OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1914
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UT IT IS YET TOO EARLY FOR THE ALLIES
QLDIERS OF FilAflCt MID ENGLAND COMPLAIN OF JOE
JOHNSON TACTICS, BUT OFFICERS IE
Paris, Sept. 5. fAn official an an-uncement
uncement an-uncement was made today that-the
rman advance on Paris has been
ecked, and that the invaders, who
Ive ibeen halted west of the river
Argonne, are endeavoring to in in-gurate
gurate in-gurate an encircling (movement.
ALIENS ORDERED OUT
Paris, Sept. 5. All Austrians and
rmans have been order to leave
iris within 4S 'hours.
CK ON PARIS SEEMS TO
HAVE BEEN ABANDONED
Paris, Sept. 25. The German
tnies are today 34 miles east and
rth of Paris, (but apparently have
andoned their attack upon the city
d its forts.
LDIERS CHEAV THE RAG, BUT
OFFICERS ABE SILENT
There is great dissatisfaction re re-rted
rted re-rted in the ranks of the allied
pops, wno aon t unaerstana wny
ey are continually retreating as
ey 'have not ibeen defeated. The
ief officers observe grim silence.
French authorities are supremely
nfldent that the Germans are -una-
h to take Paris.
RMANS FIND THEIR NEW
VIXCE A MOST UNTBAC UNTBAC-4
4 UNTBAC-4 TABLE POSSESSION
I stend, Sept. 5. Fighting con-
jes around Alost and Termonie.
rigiuxn. The railway near Alost
is been wrecked and the Germans
e bomibarding Termonde, which is
Melines 'has been tabandone'd by the
WHAT HAS BECOME OF THE
SEVENTY THOUSAND RUS RUSSIANS
SIANS RUSSIANS GERMANY CAP CAP-TUBER
TUBER CAP-TUBER LAST WEEK
Berlin, Sept. 5. (Delayed) The
Tageblattes states that the following
prisoners are held by the Germans:
'French, 263 officers and 15,000
Russians 70' officers and 10,000
Belgians, 12,000 men.
HAVE 0 I
GATES OF HAVRE
FRENCH SEAPORT IS AN OPEN
TOWN AND PEOPLE FLEEING
' TO ENGLAND
Havre, Sept. 5. 'Havre will ibe
abandoned by French troops and
made an open town. Wounded sol sol-diers
diers sol-diers and (American refugees are 'be 'being
ing 'being taken to London.
TOUCHES THE SKY
as Risen to a Dollar and Nineteen
' Cents anil a Half
Chicago,' Sept. 5. September
heat is selling for -$1.19.
SHU III A CIRCLE
MOVEMENT OF GERMAN ARMIES
AROUND PARIS TOWARD
Paris, Sept. 5. It was officially
announced today that the hrdications
are now that the Germans are mak making
ing making a long rounding movement, leav leaving
ing leaving Paris on the right and moving
in a southeasterly direction.
OLD f.lEN DUG
Copenhagen, Sept. 5. The Count
of Thorpberg, who arrived here this
morning from a trip through Ger Germany,
many, Germany, reports it is a land of mourn mourning.
ing. mourning. Germany's last line of reserves has
been called to arms. The losses have
been colossal, the heaviest being at
Mons, Charleroi and the line before
The streets of the cities through
which the count passed were almost
deserted and the tramways, omni omnibuses
buses omnibuses and many positions on the rail railways
ways railways are ibeing -conducted by women.
Germany is almost denuded of men,
both old and young.
ACCOUNTS OF THE DEAD AND
WOUNDED OF THE. WAR
DIFFER, BUT ALL .ARE
'London, Sept. 5. The Standard's
Paris correspondent's latest estimate
of the war thus far is:
The (French losses are 30,000 kill killed
ed killed and 70,000 wounded and missing.
Germans: 30,000 killed and 150,-
000 wounded or mlssin
Other estimates are 'much larger.
The Standard's Copenhagen corres correspondent
pondent correspondent declares that Germany has
lost 100,000 men killed.
BIG GERMAN ARMY THINKS IT IS
THE SHORTEST ROAD
Petrograd, Sept. 5. The Russians
are now moving on Posen, which is
the shortest route to Berlin. The
defeat of the Austrian army at Za Za-imost
imost Za-imost cleared the way for this ad advance.
vance. advance. One immense 'Russian army is
iproceeding toward Berlin, and an another
other another is pursuing the Austrians, who
retired on Cracow, Jaroslaw and
The captured territory of Austria
and Prussia is being administered by
For the next thirty days we will
sell stock, poultry and cattle pow powders
ders powders and medicines for one-half
price. Ocala Seed Store. S-18-tf
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LEMBEBG IS IN RUSSIAN HANDS
AND CZAR'S TROOPS ARE
I PUSHING NORTHWARD
Vienna, Sept. 5. -The Austrians
admit the capture of Lemberg by the
BIG FORCE AT BAY
Petrograd, Sept. o.Eighty thou thousand
sand thousand Austrian soldiers, cut. off from
the main body are at bay: west of
Lemberg, which city is now in the
hands of the (Russian forces.
SUDDEN MOVE FROM CENTER
IRome, Sept. 5. A disaptch from
Vienna announces that following the
capture of Lemberg, the most im important
portant important fortified town in Galicia, the
Russian center suddenly moved to
the north against the 'Austrian region
of Lublin and Zjomhac.
RUSSIANS DO NOT
REGRET TO REPORT
Ivan Ivanowski is Pressing Fiercely
and Numerously Upon the
London, 'Sept. 5. A Petrograd
special to the .Reuter Telegraph Co.
says the commander-in-chief has no notified
tified notified the emperor that the Russians
have occupied Lembert.
The commander-in-chief's message
was as follows:
"With extreme joy and thanking
God, I announce to your majesty
that the victorious army under Gen.
Ruzsky captured Lemberg at 11
o'clock this morning. The army of
Gen. Brussiloff has taken Halicz.
"I beg your majesty to confer on
Gan. RuzsTcy recognition of services
preceding the 'battles the fourth class
of the Order of St.1 George and for
the capture of- Lemberg the third
class of .the same order, and on Gen:
Brussiloff the fourth class of the
A dispatch to Renter's from Petro Petrograd
grad Petrograd contains this official communi communication:
cation: communication: "According to latest reports the
battles of September 2 resulted in
Russian victories. In order to coun counteract
teract counteract Russian intentions a vigorous
attack was made which resulted suc successfully,
cessfully, successfully, the enemy retiring precip-
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TRIPLE ENTENTE POWERS WILL STAND Oi
mm AGREEMENT THAT NONE WILL MAKE. PEACE UNTIL
ALL ARE SATISFIED
itately. Our trophies are a fiag fiag-miltrailleuse
miltrailleuse fiag-miltrailleuse and many prisoners."
A Million and a Half
The Petrograd correspondent of
the Times says:
'The forts of Lemberg have fallen
and ether Austrian armies have been
engaged in northern Galicia near
Lublin. We may yet have to chron chronicle
icle chronicle the complete disruption of the
dual monarchy's armed forces.
"The operations extended over an
enormous 'front of 200 miles and
probably a million and a half men
were engaged. The 'Austrians ex extreme
treme extreme right sustained enormous
losses 'but the most terrible blow was
dealt them by the gallant Ruzsky's
army, which starting from Rovno,
proceeded toward the southwest
spreading fanwtse so as to involve
the region north and south of Lem Lemberg,
berg, Lemberg, menacing the rear of the Lub Lublin
lin Lublin army and threatening to cut its
co mm un lotion.
"To parry these movements the
Austrians transferred several army
corps from the -west side of the Vis Vistula
tula Vistula and moving them ibehind Lub Lublin,
lin, Lublin, hurled them at Ruzsky.
"The result of this movement is
chonicled in today's official bulletin
of victory. The Austrians desperate
onslaught on (Ruzsky's army has been
attended with a whole series of dis disasters,
asters, disasters, notably the destruction of the
Sixth army corps at Laschoff, a few
miles east of Towaszow."
London, Sept. 5. It is officially
announced this afternoon that Great
Britain, France and Russia have
signed an agreement that not one of
the allies shall make or accept peace
overtures unless the other two
agree. All three powers will stand
! together to the very last.
CONGRESS IS PUTTING A WAR
TAX ON ALL OUR LITTLE
Washington, D. C.f Sept. 5. The
House ways and means committee Is
today formulating plans to raise :
an hundred million dollar -war tar.
(No time will be lost in enacting ther
measure into law. ,A tax is likelv to
(be placed on gasoline, railroad tick tickets,
ets, tickets, freight, ibeer and Inheritances..
Soft drinks, chewing gum and the theater
ater theater tickets may also be taxed.
ALBEBT'S WOUND IS INDICATION
OF HARD FIGHTING AT
Amsterdam, Sept. 5. A dispatch
from Berlin says'that King Albert of
Belgium has been wounded In the
hand by. a shrapnel while leading
the 'Belgian retreat into Antwerp.
His automobile In wrhlch he wa3 rid riding
ing riding was wrecked.
We now have new crop rye seed
for sale. cala Seed Store. 8-18-tf.
Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. S-22-tf
OTHER TELEGRAPH NEWS ON
AND PEOPLE DYING OF TYPHOIIt
Copenhagen, Sept. 5. An epidem epidemic
ic epidemic of typhoid fever Is reported to
have broken out in Berlin. 'Most of
the city's physicians are at the
THE BOWER CASTLE
ACTIVITY OF GERMAN CRUISER:
MANIFESTED OFF THE
New York, Sept. 5. The British
merchantman, Bower Castle, with a
cargo of nitrate of silver," for New
Yprk was sunk by the German cruis cruiser
er cruiser Karksruhe off St. Lucia, West
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THE OCALA EVENING STAU, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1014
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
BL R. Carroll, Geerfd Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as second class matter.
ELECTION FOR BONDS
ON S5TTH OF OCTOBER
PICNIC wT PINE
At the special meeting of
council Friday afternoon, the follow following
ing following aldermen were present: C.
Hunter, E. C. Bennett, V. A. Knight,
'M. J. 'Roess, G. A. Carmichael, J. C.
Smith, H. A. Fausett and E. E. Rob Robinson.
inson. Robinson. The clerk announced that the may mayor
or mayor had returned the ordinance pro-
I The "get together" spirit is X
the spreading to all sections of Marion
county. On WednesJay one of the
best attended picnics of the summer
was held at Pine, in the northern
part of the county, under the auspi auspices
ces auspices of the Farmers Association.
The principal object of this gather-
. ing was to get together the farmers of
vHin:? for rhp snip nf the city's Dav-
ing certificates without his approval. ; the immunity to talk over ways and
tine year, In advance $5.00
Hz months, in adrance.... 2.5 A
Three months, in advance.. 1.25
One month, ji advance. . .50
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance. 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One moD'h, in advance.... .80
As the Times-Union
says, this war should
"Made in Germany."
The behavior of the Russians is a
great disappointment. That is, it is
a disappointment to Germany and
German artillery destroyed the
Draught of Fishes in IMallnes. Now
let same artist watch our Florida
fishermen some night and supply a
Home industry forever!
iWonder why the council did not
tack an amendment for a municipal
!bakery on the foond ordinance. We
need' a municipal -bakery about as
badly as we do a 'municipal ice plant
which is to say, we don't need
The ordinance was passed over the
mayor's veto by an unanimous vote, j
The clerk also announced that the
mayor had returned the ordinance
prohibiting the sale of cocaine ex-'
cept in certain quantities, and under
certain restrictions, with his ap
means for the best distribution of!
During the forenoon Secretary
The French have spent eight hun hundred
dred hundred million dollars preparing the
fortifications of Paris for the con contingency
tingency contingency that now confronts them. It
Is not likely they will g;ve them np
without a mighty hard fight.
