OCAJjA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1814
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Paris, Oct. 3. The flanking move move-ment
ment move-ment of the allies against the right
v.-lag of the German army in 'Franco
Las met a ulrcng and unexpected
obstacle' in a heavy force of Ge--r::ans
who swept down from southern
Iieliam, and hard fighting isin pro pro-prf.
prf. pro-prf. s around CDouai, tifteen 'miles
northeast cf Arras.
T;. ; rr-aneh army of the -north is
now .ithin twenty-five miles of the
Belgian 'tbordcr and is -a .constant
irnaw to -General Von Kluck's line
BIG CROWD Oil GERMANS FROM
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Bordeaux, Oct. 3. (Minister 'of
War liil; r today declared that only
the steady arrival of heavy reinforce reinforcements
ments reinforcements averted disaster to General
, Von KluckV army and the entire
Tight- win" cf the German "forces,. He
declared that -early in the w eek Von
. Kluck was in ..'desperate straits and
forced to withdraw from his advanc advanc-:
: advanc-: cd position 1y 'French cavalry". north northeast
east northeast of Steunstin. The German' rein rein-"forcemeats
"forcemeats rein-"forcemeats : .-arriving ." at' ; the last
moment enabled the Germans to
make stutfaam resistance'.
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French moving forwakd
; Paris, Oct :3.-An official i state statement
ment statement at -3 o'clock this afternoon said
that the German army linden the
crown prince ; liad .been repulsed.
The German -attacks -in the vicinity
of Roye have been "repulsed. Ths
French are tanking", slow but steady
progress in the Woevre region. ;
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ALL THE -OATTLES
ALLIES STASHING" FIRM
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iParls, Oct. 3. The war office stat stated
ed stated at 5 o'clock this afternoon that
another' series of violent attacks by
the Germans had "been repulsed by
the allies. The German general staff
yesterday ordered attacko all along
the line, declaring "fae Anglo-French
front must be -pierced
S3IATTKU FRENCH Arm RUSSIAN
TWINES AND ANTTTEirP 3IUST
-Berlin, Oct. 3. It wtas officially
-announced this morning that the
Germans have driven the French
from their positions south of Roye.
The German right wing defeated the
efiorts of the allies to outflank it.
The Germans hav taken the of offensive
fensive offensive against the 'Russians in
Poland. , .:' ; ;. ; ;
The Antwerp forts will he unable
to escape the fate of Liege and Na Na-mur.
mur. Na-mur. The heavy bombardment con continues.
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JR1ITAIN SENDS THREE SHIP SHIP-,
, SHIP-, LOADS OF CARTRIDGES TO
Rouen, Oct. 3. Three British
transports filled with ammunition for
the British army in France have just
iirxiyed at iHavre. The cargoes con consist
sist consist of varieties of munitions; which
will he rushed- to the front on special
trains. .:-,"V'."-"y' v-
OCAXA SOLDIERS ;
AT BLACK POINT
OLD FRIEND 1IARRV
Broken Into Print Again by
leasing a Ilac in New N
CTanchester, 'N. sH Oct. 3. -Harry
K. Thav, who is in the custody of
, the federal' court in this 'district,
pending the determination of the
question of extradition to CSTew A'ork,
expects to pass the;i winter": In this
city. He has leased an estate in an
exclusive Tesidential section and will
take possession next week. ; ;
Our Roys Will be ISusj on the Rifle
Range Next Week
1 Detailed, for duty for the entire
Southern 'Rifle Tournament, Oct. 6th
to 22nd, Lieut H. C. Campbell,, range
officer .- '. : -,; :
Detailed for duty In a provisional
company, to act as scorers, markers,
clerks and for guard: Sergeant Geo.
C. Woods, Corporal Leslie Bostick,
Cook Lucius Potter, Privates' Rod Rodney
ney Rodney Vandervoort,' lalcolm .llacln .llacln-tosh,
tosh, .llacln-tosh, Ashley Purvis, (Linzy ITsry, )
Detailed for the Taliaferro Trophy
match, for the Florida Rifle Compe Competition,
tition, Competition, Oct.- 6th, 7th and 8th: Pri Pri-vate
vate Pri-vate Clarence Blalock, team captain;
Privates J. II. Roberts, Cecil Ditto,
Hugh Knight, CCeedhan Purvis.
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Mexico City, Oct. 3. lEighty-eight
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constitutionalist generals nd officers,
brilliantly uniformed -and hearing
service' pistols, crowded the chamber
of deputies today tp conider plans
for a peaceful solution of the ilexi 1
can situation. ; i
Villa's representatives continue to
stand firm for dividing he vast es estates
tates estates among the peons and soldiers.
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ANGLO-JAP FORCES SUCCESSFUL
IN TTIEIR OPERATIONS V
Tokioi; Oct. 3. Operations around
TsIng Tab are favorable to the Ai glo glow's
w's glow's panes e troops. Another Japanese
mine sweeper was sung.; .
SAKK GER3L1N DESTROYER
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iPektn, Oct.-3.-f The Japanese fleet
bomharding Tslng Tao sunk 'Ger 'German
man 'German l torpedo destroyer. .; '
TERRIBLE SUFFERING OF
J WOUNDED IN TRENCHES
DeaQ and Dying Lay in Filtliy Damp
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tLouaon, Oct.; 3. The Times cor correspondent
respondent correspondent wiring from Chalons,
Fraaice, -under date of sMonday, says:
Tihe Germans are gone and (Cha (Chalons
lons (Chalons is Tejoiclng. Latest reports
seem to Indicate a general retirement
from the strong line of defense which
the Germans constructed to the north
of iRheims ihd to the east and -wesr.
"Their trenches on this line" are
wonderful jworks of art.. Dug to a
depth, of six feet they -are covered
and -protected in -many1 cases, 'with
layers of .reinforced concrete. This
work was executed by a forced labor
of the inhabitants to form a defens defensive,'
ive,' defensive,' poslti on : in, case of need while
the troops were still fighting on the
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"Up to this line the -'French work worked
ed worked their -way foot ,.by foot 'until In
places their front was not, 100 yards
from the Germans' trenches. .'
"The condi tion s o f those und rai n n-ed
ed n-ed trenches when examined wlll be
found to he terrihle. The wounded
as -well as the 'dead lie where they
fell amid the wet and filth. The
FreBch In the . advanced trenches
could hear cries at night when the the-firing,
firing, the-firing, ceased, coming across the nar narrow
row narrow .belt over which the two armies
'These, terrible conditions as much
as i the 'French fire dislodged the
Germans from their miniature forts.
In some of the trenches on the
heights above Rheims the French
had to drown -- the, Germans out. Lines
of hose were laid from the town and
the;iratumps'wTorked. until the wa water
ter water stood ibreast high,:
"Chalons suffered little, from the
Germans-occupation'., "Not. a,' single
house Is damaged and only one in inhabitant
habitant inhabitant was killed. The German
governor imposed a fine of $600,000
on the department of iMarne, of
which Chalons is the'prinslpal town.
TheMepiity mayor jpleaded for milder
treatment and the iprince of Gaxony,
who is ap officer of the German
army, seconded his : efforts' where whereupon
upon whereupon the governor reduced the de demand
mand demand to. $100,000, which was paid
"The (French retook the town" ion
September 11. The Germans left
behind their wounded."
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SHII THAT HAVE FURNISH-
ED GER3L1NS WITH COAX'
. tNew York, Oct. 3. It ist reported
today that four, merchant ships were
captured in the West Indies by the
French cruiser Conde and the British
cruiser .Berwick, '" Two Norwegian,
one American and one German ship'
comprised the list. The neutrals are
charged "with furnishing coal to Ger
- Petrogra'd, Oct. o.-r-The Jong ex expected
pected expected battle hetween German and
Russian armies in western 'Russian
Poland Is on, according to -a report
from the front, today. The-advance
guard of the two armies are in con contact.
tact. contact. in the .'government of -Ivlelec,
north of Vistula.
i The German army is reported to
number ,600,000, along a curved
front extending from Thorn to Cra Cracow.
cow. Cracow. In addition they "are support
ed by 300,000 NAustrians.
' The. Russian force Is believed to
'Fighting continues and -the Ger Germans
mans Germans are retreating in the Suwalkl
district under pressure of the 'Rus 'Russian
sian 'Russian attack. Their front has ibecn
broken on. the line to Marjampol.
Near 'Jtaczki, the Germans .were re repulsed
pulsed repulsed in; a night attack, suffering
heavily. "r '
Reports from Russian secret ser service
vice service .agents" strengthen the belief
that- .Emperor William Is 'personally
directing the offensive movement
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SEVEN, HUNDRED THOUSAND
; i ARE FACING STARVATION
Food Supplies of People in
ATottnd Brussels About
Ldndon, Oct. 3. rSeven hundred
thousand persons -in : Brussels are
facing .starvation; according to Hugh
'Gibson, secretary of the American
embassy there, who Is now iri Lon London.
don. London. The supply of flour in the Bel Belgian
gian Belgian capital will he exhausted today
and- other staples are virtually all
consumed! The last apportionment
of .flour to the citizens will be given
oat this afternoon.
.'"Efforts to send food In from Ant Ant-werp
werp Ant-werp have failei. Inasmuch' as
Brussels is in charge of the Germans,
it is in effect German territory. Neu
tral nations could not undertake to
supply food to Brussels. j"
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HAVE DISCOVERED ANOTHER
LINE BY WHICH TO MARCH
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CS'ish, Oct. 3. The official state statement
ment statement issued today announces another
victory over, the Austrian's, Servian
and Montenegrin troops imarching on
Sarajevo, left the line (between 3re1
fenitza and Jahcrtuna, and after des desperate,
perate, desperate, attacks occupied Vlasenitza.
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A' dispatch to1
London, Oct. 3.
the Tin; .:- frc:.i Cot
German-, are reported to !;:.' f v
ly 'building' 'fifty rubmarir
been rar Id to r:ov.irr-l
cars of petrol through Austria.
(New Ycr!:, C-t. 2,
:Von IIl;:c'.;'3 arrny
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gering-hIov3 to th? hiclcrcrs -werp.
A JiCEOOL OF STUDV
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' We have Prof. Cassel's list of
school hooks, you need. Come and
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' for Florida
Washington,4 Oct. 3. The presi president
dent president hasi nominated Richard W. Wal
ker, of Huntsville, Ala., to be United
States circuit judge for the fifth cir-
Wc Till tench children h(
pare their lesions in aft
for each' day. Tern:.: rcu
Phone .305, or r; t
Roberts rnd Mr;;. R. L, Carter.
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the happlc.;t pcopli in C:
on account cf the "big l?y"
rived at their heme -last
.Mother and ;VI;y do In-
father slowly Improving ur.'l
cover with t.od trcatm ..:
man it?m in C,r tcr Co-.;; :v
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of Cftr ilUI, ,i v-U
Miss Minnie Gamsby Hvill give a
limited number of J pupils lessons In
singing.' Special attention to correct
voice production Garcia's method.
Apply S 14 Fort King ave. 9-30-t
Dr. W. II. Lanc Specialist, Eye,
Car, Noao and Throat. .Office Law
Library Building, Ocala.-r-Adv.
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THE OCALA EVENTXG ST A IX, SATUTIAYt OCTOHEIt 3t 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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General Election November 3, 1914
For United States Senator:
DUNCAN U. FLETCHER.
For Congressman, 2nd District:
For Commissioner of Agriculture:
W. A. 'McRAE.
For Justice of Supreme Court:
T. W. SHACKEEFORD.
W. 'M. ELLIS.
For State Senator, 20th District:
W. J. 'CROSBY.
W. T. HENDERSON.
For Tax Assessor:
For Tax Collector: ..
W. L. COLBERT.
Far County Treasurer:
JOHN ttl. GRAHAM.
For County Commissioners:
W. D. CARX.
J. T. HUTCHIXS.
N. A. FORT.
S. R. PYLES.
For "Members School Board:'
G. S. SCOTT.
B, R. BLITCH.
. J. S. GRANTHAM.
Powell of the Clearwater Sun
thinks Florida should have at San
Francisco either a million dollar ex exhibit
hibit exhibit or none. He isn't far from
TThe Associated Press dispatches in
yesterday's papers told of the ar arrival
rival arrival oflndian troops in France. The
Star and the other International
News Service papers told about it
the day before.
Hugh Sparkman of the Orlando
Sentinel offers to flght with pump pumpkin
kin pumpkin pies at short range, the meeting
pln.ee to be tEustis next Wednesday.
We would rather put it off till next
- summer and avenge the insult with
- A. Henry Savage Landor, the ex explorer,
plorer, explorer, is missing from the place in
Antwerp -where he had been stopping
Cot the last two weeks. It is feared
that Mr. Landor ventured beyond the
outer line of fortifications and -has
been unable to return to the city.
The Star would mildly suggest
that when the people are thru pray
ing for peace in Europe tomorrow, if
they have any time left they might
put In a few minutes for ;Mexico. We
are more likely to "become mixed up
In that muss than the bigger one.
dt is safe to believe that Senator
Bryan is not as much disappointed at
his failure to be appointed a federal
judge. as are some folks who honed
to fill his chair in the Senate. An
United States senator is bigger than
any other man than the president,
and it is tolerably certain that Mr.
