that it was done for the purpose o
running the Ocala Banner out of bus
iness? If it was for that purpose It
did not succeed. Banner
If this entirely uncalled for state
ment refers to the Star, it is with
out foundation. The Star was not es
tablished with any desire of runnin
search the files of the Ocala (Banner
for 1897-98, they will find a number
of articles showing xery plainly that
the editor of that paper thought that
the proprietors of the Star had no
right-to start another paper. The
Star i 3 sorry to see this 'belated out outcropping:
cropping: outcropping: of a feeling that it suppos supposed
ed supposed was dead and forgotten.
THAT EXTREMELY. ACCURATE
Since the matter is up .for discus discussion,
sion, discussion, the Star ill give a low of the
exclusive scoops of the (Associated
Press since the -war (began, the said
scoops proving to (be fakes:'
, 1. JNew York, Avg. 6. Captain
Heath of the Uranium line steamer
Uranium, announced at the (British
consulate today that he had inter intercepted
cepted intercepted yesterday wirelessi v messages
from the steamer Lusitania,: saying
that two German cruisers, which had
been pursuing the Lusitania, had
been chased and sunk by two Brit Brit-Ish
Ish Brit-Ish warships. The 'Uranium reached
2. London, Aug. 3. The (Daily
Chronicle publishes a rumor that
Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria
has been assassinated
3. New. York, 'Aug. 6. 3lt is an
nounced that two German cruisers
pursuing the liner (Lusitania wece
sunk by two British warships.
TILstoric Battle of they 'll umber
4. Private cable advices received
in 'New York sent out by the Asso
ciated Press report that a flotilla of
German torpedo (boats has attacked
British warshipsin the Hu:mfoer, the
waterway to Hull, on the east coast
of (England, sinking four of them. A
num'ber of the attacking German tor
pedo boats iwere lost.
Anticipated Capture of Liege by a
5. Paris; France, Aug. 7.- fOfticial
reports received here say th Ger German
man German troops have entered t?he (Belgian
city of Liege fout have not foeen able
to take the forts. Fighting of the
most violent character took place In
6. !Xew York, Aug. 10 IFrom two
sources today came a report to GSTew
York that the Xorth !Gernan-!LIoyd
liner Kronprlnz Wilhelm had foeert
captured iby the British cruiser Es Es-sex
sex Es-sex and taken to 'Bermuda as a prize.
Death of the Pope's Sister
('Entirely Exclusive Scoop)
7, Rome, Aug. 20. The foody of
Pope Pius X, who died peacefully
this morning, foas been laid out in
state for thousands to view. The
pathos of his passing has been ac accentuated
centuated accentuated by the death "of his sister,
Anna. Always she was at his (bed (bedside
side (bedside In times of sickness arid she
was kneeling near him when he
breathed his last. The pope's sister
was assisted from the room arid-col
lapsed soon afterward. Bt. Aimici
attended foer, fout alarming symptoms
developed, with high, fever, from
which she did not rally.
Instead of Others Being Ahead; As
sociated Press was Belvind
The death- of Pope Pius occurred
at the time announced by the United
Press and International (News Ser Service.
vice. Service. For ''reasons of state" his at
tendants-held tyack the hews for
some hours and the Associated iPress
did not send out the news till they
gave it leave. The other news ser
vices were not ahead of time with
their report. The Associated Press
There was not any paper in the
country which announced the sur
render of Von Kluck. All of them,
except those taking a very limited
service, announced' that he was hard
pressed. The reports Tead here were
International News Service, Tries-
day afternoon: "Paris, Sept. 29.
The right wing of the German army
in France is now in full Tetreat. Gen.
Von Kluck offers to 'surrender to
General Joffre if the Germans are al allowed
lowed allowed to retire to Germany. Von
Kluck's communications; are cut off.
General Von Kluck agreed to guar
antee that his soldiers would not
take up arms again during the war.
General Joffre's reply was to redou redouble
ble redouble the fury of the French foomfoard-
ment. General Von Buelow's army Is
in grave danger. The German losses
Associated Press, Wednesday
mornings "London, Sept.-v 29. -A
Paris dispatch to the Exchange Tel Telegraph
egraph Telegraph Company says: It Is said bere
that the German right has 'been en entirely
tirely entirely broken and is now being pur pursued
sued pursued fov the allies. All the automo
biles in northern France have been
requisitioned for the purpose of pur
siiincr. Armored motor cars with
mitraileuses also, are (being used to
nursue the retreating enemy. The
official communication Issued at 3
o'clock yesterday, demonstrated that
the Germans have been surrounded
it, and no person
spealc for it, ever
such intention. If
French front extending further east.
It is stated ofiicially that Peronne
has been captured."
If a man goes out in the woods,
gets behind an ordinary sized tree
and puts his face close up against It,
he will find that it shuts out his view
of all the rest of the world.
Sometimes a paper taking a little
pony service of. 500 words a day,
which covers about c:.Tht hours in the
twenty-four, fools itself Into thin kr
Ing it is printing all the news there
Is; hut it' is not able to impress the
same erroneous Idea on its readers.
: BE FEARFUL
The following from the Maryland
Agricultural Experiment Station will
foe of interest to our farmers:
The supply of potash, for our fer fertilizer
tilizer fertilizer mixtures is now cut. off by the
war and since we depend largely on
Germany for this material, it will
probably (be sometime foefore It will
foe again available. .While .much of
the potash for the fall trade has been
shipped or Is in this country, the fact
that there is r no more In sight will
cause this supply to be used spar sparingly
ingly sparingly and at advanced prices.
This scarcity, however, need not
seriously concern the average Mary Maryland
land Maryland farmer, particularly the grower
of corn and wheat. Most of bur soils
contain a plentiful supply of potash,
whici can foe made available for ,the
coming wheat crop if a liberal appll
cation of lime 4s used; since lime
foeside "sweetening sour soils and lib liberating
erating liberating nitrogen from organic mat
ter also makes the unavailable potash
compounds in the soil available for
the use of the crop.
Experiments carried on at the state
experiment station through a series
of years have proven that the use of
lime answers the same purpose as
the application of fertilizers contain
ing potash, fout only so long as there
is plenty of potash In the soil. Since
we find most Maryland soils rich in
potash, we need not be concerned
that liming will exhaust the supply
for some time to come.
(Bearing this fact an mind grow growers
ers growers are advised to dispense with fer
tilizer mixtures containing potash if
the advance in price is due to the
rise in the cost of potash." For. his
wheat and scorn, the grower cannot
afford to pay' much more for his pot
ash supply than he has in the psrst.
In some sections, where tobacco
stems and stalks can foe secured they
may foe used to supply potash as they
contain a considerable amount. The
chances are, however, that the sup
ply will soon foe exhausted under
present conditions, and for the av
erage farmer, looking for a cheap
source of potash for his wheat crop,
no better method can foe followed
than liming his field foefore seeding.
. IS GETTING USED TO IT
The following -from the New York
Sun expresses the; state of mind of
the ordinary lridividual:
Jl often, When' a kid, looked back
through printed history's pages and
said, Those' times of siege and
sack! what thrills In former ages!"
iBut now when .history Is piled up
waist deep in all the papers, I some
how fail to get filed nip and thrilled
foy all its capers. 'With Waterloos
each day on land, Trafalgars on the
ocean, I can't supply the large de demand
mand demand they make on my. emotion
IHourly, a thousand soldiers are un unmercifully
mercifully unmercifully slaughtered? JMy sympa
thies won't spread so far without
they're largely watered. It comes too
thick, it comes too fast, for my mind
to receive it it's got me to the place
at last when a don't quite believe it
cannot thrill, I cannot weep, it's
ceased to be exciting. This after
noon I went to sleep while reading of
the fighting. It's got V to foe such
routine stuff. I cannot hit the ceil
ing. Although susceptible enough,
it's worn out all my feeling. Al
though I think I am not quite a cal
lous sort or sinner I cannot thrill
about this fight as I do o'er my din
EXPENSE STACKING UP
For the first half of the financial
year Oct. 1 the British national rev
enue amounted approximately to
$380,000,000 a d ecrease of $13 ,500, ,500,-000
000 ,500,-000 .as compared witli last year,
while the expenditures aggregated
$670,000,000 showing an increase
of nearly $230,000,000 -due to the
The British government has no notified
tified notified our state department that
Great Britain will not Interefere with
shipments of foodstuffs., from the
United States to Holland. 7 Great
Britian also has agreed to release
any seized cargoes as soon as it is
established that their destination Is
Holland. It is understood that Great
Britain has impressed upon -Holland
that according to her duties as a
neutral state she must not permit
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to the German army
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THE WORLD'S SERIES
IN POUM A TJO
ABOUT THE BRAVES AXDi
(Daily Sport Letter I. NV S.)
BY ;FBANK : G. tMENKE
Xew York Oct. 2. -A careful an analysis
alysis analysis of the 1914 records of the
pitchers twho ; probably will work in
the .world series, sbotfs that the Ath Athletic
letic Athletic quartet has an edge on the Bos Boston
ton Boston trio In real pitching power.
But the edge is one of only the
7 The analysis shows that .while
Bender and Plank have a higher
strike out average per game than any
of the Bostonlans, James of the
Braves has allowed fewer Hits per
game and -Rudolph has given fewei
bases on balls.
Records that merely show how
many games a pitcher has won and
lost during a season are valueless
In attempting a comparison ,of pitch pitching
ing pitching prowess. Some pitchers may be
luckier than others. Some may (pitch
three hit games strike out a dozen
men- and' lose. Others anay give .a
iozen bases on .balls and allow a
dozen hits and yet win. The grand
winning average oi Lne JBoston trio Is
.694 against .685 for the 'Athletic
quartet.; : ; ;
' To find just what each pitcher has
clone on the firing line statistics ;wereuVr.rV ifv f i-o-qA -r
axnerea ror xne.xi season, up to
and including the
The figures later were reduced to
show just how, many 'batters each
pitcher "has truck.out in an average
nine inning game, how many ibases
on balls and hit's he allowed. Coing
further, the figures were Teduced to
show just what "the average nine in inning
ning inning yield of 'hits, strike-out and
bases on jballs has ibeen from the
Athletic quartet and Braves trio so
far this season.
The result of the last -figuring
sihowed that the four Athletic (pitch
ers as a whoje have allowed. 7 7-S
hits, given 2W Abases on
struck out 4 Vz men in
inning game. In, comparison,
Braves trio has allowed 4 4J5 "hits,
2 2-3 bases on 'balls and struck out 4
men in each game.
. The statistics show Rudolph Is the
steadiest of the seven,ip0ctiers. He
has given only 1 2-3 bases on toalls
per game. 'Bender and Plank are
tied for strike-out -honors with five
per game. James of the Braves, has
permitted an average .of "only 7 hits
per game less than any of the other
The Rival Teams
Here are the names of the Boston
and Philadelphia' players who are el eligible
igible eligible for participation in the.w-prld
series: '.- ' ":.
Pitchers: Charles Bender, Ed Edward
ward Edward "Plank, John Combs, rHerbert
Penock, Robert J'. Shawkey, Leslie J.
Sueh, J. Weldon Wycoff, Roy Bress Bress-ler,
ler, Bress-ler, Lloyd Davies.
Catchers: Ira Thomas, John W.
Lapp, -"Walter iH. Schang, Dean B.
Sturgis, James J. tMcAvoy.
Mnfielders: John iMclnnis, iEdward
Collins, John Barry, J. 'Franklin
Baker, 'Harry -Davis, 'William L.
Kopf. ; ; .. ;,
Outfielders: Amos Strunk, Ed Edward
ward Edward aturphy, Heu'ben L. Oldrin,
James P. Walsh, J. A. Thompson.
Pitchers: -William James, Rich Richard
ard Richard Rudolph, George Tyler, Otto
Hess, George Davis, 'Richard Crutch Crutch-er
er Crutch-er Eugene Cochreham, Paul Strand,
Ensign Cottrell. 1
Catchers: Henry Gowdy, Burt
Whaling, Fred .Mitchell.
Infielders: Charles Schmidt, Jno.
J. Evers, Walter tMaranville, J. Car Carlisle
lisle Carlisle Smith, George Whitted, Charles
Outfielders: Leslie Mann, Joe
Connoly, Larry Gil1ert, Josh Devore,
Terhert ;Moran, Theodore Cater.
General 'Utility: Oscar !Dugey.
