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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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ASSOCIATED
PRESS
- SERVICE
LOCAL NEWS
TO
PPESS TIME
RATHER FORECAST

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v Wednesday, except generally fair
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1

Joined By Several Other Rus Russian
sian Russian Generals

PRECIPITATES A CIVIL WAR
(Associated
Petrograd, Sept. 11.
leff's force, which the
-Gen. Kerni Kerni-government
government Kerni-government few hundred
says consists only of a
4nen, is marching on Petrograd and
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The government sent a special train I
with workmen to cut the railroad at
Semrino and s;op the advance.
A Cossack general informed Pre Premier
mier Premier Kerensky if he did not accede to
Gen. Korniloff 's demands the Cos Cossacks
sacks Cossacks would cut the Moscow railroad,
isolating Petrograd.
The government's trump card is
the loyalty of the railroad employes.
Leaders of the railroad men state
. if Gen. KornilofF remains obdurate,
they will strike, thus making it im impossible
possible impossible for him to get supplies.
A conference of all ambassadors
here, including those of neutral
countries, was held yesterday. All
information of their discussion was
withheld. Later the Entente ambas ambassadors
sadors ambassadors held a conference.
The commander of the Baltic fleet
assured Premier Kerensky of his
support.
ABOUT TO COME TOGETHER
Gen. Korniloff ordered his troops
to detrainat Dno and to march on.
" and besiege Petrograd. The govern govern-'ment
'ment govern-'ment infantry is still moving out to
oppose the advance, of Korniloff.
JOINED BY OTHER GENERALS
Alexander Guchkoff, the Octoberist
leader, formerly president of the
duma, chief of the munition bureau
and minister of war and navy ad m-
terinuhas gone over, to Gen. Korni
loff," and ""-"General Demking, com-
mander on the southeastern front,
telegraphed Premier Kerensky that
he intends to support Gen. Korniloff.
KERENSKY MAY HAVE BEEN
KILLED
London, Sept. 11. The Swedish
-Aftonbladt says the Exchange Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph correspondent at Copenhagen
publishes a rumor emanating from
persons arriving from Petrograd that
Premier Kerensky has been killed.
No confirmation of the report could
be obtained.
BALTIC FLEET LOYAL
A Russian message signed by the
prime minister said the Baltic fleet
unanimously elected to support the
.provisional government.
A GOOD SIGN
L it
Washington, Sept. 11 Officials
here believe that the fact that the
workmen's and soldiers delegates ad-
-vised the army not to participate in
the Korniloff revolt is a favorable
sign. Officials are anxious to learn
hew many troops Korniloff has in his
advance on Petrograd. No word has
been received from Ambassador
Francis.
CARING FOR THE
SWEET POTATO CROP

The attention of the various cham chambers
bers chambers of commerce and boards of trade
is invited to the importance of caring
for the large increase in acreage and
yield of sweet potatoes in Alabama,
Florida and Georgia for 1917:
Alabama . . v. . 14,824,000
Florida .... ... 3,038,000
Georgia .. ... ..10,148,000
, 28,010,000
The entire increase in yield in the
United States, in 1917 over 1916 is
11,241,00 bushels, or 459,000 bushels
less than the increase in, the three
above states. It will therefore be of
the utmost importance that the co cooperation
operation cooperation of every business man in
your community be given the farmers
in your territory in harvesting and
caring for this crop this year, and
preserving from loss this valuable
food crop, and to protect against any
loss to the farmer, by building or
causing to be built suitable ware warehouses
houses warehouses for the curing and storing of
the crop for 1917.
Will you not as a body and as in.
dividuals lend your best efforts to as assisting
sisting assisting in this emergency?
i Yours very truly,
k Wilbur McCoy,
L Agricultural and Immigration Agt.

BY MARCHING WITH AN ARMY
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May be Frost as Far South as Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia by Tomorrow
Morning
(Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. 1. A cold snap
extending from the Mississippi river
to the Atlantic as far south as Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia is expected. Moderate weather
will follow by Wednesday when ris rising
ing rising temperatures are promised.
TOOK A WHACK
AT THE TAGEBLATT
(Associated Press)
Philadelphia, Septi 11. Federal
agents today raided the office of the
Tageblatt, the German newspaper. It
is understood that warrants against
six persons identified with the paper
were issued in connection with the
government's pronounced intention of
preventing the circulation of anti antiwar
war antiwar propaganda.
SWEET POTATO CROP
THREATENED BY WEEVIL
Now it is the sweet potato crop of
Florida that is threatened with de devastation
vastation devastation by the invasion of a de destructive
structive destructive insect pest. The sweet potato
root weevil has been found to occur
in four widely separated areas in the
state and in each locality where it has
been established for three years or
more.it has made the profitable cul
ture of the sweet potato impossible.
In fact, in the infested localities the
f Ermer finds it impossible to raise
even enough sweet potatoes for the
use of his family.
This menace is bein? regarded with

PETHOGRAD

the gravest concern by the state plant J him a valuable acquisition to any in inboard
board inboard for perhaps.no crop in Florida stitution of this kind, and he has had

is of as great im'portance in supply
ing food to our people. The poorer
class of people, particularly, look to
the sweet potato crop as their prin principal
cipal principal food supply: The adoption, by
the government, of the sweet potato
as one of the regular articles in the
menu of our troops also makes the
preservation and increase of the sweet
potato crop one of the most important
steps in the national defense.
The pest is not new to the southern
states, having been known in the
southern portion of Louisiana for the
past twenty years. Experience in that
state and in Texas has shown that at
all infested points within sixty or
seventy miles of the gulf coast the
pest continues to destroy practically
the entire sweet potato crop year
after year. No satisfactory measures
of controlling it have been found.
There are also infested areas of
greater or less extent in Mississippi,
Alabama and Georgia and the cest is
evidently very abundant in Cuba
State Plant Commissioner William
Newell has been active for several
months, investigating the extent of
the infested areas in Florida, the
means by which the weevil is spread
to new localities and in placing before
the plant board plans for stopping its
further spread.
It has been found, for example, that
shipments of sweet potatoe tubers
and vines, infested with the weevil,
have been coming into Florida from
Other states and sack after sack of
infested potatoes and vines have ar arrived
rived arrived at Key West and Tampa on ves vessels
sels vessels from Cuba. Whenever these in infested
fested infested shipments have been detected
by the inspectors of the plai.t board
they have either been sent back or
destroyed, but it is manifestly impos impossible
sible impossible for the plant board inspectors
to see every shipment of plants and
potatoes coming into Florida. In
such infested shipments lies the
.n. 4 a 4-' .J YhAct Vv inr
established in new localities. After
considering this situation in all its

OCALA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1917

EVASIVE ANSWER
FROM

(Associated Presj)