Bryan can be re-elected if he desires
Two days ago, the
News service announced thru its
Florida papers that President Wilson
would not nominate Senator Bryan
to be federal judge for the fifth cir circuit,
cuit, circuit, but instead would nominate
Judge. Richard W. Walker of "Ala "Ala-tama.
tama. "Ala-tama. This very interesting item to
the people of Florida appeared in the
Jacksonville Metropolis yesterday,
twenty-four hours later, and in the
other Associated Press papers of "the
state todav, thirtv-six to forty-eight
.riira .hphind tlm International.
X lit? O t CVi iiWl- Utuvic ax O
armies and navies, nor in the ultra
military spirit, but at the same time
the events of the past few months
must convince all fbut the foolish that
our chronic state of unpreparedness
exposes America to great danger.
Belgium was inoffensive and peace peacefula
fula peacefula country where the arts of
nn were carried to their highest
?flleiency, and where the ordinary
zitizen could obtain the most com comfort
fort comfort at. the least expense. But Bei Bei-gXnin
gXnin Bei-gXnin was weak, and Belgium, in
spite of the guarantee of her power powerful
ful powerful neighbors, has been overrun, and
-nor dreadfully oppressed than any
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nation since the thiry years war. So
would Germany or Japan, or per perhaps
haps perhaps Great Britain, France or Rus Russia,
sia, Russia, do to us, if they had the power.
If we do not soon take measures to
secure a greater measure of efficiency
In national defense, our public men
will be guilty of a crime of omission
that the country will have to pay
WORKING FOR THE FAIR
A couple of members of the Star
staff went out and took a look at
the fiir grounds Friday afternoon.
The giounds are in very 'good
shape; there is a crop of ; weeds on
Meo), but. these can be removed in a
few days -work.' All the (buildings are
in good condition and need nothing
but brushing up and some whitewash.
The biggest job is pn the racetrack,
on which much sand has drifted.
When this is scraped off and a little
patching is done, it will 'be as good as
ever. f v
The irrigating plant is in opera operation,
tion, operation, and a quarter of an acre of var various
ious various plants shows the beneficial re result.
sult. result. This is going to ibe a fine ob object
ject object lesson to our farmers, and they
must all come to see it. Secretary
Williams is giving it his personal
supervision, and takes a just pride
Everybody who visits the fair will
compliment the street committee of
the city council on the great im improvement
provement improvement of Exposition street. This
thoroughfare was in bad shape last
year, and riding over it was uncom uncomfortable
fortable uncomfortable and even dangerous. It Is in
very goodcondition now, tooth in
roadway and sidewalks.' The coun council
cil council had hoped to improve another
street, so that vehicles could go out
to the fair on one street and return
on the other, but 'has not been able
to make the riffle. .This will be done
by next year.
Secretary Williams will start men
to work on the fair grounds iMonday
morning, and there Is no doubt that
every thing will be in applepie order
by the time the fair opens.
A prominent citizen of Sumter
county, who was in Ocala a few days
ago, told the Star that practically no
preparation had been made in his
countv for the fair. The Star hoDesiis
the good people of Sumter -will get
b.isy at once and repair the omission.
They did so well in a very short time
last year .that the Star hopes to see
them take more time and do even
better this year. If they go to work
at once, they will have more time
than they had to get ready for the state, instead of a lessee, an advan advan-last
last advan-last fair. Itage in freight haul and opportunity
As will be seen tby the report of
his snpfh -elsewhera fuinoritvl
Leader Mann is obsessed by the idea
that America is destined to fight
Asia. (His state of mind is brought
about by the .attempts of the admin
istration and democratic majority to
get our Philippine white elephant off
our hands. The republican party at-
tached this incubus to America, and
(Mr. IMann Is naturally in gloom at
the idea of letting it go. If there is
anything in the world that is liablo
to involve us in trouble -with Asia, it
is the Philippines, and the move to
jive the people of the islands inde-
pendence is a wise one. At the samel
time, they are not yet abl a to walk
alone, and it is in harmony with the
policy of our country to help them
prepare to take their stand among
the nations. It might be more sei-
flshly wise to get out at once, out
America does not do things that way.
The Star does not think it likely any
I nation, Asiatic or European, will
climb our collar at present; perhaps
tv imo siirh a iianr arises, we
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will be able to withdraw consistently
As a general thing, presidential
.iamsHmiR oniiin.cr fnr Thankssiv-
ine and other Teligious occasions, are
written by clerks in the state depart-
ment, and are very much machinal
m-iriA and Tprfiinctorv. President
Wilson's proclamation, calling on the
people to observe tomorrow as a day
of -prayer, is evidently written by
himself. It is a classic of its kind,
and even an agnostic must admire it.
Without particularly hoping for any
results, the Star can heartily join in
the vfish thatpeace may come to oir
mistaken ajid suffering friends across
YA NTS TO PROMOTE
' SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK
The superintendent of the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian Sunday school has issued the
following invitation to a large num number
ber number of citizens, "and it Is also extend extended
ed extended to anyone who takes an interest
in Sunday school work and desires
to see it grow;
Rally Ray, Sunday, October 'Athi
Come and help us rally for the
cause of Christ and the extension of
the Sunday schools so the 3,000,000
children of our Southland who now
have no way to learn of the. Savior
can be taught the way of life. Come,
ifyou now belong to the Sunday
school. Come, if you .are not a
member of the Sunday school. Come,
if you are old. Come, If you are
young. Come, if you never have been
before. Come, if you never "expect
to attend again. Come, and, bring
some one with you. Come.
FOR THE GOOD OF THE ORDER
.The next regular meeting, Dion day
night, Oct. ;'"-5 of Ocala (Lodge No.
19, K. of iP., will he devoted to talks
on "good of the order" and a gen general
eral general i ''experience" meeting and
smoker. All members urged to be
present, especially those Initiated
during this year. Convention called
to order at 7:30 p. m. ;
If you are a member of this solid
and growing lodge, don't fall to -be
STATE ROAD 3L1Y
BUILD TO THE SEA
The following from the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union will be of special interest to
those -who believe in government
ownership of railroads:
The state of Georgia is contem contemplating,
plating, contemplating, it is said, taking over its
state railroad, the Western 'and At Atlantic,
lantic, Atlantic, and extending it to the coast,
with the probability that St. Iarys,
just across from 'Fernandiua,' will be
the terminus of the road.
, The dease on the Western and At Atlantic,
lantic, Atlantic, operated toy the Nashville,
Chattanooga and St. Louis, has 'but a
few years now to run, anM the state
is said to fbe 'having trouble with sev several
eral several roads which, 7 says the state,
seem determined to dictate the terms
of the next lease. This attempt rat
dictation has riled the state of Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, and threats to build to the sea
and control freight from the west,
through Chattanooga, across the en entire
tire entire state to the port at Brunswick,
Savannah, or St. Olarys, Is being put
out -by the state.
Savannah and (Brunswick, say the
parties interested in the proposed ex extension
tension extension of the state railroad, so far
as their water fronts are concerned,
are controlled by other railroads, but
at St. Marys there is free 'harbor, and
a better harbor than offered by eith
er of the other places.
In addition to these advantages, it
pointed out, that by a short line
from St. IMarys to Jacksonville, the
extended state railroad would te in
direct touch with the (water freight
transportation companies making the
port, and with the railroads leading
down Into Florida, giving the West-
era and Atlantic, as operated by the
to regulate rates la Georgia, and to
reguiaie interstate smpments, nat
wouiu De or incaicuiaDie 'Denent to
the state and its shippers aud;mer'
If the road should be huili:, the
state railroad would be in a position
to dominate absolutely' freight Tates
to every point in the state of Geo-gia,
through the charges fixed for its own
line, for the other roads would be
forced to meet these rates or see
freight go to the state railroad.
lAavocates of the plan say that the
state could build the road in three
years oy using xne conyict labor,
which the state is hiring out for the
wagon roaa .ouiming of the state, and
as these convicts have to he clothed,
fd and guarded just the same when
at -work as when at rest, the taxpay-
ers would not have an extra penny to
pay for the huilding of the road.
The Western and Atlantic extends
from Chattanooga to Atlanta, and
there 'would be approximately 300
miles to be built to reach the sea at
ly yi me Voluls
. proposea to faring tne matter
raetri next suiuuier, auu 11 action can
rbe had promptly, the road can be
puilt and ready for operation by the
time the lease expires.
WHO IS HE?
We had a meeting in Oxford last
Sunday. A young man from Pan-
asoffkee, and one from Ocala, (we
guess they met). It seems that they
are somewhat Interested m- our
school teachers. Oxford item inf the
Sumter 'County Times.
K. of P. meet Monday evening
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Whereas,".' Great nations of the
world -have '.taken uji. arms 'against
one another and war now draws mil millions
lions millions of men into battle: whom, the
counsels of statesmen have hot been
able to save from the terrible sacri sacrifice:
fice: sacrifice: and
Whereas, In this, as in all things,
it is our privilege and duty to seek
counsel and succor of Almighty God,
humbling ourselves before Him, con con-fessing
fessing con-fessing our weakness and our lack
of any .wisdom equal to these things;
-Whereas, It is the especial wish
and longing of the people of the
United States, in prayer, and counsel
and all -friendliness, to serve the
cause of fpeace;
Therefore, I, Woodrow Wilson,
president of the United Slates of
America, do, designate Sunday, the
4th day of October next,, a day
prayer and supplication, and do re
quest all God-fearing ipersons to re
pair on that; day to their places of
worsbip, there to unite their petitions
to Almighty God, that Jferruling the
counsel of men, setting straight the
tbings 'they cannot govern or alte
taking pltyon the nations .now in the
tnroes of conflict, in His mercy and
goodness showing a way w;here men
can see none. ;He vouchsafe 'His cbild-
ren 'healing peace again and, restore
once more that concord among men
and nations without which there can
be neither happiness nor true friend friendship
ship friendship nor any wholesome -fruit of toil
and thought in N the 'world; prayln
also to this end that -He forgive us
our sins, our ignorance of His holy
will, bur wilfulness and many errors
and lead Us in the paths of obedience
to places of vision and' to thoughts
and counsels that purge and make
dn (witness whereof I have hereun hereun-to
to hereun-to set my hand and caused the seal
of the 'United States to Ibe affixed.
Done at the City of Washington
this eighth day of September in the
year of our Lord one thousand nine
hundred and fourteen and of the in independence
dependence independence of the United States of
America -the one hundred and thirty thirty-ninth.
ninth. thirty-ninth. Woodrow Wilson.
By the President:
Wlliam Jennings Brjran,
Secretary of State.
mention two things about
They represent no treatment of the
subject; indeed they have no definite
connection one with the other, ex except
cept except that they iboth He in a frequent
ly neglected area.
1. God moves thru intermediary
agencies. When CHe -wished to have
the new continent America known,
He did not simply declare to the
world or to some chosen person that
yonder iwas a waiting land. He pre
sented the 'lure of a nearer India to a
man and led him across the sea.
and when die wished the new country
settled, He did not create a fresh
race over here; nor did, he appear in
a vision to oher races commanding
them to mdve :westward. Slowly, and
In a dozen ways, thru a dozen agenc agencies,
ies, agencies, 'He accomplished His end. When
He decides to move a ; house He
doesn't pick it up in great fingers and
set It down again In the new place.
He serrds awindor a swollen stream,
or a changed intention of residence.
Thus with prayer. God uses pray-
er just as any oiner ageucy, ,iu
some late life twhen we see different-
y, prayer will appear as t substantial
and matter-of-fact i the world agen
cies as winds and streams and tools
2. God answers prayer through
those who pray. ., There are other
ways, perhaps, hut this way He ni-es
much. And it is possible that (He uses
no other. It is a" commonplace, of
course, that when we pray earnestly
for a thing we give ourselves to Its
accomplishment. Thus Is prayer
answered frequently. And if we give
ourselves, heart; soul and all, along
the line of our, praying, it is difficult
to set a limit on our power. That is
true even when the prayer Is for an
indifferent or an unworthy end. But
when a good soul becomes married to
a good prayer, rwe may say categori
cally that the prayer will he answer
ed. Time may he required for entire
ruiniiment, fbut the eternal foun
dations will have been laid. (Rea
spiritual labor cannot be lost.
But there is more here. We have
sometimes- thought that perhaps af after
ter after all the only good in prayer is the
reflex influence, the spiritual upli
that we ourselves get. That may be
altogether true; but if it is we shal
some day be able to couple with i
the realization that a soul, white-ho
with God and tremulous with pas
sionate aesire, can reach and influ
ence the ends of the each. That may
be called the operation of the sub
jective self, or anything else tha
ahyhody pleases. It Is some sort o
self.' But "it? is self plus God.
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GREAT CONTRAST 15 K T W K K X
MACK AND STA LLI NG S, 3IAX 3IAX-AGEI1S
AGEI1S 3IAX-AGEI1S OF THE RIVAL
(Daily Sport Letter, I. N. S.)