Here are the .major and minor
league records of the Infielders of
the Braves and Athletics, who will
participate in the world series:
John J. Molnnis, first (baseman (baseman-Born
Born (baseman-Born in Maiden, IM ass, 1890 : Play Played
ed Played with one of the smaller Nw
England teams in 1908, and joined
the Athletics in 1 9 0 9. Is five Xeet
eight inches tall and weighs 150
pounds. Bats and throws
Edward T. Collins, second base basemanBorn
manBorn basemanBorn in CMillertown, X. Y., in
IS 86. His playing .with the Colum
bia College team in 1306 influenced
Connie 'Mack to give him a trial.
,nniii' '"nlflvpd six cames with the
Athlet!cs In 1906 imder the name of
Sullivan. The next year he playtd
under his own name. Is five feet 10
inches tall. Bats left handed and
throws right handed.
, John J. Barry, short stop. Born
In Meridian Conn., in 1887. 'His work
on the flEIoly Cross College team at attracted
tracted attracted the attention 4f Connie
IMack, ;who signed him. ;!Js "five feet
eight inches tall, weighs 160 pounds.
Bats 'and throws right -handed.
J. Franklin Baker, Third baseman
Born.Jn Trappe, AId.r in 1886. Be Began
gan Began career with Bldgeby lMd, club
in 1906. Flayed with the Cambridge,
'Md., club In 1307, joining the 'Ath 'Athletics
letics 'Athletics in 1908. Ts six ieet tall, weighs
180 pounds. Bats and throws left
Charles Schmidt, first ibaseman-
Born in Boston in 1887. Began pro
fessional career with the Syracuse,
N.; Y., team. ; ..;-.. . -'
John J. Evers, first ibaseman
Bora in Troy, N. Y.t in 1883. Began
professional. career jwith the Troy
team 4n 1902. Is five feet eight Inch Inch-se
se Inch-se tall. Throws right handed, 'bats
Walter Marnaville, short stop
Born 1892 in Springfield, .Mass. Be Began
gan Began professional career with "New
Bedford Glass., team.
J. Carlisle Smith, third baseman baseman-Born
Born baseman-Born In Atlanta, Ga., in 1890v Be Be-gan
gan Be-gan real career with the lAtlanta
Joe Connolly.- Born in Woon-
' socket. R. I., in 1887. :First nrofes-
giohal engagement ,with 3iontreal.
Had .a -brief trial with the Washing Washington
ton Washington Americans but was released on
T T 1 A.
IMdran-Born in 'New
iWith the AtlSLntSL teara
.ras sold by
Brooklyn -before the d9 14
opened and resold to the
about six weeks ago.
Leslie Mann.- -Born in Lincoln,
iX-eb., in 1891. Began career rwith
' Outfielder's Records
iH ere are (major and minor league
records of the outfielders of the
J Braves and Athletics who will par-
ticipate in the world series:
CEd ward iM urphy. tRorn in Han Hancock,
cock, Hancock, rN. Y., in I S 9 1 .Played with the
Villa !Xord College team in
Scran ton, Pa.,
in 1911, and' Balti-
more in 1912. Is -five .feet 10 inches
the.tall and iwpiehts 170 nmihds Rats
left 'handed, throws right handed.f
iReuben X. Oldring Born in: 'New
York city' in 18841 Played with the
Montgomery Southern League in
1905. Is five feet 10 inche tall.
Bats and throws right 'handed!
'Amos Strunk Born in. Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia in 1880. Played in theiAtlantic
League in 1900. Was signed hy the
Athletics in 1910. Is sixi feet tall,
weighs 170 pounds, ibats left handed
and throws right handed.
' -:' .. The Pitchers
iRi chard IRudolph,, BravesBorn
in.ew York city, 1889. Played twlth
tFordham College team and later with
an independent team in Xew Hamp-
ehire. Joined Toronto in 1907. ; The
Giants drafted him in 1910, ibut,aic ibut,aic-Graw
Graw ibut,aic-Graw turned -him back owing to his
small staturec Is five feet nine Inches-
tall and weighs 156 pounds.
Bat's and pitches right handed.
William ; James, Braves Born in
Iowa Mill. California, in 1892. Was
sensation of 1912 season in North
.western iLeague 'while Ditching for
Seattle. Joined the Braves in 1913.
Is a right bander.
George' Taylor, Braves Born in
Berry N."" H. 1 8 S 9 Started career
with Lowell, N. H. team. Joined -the
Braves in d910. Is a southpaw'.
Charles IEdward Bender, Athletics
4BonTin IBrainerd, sMinn., 188i
.Plaved with the Carlisle Indian
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Result of Yesterday's Games in the
Cincinnati 2, Pittsburg 5.
Boston 7, New York 6.
Brooklyn 7, Philadelphia 9.
Detroit '1, St. Louis 6. (5 Innings);
First: New York 5, Boston
Eecond: New York 2, Boston 4
Philadelphia 3, Washington U
School in 1900riid 1901. With the1
Dickinson College team in 1902. Join
ed the Athletfcs in-103. Is six-feet
two inches tall and weighs 170
pounds. Pitches and tats right
handed. V :r
iEdward Plank, Athletics Born
in Gettysburg, Pa., in 1875. Pitched
for the XJetty sbur g Co i lege tea m an d
his work in 1900 caused Connie
(Mack to sign him.' Plank is five feet
11 Inches tall, weighs- 170 pounds.
Leslie J. Bnsh .Athletics-rBorn in
Bralnerd, ftllnn., in 1895.- Pitched
for the CUissonla, Montana team in
1912. Joined the Athletics in the
fall of H913. ds five feet 10 inches
tall and weighs 175 pounds. Is a
right handed Ibatter and pitcher.
'Robert J. Shawkey, Athletics
Born in BrookfieldPa., in 1890.. Be
gan his professional 'career ,with the
Harrisburg, Pa., team In 1911. The
next year he went to (Baltimore. .Re
mained there until near the end of
19 1 3 season when signed 'by the
Athletics. Is five feet 1 0 inches tall
and weighs "175 pounds. Bats and
pitches right handed. .'
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corner. Itals a la carte and lunches
at any 40i:r. Adv.
Cant Help Wondering.
Parisian fashion leaders or the gen
tier sex have taken up the f ad o
tinting' their complexions to match the
hues of their dresses. We just can't
help wondering how the lady with a
plaid dress Is going to meet the exi.
gency. Youngstown Telegram.
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OCALA FRATERNAL OliDERS
3IAJRION-DUNN 31ASOXIO IODGE
(irarlon-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, nntil further notice
Baxter Carn, W. -31.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OP EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, Xo. 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. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
Tulula Lodge No 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets In longe'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.
' r W. L. Colbert, Secretary. :
IvNIGHTS OF PYTIILS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every -Monday at 7:30 p. m.,4at
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
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Fort .King Camp No. 14 mets at
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second and fourth Friday. Visiting
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- F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. 'n.
Visiting brethern always welcome ;o
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postofficc.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
COXCORDL1 LODGE F. IT. OF A.
Concordla 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. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R. f f-L.
L. f-L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
CHAPTER NO. -13, R. A. M.
.Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.r on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. in. C. E. Connor, II. P.
, Jake Brown, Secretary.
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TTTB OCALA BVEHING STAR. TRIDAV, OCTOniTIl 2, 1014.
change In the large cities also is no noticeable.
ticeable. noticeable. "Liquor is still sold in first first-class
class first-class cafes, hut these are practically
empty. The Csevsky Prospect, once
famous for its gay midnight life,; is
now quiet without a sign of rev el ry."
f OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)
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A SCHOOL OF STUDY"
Thought for the Day
Life's frost is fated to come to us
all, (but what does it matter. In the
end we are roiybed of only a few few-roses.
roses. few-roses. Our bodies are short lived; it
is the influence which flows from our
hearts that is deathless. What does
a little frost matter It -only mellows
the radiance of our sunset's glow.
lHca iF'llon VTiTi-i; inn" wa?T f h Amsf
ess yesterday afternoon at the first
meeting of the Young Girl's Bridge
Club, which organized a short time
ago. This club consists of eight
members, each hostess being accord accorded
ed accorded the -privilege of havingasniany
grueats as she m a y jwjUhTh e regu-
larweeTcImeetings of the club will
, 2e Tuesday afternoon. "Miss Clark Clark-;
; Clark-; son had them yesterday more as an
organizing "body and a get together
Affair. This '.preliminary iparty was
Taiost delightful and the 'two tables of
-auction lasted -until late In the after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, ftfhen (Miss IClarkson assisted
by her sister served rwhipt cream
dainty and cake. This little clulb is
, the first of the many to organize for
the winter and will add quite a little
to the social charm of the city. The
memhers are: 'Mrs. 'Herhert iLattner,
Misses 'Rosebud Robinson, Mary Mc
Dowell, (Ruby Gissendaner, Dorothy
Bcbreiber, Marion Dewey, Nellie
Gottlieb and (Ellen-Clarkson, to the
Joined after Christmassy iMiss Helen
Brown, who i3 now on a round of
visits in the north. Cs'o prizes were
awarded yesterday afternoon.
The custodian of the King's
laughters box is", deeply grateful by
the generous contributions that are
being sent in. The hox Is never too
full; sn fact, is nearly always empty
because of the frequent demands
made upon it. especially so during
the stress of these trying times. We
:rnake an appeal to every one who has
wearing apparel of any description
whatsoever that they cannot use, to
give it into the King's Daughters
-hands the distributions are deserv deserv-'
' deserv-' edly placed; and true charity Is not
Mi?s iMollle (Ross, stenographer for
"the Ocala 'Northern Railroad Com Company,
pany, Company, is taking a short vacation and
impending it with friends in Orlando.
the home of the president, 0Iis3 Min Minnie
nie Minnie Gamsby on Fort King avenue, at
4 c 'clock.
Psalms 27: "What the Lord is to
'Me," is the theme of the sermon this
evening at the Baptist church. Rev.
Stephens Is dealing well with his
subjects and the Interest being man
ifested 13 indeed most gratifying.
We will teach children how to pre prepare
pare prepare their lessons in the afternoon
for each day. Terms reasonable.
Phone 205 or apply to Qlrs. j.' V.
Roberts and Mrs. R. L. Carter, ,2-6 1
3IOOSE HA I A FRIST
, iMrs. I. V. Stevens and daughter,
Margaret, will come up Monday from
!LaKeiana lor an indefinite visit to
Mrs. Stevens' aunt, Mrs. B. A'. Weath
ers and family.
Mrs. William Preece Is the guest
for 'the week end of Mrs. O. K. Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, and daughter Miss Edith 'Wil
liams at .North Lake Weir.
Beautiful Old Women
We occasionally imeet a woman
whose old age is as beautiful as the
ibloom of youth and we wonder how
it happened, what her secret is. An
exchange "gives the following as some
of the reasons and it will (be (well for
all of us to Tead them thoughtfully:
She knew how to forget disagree
She kept her nerves rwell In hand,"
and inflicted them on no one.
She mastered the art of saying
She did not expect too much from
She made whatever work came her
way congenial. V 1
She retained her illusions, and did
not believe the world wicked and un unkind.
kind. unkind. :.
She relieved the miserable and
sympathized with the sorrowful.
She never forgot that kind words
and a smile cost nothing, but are
priceless to the discouraged
She did unto others as she would
be done toy, and now; that old age
has come to her, and there Is a halo
The members of the JMoose Lodge
had a well-attended meeting last
night, Vice Dictator Hogers presid presiding.
ing. presiding. After transacting the regular
business, all repaired to the olub olub-rooms
rooms olub-rooms adjoining the lodge hall and
devoted the remainder of the eve evening
ning evening to sociability. 1 . .
About 1 0 o'clock, a delegation of
waiters from tWilliamsV cafe arrived,
bringing various packages, including
a large steamer from which, arose a
most savory aroma. Tables 1 were
spread and all the members, were
called to partake of a 'bountiful and
succulent purlo, 'With bread, pickles
and other garnishments on the side.
The iMoose are very snugly and
conveniently situated in their new
home upstairs in the Blerman hlock.
The lodge hall is in the room in
front, and is snug and neatly; fitted
up. Back of it are the clubrooms,
well furnished with all things neces necessary
sary necessary for comfort and sociability. The
buffet is in the rear. Mr. Walter
Perkins is steward, and keeps every
thing in appleple order. There Is a;
good attendance every evening, and
the members take much pride as ..rwell'
as comfort in their neat and com
(Because of. the conflicting views
with reference to the merit of the 1
new bicycle attachment device that
is known as Heatly's G o-"Whir. and
because some people are skeptical as'
to my claims that the device,. Heat-"
ly's Go-Whiz dispenses with more
come io oer, ana inere 1S a naio than Uv, tMrds ,the labor ef-wheel!
of white hair about -her head she lMrldIn. T, iM. iHeatly, do challenge
loved and considered.