London, Sept. 11. According to a
Copenhagen dispatch to the Exchange
Telegraph, the Swedish foreign of office
fice office has issued a statement saying
the foreign office has notfcreceived a
report regarding the Buenos Ayre3
incident, made public by the United
States, andis unable at this time to
determine what its position should be.
The statement says, however, that
soon after the war started the Swed Swedish
ish Swedish foreign minister stated he ought
to transmit the German agreement
concerning the civil population of
Kiao Chow.
- IT SHAN'T HAPPEN AGAIN
The statement says the message
referred to by the United States was
writen in code, and Sweden's first
duty is to ascertain if it was proper-
ly translated. The next action must
I be to get an explanation .from Ger
many. If as represented, without re regard
gard regard to reference made to it here,
Swedenn will take, measures to pre prevent
vent prevent a repition of the occurrence.
SHUTTING OFF SUPPLIES FROM
SWEDEN
Washington, Sept. 11. While Am America
erica America sought to avoid dangerous de developments
velopments developments following disclosure of
Swedish transmission of official Ger German
man German messages from Buenos' Aires,
iwu latis are pa. ten l lu an uustivcis.
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4. x n i
bweaen win De compeuea to mase
oennue ner position as a neuirai, ana
a neutral, and
me aiues miena xnai vierinany suau
cease receiving aia irom ann norinera
European countries.
Some American officials say the
war would end in six months if
Swedish iron imports to Germany
were stopped. The Swedes, it is de declared,
clared, declared, have drained the country of
foodstuffs, by placing vast numbers of
men in iron mines and munition fac factories,
tories, factories, disposing of the products to
Germany.
Should Argentine declare war on
Germany she probably will prevent
any of her foodstuffs reaching Ger Germany
many Germany through neutral channels. This
will be a vost deal of help to the al allies,,
lies,, allies,, too, for Argentina is the last
great food-producing country not now
at war with Germany.1
: (
CHANGES IN FLORIDA
ABSTRACT CORPORATION
Mr. E. L. Stapp, who for some
years has had charge as manager of
the Florida Title & Abstract Corpora Corporation,
tion, Corporation, has resigned his position and
will take up work in the same line at
I some other Florida point. Mr. Stapp's
i man v vears in abstract work makes
several very flattering offers in other
cities, but has not yet decided where
he will locate. However, wherever he
decides to cast his lot he will have the
best wishes of hosts of Ocala friends.
Mr. I. N. Colclough, who has been
connected with the abstract office for
the past three years, will be manager
in charge. He has proven by his
work of these years that he is thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly competent to assume the
duties now placed on him.
FARMERS MEETING
v AT BLITCHTON
There will be a big farmers' meet meeting
ing meeting and rally at Blitchton Saturday,
Sept. 22nd, and every one is cordially
invited to attend.
I aspects the plant board came to the
I conclusion that the Florida farmers
i could not be protected against this
pest unless the shipment of sweet
potatoes and plants into the state was
stopped. Accordingly, at its meetin;
on auc. in. lyiv. tne Doara aaoptea
- t-m w a 1 1 1 J i 1
Rule 32," which prohibits the impor
tation of sweet potato plants and
vines from all states and countries.
While this quarantine will shut off
the steady influx of weevil-infested
material which has been coming into
the state, it will not work any hard hardship
ship hardship on Florida citizens for the state
always has produced more sweet po potatoes
tatoes potatoes than are needed for its own use
and there is no occasion to import
sweet potatoes. Provision is made in
the new quarantine rule for the im importation
portation importation of limited amounts of new
or rare varieties under special permits
issued by the plant commissioner,
Florida.
; Irish potatoes for fall
the Ocala Seed Store.
planting at
tf
Jf TO J on TpmJ5
outfit. W. J. McGehee. distributor, tf

BE

SWEDEN
REGARDING TIE
scon THF
DISTURBERS
Cavalry and Machine Gun Troopers
f Quited Strikers in
Chattanooga
(Associated Press)
Chattanooga, Sept. 11. With two
;cops oi cavalry ana a maenine gun
i company nere, tne prospects tor a re
newal of the car strike disturbance
which threatened serious results last
night seemed remote.
COTTON MARKET
Furnished the Readers of the Star by
the Commercial Bank of Ocala
Npw Ynrlr Rent 11 919 a m
. T
20.40: December. 20.38. Noon. Jan
!uarv: 20.49: October. 20.67: Decern
uarv 20 49
her, 20.57.
New Orleans. Sept. 11, 9:11 a. m.
Opening, January, 19.63; October,
iy.68; December, 19.57. Noon, Jan January,
uary, January, 19.90; October, 19.94; Decem December,
ber, December, 19.86.-
New Orleans spots steady, mid middlings,
dlings, middlings, 20.38.
AN IMMENSE APPROPRIATION
(Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. 11. The war
tax bill, thelargest single measure in
American history, was passed last
night by the Senate. It provides for
a levy of about two billion and four
hundred million "dollars, as compared
with one billion eight hundred and
sivty-seven millions proposed in the
bill which passed the House May 23.
The vote was 69 to four, Senators
Borah, Gronna, LaFollette and Norris
being recorded in opposition.
This great bill, which has been four
months in the making, will be return returned
ed returned to the House today, and then goes
to a conference, with Stone and Will Williams,
iams, Williams, democrats, and Penrose and
Lodge, republicans appointed to con confer.
fer. confer. Of the taxes provided, $840,000,000
will be from incomes; $1,060,000,000
will be from war profits, and most of
the remainder from liquors, tobaccos
and public utilities.
Principal eleventh hour actions of
the Senate were the elimination of all
provisions taxing publishers and in increasing
creasing increasing the second class postage
rates, as well as all consumption tax taxes
es taxes on sugar, tea, coffee and cocoa,
the latter reducing the bill over
eighty millions.
OCALA DOCTORS HONORED
Before Dr. Izlar left the medical
officers' training camp at Fort Ogle Oglethorpe
thorpe Oglethorpe he was made captain, of his
company (No. 1) and was also assist assistant
ant assistant adjutant to Major Boyd, who is
majorof the First Battalion. Dr.
Izlar says that it was quite an hono
for Dr. Watt, who had been at the
training camp" for eleven weeks, and
for-himself, who was there nine
weeks, to be chosen captains of their
companies, because there were only
eight companies to be officered and
I iL 3 J 1. . X
i over a mousana men wj cnoose iiora
A MUSICAL TREAT
s There will be a musical entertain entertainment
ment entertainment Thursday evening, Sept. 13th,
at 8 o'clock at the Metropolitan the theater.
ater. theater. There will be a musical con contest
test contest between the choir of Bethel A. M.
E. crrtTfch, Gainesville, and the Mount
Zion A. M. E. church Ocala. Special
accommodations for our white citi citizens.
zens. citizens. For benefit of Mount Zion
church. 10-4t
Always insist upon having Carter's
BUTTERNUT bread. Get it at your
grocer's or at Carter's Bakery, North
Main street. 7-tf
I have anything in the electrical
line. Ask about them. W. J. McGehee,
distributor. tf

T
Big

Offensive Launched in
Bukowina

WESTERN FRONT OPERATIONS

(Associated Press)

While the soldiers who followed
Gen. Korniloff in his revolt against
the Russian provisional government
were marching on Petrograd, the
Russians in Bukowina, launch an, of offensive
fensive offensive which Berlin admits gained
local advantages.
Quiet on other fronts is mentioned
in available Reports. French raiding
parties were successful in the Cham Champagne
pagne Champagne and the British raided Teuton
trenches on the Somme front.
Five women were hurt when the
Germans dropped bombs on a hospital
near Dunkirk.
The British report says bad weath weath-eris
eris weath-eris hampering aerial, operations.
BATTALION OF DEATH IS BUSY
Petrograd, Sept. 11. Russian
troops have taken the offensive
against the Germans in the region of
tlje Segevold, thirty-two miles north northeast
east northeast of Riga. A Petrograd official
statement says that the "Death Bat Battalion"
talion" Battalion" composed of women soldiers
defeated the Teutons, forcing them
back in a southerly direction.
FLORIDA MEN AT THE
COLUMBIA CAMP
(Associated Press)
Columbia, S. C- Sept. 11. When
the men from two Florida counties
reach Camp Jackson the first five per
cent quota will be in. The total num number
ber number of new soldiers now in camp
stands at 1,645, with only two coun
ties out of three states unrepresented.
The quota coming from the three
states to Camp Jackson are respec respectively,
tively, respectively, South Carolina, 519; North
Carolina, 797; Florida, 329.
LIBRARY REPORT
To the Citizens of Ocala:
The Ocala library which opened
one year, ago Monday submits the fol following
lowing following comparative statement of book
circulation as' between adult and ju juvenile
venile juvenile readers.
Names on register at close of year
ending Sept. 10, 1917, 875. Books in
library, not including periodicals or
pamphlets, 3,562.
. Adult Juv'nle Total
General works . . 19 19
Philosophy 29 29
Religion 31 15 46
Sociology 21 244 26o
Philology ..5 1 6
Natural science ...19 70 89
Useful arts .. ....39 ,34 73
Fine arts 44 44 88
Literature 123 17 140
History .. 11 7 18
Travel 53 39 92
Biography 125 72 197
Fiction 7685 3235 10920
Cur'rtt per'dicals 2034 2034
Foeign Books:
German .'5 5
French 9 9
Spanish .2 2
10,264 3,778 14,032
Since the opening of the library
971 books have been added to acces accessions
sions accessions The library has sent several
bundles of magazines to the soldiers
in this state, 12 joke books to soldiers
in the trenches in France, a box
weighing 329 pounds to the war ser service
vice service for the American Library Asso Association,
ciation, Association, containing books of fiction,
French books, poetry and magazines,
all of which were donated for this
purpose. Respectfully submitted,
The Librarian.
MARION PRODUCTS COMPANY
There will be a meeting of the
stockholders of the Marion Products
Company at the Marion County
Board of Trade room Thursday, Sept.
13, 1917, at 7:30 p. m. Every stock stockholder
holder stockholder is earnestly requested to be
present as there is important business
to be transacted.
L. M. Murray, Secretary.
Let me sell you your feed crusher.
W. J. McGehee, distributor. tf
430 North Magnolia street. 9-ll-t

VOL. 23. NO. 220.