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What a strange contrast is furn furnished
ished furnished by a comparison of Connie
-Mack and George Stallings, the two
men who will lead the rival teams
intp the tattle for the highest honors
in baseball. How-different are their
temperaments, their ways and their
Connie- lack, gentle, soft-voiced
and iatherJr in his attitude "toward
his players, never .has been known to
speak an unkind word to them on or
off the ball field. Stallings. a human
dynamo,, with as tongue like' a flash,
rarely permits hi men to go thru a
game without cussing them to the
full limit "of his wonderful "vocabu "vocabu-lary,
lary, "vocabu-lary, .
Stallings has the theory that only
by driving his players every moment
during the game, are results accomp accomplished.
lished. accomplished. From the moment that "play.
Stalling3. They know that his con
duct toward them on the ball field is
.'caused only thru his frenzied ambi
it;on to win. Mney nave come to
take his rebukes without experienc
ing any bitterness of feeling there
Stallings is a driver even a hard
er driver than IMcGraw, who held the
driving honors until this year. Stal
lings is after his men every minute
nothing escapes his eye. If one o;
his men makes a "bone' play Stal
lings meets him as he approaches the
bench and that player is certain to
get his without delay.
But Stallings Is just as ready with
his praise for a good play a3 he Is
-with abuse for a bad one. If one of
his men makes a brilliant catch or
throw or smashes out a long hit that
aids the Brave's chances for victory,
Stallings rushes out from the hench
to meet him as he comes in and wel
comes him with all the enthusiasm
in his system
iMack, in contrast, is at all times
the most inconspicuous man on the
Athletic hench." He is ever calm and
auiet. No matter how great a
blunder his players may have made,
no "matter how poorly they play,
Oiack never has a word of condemna
tion.. And when one or another of
his men make some brilliant play,
Slack's felings never fun riot. He
may greet the player with a smile, a
pat .on, the. iback or a ".'Fine work.
boy," but that usually is the extent of
ball" ring3 across the field until the
last man is tfut in the ninth, Stallings j njs greeting. iXo Athletic -players
continues to apply the lash.. When are evr greeted with a few :bear
hugs, a dozen terrific slaps on the
'back and a lengthy speech of. praise
as are the Braves when -they doeome
lUif .' If
Xext to Burnett's
Oi Fort Kin; Avenue
on the field, every error that one of
his players makes that is of an inex inexcusable
cusable inexcusable nature brings, forth a "caustic
and Immediate reprimand from the
great leader of the Boston team.
Stallings applies his verbal abuse
to stars and mediocre players alike.
He.spares none. And the strangest
part of it aP, Stallings abuse of his
players never has. caused them to
feel toward him, for when the game
Is overVSt&iling's changes front.' He
is the pal, the brother of each of, hi?
players. ." '
Stallings, never rebukes a 'player
twice for the same error. He doesn't
dig into the past doesn't bring up
old scores. When he has panned a
player once for some blunder it's the
end :of t) Stallings has spoken' his
piece has relieved his feelings and
the incident is closed, ;
lE very man on the Boston team (has
lack ; was bprn in Brookfield,
Iass.V in 18G2. .He began his baseball
career wit hthe Meridian, .Conn;,' club
1884. He played with Hartford,
Conn., in M8S3 and 1886, with
Washington In 1887, 1888 andi8S9
and with Buffalo In 1890.": From
1'8 91 to, 1896 he ; played with the
Pittsburg team, managing that club
from August, 1894, to 1896. 'From
pl897 tol900 he managed, the (Mil
waukee club in the Western 1eague.
In 1901' he went to Philadelphia and
organized 'm the Athletics. Me has
Ibeen there since. (He owns half of
the stock in the club.
i IMack, won tne American (League
championship in 1902, 1905, 1910,
9.1 1 ,. 1 9 1 3 and 10 1 4 He has won
come to 'love Stallings. And not one S -the worlds series in 1910, 1911 and
; man oh the whole team has escaped
a .tongue-lashing frcm 'Stallings
not one has. escaped a call-down,
: couched in scorching language.
1913. ' ;
Stallings was born in Haddock,
Ga., in 1869. He never made' any
great record as a player, but as a
The Boston plaj'ers understand manager he has a wonderful record.
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.Boston 4, New York 11.
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He has won the, pennants in 1S91
and 1892 for the Santoso Rey,f Cal.,
team. Then he went to Augusta,
Ga., and -won 'a pennant for theiii
in 1893, going to Nashville in ISO 3
and 'winning the pennant there. In
1904 and 1906 he won'pennants for
Buffalo, X. Y., clubs. Six times from
il891 to J1906 'he won pennants, and
in other six years his club finished
second, certainly a good showing.
Stallings.--managed the iNew York
Yankees in 1911 and (brought them
from the bottom well into the first
division. But he was deposedand
the club nas never amounted to
ans'thing since. Stallings took hold
of the (Braves in 1913. They looked
like a -hopeless lot. of tall-end prepo preposition.
sition. preposition. He -landed them in fifth
place despite fact that' hewas away
from them for quite a time owing to
What he has done .with fthe -1911
Braves, is history. '
Braves -X'ot Far Behind Athletics in
t Stealing Bases
iNew York, Oct. 3. The impres
sion that exists that the Athletics
far overshadow the fBraves: in base
running Is erroneous.
The Athletics have the edge -hut
the-edge is small.
Fan dam took a squint at the num
ber' of stolen cases credited to
Eddie Collins of the Athletics and at
once concluded that all the other
Athletics were likewise. They arn't
nor anywhere near it. Collins, as .a
base runner, is a marvel, .but none of
his teammates are anywhere near his
class. ,The other Athletics are just
ordinary '.base runners.
Collins, with a record of 60 stolen
bases up to (Monday, has a lead of 16
overMohhny Evers, the best 'base
stealer of the 'Braves. And it is that
edge of 16 Masses that gives the Ath
letics their main 'base-running advantage.
The Athletics up to Monday, have
averaged 2.17 stolen .bases per game.
TheMBraves average is. 1.8,, 'Should
the world 'series run six games and
both teams keep up their base steal
ing. averages during the series, ; the
Tesult would ibe that the Athletics
will steal approximately 13 bases and
the jBraves. 11. Is" there such a won wonderful.
derful. wonderful. edge on that? .-
' Theres more "tharian even chance
that the two teams will not maintain
their base stealing 'average during
the world series not wiih Gowdy
and tSchang In. 'perfect form. Both
rank as the 'best young catchers in
their, respective leagues. Of the two
Schang is the ibetter all round catch catcher,,
er,, catcher,, but he 'hasn't any real advantage
oyer Gowdy 4n throwing. i
J -The .Boston youngster, regarded
as a mere novice at the beginning of
the season," has come to the front
with a rush. 'His catching ha3 teen
bne of .the great, factors 'in the' spurt j
of ;tne iBravesthat gave Bostonians
the pennant; .
4.. sGowdy is a fine general. He s
heady and cool, and has almost, un uncanny
canny uncanny judgment as to what 'balls to
sign for. Time and again during the
dash of the Braves, when the.opposi the.opposi-t'lqn
t'lqn the.opposi-t'lqn had the Braves 'pitchers in a bad
hole, Gowdy. would -signal for ascer ascertain
tain ascertain ball and the pitcher would shake
his head.V Again Gowdy signalled,
and finally,; and with reluctance; the
pitcher delivered the 'ball that Gowdy
called "for.' 'Invariably the ball was
a fooler. The great trio of Boston
pitchers has. come to the. point now
where it relies implicitly in Gowdys
judgment and the success of the
Braves speaks volumes for Gowdy.
Schang, in addition to being, a
great backstop, is a dangerous play player
er player at the bat. His drives, invariably,
are long ones, and when he connects
with a iball it usually goes to the ex extreme
treme extreme edge of the field. Like Gowdy,
he is a fine general, and has been a
great help to Connie Slack's young
In this battle to come, the Athlet Athletics
ics Athletics have the edge in the catching de department,
partment, department, 'but it is slight,' and main mainly
ly mainly thru Schang's -superiority asa hit hitter.
ter. hitter. -l- ; V
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duty to tell others what Chamber Chamberlain's
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They -have helped my digestion and
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"Put on therefore, as Go3's elect, -holy l-elovtcl, n iu.irt
of conapassion, kindness, lowlinefs, meekness, lon-sufferin-?, for forbearing
bearing forbearing one another, and forgiving each other." Collofsian?," 3:12 3:12-'13.
'13. 3:12-'13. J
orricciis or Ti:n cnritcn
Deacons J. I. EJ wards, Chairman; T. D. Cam, Treasurer;
. VvVT. Gary, ClerlcMsaac Stever, M. T. W. Christian,
W. S. Bullock. L. F. Ballard. J. A!; in, S. II. Christian,
W. 1C. !ari?h.and Frank Gates.
HYMN -NO. 11C, "Wcrthy the Lamb."
SCIHPTUBE LMicah 4:1-S, 6:18-20.
FHAYER FOTt PEACE.
VOCAL SOLO aiiss Porter.
ANNOUNCEMENTS AND OFFERING,
HYMN NO. 502, "How Firm a Foundation."
SERMON "The -Things Which Make for Fence." Jloia.
HYMN CCO. 317, "Lead Kindly Light,"
OPENING HYMN NO. 263, "Jesus Calls Us."
ISONG NO. 109, "Rescue the Perishing."
PRAYER. . .. ..
SONG NO. 204 "Where' is My Boy Tonight?"
SCRIPTURE Luke ,15-11-24.
SONG INO. 201, "Why Not Say Yes?"
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BE RIM ON -The Prodigal Son. 1
INVITATION NO. 220, "Calling the Prodigal."
CLOSING HYMN NO. 206, "Now the Day U Over."
To all who have .been away on vacation,
To the stranger within our gates,
To those who have faithfully worked all summer,
To sinners who needGod's grace,
To saints who delight to "worship Him,
"Whosoever Will Let Him Come."
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I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
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Thought for the Day
Before us stretches the dim un unknown.
known. unknown. We walk in a tangled path of
shade and sunshine and there is only
One to unfold our. future life. Let
ms not dream away our chances as
we move amid3t Its maze but bring
to light the hidden powers which
God has given into our keeping,
iMr. Sam Igou left this morning
for a week-end visit to his sister,
IMrs. iMcCormick and family at Lees Lees-burg.
burg. Lees-burg. 1 :
tNIrs. George MacKay and familv
Cnishel moving yesterday from their
summer home at North JLake Weir,
and are in full readiness for the
opening of school Monday.
diss Diary Connor went down to
the lake yesterday evening, to pay
her homefolks a brief vfsit. It was
her first opportunity to go home
since returning from her northern
trip. Immediately on reaching Ocala
last Tuesday, Qliss Connor had to
make the final preparations for open
ing her school of music. In which a
large number of pupils greeted her
Thursday -morning. dhie Ocala
School of Music grows In popularity
. every year. -:
CSIiss Frances Rowley arrived from
fian 3Iateo yesterday, and she and
Mis3 Mary.- Gates rwill open their kin
dergarten school next 'Monday. This
Is a good little school, and grows in
numbers and efficiency with each suc succeeding
ceeding succeeding term.
tMrs. OEtta Hood Robinson' ha3 re returned
turned returned fiom a several weeks visit
with frienda and relatives in Jack
Mrs. C. V. Roberts and (Mrs. R. L.
barter, who so successfully conducted
a summer school during the past
season,' will establish an afternoon
study class to ;be held at the home
of the former,, beginning, Monday.
Ziyhe motive is to give assistance to
sny jpupil who wishes help in the
preparation of lessons, and to teach
them how to study. This is a splen splendid
did splendid move on the part of these ladies,
as in many homes the mother has not
the time to devote to the children in
a manner to do them justice.
Miss lEugenia Fuller was the host hostess
ess hostess yesterday afternoon at the reor reorganized
ganized reorganized meeting of the Young Ladies
Xullo Club. Three tables of players
met at 3 o'clock and spent the after afternoon
noon afternoon enjoying this most fascinating
game. The members present for the
first meeting: were Misses Mary Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, Minnie Stovall, Fanny Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, Annie Davis, Clara Johnson,
Hope Rohinson, Adele Bittinger, Bet Bet-tie
tie Bet-tie Mclver and Mrs. C. .B. 'Ayer. The
guests -were Misse3 (Ellen Clarkson
and Janet Weathers. The club prize
was won by Miss Mary Bur ford and
was a pretty little (brown sewing (bag,
the work of the hostess' dainty
fingers, and the visitors, prize, a
needle case, was captured by Miss
Weathers, Miss Fuller served her
guests at the conclusion of the games
with sandwiches and lemonade. She
was assisted by her (sister, Mis3 An Annie
nie Annie Benton (Fuller. This club will
meet each Friday afternoon through
the winter, and is one of the very
jplllest of all the many clubsin our
city. The afternoon with Miss Fuller
was Indeed a delightful one and the
reunion after a long summer's vaca vacation
tion vacation was thoroughly enjoyable.