The Star has received a copy of the
Boston American, containing an ac account
count account of the Pratt-Ramsaur wedding,
and a double column picture of the
bride. No other Florida girl has re-
sition a disaptch, which appears else elsewhere
where elsewhere and tells of the plan of the
commission to make a show for our
state. It seems to the Star that in
deciding to put up a good building
and make a show with moving pic picture
ture picture films, the commission has -acted
much more sensibly than in trying to
ship our products across the contin continent
ent continent and show them in competition
with almost similar products on their
own ground. A good building and a
good picture show will do the state a municipal ice plant." This amend
some good. The Star, however, ad- meiu as aaoi,iea unanimous.
vises the commission to dump those
"Florida dollars" in the river, or
give them to the darkeys for sinkers
Ocala Bisiiess Cole
FIF you are an ambitious yound man or woman and
" want to earn more monev, attend THE OCALA &
BUSINESS COLLEGE. A school that prepares for
a business career. The following systems of Short 'k
TT 1 .1 JC
Grega. Ben Pitiman, Isaac Plltman,
Munson, Graham and Success.
Already we are receiving calls for trained men
and women. A good position awaits you. Don't de- $
lay any longer. $
Charles S. ScMlz, Principal
BL. IE. EIGLE, President!
Commercial Bank Building
vnHns? for it and fivp against it Air i auu oue n uo w as i w..-.W.n.WWrt'W'.Mrt,VW
Fausett voted with ennett and-, Present informs the Star that It was
perfection ltselr in quality and quantity.
lfter dinner hour addresses were
Rooney, of Marion County Board of
Trade, made a speech in which he
put before the meeting the proposi proposition,
tion, proposition, which is now engaging the at-
tention of the hoard, for getting con-
The -bond ordinance was then tak- r luc WIUls uuu X
en up and read by title and sections. truckers ln the marketing of their
Mr. Bennett moved to strike out Products- Mr. Rooney's talk -was en- X
the clause of $o0,000
the erection of public
parks. Mr. Knignt seconded me, 7 ?
to Strike Out -ivuuuej s uik was en- i
providing fGr busiastically received, as were also y
buildings and those of Dr- K'. T- Weaver, of Oak, $
cnnrfAii tho'and others which followed. X
(An amendment was then offered to
the clause providing for the equip-
the clause providing for the equip- ?
ping of the electric light plant as fol-: made by Mr' M' Polsom. secretary of
lows: "And for the construction of the Palatka Board of Trade, and Bdi- y
The above were the only amend
ments offered, and the ordinance was
then passed "by sections.
on their fish lines. They are a dis-
tor T. R. Wiggins of the Palatka New-
There were among the participants $
in the affair people from Palatka to
j Ocala and from the Oklawaha river
! to the western part of the countv.
OCALiA-SIJjYER springs canal
i lit? rfirrLTLiiJii in I u item uu J. uca i
day, October 27th, due notice of 1V 11 a satucnus .uat iC iC-whirh
whirh iC-whirh .will hP iriven. moved the blues .from the system of
The Silver Springs-Ocala canal
commission, appointed by the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Board of Trade met Fri
day evening in the Board of Trade sewerage; one hundred thousand dol
lars for street paving; ntty tnousana
dollars for nubile buildings and
who were so unfortunate as to
t. ,i. i lenaea me meeung.
One hundred thousand dollars for
rooms, with Col. R. F. Rogers as tem temporary
porary temporary chairman and J. D. Rooney
Seven of the 'members of the com commission
mission commission were uresent. namely: R. F.
(Rogers. !R. S. -Rogers, George Mac- municipal ice plant.
In view of the reported intention
of the 'United States government to
. t m. i rts A.
i piaue ctrxisurs iu me unices ui me
parks; fifty-five thousand dollars for 'ble CQmpanie3 wnen the Unlted
equipping and enlarging the elec- iStates ls not at war. nor apprehend
trie iigriit plant ana constructing a lng waTf the commercial Cable
Gov. Park Trammell.
HAS ADVISED EVERYONE WHO CAN
to plant and produce something. If you wish to take his advice
and go right to work, we have 3000 acres of high-grade cleared
and fenced 'MARION COUNTY
Farm Lands to Rent
IN THE FAMOUS Anthony and Sugar Hammock Trucking section, &
. . . s
lately the property or the Anthony Farms Company. This land is
suitable for early vegetables of all kinds, .but particularly, suitable
for peanuts, corn, oats, cantaloupes and watermelons. SEE US
OR WRITE US at once and make an early selection.
Kay, R. (L. 'Martin, J. iR. Dewey, W.
ceived as much and as flattering T Gary and Baxter Carn Mr j R
press notice as Lvirs. uerren frs.it,
nee Leontine Ramsaur, in whom
Ocala nas a half-interest -with St. Petersburg.
The ordinance provides that the
city may invest the amount provided
for a sinking fund in .Ocala paving
certificates, which draw 8 per cent.
tA separate ordinance was then
pany filed a protest with the gov
1 P&FMdge-WodlFw Co,
ping of the water works iplant.
This ordinance was passed unani
mously, and the day fixed -for the
election is October '28.
The ordinance was also (passed pro
viding for the closing of North Third
Moorheal being absent.
Minutes of all previous meetings
were read, as some of the members
had not been present at them all.
rrh h?r annnnnrf thnt nwrna-P" W sections ana passea, provia-
rT4iaft splendid waterway between nent election of officers was in order ins for the issuinS of bonds in the
two seas, the Dardanelles, should toe and asked that he be not considered snm or seventy-nve tnousana sonars
the nronertv of the world. The Turk rifinr, ,wnwr wnc fr the enlarging and properly equip-
has had it Shackled for well-nigh nominated for nermanent chairman
six hundred years, and it is to be and elected. !Mr. Baxter Cam was
hoped that the present upheaval will elected vice president, Mr. W. T.
result in its passing into the hands Gary secretary, and 'Mr. George iMac iMac-of
of iMac-of a nation that will allow them to Kav treasurer.
be restored to their old-time free- The chair, stated that it would be
Aoto.. necessary to designate the term of
office of the eight commissioners, as
'Sad to say, but your Uncle Sam nxe(i ;Dy constitution. This was ac-
Shasn't recognized 'Santa Claus Car- complished by drawing numbered
ranza as president of Mexico. This tickets from a 'hat. Col. R. F. Rog- Cynthia, a young negro cook, who
pruhably peeves Carranza, 'but he ers and J. R. Moorhead for one year, nad recently given up ner employ-
should rememher Huerta and be to 'be commissioned by the Board of meat in order that she might try her
calm. The deuce of it is that Muerta Trade; Baxter Cam and George 'Mac- luck at the easier .profession of ca-
nrvV nil thft savailable cash with him. Trov tnr wa vosrs tr (Ko Ynmm!c. teress, met her former mistress on
and if it ever (becomes Carranza's si0ned hy the city council: R. L. QIar- the street.
turn to go on a pilgrimage he may tin and R, ;S. ;Rogers for three years, "Good morning, Cynthia," said the
have to so forth strapped. ,tn ih cn.m:missionftd fov the board of lady. W here are you working
county commissioners; J. ,R. Dewey now?
Belgians accuse Germans of com- and tT. Gary for four years to be 1 lsn t -workin nowiiere now,
mitting terrible outrages in Bel- commissioned by the governor. ma am, repnea ynunia, coyiy. l se
o-inm nnri nprmans accuse French ti,q cotorr wic inctmptAri tn capering for a congressman."- Life.
and Russians of doing as badly in have 100 membership cards printed,
tRcrion ',TTn?tprn Prussia and Galicia. Loi emo r.arny an1 onvo1rtM! laOTICE TO OODJ1EN
It might be just as well to believe all (Reading of the list of members
of them-euiltv till they prove them- who hnvA ininprl and naid their dues ine wooamen or -tne worm win un-
" - . j 4 T .11 &
i i i. I . v I veil 'iae iu. it. nuwcij muii unieiii tx l
selves Xinnocem. mere is w gave,41 memoers. Anthony cemetery at 3:30 p. m.. Sun-
xne savage in an men, auu wai jn motion it was agreed to meet y, Sept. 6th. All "Woodmen request-
lirings it to the surface in a hurry. for the nresent every two weeks on ed to meet at the hall at 2:30 p. m
PnMar ovein in p- n.t t.hfl Rnard of to SO out in autos.
ment at Washington.
For thirty years the Commercial Y
Cable-Postal Telegraph system has MerCllQIltS BlOClf
preserved witn tne greatest naeiny &
the inviolability of cablegrams; has
surrounded them with every safe safeguard;
guard; safeguard; resisted attempts at Inspec Inspection,
tion, Inspection, and taken every precaution to
prevent their contents ibeing di-
We do not. believe our patrons Y
wish their cablegrams to he subject-
ed to the espionage of government IX
officials; not even on rare occasion.
Fostal freiegraph-caDle Co. -j
The protest is as follows: a
A sulbmarine cable differs in a
very important way from -wireless
telegraphy. The wireless, communl-
eating with a warship at sea, is the
marine came ana taKing tne ena on k
board and operating it.
The sending of cablegrams may be
People will get used to anything. Trade rooms
They get used to war, plague, iam- The membership fee is 50 cents a
ine and mosquitoes, and a number !month and each membership carries
of them are counting on getting, used one vote, but one -person can take as
to Hades. A dispatch
says that the tpeople
C. K. Sage. Clerk.
NOTICE TO PUPIIi BOARDERS
'Anj'one wishing board In the dorml-
from Paris hmany memberships as he may desire. torj to attend the Ocala High School,
were disap-J Committees will be sent out in a few should apply to either Prof. J. II. Brin-
pointed yesterday because no German days to solicit members. The con
aeroplanes flew over the city. Crowds stitution provides that no money can
gathered in the Place de la Concorde, De spent except for the purposes of
the Place de la Bourse, the Place de digging or constructing a canal from
IEtoile and the Quaie Des Tuileries ocala to Silver Springs or for neces-
from 4 o'clock in the afternoon un- sary expenses incidental to the work.
til 7 o'clock in the evening to watch Both the secretary, and treasurer are
for aeroplanes, but none came, to be bonded in indemnity companies.
French machines patrolled the sky, The funds as collected will be plac-
ready to engage the enemy.
son or Mr. W. D. Cam, Ocala, Fla.
A Particular Kind of
The woman who wants to supply
ed equally in the different banks of the needs of her home, herself and
the city and will draw 4 interest family most intelligently.
Dr. von Engelken this morning re received
ceived received a cablegram from his son, Mr
F. H. J. von Engelken. It was sent sufficient to begin work.
from Lrondon. and announced that
till used. It is expected to have in
a comparatively snort ume a iunu
The woman who reads periodicals
and studies their advertising pages
for help and suggestion.
The woman who demands the 'best
Mr. von Engelken would leave for Major Ladue does not consider the in quality, in service and in value at
America in a few days. The Amer- traffic on the river warrants imorov- reasonable price.
ican consul at 'Munich found Mr. von ing the river. Still the Florida The woman who knows what she
Engelken to be a most valuable at- power Company is obliged to spend wants and accepts no substitutes.
tache during the first weeks of the thousands of dollars for a lock to We ask that this woman give as a
war and kept him busy assisting to take care of traffic which will never chance to serve her. She will find
straighten out the affairs of the hun- come, if his opinion is sustained, as ours A 'MOST UP-TO-DATE STORE,
dreds of Americans who were strand- the bar at the mouth nrevents any stocked with the goods she has
-ed in that city, and the thousands craft larser than a rowboat from en-
niore who flocked to it immediately tering the river. Dunnellon Advo-
Zifler the war broke out. As soon as oatp
The Star wants the Withlacoochee
improved about as much as the Ad Advocate
vocate Advocate does, but thinks the Advocate
is mistaken about the bar. To the
best of the Star's knowledge, ocean-
The Star received Friday night going tugs and big barges loaded
Srom the 'Florida commission for an with phosphate have been crossing
exhibit at the Panama-Pacific Expo- that bar daily .for the last ten years.
considered In the same light as traf-1 y
fic in supplies or munitions of war.