LIMITED TO MINOR ATTACKS BY
SUBMARINE POSSIBLY
W Sill
Fight Took Place with Convoyed
Merchant Fleet Off Coast
of France
(Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. 11. A hostile
submarine is believed to have been
destroyed off the French coast Sept.
5th, when it attacked -a fleet of
merchantmen of which the American
steamer Westwego was one. Two
merchantmen were sunk. The navy
department received a report of the
engagement from Paris.
DONE BY OUR DESTROYERS
As the vessels were enroute to
Europe when attacked they probably
were convoyed by United States de destroyers.
stroyers. destroyers. The warships have been
equipped with depth bombs which are
very deadly.
SILLY CENSORSHIP
A dispatch to the Star this morn-,
ing announced that six submarines
had been sunk, presumably by Amer American
ican American destroyers, off the coast of
France. It was big enough news for
an extra, and we would have printed
one had" we had the force.
At 2:40 this afternoon another dis dispatch
patch dispatch corrected the report to read as
above. Secretary Daniels had just
given out "the information. This is
another result of the silly censorship.
If the news had been given out at
or.ce, the country wouldn't have been
stirred by news of a victory that
never occurred.
UNCL ASSIFIED ADS.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR'
ILAR' SIMILAR' LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE My new home, 6 rooms;
fine location; near both schools. A
bargain. J. E. Frampton, 1109 East
5th St., Ocala, Fla. Phone 185-G. 12t
WANTED By fifteen-year-old high
j-chool boy, place to stay and go to
school. Will do chores naorning and
evening for board. Address Box 124,
Coleman, Fla. 9-8-6t
FOR RENT OR SALE My home
corner Osceola and South Second St.,
either furnished or unfurnished. Mrs.
J. G. Ferguson. 9-l-12t
FOR SALE Lot 110 x 140 second
ward convenient to high school. Small
two-story hou?e, third ward. Both
bargains." W. W. Condon. 17-tf
I OR RENT Comfortable V cottage,
six rooms, corner Tuscawilla and
S. Second streets; sleeping porch, 8 8-foot
foot 8-foot veranda, screens, gas, bath, elec electric
tric electric lights. Apply to Dr. E. Van
Hood or phone 164. 1-tf
FOR SALE Or trade, 16 acres of
land on line of city limits, all under
fence, 3 drilled wells and cistern;
some outbuildings. Will sell cheap
and take Ford car in part payment.
IL II. Meadows, Ocala, Fla. 13-lm
FOR SALE One 1916 five-passenger
Reo car, in first-class condition, cheap
for cash. Apply to John Needham.
The greatest human care and the
highest human intelligence ought to
tion. This describes our service. The
Court Pharmacy.
17-tf

WEATHER

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1-AUfS TWO

OCALA EVENING, STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1917

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
HITTIXGER A CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. LfvDj?owi, Bnftlneiia Maaascr
; J. II. Uenjamln, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice a.s second class matter

Editorial Room, Five-One-Y

Phone Five-One

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The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republi republication
cation republication of all news credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper
and also the local news published herein. All rights of "republication
of 'special dispatches herein are also reserved.

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Raymond Robbins, now of Chicago,
but formerly of Ocala, is now director
of American Red Cross work in Rus

sia.

They have made lots of fun of
American diplomacy, but is there any
record in history of its ever -having
done anything dishoneat?
Less than 300 years ago, Sweden
was one of the most powerful nations
of Europe, now she is the tool of Ger Germany.
many. Germany. It's a long slide down the
toboggan from Gustavus Adolphus to
, Gustav V.
People who think Wisconsin is one
of the states of the German empire
are misplacing their bets. There are
plenty of loyal Americans in it, and
they will tie a can to LaFollette's coat
tail in the next election.

splendid work done by our greatest
state school i3 most thoroughly em emphasized
phasized emphasized now, when such a large pro proportion
portion proportion of its pupils and graduates
are in the army and others making
good in the most necessary walks of
civil life. Dr. Murphree and his fac faculty
ulty faculty will make special efforts to ad advance
vance advance their pupils this autumn and
winter, so let every young man who
can possibly do so attend.
THE JUNIOR PARTNER

POPULAR GAINESVILLE BOYS j

(Gainesville Sun)

The crowds that gathered at the i
Atlantic Coast Line depot yesterday
afternoon had the appearance of a j
Fourth of July picnic excursion, but i

it was only the gathering of relatives
and friends to say good-bye to Sam
McK. Mixson and Glen Stringfellow,
young Americans who were leaving
for the training camp at Columbia.
The young men were given a royal
send-off and the evidence was abun abundant
dant abundant that they are held in high es esteem
teem esteem by the folks at home.
SIXTEEN TO NOTHING

d WMTffl WEMMtG

Portugal has an army corps of
about 40,000 men on the western
front. The little ally, whose friend friendship
ship friendship with Britain dates back centuries,
is not making much noise, but its men
are holding their front.
Tampa is disappointed because
American airmen are to be trained
on the French front instead of in the
suburbs of their town. Learning the
arts of scientific murder would be al almost
most almost impossible in so pleasant a
place as Tampa.
So far as possible now, the consum consuming
ing consuming class should be limited to the sol soldier
dier soldier in the camp and on the firing
line. Every one else should raise
something needed. Tampa Tribune.
Briefly stated, our soldiers should
raise hell and everybody else should
raise something for the soldiers.
' Uncle Sam, unlike Germany, has
not thronged the world with spies, but
the way he showed up Germany's at attempt
tempt attempt to form an alliance with Mex Mexico
ico Mexico and Japan, and his later expose
of the treachery of Sweden, is proof
that the old man has some very effec effectual"
tual" effectual" ways of obtaining information.
You might suppose the present king
of Sweden is a Hohenzollern, but he
isn't. He is the lineal descendent of
Bernadotte, one of Napoleon's mar marshals,
shals, marshals, placed on the' throne by that
great man, whom he afterwards be betrayed.
trayed. betrayed. Treachery seems to run in
the Bernadotte blood.
The Jeffersonian having been sup suppressed,
pressed, suppressed, Tom Watson has purchased
a newspaper in his home town, Thom Thomson,
son, Thomson, Ga., which he calls "The Guard."
If run on the same lines as the Jeff Jeffersonian,
ersonian, Jeffersonian, it might be called "The
Blackguard." Lakeland Telegram.
No matter how it is run, it will be
run by a blackguard while Tom Wat Watson
son Watson runs it.

The silliness, if not the blasphemy,
of the German motto, "Gott Mit Uns,"
is thus shown up by the New York
Herald:
A God of the Soft Spots
It has been explained that whereas
God made man in His own- image the
Prussians made a god in their own
image for special use in their one na

tional industry, which, as Napoleon

said, is making war. A writer in the

Evening Sun aids in solvmer such

mystery as there may be concerning
the character of that Prussian god.

It is a god of the soft spots."

"Onward" with that god the Prus Prussian
sian Prussian hordes swept, singing and shout shouting
ing shouting as they trampled little Belgium
into dust "on stragetic grounds," as
the kaiser, explained to President Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. "Onward" with that god the
Prussians aided Austria in crushing
little Serbia. "Onward" with that
god and with the helpful assistance
of Soukhomlinoff and other traitor
Russians in Germany's pay the
Prussians drove starving and weapon weaponless
less weaponless Russians out of Galicia and
Poland. "Onward" with that god the
Prussians under Prince Leopold went
to the capture of Riga, previously
abandoned.
A brave god, but canny. It fights
shy of Verdun and the Aisne, of Lens
and Flanders,, of the Bainizza, and the
Carso. If anywhere in the 'vicinity
of Hinderburg it is whispering into
the ears of that devoted disciple not
"onward" but "backward to more
victorious retreats!"
A canny god that picks out the soft
spots!