Bliss Erin Yonge, who has organ organized
ized organized a fashionable dancing, class in
the city, entertained a number of the
young people last evening after tjfe
regular lesson hour at Yonge's hail.
Miss Yonge is a most attractive
dancer and has quite a nice class
which she 13 instructing in all the
latest and most up-to-date steps.
Rev. and Qlrs. J, G. Glass and
daughters and Mrs. Ella Glass re returned
turned returned yesterday afternoon from a
delightful summer spent in Sawanee,
Tenn., their former. 'home.
iMr. 'Fred W. Brooks of Cambridge,
Y., arrived yesterday and was In
the city a few hours en route to hU
home at Lake Weir. Mr. Brooks has
been a regular visitor to1 the lake for
several years and 13 coming a little
early this season to look' Into the in interest
terest interest of his orange industry, dnd to
make all preparations for the arrival
of his daughter, Miss F!ore-v.:e
Lrooks and" son, Mr. Edgar Brooks,
who expect to come down within the
next few weeks.
Misse3 Meftdenhall and Collie
Clark are making all preparations to today
day today out in .North Ocala for the open opening
ing opening of their school next Monday. The
first session of the school will .be held
in a private residence that has been
secured by the' hoard until the
school house which Is under con construction
struction construction is completed.
Miss Stella Cleveland returnel
yesterday afternoon from a week's
visit to Mrsl'George Davis and fam family
ily family at Dunnellon.
Oliss Carrie. Barco, a charming
young lady, residing near OcalaVvwho
has been spending several days at
Croom as the guest of her aunt, Mrs.
L. C. Bell, came in Saturday morn morning
ing morning for a short visit to her cousin,
Miss Margaret Bell. Miss JBarco re returned
turned returned to her home Monday inorn-
Mr. and Mr. E. M. Howard wiil
leave tomorrow for Auburndale, their
old home, Mr. 'Howard going down to
inspect his magnificent grove. They
will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs.E.
M, Maynard during their. stay. Mr.
Howard will return about the middle
of the week, but Mrs. Howard will
remain for an indefinite visit with
.sSl?. Wallace Stovall arrived thl
afternoon froni Tampa to spend sev
epai days as the &uest of his mother.
Mrs. Mamie 'Hbwse Stovall, and sis:
ter, .liss JMinhie Stovall, at th(
home on Oklawaha avenue.
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- Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Camp arid fam
ily returned this afternoon from a
summer outing spent in Europe and
Asheville, X. C.
Mrs. W. H. Henry and little daugh daughters
ters daughters were in the city yesterday, the
guests of Mrs., Henry's sister, Mrs.
Garrett and family. "
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WE fiLSO PRICE OUR READY-TO-WEAR GAR GARMENTS
MENTS GARMENTS RIGHT. TOO. WE'DO NOT.. MARK THEM UP
TO MARK THEM DOWN. BUT MARK THEM DOWN DOWNRIGHT
RIGHT DOWNRIGHT LOW IN THE BEGINNING SO THEY WILL
SELL FAST AND MAKE CUSTOMERS FOR US.
SEE OUR SUITS AND YOU WILL BUY THEM.
WEAR THEM AND YOU WILL LIKE THEM AND
SEND YOUR FRIENDS TO US.
DONT FAIL TO CALL AT ONCE AND INSPECT
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL AND UP-TO-DATE LINE OF
LADIES AND MISSES COAT SUITS.; CLOAKS.
SKIRTS AND WAISTS IN ALL THE NEW STYLES.
WEAUES AND COLORS. THESE GOODS WERE
BOUGHT RIGHT. THE STYLES ARE RIGHT. AND
THE PRICES AREAS LOW AS POSSIBLE.
ALSO GREAT UARIETY CHILDREN'S CLOAKS.
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Misses Tommy Abernathyr. of Pu Pulaski,
laski, Pulaski, Tenn., and Katharine Scott of
Columbia, Tenn., former teachera in
the Ocala high school, arrived yester yesterday
day yesterday from their respect! ve.hom.es and
are again to make their home for tjie
winter with Mr. and Mrs. w: IH. Het-
rick on' Fort .King avenue These
1 j young ladles 'will retain their former
! positions and grades in the Ocala
hjigh school, much to the pleasure of
their pupils, with whom they are
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' Mrs.. James Spencer and iaughter,
cousins of Miss By rd Wartmann, are
expected to arrive soon ; f rom ;their
home in Farmville, Va!, to spend the
winter., J Mrs. Spencer vwill take
charge of Miss Wartmanns house
and will have with her for the sea season,
son, season, Misses Edith and Eula Griffin of
Sneads, ,Fla., and Mrs: McLane of
Panasoffkee, together with Miss
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Miss Ethel Robinson of'Belleriew
and Miss Evans, .; teachers in the
Ocala high school, will be located for
the winter with Mrs.' Roberts at the
Ocala dormitory'-'--''' "-
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Miss Kathleen Jackson will enter-
tain at an. informal little dance at her
home ; this evenings .' ':m
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Mrs. W. V. -Xewsom, Jr:,f arrived
home this afternoon .from 'a months
visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
K. t Taylor in Jacksonville. Mrs.
Xewsomv spent ome. time at. Pablo
during her absence and has" had a
most delightful visit.
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meet with Mrs. A. T. Thomas Monday
afternoon 3 o'clock.
Miss Mary C. Marshall r will return
Tuesdhy from her 'vacation spent
with home folks at Wheeling, W.
Va., and Washington.
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Mrs. B. A. Weathers -was called
this afternoon to the bedside of her
mother, Mrs. "SI el Ferguson,- who ha3
been; desperately, ill at her home at
Oldtown. Mrs. Ferguson Is one of
our' oldest residents and the news of
her illness will cause universal re
gret. among a large circle of friends.
Mrs. Ferguson has a large number of
grandchildren, among whom are
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, Mrs. I; V. Stev Stevens
ens Stevens of Lakeland, Mrs. George Ford of
Jacksonville and Miss Annie Atkin
St. Margaret's Guild will meet at
the rectory Monday afternoon at 4
o'clock. All members are urgently
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THE NEWEST THINGS IN
loaels and Scylec.
even Better values than lace.
ijarltdn Plaids are
See bur Fine ;-;Asb
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Citizens of Ocala
youiwant th-reeorca 61 y
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OIlclUti &LcllIUsUi I
SO: let us liave immediat
See us at once.
JOHN L. EDWARDS,
GEO. MacK AY,
J. E. CHACE,
J. D. ROONEY,
A C. COBB, :
R. S. ROGERS,
Board of Governors Man on County isoardoi i;:aa,
requested to be present.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1914
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JF YOUR WATCH DOES NOT KEEP ACCURATE TIME
BRING IT TO US. WE WILL EXAMINE IT CAREFULLY AND
TELL YOU WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE, HOW LONG IT WILL
TAKE f AND WHAT IT WILL COST YOU. IF IT NEEDS ONLY
REGULATING WE WILL TELL YOU SO AND DO THAT FOR YOU.
WHEN WE REPAIR YOUR JEWELRY IT WILL BE DONE
RIGHT AND THE CHARGE WILL BE FAIR.
OUvf JEWELRY WILL STAND THE SCRUTINIZING TEST
OF EXPERTS. :? -,
A. E. BURNETT fttZ
Just Received a Solid Carload of
The Best, Most Durable, Cheapest
Artificial Builders' Board manufactur manufactured
ed manufactured for interior finishing.
For samples, prices, etc., call or write
jjj 6 1 tlLS, JaI 9
Contractor and Builder.
Distributor of Badger Board for the.
State of Florida, ff
; fie 'iomeraffll'. Bmt
CC ALA, FLORIDA.
Slalc, County and City Depository.
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Maribii County Abstract Company
g ESTABLISHED 1882.
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
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. First consideration and especial attention given to small tracts.
THE STEPPING &
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WORM) SERIES GA3IES REPORT REPORTED
ED REPORTED AT TE3IPJLE NEXT WEEK
Several of our public spirited citi citizens
zens citizens have chipped in and made up a
fund to take full reports of the
World's iSeries .baseball games, which
will ;begin in Philadelphia next Fri Friday.
day. Friday. : '.
The games will tbe1 reported in full
by innings, and all the plays -will be
displayed on the screen at the Tem Temple
ple Temple as fast as taken off the wires,
which iwill "be a few minutes after
they are made.
. A small admission fee will te
charged and all the money made over
expenses will he given to the Ocala
The Star and Banner will help the
plan by not 'bulletining the results as
they usually do.
OCAKVS SCUOOIj OPEXIXGS
happy couple left on. the 'Atlantic
Coast Une train for their future
home in Ocala.--Brooksville Argus,
3Ir. IBurke is one of our' steady
nd hard-working mechanics. His
friends join in good "wishes for him
and his wife.
AT THE CHURCHES 'TOMORROW
The Ocala graded and high school
wUl open iMonday morning at 8 : 45.
The following faculty has been chos chosen:
en: chosen: W. H. Cassels, principal; Miss
Tommy Abernathy, assistant princi principal,
pal, principal, .Iatin and French; ,Miss Cathfer Cathfer-yn
yn Cathfer-yn Bcott, lEriglish and history; Bliss
Carrie Dean, mathematics and
science; (Miss Mildred Groman, ihome
economics and -dra-wing; Miss -Elizabeth
Mizelle, eighth grade; Miss
Bessie iMcKissack, seventh grade;
Misses Mabel Beck and Minnie lee
Carlisle, sixth grade; )Mrs. Rex Todd
and Miss Ethel Robinson, -fifth grade;-
(Mrs. IH. S. Wesson and Miss Eugenia
Fuller, fourth grade, and Mi33' Mary
Lee Hill expression. 1
We regret that We haven't a large
assembly hall in which to hold the
opening eexrcises and to tw-hich we
might invite patrons and friends. 'but
those who care to come Monday
morning have a cordial invitation to
be present. -
The .building and grounds being
new to the pupils and, teachers and
all the sdhool being assembled on the
same small grounds; considerable
confusion .may be expected on the
opening, morning, (hut everything
possible will "be done to reduce the
confusion to the minimum. Consid
erable assistance may foe rendered by
the ipupils who read this if they will
take the place d?si?nated-when the
signal for faHingin line 'isrsounded;
Pupils of fourth ani fifth grades willJ
fall in line opposite the main en entrance
trance entrance on the south qide; the girls of
the sixth, seventh and eighth oppo opposite
site opposite -west entrance; boys of the sixth,
seventh and eighth and girls of high
school opposite northwest entrance;
boys of the high school opposite
northeast entrance. Pupils promoted
to a certain grade, or left in that
grade, or applying for entrance to
that grade by ertificate or entrance
examination will fall in. line with
that grade. r ;
;M on-day morning will be spent in
classifying and enrolling pupils and
in asigning lists of text ,'hooks and
materials. Pupils are advised not, to
get their books unless they are cer
tain of their grades. Pupils who
know their grades should be ; guided
by IMr. JMurray as to the books they
will need if purchased ibefore the
opening. .No materials, such a3 tab
lets, pens, etc., should betpurchased
'before receiving: 1 ; instructions from
teachers. ; '- ;r -'
Enrollment examinations will be
given Monday and Tuesday after
noons ': ; ')' ::;';
It is desired that every puil who
can possibly do so, shall enter 'Mon
day morning. The first -days are im
portant. If any one should know
of children who'may remain out of
school because their parents are too
poor to provide books and materials
for them, please notify such to come
to school anyway and some means
of provision 'will be found. Those
having second-hand text books which
they are willing to give to indigent
children, will please give lists of
same to principal.
The school building will be open
Sunday afternoon from 2:30 to H
for the inspection of those who
would like to see it and who may not"
have opportunity to do so at other
The new building is one, of which
the city and county may justly feel
proud. In architectural beauty, in
convenience and in completeness of
appointments, it Is the best the prin principal
cipal principal has seen in the state. As soon
the electrical fixtures are' in, and the
domestic science equipment is place place-ed,
ed, place-ed, we will have appropriate dedica dedicatory
tory dedicatory exercises.
W. !H. Cassels, Principal.
Rev. j". M. Gross, D. D.t Pastor.
0:30 a. m.-r-Sunday school.
3 p.m.- Junior League.
4 p. m. Senior League.
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
The services morning and evening
will be along the line of peaceVfor the
All cordially invited. Strangers
' ast liroaaway Church
Roy B. (Bowers, Pastor.
10 a. m. Sunday school.
. iMen's class at the armory.
Special peace day services in the
morning with a musical program and
short addresses 'by several of the
leading business men. ;
At the evening service the subject
of the sermon will be "The 'Divinity,
(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
iRallMDay. in the Sunday school
and every member of the church and
congregation invited and urged to bo
.11 a. m. Communion service.
3 p. m. Junior Mission Society.
7; 30 p. m. Sermon.
Subject, "Ideas of righteousness."