CONTESTS AT ANTHONY
Two contests were held In An
thony Wednesday night, Sept. 30th.
Oliss Lottie Cmrry was awarded the
medal for speaking and Miss Maryela
Bray received the music medal for
singing. These contests -were great-
State Senator Simeon .Blitch andj ly, enjoyed by 'the 'Anthony people.
Mr. Minor Sistrunk of Montbroolc.-and the girls received many words of
were in theticiiy iasterday as. the! congratulation from the Interested
-x gruests of their fijxjfher and -brother
in-law, Dir. Simeon T. Sistrunk.
' Blr. a int-tS I t-.-J : -JTWI 1 1 i a ms of 11 o-
mosassa returned 'to their home yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon after a short -visit
tccfriends In this city.
' -Mr. Franlc Lytle and daughter,
IMiss Juanita iLytle, spent yesterday
afternoon In the city.
Dir. E. tE. (Robinson and Mr. H. M.
Hampton, accompanied hy Master
Ted Drake returned "this afternoon
from a business trip to Jacksonville.
Master "Drake has fbeen the guest of
Iiis grandmother for some time and
comes home to prepare for school
Mrs. ID. W. Tompkins and little
daughter Irene, returned home this
afternoon from their summer visit to
Waynesville, N. C.
Olr. Jules. Cohen and little Miss
Baobette Peyser, who have been in
r$ew York for some time, Teturnei
Mrs. Jtichard McConahty, after a
visit of some weeks with relatives in
Louisville, is now in Washington for
xi short stay, en route -to New York,
where she will be for some time 'be 'before
fore 'before returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. lH. Ford, who
have had such a charming visit with
friends and relatives In New York
and Toronto, are spending today In
TTashlngton en routeto their home in
x Mrs. W. C. Cannons and her at attractive
tractive attractive daughter, Miss Emma Can Cannons,
nons, Cannons, of DeLand, are registered at
tlie Seminole. They are enroute home
after a six weeks sojourn In New
TTork city. Jacksonville Metropolis.
. The many friends of CMiss Agnes
Person will 'be sorrj' to learn that
2ls. has ibeen quite ill for several
ee"ks at Waynesville, N. C, where
she has been spending the summer.
- Orlando Reporter-Star.
The reading club which for years
iz -leen one of the most enjoyahle
wrsanizations of the society set. will
reorganize next .Tuesday afternoon at
contest were Mrs. W. Webb, CVIrsi
Brown .nd Irs. Gates. Those for the
singing .were Mrs. T. V. Swain,.Mils
Hettie (Harwell and Mrs. Harry
Medal 'Contest Superintendent.
Mrs. E. U. 'Howell sent her car to
(Anthony with the contestants for the
evening. It would he impossible for
this (branch of the temperance rwork
to "be so successful if It -were not for
some such good friends who are will willing
ing willing to help out. Mrs. Florence V.
Swain presented the medals.
'At the' close of the contests the
ladies .who are interestedin the tem temperance
perance temperance work gathered together and
organized a W. C. T. U. iwi,th the fol following
lowing following officers: President, (Mrs. A. F.
Gates; secretary, Miss Susie Gates;
treasurer, Mrs. W. H. Webb. These
earnest women see the need for the
great work in this line and are band banded
ed banded together in hopes to have a hand
in carrying (Florida dry at the next
election. Mrs. G. D. Washburn,
all bicycle riders, foieycle dealers and!
hlcyole interests in general for a con
xest'io setue once tor an tne merit
of this device, In a speed contest and
pulling contests If I have made ex extravagant
travagant extravagant claims for my device the
public should know It, and if .my .de .de-Tice
Tice .de-Tice is one of merit., the public
should use it. If this challenge Is
not responded do it will be consid considered
ered considered an overwehlmfng victory for the
Go-Whiz. ; M." 1L. Heatln
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giving you tile jlssiierit
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crowd. The judges for the speaking! 'Mr. Lir emir Cobb was down today
. THE WHTE RIBBOX
A dispatch from Petrograd says :
4An' order -was issued today that
the prohibition of the sale of vodka
shall ibe continued indefinitely after
the war,. This order is based on the
tremendously improved Condition of
the country since the emperor Issued
the edict prohibiting traffic in this
'Travelers from Southern France
say there is sucn a change in that
region that the country Is hardly rec recognizable.
ognizable. recognizable. Peasants :who before the
rwar had fallen into hopeless indol indolence
ence indolence and depravity, already have
emerged Into self-respecting citizens.
Huts .which formerly were dilapidat dilapidated
ed dilapidated and allowed to go without repair
are now kept In first class condition.
"The towns have never (been more
orderly and the peasants indulge in
wholesome amusements. These peo people
ple people now save 55 per cent of their
earnings 'Which formerly, was spent
for drink, and they have increased
their earning capacity through so sobriety.
briety. sobriety. "This startling regeneration of the
peasantry In the opinion of the 'Rus 'Russian
sian 'Russian authorities is likely to have an
important effect on social and eco economical
nomical economical conditions of all iRussla. A
almost entlrej;"! recovered from, his
painful accidenlAf a few days ago,
when he got mix- up with the bus business
iness business end of a -mule and -was Mcked
into the middle of next week.Arthur
says UtemospnerTDT,,fne "far"
country was too rarified for his deli
cate constitution and through the
persistent effort of several doctors,
(who really wanted to. hring him
back or art advertisement) he was
restored, 'to the gratification of -his
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PRETTY CORNER LOT 5
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 groceries
ies groceries to the, amount of $1, Saturday
and Monday only. Smith Grocery.
Company. adv. 3t
Fourteen pounds of sugar for $1,
iwith cash purchases of other grocer groceries
ies groceries to the amount of $1, Saturday
and Monday only.
Mr. SB. L. O'Xeil of Santos with his
family is now located south of town
a mile on the 'Lake W eir 'hard road,
where he is clearing up land and has
'built a large two-story dwelling
The property is heautifully located
on the hard road and when the im improvements
provements improvements are completed :will be one
of the most comfortable and attract attractive
ive attractive on the road.
In the Elks Hupmobile contest
held in Palatka Tuesday night, the
lucky number proved to he 1S43,
held by Miss -Viola McLeod, a well
known and popular young lady of
The ball game 'between Ocala, and
Beleview yesterday was proving
most Interesting when rain hroke it
up in the fifth inning. The score
stood Ocala 7 to Belleview 2. There
were some good plays. Chazal hit a
three--bagger, and George Davis and
Sam Burford, who played -with the
senior team for the first time, each
scored two tiits.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night. J
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Citizens of Ocala!
Do you want the recoi
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shall it stand forth ao
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IF SO, let us have immediate
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JF YOUR WATCH DOES NOT KEEP ACCURATE t TIME
BRING IT TO US.' WE -WILL EXAMINE IT CAREFULLY AND
TELL YOU WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE9 HOW LONG IT WILL
4 TAKE AND WHAT IT WILL COST YOU. IF IT NEEDS ONLY
'REGULATING WE WILL TELL YOU SO AND DO THAT FOR YOU. f
WHEN WE REPAIR" YOUR JEWELRY IT WILL BE DONE
RIGHT AND THE CHARGE WILL BE FAIR.
f' OUR JEVELRY WILL STAND THE SCRUTINIZING TEST
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Just Received a
The Best, Most Durable, Cheapest
Artificial Builders' Board manufactur manufactured
ed manufactured for interior finishing.
For samples, prices, etc, call or write
CoHtlrccio? end Builder.
Distributor of B:; drier Board for the
GilPITiiL STOCK 850,000.00.
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Mario d County Abstract Company
GE2A53AM BROTHERS, Lessees,
T OCALA, FLORIDA
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TORTURE FOR -CONVICTS.
The Cruel Methods 'In Use In Portu Portugal's
gal's Portugal's Mozambique Colon.
Mozambique beinx one of the prin
clpal convict vettlements of the Tortu Tortu-guese
guese Tortu-guese ffoven.rrjent. many ., poor crea creatures
tures creatures make desperate dasbes for liber
ty only, to be devoured by tbe Kharks
before the eyes of their guards. It
was no uncommon event to hear tbe
fortress gun' boom fortlu unnouncing
that another poor soul was running
this ghastly gantlet of the sharks soon sooner
er sooner than exist like a half starved dog
In deplorable surroundings.
There beingr no capital punishment
under Portuguese law, many of the
convicts were of.course of the most
desperate type--notorious murderers,
and so on. Some of them, after a
certain time and as a reward for good
conduct were allowed to work on
parole, leaving the -fortress In the
morning and returning at night, ply
Ing their various trades to their own
advantage. Others of a more dangei,
ous character might De seen working
in chains oa the road, guarded by
slqvenly half caste sepoys.;
Outside the dungeon cells were
whipping posts, over which poor crea creatures
tures creatures had to kneel, their arms and
legs being bound to Iron rings, wuila
lashes were administered with a chi chi-cotte,
cotte, chi-cotte, a ; strip of hippo hide. Palma
torla was another torture used. Al Although
though Although illegal to Portuguese law. it U
nevertheless still widely used, causing
excruciating pain," The Implement
employed is a flat, spoon shaped
heavy piece of hard wood about an
inch and a half thick, with a handle
eighteen inches long, the spoon head
being perforated with five holes. Th4
person to be punished, extends the
palms of his hands, and sharp, regu regular
lar regular blows are administered, which at
each stroke suck up the flesh. The
bravest can rarely stand more than
thirty blows, for the tortured hands
swell to double their natural size.
The sentence Is often several hundred
blows, the punishment continuing on
succeeding days until "justice is sat satisfied.
isfied. satisfied. Sibyl Pelcher In Wide World
Generosity of the Semisavage Eskimos
of Arctic Siberia. y
Probably no more clannish arid un unselfish
selfish unselfish people exist than the- natives
of the arctic coast of Siberia, the low lowest
est lowest type of semisavage Eskimos.- They
are ever thinking of one another's wel welfare,
fare, welfare, and if one comes Into possession
of anything, of value he never thinks
of keeping. It for himself, but calls
the other members of the tribe to share
with him. If a whale is taken ora
polar bear, caribou op walrus is killed
the meat;. Is divided among alf' the
igloos Even during the hard winter,
when there Is a shortage of -food. If a
seal Is brought in by some fortunate
hunter the meat and blubber are equal equally
ly equally distributed.
Four men from East Cape, the Si Siberian
berian Siberian side of Bering strait, were
taken aboard the whale ship Narwhal
to make up the boat crews for whaling
In the Arctic. All through the summer:
season they remained aboard the ves-
sel, doing their share of the perilous
and wearisome work. When the ves ves-sel
sel ves-sel returned to East Cape on its way
south the captain made a pile of flour,
sugaf hard bread, calico, tobacco, car
tridges, needles and thread, tea, match matcheseverything
eseverything matcheseverything dear : to the Eskimo
heart. It was their, wages, and the Es Eskimo!
kimo! Eskimo! were proud of their, wealth.
The walrus hide canoes came along
; side, and the four men were taken
! ashore with then riches. At the wa wa-I
I wa-I tejfs edge every article was delivered
who had worked all summer for these
necessaries and luxuries started for
their igloos they carried all they, kept
for themselves In their hands. They
were almost as poor as they were when
they started on the cruise, but the vil village
lage village was temporarily happy, and so
were they. Exchange.
Alleged Scottish Kings.
Jests Innumerable, have been shower showered
ed showered upon the hundred portraits of -al
leged Scottish kings, with' a strong
family likeness, especially about the
nose, which adorn Holyrood kings, as
Scott says, 'who. If they ever flourish flourished
ed flourished at all, lived several hundred years
before the invention of painting in oil
colors." The late Mr. W. C. Hazlltt
recalls the London Chronicle. ; had a
story of a visitor who gravely inquired
of the old woman who showed him
over the palace, "Did y"ou do these?"
She shook her head as gravely, and he.
added. "You might have done better
When the Long "SH Was Abolish d.
' In the latter part of February. 1800,
a London publisher Instituted a trifling
though welcome Improvement In print
lng. His na me was Bell, later the
founder of the well known Weekly
Messenger, and at the date mentioned
he caused to be submitted the short for
the long "s" in the setting of certain
works he produced, His example was
generally followed a year or two later.
St James' Gazette.
Coins For .Lepers.
The Philippine government has mint minted
ed minted a special coinage for use in the
Culion leper colony. The coins are of
aluminium and include pieces of 1 peso
and 20. 10, 5. 1 centavos. They are
accepted at face value for all business
carried on within the colony, but are of
no value elsewhere.
Where They Agree.