One W. F. La Rowe is going about
the length and breadth of Florida
speaking to sympathetic church peo people
ple people as a minister or religious reform-
m ev,' admitting that he has served six
years for cause in the southern Illi Illinois
nois Illinois prison pen. He has a tale to tell
of cruelty and graft and suffering
among our Florida convicts which he
should be made to prova or to retiact
without loss of timo. We omit the re repulsive
pulsive repulsive particulars the essential
points are that he makes charges
against the bosses at Raiford and
charges Gov. Catts and the board
with either gross neglect or guilty
knowledge of evil. Times-Union.
He is probably built on the same
lines as that veracious newspaper
. man Hearst sent here about nine or
ten years ago.
After seeing, such a pretty picture
story as "Sunshine and Gold," in
which "Baby Mary Osborne" starred,
at the Temple .last night, we can't
help wondering why the movie factor factories
ies factories don't devote themselves to turn turning
ing turning out such pictures instead of the
rotten scandals that go to jtnake up
at least 25 per cent of their output.
Everybody feels better for seeing a
picture with "Baby Mary Osborne"
, in it, and there are plenty of other
subjects in which fun, pathos and
even tragedy can be set forth in a
dean, wholesome way. We can find
more than enough of the cruelty and
treachery and nastiness of the world
in its realities, and it should be the
pleasant task of the picture, makers
to cause us to forget for at least a
brief while the terrors cf truth in the
flowers and music of fiction.
The University of Florida will open
for its fall term Sept. 18. It has been
intimated that on account of the war,
the attendance of the colleges and uni universities
versities universities will fall off this year, but it
. is hoped our biggest state school will
be an exception. There is really
greater necessity for a large school
attendance this year' than ever, and
every boy who desires a college edu education
cation education should be given a chance at
one. There are some state schools
that are bigger than the University of
Florida, but none of better quality
and none more helpful to the young
. men of their commonwealths. The

The city of Ocala began making ex experiments
periments experiments in operating electric and
water plants some years ago. It will
now try its hand in building, or
rather finishing the building, of one.
The contractor who began the work
of erecting the combined water and
electric plant some months ago, hav having
ing having failed to finish the work in the
specified time, the city has taken up
the task. ; Saturday, it took posses possession
sion possession of the nearly completed plant
and directed J. C. Caldwell, superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of the light and water depart department,
ment, department, to finish the work. The con contractor
tractor contractor made a very good job of it un until
til until the work was nearly complete and
then jseemed unable to do the compar

atively easy but very important work

of bringing all the parts together. It

is not exactly understood what the
trouble is, but it is probable that he
was unable to obtain competent work-

Imen. The firms that put in the var-

ious units, tne steam engine, on en engine,
gine, engine, pumps, switchboard, etc., sent
their own skilled men here, but the

outbreak of the war seems to have

made it difficult for Mr. Thompson to
secure men of the required skill just
at this time. He seems to have tried

to do the right thing, but circum

stances have been against him. Mr.
Caldwell is a skilled mechanic and well
acquainted with every line of the
work, the plant has been built under

his eye and he knows just what is

needed. Me is confident that he will
have ; the work complete, in a very
short time. The city will not. lose
any money, and it is probable that

the contractor will lose little if any.

lhe greatest harm done has been the
delay,-which has been annoying, but
not vital. The city is obtaining very
good service from tne plant as it is.

Among its advantages is the most
powerful water pressure in the state,
and the few disadvantages due to in

completeness will soon be remedied.

It is rumored from Lakeland that
our friend Bloom is goiner to have

his great and good friend Catts turn
the Polk county commissioners out of
office and appoint a new board. We

should think that a board of "att-

ocratic commissioners with Bloom for
chairman could make Polk a safe
county for honest men to live in.

Wonder why Bloom didn't think of it

before.

None but "the finest strains cf se se-lected
lected se-lected garden seeds arc used in tht
Pakro Seedtape 30 varieties of gar garden
den garden seed and 18 flowers. Clarkson
Hardware Company. tf

The coffee that you are drinking at
he Harrington Hall dining room and
cafe is the famous Senate brand cof coffee,
fee, coffee, roasted and distributed exclusive exclusively
ly exclusively by the Tampa Coffee Mills. Get
the habit. 7-10-tf

Harmony Glycerine Soap is still
15c the cake. "No advance on it as
yet. Better buy now. Gerig's Drug
Store. tf.

(Gainesville Sun)
Sixteen to one is bad enough, but
sixteen to nothing is "more worse."
At least that is what our soldier boys
think when their ball team came home
from Ocala with that perfectly aw awful
ful awful score registered against them on

Thursday. Making a soldier does not

necessary mean a ball player, and
the only trouble is that Ocala had our
boys sealed up in the goose egg
class.

Mr. H. V. Simons

Special Representative of Marks Arnheim, Inc.
The World's Largest Tailors, of New York, Is Hefr

FIVE YEARS FOR JOHN BRANCH

(Plant City Courier)
John L. Branch, suspended as tax

collector of Hillsborough county last

year by Governor Trammell, and con convicted
victed convicted last week on a charge of grand

embezzlement, was sentenced yester

day by Judge W. b. Graham m cnmi cnmi-inal
inal cnmi-inal court to serve five years in the

state penitentiary. The sentence was
passed following denial of a motion
for a new trial and arrest of judg judgment.
ment. judgment. Attorneys Thomas Palmer

and W. B. Dickenson, counsel for

Branch, gave notive that they would
sue .out a writ of error, and Judge
Graham fixed the amount of'super of'super-cedeas
cedeas of'super-cedeas bond at $8,000. By giving this
bond, Mr. Branch will be at liberty
pending the result of the appeal to
the supreme court.
CANDLER

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500 Styles of All-Woolen Fabrics
Order your suit NOW and have it
delivered any time you desire.

Candler, Sept. 10. Mr. George
Pritchett of Company A was the week
end visitor of his mother, Mrs. Janie
Pritchett.
Mr. J. O. Hightower came over
from his Lake George home last week,
and spent several days among Candler
friends.
Miss Mabel McClain, of the Weirs Weirs-dale
dale Weirs-dale school faculty, came home Fri Friday
day Friday for the week-end vacation, re returning
turning returning Sunday evening.
Mrs. Mitchell is visiting her sister,
Mrs. J. N. Marshall and family. She
has recently returned from a brief
visit to her daughter, Mrs. William
Hyde, in Oklahoma, but prefers the
sunny south even in the summer time.
Sunday afternoon there was a
splash party and. picnic supper given
at Smith Lake in honor of Mr. Sylves Sylvester
ter Sylvester who has been called to report for
duty in Uncle Sam's regiment, which
was .attended by Mr. and Mrs. Sylves Sylvester,
ter, Sylvester, Mr. and Mrs. Lew Kline, Mrs.
Ed DeLong and Messrs. Earl Mar Marshall,
shall, Marshall, James Rex Winkle and Phil
Fort Jr.
Rev. Nation of the Weirsdale and
Candler Presbyterian -churches, deliv delivered
ered delivered an interesting sermon Sunday
evening, to the usual congregation.
Charles Cauthen and brother John Johnnie
nie Johnnie were motor visitors from Sum Sum-rnerfield
rnerfield Sum-rnerfield Sunday.
Mrs. C. W. Quick has proven quite
an expert in the manipulation of her
Maxwell, and may be seen quite fre frequently
quently frequently spinning along the "highways
and byways going herself as well as
her friends pleasure.

II Special Representative H. V. Simons will be here j

ept. Mh lit

h-aid

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EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVE FOR MARKS ARNHEIM, TAILORS.

Special Inducements to U. S. Army Officers--Uniforms to Order

A human life may depend upon the
accuracy and promptness with which
a prescription is looked after. Both
are features at the Court Pharmacy.

Engraved cards and wedding invi invitations
tations invitations at' Gerig's Drug Store. tf.

Rexall Liver Salts is pleasant to
take, and is efficacious. Sold in Ocala
only at Gerig's Drug. Store. tf.

Now is the time to take up the
matter of buying pea hullers. W. J.
McGehee, dstribtuor. tf

PLUMBING AND
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING

When you have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting,; let us furnish yoii
estimates. No job too large lindnond"
too small, tf H- W. "Tucker.