; A cordial invitation : extended to
the public and all strangers in the
city. ; ; 1 :; v-; ; -: ; ; :; ; :r:
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HAS ADVISED EVERYOXE 1I0CAX
to plant and produce something.. If you wish to take' his
and go right to work, we have 3000: acres of h igh-grade
and fenced LRION COUNTY ;
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(Rev. Banyan Stephens, Pastor)
9 :30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m.Preaching by the pas pastor.
tor. pastor. t
Solo, "Let Us Have Peace" (Graff)
- Miss Marguerite Porter.
6:30 pi m. B. Y. P. U.
7:30 p. m. Sermon. Closing of
the evangelistic meetings for the
Grace Eiis copal
Rev.' J as. G. Glass, Rector
" The 'regular services a Grace
(Episcopal church will -be resumed : on
7:30 a. m. -Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Litany, with special
prayer for the jp'eace of the world, in
reverent response to the summons of
the president of the tlnited States,
and a second celebration of the holy
7:30 p. m. Evening prayer.
IX THE FAMOUS Anthony and Sugar Hammock: Trucking section
lately the property of the Anthony Farms 'Companj. This land is
suitable for early vegetables of all kinds, (but particularly suitable
for peanuts, corn, oats, cantaloupes andv watermelons. SEE
OR WRITE US at once and make an early selection.
A real popular Fall
We have just received
eleven new shades In
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These goods are known
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25 cent value.
We offer them for
THE PRDIARY SCHOOLS
Mr. J. 3. Burke of Ocala and Miss
Mattle Mae Meisler of the Spring
-Lake section, were happily married
Sunday afternoon at3:30 o'clock at
the Methodist parsonage in this city,
Rev. 31. O. Williams officiating. Im Immediately
mediately Immediately afte'r the ceremony, the
The Ocala primary schools, con consisting
sisting consisting of the beginners' departments,
first, second and third grades, will
open on Monday morning, October 5.
All primary children of school age,
six years and over, living north of
the Seaboard Air Line railroad and
north of the Atlantic Coast Line rail
road, 'Dunnellon division, from a
point where it connects with the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard Air Line main line, westof
the Seaboard Air Line freight depot,
should go v to the North Ocala pri primary
mary primary school. v
All primary children of; school age,
six, years and over, living south of
Seaboard. Air Line railroad and soutbj
of the" Atlantic Coast Line railroad,
Dunnellon division, from a' point
where it connects with the Seaboard
Air Line main line, west of the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard Air, Line freight depot, shoald
go to the new high 'school building
0 n South Eigh th s treet.
v -: IBoard of Trustees,
'; ",:. ': V ;v : J. amp, Chairman.
NOTICE TO PATROXS OF
THE PR13LRY SCHOOL
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Get some SamDles.
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All patrons and children of the pri pri-'mary
'mary pri-'mary school are requested to enter
the school building by the east door,
at the opening of school Monday
.The boys of the third, grade, Miss
McLain teacher, ,will occupy the
southeast room, first floor. The girls
of the third grade Mrs. Rochford
teacher, will occupy the northeast
room, first floor. The boys of the
advanced first grade, Miss Lula Grif Griffin
fin Griffin teacher, the southeast room,
basement. The girls of the advanced
primary, Miss Clark teacher, the
northeast room, basement. The sec second
ond second grade Miss Edith Griffin and
Miss Stevens teachers, the east play
room. 'The beginners grade, Mrs.
Evans and Miss Eunice Marsh teach teachers,
ers, teachers, the southwest room, basement.
Pupils who have promotion cards
are requested to sbringthem. Those
who have not should bring their re report
port report cards.
Nellie C. Stevens, Principal.
will find a suit
- ti 'tm B i $
you win nna a sun o; our mailing
retains its shape." That's because it
Is tailored, not merely pressed into
the garments Let 113 make you a
suit for a trial: You'll not alone be
better dressed than ever before, but
you'll, stay that" -way. For our suits
retain their good looks till the last.
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
AT SENSIBLE PRICES
OPEN 'ALL NIGHT
THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1014
Wilbur Smith Co. J
& E. C. S3IITB, Mgr.
Funeral Directors I
Office Phone 10.
Night Phone 01.
x. All work given our personal j
V attention and guaranteed folly.
" 11 V. Oklawaba ATenue.
OCALA, FLORIDA, X
EMveF & MaeSay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALL1ERS
fine Caskets and Barlal Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
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C. V. ROBERTS. 805
Undertaking Office. 47
I have moved to the Burnett
Building on East Fort King Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, where I am prepared to do
all kinds of Furniture Repairing
on short notice. Expert work ex executed
ecuted executed in this line and all work
I have just received a big
line of NEW HEATERS. Call
and see them.
A. M. BOBOITT,
14 FORT KING AVEXUE
Go North hy Sea
Merchants & 'mineral Trans Co.
New Steamers. Low Fares. Besi
cervice. Wireless telegraph on ali
Bteamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western' points
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent. cCom'l Agt
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan, Street
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located in Ocala, Fla., 'Expert won
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Latttier
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala.
:! PHONE 503'
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
: J. L. SMOAR
p At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
A. D. BROOKS
Has -moved his General 'Merchandise
Stock from Main Street, next door
to the City MraKet to the new
St. Georges Block,
where he is now located in the
handsome new Corner Store, Maj
nolia and South Second Street, where
ie will be pleased to see his friends
j?TRST CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
GOOD RESULTS FROM
ANTI-HOG CHOLERA SERUM
Treatment Given by Demonstration
Agents in the South Cutting Down
the Lass From this Disease
Washington, Oct. 3. The treat treatment
ment treatment of hogs exposed to the risks
of contageon form- hog cholera with
anti-hog cholera serum has saved all
.but 2.27 in the Southern states ac according
cording according to reports received 'by the U.
S. department of agriculture from lo local
cal local agents engaged in demonstration
work in this section.
These reports show that the coun county
ty county agents inoculated, in the year end ending
ing ending June 30, 1914, a total of 34,630
hogs that -were in good Jiealth at the
time, 'but were exposed to the dis disease.
ease. disease. Of this number only 787 died.
This loss of 2.27 is regarded as
highly gratifying evidence of the val val-ue
ue val-ue of the preventive, treatment with
anti-hog cholera serum.'
tAlthough many authorities do not
recommend this treatment after the
hog is so sick that signs of the dis disease
ease disease are plainly visible, the agents
In many cases took a "fighting
chance." The results would, seem, on
the whole, to have ibeen very satisfac satisfactory.
tory. satisfactory. Including sick and well ani animals,
mals, animals, a grand" total of 41,974 hogs
exposed to the disease received the
serum Of these 3,004 died, a per percentage
centage percentage of loss of 7.15.
In considering these figures, scien scientists
tists scientists point Out that the. work was
done under ordinary farm conditions
and not by' trained experts In labora laboratories.
tories. laboratories. In addition a very large num number
ber number of hogs were inoculated by veter veterinarians
inarians veterinarians or by the ; farmers them themselves.
selves. themselves. In these cases no figures are
available to show the exact results
of the treatment.
Department experts also point out,
however, that inoculation alone is
not sufficient and does not remove
the necessity for sanitary and other
precautions; for example, hogs
should 'be fed for a few days after
the treatment on cooling laxative
foods. They should be removed to'
uninfected and clean pens -where
there is plenty of shade, and care
should be taken to free them from
lice and worms. Since many hogs
are worm infested, the following for formula,
mula, formula, which has been used by local
agents thruout the South with con considerable
siderable considerable success, is suggested .by the
Kentucky experiment station:
'Santonin IVz garins, areca nut 1
dram, calomel 1 grain, sodium car car-ibonate
ibonate car-ibonate 1 dram. v
This is a sufficients quantity for
each 100 pounds of live ( weight. The
dose should he given in slop in-the
evening, after the hog has been with without
out without food for from 12 to 24 hours. The
following morning each hog should
receive a tablespoonful of Epsom
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. Deafness is caused by
an inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the, Eustachian tube. When
this tube Is inflamed you can hear a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
and; when it 'is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness is the result, and ainless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can !be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed, forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing tout an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. .
We will give one hundred dollais
for any case of deafness (caused bj
catarrh) that cannot -be cured by
iHall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir circulars
culars circulars free. F. .J Cheney and Co.,
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists,
75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for
constipation. i adv
Three newly furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; all modern con
veniences; close in; reasonable price
for permanent party. Phone No.
Thrifty Chinese' Farmers.
While our farmers throw broadcast
handfuls of grain on the harrowed
eaxth, offering rich pasturage to pil
laging birds and rodents, the Chlna-
mwi after furrowing the earth with
his wooden plowshare, without turn
ing It, crumbles .each lump In his
hands till it Is like fine powder. This
done, at planting time he walks slow
ly down each furrow, carrying a grain
drill, which is a marvel of ingenious
Lucky Accident for Him.
After proposing three times and
beng rejected on account of his ugli ugliness,
ness, ugliness, a man in London was injured
in an accident so severely that whan
he recovered .his face had been corny)
pietely reconstructed, decidedly for
the better. He proposed again and
OPEN Dai AND NIGHT
Merchants Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any ionr. Adv.
Our candies are always fresh and
are kept in cool storage cases.
Southern Express Co., will Carry Eac Eac-,
, Eac-, hibits for the Fair Without
Mr. G. T. Maughs, local agent for
the Southern 1 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 Fair Association. Copy of
this will reach you in the near future,
if not already received.
, W. K. Haile, Supt.
The many friends of C. K. Odize1!
were glad to learn that he was able
to ;be out again Sunday? 1 7
Born to 01 r. and (Mrs. J.1 T. Davi3
a bouncing baby boy last' Sunday.
, IMiss Stella Cleveland, of Ocala, is
the guest of Mrs. George Davis.
Mrs; J. H., 'Ray, ? of Ft. eiMade, is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Roberts.
" Oiiss Inez Bateinan, of (Mcintosh,
Js the guest of her aunt-, 'Mrs. B. J.
Benson, for a short stay.
Mr. Hunter and family have mov moved
ed moved to Waldo where he is employed by
the S. A. L. R. R. ;
J. L. Taylor, of Ocala, was in town
(Mrs. John Crawford and her little
daughter, of Ocala, spent the nveek
end at.Dunnellon, the guests of Mrs.
J. w; Prater. ;
The angel of death invaded, the
Home of iMr. and Mrs. D. G. Watkins
and took from them their little two
year old daughter, last Monday. The
interment was at Lebanon cemetery
lu.esday at 11 o'clock. The sympa sympathy
thy sympathy of the community is freely offer offered
ed offered to the bereaved parents.
WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
There are many -times When : one
man questions another's actions and
motives. 'Men act differently under
different circumstances. Th"e ques question
tion question is, what -would you do right now
if you had a severe cold? Could
you do better than, to take Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ? It" is highly
recommended 'by people who have
used It for years and know-its Value.
Mrs. O. E. Sargent, Peru, Ind., say:'
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
worth its ; weight in gold and I take
pleasure in recommending it." For
sale by all dealers. adv
- Whole Families in Same Trade.
Among the silver masters of Shef Sheffield,
field, Sheffield, England, its Is rather an estab established
lished established practise to encourage the em employment
ployment employment of families. It Is more the
rule than otherwise that a father work working
ing working in the silver trade will apprentice
his children to that' trade as they ar arrive
rive arrive at workinc age. : : ,'
Dally Thought. V
When men speak III of thee, live
that nobody will believe them. Pfato.
TONED UP THE SYSTEM
''Chamberlain's Tablets have done
mort for me than I ever dared hope
for," .vrites Mrs. Esther iMae Makr,
Spencerport, N. Y. "I used several
bottles of these tablets a few months
ago. They not only cured me of bil bilious
ious bilious attacks, sick headaches and that
tired feeling, tout toned up my whole
system." For 'sale (by all dealers-ad.
L ALEX AM BE!
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates' made on all Cpn Cpn-tract
tract Cpn-tract Work. Glve3 more and better
work for the money than any. other
contractor in the city.
. COULD DIE
And Be Free From Her Troubles,
but Finds Better Way.
Columbia, Tenn. "Many a time,"
says Mrs. jessie Sharp, of this place,
"I wished I would die and be relieved
of my suffering, from womanly troubles.
J could not get up. without pulling a1
something to help me, and stayed in Ded
most of the time. I could not do my
The least amount of work tired me
out. My head would swim, and I would
tremble for an hour or more. Finally, I
took Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I
am not bothered with pains any more,
and I don't have to go to bed. In fact,
1 am sound and well of all my troubles."
Cardui goes to alf the weak spots and
helps to make them strong. It acts with
nntiirf not apainst her. It is for the
tired, nervous, irritable women, who feel
as if everything were wrong, anu nccu
something to quiet their nerves and
strengthen the worn-out system.
If you are a woman suffering from any
nf the numerous svmotoms of woman)
troubletake Cardui. It will help you.
At aL druggists. ;
nv.vw rnnnrlnearA Medicine Co.. Ladies'
Adrisofy Dept.. Chattanooga, Tenn.. for :Sgcias
Instructions on your case ana C4-pa coo.