. "Jinks and his wife never agree
"I beg your pardon They agree on
the point that each married a fool."
' Stevenson's Retort.
An interesting letter Is Stevenson!
In reply to an autograph hunter whe
had spelled blsname with a ph" In Instead
stead Instead of a "v."
"The few. lines with which you have
found time to honor me."-he replied.'
"contain -certain Indications of yom
character on which I take. pleasure it
dwelling. They show yon so illiterate
that l cannot Judge your admiration
flattering, they'. show you so careless
of giving trouble to me that 1 am my myself
self myself careless how much oTense l may
convey to' you," and they are so ill pen
ned that 1 am tempted to hope you
will discover a difficulty in perusing
my answer and place It unread in your
collection. The next time It shall occur
to you to trouble an author as you have
troubled mefind out 1 do not say
what be has written: far less would I
suggest that you should, read It but
find out how be Is In th habit ofspeM ofspeM-Ing
Ing ofspeM-Ing his unpretentious name and glv
him upon that point the flattery of Imi
tation. Chicago Herald.
. Even among sportsmen there are
probably many people who are not a(f
quainted with the manner in which
shot 13 made. The process Is carried
out at what Is known as a shot tower
This a tall tower of metal or stone
with a tank at the top filled with molt
en lead. The bottom of thl3 tank Is
perforated with, holes, and there 13 a
slide underneath It., also perforated
This slide. Is pulled from side to side,
and every time two boles come. oppo opposite,
site, opposite, each other a small quantity of
molten lead falls through. As these
drops fall through 'the air they assume
a globular shape, and If the tower Is
of sufficient length they solidify before
reaching "the bottom. Here .they fall
Into a tank of cold waterjand are cool
ed. When tbe shot has to be small the
slide is worked more quickly than
when It has to be ; larger. Pearson's
Her Seven Sons.
A mother who had only; one child, a
son. lost him through anr accident by
drowning when he was seventeen. HI
body was washed out to yta and never
recovered. She very much wanted a
portrait of him. and she called a fa famous
mous famous artist who was a friend of the
family. He asked for every photo
graph she had of her son from baby
hood onward. When the painting ar
rived it represented a glade in a wood;
Playing about were five little children
of various ages, out nil the same bo
as his mother bad known him. Com
ing down the center, joyous, gay, wax
the seventeen-year-old lad leading hh
baby self of one year Jjy the hand
The mother looked at tbe picture and
burst Into tears. "I have lost seven
"You bad lost six of them befor
your son "died."-the artist replied ;
-Law Lord In a Cell.
Lord Russell once gave a lecture oa
bis Imprisonment In Holloway JaiL
The thing ; that Impressed him most
strangely during the early period of
his confinement was being without his
pipe and watch. He was perpetually
feeling in his pocket to see the time or
for matches or tobacco. He soon got.
over the want of smoking and after
six weeks obtained leave to wear bis
watcb. the absence of which worried
him more ..than' having no tobacco
pouch. When he went into prison the
governor asked his religion, and be 're 'replied.
plied. 'replied. "Agnostic." This answer seem seemed
ed seemed to puzzle the oScial. who said ho
supposed it was Protestant, not Cath Catholic.
olic. Catholic. And as "Prot." Lord Russell was
"entered on the card outside his celL
Old Time Dathln.
What would mixed bathers la Cng-
-land think of Blackpool as it wa3 a lit little
tle little over a century ago 1 1 When Indies
went to bathe a bell was rung to an announce
nounce announce the fact, and any gentleman
discovered on the parade after it had
sounded was fined a bottle of wine.
When the ladies had been bathed and
completed their toilet the ball tras
; rung a second time, and the gentle gentlemen
men gentlemen had their turn.. London Opinion
New Zealand Nicknames. t
New Zealand Is described by Its In Inhabitants
habitants Inhabitants as "the happiest country la
the world." It Is now a dominion.
Some of the pretty' name3 given to it
by New Zea landers are "The Fortu Fortunate
nate Fortunate Isles." "The- Wonderland cf tht
Pacific," "All Lands In One" and "Tb
Star of the South."
Well, Aren't They?
"Yes. 1 certainly advertised fcr a
valet,", said the gentleman In reply to
the man on tbe lookout for a berth,
"but you're as old as tbe hills."
"Well, sir." answered the applicant,
"begging your pardon, aren't valleys
always as old as the hills f Exchange
A Reproof. .
Parent Willie, my father used tc
whip me when 1 behaved as badly as
you are doing. Willie Well, 1 hops
I'll never have to tell my tittle boy
"What a little, frail looking man
your family doctor Is!"
"He may appear so. but he really is
a man of powerful fee seek." BaltJ
Caller Is your daughter an eques
trian? Proud Mother Either that of
valedictorian. These class ofSces ars
so confusing, don't yon know. Buffak
Each good thought or action movei
the dark world nearer to the suxl
Some pianos bear names vhlcli have beea known only for r. :v.ort
time. It is even possible to 0 to pir.no stores and soo
. shaving names of which you -havo never heard. Tlathrr than I jy
-an instrument which 'has no name. or. reputation, wov.:d you cot
prefer, to o;vn a
l. it if .
. a piano which ..for 57, years" has 1 sen made hy a Zr:: r.ho.;o nc:s.
it hears a piano which is suaraatcd hy tho c:-uf:.cturcr
; ,old at the lowest cost for .lest .quality?
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You save many a dollar during the year by dealing -with i3.
tOur prices are right al down the, line. The QUALITr is there,,
too. iXo "low-grades" in our store, it 'doesn't -jiay. you to buy'
them or lis to handle them, though Ihe first profit might be M;; M;;-ger.
ger. M;;-ger. 'J ' C i t '
... AVe give careful attention to all orders, large or small, and aim,
.'iby. courteous and fair treatment,' to sive perfect ati:iMcJcn to
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The following list will h&lp you in your shopplnjr. Lay In yc ir
; wants for next week.. These prices are for
White Bacon, psr pounds : : V
I2-pound ,bags Table Talk Flour for -L-.'-
24-pound bags Table Talk Flour for ;
98-p6und bags Table Talk Flour for
lOc.package Kingford Corn Starch, each
15c bottles Toiiiato Catsup, 2 for . ; i
60c bulk Green and Black
loc tins riain Fork and Beans, No. 3 tmc, each--.: ..I
15c tins Pie Apples, each
15c tins Red Columbia River Salmon, each .V
Full Cream Cheese par pound . .v.
10 pounds Water Ground Ileal ....
10c package National Biscuit Go's. Cakes, air
Kind or assorted, 3 lor
Sweet Potatoes, per peck.,
Irish Potatoes, per peck :
Quaker Oatmeal, per package .-.. f : j
Post Toasties, per package j
3 tins bpby size Van Camp's Llilk for.... I
n 1 v -r n. . ...
o tins tail size van uamp
20c tins C. S: Peas, each.
t londa Cane byrup, m bottles, each J H'J.
U. S. Marine Tobacco, per package : C : :i
Schnapps Tobacco, thick, per plug IGc, 2 for
Get the hahit of dealing with the I1IG .STOIIH, IT VILIi PAY
' YOU. Remember, we deliver the goods anywhere in the city.
(THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
AT SENSIBLE PRICES
.TI:! air well ."'before -you buy
" you voa't -get ancilvr vlzm
for rr.a-ny, yczrs. Get IV. IV.-?
? IV.-? bect sat a fair price.
TAKEX. IX E?;c:r.XG
Tea, per pound (.
mm mm -mm. m tub h
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TIE OCA LA EVENING DTAK, Fill DAY, OCTOnnn 2, 1014.
ITiIbur Smith Co.
E. C. SMITH, Mgr.
s Fnneral; Directors
OSce Phone 10.
Night Phone 04.
All work given onr personal
attention and guaranteed fully.
11 W. Oklawaha Avenue.
UIIDERTAKERS and EL1BALL1ERS
Slzz Casliels end Bnrfsl Uotzs.
D. E. McIVER and C V. ROBERTS
All Work' Don by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. 3IcIVER .. ........104
C. V. ROBERTS. ........... .CO 5
Undertaking Office. 47
I have moved to the Burnett
Building: on East. Fort King" Ave Ave-nue,
nue, Ave-nue, '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 NE)V HEATERS. Call
and see them.
A. LI. BABBITT,
14 FORT KIXG AVEXTJE
Merchants & Eliners Trans. Co.
New Steamers. 1 Low Fares. Besi
tyervice. Wireless telegraph on al)
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent. Coml Agt
ity Ticket Off.ee, 25 Regan Street
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located in Ocala, Pla., Expert worr
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattxier
W. TV. Kimball Co., Ocala.
; ME) : j
PHONE 5 03 2
For Good Wood I
BIG Load for 01
Your Order will have
Immediate Attention J
J. L. SMOAK I
At Smoak's Wagon Shop. J
A. D. BROOKS
Has moved his General Merchandise
Stock from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraket to ihe new
where he is now located in the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia and South Second Street, where
le will be pleased to, see his friends
FIRST CLASS FAMBLY GROCERIES
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
Southern Express Co., will Carry Ei Ei--
- Ei-- hlbite for the Fair Without
air. G. T. Maughs, local agent for
the Southern Express Company, has
received the following:
Free Service for Marion County Fair
Jacksonville. Fla., Sept. 28, 1914.
Mr. Maughs: Vice-President .Wil .Williams
liams .Williams has issued authority for free
service '-No. 1184, on exhibits for the
exhibition in Marion and Sumter
County FJr Association. Copy of
this will reach you in the near future,
if not already received.
. -' Respectfully,
. W. K. Haile, Bupt.
DavII end Dep Cca.
Colonel Munroe in his "Expedition
With Mackey's Regiment (to the Low
Countries), printed in London In 1C37,
cays "that his command charged upon
the Austrian and were some distance
ahead ol the Swedish army. The
Swedish gunners did not elevate their
pieces enough, and their shot began
to drop among Mackey's men, "so
that we were between the devil and
the deep .tea.
Must Have Been Hsr Lucky Day.
In a lot of old papers and magazines
that Mrs. T.G. Pay son gave to the Sal Salvation
vation Salvation army of Jersey City the other
day was an envelope containing $25
In bills that Mrs .Payson had overlook overlooked.
ed. overlooked. After 20 men bad searched for
hours in the army's waste paper pile,
Mrs. Payscn looking on, the money was
found ancl restored to her. ;
New York Uses Much Water.
In the vhole world there are only
about 1,500,000 people. An inch of
rain on our watershed normally would
gjv two gallons of water for every
man,-woman and child on the surface
of the earth. Put it another way: If
every man, woman .and child on the
face of the earth shonld walk up to
to the lakes, reservoirs, etc., which
hold New York city's water supply,
and each pour In two gallons of water,
It would not be enough to last that
city tea days.
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'sinjple application. of Sloan's
Liniment on the ,'back and loins.
Lumbago is a form of rheumatism,
and yields perfectly to Sloan's,, which
penetrates quickly all in thru the
sore tender muscles, limbers up the
back and makes it feel fine. Get a
bottle of fSloan's Liniment for 25
cents of any druggist and have .it in
the house against colds, sores and
swollen joints, rheumatism, neural neuralgia,
gia, neuralgia, sciaticaandlike ailments. Your
money back if not satisfied, but it
does give almost instant relief
Putting It Up to Him.
The guv'nor (threateningly) "Look
aere, Parkin,. I've got tired of seeing
these figures dropping month Cfter
month, and I shall have to seriously
consider taking the only steps left to
me to bring about an alteration. The
Manager Yes, sir, and from when
would your resignation take effect?"
Ball. Covers Sewed by Hand.
So far no machine has been found
to give satisfaction in sewing the cov covers
ers covers on baseballs. Hundreds of thous thousands
ands thousands of balls are used every year, and
they are all hand sewed; A man
working his best can not finish more
than three dozen a day.
. Many recoveries from lung troubl troubles
es troubles are due to Dr. -Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey.
It strengthens the lungs,
checks the cough and gives relief at
once. air. W. s. wilkins, uates,
C, writes: "I used r. IBeU's Pine-
Tar-Honey In a case given up as
hopeless and it effected a complete
cure." tiet a (bottle of iDr. ; 03 ell s
Pine-Tar-Honey. If your cough is
dry and hacking let it trickle down
the throat, you will surely get reliaf.
Only 25c at your druggist. tu-thrs-
. Ray-Killed Bacteria.