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(By Dr. I. W. SHORT.) -.
The body is a highly organized machine of complicated-parts in which the stomach"; liver and kidneys
work for the common good. Damage to any one of these organs interfers with man as a motor mechanism. If

you will clean the stomach, liver and bowels occasion occasionally
ally occasionally with a gentle laxative you can keep well. Too
much fuel in man's machine, 'such as eating too murh
meat, or alcohol or tea, nervous overwork and lack
of exercise in outdoor air bring constipation and bad bad-health.
health. bad-health. Eat less meat, enty of vegetables, and with
air and good exercise you need little else. If the
liver needs rousing and "most of us need this once a
week take a safe vegetable extract of the leaves of
aloe, May-apple, root of jalap made into a tiny sugar sugar-coated
coated sugar-coated pill, sold by almost every druggist as Doctor
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets and first put up nearly
fifty years ago.
Most people die eventually of an over -acid con condition.
dition. condition. If the blood can be rendered more alkaline,
the longer we live. With regular hours, six to eight
glasses of vvater between meals, sensible coarse food
and a chance to get the poisons out of the system, a
man will live to be a hundred. But, unfortunately,
our highly nervous way of living brings increased
storage of uric acid in the body. This acts as a
poison, and consequently we suffer from headaches,
neuralgia, lumbago, aches or pains, rheumatism, gout.
Get rid of this uric acid poison by taking a harm harmless
less harmless medicine called Anuric, which throws out the

uric acid by stimulating the kidneys. Drink a pirit of hot water before meals and take Anuric (double or triple
strength) after meals and at bed time. Anuric can be obtained at almost any drug store, or send $1.00 to
Doctor Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for full treatment. .Jb..

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or Five-One Y

eigh Heights, Md., for a ten days visit
to Miss Adela Ax. Miss Harriss was
the honor guest of several interesting
motor triDS during her stav with Miss

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Rhode Island and Cnnnptirnt. i

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KISSED IT GOODBYE
Why not pay a small amount each
month and see it go into
YOUR OWN HOME
I have a number of houses you can
buy that way at
$10 A MONTH
call and see my list of houses from
$1000.00 up.
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Room 5 Holder Blk.

Ocala, Fla.

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Your Friend
Who chronicled your birth, my
friend?
Your paper.
Who praised you till your school days
end?
Your paper.
Who joshed about your love sick car carriage
riage carriage ?

And later on announced your mar marriage
riage marriage ?
Your paper.
Who boosted you in business start?
Your paper.
In your mistakes, who took your
part?
Your paper.
Who warned you of opponent's tricks
And helped you win in politics?
Your paper.
Who stuck to you in your hard sled sledding?
ding? sledding? Your paper.
And boosted at your golden wedding?
Your paper.
And now in business, when well set settled,
tled, settled, You quite forget that's why we're
. nettled
Your paper.
Stuart Messenger.
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O. E. S.
The worthy matron of the Ocala
Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S., requests
the officers to meet at the Masonic
hall Wednesday afternoon at four
o'clock for rehearsal.
Atkinson-Briner
The Star has been privileged to see
the following announcement:
"Mrs. Katherine Appel announces
the marriage of her niece, Florence
Amy Briner, to Mr. Edward Albert
Atkinson, on Thursday, the sixth of
September, one thousand, nine hun hundred
dred hundred and seventeen, in the City of
New York."
Mr. Atkinson is the grandson of
the late Col. Edward Atkinson of
New York city, an uncle of Mrs. S. T.
Sistrunk of Ocala. The marriage con connects
nects connects two of New York's oldest and
most prominent families.

Miss Susie Lou Ellis has returned
home after a week's visit to friends
in Orlando.
mm
The Junior Methodist sewing circle
will meet Wednesday afternoon at 4

o'clock with Mrs, D. S. Welch. 2t
. ;
Little Miss Rita Nelson of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, accompanied her aunt, Mrs. E. J.
Crook home last Saturday for a two
week's visit.
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Blackburn and
MrJ and Mrs. C. F. Flippen have re returned
turned returned home after a pleasant ten days
stay at Daytona Beach.
.
Mrs. S. P. Hollinrake and son, who
have been visiting relatives in Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania for a couple of months, leave
Philadelphia today and will arrive
home Thursday.
Miss Lois Livingston left yesterday
on the limited for a several days visit
to relatives in Aiken, S. C. From
there Miss Livingston will go to

Hartsville, S. C, to enter Coker Col College,
lege, College, which opens the 16th.
Miss Pauline Pauley of St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, Mrs. W. E. Farris of New Or Orleans
leans Orleans and Adolph Pauley of Terra
Houte, Ind., motored to the city today
and registered at the Bay View hotel.

Tampa Times.
The Ocala friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Brown of Chattanooga, Tenn.,

will regret to hear of Mr. Brown's
serious illness. Mr. and Mrs. Brown
with a trained nurse went to Roches Rochester,
ter, Rochester, Minn., last Sunday to consult the
Mayo brothers.
m
Mr. John P. Chazal left early this
morning for Camp Mills, N. Y., to
join the engineer's corps which al already
ready already has accepted Messrs. George
and Robert MacKay. The "Rainbow
Division" is under Maj. Gen. Mann,
and expects to go to France next
month. -
,
Mrs. Guy Toph and children have
returned to Lakeland and are at
home to their friends at their home
on Lake Wire. Mr. Toph, we are glad

to state, will also return to Lakeland

as soon as he can wind up some of his
business affairs, reaching here about

the middle of October. Lakeland
Telegram.
Miss Winnie Hunt returned home
yesterday afternoon, from a several
weeks stay in New York and New
Jersey. Miss Hunt spent several
days with Mrs. Marcus Frank in Ar Ar-verne
verne Ar-verne and also visited her uncle, Dr.
J. J. Hunt in Bayo, N. J. Miss Hunt
purchased many beautiful fall "goods
for Frank's Store, which are expected
next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Murrell, who

have been at Mrs. Paul Durand's home

for several months, will move Thurs Thursday
day Thursday into Mrs. Goin's cottage back of
the residence of Mrs. Jeffords. Mr.

Murrell's brother is expected shortly
from the north to spend the winter in
Ocala.
Ocala Chapter No. 28, O. E. S., will
meet on Thursday evening at 7:30 to
resume work again. There will be
something special in the way of en entertainment,
tertainment, entertainment, and all members are re requested
quested requested to be present. All visiting
members are alsc cordially invited to
attend this meeting. v 3t

Miss Caroline Harrissf who has been
delightfully entertained by Miss
Claudia Wright in Newport News for
the past Tnonth, left today for Earl-

Senior Epworth League Picnic
The Senior Epworth League gave a
picnic at Silver Springs last night,
and it rained, too. Those who plan-
m c 4"-k on Jrsrr Viicr cfffiiv n'nvn vAiirff

jmen and young ladies, boys and girls,
but the weather man must have
' it -1- Xl 1 1 1

inougni mey were oucks ior ne pave
them a rain to enjoy themselves in.
At 5:30, big, black, angry, heavy heavy-looking
looking heavy-looking clouds hung in the northern
sky, but they did not hang there long,
for they began to move and they trav traveled
eled traveled fast and every minute they cov covered
ered covered a space of the sky. These clouds
threatened to break up a pleasant
well planned affair, but they were
doomed to disappointment. With
fury the clouds traveled onward, first

!a quarter, then half, until at 6 o'clock

the whole of the sky-was dark. Under
the shadow of the clouds the earth
was black, the lightning flashed, the
thunder rolled and the rain came
down in torrents. So be it, the young
people had gathered at the Metho Methodist
dist Methodist church and the cars were ready.
They filled the cars, six, eight, ten
and twelve to the car, and soon were
on the way to the springs. The trip
was uneventful, except that it rained.
After the young people arrived and
took stock of themselves, some felt
as if they had arrived in a submarine,
and others looked as if they had swam
out or arrived on the water wagon.
This is no reflection on the cars, only
on the weather. The young people ar arrived
rived arrived and having arrived, proceeded to
enjoy themselves.
Some of the young people went in
swimming and the others took pos possession
session possession of the pavilion and enjoyed
different games and other entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. .After a time a picnic supper
was spread and a feast of good
things enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Bouvier, Mr. Chas. E. Simmons and
Mrs. Fred Cook chaperoned the
leaguers. Others at the picnic were:
Misses Ruth Simmons, Ullaine Bar Bar-nett,
nett, Bar-nett, Jewel Bridges, Luvy Lee Schoe Schoe-fiin,
fiin, Schoe-fiin, Katie May Eagleton, Helen Veal,
Delia Livingston, Eloise Bouvier,
Margaret Little and Messrs. Dexter
Phillips, Marshall Bouvier, Carroll
Fraser, Sam Hickel Jr., Sam Phillips,
Claude Barnett, John Cook, Duncan
Elliott, Ralph Simmons, John Bouvier

and others.