Trutmcnt for Women." in Dl&in wrCDr. 1I.C. 123
keep themselves in constant touch with the inner vorlanf :; of
the bank and, having the interests of the community zt lL.;rt,
have always contributed to the promotion of every vortliy en enterprise.
terprise. enterprise. We respectfully invite you to call and tall: over your busi business
ness business needs with us. 't
nmiMnnr: o nun
m m m p m w m m fir mam , v m m m tBHitk
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BETTTEIl BABIES CONTEST
Have you a bahy in your home?
If. so, read this announcement.
.The second Better Babies 'contest
for Ocala .will be Llheld Nov. lith,
12th and 13th, under the ausirices of
the Ocala Woman's Club in "the new
4 The Better 4 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 same basic prin principles
ciples principles that are applied to live stock
shows. tMere beauty does no;t count.
Physical and mental development
only are considered. The" Better
Babies contest insures a 'better race
of lA-mericans, because it teaches pan
ents .how to improve the physical
condition of children. It arouses in interest
terest interest in. the conservation of child
life and health, and in all forms of
child .welfare. It .forges a connecting
link between parents and teachers,
between home and the scientific
study of child life. ;
Lvail yourself of this splendid op opportunity
portunity opportunity -enter your haby in the
contest this year. For further infor information
mation information and application cards,; ad ad-dress,
dress, ad-dress, Mrs. R. L. Anderson, Ocala.
And When Money Talks?
. Sound travels at the rate of 400
yards per-second. Exceptions to this
rule: Scandal, 1,000 yards; 'flattery-
500 yards; truth,-2 yards; alarm
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
3LWIOX-DUXX 3HSOXIC LODGE
; (Marion-Dunn Lodge Xo. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month, at
1:Z0 o'clock, until further notice.
' Baxter Cam, W. (M.
Jake Brown, Secretary, .Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 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. MV
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
Tulula Lodge No. 22,?L O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A" warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended '.; to visiting
brethren: J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
KXIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every (Monday at 7 : 3 0 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial 'welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. Gober,v C. C.
Chas. K. iSage, K. of R. S. Ad
WOODMEN 'OF THE WORLD
Fort Kins Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
LCYAJj ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. m.
Visiting brethern always welcome Jo
the JLodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postofBcc.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia" Lod ere. Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the1 second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, v. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
OcaH Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even
ings in each month? Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W.: Harley, Secretary. Ad
CHAPTER NOw 13, R. A. M.
V Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every, month -at
7:30 p m. ,: C. Er Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown:f Secretary:
p is n t-
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nil T : H r- pj . .. i
E VERY DA Y Until October. 5th, at v.-hi;
time i, our Special Sale end,, ve
give absolutely FREE with each car L
; purchasQ;o$7.59, a: v
It will pay you to come and look over our Fall. Llr.es b.rsre
' ' (-.
making your school purchases; as we -will save yen mcny
"OCALA'S UNDERSFXL1NG BrORir
. ''-"Don't Piiv :.rc:c.,f
t'i wah.. f.ii I .'i-nFr; i
UUIUI UUVkl W WWW
1 We will thank you. Our drivers will than!; you.
And if the teams could talk' they would th;t:c yc.
to lighten the load on the 'heaviest day-of the week,
rest for nearly everybody but tliis ice maii'pf your:;,
Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West.
bug jiise's mm
3" AM now in business for myelf; Conducting ZliJi
tail bar and Mail Order House I caa'glvo you -the bes
is, and as much as any one else, in business for your money money-teen
teen money-teen years in the business has taught :no what the i.uhlic
and I am supplying that want. :
' JUST A SA3IPLE OF GOOH ; AND l;JUCi:f
Good Old 65 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal gallons
lons gallons or more, J;- f-fk
at per gallon . tj i 0 J
Good Old 70 proof v Rye,
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2"gal 2"gal-Ions
Ions 2"gal-Ions or 'more, 7Vt
a per gallon. v O
In Glass Jugs, Packed in two One
Make my place your headquarters while in the city. You vi!J r.-:
welcome and be treated right at all times and ba every trai
...' .. .'.'-;..' ..... i .. :. ...
tion at "Johnny's Place.
The FINEST BEER you; ever drank, and ALL KINDS of )t in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft. :"
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THE GREAT- SHIP
length 500 foel; Lresdlh 53 feet. 6 luche; 510 etaleroosa mal psrlar yoraroo.!atinj; IZ'l'i j
;er. Crcler in von larger
waters of the world. In
, LUcaiTicent Steimer "SEEATIDSZE, "Ctr cf Erie end "City of DuTala"
Daily BUFFALO and CLEVELAND r.:y l.t to becUt
Leave Bollalo 9MV.IL L" CVretauJ P. JL
ArriT Cleveland 7:30 A.M. Arrive BuEJo - 7:30 A. Ji.
(Eastern Standard Time)
Connection, at Cleveland for Ptrt-in-Ba v, Toledo, Detroit and all point Vest nl ?ool5iwn(. RaHroa 1
tieketa needing between BaTalo and Clevela4 r- frood for teanportattono oar (tasne-rt.
,-Ak your ticket agent for tieketa vU C. & B. line. Vrite ba for anUoie iiloatrated loctitt fie.
T HE C L E V ELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO,,Clevc!ant'
Gradual elimination naturally has
the least ierror for those most in
favor with tho?e doing the eli mini t
iii hhih iiiV-',-i ;-; v:
" tb.. erf.
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Hiub 4- i
Gopd Old SO Proof; L;
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 r--lons
or morCj rC '.
at per gallon.. w x
Remember that we v.-ill
any' order you send us : I
meet the price of any oi..:
Gallon f i: :s if yoii
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in all proportion richer in all appoiaUneata. iLa auj tt-siiy
n ervice Jane lllu ..4.
Upon Good Crz-iT.
So much, as r?e are qui t
ful upon good ground, o c:u
end are, a3 it erer 1
Xim OCAIiA ETO1KO GTAJR. SATCIUhYY, OCTODEU S, 1014
An "TT11 tne t00 reaches V.ip stomach ft is euWectsd to a pecnliaxtv.
if cnurning movement toy tfte muscular walla of the stomach" (See -V
.. TiT I'iere' MMtical Arfviser- narfl 45). In the liver, kidners and II
skin, the blood ia purified of its waste material these- orana act if
HE'S AVOIISE TIIAX 1IOBSOX
as human filters, leaving' the blood pure ead clear enlssa liver.
digestive tract and kidneys are cloggc-u.
13 a stomach, liver and kidney tonie by assisting
the stomach to assimilate, the liver to filter, the'
kidneys to net the poison are removed, the red blood
corpuscles are increased and one feels light, fresh and active
instead of logy, dull and heavy. The 'Discovery" stimu stimulates
lates stimulates tha stomach." increases action of heart and arter
ies and is a most satisfactory alterative in blood-taint' of any character.
Tne refreshing influence of thi3 extract of native medicinal plants haa
been favorably known for over forty years. Everywhere some neighbor
can tell ycu of the goo$ it has done.
Sold by all medicine dealer in liquid or tablet form; or send SO one-csaf
i ,i if'. L'l
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You 'May Have the Eggs
BUT XOT TIIE -H A3I
Better Come Early
Avoid the Jam!
OUR. HAMS ARE CHOICE
America, Says Minority Leader 3Iann,'
Isjn.for a Iong Struggle vith
Washington, J Octj 2. Warning
that Philippine v independence meant
surrender of American strategic com
mand of the Pacific, "the fighting
ground of the future," and that a
conflict 'betwen the United States and
the Orient, "commercial or other
wise," was inevitable, wa3 given the
House yesterday by. Republican
Leader ENIann, in a vigorous speech
opposing the pendipg iPhilippine bill.
Representative Mann declared if the
Philippines became independent they
would in timejr'be 'acquired either by
Japan or by some other nation, ulti ultimately
mately ultimately to '-be used against the United.
"If -there is tp be independence of
the Philippines," said Mr. Mann,
"let there 'be absolute independence.
If they are to go, Jet them go and let
Japan and China, Germany or Eng England
land England take them, as is inevitable, and
then -we will know what we have to
"Close to Japan, like a sleeping
child of the world, is China, with her
vast 'territory, with her immense pop
ulation. What was going on in Ja
pan a few years ago is going on now
in China. The awakening of China
is more marvelous than in Japan and
as the great people in China rise to
the civilization of our modern days
and engage in manufactures and in
production or all wnlcn man pro
duces, we will enter into a series of
competitive efforts with the Far
East which never have heen equalled
z ... r v
in this world of ours.
"The great population of China, we
Lost Cscret cf Greeks, f
No greater gift could be made to otar
modern world than the rediscovery o'.
the Greek physical supremacy- The
secret of the method by which for one
brief period they realized perfection
was long since lost, no one knows how.
At present so little we understand
the principles of training which guid guided
ed guided the Greek in his games, in his bat bat-t?es
t?es bat-t?es and his dances and made the pro proportions
portions proportions ot his figures different from
ours of today that Greek sculpture is
in reality a puzzle to us. Certain
postures fixed by the G reek sculptor
seem to: us contortions, bordering on
physical impossibilities. There is al-
GREAT BRAVERY OF
Regiment Sacrificed itself to Enable
Main Body to Make a Safe
-The deefat oi
On account cf social elections ta
be held Jn and for the City o! Ocal
on the 27th and 2Sth"1days of Octo
ber 1314, a special meeting ot t!:;j
13.000 Prussian guards who attack- clty council vas heM n-tbi
ed the French center September 26th
ways a terrific controversy over the
restoration of Greek 'sculpture, and
even then the arms and heads and legs
we supply never look right.
council chamber for the purpose of
revising the registration .books of
said city, and the following narr.ca
Ward Xo. 1. A. A. Graham; J. IJ.
Gates, W. iH. vMcQIahan (removel),
E .L. Howell (dead.)
Ward No. 2. Elmer. Decamp,
is described in the Petite Giornde.
- As soon as the news of the German
advance was received French cavalry
was sent to hold, the enemy at lAuber lAuber-Ive,
Ive, lAuber-Ive, to give the artillery and infantry
time to come up f rbm Souain. But
while the French dragons were pre preparing
paring preparing to defend Auberive a brigade
ah this hwjiiis we do not nnder- nf th ?nvotv.'a -ttp- unccor srMd. H-reorge I'Cltnam, J. u. uelger, Henry
stand the principles by which the ing the village came across the vine- F Goeken, X. P. Ives, IX, C. Zlxi:
Greek ordered the movements of his yard3 and field's with the intention of ter J.. J- 'McCranie. L. M. II: : r, J.
body, it was a great secret oi Dooiiy Lnrnrkin!, tr-vnh ,.tni C. Raysor, B. E. Raysor, Ed'.;ia
the march." Spencer Jr., and J. H Workman (re (re-It
It (re-It -was -a critical moment. The moved.T. C. Hall, Xathan Peyser,
French dragoons were two miles and J. G. (Sinclair (dea"d.)
ahead and the infantry two miles be- Ward Xo. 3. John B. Brown, Jim
School In the Sixteenth Century. hind the gunners. The Hussars were Houston, i;. I. .Hodges, F. xl. .Higgins,
School life at Shrewsbury in thesis- only three quarters of a mile away, 'M.. .Strauss, J. M Tison and. Paul
teenth century was a strenuous affair, galloping furiously.: In two minutes Webber (removed.) Pat Gillea, J.
iXLk. aUUICauat' V. I mine t... .mlf-mK J V. ,t P iTl(l A. H N Vtlin 1
up alongside the road. The enemy (dead.), ,
then was only 500 yards away and Ward Xo. 4.- T. L. Dekle, J. W.
the command could foe heard to pre- Fomby; S. ai. Grubb3 (remove!.)
pare to charge the guns. Oock Allen, J. J. Bierman, C. H.
In the charge the Prussian cavalry Beck, A: (E. Delouest and Carlos L.
gathered speed with every yard. Sistrunk (dead.)
When ;2 00 yards .away the French .The city council will hear corn corn-gunners'
gunners' corn-gunners' fired. Thru .the tolue smoke 'Plaints at' special meeting to be held
the artillerymen could see the ene- October 16, 1914, at 7:30 o clock. P.
co-ordination, and the secret has been
lost, and with it the ability thoroughly
to understand Greek art. New York
Sir Philip Sidney has an interesting
account of the school at that time.
"The school year," he writes, Swas di divided
vided divided into halves. From Lady day to
All Saints' day the hours of attend attendance
ance attendance were from 6 o'clock in the morn morning
ing morning till 11, the dinner hour. In the
afternoon the boys studied from 12:45
till 5 o'clock. Prayers were recited at
the beginning and close of the day.
If a holy day occurred in the week it
was a play day, but usually the weekly my's norss rearing and officers try-!
day for games wa&x Thursday. One ling vainly to rally the broken lines.
custom then begun is still observed. a second time the battery hurled
At earnest request and great death into the doomed (brigade. A
entreaty of some man of honor, of
great worship, credit or authority ttn
extra holiday was granted to the boys.
The judges of assize, when visiting
M. for the purpose of restoring names
This the 26th day of September A.