Our citizens are not prohibited
from furnishing belligerents with
The citizens of neutrals may even
supply belligerents with arms and
ammunition without infringing the
neutral status of the state Itself.
A cablegram is in many respects
similar to a letter and it certainly is
not the dutv of anv neutral govern-
ment to censor letters to a ibelllger- x
ent country. That would not be tol- y
erated either by law or public opln-
The secrecy of telegrams is pre-
served in many states by statutes
wrhich make it a criminal offense to y
divulge their contents.
Judge Cooley in his work on con-
stitutional limitations (7th edition
pp. 432-3) doubted even the power
of a court to compel a telegraph op- X
X -3 1 1 X 1 I i
During the Spanish-American war,
while the United States exercised
rigid censorship, the nations, which
are now belligerents, did not impose
any restrictions on messages to or
from the United States or to or from y
The Commercial Cable Company
wouid feel obliged to contest, as a
form of unreasonable search, the
placing of censors in its offices.
BRIGnTEX UP YOUK II03IE.
-E'TO GOT THE GOOD PAINTS.
IT AVILIi PRESEItra YOUR HOUSE AND BARN TO PAINT
THEM; THIS PAYS.
ASK YOUR AVIFE IF SHE DOESN'T WANT
PAINTED FRESHLY AND BEAUTIFULLY.
nn A IMAM
WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?
tie consul could dispense with his
services -he came thru Switzerland
and France to England, and will soon
he on Oils, way home.
learned to want.
She will find our service courteous
and our desire to serve sincere.
She will find our prices reasonable
and our goods marked with the
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OFtenig, and you need a loan.
If you never tell what you have to
You'll have troubles all your own.
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College of Arts and Sciences: Normal
School; School of Music; School of Art
Extension Division; Graduate School.
Modern Gymnasium with swimming
pooL Basket ball and ienis courts:
new and modern buildings: beautiful
campus; dormitories have all modem
:onvenlences : new dlninsr room and
kitchen most, hygenlc In Florida; 418
oung women from 49 counties and 12
states last session.
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Ten new brlclc buildings, besides gym gymnasium,
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tors instructors and assistants. 254 vounsr men.
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BUT it WILL give each and EVERY subscriber who pays a year for the Daily Star, a $3 Coupon
Book, redeemable at its face value by any of the Ocala Business Houses mentioned below, or for a
Weekly Star subscription a $1.30 book redeemable for that amount. Past due subscriptions, Dai Daily
ly Daily or Weekly, will get a book for each year paid.
The following firms of Ocala will allow you the discounts set opposite their names on all cash pur purchases
chases purchases made when Star Subscrirjfon Coupons are presented at the time of making purchases:
J. J. Gerig, Drugs
Knight & Lang
To illustrate' how the plan
paper has cost you either
ing the coupon book is at the grocery store, you trade twenty dollars worth, you give the clerk $19 or
your check, and he will tear out of your book $1 worth of coupons and your bill is paid. You have
gotten back a dollar of your subscription money. Your next purchase is at the furniture house, whose
name you see on the back of the coupon ( and you are pleased when you see they will give 10 per
cent, discount); you buy a bedfor $10 $9 in cash and $1 worth of coupons squares you at this place.
You've saved $2 already. Your purchase at the drugstore is $5 $4.75 and a 25c coupon straight straightens
ens straightens you there. Suppose the purchase is only $1 at the next store; 95 cents in cash and a 5 cent
coupon pays it. Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; it would take your entire
$5 coupon book, but. it would save you a FIVE DOLLAR BILL.
Just keep in mind, when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat your cake and keep it too,"
if you take advantage of our MERCHANTS CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
paper, come in, pay up and get a book. If you are not now taking the Evening Star or the Weekly
Star, come in and do it now, and get a coupon book. You can send yo r remittance by registered
letter, check or express money order, and coupon book will be mailed to your address.
Rev. Father Benedict, Director. X
If you are thinking of having you house
PAINTED OR PAPERED or any INTERIOR
DECORATING done be sure to see us before
letting your work out. We use nothing but first
class material and have had
OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
We guarantee to give entire satisfaction
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Smith Grocery Co. (Except Feed Stuffs and Special Sales
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Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture....
A. 31. Lansford, Music Dealer
Miss .Mary Affleck, Millinery.
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FLORIDA COMMISSION' PLANS A
PICTURE EXHIBIT, WHICH
Jacksonville, Sept. 4, 8:50 p. m.
According to a resolution adopted to today
day today by the Florida State Commission,
this state is to be represented at the
Panama-Pacific International 'Exposi 'Exposition
tion 'Exposition by a beautiful state hoiilding,
free motion pictures showing every
resource and industry in Florida and
not by exhibits of actual products.
This resolution was adopted after
it had been very carefully consider considered
ed considered by Chairman J. C. R. Foster and
Commissioners Dr. J. H. Ross, W.
X. Conoley, J. W. Sample, H. C:
Schrader, John Frohock, F. G. 'Mul 'Mullen,
len, 'Mullen, A. W. Fritot, H. C. Bretney, X.
J. iLillard, and Z. G. Phillips, who
The commission also decided to
push the campaign for the sale of the
Florida dollars and to make ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for the taking of the
Florida State Commission
Some Long Dramas.
Serial drama has been popular in
China for centuries. Their most fa famous
mous famous play. "Pi-Pa-Ki The Story of
the Lute, written in the fourteenth
century, is divided into twenty-four
sections and innumerable acts and
scenes, and takes several days to per perform.
form. perform. And Chinese plays of forty long
acts, lasting a week or two. are quite
common. In England the longest play
ever written, but not' performed, was
an unnamed drama. In twenty-five
acts, by Mad Nat Lee.- Argonaut
CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC, CHOL CHOLERA
ERA CHOLERA AND DLARRIIOEA REMEDY
"I advised the 'boys' when they
enlisted for the Spanish war to take
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy with them, and
'have received many thanks for the
advice given," writes J. H. 'Hough 'Hough-land,
land, 'Hough-land, Eldon, Iowa. Xo person wheth whether
er whether traveling or at home should be
without this great remedy. For sale
by all dealers. Adv
5 per cent
5 per cent
3 per cent
5 per cent
5 per cent
5 per cent
5 per cent
10 per cent
10 per cent
5 per cent
5 per cent
5 per cent
FINE BUILDING AND MOTION
IS UNDOUBTEDLY THE MOST
THING TO DO
IS HISTORY REPEATING ITSELF?
Events of Today as Compared with
Those of the Franco-Prussian War
of Forty-Four' Years Ago
By Herbert Temple, European Manag Manager
er Manager of the International News Service.
Out of the short but terrible
Franco-Prussian war came two
things that have endured up to now:
France again became a republic and
Germany took over Alsace and Lor Lorraine.
raine. Lorraine. In the war of 1914, France
is endeavoring to regain her lost
provinces, but it is hardly within the
remotest possibilities that the pres present
ent present war can restore the Empire.
On September 4, 1S70-, the third
republic was proclaimed, and a gov gov-eriment
eriment gov-eriment of national defense was
formed with Jules Favre, Cremieux,
Ferry, Jules Simon and Gambetta as
the chief members, and Gen. Trochu,
the military commander of Paris, at
There, were still French troops in
the field, mostly reserves, and fight fighting
ing fighting took place almost daily, but it
was half-hearted, and in most cases
the Germans were victorious. A few
scattering French successes served to
hearten France, -and further put off
the conclusion of peace.
'.England again Intervened, and
asked King William to grant terms
more favorable to FTance. For this
England was accused by Bismarck
of violating neutrality. Earl Gran
ville denied it, ibut about that time,
six British colliers which delivered
coal at Rouen, were sunk In the
Seine by the Prussians, and. England
narrowly escaped participating in the
war. Bismarck saved the day by ex
plaining that the colliers were siezed
and sunk for strategic purposes, and
that Prussia would pay an indem
Gradually the Germans closed in
on Paris. By September 19 the cap
ital.. was regularly invested, and the
Germans encountered no serious re
sistance in the field after the battle
or Sedan. The investing force was
far inferior to the besieged in num numbers,
bers, numbers, but the 350,000 troops In Par Paris
is Paris were largely a half-trained provis provisional
ional provisional levy, (brimming with dissatis
faction and the spirit of revolution,
which afterwards broke out in the
After the surrender of Stras'sburg,
Sept. 28, Gambetta escaped from
Paris in a balloon, and issued a
proclamation from Tours, calling for
a levy en masse. On October 11th,
Gen. von der Taun took Orleans af
ter administering a severe defeat to
the French. Then came Bezaine's
surrender of'Metz, Oct. 27. In No November
vember November a gleam of hope came to
France when General Aurelle de Pal Pal-ladines,
ladines, Pal-ladines, with the army of the -Loire,
defeated Gen. von der Taun on Nov.
10th, retook Orleans. The Germans,
however, recaptured the city Dec December
ember December 4.
. r Fighting continued during Decem December,
ber, December, Gen. Chanzy making a desperate
stand, ,was decisively defeated by
the Duke of Mecklenburg on the
Loire, 'Dec. 10.
'On January 10, 1S71, Chanzy's
army was entirely crushed by Prince
Frederick Charles at Le Mans, and
this ended the fighting, with the ex exception
ception exception of that around Paris. The
capital was facing starvation. There
was lack of both food and fuel. The
people were on the brink of revolu revolution.
tion. revolution. iLate in December, the Ger Germans
mans Germans had captured LMount Averon,
one of 'the forts defending Paris.
France was then ready for her
last stand. On January 19th, the
French, led -by Gen. Trochu, made a
desperate sortie from Mont Valerien,
and were repulsed with heavy less.
The Germans thus administered the
last crushing blow of the war, and on
Jan. 2S. 1S71, Paris capitulated, and
the Germans took possession.
A partial armistice was arranged
by Jules Favre and Bismarck, to en enable
able enable France to establish a responsi responsible
ble responsible government to make peace terms.
The remains of Bourbaki's army re retreated
treated retreated into Switzerland, and the
last cf France's soldiers had disap disappeared
peared disappeared from the field.
In the meantime, Bismarck's am ambition
bition ambition had been fulfilled the
German Empire wa3 an actuality.
The Germans had occupied Versail
les, the home of the French kings
and emperors, and from Versailles
on January 18, 1871, was issued the
proclamation creating the German
Empire, .with King 'William I. of
Prussia as emperor.
On February Sth, elections were
held thruout France for a national
assembly, which 'met at Bordeaux,
Feb. 12th, and which on Feb. 17th
elected M. Thiers to be the chief ex executive,
ecutive, executive, the holder of which office
was late called president. Mean Meanwhile
while Meanwhile the surrender of Belfort, Feb.
16, closed the military operations of
France was helpless. The Ger
mans occupied all the forts around
Paris. Nearly all French soldiers
were killed and wounded or prison
ers of war, and French territory was
occupied 'by more than half a million
It was an herculean task the new
French government undertook, when
at last France was forced to make
peace terms. The indefatigable la labors
bors labors af 'M. Thiers resulted, Feb. 26,
in the arrangement of preliminary
terms with Germany, which on Mar.
1, were formally ratified by the na
tional assembly by a vote of 54 C to
The terms of the treaty were:
The cession by France of the Ger
man-speaking part of Lorraine, in
cluding 'Metz and Thionville and of
Alsace, excepting Belfort.
France to pay five milliards of
francs (one (billion dollars) as a war
indemnity one-fifth to be paid in
1871, and the balance in install installments
ments installments extending over three years.
The evacuation of French terri-
tory, to begin upon the ratification j
of the treaty, Paris and some west-j
em departments to be evacuated at
that time, the German troops in
other departments to be withdrawn j
gradually as the indemnity was paid. I
The German troops to be main- j
talned at the cost of France, and not
to levy on the departments occupied j
by them. j
Inhabitants of the annexed terri? j
tory to be allowed to choose between
the two nationalities.