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be certain that they are compounded

of the best drugs, the utmost care and
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We fill prescriptions acurately and
deliver them promptly. You don't
have to telephone us to ask "Why
don't you send up the medicine the
doctor ordered." Try us once, and
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They Are 153 In Number and Are Scat
tered Over Nineteen States.
Under authority of an act of congress
passed iu lS'J the president of the
United States Is empowered to set
apart public lands bearing forests as
public reservations. The primary pur purposes
poses purposes of the national forests are to in insure
sure insure continuous production of timber
and favorable conditions a9 to flow of
water. As means to these ends strict
supervision i.s maintained over the sale
of mature timber, and the forest areas
are guarded asrainst fire.
These areas are much dsed by camp campers,
ers, campers, hunters and fissherrnen. "Recrea "Recreation
tion "Recreation maps" are i.ssued, which not only
present maps of many of the national
forests, showing towns, streams, roads
and trails, but contain information per pertaining
taining pertaining to camp sites, fish and game,
and campers' registers are kept at the
headquarters of the forest supervisors.
The natiouul forests, lo3 in number,
are scattered over nineteen states,
Alaska and Porto Iiico. All but two
of these states. Florida and Michigan,
lie west of the Mississippi. The total
area of national forest land, excluding
that of other lands within national for forest
est forest boundaries, is 214,180 square miles.
This area is nearly as great as that of
the state of Texas, or of New England,
New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey,
Delaware, Maryland, District of" Co Columbia,
lumbia, Columbia, Virginia and West Virginia
combined, or of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois.
Michigan and Wisconsin combined.

EAT ORANGES AT NIGHT.

Then You Will Sleep Soundly and Rise
Happy In the Morning.
If you are troubled with sleepless sleeplessness
ness sleeplessness or if you are restless at nights, eat
oranges before retiring. Oranges are
the best sedative iu the world. A man
on the orange diet will ne Jr get rheu

matism, and he will have no appetite

for alcoholic liquors. Both apples and
oranges cure the liquor habit.

Oranges, eaten before .retiring, will
make you sleep so soundly that you
arise in the morning invigorated and
refreshed, with the notion that you
have been drugged with some potion
that makes life all the happier and joy joy-ous.!
ous.! joy-ous.! The acid of the orange will help
purge you in case you need purging,
and the sugar of the orange will sweet sweeten
en sweeten your breath and your whole body.
The coolness of the juice will reduce
the fevers of your digestive tract, and
you will be 1,000 per cent better off for
the orange diet.
Orange buds and orange leaves steep steeped
ed steeped in hot water and made into a tea
are also splendid sedatives.
The orange was originally a berry In
Asia. It was brought Into Europe by
Alexander the Great, and it has been
greatly improved since Alexander's
time, especially by the horticulturists
of California.
The oranges are not growing here for
nothing. They thrive here because na nature
ture nature intends them to be used by you as
a food. Los Angeles Times.

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day. Sunday. To Pviladelphia direct. Thursday.
Wireless telegraph on all ships. Accommodations unsurpassed. Res Reservations,
ervations, Reservations, fare or any information cheerfully furnished on appli application.
cation. application. MERCHANTS & PIERS TRANSPORTATION COMPANY

Jacksonville, Florida
J. F. WARD. T. P, A L. D. JONES, C. A.

II. C. Avery, Agent.

When Brodie Bluffed Mitchell.
Once when in England Steve Brodie.
the famous bridge jumper, was in a
party which included Charlie Mitchell,
the prizefighter. .Mitchell made some
remarks derogatory to John L. Sullivan,

to which Brodie rejoined with some

sarcastic observations on the sprinting
ability Mitchell displayed while in the
ring with Sullivan. This angered the
prizetighter. who knocked Brodie flat.
As he scrambled to his feet Mitchell
made another rush at him, but by then
Brodie had a pistol in his hand and,
thrusting it under his assailant's nose,
remarked: "You think you're goin to
make a reputation on lickin' Steve Bro Brodie,
die, Brodie, don't you? Well, you Just hit me
once and there'll be a lot In the papers
about it, but you won't read it." That
closed the Incident.

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Ocala, Fla.

Watches, Thick and Thin.
Although some of the early watches
were very small in circumference, they
were thick, and the "front and back

fairly bulged so that they were more

the shape of an apple than a cookie,
which they really resemble today. The

waferlike watch Is an Invention of

very recent times, and the process of
thinning it Is even now going on. The
obvious advantage of the thin watch
Is that It can be placed In the belt or

nocket without makine a bulge. If

watches had always been worn round

the necks they might still be spherical

rather than disklike in shape. lx

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ask you again, to let us know, for thit is the only way we can accomplish
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OCALA EVENING, STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1917
AMERICA'S GREAT NEED.

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BLACK FRIDAYS.

Elks meet thi3 evening.

Odd Fellows meet tonight.-
H. M. Hampton, a well known citi citi-zf
zf citi-zf n of Ocala, is a guest of the Bay
View. Tampa Times.
See Blalock Brothers for Goodrich'
touring information. tf
Mr. L. II. Pillans is spending a
ccuple of days in Alachua on busi business
ness business matters.
Let me figure with you on your oil
engine. W. J. McGehee, distributor, tf
Rev. J. R. Herndon, pastor of the
Presbyterian church, will reach home
Friday from his summer vacation and
will preach at his church Sunday
morning and evening.
,
Ford tops re-covered, $12.50, at the
Ocala Wagon Works. Phone 84. tf
Today's Times-Union contains a
picture of Kenneth Ramsaur, son of
Sirs. J. G. Ramsaur. Kenneth i3
well-known in Ocala, where he pass passed
ed passed some years of his boyhood. He is
now doing his bit in the navy.
Mr. Qeorge Allen of Floral Cily
was brought to the Marion County
Hospital this morning. Mr. Allen had
one foot cut off while running a
mower on his farm.
Get your Irish potato seed for fall
planting at the Ocala Seed Store, tl
A marriage license wa3 issued to today
day today by Judge Smith to Mr. Amos
Ivey Allegood and Miss Bessie Bell
Brooks.
Mr. Sam Goldman, among the first
men drafted for army service in Day Day-tona,
tona, Day-tona, is here for a few days' visit
with his brother, Mr. B. Goldman be before
fore before leaving for the front. Mr. Gold Goldman
man Goldman has disposed of his mercantile
business in Daytona.
The sheriff's office has heard noth nothing
ing nothing from the copies of affidavits
promised by the governor some ten
days ago.
Sam (Roundtree, the negro convict convicted
ed convicted about two weeks ago of having
more than his quota of liquor in his
possession, took French leave from
the jail yard a few days ago, and has
not been apprehended. He was to
have been forwarded to the peniten penitentiary
tiary penitentiary authorities on the day he made
his get-away.
Besides being the best, Carter's
EUTTERNUT bread is "made in
Ocala." Insist upon having Carter's
bread from your grocer. 7-tf
A burglar broke into Fishel's store
last night, but was not able.to get
away with any large quantity of
goods. Officers are working on the
case.
The fire department had two small
fires to deal with Saturday. One was
in Jacobsville, where a small hole
was burned in the wall of a negro
cabin. The one Sunday was in the
house of a colored woman on North
Magnolia, and was also put out be before
fore before much harm was done.
9-6Z aAV BUSABpio 2,01 SOI2lUBD
Gasoline, 27c. Blalock Bros. (Vul-
Harmony Glycerine Soap is still
15c the' cake. No advance on it as
yet. Better buy now. Gerig's Drug
Store. tf.
SPECIAL RATES ON
' MAGAZINES FOR SOLDIERS
Uncle-Sam is going to make it
easier for you to send your old maga magazines
zines magazines to his soldiers and sailors at the
front in Europe, according to an or-
der issued by Postmaster General
Burleson.
Uncle Sam does not even trouble
you to wrap, address or weigh the
magazine. After, reading it, resting
in your big arm chair, just stick a
one-cent stamp where it tells you on
the cover of the magazine, no matter
how much the magazine weighs, and
hand it to any postal employee. Of
course, Uncle Sam, will not lick the
stamp for you.
Magazines to be accepted for mail mailing
ing mailing under this order must have print printed
ed printed in the upper right hand corner of
the front cover the following:
Notice to Reader
When you finish reading this mag magazine
azine magazine place a one-cent stamp on this
notice, hanS same to any postal em employee
ployee employee and it will be placed in the
hands of our soldiers or sailors at the
front. No wrapping. No address.
A. S. Burleson, P. M. Gen.
PH0NE117
Dr. A. R. Blott
Veterinarian
TOMPKINS STABLE
Ocala,
Florida
Mclver & MacKay
UND'ERTAKFRS 1 and EMB AIMERS
PHONES 47, 104. 305
OCALA; FLORIDA