A method for sterilizing milk with without
out without heating or adding preservatives Is
claimed to have been effectively dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated recently in Hollard. An ap apparatus
paratus apparatus ,has been constructed,' It is
explained, whereby the milk flows In
a thin stream along an electric light,
the ultra-violet beams working on the
bacteria. The result is attributed to
the quality of the ozone formed under
the influence of the light. The Argo Argonaut.
naut. Argonaut. An Unclean Meal.
Mamma Bookworm VVlllie. you
come right here and get .cleaned. I
never sw you so ilrt7 You've been
eating through the pages of. that di divorce
vorce divorce testimony, haven't you? Puck.
YOUR FALL COLD NEEDS AT ATTENTION
TENTION ATTENTION No use to fuss and try to wear it
out. It will wear you out instead.
Take Tr. King's .New Discovery, re relief
lief relief follows quickly. It checks your
cold and soothes your cough away.
Pleasant; anticeptic and healing.
Children like it. Get a 50c bottle of
IDr. King'" New Discovery and keep
it in the house. "Our family coagh
and cold 'doctor," writes Lewis Cham Chamberlain,
berlain, Chamberlain, Banchester, Ohio. tMoney
back if not satisfied., but it nearly al always
ways always helps. t-es-thrus-frl-w
GOOD WORIv OF
Editor Star: Please allow me
space In your valuable paper to say
a few words in behalf of the noble
work being done by the farm dem demonstration
onstration demonstration agents of the different
, .1 live In iMarion county and my at attention
tention attention has been directed more to
the work in this than any other
county. Still I see good work being
done and Quite a lively interest being
taken in other counties.
In my judgment their work will
Inspire tmore 'boys to bcome good
farmers and "better men than any
other flvork possible. The possibili possibilities
ties possibilities of this work cannot be overesti
mated and it has already ibeen prov proved.
ed. proved. Still our agents are handicapped
by not having better transportation.
Give the agent of this county an au automobile,
tomobile, automobile, so that he can get from one
place to -another and not have to de depend
pend depend on a horse to get around with.
Then we iwill see what Is doing.
If our county commissioners will
give half enough to pay for an auto automobile,
mobile, automobile, I "believe the "people of the
county nvlll pay the other half cheer cheerfully.
fully. cheerfully. : V. - ;:y:-ySyt
We have two county agents, each
doing noble work, Mrs. J. R. Dloor Dloor-head
head Dloor-head and air. si J. (McCulIy. These
two good people are making sacri sacrifices
fices sacrifices that we know : not of. Give
them a way to show (what can be
done and I .will vouch for the work
to be done. '
To the" public spirit of Marion
county! Let's get an automobile for
each of ouf demonstration agents,
and you may draw on me for $10 on
this noble work. Respectfully,
W. H. Anderson.
A Mistake Avoided.
'I say. old chap. I'm In jtbovfciim,
luck. I want money badly and haven!
the least idea where 1 can pet it-"
-Well. I'm awfully clad to hear thai
I-thought irhais you had an idea thai
you could borrow from me'Sydney
The reason why so few marriages
are happy Ij neeause youns ladies
spend their time in making nets and
not In mnkiux cages. Jonathan Swift
Boy's Mother (poking her head out
of window) Say, you kids stop picking
on my Johnny. He ain't no mandolin
Minds that are not improving are de degenerating
generating degenerating Like a tree, when'mina
ceases to grow it begins to die
. Save the Middle-Aged.
fSave the babies,' was the cry ot
the last decade. "Save the mlddle mlddle-aired.
aired. mlddle-aired. will be the cry of this. Tho
real race suicide is not in the insuffi
ciency .of births, but in the inade inade-ouate
ouate inade-ouate knowledge of the diseases of
maturity and In the Inadequate care
and prevention of these diseases.
Richard Barry, In the Century.
Easy to Tell What He Thought.
Little Jerome, aged five, heard his
mother read from the beauty column
of the paper that eating raw carrots
would make one beautiful. A short
time ago he was called into the room
to view his baby sister for the first
time. His mother asked him what he
thought of her" Taking a good look
at her, he answered in a disgusted
tone, "Let's giv her a carrot." CbF CbF-cago
cago CbF-cago Tribune.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased -portion of the
ear. There is only one iway to cure
deafness, and that is by constitution constitutional
al constitutional remedies. Tteafness is caused by
an inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the (Eustachian --ube. When
this tube Is inflamed you can hear a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
and when ft is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness is the result, and unless the In Inflammation
flammation Inflammation can 5be taken out and this
tu.be restored to, its normal condition,
'hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the mucous sur surfaces.
W will eive one hundred dollars
for" any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured "by
.Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for -circulars
free. F. -J Cheney and Co.,
Toledo. Ohio. Sold by alj druggists,
75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for
Six mllliov. persons make their Hv
lng under ground, working in mines
and qua tries. That number Is about
twice tlie population of this country
wLen It decided to cut away from
England and go it alone. Those six
million workers dig four billions of
wealth, a year out of the bowels of
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hou7 Adv.
Margie's Idea. V
"Papa was very polite at dinner,"
observed small Margie. N "In serving
the ladies he said 'dressing because
they like to dress, but in serving the
gentlemen he called tt 'stuffing.' be because
cause because they always want fo much to
BETTER RABIES CONTE:
Have you a baby In your home?
If so, read this announcement.
The, second Better Babies contest?
for Ocala will be held Nov. 11th,
12th and 12th, under the auspices of
the Ocala Woman's Club in the new
The Better Babies contest is a
popular yet scientific movement to
insure better babies and a better
race. It consists of entering, ex examining
amining examining and awarding prizes to
children from six months to three
years on exactly the'" fame. basic prin principles
ciples principles that are applied to live stock
shows. (Mere beauty does not count.
Physical' and mental development
only are' considered. e The Better
Babie3 contest insures a -better raco
of "Americans, becanse 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 cf
child .welfare. It forges a connecting
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. For further Infor Information
mation Information and application cards, ad address,
dress, address, (Mrs. JL L. Anderson, Ocala.
Three newly furnished rooms for
light housekeeping: A all modern con
veniences; close in; reasonable price
for permanent party. Phone No.
WILT WOULD YOU DO?
There are-many times -when one
man questions another's "actions and
motives. Men act differently under
different circumstances. The tiues-
tion is, what .would you do right now
if you had ia severe ;xld? Could
you do ibetter than to take "Chamber
Iain's iCough Remedy It Isr highly
recommended iby people who have
.used it for: years and know its value.
Mrs O. E. Sargent, Peru, 'Indv eay.s:
"Chamberlain's : Cough Remedy : is
worth its weight in gold and I take
pleasure In irecommending it For
sale toy. all dealers. adv.
Our candles are always fresh and
are Kept in cool storage cases.
-t iCcfvrizht 2ilt9f
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EVERY DAY Until 0;
- v time our vci:' -S
give abrolutec j.
purchase ofCT.C", z
g 'Ik" JIH ""J " "ri:'!l111
p It .:'will ay.; yon to:;'-com e an d '; look
lind if tho iccirt i c.:v!,l tall:
to lighten the lead ou t!'; Lcav;
rest for nearly- cvcrjb..7 but
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the; ocala evening gtar, Friday, octobeh 2, 1014.
Rev. Father Benedict, Director. 2
g Rt. Rev. Abbott Charles, Pres.
Five Mile West or Dade City and' One Slile East of San Antonio
Boarding: School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889
uLiiooluAL Aiiu Uulwi.JtliUlitL UUU!i5t
S225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
X U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and Y
4 A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERH OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1914
p m. TXtT X T -- TV ji T?Y "T1 TT A v fi
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Straw For Hat.
The greater part of tbe straw ens ens-ployed
ployed ens-ployed fur making summer hats cornea
from Italy. To obtain suitable straw
for this puriKse the wheat itMwn.as
thickly as imssible. In order that the
growth of the plant may. be impover impoverished
ished impoverished as well as to produce a thin
stalk. "' -''
The Italian wheat blooms at the be beginning
ginning beginning cf June and is palled upJb
the roots when the grain Is half de developed.,
veloped., developed., Should it be allowed to re remain
main remain In the ground a longer time the
straw would become too brittle for Its
Uprooted straws to the number of
about five dozen, the size of the com compass
pass compass of the two bands are firmly, tied
together in little sheaves and stowed
away in barns. After that the straw
is again spread out to catch the heavy
summer dews and to bleach In th sun
Wberl the product has been sufficiently
bleached it is put Into small bundle
and classified- :
The last step is to cut it close above
the first Joint, from the top. when it is
again tied np in small bundles contain containing
ing containing sixty stalks each and is then ready
for the market. Chicago Herald.
Yon 3Iay Have the Eggs
BUT-NOT THE HAM V
. Better Come Early
Avoid the Jam I
QVn -HAMS ARE CHOICE
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To The Ocala Star, ; Date ..................
Ocala, Florida: v-.:: ..
I enclose i. v."... ..f or Vwhich please send me the "Woman's
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CITY'". .' ... ... .V..V ..... ... v. .STATE .,.).
r. F. D or Street or ox No. .... V ?".
Czro cf tha Feet.' CITY KEGISTR.1TION
Tht f fhn tfmo nf vqop when nrtir I II O OI IS REXSED
people wear low shoes as a matter of
necessity and of comfort. For the In
On account of special elections to
TiOTiv:: op iVi;::vun ;
ami hum co;
that on the
dividual who Is annoyed with excess- k in rr r?t au
lve perspiration, or tne sensitiveness i W-v t
that comes from our alkali dust, the Pa lI18.-4ia apa -aiauajs l -t0 apjly to the Honorable Park Tr.
a special meeting of the soyeraor of
formula used in the German army for Iber, .1914
"sweating and sore" feet is 1 helpful.
This is aa follows : J Salicylic acid,
three parts ; magnesium silicate, 87
parts, any bland powder to make. 100
parts. If you are a tenderfoot and
can arrange the time at noon, a hot
soapy foot bath, fresh stockings and
different shoes add greatly to ono's
council chamber for the purpose, of
revising, the registration, .books of
said city, and the following names
Ward No. 1. A. 'A. Graham, J. 12.
Gates, W iH; Glc&Iahah (removed),
E .5L. Howell (dead.) ..
Ward ; No. 2. r-Elmer Decamp,
George 'Feltham; J. C. Geiger, Henry
"Chamberlain's Tablets have done F. Goeken, N. iP. Ives, $1. C. aiuncas-
mori for me than I ever' dared Siope ter, J. J. iMcQranle, L. ZI. Raysor, J.
for,'; .vrites Mrs Esther Iae Maker c (Raysor( & E; RaVsor, dwin
Spencerport, N. Y. I used several '
bryttlea f -these tablets a few months Spencer Jr.; and J. H. Worlzman (re-
ago. They not only -cured ine of blU moved) T. C. Hall, Nathan Peyser,
ious attacks, sick lieadaches and that land' J.G. Sinclair dead.'),
city council was ield on this date at ;S?id tate in .lhf 5Uy of Taiiaha-,,-.
- ior letters patent. Incorporating iv.i
TONED UP THE SYSTEM
Too Much of a Breakfast.
Even Peacock's generous Ideas of
suitable provisions for a breakfast
were, surpassed by a London host who
entertained J L. Motley. Aug3 18G7,
Alotiey writes to his daughter: l went
to the last breakfast of the season of
the Phlloblblon society, given by 'Mr
Turner, a collector of rare books. Be Beginning
ginning Beginning with coffee and tea. we ended
with sherry, champagne and maraschi maraschino;
no; maraschino; fish, cutlets, ,rot!s -salads, game,
puddings and ice going on meanwhile
in regular order. If yon asked me
what I did 1 can only say 1 opened
my ears to the animated and intellec intellectual
tual intellectual conversation and my mouth, not
to eat. but to gape and gasp and won wonder
der wonder at the ; prodigious consumption of
victuals at that hour of the day. When
1 reflected that all those people would
lunch at 2 and dine at 8 I' bowed my
bead in humiliation, and the fork dropped-
from my nerveless grasp."--Lon
tired feeling, ibut toned pA"my whole i
system." For sale by all dealers: ad.
First English Concertina.
The flrst English concertina w3
made in 1829, but there was a Ge
man concertina Iphft before that time.
Mozart (who seems, to have written
for every Instrument in existence in Fomby, ,S
ma oaj, wciuamg uarre organs, me- Dock Allen, J. J. Bierman, C H.
chanlcal clockwork. etc ). wrote an Beck E. Delouest and Carlos L.
aoagio in u major ume ior tne lgi t k fdead
rnnrt!nA In th rear 1779 nrt &lStruUK luaa.
nn rtHrt miAo fnr- .The city council will -hear com
flute, oboe, viola, and 'cello in 1790 Plalnts at special meeting to ibeiheld
Ward No. 3. John B Brown, Jim-
Houston, C. T. IHodge3, F. iR. Jliggins,
M. Strauss,: J M, Tison and Paul
Webber (removed. Pat Gillen, J.