D. 1914. ill. C.1 Sistrunk.
City clerk and ex-oflicio supervlror
of registration of the city of Ocala. tf
Shrewsbury, are still accustomed to
say, shall not be permitted to come to J ask .for and obtain this boon." West-
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our shores. At the same time we
say that China shall not 'be permitted
to shut out our people or our goods.
Such a position as we take (perhaps
cannot be abandoned by our people,
but it never can be enforced in the
long run without power to? enforce
it. When China is awakened we will
have a conflict on pur hands which
will last for many years, possibly
"We who now are legislating, if
we do notbear in mind the (possibili (possibilities
ties (possibilities of 'hundreds of years from, now
and the inevitable conflict,' commer commercial
cial commercial or otherwise, which' we will meet
'in the Far'East, have forgotten the
principles which ought to actuate us.
"It is as certain as that the sun
will arise to-morrow that a. conflict
will come ?bet ween the Far East and
the Far West. All which has taken
place in the world during the history
ot the American race np to now
teaches us that the avoidance of the
conflict is impossible. I (hope, war
may not come; that there be no con conflict
flict conflict of arms; I have little faith that
in this world of ours people and races
are able to meet in competition for a
long 'period of time without an armed
conflict. A fight for commercial su
premacy in the end leads to a fight
with arms, hecause that is the final
abiter between nations.
" We command the Pacific ocean
today with the. land thatwe have on
this side, with the islands Which we
possess in the sea and with the Phil
ippines on the other side. Will we
surrender our command? I say .no.
If we should let the 'Philippine,. Is
lands go today without a string tied
to them, they wuld belong to some
other country inside of ten years. But
if they could keep their independence
twenty-five, fifty or even a hundred.
years, in the end -they would .be used
against us instead of in our favor in
the Inevitaible conflict 'between com
We are having, trouble enough
about a country which we say we can
not afford .to let another nation to en
ter; trouble enough now in Mexico
and with other republics to the south,
without engaging in any more enter
prises of this kind.
'"Who today would propose that we
let Japan nave a naval station in
Mexico? Who today in our country
would "assent if England proposed to
transfer British Columbia to Japan?
We would go to war in a minute, to
prevent it, -because we would (be op opposed
posed opposed to letting Japan or China 'have
a base of supplies on this side of the
s hen Representative iMann took
the floor, (Manuel Quezon, resident
commissioner from the Philippines,
had just concluded a plea for inde
pendence and for prompt action on
the Jones hill, which would declare
the purpose of the United States to
grant independence as soon as the
Filipinos are capable pf self-govern
great silence ensued. Two thousand
horsemen, lay as if struck by lightn lightning,
ing, lightning, i.
But the artillerymen did not gaze
long on this scene of carnage. They
limebered their guns and rattled on
to aid the dragoons, who were hard
pressed and falling back. This time
the struggle was more even. The
German quick-flreres returned the
fire with interesttout the French in-
v. .ww. TH SAND D LA H'flf, salfl frwiK
the vines, a bugle rang out and their to be used for the purpose of p.ivins
boyonets flashed in the sun as they fifty thousand dollars of sail
bonds to q used for the purpose oj
cd"n struct hi sr oublic builuin.s an
Without cavalrv to aid it the Pru3- parks for the said city within the eoi
, . )U. porate limits of the said city; an t
sian guard-was obliged to fall back, fifty-five thousand dollars
A battalion of Zouvas came np from said bonds to be used for -the nur-
pose of equipping-, extending and im im-behind
behind im-behind and occupied the valley of the proving the water works plant an 1
m. '1 x t '. i system of said city-and erecttnjr and
oiuppes, 'LureiiLemuji iu yic constructing in corniection therewith
Whereas, an ordinance has -been.'
notice: op election to ism?i:
passed by the city of Ocala calling for
an election to submit 'to the registered
voters of the city of Ocala, to decide
whether or not bonds to the amount of
THREE HUNDRED AND FIVE THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND DOLLiARS be issued; ONE HUN HUNDRED
DRED HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLDARS of nil
bonds to be used for the constructiosi
of sewers within the corporate limits
of the city of Ocala; ONE -HUNDUED
Emerson as a Vocalist,
As a student at Harvard Ralph Wal
do Emerson did not give much prom
ise of his future greatness. Hi3 dis dissertation
sertation dissertation was spoken of as a very
good one, but too long to give much
pleasure to the hearers." He was class
poet but only after seven others had
been successively elected and had suc
cessively declined the honor. A story
told by Arthur Stanwood Pier in "The
Story, of Harvard' goes to show that
Emerson's musical efforts were even
Singing in the yard was a popular
diversion, and early in bis freshman
year Emerson, wishing to have a share of grenadiers sacrificed Itself to cov-Uaid bonds to be in the denomination of
guard between two fires. A regiment an ice plant for the manufacture of ar ar-&
& ar-& T tificial ice for the said city of Oc-aia,
in the fun, went to the singing master.
who said to him, t'Chord."
So l made some kind of a noise,"
said Emerson, and the singing master
said: That wUl do, sir. You need not
come again. 1
er the German retreat- on Rheima.
Five times : the grenadiers hurled
; Hidden Ability.
Old 'Washington White and young
Calhoun Clay entered a dancing com
petition But age was against Wash,
end his boots, a pair of cowhides six or
seven sizes too large, were
too. The prize was awarded to the
younger man. ;
"Look-a-yere. Mlsto Empire, Uncle
Wash growled, "whaffor yo give de
prize toe him?
Iase be done mo beats n yo
'Go long, man!" said Uncle Wash.
boots what yo never seel" New York
one thousand dollars each, and hi arlnr-T
Interest at the rate of rive per cent, per
annum, payable In not less than ten' i. or
mcit-ck tVinti thlrtv vsira fy-nnrt Ait. t-,f
themselves against the French. They issue.
wprA rpimilRPfl : Arprv time and sifter Now, therefore, by virtue of author author-were
were author-were repuisea every ume ana auer Uy ves?ted in the undersigned as mayor
the fifth charge only one section was of the said city of Ocala, I hereby pro pro-.
. pro-. ,t , claimant! order an election held on t:.-;
left, a handful of men surrounding tii day of oetoher, a. d. mil
tho fine In the said city of Ocala to nleterr;;ne
tuts it0. ... whether or not the said city of Uc il:t
Then' the first, then two, and then shall issue bond& to .the amount of
,t .n THREE HUNDRED AND FIVE TIIOU-
ten of the grenadiers threw down sand dollars; one hundred
their arms. A hundred men, mostly THOUSAND DOLLARS of : eaid bonds t
niues six or w"ounaed, were all that were left of a within the corporate limits of the city
against him -f ,-Rf VioIt. e? of Ocala; ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
iLi fh splendid regiment. But their sacri- dollars of said bonds to be used for
fice had not -been useless v for it en- the purpose of paving ad prov
abled the column to get safely un- sand dollars of said bonds to be
der the guns of the forts
and -Nugent and IA'besse.
of TJorr-1 used for the purpose of con-:r
tX .... XC1 I -l I v n r knIUIn rro n rl nl r-1.' a wl t i t
IT AliWAYS DOES THE WORK
, Kind Editors.
Needless to say, the night was cold.
Brrrl -VV': ;
We have used up the last stick of
wood in the house, said the young
artist to the brooding poet as they
sat beside the embers of a fire. "What
.shall we do? Must I sacrifice my latest
"Holdf said the poet l shall bring
my rejected slips."
And they kept the fire going all night.
-rNew York Post. ,.
Keep your papers in order by ys-
ing Glabe-Wernicke cabinets at The
'Murray Company. 10-l-3t
" "I like Chamberlain's Cough OEtem OEtem-edy
edy OEtem-edy better .than any other," writes
R. E. 'Roberts, jHomer City, Pa. "I
have taken it off and on for years
and it has never failed to give the de desired
sired desired result For sale 'by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. . adv
PRETTY CORXER LOT
'The pretty corner (two lots) im immediately
mediately immediately west of the new Xorth
Ocala church for sale. Very cheap
for cash. R. Carroll. 9-8-tf
ELLIS' NEWS DEPOT
P. A. EliLIS, Manager.
ALL THE LATEST MAGAZINES
Next to Carns' Grocery Store
Fourteen pounds of sugar for $1,
with cash purchases of other grocer groceries
ies groceries to the amount of $1, Saturday
and tMonday only. Smith Grocery
Company. adv. 3t
Only Empty Things Float.
"I kept my head when I fell into the
water' observed the young man.
now fortunate," replied the caustio
maid; "it must have helped you so
nicely to float.
Board and Rooms.
v 203 NORTH MAIN ST.
Remedy for Cold In Head..
Ar old remedy for a cold, in the
head particularly, and an all over
cold in general, is that of drinking
much water. Drink at least two quarts
of water daily. Drink it slowly, and
see that the glasses are at least a
half hour apart. Water should not be
taken with the meals. It should be
taken half an hour after or before.
A glass of water upon rising should
be an invariable rule. This clears
the stomach of any mucus that'has col collected
lected collected overnight Hot water the first
thing in the morning Is better than
cold. Another glass of water (cold,
but never iced water) should ne taken
just before retiring. Iced drinks are
always a shock to the stomach.
Scarcity of Coy Laborers.
Boy labor is very scarce in New Zea Zealand,
land, Zealand, and some manufacturers find girl
labor almost equally scarce. A mem member
ber member ,of a firm of baking powder manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers in the Dominion advertised
unsuccessfully a ;few months ago for
boys and girls, and had to employ
adult labor instead. So precious are
these young people, Indeed, that it is
J found that the only way is to take
: boys when they are offering, usually
J at the beginning of 'the year, and keep
I them through slack seasons. This
J J particular firm gives boys straight
j from school $3 a week to start, and
iby the time they have been' at the fac-
! tory a year or 18 months they get o,
Flnve nf fmirteen In the hnnt trartft in
New Zealand get $3 a week to start
.Sea our line of stationery before
buying your supply. The Court Phar
public buildings and parks within in incorporate
corporate incorporate limits of the said city: nr; I
FIFTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS of
said bonds to be used fo,r the purpose
of equipping, extending and Improving
the water worKs pianL ana sysiem oi
said -city and erecting aiVd constructing
In connection therewith an Ice plant
for the manufacture of artificial lee
for the city of Ocala. Paid bonds to be
in the denomination of One Tnousand
Dollars each, bearing interest at the
rate of five per cent, and payable in not
less than ten nor more man tuirty.
years from date of issue.
And hereby appoint J. ii. i nomas, r.
IL Johnson and F. I?. Beckham as in inspectors
spectors inspectors and J. -II. Taylor ai. clerk.
Said election shall be held at the city
hall of the city of Ocala between the
hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock
in witness wnereor i nave nereuiuo
affixed my hand and seal of the city
of Ocala. this the 25th, day of .Septem
ber, A. D, i;14. -'
(Seal) J. D. ROl E TtTSON, 3iayor..
Attest: II. C. SISTRUNK, City Clerk..
Whereas, an' ordinance has. been
passed by the' city of Ocala calling for
an election to submit to'the register 1
voters of the city of Ocala, to decide
whether or not bon1s to the amount of
SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOL DOLLARS
LARS DOLLARS be Issued for the purpo of
erecting- and equipping an ELECTRIC
Liuiii sTAiiu.N in connection witn
tne city WATER WORKS, and extend-.
In? such lines and wires a there may
be necessary -to furnish the citlzt-n-s of
Ocala with ligrht and power, said bor.-n
to oe in the denomination or uae
Thousand Dollars each, and bt.-arin:j in
terest at the rate of nve-per cent. j r
annum, payaoie m not lens man t-n
nor more than thirty yean fro.ri .!:;to
of issuance, -.- .
Now. therefore, ly virtue ol autnor-
ity vested in the undersigned as mayor
of the said city ot O-aia, l hereoy pro
claim and order an election: held on the
2Stli la of Oetoler, ut; I. 11114
in the said city of Ocala to determine
whether or not the :-aid city or Ocala
shall issue bonds to the amount of
SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOL DOLLARS
LARS DOLLARS for the purpoe of erertfngr and
equlpV-nir an ELECTRIC LIGHT STA
TION in connection with the' city
WATER AvORKS, and extending suc:i
lines and wires as there may be nec necessary
essary necessary to furnish the citizens of Ocala
with llarhf and power.. Siia bonds to
be in the denomination of One Thou
sand Dollars each, -bearing interest at
the rate of five per cent,, an I payable
In. not less than ten years nor non
than thirty year. from date of i--ue.
And hereby appoint Ii. A. W xt:;:rr
L. F. Eallard and J. II. Livln-ton a
Inspectors and Isaac Stevens as clerk.
. Said election" sliall Ve held at the city
hall of the city of Ocala between the
hours of 8 o'clock a. in. and C o'clock
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.
.(Seal) J. D. ROBERTSON, Mayor.
Attest: II. C. HISTRUNK. City Cierk.
S-26-dly sat .
. Come men are fo wi?1 that It stl" stl"-&s
&s stl"-&s though thy rr.us! hnv? b?r:n Vctd
at a much earlier cs tlia the tl.I
TXXX2 OCiiXfcil EVENING GTAE, SATURDAY, OCXClid'i C. 1014
K. of P. meet Monday evening.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
Council meets Tuesday night.