Prisoners of war to be immediate immediately
ly immediately set at liberty.
Xegotiatlons for a definite treaty
to he opened at Brussels, after the
ratification of the preliminary
treaty. s j
The administration of the French
departments occupied by German
troops to 'be intrusted to French of-
ficials under supervision of the
chiefs of the German corps of occu occupation.
pation. occupation. TTia IBnisspls mnfprence was then
held and the Franco-Prussian war I
of 1870-71, which created the Third
Republic of France and the German
Empire, was officially ended May 10,
1871, when the definite treaty was
signed at Frankfort.
Won't you, let us prove to you by
one trial that there is no finish that
will give you a lasting satisfaction
' DAVIS, VARNISH STAIN
in point of luster, beauty, hardness,
and above all WEAR? It Is pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed the best by those who have
used it for years. FOR SALE BY
THE MARION HARDWARE CO.
An Epicurean Fancy.
We often learn a great deal by
studying the lower animals."
Tes. Take the moth, for Instance.
What a help it would be In beating
the high cost of living if we could de develop
velop develop appetites that would enable us to
take our winter clothes away from the
moths and eat em ourselves." Wash Washington
ington Washington Star.
A beginner at golf was playing his
first game, and his opponent was strug struggling
gling struggling with his emotions n he watched
the attempt to hit the ball. But he
was unable to repress a smile when he
overheard his caddie remark to his
chum, "Bill, if he was a-playhV with
new laid eggs his golf wouldn't cost
him much, would it?" Argonaut.
The most reckless spendthrift
is the one who squanders time.
Money lost may be regained, friend friendships
ships friendships broken may be renewed,
houses and lands may be sold or
buried or burned, but may be
bought or gained or built again.
But what power can restore the
moment that has passed, the day
whose sun has set, the year that has
been numbered with the ages gone ?
I I f i V 7 I W X g.. C Ill
I Wilbur Smith Co.
E. C. SMITH, Mgr.
Office Phone 10.
Xight Phone 04.
All work given our personal
Y attention and guaranteed fully.
11 W. Oklawaha Avenue.
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Waffon Shop.
Fie to (Dme
Odds Wot Bad,
Would you not take a hace
of five to one? Especially -whore
you got FULL VALUE for every
DOLLAR spent, then a chance of
five to one to win a hundred dol dollars?
Well, tliat is Just what I am
FIVE CHOICE LOTS $100
And a big Bargain at the Price
$100 EACH; $10 Down and $10
Each without interest.
There Is a sixth Lot, who gets it?
One of you five do. When the
five are sold the purchasers will
draw for the sixth $100 Lot
One of you five will get it FREE.
TALK TO ME QUICK, for they
will not last a week
PHONE 401, OR 37.
MONDAY, SEPT. 14,
Standard Railroad of the South
Schedule announced later.
- Tickets limited to September 1C.
For Information call on Ticket
J. G. MrMand,
Division Passenger Agent,
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located In Ocala. Fla., Expert worx
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
W. W. Kimball Co.. Ocala.
L. ALEX AW BE H
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor In the city.
To do It no more Is the truest re repentance.
pentance. repentance. Luther.
THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SETTEMBER 3. 1014
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
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Thought for the Day
This day is given to us to do with
as we please to keep or waste. Let
as crown it with blessings.
Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Reeves were
guests of friends in Ocala yesterday
Mrs. B. X. Looney left today for
Daytona 'Beach to he the guest of her
sister, Mrs. A. C. Hamrick for a
week or ten days.
Mr. and 'Mrs. J. II. Workman are
recent visitors from Ocala, Fla., stop stopping
ping stopping at the Langren. Asheville Cit Cit-jrcn.
jrcn. Cit-jrcn. Miss Bessie MaoKay returned to
fcer home at Lake (Weir last night
after a few days spent here as the
guest of Miss Janet Weathers.
and family (
their sum me
have returned from
31r. Van Boney and sister, Miss
fBeatrice Boney arrived home this
afternoon from an auto tour through
the state. They were the guests of
their sister, Mrs. Purvis at Raiforl,
for a few days.
Rev. and Mrs. Roy Bowers expect
to 'leave early Monday morning with
the Boy's Club for a week's camp at
.North Lake Weir. They will have
as their guest for the week Mrs.
m m m
TDr. IE. G. Lindner left this morn morning
ing morning for Daytopa Beach, accompanied
by Miss Virginia Sistrunk and Miss
Clara Johnson, who will visit at that
delightful resort for a week or ten
Mrs. S. l (Anthony, 'who has ibeen
'visiting; her daughter in Houston,
Texas, will return home on the 11th
. of this month. Mrs. Anthony says
that she has had a delightful visit,
but .after all there isNib place like
Miss Mary Lou Luckie, who joined
he' Mater-in-law, Mrs. T. C. Luckiei
in this city 'two weeks or more ago
'lit the 5iome of Prof, and Mrs. IP. E.
Shejipard con South Palmetto ave.,
returned to Ocala last (Friday. Day-
XMrs. (Eugenie Melson and bright
little son, Floyd, of Ocala, Fla., is
visiting her (brother, Mr. A. W. Kim Kim-rTjgh
rTjgh Kim-rTjgh and Mr. Melsons relatives.
Coleman note in Sumter Times.
bishop Morrison returned to his
- ioine in Leesburg this afternoon, af after
ter after a pleasant -visit, the guest of
2iev.pnu uvirs. in. unuges.
iDapt. harles T. -Howard and Miss
Pearl Lewis werf quietly married
at-the ihome of Mr and Mrs. K. 'r.
te r s o it: i a. s l ouuuaj aiieinuuiif
f mediate relatives were present. The
harpy couple went shortly to Oulf
IBreeze Island to a tiny cottage fitted
daintily for their ihoneymoon. Mr.
Howard, hetter known as "Buster,"
Is b, Florida ;b"oy, his people living in
Palatka and Jacksonville. 'He is
also well known and has many
friends in Ocala. Miss Lewis and
parents are recently from iLewfsburg,
Tenn. 'Crystal River notes in Citrus
Ir. W. G. McKay, city toacteriol toacteriol-ogist
ogist toacteriol-ogist of Jacksonville, arrived today
tor a visit to Ir. and Mrs. H. F.
Watt. Dr. .McKay and 'Dr. Watt
wprfi schoolmates in Chica
will also visit 'Mr. Lee E. Osten and
family, of Tampa, before returning
Boston Makes Much of a Iretty
All the Boston papers had full ac accounts
counts accounts of the marriage of Miss Ram Ram-saur
saur Ram-saur to Mr. Pratt, and all published
pictures of the bride and pretty 'his 'histories
tories 'histories of the courtship. We takethe
following from the Boston IIerald of
The youngest -prominent ibride of
the season was the one married last
evening in St. Paul's Cathedral to
Derrill Pratt, star second baseman of
the St. Louis American (League team.
She was Mis3 Leontine Ramsaur,
daughter of Mrs. Nona Ramsaur of
St. Petersburg, Fla.
'A little Florida cracker," she ad admitted
mitted admitted herself to 'be, with a smile
that 'blossomed into dimples every
time she spoke.
The ceremony was performed by
the Rev. Ralph L. Harper, assistant
rector of St. Paul's. It was very in informal,
formal, informal, with no bridal attendants,
and only members of the two fam families,
ilies, families, a few friends, and members of
the 'bridegroom's team as guests. The
bride wore a 'brown traveling suit
The wedding might almost be call called
ed called impromptu, although the couple
had been engaged for some time.
They met last winter in St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, where the team had gone for
practice. It was a case of love at
first sight according to friends a
statement which the bride did not
deny. Miss Ramsaur and her mother
had come to Boston from Xew York
for a visit, without the slightest idea
of having any wedding at present.
"She's not very old," said Mrs.
Ramsaur, apologetically, "and I had
hoped she would not be married for
several years yet. Perhaps I am un unwise
wise unwise to letter, but what could I do?"
"Not very old" means just 17. The
wedding plans date from last Sunday
and are explained by the groom's re reluctance
luctance reluctance to face a parting when the
team leaves this evening for Detroit, j
The intervening two days have been
spent in getting together an im im-ipromptu
ipromptu im-ipromptu trousseau.
When the public heard that the
talented young "second sacker" was
to 'be married, the general sentiment
was "fortunate young woman." Hav Having
ing Having seen the bride, one's -only senti sentiment
ment sentiment is "fortunate young man." Mrs.
Pratt is the fair-2iaired southern
type, distractingly pretty, graceful
and winning in manner. She has at attended
tended attended the high school, and is a ver
satile 'musician, -playing the piano
and violin, besides being gifted with
a singing voice.
"I stipulate only that she shall
keep up her music," said Mrs. (Ram (Ramsaur
saur (Ramsaur yesterday.
The couple disappeared after the
fceremony, -with the intention of "go "going
ing "going into 'hiding,' if possible for a day
Their wedding journey will -be
confined 'for the present to the itin itinerary
erary itinerary of the team, which closes the
season in Chicago early in October.
They will spend the winter at Mr.
Pratt's ihome in Birmingham, Ala.,
and in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Besides her mother, Miss Ram-
saur's companions here were her
aunt, Mrs. R. iR. Carroll, of Ocala,
Fla., with 'her daughter, (Miss Merris
Carroll: and a cousin. Miss Christine
(Hannah, of St. Petersburg.
Mr. Pratt is a graduate of the
University of Alabama, and was
athletic coach at Washington-Lee
The team has presented the young
couple witn a nandsome silver ser
Tilghman Hardware Co. of this city
and one of our brightest young bus business
iness business men. He is a son of the late
John Q. Tilghman. The bride is a
most attractive and accomplished
young lady who was for some time
connected with the office force of the
Xew South Farm and Home Co. Her
family home is at Burbank. Palat Palatka
ka Palatka News.
The IlanmtonV Xctv Daughter
' There. wa3 born this afternoonar
1 o'clock to Mr. and Mrs. Howell
Morton "Hampton a sreirtr little foaby
daughterrho weighed eight pounds.
This gies the Hampton home a boy
and a girl. Thef Star hopes the little
lady will grow up to be as charm-
ing and attractive as her mother and
as (brilliant as her father, and she
will have naught to complain of.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
(Rev. Banyan Stephens, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching and commun
3:30 p. m. Junior Union.
6:4 5 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
7:45 in. m. Preaching with Mon
day Labor Day celebrations in view.
Rev. J. M. Gross, D. D., Pastor.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
Sermon and communion.
3 p. m. Junior League.
4 p. m. Senior League.
7:30 p. m. Preaching. Subject,
"Christ Can be Approached toy Sin
All cordially invited. Service at
7:30 instead of 8 o'clock.
(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon.
Subject, "Children of Light."
7:30 p. m. Sermon.
Subject, "Who Can (be Saved."
A cordial invitation extended to
the public, and everybody welcome.
East Broadway Church
(Disciples of Christ)
(Roy B. Bowers, Minister)
10 a. m. Sunday school.
10 a. in. (Men's class at armory.
l'l a. m.Serbon: "The European
War an dthe Failure of Ecclesiastical
Christianity. What Does it eMan?"
A carefully prepared discussion of
this live topic.
iXo service at night.
;Xext Monday,. Sept. 7th is 'Labor
'Day and is observed by all labor or
ganizations of America as a holiday
or a day for special demonstration of
the workings of the craft. In many
of our larger cities it is an occasion
for great parades In which appear
the various labor unions, as well as
floats of other exhibitions on wheels
of the manufactured products of that
:ln view of the fact that Monday
is Lahor Day, the pastor of the Bap
tist church, Mr. iBunyan Stevens, will
preach Sunday night at 7:45 on a
pjhase of the labor question that will
he interesting to all who hear. All
laboring people are cordially invited
to attend this service.