W. Lyles and J. H. tMoCiymond
Ward No. 4. T. L. Dekle, J. W.
M. Grubbs.. (removed.)
IT ALWAYS DOES THE WORK
October 16 19114, at 7:30 o'clock P.
M. -for the purpose of Testoring names
This the 26th day, of September A.
WI like Chamberlain's Cough (Rem- n 1914.' iTT. tn Sftnink":
UB""'rv T:.., City clerk and ex-offlcio superrtsor
hive 'taken' it off and.on for yearaP' registration 6t the city of Ocala. trt.a: to make ajij
. . I .... v. m w nw m v ,.. ,,.
and it mas never ianea -xo give me ue-
meir associates and succe? -or, rt'- .
bod5 politic t.nd corporate In Atn- :
In law, under the nam of I'LOjCII,'..
SOFT PI103 PJIATD AND UMU Co... Co...-I'ANY,
I'ANY, Co...-I'ANY, unier the followinr; charter ;:r
articles -of incorporation, the oripri:;:.!
oi -wnicn Tvni.tDe on file In the oi;;;
of the secretary of -state of ?.iM a-:.
of I'lorida, at the city f .Talulias .
durinsr the time required by layr fr
too publication or XiAs r.otlce.
. J. liANDOLI'U .MTLIIUV. JIX.
AN'HUUM 'I. ANDr:itKON'.-"
charti:r OF I-XOniDA FOVT V' j .: .:-PIIATC
PIIATC .:-PIIATC AND COMPAQ V
TUe undf rslsned 'hereby ar:rr to V -come
associated -tosether, a::d-- 1;; r
by associate themselves to::r f -the
purpose of ,becomirJT ah-: :
and -corporate under the la'.
state of riorldn, 'the provii .:
which are hereby accepted, f. i
lowlnsr articles of r. corpora tl.-r :-lL
constitute ana become Its charter u;-':i.
the issuance of letters patent r.ceori-in-r
1." The name of this cor' V,r
shall be FLORIDA SOFT I'llO. L. i :
AND LI-MC COll PAN V. Its rrl;
oftlce and place of buMne:- I.-? ;,.
Ocala, rdarion county, I'lori'a. i;r;t i
offices may be. established r.t : :-other
other :-other places as -n:ay selt-ctt I
board of director.s.
. The general nature of the busi business
ness business to be transacted 'by fsM c.-rr-' i i-tion
tion i-tion shall be: to acquire, own, -'ori:.
lease, mortgrafre, sell ar.d dispose of any any-mines,
mines, any-mines, mining rights find lands, ar:-l
any -Interest tliercin, a:. I t- r?;l3re .r: I
develop the same; to carry cn the I '--iness
of 'fertilizing and dt tMnrr in r.r I
with fertilizer of any r.r .1 all l;in
whatsoever and to tnsz' ,n any bal baldness
dness baldness or. pursuit whats-o jy, r which is
or may tbe idirectly or i'-.'.rt-ctly con connected
nected connected with or relatf- l to i: fertilL.In t
business; to buy, sell, idevtlop, deal it;,
improve, nxana and nv-rate ril
Sroperty; to carry on th. -;:;-- of
ulldin?, construction an.i ; 'Mixtion cf
'houses and other structun tlif-roTi,
and the development of r- i5 r-.rtr
generally; the renting c;:.
real TirnncrtV: Imnrnvcil nr;1
sired result.' For sale iby all kieal-
ers. v--v;.r-.' ".V?-;L adv
Looking Down From Hlgn Places.
Why do you feel giddy when yon
look down from tbe top of the bouse
or even from the upstairs porch? Just
becaile It's so hisb. eh'l That's true,
but tt's only half the answer. You
know, of course, that your power, to
keep your balance on your feet de depends
pends depends largely on your vision or sight
When you walk in tbe dark you stum stumble
ble stumble and bump, against things because
you are not used to walking without
seeing. It's the same when you are
away up above the. ground and? cannot
see familiar ) things in their familiar
places. Your eyes play you tricks,
you seem to lose your balance., and
your head feels giddy and your' steps
are uncertain. If you practice long
enough you can learn to $valk without
seeingrbut until you have learned that
lesson be careful when yon climb to
high places. Wisconsin State Journal.
Scott Liked Work Pressure.
Scott, "who.was poet, novelist, law
yer, too. would have been greatest of
all as journalist Listen to this from
Ms Journal for Feb.. 15, 182G: "Tester
day I did not write' a line of 'Wood
stock. ; Partly, I was a little out of
spirits, Partly. I wanted to
wait for some new ideas.
Partly. I was av little too far beyond
the press. I cannot pull Veil In long
traces," when the draft la too far be
hind me. I love to have the; press
thumping, clattering and banging In
'my,; rear. It creates the necessity
which almost makes me work best
Needs must when the devil drives.
There is the very spirit of jour journalism.
nalism. journalism. and that devil surells the
printer's devil! London Standard..
Whereas, an ordinance has been
NOTICE OP ELECTION TO ISSUE
Hanrl.tn.Hanrl ,a58eu Y tne city or ucaia caumfr ior
nana-in-nana. an. election tn nhmw 'fn thp rpHetfrM
T tell you Pat, my boy' the big I voters of the city of Ocala, to decide
mm nf iht tnxer mrfApA laving a USJl?-?"?! "t bonds to the amount of
man or tne-iown connaea, laying a three hundred and five thou--
patronizing nana on-tne young lnsn- amd dol.tjars be issued; one hun hun-man's
man's hun-man's shoulder. "I wish I hai your LgJEJD thousand LUof said
tongue." "Sure, sor," grinned Pat,
"but it would do yoz no good without
me brams." -Worcaa's ; Home Com
ItEEP- YOUR STC3LCH
used for the rrm.str.iir.ti on
of sewers within tire corporate limits
of the city of .Ocalal: ON'E.iHUN'DRET)
THOUSAND DOLDARS of said bond3
to be xised tor the purpose of paving
aaid Improving the streets of said citv:
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS of said
bonds to le used for the purpose of
constructing- public .buildings and
parks for the said city within .the cor corporate
porate corporate limits of the said city; and
. . J. j 1 1 M. JL' A V
A! vigorous stomacn, neci worft- oi sald bonds to be used for the our
ine liver and regular acting bowels Is pose of equipping:, extending and im-
gnaranteed if you use Dr, King's r?7 Ah T, Sk SiftPi ?E2
New Life Pills: They insure good di- constructing; to connection therewith
eeation.' correct con3tination and an ice lant for the manufacture of ar-
i I tificial ice for 'the. said city of Ocala.
" aAX va TX.'ir said bonds to beMn the denomination of
WnOie System PUniV xneOBlOOa aau ftn .thnnsatwl dollars, eah. nd hMrins'
rid vou of 'all ibody noisons thru the I interest at the rate of five per cent, per
hrwp1 rjnlr -2 5-c at voiir drnr-1 annum, payable in not less than ten nor
y t ues-tlirs-f rl-w
omM to Maw
1 mi m o m if lh.o mni e
r i -. .. -
Oo You Know?
"Most people are fond of good pna.
Jtles, and many are not entirely happy
until they have solved them,' but the
man who resolves not to go to bed un-
til he has found a divisor without a
remainder (other than 1 and Itself) foi
1,111,111,111,111.111,111 will be able tc
earn a good living afterward as a sleep sleepless
less sleepless wonder, for nobody In the world
yet knows whether that number has I
divisor or not.
Songs of Nation,
Andrew Fletcher, a Scotch writer,
who died In 1716. wrote to the ilarqnla
of, Montrose, the Earl of Rothes, and
others, "I once knew a very wise man
that believed that if a man were per permitted
mitted permitted to make all the ballads of a
nation he need not care who should
make the laws of a nation.
' RESULTS TELL
There Can be Xo Doubt About the
i Results in Ocala
Results tell the tale.
AU doubt Is removed.
The testimony of an Xcala citizen
can be easily investigated.
What better proof can jbe had?
J A. Chandler, 'proprietor of the
Xew Grocery Co., 34 W. Broadway,
Ocala, says: "Knowing what great
benefit Doan's Kidney Pills have
been to. one of my family, I take
pleasure in recommending them to
sufferers from kidney complaint. The
one I refer to had (been 'fearing con
siderable trouble with his back and
kidneys. At one time he was obligr
ed to give up his 'work for several
days on account of lameness across
his back. ; As soon as Doan's Ividney
Pills was taken these troubles were
relieved and by continuing their use,
he was cured." -
. Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedv
get Doan's Tvidney Pills 'the same
that Mr Chandler -had. Foster-
Milburn Co.; Props., Buffalo, X. Y.
ELLIS NEWS DEPOT
P. A. EliLIS, Manager.
ALL THE LATEST MAGAZINES'
Next to Cam's Grocery Store
Board and Rooms.
" 203 NORTO 3IAIN ST.
more than thirty years from date of
' Now. therefore, toy virtue o! author
ity vested in. iie undersigmed as mayor
of .tbe said city of Ocala, I nereby pro
claim and order an election, -held on the
in the aid city of Ocala to determine
whetber or not the said city of Ocala
shall issue bonds to the amount of
THREE HUNDRED AND FIVE THOU
SANDr DOLLARS ONEi f HUNDRED
THOUSAND DOULAES of said bonda to
be used for the construction -of severs
within the corporate limits of the city
of Ocala ; QNB HUNDRED THOUSAND
DOUtARS 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 or. tne saia city; ana
FIFTY-FIVE THOUSAND -DOLLARS of
said bonds to be used for th e purpose
of equipping, extending and 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
In the denomination of One Thousand
Dollars each; bearing interest at the
rate of five per cent, and payable in not
less than ten nor -more than thirty
years from date of. issue.
And hereby appoint J. M. Thomas, T.
H. Johnson and F. B. Beqkham 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 if o'clock a. m. and (T o'clock
p. : m. --'.' r
In witness whereof I have hereunto
affixed my hand and seal of the- city
of Ocala, this the 25th day of Septem September
ber September A D 1914' w-
(Seai) J: D. ROBERTSON, Mayor.
Attest: II. C. SISTRyNK, City Clerk.
by-mortgage or otLi.r.. to
money upon' real pror-trty and t
mortgages and -assign i-.if-r : u
gages of the fame; t-ubjtct -or.lv to
provisions Imposed by law or i cl
ter or by-laws or sai l cor: : i ;:i
buy, sell and deal In .nart .i
this and other corporati aj
bonds and loans secure.! i:
or other liens-on rr.il ro; ri- ; i
carry on the bus Inc...?; i pur
manufacturing.- aciuirin-r, holJi;vc.
owning, TOort-.Taglnir, pll .:", U :
selling, assigning inJ irw.i -i. r ;i
vesting in. trading and dealing 1:1
oods. wares, merchandise anM nro'-
erty of every kind and dt .:rription, -. I
carrying on any one or more of t v
above nurfinesses or any
business -connected there wit a,
may be, ana to tne exiem, jtuaii,
by the laws or this state, ana .as run
and with all the powers that the !.-.-
of this state confer upon corporr:;-
to carry on 'business within or iyk.-i-out
the state of Florida as my be ar. I
to the extent permitted by lav,'.
3. The amount, oi capjt;ii t:ioc:.
this corporation shall be Sevtn Hun
dred and Fifty Thousand Doll.?
($7.50,000), 'divided into v.--:;ty-:.-Thousand
(75,000) charts of ux :
value of Ten Dollars' ($10) tachi sill
capital stock ?hall be p-l-l f,.r in l.t.
ful money. of the United : tates or r
or personal property of the value equal
to the par valus; of the r'.ock iy ti--.l
exchange or- payment thert for, t -n r
cent, of which shall be paid In lav-.i,:!
money of the-United States or rc-1 r
personal property above ;r...
within iten days after .letters j-.i.
Shall 'have been, grnted, Jiid ivf..r -!
said 'corporation ??.:ill tra;:. -t -;:-:'
business. The unpaid !,al:;cv
atnrk of the UDcrlbor Ijcrto : -h l
I Hit'.: i
The registration book "for. district
No. 1, (Ocala), will be. open on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each
week from the 1st Monday in August
till the second Saturday In October,
1914. In all othr districts two days in
each week from the 1st Monday in
September till the second Saturday in
October. This registration does not
apply to any person who was a regis registered
tered registered voter prior to- Jan. Ist,.l9i4.