Teaching That Will Lead to Content Contentment
ment Contentment and Stability.
No steam boiler is safe without Itt
provision against overpressure. A per perfectly
fectly perfectly even application of its power tc
the work It is doing is not possible
All through mechanics runs this same
necessity of safeguarding against the
surplus of force wbich must be generat generated
ed generated to accomplish the work which the
machine is set to do. The safety valve
for steam power and the fuse for elec electric
tric electric circuits are mechanical essentials.
Sanity, national as well as individual,
demands balance It demands men and
women who unite with special practical
efficiency In producing an equal skill
and wisdom In using products. The
most vitally important question of our
immediate future Is not what wealth
and leisure can we achieve as an aver average
age average for our people, but what stra.ll we
do with the wealth and leisure which
as an average we do secure.
It is assumed in our educational
thought that with more money and
leisure will come more contentment and
stability. These will only wme to a
people prepared to secure and under understand
stand understand them. Unless our schools give
their pupils this preparation we shall
some day need a cataclysm to show us
the eternal fitness of things. Rochester
Post-Express.

MEANING OF HORSEPOWER.
And How Parson In Lifting Weight
May Expend That Fore.
.It has been estimated that to lift 550
pounds one foot In one second requires
what Is known as one horsepower.
Similarly a horsepower Is able to raise
twice that weight one foot In twice the
time' or one-half foot in Just that time.
Moreover, It can raise half 550 pounds
one foot In half a second or two feet in
a second, and so on. Therefore, if
you lift one-quarter of that weight,
137 pounds, four feet In one second
you are exerting a horsepower.
-Accordingly, when a person who
weighs 137 pounds runs upstairs at
the rate of four feet a second he is ex
erting the equivalent of a horsepower.
For a man weighing twice that much,
275 pounds, It would be necessary to
climb at the rate of only two feet a
second- to exert a horsepower.
It Is possible to do much more. As a
matter of fact, a horse often exerts
many times a horsepower. The aver
age horse can draw a wagon up a hiil
.where a ten horsepower engine with
the same load would fail, A horse
power does not represent the greatest
momentary strength of the average
horse, but is a measure of the power
which he can exert continuously.
Syracuse Herald.
Washington's Tomb.
At the late date of 1S27 a wish ex
pressed by General Washington in his
will was obeyed. He had called at
tention to his selection of a spot for
a new tomb for himself and family
and those of the family already burled
in the old vault. The bid tomb was
dlsadvantageously situated on the side
of a hill which was subject to land
slides. For "the new vault he specified
not only the spot, but also dimensions
and materials. According to .these, his
own plans, a tomb was built, and his
and Mrs. Washington's bodies' were
transferred to it, along with the re remains
mains remains in the old vault of other mem members
bers members of the family. The latter were
buried together within the vault, out
or sight, while the bodies of General
and Mrs. Washington are' in stone cof coffins
fins coffins above the ground, within plain
view between the slender bars of .a
grated iron doorway. It is for this
reason that the most illustrious of our
dead has so simple a mausolenjn
. 1 f i t t
oDeuience to nis wisn.
Neighborhood Society.
"Oh, mother,'" cried Mabel, who had
never visited in the country, "I have
Just had a letter from my schoolmate
inviting me to siend two weeks on her
father's farm!"
, Mabel's mother looked up languidly.
Yes, NJear," she remarked, "and
what does she say about the society
In the neighborhood? Does she men
tion any one?"
"No," answered Mabel thoughtfully,
"but I've heard her mention the Hol-
stelns and Guernseys."
"Oh, well,", said her mother, "I pre
sume they are pleasant people," Ex
change.
Story of a Lion.
. One of Sir Charles Wakefield's pred
ecessors in office, while in the Arabian
desert, came face to face with a lion
of parts. Down on his knees went the
worldly knight in fervent prayer. The
lion understood or did not and re
treated supperlees. Thereupon the pil
grim came home and gave 200 to the
Church of St Katherlne Cree, Leaden-
hall street, where the lion sermon is
still preached on each anniversary of
tne escape, Oct. lti. London Chronicle.
Volubility.
Mabel (studying her lesson) Papa,
what is the definition of "volubility?"
Mabel's Father My child, volubility is
a distinguishing feature of your mother
when on account of urgent bnsiness af
fairs I don't happen to reach home un
til after 2 o'clock in the morning.
It's Use.
"Maud has a very t neajjing rsoa-
ality."
"Yes. That's how she's managed to
get so many diamond rings." Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore American.
Cause and Effect.
"Lillian's health is greatly unproved.
"Yes: her good looking doctor got
married. St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Climbing is performed in the same
posture with creeping. Swift.

(Continued from Third Page,

Mrs. G. B. Stein left Sunday for a
visit to her father in South Florida.
Miss Agnes Thompson of Oxford is
the attractive guest of Miss Dorothea
Weber.
Miss Belle Andrews has returned to
Oxford after an extended visit to her
sister-in-law, Mrs. P. W. Whiteside.
The friends of Mrs. Grace Burk-
lalter, who has been quite ill for over
two weeks, are glad to hear she is
much better today.
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Miss Lucy Wood of Archer, who
has been the attractive guest of Miss
Ava Lee Edwards for a week or more,
returned to her home Sunday.
V
Mrs. Will Pelot of. Owens, who
has been visting Mrs. "Whiteside and
Miss Josie Williams for some -time,
went up to Jacksonville yesterday to
consult Dr. Taylor, the eye specialist.
Mr. and Mrs. William Edwards.
who have been visiting in New York,
will stop in Ocala tomorrow for a
three days' visit to Mr. and Mrs. John
L. Edwards and family before return returning
ing returning to their home in Zellwood, Fla.
m w
An official government made war
picture will be shown at the Temple
today ..with an L-Ko. comedy and a
Pathe News. Manager Bennett has
secured some new comedies, the
Billy West series, which are con
sidered much better and funnier than
the L-Ko's. There will be run in the
place of the later in a couple of
weeks' probably with one of the latest
and most popular serials.
The members of the Tuesday auc
tion club are being entertained this
afternoon by Miss Helen Brown. Only
the members are playing, but are undoubtedly-
enjoying the games, and
Miss Kathleen Jackson for the last
time. Miss Jackson is the first bride
to be from the Tuesday club and her
wedding plans are of far more inter interest
est interest than mere cards. Miss Brown will
serve fruit salad and iced tea and will
give pretty pansy-chaped sachets for
the top score.
Mrs. J. C. Caldwell and sons are
spending several weeks in Mr. H. A.
Fausett's cottage at Eastlake.
Red Cross Rooms to-be Re-opened
Beginning Saturday, Sept. 15th, the
Red Cross room in the old Anderson
Pharmacy next to the Munroe and
Chamhliss bank, will be re-opened for
different Red Cross purposes. The
headquarters from then on will be
opened on Monday and Saturdays
only.
Mrs. Lanier Robertson and children
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Dur-
and at Yalaha. s
Miss Clare Leonard of Jacksonville
is the guest of Miss Ella Bogie. Miss
Clare lived here for several years,
and her friends are glad to see her
again.
. Mrs. D. W. Tompkins and Miss
Irene Tompkins, who have spent the
past month at the Maiestic hotel in
Atlanta, returned home yesterday af
ternoon, lhey were accompanied by
Mr. Tompkins, who spent the past
week with his family.
W. K. Lane,' m. L.: Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building. Ocala,
Florida. tf
Bad Stomachs
Buisiness Failures
In this day of high efficiency more
failures are due to disordered Stom Stomachs
achs Stomachs than to any other cause. Nothing
undermines the body vand mind so
quickly as Stomach Trouble. It saDs the
energy and reduces ambition and vital
ity to a low ebb. Cathartics frequently
aggravate the trouble. Overcome
quickly your Stomach, Liver and In Intestinal
testinal Intestinal Trouble with Mayr's Wonder
ful Remedy, as it Teaches the seat of
the disease. Millions have been re restored
stored restored by it. Let one dose of Mayr's
Wonderful Remedy convince you to today.
day. today. For sale by The Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. No. 3
Evening Star
Unclassified
Ads.
Bring
Results
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or less one time 25 cents;
three times 50 cents; six
times 75 cents Over twenty-five
words, and under fif fifty,
ty, fifty, double above rate.
This rate is for consecutive
insertions. Special rate by
the month. Try them out.
PHONE