Irs. (Leon Griggs arrived from
Oxford today and will spent tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow with her sister, Mrs. 3. F. Borden.
Mr. and Mrs.
I ting friends at
D. B. Mayo are vis-
Captain Russell and Mr. and Mrs.
-ivn Rrvnriin were here from the
rIr. Morris Frutchtman is expected
liome tomorrow from a visit to Xew
York City- Miss IMillie Osteen will
IVsare as soon as he returns. She
Thnd charge of his store -while he
was in New York. Miss Osteen ex
rets to- visit her sister, Mrs. E. A.
mparwater. and ibrother,
cm iLii v.
Sir. Lee E. Osteen, of Tampa.
3Irs. D. H. Osteen and daughter,
Tms Millie, .will leave tonight for
rtnlht visit to Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Smith and little son iBarnest "Lee, of
Clearwater, they expect to spend a
pwr davs at Indian Hocks, Green
nri St. Petersburgh, they
The marriage of Mr. Jno. Q. Tilgh Tilghman
man Tilghman of this city and Miss Cecile
(Bogue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. iBogue of Burbank, occurred at St
James Methodist church on Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday morning. It was quite private
only the immediate relatives and
few intimate friends of the contract contracting
ing contracting parties 'being present. The cere
mony was performed by the venera
ble Rev. 'X. J. Tilghman, grandfather
of the groom, and was extra impres
sive. Mr. Walter W. and 'Miss Olive
Tilghman, brother and sister of the
groom were the onlv attendants. The
bride was beautifully gowned iry Co
penhagen blue with hat to match
and carried a ibouquet of 'bride's
roses and lilies of the valley. Miss
Tilghman wore a nretty coat suit o
The (bride and groom left soon
after the ceremony in their tourin)
car for a trip down among the eas
coast resorts and will re gone sev
eral weeks. They will fce.tat home
after October 1st at 123 Dodge street
Mr. Tilghman is a member of the
A IiABOR DAY SEItMOX
A Wide Range in Prices in
OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK
OF LADIES' SHOES.
OUR LINE OF
$2.50 to $4 Welts, in Patents, Kids and Calfs,
3.50 to 4.50 Turns, in Patents, Kids and Calfs,
1.50 to 2.50 McKay's in Patents, Kids and Calfs
Are remarkable values, and each separate
shoe is sold with a guarantee of satisfaction.
SO MUCH FOE PRICES.
There is only one thing that equals our reputation
for style, that is quality; that must come first, but we
always combine the very newest and most beautiful
STYLES with our HIGHEST QUALITY.
worth League .will. hold Its rally day
service, at which all members are
earnestly requested to 'he .present and
a cordial invitation is extended to
Leader, Carroll (Fraser.
Opening hymn, True Hearted,
League conference song song-Chain
Chain song-Chain of prayer.
Scri p ture reading.
Special league song song-League
League song-League department talis:
First department, Carroll iFraser.
.Second, Irs. fR. L. Bridges,
rrhird, "Miss iMargaret Little.
'Fourth, iMrs. J. WI. Gross.
Hecitation, Miss Inez Sandifer.
Vocal solo, Miss Sara Gross. Violin
obllgato by 'Miss Gladys Martin.
Open discussion and announce
League motto song, "All for
bunday afternoon at 4 o'clock in'
the 'Methodist church, the Senior 'Ep-
AIRDOMJj ui'KSS TONIGHT
W J I
IN HOT WEATHER L-
That Made Here
We take a special pride
in making the PUKE,
SWEET, VELVETY KIND
that has 'become so popular
with Ocalans. We serve it
at the fountain, also in any
quantity desired. Free de delivery
livery delivery to any part of the
city in quantities of one
quart and upward.
Tell your physician to
leave your prescriptions
here. Filling them is our
The Airdome will open tonight
and will have good pictures and good
music. Program for tonight:
BY PESIGN OF HEAVEN
Two reel feature
MIIS BROWN'S (BURGLAR
Admission 5 and 10 Cents.
lost Found, Yanted, For Sale
For Rant and Similar Local Needs
FOR SALE For a quick deal I will
sell my ten acre tract in section 19
near Fort "McCoy for $225. J. S.
Herman, 3318 E. 48 th street,
Cleveland, Ohio. 8-29-7t
FOR 'SALE OR EXCHANGE For
cattle and hogs, 20 mules and
eight horses. J. R. Williams, Cit Cit-ra,
ra, Cit-ra, Fla. 8-31-8t
FOR SALE Guavas, six (baskets to
a crate, .$1 a crate.- R. L. Lytle,
Welrsdale, Fla. 9-l-6t
ROOMERS WANTED 'Mrs. C. L.
'Moore, corner S. IMagnolia and S:
4th streets, has several large, airy
rooms, which she will rent on easy
terms. 92-2 w
FIRST CLASS. Meals and Berth Included.
This Special Rate good on any of the Company's
October 17 th, 'Inclusive.
Mmit 10 Days.
Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
For reservations and further particulars apply to
Mo Go WEMEEL
Florida Passenger Agent,
122 West Bay Street,
I H W 14. Mil
LOST A pair of eyeglasses in skel skeleton
eton skeleton gold frames. "Were lost In
! m to i
Win wtli mmt (tr nv mi
THE STEPPING -.V
i M'o rt- jru rov wo m m
ADS OFFER BETTER
the nptown A. C. 1. yard. $1 re reward.
ward. reward. Leave at the Star office. 3t
LOST A gold filagree pin, some somewhere
where somewhere (between F. T. Schreiber's
residence on CFt. King avenue and
E. T. Helvenston's store. Finder
will receive reward if same is re returned
turned returned to Qliss Dorothy Schreib Schreib-er.
er. Schreib-er. 9-3-2t
FOR RENT Desirable family house
at No. 20 Herbert St.; electric
lights, gas, hot and cold, water In
large bath room; $25 rent per
month. Apply on premises. OItj.
Win. E. Sinclair. 9-3-4t
Buy the great baseball game at
The (Murray Company and enjoy the
game by playing it yourself. 9-4
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1014
WING to the great demand for rooms, we
have opened the house for the accomodation
of the public. The remodeling of the house
has not been completed, and the formal opening
will not take place nor will all rooms be ready be before
fore before September 15th. However we have ample
first class rooms, with every modern convenience,
for all who may apply. No flies, no dirt, airy and
We are spending $15,000.00 on and in the Ocala
House, and no hotel in the state will be better
equipped to care for the traveling public, and at
Louis N. Long, Manager
AX A PEAL TO AMERICA
Brewed from the finest selected
Imported Hops and Malt exclusively.
Ttie Management of DR. McCLAN
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray A)., and Troxler's stands.
Larger quarters, more fully equipped and will be rru
strictly etliicai lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE- 333
Germany Iesires to Persuade Our
People that Her Cause is Just
When American tourists left Ber Berlin
lin Berlin just after the war began, great
efforts were made to impress them
with the justness of the German
cause. They were laden with Ger German
man German newspapers and also received
many copies of the following, espec especially
ially especially prepared appeal to the United
States, which they were asked to
publish in America:
A Farewell Word.. Americans!
Citizens of the United States:
In this earnest moment in which
you are leaving the soil of Germany
and Berlin, take with you from
German citizens, from representa representatives
tives representatives of trade and industry, Who are
proud to entertain friendly commer commercial
cial commercial relations with the United States,
a heartly farewell coupled with the
desire of a speedy return.
Together with this farewell we
beg you to do us a favor. As our
guests, whom we have always honor honored
ed honored and protected, we ask you to take
this paper with you as a memorial
and to circulate the same among
your authorities, press, friends and
For, we are aware that the ene enemies
mies enemies of Germany are at work to
make you instruments to lower Ger Germany's
many's Germany's people and army in the face
of the whole world in order to de deceive
ceive deceive foreign nations as to Ger Germany's
many's Germany's policy and economical pow power.
er. power. We ask you, as free citizens,
face to face with free citizens, to cir circulate
culate circulate the real truth about Germany
among your people as compared to
the lies of our enemies.
We ibeg you-to take the following'
main points to heart:
1. The German emperor and the
German nation wanted peace. The
cunning and breach of faith of our
opponents have forced the sword in
to the ihand of Germany.
2. After war has been forced on
us the German nation, 'Emperor and
Reichstag have granted everything
in tne most Driiiiant unanimity tor;
the war. Xo difference prevails in
Germay any longer, no difference 'be 'between
tween 'between party, confession, rank or po position,
sition, position, ibut we are an united nation
3. Our military organization and
our mobilization has proceeded with
splendid precision. The mobilization
was accomplished during the course
of a 'few days. In addition to those
who are compelled to serve, more
than 1,200,000 volunteers have of offered
fered offered their services. All civil or organizations,
ganizations, organizations, from the 'head of indus industry
try industry and finance to the smallest man
downward, vie with each other in
works of voluntary aid and welfare.
4. In the field German arms have
had splendid success in the first days
In the east the Russian enemy has
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been driven from the German front frontier,
ier, frontier, in numerous small fights by our
troops in conjunction with those of
the Austrian-Hungarian monarchy.
By successful coup de mains our
navy has been successful in damag damaging
ing damaging and alarming our Russian op opponent
ponent opponent in her Baltic naval ports. The
Russian port of Libau has been
burnt down and in Russian Poland
revolution has already begun. Rus Russian
sian Russian mobilization is a long way from
being accomplished, the troops are
badly, poorly nourished and many
deserters sell their weapons and
In the west the German army has
gained imposing victories over Bel Belgium
gium Belgium and France.
In Belgium, where the population
unfortunately committed the most
barbarous atrocities against peace peaceful
ful peaceful Germans before the war ibroke
out, comparatively weak German
forces conquered the strong fortress
of Liege a few days after the mobili mobilization,
zation, mobilization, inflicting severe damage on
the enemy and opening up the way
via Belgium to 'France.
Valuable victories have been ob obtained
tained obtained over iFrance on the Alsatian
frontier, toward the strong French
fortress of Belfort as well as in the
direction of the fortress Luneville.
At Muelhausen one of the French
army divisions was overthrown and
driven back to the frontier with
The strong and effective German
fleet is on the watch against the
England's risk is great in staking
her reputation as the strongest na naval
val naval power on one throw against the
German fleet. Further, England
runs the danger that her large colo colonies,
nies, colonies, such as India and Egypt, will
sieze a moment that has long been
desired to revolt.
It is for the United States to util utilize
ize utilize the present moment to frustrate
by powerful initiative England's en endeavors
deavors endeavors to keep down all nations in including
cluding including America, in the trade and
traffic of the world.
'Citizens of the United States!
Take the conviction with you to your
homes that Germany will stake her
last man and her last penny for vic victory.
tory. victory. Germany must -conquer and
will conquer. 4
Rememiber! that after a successful
victory Germany will make new po political
litical political and economical progress, and
that America, as a shrewd business businesslike
like businesslike country and as a friend of Ger
many, will participate in such pro
Today we beg you
convey to your 'fellow
the German nation, as
of civilization and culture, has al
wars Drotected the loyal citizens of
Its enemies in every manner in con
trast to (Russia, 'France and Belgium.
By circulating this short memorial
among your fellow citizens you are
likewise insuring that also in the
future the United States will learn
the truth about Germany's hattles
and victories. Your friends here
will do the best in their power to
supply you with genuine news. AVe
wish you a happy voyage toward
your home, so appreciated by all
Germans, and hope to see you again
in a victorious and prosperous Ger
many. Representatives of the Ger
Berlin, August 13, 1914.
a safe refuge
AIRDOME OPEXS TONIGHT
The Airdome will open tonight
and will have good pictures and good
music. Program for tonight:
BY DESIGN OF iHDAVEN
Two reel feature
MRS BROWN'S .BURGLAR
Admission 5 and 10 Cents.
w w w w V W 4P
FRUIT CO. COMES
r3?V j-vm. tt r 1
A PERSONAL PRODUCT
Every Mehlin Piano is a Mehlin product;
conceived by a Mehlin; designed by a
Mehlin, and built under the supervision of
a Mehlin, the product of Mehlin inventive
genius and skill.