Those who registered this year for the
first time in Marion county, thoug-fc
they may have voted in the primary
cannot vote In the November electlor
unless they register again prior to tb
second Saturday in October.
7-2?-6 wks dly D. M. BARCO.
Supervisor Registration Marion, n
Under and by virtue of an execution
issued out of and under the seal-of the
circuit court in and for Duval county,
Florida, dated the 25th day of July,
1914, In a certain cause wherein -the
McGraw Tire and Rubber Co., a cor corporation,
poration, corporation, Is plaintiff, and the Seminole
Rubber Company, a corporation. Is de defendant,
fendant, defendant, and C. L. Anderson is defend defendant
ant defendant in execution, I have levied on and
will on M
3Ionday, tbe 5tb day of October, 1914,
the same being a legal sales day and
during the legal hours of sale,-will of offer
fer offer for sale at the west door of the
court thouse In Ocala, Fia.,.and sell the
same to the highest and best bidder
for ash the following described real
estate in Marion county Florida, to to-wlt:
wlt: to-wlt: Lots 1, 2, 3. 4, 5. 6, 7, 8, 9. 11, 12
of block 14, and lots 2, 3, 6; 7, of block
1, in Marion Heights, according to plat
book recorded in public records of Ma Marion
rion Marion county, Florida, to plat book "A
on page 166.
Sold to satisfy said execution and
all costs. J. P. GALLOWAY.
; Sheriff ilarion County, Florida,
D. GREENWOOD HALEY,
Attorney for Plaintiff. 9-4-fri
be p.-!d in lawful money cf tl
States or real or puro::,-! i r
the value equal to the par val
stock issued in exer-.mrra cr
therefor, in -such lnt Jr.: ; :
in :r tlm P. s may be u-.
the 'board' of 'directors, provwfu
the subscribers shall b entitled to t:i
days notice of lemr. 1 for ru'. !;
f erred payments. :
v A. The duration of this cor; oritur
shall be perpetual, uiiltss jj.'if
solved according to law.
5. The business -oi this cor;.-ji .iIIot.
shall be conducted by a boar i of r. t
less than, five nor rnrre th:.n nine ;i j j-tors.
tors. j-tors. ;'.,-.,
' The board of -directors j-hall -.-.
from themselves a Pre-1 'it,
President, Secretary and 'i'n a.-urr r.
Two offices may be lield by or" p r-
. m i t ... ... ... . 1 it t 1...., ,i. hi "ih k
son. ::.ui uoaruoi iirt-'jn 5 i... n
authority to anrolnt ..u. neces re
agents of this corjoratfon.
Annual meting.s or r.T '.
tv'hall be -held at the priricl;.al f:c-' i
the corporation on tne third Tue:
In January of each year, ut- 12 o'ci
m., or as soon thereaft r as pr:i::iu l l-ble,
ble, l-ble, at which the board of. director!
ers. "''" iij.'-"-- '.'
The by-laws for -the government f.Z
this corporation shall be adoptf. 1 at tho
first 'annual meeting of the -tockhI I I-ers,
ers, I-ers, or at, any special mcii- ; .'.I t
for that purpose.
Until a-board of director.-- f'rill ivc
been f.iit duly cho.-...n by i..
hcLivrj. the business of lie
1oration ,-shall 'be conductt-1 by d d-lovring
lovring d-lovring named prfjns ?.nU ofr';o .
. An. --elm I. Andr -on, Presi
Whereas, an ordinance has been
passed bv the city of Ocala calling for
an election to submit to the registered
voters of the city of Ocala, to decide
whether or not bond3 to the amount of
SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOL DOLLARS
LARS DOLLARS be issued for the purpose of
erecting and equipping an .ELECTRIC
LIGHT STATION In connection with
tne city -WATER WORKS, and extend extending
ing extending such lines and wires as there -may
be necessary to' furnish the citizens of
Ocala with light and power, said bonds
to be in the denomination ,of One
Thousand Dollars each, and bearing in interest
terest interest at the rate of five .per cent, per
annum,: payable An not lass than ten
nor more than thirty years from date
Now, therefore, by virtue of author authority
ity authority vested In the undersigned as mayor
of the said city of Ocala. I hereby pror
claim and order on electlon.held on the
2Stb day of October, A. D. 1914
in the said city of Ocala to determine
whether or not. the said city of Ocala
shall Issue bonds to the amount-of
SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOL DOLLARS
LARS DOLLARS for the purpose of erecting and
equipping an .ELECTRIC LIGHT STA STATION
TION STATION in connection with the city.
WATER WORKS, and extending such
lines and wires as there may be nec
essary to furnish the citizens of Ocala
'with light, and power. Said bonds to
be In the denomination or one inou inou-sand
sand inou-sand Dollars each, bearing Interest at
the rate of' five per -cent., and payable
than thirty years from date of Issue.
And hereby appoint B. A. Weathers,
L. F-. -Ballard and IL Livingston -as
Inspeetors and Isaac Stevens as clerks
Said election shall beheld at the city city-hall
hall city-hall of the city of Ocala between the
hours of S o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock
In' witness whereof -I have hereunto
affixed my hand and seal of the clty
of Ocala. this the 25th day of Septem September,
ber, September, A. D. 1914.
(Seal) J. D. ROBERTSON, Mayor.
Attest: IL C.UISTRUNK, City Clerk.
Only Empty Things Flost,
. "1 kept iny; head when I fell Into tha
water," observed the young: man.
''How fortunate," replied tho caustla
rnal4; "It must have helped ycu to
nicely to float..
,.T .Uandolnh Arrdfebv. Jr.. Vi; j-I "i-
Katherine R. Norton, :' cr-'f.ry.
Anseim I. 'An.lerron,. Trr--urer.
by aid ofiicers tmtil r.r : ;;. :
meetin? of the stockholder.1.
- 6. The highest amount of lr..3eb:-- -ness
or lability to which this corr t --tlon
tlon --tlon fcTis.ll at any time ::u!-j-ct it - .C
is One bullion Dollars ( 1.U0.'. ).
7. The name and rldenct : t !;
subv-riberrf to the.-e articles .-r-
poratlon, together with the ;
capital subscribed by each are
Anselm P. Anderson,
.' 61?t St.
- .'Dro-i!.lyn.' N. Y
J. Randolph -Appleby, Jr.
Ci :;tate St.,
, Pert'.i Am boy, N. J., 1
Katherlne U. ;.'orton,
162 I'airview Ave.,
-Jersey City, N. J.. 1
In witness whereof, v.e '.r.vc here hereunto
unto hereunto set our hands this 22 rl day of
September,; A. J. 114.'.
. J. RANDOLPH APPLEBY, JR.
ANSELM P. ANDERSON.
KATHERINE R. NORTON.
Witness: GIX)ROE TL'MiV:ON.
. 1 1 v:
STAT 13 OF NEW YORK.
COUNTY OF NEW YORK.
IV OEORGE Ti::.IP: 0:;, a notary pub public
lic public in and for the iitate and County
aforesaid, do hereby certify that AN
SELM IV "ANDERSON,- J.- dtANDOLPIL
APPLEBY,1-, JR.; -and KATHERINE .R. :
NORTON, who are to me well known,
thl',.day appeared .. before : me; and. ev- .-erally-:
for themselves"-, "acknowledged -that
they signed the foregoing articles
of incorporation and the accompanying
notice for the u?es r.nd purports thc-r.-
In witness whVreof. I have henanio
set my hand and seal of offlce ti.i ":'rd
day of September, 1J14.
(,-eal) GEORGE TUMPFON.
Notary Public, New York County.
' ly -commiH.-ion exrlres Zdiro-i
, Uncanny Vi'dom.
Come men aro ?o v.-!rc th. P.
t3 though thy' must hav:?. b-cn I
et a rr.uch ca:U r rc"
Ail iw t t J
THE OCAXA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, OCTOHER 2, 1014.
'All kinds of 'bulbs now on ale at
Ocala Seed Store. 10-1 -If
-Mr. Dell (Moody was In the city
today from 'Lake Weir.
Barrel of dill pickles just received.
Cam-Thomas Company, 10-1-lt
iMr. E. G. Rivers came in from
VVorthington this afternoon.
If you trade at Gerig's you are as assured
sured assured of best service and quality, tf
V," South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Store. 10il-tf
Go to KREGERS for the best IOE
CREAM in Ocala. 9-24-tf
The very latest INITIAL. STA STATIONERY
TIONERY STATIONERY AT KREGER'S. 9-24-tf
Now is the time to plant Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
Music 10c at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 1 0-1-3 t
Fishing tackle that will bring the
fish from the swater at KREGER'S. tf
Fresh pansy and sweet ipea seed at
Bitting & Knight's drug store. 928-tf
Onion sets at Bitting & Knight's
drug store. 9-28-tf
The best Ice cream in town at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a
.specialty. 1 0-2-6 t
Avoid the rush of Qlonday. Get
your school books now. The Murray
Company; 1 0-1-3 1
Since they have 'been repainted
and newly lettered, the welcome
arches look mighty fine.
Mr. E. E. Robinson has 'been in
Jacksonville for several days on 'bus 'business
iness 'business for IMr. R. S. Hall.
See our line of stationery before
buying your supply. The, Court 'Phar-
Mr. Jno. T. (Lewis of Oklawaha;
was in townjyestsraay, ior a
his son, John T Ir.. who is a 5
of the Commercial College.
The best ice cream in town at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a
' We have Prof. Cassel's list of
school ibooks you need. Come and
get them now. The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. .1 0-1-3 1
See xmr line of stationery .before
buying your supply. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 10-2-Gt
(Messrs. Allick Inglis and Gorman
Pratt 'motored up 1 yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon from Rockwell, returning after
the storm ,last evening.
Miss Qlinnie Gamsby 'will give a
limited number of pupils lessons in
singing. Special attention to correct
Voice production. Garcia's method.
Apply 814 Fort King ave. 9-30-6t
"In the Southern Hills"
A 2-ReeI JFeafure of the Old Ijove
vA. Keystone Comic.
SPECIAL.IA' FIXE PROGRA3I
l 'show I
V STARTS 1L I
V 7 O'CIiOCK J
.This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Ma,x.. Min. R. F.
Sept. 1 ..90 .69
Sept. 2.... 90 69
Sept. 3.. 89 70 ..
Sept. 4 79 70
Sept. 5.. 89 70
Sept. 6 90 69
Sept. 7 87 70
Sept. 8 87 68
Sept. 8 .92 67 .2B
Sept. 10...... .89 69 .28
Sept. 11 . .87 60
Sept. 12 89 63
Sept. 13... 88 68 .62
Sept. 14 89 64
Sept. 15. 80 67 .
Sept. 16. ..... .79 68
Sept. 17. . 78 67 .44
Sept. 18. ;.. . 182 69 .87
Sept. 19 .84 70 .87
Sept. 20. ....... .84 72 .16
Sept. 21. ..... .84 68
Sept. 22. ... 1 . .86 68
Sept. 23. ... ... :S6 68
Sept. 24 v. .84 73
Sept. 25. . : . .84 72
Sept. 26 78 61
Sept. 27 SO 63
Sept. 28 .81 65
Sept. 29. ..... .80 70 1.91
Sept. 30. ...... .79 65 a. 91
Oct. 1,. ....... .81 67 1.36
Forecast for this Evening and
, .,. Tomorrow
..' (Unsettled" tonight and Saturday,
We are selling Stock and Poultry
Powders and Medicines at half price.
Two 25cts or 50cts packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Btore iO-l-.tf
Xew Crop Florida Seed Rye. Ocala
IMr.1 E. O. Cordrey, the orange
grower from the east side of the
county, is in town today on business.
IMt. E. IL. Stapp, -who 'has -been in
Georgia for several 4ays on (business
for "Mr. iH. M. 'Hampton, is expected
(Mr. Ed Dreyfous leaves next week
for "New York, to visit this relatives
in that city. iHe intends to see the
(big 'ball' games in Philadelphia and
(Mr. Kelsey came up from Sian Sian-ton
ton Sian-ton this .morning and 'htui Mclver &,
JMacKay ship a casket to thai ipla.ee
for Dr. King, a retired -dentist, who
died last night. r
(Mr. (B. Goldman, finding his hands
full iwith the care of .the big store
and ; stock he has just ibought from
Jake Klein, has installed. Mr. 'Her 'Herman
man 'Herman "Warshauer: as manager of his
pawnbroker .business. JMr. Wars Warshauer
hauer Warshauer is an enterprising and popular
young manvIHe is now hussy straight straightening
ening straightening stock and arranging show .win .windows.
dows. .windows. ; '"'
I DEXNISOX'S lunch sets and other
paper "novel ties at KREGER'2. 924-tf
Gerig's assorted chocolates at 3
cents per pound.