Firt of These Financial Terrors Came
In London In 1745.
Several of the great financial panles
of the past have commented en a Fri Friday,
day, Friday, and this has given rie to one of
the pet superstitions of the stock ex
changes and bourses of the world
that the sixth day of the week is
fraught with ill omen for those en engaged
gaged engaged in financial operations-
The orhdnal "Black Friday" occurred
Dec. 6, 1745. in London. On that date
tidings reached the metropolis that the
pretender, Bonnie Prince Charlie, had
reached Derby with his forces. Lon Londoners"
doners" Londoners" immediately made preparations
to fly from the city, and a panic pre prevailed.
vailed. prevailed. It was on that occasion that
the Bank of England had its closest
call in its long history. The citizens
were anxious to take their money with
them, and the Bank of England was
besieged by an army of depositors.
The bank escaped bankruptcy only by
the expedient of placing dummies" in
the line to impede genuine depositors
and by paying bona fide depositors in
small coins, thus consuming much
time.
The first "Black Friday" of latter
day financial history was in 1S68 and
.was due to the failure of one of Lon
don's largest banking houses. Three
years later Wall street had a "Black
Friday, due to an attempt to engineer
a corner in gold. The worst of all

"Black Fridays" was that of 1873.
when on Friday, Sept. 18, it seemed
that the whole financial structure of
the new world had crumbled into ruins.
Exchange.
A FAMILY ORCHESTRA.
Has Your Home One, and, if It Ha,
Does This Just Fit It? J X
When two people conduct an orches orchestra
tra orchestra there Is plot material. If the two
are knit by marriage ties the plot thick thickens.
ens. thickens. Endicott and I conduct a family
orchestra, he at the piano, I playing
second violin. I know more about mu music
sic music than does Endicott; he is more mu musical
sical musical than I. I keep the time; he has
the temperament. Temperament Is
more noble than time, but time, I shall
always insist, has its place, perhaps
nowhere more appropriately than in an
orchestra. He at the piano can domi dominate
nate dominate the situation more neatly than I.
In my position among the strings! how however,
ever, however, I can more readily organize a
strike.
The rest of the pieces are presided
over by our children, young people of
Inflexible spirit and chromatic moods.
Sometimes we doubt whether we have
our troupe under the rigid control which
as parents we might expect to com command.
mand. command. The conductivity of an orches orchestra,
tra, orchestra, says our son Geoffrey, varies with
the distance of the blood relationship
between artists and conductor. When
the children were little we held the
pleasant theory that a family orchestra
would draw us all close together, stand
Ing always as a symbol of our perfect
harmony. That would be all right If
the harmony would only "go to suit us
all equally at the same time. As It Is
our little band, in which observers find
so touching a picture of hearthside uni
ty, suggests sometimes all the elements
of guerrilla warfare. Atlantic Monthly
A Statue That Never Was Built.
Mount Athos, in Turkey, was the spot
contemplated by a sculptor for the most
Imposing monument that man had ever
had. The sculptor DInocrates offered
to cut the huge mountain mass Into
the form of a statue of Alexander
which should hold a city in the left
hand and in the right a basin to. re receive
ceive receive all the waters that flowed from
the mountain.
Alexander was much taken by the
plan, but rejected It for the practical
reason that there was not food enough
In the district to feed the inhabitants
of the proposed town. So the canal cut
by Xerxes to enable the ships to es escape
cape escape sailing round the mountain re remained
mained remained the greatest enterprise ever
achieved there.
Equity and Economy.
Two men, strangers to each other,
were seated together on the outside of
a tramcar, and both filled their pipes
simultaneously. One, however, struck
his match first, and the other request requested
ed requested that he might share the light. Hav Having
ing Having done so, he took from his pocket
a box of matches and handed one to
his obliging neighbor. "It Is foolish,
he said, "to strike two when one will
do, but I can't very well expectyou to
provide that one when I have some
also. Let me pay! A mind of nice
balance In equity as well as economy!
London Chronicle.
Vain Quests.
A little girl -who was trying to tell a
friend how absentminded her grandpa
was said, "He walks around, thinking
about nothing, and when he remem remembers
bers remembers it he then forgets that what he
thought of was something entirely dif different
ferent different from what he wanted to remem remember."
ber." remember." Christian Register.
Caught Both Ways.
Mrs. Exe My servant girl has left
me. She said I had so much company
there was too much work to do. Mrs.
Wye That's singular. Mine has left
me too. She said I had so little com company
pany company it showed I had no social posi position.
tion. position. Boston Transcript
Not Yet.
Mrs. Bacon Don't you think I'm en entitled
titled entitled to a pension, John? Mr. Bacon Bacon-Why,
Why, Bacon-Why, no. A pension is something you
get after you are through fighting.
Yonkers Statesman.
One reason we are not successful Is
that we' sidestep Opportunity and
hake hands with Temptation.

Hilled State Ti

We have a stock of fresh, New Rubber, UNITED,
STATES TIRES, ii. Maxwell and Ford Sizes.
We will give your Tire adjustments prompt and
satisfactory attention.

YONGE BLOCK,.
Ocala,

ASHEV1LLE
and the Mouutains of Western North Carolina are
now Only Seventeen Hours from Florida by the
Through Service of the
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
SCHEDULE
Lv. Ocala S. A. L. Ry 4:15 p.m.
Lv. Jacksonville S. A. L. Ry ..8:10 p.m.
Lv. Columbia JSou. Ry. System ... 7:05 a.m.
Ar. Hendersonville .Sour-Ry. System 1:00 a.m.
Ar. Asheville .Sou. Ry. System. 2.10 p.m.
Ar. Cincinnatti .. ...Scu. Ry. System'. ....8:10 a.m.
Electrically lighted Pullman Standard Berth and Drawing-room
Sleeping Cars daily from Jacksonville to Asheville and Cincinnati.
Dining Car Service Columbia tr Asheville.
Low Round Trip Fares. Long "Limits. Liberal Stop-overs.
For Literature and Information Apply to
JOHN BOISSEAU, C. P. T. A., G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A
Ocala, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla,

Excursion Rates
FROM ...LIS
OCALA to :
$42.05 New York $40,05 Philadelphia
347.80 Chicago V $37.55 Cincinnatti
- $41.80 St. Louis
Tickets on sale daily with final limit October 31st.
THROUGH SLEEPERS DINING CARS
VIA
ATLANTIC COAST 'LINE
jtTAV.M! t .V All OF THE SOUTH
For tickets and reservations call on

M R. WILLIAMS
T. A., Ocala, Florida.

The Commercial Bank-

OCALA.

CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
State Ouitty und Cily Depository.

FKJE
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SOLID QUART, 60c.
SOILD PINT, 30c.

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OPPOSITE FLORIDA HOUSE

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COUNTY AGENTS
THE CUBAN GUANO COMPANY
This Fertilizer can't be excelled for
Lawns, Gardens, Sugar Cane, Sweet
Potatoes, Orange Groves and in fact
any vegetables requiring Phosphoric
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Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
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Ads. 17
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Ocala, Fla.
Let Blalock Bros, do your tire and
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