Four generations of Mehlins contribute
their personality to its perfection.
WW MM M
Grand and Inverted Grand Pianos
are the perfection of piano building as an
art. They possess trie attributes that dis distinguish
tinguish distinguish an art product and challenge the
world for sweetness, purity and sonority of
Boston Firm Puts Its Ships Where
Boston, Sept. 5 The -Boston Fruit
Company announced this afternoon
that it will, register its 23 ships un
der the American flag.
ine Kindergarten and primary
school, conducted hy Misses Rowley
and Gates the past two years, wil
reopen Monday, September 28th
Six copies of sheet music for 13c
at L,ansford s. S-22-tf
bawed cedar posts, all heart, tor
sale; any quantities. Geo. Hj-de
crystal River, Fla. 7-2S-6t
ueng s, the store with a clean
tountain and good carbonated bev
V i..' II 1 I .1 A
Fare 3 Q
DAI I.Y O ETWEE N
. - -'trf 't'rr: .-J- -1
THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"
Length 500 fret; breadth 93 feet, 6 inches; 510 Uteroom and jwrlora mceam modi ling IS 00 pMe
per. Creater in roai larger la U prooortkn richer in all appointment than maj iuubm a
ialand wmten of the world. In imice J one 1 3 ih.
Magnificent Steamer "SEEANDBEE." "Cty of Erie" and "City of Buffalo"
Daily BUFFALO and CLEVELAND May lit to Dec 1st
LmTeBo&lo - 9:00 P.M. Lrre Orreland - 9:00 P.M.
( Arrire Clereland 70 A. M. Arrire Bnflalo - 7:30 A. SL C
(Eaatera Standard Tune)
Conneetion at Cleveland for INit-in-BT. Toledo, Detroit and all points Veat and Sowthweat. Railroad
tlcketa reading between Bmfial nod CWeUnd are frood for traaaportaiioa oa oar ateamera.
Ask jour ticket agent for ticket via C & B. Line. If rite a for handaotne illustrated booklet free.
THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO- CleYelanc' O.
Is Yonir IcenmiaM AlFigfM ?
We mean are you getting the service we wish to give you and which
you ought to Jiave? We believe you are. Most of our customers are
satisfied, and we are proud of the fact. But if there 12 anything wrong
In our relations we want to know it NOW, so we can do our part in
straightening it out beforo the rush days come.
Ocala Ice & PaeMegj Co
m WW at t OT"?! WW1 IT
Marion County Abstract Company
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
First cpn si deration and especial att?2tlon given tn small trmtru.
Dr. W. Iv. Lane Specialist, Kyet
Ear, Xose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building,, Ocala. Adv.
books at The 'Murray Com-
If you need hardware, give up a
call." Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf
Watch for the Advertisements
of Our Big Annual
Beginning Next Friday.
This big semi-annual event always consists
of the season's newest goods, and not the selling
of some one else's old stock.
"Don't Pay More.
THE OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1014
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed lum lumbal
bal lumbal mers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Office 47
acKy I G. I. U. Will
Mrs. E. Van Hood, Editor
"Go Worth by Sea"
The Modenrn Shjlock
"If the people of the United States
have determined that they no longer
desire to purchase and use our pro
duces, we will repeat that all we ask
is a dissolution of this partnership
(with the government) upon terms
evincing Integrity on the part of the
government and of Justice to our
selves- . No man Is robbed of hi3
j possessions for an alleged public good
m m i O m "l I
MerCnantS QL MHICIS UailS VU. of the public, tne public Is expected to
compensate him for the sacrifice which
he Is asked to make." Report of the
secretary of the .Northwestern Liquor
Dealers Association at Washington,
iD. C., May, 1914.
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
xjervice. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent. Com'l Agt
ity Ticket Ofilce, 2 5 Hogan Street
Premier Carrier of the South
Wednesday, Sept. 9th.
Round Trip Fares From
AUGUSTA . $4.00
ATLANTA . '. . 6.00
ATHENS . 6.00
BIRMINGHAM . ....... 8.00
CHATTANOOGA . ........ 8.00
MACON .. ........ 4.00
Tickets limited to reach Jackson
ville returning not later than mid
night, Sept. 15th, and are good on
any regular train within limit.
Excursion train will leave Jack
sonville for Augusta and Columbia
9:30 a. m., and for Macon, Atlanta,
Athens, Chattanooga and Birmin
9; 40 a. m., September 9th.
Through Coaches and Pullman
Service. Special Trains.
City Ticket Office, corner Forsyth
and Hogan streets, Jacksonville,
Fla. Phones 743 and 4041.
F. B. PINSON, T. P. A., Tampa Fla.
G. R. PETTIT, D. P. A
- COULD DIE
And Be Free From Her Troubles!
bat Finds Better Way,
Columbia, Tenn. "Many a time,"
says Mrs. Jessie bharp, of this place
Recompense is thine; Justice awards
However, tarry a little, Shylock; there
is something else.
This justice which allows thee damage
for future traffic
And the money profit which might ac accrue
crue accrue to thee
This same. Justice awards to those
who have suffered at thy hand,
Their recompense. Hast thy profits so
That thou canst (these repay?
Myriads of children claim recompense
for fathers and mothers slain;
Lost heritages in health of mind and
Vast fortunes in love, and tenderness
I And hopes destroyed by thee forever.
These must thou- repay. Canst est!
mate the worth?
Thousands of mothers claim recom
pense for precious ones
Slain body and soul before their gaze,
with cruel torture
Art thou prepared to make good this
loss and anguish?
Canst thou say to even one here in the
Of drunkards wives: "Here I am able
to pay thee
Take this ior thy husband: this for
thy home and for thy heritage
Of disease, appetite, weakened mental-
lity, and the crime
Which must follow thy children and
thy children's children?"
Wouldst all the profit of all the years
past and to come
Be fair exchange for such as these?
"As thou urg'st Justice, be assured
thu shalt have justice."
"Therefore prepare thee" to make and
and receive recompense
Why dost thou pause, Shylock? Take
and give thy recompense
Yet tarry! Justice "hath yet another
hold on thee!"
It Is enacted in the laws of Justice
that he wtho, "hy direct or Indi
Shall seek the life ot any citizen,
His own life shall be required
The records all show ithy blood- guilti
For which the penalty must be thy
Thine own life, therefore, lies at the
mercy of these
Whom thou hast wyonged, and of the
For the Tecords also show that thou
hast thru these
Contrived against the very life of-the
Nation as well; ?
And thus hast thou Incurred the
danger here -rehearsed.
Down, therefore, and beg for Mercy
rather than for Justice.
chance and a square deal from every
man and woman beneath the flag;
Until the corrupter of boys, this rav rav-sher
sher rav-sher of girls, this despoiler of homes,
shall stand condemned with sentence
of death pronounced against it, array
ed for execution;
Until the nation shall hear, and
hearing, be convinced;
Until the public conscience shall cry
Until dumb tongues speak and dead
Until men shall feel anew the Crom
well fire, the Lincoln consecration;
Until the race shall stand forever
freed of its curse;
Until this republic shall become a
saloonless land, its flag a stainless em emblem.
blem. emblem. Hankey.
Baptists for Prohibition
Boston, Mass Resoultlons favoring
disarmament and compulsory arbitra-
tion and opposing the liquor trainc,
were passed by the Northern Baptist
convention In session here.
Xew Liquor Law In Gainesville
is at all times maintained by
THE MUNROE AND CHAMBUSS NATIONAL BANK
assuring a banking connection that is eminently satisfactory.
Accounts subject to check, large or small, are cordially invited.
RflUiOE S CHA1LISS NATIONAL
PHI SIGMA COLLEGE
We offer to the people of Ocala
and vicinity, at a mere nominal rate
of tuition the best system of instruc-J
tion in practical or college
OF some weeKS pa.SL vxauirsiiic iudi vau ----j o gitcu au auj
been cleaning up the small amount of school.
blind tiger selling that has been going We give more attention, better
on there for some time, but now the explanation, and more needed assist-;. J,
town council is goin
Do You Weed
An Electric Fan ?
I .HAVE' THEM
g alter tne propo
sition in a most strenuous fashion, ine
day for the blind tigers in
cities and counties is past.
our dry if it is really an education
ance than can be given in any school t X
of larger size. K
would give your daughters, why send,,:.
them away from Ocala at great ex-,y
pense, wnen you can enter tnem at
the Phi Sigma, September 14, at
In All Sizes
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucus County. ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oatn tnat ahout one-fourth the cost. Where
he is senior partner of the firm of F. Jt t- srhnol frnm d t6
T r,V.Tr XV r"r ;lninr ihn in P.RB in I
the city of Toledo, county and state j T"lv-1A U1i'uut
aforesaid, and that said firm will and advancement, we solicit the
pay the sum of ONE iHUNDRLD attendance only of girl3 that can
DOLLARS tor eacn ana every tracts make eood renorts. 9-1-6 t
of catarrh that canor. De curea uy
the use of 'HAUL'S UArrA'itKii
CURE. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to (before me and subscrib
ed in mv nresence. this 6th day or
December, A. D., 1886, (Seal)
IA. W. Gleason, Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally and acts directly upon the
fThe Hotel Churchill, at the corner
of 14th street and Broadway, New
York City, is one of the most popular
blood and mucous surface of the sys- medium (priced hotels in the city with
Mo Wo TUCEEM
tern. Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Bold (by all druggists, 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
Dr. Johnson would not hare consent
ed to pronounce "wind' differently in
prose and in verse. He insisted upon
making the "i" long always. The story
goes that in order to crush somebody
who preferred the short "i" in ordinary
conversation Johnson, riming all three
words with "tinned," remarked, "I
cannot find it in my mind to call it
wind, but" riming all mree words
with "blind" "I can find it in my mind
to call it wind." But his adversary got
the better of him. Johnson himself
always pronounced "gold" as "goold."
"If I may be so boold," said the other,
"I should like to be toold why you call
BANKS AVILIi OBSERVE
Monday, September 7th, being
a legal holiday (Labor Day), the
undersigned ibanks will not 'be open
Commercial Bank. v
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank.
The Ocala National Bank.
Ledgers, journals and all kinds of
blank books at The "Murray Com
southern people. For many years the
house has enjoyed a splendid patron patronage
age patronage from southern people, both
transient and those who go to the
city to spend some time. The!
Churchill ibrothers, who have operat
ed the hotel for a good many years,
are attentive to their business and
make their guests feel at home so
that they naturally return again
when in the city.
The Churchill Is a home-like hotel,
centrally located, in the very heart
of the great city, from which point
any place in town or the suburbs is
easily accessible. The house is well
managed, liberally conducted, clem,
airy and comfortable and the rates,
especially .by the week, ar very
moderate. Of late the dining room
has ibeen conducted on the KJiopean
plan, which -most of the patrons
seem to prefer.
The location of the Churchill is on
one of the (busiest corners In the I
world, and it is estimated that more
than a imiliion 'people pass the corner
every day of the year. This vast,
restless throng, ever moving and
ever changing, is a source of endless
wonder and interest to the visitor
from out of town.
Just remember we Keep garden,
farm and work shop tools and imple implements.
ments. implements. Ocala Seed Store. S-18-tf
Commercial Bank Block, on
3Iagnolia Street, West.
Post Box 518.. Local or
Long Distance .rhone, 203
Just remember we keep Garden,
Farm ana worKsnop tools ana im
plements. Ocala Seed Store. tf
Let us tell the truth about it, aye,
'i wished f would die and be relieved
Of my (Suffering, from Womanly troubles. Tell the Truth About the Liquor Habit
l could not get up, without Duiline al . ... ..