STATEMEXT OF THE OWNERSHIP,
Management, Etc., ; Required by
the Act of August 24, 1912,
Of Ocala .Evening Star, published
daily at Ocala, Florida, 'for October
1st, 1914. V
Editor, J. H. (Benjamin; ibusiness
managers, R. R. Carroll and P. V.
Lea vengcod, Ocala, tFla.; .publishers,
:K. iK. iCarroll and Mrs. C. Bittin Bittin-ger
ger Bittin-ger widow of the late C "L. Bittinger,
Ocala. Fla.: owners. R. Ri ICarroll
and ,iMrs. C. 1. Bittinger, widow of
the late C. L. Bittinger.
Known 'bondholders, morteasrees.
and other security holders, 'holdine 1
per cent or more of total amount of
'bonds, mortgages, or othf uri
ties: Estate of J. C Porter, ftceasftd.
Ocala, Florida, $1500, -balance due
on chattel mortgage for purchase
money; IMergenthaler (Linotype Com Company,
pany, Company, iNew York City, balance due on
chattel mortgage for purchase of lin linotype,
otype, linotype, $500.
Average number of copies of each
issue of this publication sold or dis distributed,
tributed, distributed, through the mails or other otherwise,
wise, otherwise, to paid subscribers the six
months preceding the date shown
above, 675. R. R. Carroll,
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this October 1st, 1914. v
(Seal) Mamie tE. Fox,
iNotary Public, State of Florida.
!My commission expires Feb 1
Small Peter, disguised as a district
messenger, was delivering play tele telegrams
grams telegrams to his sisters, who were im improvising
provising improvising dispatches of p more or less
startling nature. When It came Lil Lillian's
lian's Lillian's turn, she read aloud from her
bit of yellow paper, amid finely simu simulated
lated simulated wails of woe: "Railroad wreck.
I was instantly killed. Ycur loving
PESSIMISTIC TONE OF
Seem to be Preparing People for In
London, Oct. 2. A Rotterdam
dispatch to the Daily Telegraph
says: . -V V t :
"Germans in Rotterdam are
aghast at the tone of the German
newspapers which arrived today
(Thursday). Only one meaning can
be attached to what they contain
they are preparing the German peo
ple for defeat and he ruin of their
"Official mesages ask that judg judgment
ment judgment be suspended If news should
arrive that the German troops have
been compelled to abandon certain
"The British troops are mentioned
as pushing on by the sheer weight
of their masses and the 'French are
admitted to have taught a severe les lesson.
son. lesson. A -week ago. such statements
would have meant the suppression of
the newspaper printing them."
Ornaments of the Oyster.
A kindergarten teacher, after ex explaining
plaining explaining to her much interested class
that birds have feathers, bears have
fur, sheep have wool, etc.,1 asked the
question: "Now, who can tell me
what oysters have?' A bright little
girl, very eager to recite, answer'
"Crackers." National Monthly.
Not New to Her.
A party of Clevelanders entertained
some holiday visitors recently, and
having showed them, everything In Interesting
teresting Interesting In Cleveland proper, they
had to take them out to Ne wburg for
a view of the asylum. The superin superintendent
tendent superintendent was in a genial frame of mind,
and he conducted the bunch personal personally.
ly. personally. "Here is a queer case, ladies," he
said, pausing at a particular cell. "This
man has the delusion that, he .pos .possesses
sesses .possesses the motive power that runs the
universe. He is perfectly harmless,
but he actually believes that without
Mm the world would t not move.
Strange notion. Isn't it?" "Why, not
at all!" exclaimed one of the women.
"My husband, has the same idea, and
he alwa vs has had it. Is he crazy,
too V Clevel and Plain Dealer.
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rant and Similar Local Heeds
FOUiNl Automobile tail light; last
P rid ay on 'North .(Magnolia ,! street.
Owner can 'have same by. calling
t phone 206 and paying for ithil? ad
vertisement. 9-29tf Av;
FOR SADB A gas stove and a gas
. .instantaneous heater; both in good
repair. Call on S. H. Christian at
" office. ." -; S-25-tf. ',
FOR vSAIJESawed.; cedar postS,vali
heart,- any. quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
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BOARDERS WANTEIRooms with
board or fable board 'without rooms
Apply to Mrs. F. R. Kaiser, E.' 2nd
street. . 9-17-tf.
LOST An onyx and j gbld bracelet,
set with pearls.; Suitable reward
for its return to Star office. 9-21-tf
WA'XTDEID A good buggy x 'horse ;
. must be cheap for cash. 4 Apply at
Star office.- ; 10-2-tfV
Got to 6b Besp to
h: "' ; ': jCiire': Rlisiiihsfisci
Linimente Help Locally, .But
tte Discaseib Way Down
To pet at the source of rheumatic
pains it retjulres the deep, searching ia ia-flmnce
flmnce ia-flmnce of S. S. S., the .famouk blood f'pur f'pur-iiier.
iiier. f'pur-iiier. Kheumatism is primarily a blood
disease that, since It is jin this vital fluid
that rheumatic' tendencies are carried,
lodges In. the Joints and muscles; there to
irritate the nerves and ? produce pain.
And In order to drive out these pain- in in-flictlns
flictlns in-flictlns poisons It requires S. S. S." to
sink deep into the tiny glands Imbedded
In the Innermost tissues. S. S. S. travels
wherever the blood goes and never loses
Its medicinal Influence. This explains
why it overcomes the most chronic forms
of rheumatism; why It dislodges those bard
deposits that thicken the joints, for It acts
as a, solvent and assists the blood to pro provide
vide provide in the tissues those natural elements
for which the body-building process con continually
tinually continually craves and must have.
If you have never used S. S. S. for
rheumatism, pet a bottle, today of any
driiist. Use it as directed and with
some simple home helps you will soon
dethrone the worst and most painful
forms of rheumatism.- Write the medi medical
cal medical department, The Swift Specific Co.,
C3 Swift Bldg., Atlanta, .Ga., for addi additional
tional additional advice. Yours may be a ease
where a slight help from a specialist
whose advice Is free, will solve the mys mystery
tery mystery that has been making life miserable
for you. When you ask for S. S. S. In Insist
sist Insist upon it and refuse all substitutes.
UNLUCKY AUTO OWNERS
Congress Shoving, Them Out of the
Frying Pan into the Fire'
"Washington, Oct 2. Democrats
of the Senate -sub-committee on fi finance
nance finance have voted to substitute for
the tax of two cents a gallon on gas gasoline
oline gasoline in the war Tevenue 'bill a tax of
20 cents a horsepower on, automo automo-bile
bile automo-bile owners and $1 a horsepower on
automobile sales by manufacturers.
Such a tax, the committee estimates,
would yield an annual revenue of
In setting the article lieaded "In "Information
formation "Information for 'Farmers A Which ap appears
pears appears on the first page, regarding a
remedy for lung and kidney worms
in -hogs, we regret to find that one
item of the formula, -by the composi compositor's
tor's compositor's mistake, .was left out. The for for-mulea
mulea for-mulea is as follows:
Santonin, 8 grains; calomel, 1
grain; areca 'nut; 2 drams; sodium
bicarbonate, 1 dram.
X11Y NOT PUBMSII IT?
generally known, :the right way is to
publlsn (it. Mrs. Josepb Kilians, i
Peru, Ind., m-as troubled with !belch-
irig, sour stomach and frequent head-!
aches. She 'writes: "I feel- it my
duty -to tell others v what Chamber- S
Iain's Tablets have done for me. 1
They 'have helped my digestion and
regulated ; my (bowels. Since using
them I have been entirely well." For ;
i 1 i' ..t .
sa,i uy au oeaiers. aav
NOTICE OP ELECTIOX
Whereas, the Legislature of 1913,
under the Constitution or 1885, of the
State of Florida,dId pass three Joint
Resolutions proposing amendments, to
the Constitution of the State of iFlor iFlor-lda,
lda, iFlor-lda, and the same were-agreed to by a
vote of three-flfths of all the members
elected to each house; that the votes
on said Joint Resolutions were entered
upon their respective Journals, with
the yeas and nays thereon; and they
did determine. and direct that the said
Joint Resolutions be submitted to the
electors of the State at the General
Election In November, 1914.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, 1 H. CL.AY
CRAWFORD, Secretary of State of the
State of Florida, do hereby give notice
that a ; ;
will bej held In each county in Florida
on Tuesday next succeeding- the flrst
Monday in November, A. D. 1914, tte
said-Tuesday being the k
Third Day- of November
for the ratification or rejection of the
said Joint Resolutions proposing
amendments to the Constitution of the
State of Florida, viz:-
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing
an Amendment tb Section Six (6), of
Article Eight (8), of the Constitution
of the State of Florida, Relating to
County Officers. v
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of
the State of Florida; '
That the following amendment to
Section Six (6) of Article Eighth (8), of
the Constitution of the State of Flor Florida
ida Florida is hereby agreed to and shall be
submitted to the electors of ; the" State
at the general election to be held on
the first. Tuesday r in November, ; A,;; D.
1914, for ratification or rejection:
"Section 6. The Legislature shall
provide for theVlectlon by the qualified
electors In each county of 'the follow following
ing following county officers: A Clerk of the
Circuit Court, a Sheriff, Constables, a
County Assessor of Taxs, a Tax Col Collector,
lector, Collector, a Superintendent of Publ$c In Instruction;
struction; Instruction; and a County Surveyor. The
term of office oX all County officers
mentioned in, this Section shall be for
four, years, except that of County As Assessor
sessor Assessor of Taxes and County Tax Collec Collector,
tor, Collector, who shall ,be elected for two years
until at the general election to be Tield
in the year A. D. 1916, when and after
that they shall be elected for a term
of four years. Their powers, duties
and compensation shall be prescribed
by law. The Legislature shall provide
by law for the care and custody of all
County, funds and shall provide the
method of reporting and paying out all
such. .funds.. -, :f..
Provided. County Treasurers elected
in General Election held in 1914 shall
hold office far the term elected.
A JOINT RESOLUTION
Proposing an Amendment to Section
16 of Article IV. of the Constitution of
the State of Florida, Relating to the
Appointment of Commissioned Officers
of the State Militia: Li
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of
the State of Florida: r
That the following amendment to
Section 16 of Article TV. of the Con Constitution
stitution Constitution of the State of Florida Is
hereby agreed to and shall be submit submitted
ted submitted to the electors of the -State for
adoption or rejection at the next gen general
eral general election hereafter; that is to say,
that Section 16 of Article IV. shall be
amended so as" to read as "follows:
Sec. 16. The Governor shall appoint
all commissioned officers of thri State
Militia, Including an adjutant general
for the State, with rank of brigadier
general, who shall be chief of stafv
The duties and compensation of all of officers
ficers officers so appointed shall De as fixed by
law. The terms of office of all com commissioned
missioned commissioned officers of the organized
militia shall be continuous during -the
pleasure of the Governor; subject to
such laws as may be enacted by the
Legislature providing for their .retire .retirement
ment .retirement for age or other causes.
A JOINT RESOLUTION '
-s Proposing An; Amendment to Section
One of Article V. of the Constitution;
Relatine to the Judiciary.
Be lt Resolved by the Legislature of
the State of Florida:
That the following; amendment to
Section One of Article V. -of the Con Constitution
stitution Constitution is hereby agreed to and shall
be proposed and submitted -to-he elec electors
tors electors of the (State for approval lor rejec rejection
tion rejection at thevnext general-election here hereafter,
after, hereafter, that is to say, said Sectidn One
of said Article shall be amended so as
to read as follows:
Section 1. The judicial power' of the
State shall be vested In a Supreme
Court, Circuit Courts, Court of Record
of 1 Escambia County, Criminal Courts,
County Courts. County Judges and Jus
tices of the Peace and such other
Courts or Commissions as the leglsla
ture may from time to time ordain and
establish. The Legislature may pre prescribe
scribe prescribe the compensation of the Justices
and Judsres of the several courts, but
no court heretofore established under
tha Constitution and laws oi norma
shall be hereby aboiisnea.
The votes cast in compliance with
said proposed amendments, and the
rinvs". declarations and returns
thereof, shall be subjected to the same
reenlatlons and restrictions as are pro
vided by law for general elections In
the state or norma.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto -feet my band and
affixed the Great Seal of the
(Seal.) State of Florida, at Talla Talla-,
, Talla-, hassee, the Capital, this the
twenty-fifth day or July, A
r. lf14. H. CLAY CRAWFORD,
7-31-wlcy Secretary of State.
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