Mooose meet Thursday evening.
P. U. of A. meets Thursday 'night.
This report is made from obser
vations taken daily .by Mr. F. G.tB.
Weihe, official observer for the gov
Woodmen meet Friday night.
Try KREGER'S ice cream. 9-2 4-tf
"AM kinds of 'bulbs now on sale at
Ocal a Seed Store. 10-1-tf
Barrel of dill pickles just received.
Carn-Thomas Company. 10-1-lt
Jf you trade at Gerlg's you are as assured
sured assured of 'best service and quality, tf
All members of the K. of P. should
ibe present at (Monday evening's meet meeting.
ing. meeting. It will be for "the good of the
South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Store. 101-tf
Go to KREGER'S for the best ICE
CREAM in Ocala. 9-2 4-tf
The very latest INITIAL STA STATIONERY
TIONERY STATIONERY AT KREGER'S. 9-2 4-tf
;Now Is the time to plant 'Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
'10c at The Murray Com Com-s
s Com-s 10-l-3t
.Fishing tackle that Tvili bring the
fish from the water at KREGER'S. tf
Ocala Odd "Fellows f should take
note of the fact itliat there is much
degree work now, and attend the
Tuesday evening meetings of Tnla-
Qla lodge. .' v '
Onion sets at
Bitting & Knight's
, 9-2S-tf ;
The best Ice cream in town at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a
specialty. 1 0-2-6 1
People- traveling around thru
Marion county can't help noticing
the great number of sweet potato
patches, and their good 'looks. Can't
starve Florida out as long as sweet
potatoes will grow.
Avoid the rush of iMonday. Get
your school books now. The iMurray
'See our line of stationery before
buying your supply. The Court Phar
IFausett's new store on (Exposition
street. It iseing built of5 concrete
blocks, and -will be a handsome and
commodioiisr-stfueture. Qir. Fausett's
little wooden store next to his' rest
dence has donean immense amount
of business inline last twentv vears?
The Star hopes that the trade in lie
hewer and 'bigger structure 'wiir'in 'wiir'in-crease
crease 'wiir'in-crease in proportion.
Frsh pansy and sweet pea seed at
BittingJnighVtfrug store. 928-tf
1 show V s'.-l
STARTS fA X
. 'ItftipV (ft
Max. Min. It. F.
. ..90 69
...79 ,70 ..
, .89 70
. .90 69
. .87 70
. .87 68
. .92 67 .28
. .89 69 1 .28
. .87 60
..88 68 .62
. .89 64
. .80 67
. .78 67 .44
. .82 69 .87
. .84 70 .87
. .84 72 .16
. .86 68
.'.86 68 i
. .84 72 -'
. .78 61 v .
. .80 63 -y .
. .81 65 : ....
. .80 70 1.91
. .79 65 11.91
. .81 67 1.36
. .82 69
Pay Your 1015 Automobile License
and Get a Brand New Tag for
v The 1915 automobile licenses were
due Oct 1st, 1914. All who drive
their cars after that date without
first? securing this 1 license are doing
so in open violation of the laws of
Florida. All funds derived from a u-
tomobile licenses for private use go
into the road. fund.
3-3 Ot W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector. ,.'
; Pay Your 1015 licenses Xow
1915 state and county licenses
were due Oct. 1st 19 14. Any con
tinuation in business after that date
without first obtaining these licenses
Is in open violation of the laws of
the state of Florida. The tax col
lector will issue the license and fur
nish all blanks and other information
on request. ResoectfuJlv.
W. 'E. Smith, County Judge.
W. (L. Colbert; Tax Collector 3-301
, The high standard this bank has set for itself in the conduct of it: bur"
ness a protection to its depositors in every emergency and under all rT:;cui::
We invite you to make this bank your bank and enjoy the vuotecti
it gives to its depositors.
- 'e o 'i mm e & & e e
Forecast for this Evening and
Unsettled tonight and Sunday,
fMr. Walter Ray, -who was in town
from Cartel today, is still mourning
the loss of his glasses: The last time
ne rememoers naving tnem was
while reading a paper at Knight &
Lang's several days ago. The glasses
are a' special pair, In gold rims with
skeleton frames, made to hold behind
the ears: They were in a case mark marked
ed marked "Rosenfield Optical Co., Hoi
Springs, Ark." 31r. iHay -will pay $5
reward for their return, and anyone
in Ocala who finds them can 'bring
them to the Star and receive the re regard.
gard. regard. .' "' .'A
We are selling Stock and Poultry
Powders and Qledfcines at half price.
Two. 2 Sets or 50cts packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
iXew Crop Florida Seed ?Rye. Ocala
Seed Store. 10-1-tf
tMr. (B. G. .Rivers left this after
noon to join his wife in (Micanopy,
where they rwill spend the Week-end
as the guests of relatives. V
DEXNISON'S lunch sets and other
pafcer novelties at KREGER'S. 9 2 4-tf
Gerig's assorted chocolates at 3
NOTICE OF. ELECTION
Whereas, the Legislature of 1913,
under the Constitution ot 1885, of the
State of Florida, did pass three Joint
Resolutions proposing amendments to
the Constitution of the State, of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and the same were agreed to by a
vote of three-fifths 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 th said
Joint Resolutions be submitted to the
electors of the State at the General
Election in November. 1914. ;
NOW. THEREFORE, I, H. "CLAY
CRAWFORD, Secretary of State of the
State of Florida, do hereby igive notice
that' a : .-
will "be held In each county In Florida
on Tuesday next succeeding the first
Monday in November, A., U. 1914, ;tfce
said Tuesday being: the
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: Proiosinsr
an Amendment to Section Six (6). of
Article Eight (8). of the Constitution
of the State of Florida. Relating to
Be It Resolved by the 'Legislature of
the State of Florida:
That' the followine- amendment : to
Section Six (6) of Article Eight (8), of
the Constitution of the State of Flor
ida 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 In ; November, A. D.
1814, ror ratification or 'rejection: :
Section 6. The Legislature : shall
provide for the election by the Qualified
electors In each county of the follow
ing county officers:. A Clerk of the
Circuit Court, a Sheriff, Constables, a
County Assessor of Taxes, a Tax. Col
lector, a Superintendent of Public In
struction and a County Surveyor. The
term of office of all County officers
mentioned in this Section shall be for
four years, except that of County As
sessor of Taxes and County Tax Collec
tor, who shall be elected for two. years
until at the general election to be held
in the year A. D; 1916, when .and af ter i
that they shall be elected for a term
of four years. Their oowers. duties
and compensation shall be prescribed
by law. The Legislature shall provide
by law for the are and custody of all
County funds and shall provide the
method of reporting and paying out all
such, funds. 5 '?
Provided, County. Treasurers elected
n General Election .held In 1914 shall
hold office for the term elected, v
A JOINT RESOLUTION
cents per pound.
S JMr. James 'Badger of Oldtown has
purchased a Buick touring oar an d
came in today to ha.ve the machine
taken out of his ihome. It is of the
latest 1915 tmodel and a tbeautv.
Get your school books now; dont
wait until 3Ionday. The Murray
Company. : 10-l-3t
OPEN DAY AND XIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C- I. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
When you need stationery, go to
KREGER'S. 9-2 4-tf
ri o mm o ip s s
In Two Parts
(Don't Fail to see It.
Mabel's Married Life
Fourteen pounds of sugar for $1,
(with cash purchases of other grocer grocer-4es
4es grocer-4es to the 'smount of $1, Saturday
and aionday only.. Smith Grocery
Company. adv. 3t
Proposing an Amendment to Section
16 of Article IV. of the Constitution of
the State of Florida, Relating to vtfhe
Appointment "of Commissioned Officers
of the State Militia:
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of
- the State of Florida:
That the following amendment to
Section 16 of Article IV. of the Con Constitution
stitution Constitution 1 6U 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 1.6 of Article IV. shall be
amended so as to read as follows:
v Sec. 16. The Governor shall appoint
all commissioned' officers of the State
Militia, including an adjutant general
for the State, with rank of brigadier
general, who shall be chief oft staf
The duties and compensation of all of officers
ficers officers so appointed shall "be 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
Lost Found,-Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
FOR -HEtN'T A ten room house, fur fur-;
; fur-; nished; well located; close in; all
modern, conveniences. Apply at
Star office. lb-3-tf J :r
. Services at the Baptist church will
be held at the usual hour this eve-' FOUCD Automobile tail light ; last
ning, if the weather permits. The
theme for the evening follows that
announced last evening, "What the
Lord is to Me."
: 'If you are a member of. the. Sons
of Confederate Veterans, don't fail
to attend the meeting Friday night
next at the court bouse, delegates
to the state meeting at Lakeland are
to be elected, and other important
business attended to.
The more recent discussions as to
the earth's age have placed the time
as follows: Lord Kelvin, in 1862 20 20-000,000
000,000 20-000,000 to 400,000 000 years, with a
probable 98,000,000; in 1897 Lord Kel Kelvin
vin Kelvin revised ;his figures to 20,000,000 to
40,000,000 years; Clarence King and
Carl Varus, in 1893, 24,000,000 years;
De Lapparent. inl890 67,000,000 to 90, 90,-000,000
000,000 90,-000,000 years; Charles D.' Walcott, sec secretary
retary secretary of the Smithsonian institution,
In 1893, maximum age. 70,000,000
Fri d ay on 'North Magnolia street.
Owner can bave same by calling
phone 206 and paying for this ad advertisement.,
vertisement., advertisement., : 9-29-tf"
FOR SALE A' gas stove and a gas
instantaneous beater; botb in good
repair;'- Call on S. H
; office. : -'' ;''
FOR, SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
beart, any guantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla.; 9-9-
BOARDERS TVTEI)Robms with
board or table board without rooms
Apply to Mrs. F, IU Kaiser, E. 2nd
;- street.- : : 9-17-tft
LOST An onyx and gold bracelet,
set with pearls. Suitable reward
for its return to Star office. 9-2 1-tf
Poinito cq.c!ig3 fcy if 13
Tovris Printed in Capitals are Reached Exclusively
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Fort Ilckens :
FROST PROOF ,
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Lakeland ; h
' Longwood, -Loretto
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POSTAL TELEGRAPH--"Fcistest Service in ih 2 Yodel
Legislature providing for their retire retirement
ment retirement for age or other causes.
f, A JOIXT RESOLUTION
Proposing An Amendment, to Section
One of Article V. of the Constitution,
Uelating 4 to the Judiciary.
Be It Resolved by the .Legislature 4 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 the elec electors
tors electors of the State for approval or rejec rejection
tion rejection at the next general election here hereafter,
after, hereafter, that is $0 say, said Section One
of said Article shall be amended so as
to read as follows;
Section 1. The judicial power of the
State sfhall be vested In a Supreme
Court, Circuit Courts, Court, of Record
of Escambia County, Criminal Courts,
County Courts, County Judges and Jus Justices
tices Justices of the Peace and- such other
Courts or Commissions as the Legisla Legislature
ture Legislature may from time to time ordain and
establish.. The Legislature may pre prescribe
scribe prescribe the compensation of the Justices
and Judges of the several courts, but
no court heretofore established under
the Constitution and laws of Florida
shall be liereby abolished.
The votes cast in compliance with
said ; proposed amendments, and the
canvass, declarations and returns
thereof, shall bo subjected to the same
regulations and restrictions as. are pro provided
vided provided by law. for general elections in
the state of Florida.
IN TESTIMONY "WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and
affixed the Great Seal'of the
(SeaL) State of Florida, at Talla Tallahassee,.
hassee,. Tallahassee,. the Capital, this the
twenty-fifth day of July A.
D. 1914. H. CLAY CRAWFORD,
7-31wky Secretary of State.
Tenure of Land in Gamca. ..
By law a native Samoan ia not al allowed
lowed allowed to sell ills land, and the free-'
holds held by whites are seldom for
sale.. The German government la
averse to planters coming ; In with a
small amount of capital. Land on the
beach in the municipality of Apia, a
strip four miles In length, is valued
at 11.000 per acre.
, Justify Confidence.
France has an association which J
gives loans on the word of honor of
the people. It is chiefly for men or
women who are of humble position,
and in most cases the money is re returned
turned returned promptly. -r
WA'NTED A good buggy horse;
must be cheap for cash. Apply at
Real Meaning of Leisure.
" "Leisure," says Deacon W. C. Palmer,
Is no time to loaf. It's' a time to do
those things you've been wanting to
( yJ ))
Ii, '-liiijiM.&b H-4tmP 'Hjiy '0
This Special Rate good on anyiof the Co: np :-ny;
? 1 'J
Wit W .. -:4&A ,(1111 W
- II f! 1 1 I' f
. Ships scheduled to eail fiOm Jacliuonville ever
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m. :t -For
recervations and further particulars apply to
Florida Passenger Acent,
West Bay Street,
To a 1
1 1 tn
ercc:: .Aid Prriss
.J Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne-
402-404 fl. Main Ctrcct
. ..... '. s .