V -a ri.A : JL,et us go tnis Toau muuga s
AA WilUUL. lS AIWAW UtVl OIU I 111 UVU I
most oi me ume. i couia not ao my aione
COUSework. Let us lift our hands and loose our
The least amount Of WOrk tired me tongues and tell the truth about this
out. My head would swim, and I would f0e of humankind.
tremble tor an hour or more, rinally, I
look Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I
am not bothered with pains any more, tel1 the truth!
and l con't have to go to bed. in fact, Tell it:
isuuuuduu wcuiaauiny uuuuxes. Until its wickedness shall be laid
Cardui goes to all the weak spots and bare :
rV i I i- A L. 8'BT.T' n"1 th Poverty it creates shall be
tired, nervous, irritable women, who feel lala bare:
as if everything were wrong, and need Lntu the poverty it creates shall
something to quiet their nerves and cease to be
ctrpnerthfn ih( wnrn-nur -svetpm. I
If you are a woman, suffering trom any ohari (iinf,Mr.
nf ihf nnmprniK svmntnms nf wnmanli
trr,i,v,io Hira OorHnl It will hrin vnti Until its wrons to womanhood and
At all druggists. us justice to chllflhood shall be ex
Write to: Chattanoora Medicine Co., Ladies P0-e3'
Advisory Dept,. Chattanoosa, Terin., for Steciat Until almshouses and hospitals shall
instructions on your case ana D4-pae dook, nome i ...
Trpatment for Women in niain wraoDer. N.C. 122 pe no longer neeuea to nouse tne de
fectlves it creates;
Lntil jails and prisons shall be
emptied of its victims;
Lntll the insanity It "besets shall
cloud the intellects of men no more;
tnui me crime 11 impels snail no
longer be laid upon the souls of men;
Until murder shall stop its riot and
arson its carnival;
Until we shall see it with the blood
upon its naked, knoted hands;
Untjl fathers cease to neglect their
Until mothers need fear no more for
I the children they bear;
Until childhood, robbed no longer of
Its birthright, shall receive a fair
Habit may be either a strong help
past peril, or a fetter that holds Its
victim helpless. Some young people
never consider habit forming at all;
it Is not taken into account in their
lives. They form none but accidental
. and unconscious ones. If asked what
their fixed habits are, they will laugh
at the question. They know so little
about it that they think they could
change any habit they have in a day.
Yet in reality they are binding them themselves
selves themselves In chains of iron and making a
free and happy life Impossible for
themselves later on. Selected.
Just remember we keep garden,
farm and work shop tools and Imple Implements.
ments. Implements. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf
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"My attention was first called to
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Bemedy as much as 12
years ago. At that time I was seri seriously
ously seriously ill -with summer complaint.
One dose of this remedy checked the
trouble," writes 'Mrs. C. W. Florence,
Rockfield, Ind." For sale (by all deal
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of correcting vision where others
The wars have caused prices to
soar upward everywhere except at
Carter's Bakery, where you get the
BIG LOAF of bread for 5 cents just
as you as. oeiore tne wars ue-
Good rooms and .board, clean and
tmtA enrn'fo f s tier week..' at The
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The little 1 have seen of the
world te?ches me to look upon the
errors of others in sorrow, not in
anger. When I take the history of
one poor heart that has sinned and
suffered and represent to myself
the struggles and temptations it has
passed through, the brief pulsations
of joy, the feverish inquietude of
hope and fear, the pressure of want,
the desertion of friends, I would
fain leave the erring soul of my
fellow man with him from whose
hand it came. Longfellow.
MOM'S MAE OEMS MOUSE
I AM now in business for myself.. Conducting. a High Class re retail
tail retail bar and Mail Order Ilouse. I can give you the best there
is, and as much as any one else In business for your money. Seven Seventeen
teen Seventeen years in the business has taught me what the public wants,
and I am supplying that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PRICES
Good Old 65 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, In lots of 2 gal
lons or more,
at per gallon.
Good Old SO Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, In lots of 2 gal
lons or more,
at per gallon.
Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal-
Ions or more,
at per gallon .
Remember that we will fill
any order you send us and
meet the price of any other
In Glass Jugs, Packed in two One Gallon Jugs if you prefer
Make my place your headquarters while in the city. You will be
welcome and be treated right at all times and on every transac transaction
tion transaction at "Johnny's Place."
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of it in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft.
Bolivian Indians are. ocIable crea creatures.
tures. creatures. Tbelr houses are always in
groups, and a community of them,
though numbering not more than half
a dozen, is called an estancia. In the
interior, if an Indian desires to change
his place of residence, he is not al allowed
lowed allowed to settle In another village until
the authorities thereof have looked into
his private history, when. If the record
la not satisfactory, he is ordered to
move on. But that rarely happens, for
they are like cats in their attachment
to familiar places.
DIZZY? BILIOUS? CONSTIPATED?
Dr. King's New Life Pills -will
cure you, cause a healthy flow of bile
and rid your stomach and bowels of
waste and fermenting body poisons.
They are a tonic to your stomach
and liver and tone the general sys system.
tem. system. First dose will cure you of
that depressed, dizzy, 'bilious and
constipated condition. 25c. all drug
The rest room which the Ocala merchants maintain for the use
of our out of town visitors who are In the city for a few hours
with no'hing to do is located on the corner of Fort King avenue
and South Main street, opposite the Theus-Zachry furniture"
store. The ladles especially will find Comfort Lodge a convenient
place to rest during the day's shopping. The conveniences we are
able to otfer at Comfort Lode are free and you are Invited to
take advantage of them.
OPEN Dai AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any jour. Adv.
Flower pots and jardinlers In all
sizes ni Ocala Seed Store. 8-lS-tf
Twelve acre farm, excellent land,
all equipped with farming machin machinery
ery machinery and good horse, 1 Vi miles from
city hall. Will rent or work on
shares. Apply P. O. Box 369, Ocala,
Wilis w Mis
Teams For Rent light and Heavy Hauling
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling In
. Quality or Price
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. 1014
Are ca Ifroubled?
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Perhaps this case rasy be similar to years
J. Wetley Tilly of iDox C73.) Cclma, Cal., ictUcst
Gentlemen: "It pives no much pleasure to Lc able
to tend you a testimonial, if by its reaching Borr.a
sufferer your nvxlicines will doaa much for him c.3 they
have for me. At the age of fourteen I was troubled
a great deal with malaria and biliousness., accompanied
with the worst sort of lare boils. I wa i persuaded by
my parents; who have always been strong believers in
Ir. Pierce's remedies, to try the Golden Medical
Discovery. I took one bottle and the boila all dis disappeared,
appeared, disappeared, but r. did not stop at one bottle, I took threa
and the malaria all left me and I have had no more
boils to this day, thanks to the 'Golden Medical
Discovery' for my relief.
"Following an operation for appendicitis two years asro I
was troubled very much with constipation and I have been
trying Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets and they have
rid me of the troublesome gas and have aided me in conquer conquering
ing conquering the whole trouble: thanks again for the 'Pelleta' and for
the ai ice I have obtained from The People's Common Sense
Medical Adviser." Send only Si cents for this 1003 page book.
Dr. Pieres's GeMc-n IMkd Discovery
f:r ever fzrXj years ha3
been lending it.i aid to just
tuch cases as this. In our
possession vre have thou thou-Land3
Land3 thou-Land3 of testimonials of liko
Perhaps you aro skeptical,
but isn't it worth at least a
trial in view of such strong
testimony? Isn't it reason reasonable
able reasonable to suppose that if it
baa done so much for other3
it can do as much for you?
Your druggist will supply you In
liquid or tablet form, or you can
send 50 one-cent stamps for a trial
Dr. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
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WE WILL (TAKE A POSITIVE DELIGHT IN DEMONSTRAT DEMONSTRATING
ING DEMONSTRATING THE 'HIGH QUALITY OF OUR INSTRUMENTS.
A. E. BURNETT
Great Britain's Lineup of .Rajputs,
Sikhs, Malirattas and Ghurkas
London, Sept. .. The throwing by
Kngland of thousands of her Indian
fighters into France to combat Ger Germany
many Germany and the importation of French
African troops into the field, have
given amazing aspect to the inter international
national international war. Germany now is op opposing
posing opposing English, French, Belgians,
Russians, 'Hindus and Africans.
The remarkably short time after
the beginning of war in which the
British Indian troons were seen
crossing Canada from the Pacific to
the Atlantic, astonished the Ger
mans. It indicated that the Asiatic
soldiers were on 'their way about the
same instant that war was formally
declared by Great Britain.
'England, if necessary can pour in into
to into France from India, 23S.000 train trained
ed trained men, of which 75,000 are trained
British troops, including some of the
crack regiments of the Royal Army,
the remainder being Indian soldiers,
fit comrades on the firing line of
France's Rurcos and Spahis.
According to the official figures, the
strength of the Indian army already
on its way to the front is, infantry
122,000; cavalry 25,000; artillery,
10,000; engineers etc,. 6,000.
The main strength of the Indian
army is its infantry, Brahmans, Raj Rajputs,
puts, Rajputs, Jats, Sikhs, Punjabis, Dogras,
Mahrattas and Ghurkas. of all castes
and severaf religions, 'Mohammedan,
Hindu, Buddhist, all are warriors who
will lay down their lives for the Brit British
ish British and the dark skinned regiments
of the Indian army are a fighting
force hard to stop.
Though all arrangements for of offense
fense offense and defense in the present
great war have "been kept profoundly
secret, it is probably that the order
to bring the Indian troops to France
was not given without long and care careful
ful careful thought on the part of the War
To take the army out of India
would leave that vast empire open to
attack from without and mutiny
One of these Interesting and Enter Entertaining
taining Entertaining Affairs will he Held in
Ocala Xe.vt Spring
It is well to mention at thi3 time
a feature of the Chautauqua which
is to be held in this city next March,
which bids fair to be one of much in interest
terest interest to this community, as well as
the sourrounding counties, namely,
the musical contest.
The contest will be confined to the
piano this year.
Music has uplifted many a weary
soul; it has broadened many minds;
under its influence mankind has
been spurred on to overcome seem seemingly
ingly seemingly impossible tasks. It has been
recognized that beyond all doubt a
taste and love for high class music
takes an active part in the mould moulding
ing moulding of men and women of real worth.
Who hath no music in his soul shr
Realizing these facts, Dr. George
Selden Waldo, director cf the Chau Chautauqua
tauqua Chautauqua circuit of Florida, of which
this city is a member, has Inaugurat Inaugurated
ed Inaugurated this musical contest at each of
the chautauquas under his management.
Each city will
To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity is Our Business.
i Ocala Steam Laundry
402-404 S. Main Street
4- OCAliA. FLORIDA
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository.
ALL ANIMALS SAFELY QUARTERED
The More Ferocious Ones
Are Hung Up On Their Hooks
So that the most timid need hare no hesitancy in entering
Business Going On Uninterruptedly.
Open from 5 a m. to 7 p. m.
ARR1NGT0N HALL HOTEL
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
AT SENSIBLE PRICES
OPEN ALL NIGHT
conduct its own in in-Judges
Judges in-Judges will be se
lected from among the local well
known musicians and probably one
from among the celebrated music musicians
ians musicians who will appear on the program.
To the winner of the contest at
each Chautauqua Dr. aldo will pre
sent a handsome gold medal.
Absolutely no -partiality will be
shown in tho competition for the
medal. The successful contestant
will win it simply and solely on his
or her merit. It therefore, behooves
each prospective contestant to put in
an active winter's study, especially
uDon the niece to be played In the
Conditions of entrance into the
contest will 'be as follows:
Any white boy or girl of eighteen
years or under, residing in the state
Contestants must have at no time
taught niano or been employed as a
. . i
from within. There is always talk Pai pianist.
of uprisings in India. It was finally Piece must be memorized.
I i m
decided, though that there was no ece must oe Dy recognized com
immediate prospect of internal strife poser of high grade music.
in India, and the line-up of the al- 'o
lies made it improbable that any for- so
eign attack would have to be resist- utes for its 'rendition.
The piece must be fourth
Ordinance Discontinuing that
Portion of North Thir? Street
Lying Between Blocks Seventy Seventy-Nine
Nine Seventy-Nine and Eighty, Old Survey,
Whereas, That piece of ground
lying between blocks seventy-nine
and eighty Old Survey of tho city of
Ocala, and designated on Bruton's
map of said survey as part of North
Third street, has never been opened
or used as a street, and the same is
not needful or available as a public
thoroughfare or street; and,
Whereas, by the abandonment by
the said city of said -piece of ground
for street purposes, a strip of
ground on the north side of said
block eighty can .be obtained for the
purpose of widening the street on
the north side of said block eighty.
which Is desirable in the public in
Be It Ordained by the City Council
of the City of Ocala:
Section 1. That all that piece of
eround lrine ibetween blocks seven
ty-nine and eighty, Old Survey of
Ocala, and designated on .the map of
said survey as part of North Tnird
street, be and the same Is abandoned
and discontinued by the city of
Orala. as and for a public street or
Sec. 2. This ordinance shall take
effect Immediately upon it3 passage.
"I was annoyed for over a year by
nttnrVs of acute Indigestion, ioiiow-
ed bv constipation." writes tMrs. M.
t fJnllmrhpr. Geneva. N. Y. "I tried
evervthing that was recommended
to me for this complaint, but noth
ing did me much good until aoout
If you wish to go away tor the
summer please correspond with Mrs.
E. W. Williams, who conducts the
Cumberland House at Monteagie,
Tenn. Rates, 57 to S10 per week.
Two months' Chautauqua, from July
1st to August 31st, which U a fine
entertainment. Monteagie 13 on the
top of the Cumberland mountain,
over 2,000 feet above ea level. The
finest mineral water, most elegant
scenery east of the Rockies. For
health, pleasure, rest and beauty,
there Is no place like Monteagie in
the South. Write at once to Mrs.
E. W. Williams, Proprietress,
Cumberland H3u?e, Monteagie,
"French briar" Is produced
Sicily, Calabria, Corsica and of
NOTICE OF ELECTION
four months ago I saw
Iain's Tablets advertised
cured a bottle of them
druggist. I soon realized
gotten the right thing
helped me at once. Since taking two
bottles of them I can eat heartily
without any bad effects." Sold by all
and Chamber-and pro pro-from
from pro-from our
that I bad
Whereas, the Legislature of 1913,
under the Constitution of 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-flfths of all the members
elected to each house; that the vote
on said Joint Resolutions were entered
upon their respective Journals, with
the yeas and nays thereon, and they
did determine and direct that the said
Joint Resolutions be submitted to the
electors of the State at the General
election in November. 1914.
NOW. THEREFORE. I. II. CLAY
CRAWFORD, Secretary of State of the
State of Florida, do hereby give notice
will be held in eacn county In Florida
on Tuesday next succeeding: the first
Monday in November. A. D. 1914, the
said Tuesday being the
Third Dnr of November
for the ratification or rejection of the
said Joint Resolutions proposing
amendments to the Constitution of the
State of Florida, viz:
piece shall take over ten min-
When the Flea Flew.
It Is probable that the ancestors of
the flca3 were winged insects, and
that the organs of flight were grad gradually
ually gradually lost as they became useless,
when a partially parasitic life vrs
Our Menagerie. Admission Free. 79
I 1"" f i i It i --rJst-s!: Jfte
PtOa) "iSi M ss' gjr mi rt: a,'$m" re
ly enemy and the Kaiser pretty .much
occupied at home and in China with
defending the Fatherland, it was
deemed almost a certainty that noth nothing
ing nothing could occur in India that would
require the presence of -troops there.
Among the most interesting as
well as the most formidable fighting
outfits in the Indian army are the
Ghurkas. There are ten regiments
of' the Ghurkas rifles. These little
fighters who come from the region of
Nepal and -trace their descent from
the Rajputs, would rather fight (than
eat. In appearance they are -deceiv
ing. They are short stocky little
men, of somewhat the appearance of
the Japanese, only a 'bit heavier. They
wear perpetual grins on their faces
and the grins do not come off when
they go into a fight.
(The Ghurkas were conquered in
1S14 iby the (British after years of
fighting and have become loyal sub subjects
jects subjects of England. When the Ghurka
regiments were first made a part of
the tfndian army, they did not seem
to take well to organized methods
of warfare. It was not until the army
authorities allowed them to make
their national weapon, the kukri, a
long curved knife, a part of their
equipment that the Ghurkas Tegained
their prestige as fighters. Their in instructors
structors instructors never could make them use
In close quarters the Ghurka will
throw awray his rifle and take to his
knife, which he uses with telling
effect. When charged by cavalry the
Ghurkas stand up and fire at the
horsemen until they1 come within
close range. Then the natives drop
to the ground. As the cavalry passes
over them, the little Indians are up
and husily at work harrassing the
horses and clinging to stirrups, stab stabbing
bing stabbing the riders.
This method of fighting is not un unlike
like unlike that of the French Turcos, who
also "play 'possum" when charged by
a heavier enemy. The Ghurkas,
like the Scotch 'Highlanders, use bag bagpipes
pipes bagpipes and they carry their pipes with
them when they go into ibattle.
If the German infantrymen come
in contact with the Ghurkas, it is
likely they will receive the surprise
of their lives, for the Indians do not
fight like European troops. Once
thej- are launched on a charge, they
do not stop until they come to grips
with, the enemy. Xo matter how
many fall, the survivors do not re retreat.
treat. retreat. In contrast to the little Ghurkas
are the Sikhs and the Pathans, who
are big men, of more than ordinary
size. They too are brave fighters
but they have taken to the methods
of .modern warfare.
Contestants will be marked,
among other things, on the follow following:
Position, memory, expression, and
All would-be contestants should
send their names at once to Mr. J. D.
Rooney of the local Chautauqua com committee,
mittee, committee, and he in turn will Tefer the
the name to the chairman of the
piano contest committee.
In addition to the above contest,
there will be another one in decla
mation, in which Dr. Waldo will
also award a gold medal to the win
ner. Details of the declamation con
test will be given later.
If you are ever troubled with
aches, pains or soreness of the mus
cles, you will appreciate the good
qualities of Chamberlain's Liniment.
Many sufferers from rheumatism
and sciatica have used it with the
best results. It is especially valu valuable
able valuable for lumbago and lame 'back.
For sale 'by all dealers. -Adr
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing
an Amendment to Section Six 6), of
Article Eight (8), of the Constitution
of the State of Florida, Relating to
Re It Resolved by the Legislature of
the State of Florida:
That the following amendment to
Section Six (6) of Article Eight (8). of
the Constitution of the State of Flor Florida
ida Florida is hereby agreed to and shall be
submitted to the electors of the Stat
at the general election to be held on
the first Tuesday In November, A. D.
1914, for ratification or rejection:
Section 6. The Legislature shall
provide for the election by the qualified
electors In each county of the follow following
ing following county officers:. A Clerk of the
Circuit Court, a Sheriff, Constables, a
County Assessor of Taxes, a Tax Col Collector,
lector, Collector, a Superintendent of Public In Instruction
struction Instruction 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 Assessor
sessor Assessor of Taxes and County Tax Collec Collector,
tor, Collector, who shall be elected for two years
until at the general election to be held
In the year A. D. 1916, when and after
that they shall be elected for a term
of four years. Their powers, duties
and compensation shall be prescribed
by law. The Legislature shall provide
by law for the care and custody-of all
County funds and shall provide the
method or reporting and paying out all
Provided, County Treasurers elected
n General Election held in 1914 shall
hold office for the term elected.
'Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Carn, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
M:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
n.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited Javes Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
art.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrive.
Jacksonville 6:4b a. in.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa 9 a. m.;
arrives Ocala 1:12 p. m.; leaves
Ocala 1:30 p. m.; arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 5:20 p. m.
no. iu limited leaves rampa 1 p.
tn.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.
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. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
Dog's Privilege Restricted.
That the law no longer concedes
that a dog is entitled to one bite is
held in Legault vs. Malacker before
the supreme court of Wisconsin, in
which a father sued for damages for
the death of his son, who died from
wounds caused by the defendant's dog.
The trial court sustained a demurrer
to the complaint, but in reversing the
decision the supreme court said:
"Where. a complaint alleges that a dog
attacked and wounded a person who
at the time was where he might law lawfully
fully lawfully be and in the exercise of ordi ordinary
nary ordinary care it is unnecessary to go
further and allege that the dog was
vicious or mischievous. Such a dog
is necessarily vicious, and a separate
allegation to that effect is unneces unnecessary.
sary. unnecessary. The law no longer 'allows a dog
his first bite,' as was said to be the
case before the passage of the law
abolishing proof of scirnter."
Hub T wonder where the money Is
coming from for that new gown of
yours?" Wife "From the mint, I
hope, dear. I'd be sorry to think that
you were a counterfeiter."
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel
come always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held everj- Monday1 at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to ls
Ring brothers. Wm. Gober, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
WOOD3IEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk. Ad
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even
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
LOYAL ORDER OF 3IOOSE
Ocala-Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. na.
Visiting brethern always welcome ;o
the lodge and club house on Mag
nolia street, near postoffice.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hal
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
A JOINT RESOLUTION
Proposing an Amendment to Section
16 of Article IV. of the Constitution of
the State of Florida, Relating to the
Appointment of Commissioned Officers
of the State Militia:
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 of the State of Florida is
hereby agreed to and shall be submit submitted
ted submitted to the electors of the State for
adoption or rejection at the next gen general
eral general election hereafter: that Is to say.
that Section 16 of Article IV. shall be
amended so as to read as follows:
Sec. 16. The Governor shall appoint
all commissioned officers of the State
Militia, including an adjutant general
for the State, with rank of brigadier
general, who shall be chief of staff.
The duties and compensation of all of
ficers so appointed shall be as fixed by
law. The terms of office of all com
missioned officers of the organized
militia shall be continuous during the
pleasure of the Governor; subject to
such laws as may be enacted by the
Legislature providing for their retire retirement
ment retirement for age or other causes.
A JOINT RESOLUTION
Proposing An Amendment to Section
One of Article V. of the Constitution,
Relatlnir to the Judiciar.;
Be It .V.esolved by the Legislature of
the State of Florida: f
That the following amendment to
Section One of Article V. of the Con Constitution
stitution Constitution Is hereby agrei-fl to and shall
be proposed and submitted. :o the elec electors
tors electors ot the State for approval or rejec rejection
tion rejection at the next general election here hereafter
after hereafter that is to say, said Hectlon One
of sali Article shall be .amended so as
to re..d as follows:
Sec-.ion 1. The Judicial power of the
Stat: shall be vested In a Supreme
Court. Circuit Cor.rts, Ccurt of Record
of E icambla County. Criminal Courts,
County Courts. County ; udge3 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 Leglslatjre may pre prescribe
scribe prescribe the compensation of the Justices
and Judge of the several courts, but
no court heretofore established under
the Constitution and laws of Florida
shall be hereby abolished.
The votes cast In compliance with
sail proposed amendments. and the
canvass, declarations and returns
thereof, shall be 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
a f fixe I the Great Seal of the
State of Florida, at Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, the Capital, this the
twenty-fifth day of July, A.
H. CLAY CRAWFORD.
Secretary of State..
The registration book for district
No. 1, (Ocala), will be open on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, WedneR-Jay and Thursday of each
week from the ls.t Monday in August
till the second Saturday In October.
1914. In all other districts two days in
each week from the 1st Monday in
September till the second Saturday in
October This registration does not
apply to any person who was a regis registered
tered registered voter prior to Jan. 1st. 11.
Those who registered this year for the
first time In Marion county, thousra
they may have voted in the primary,
cannot vote In the November election
unless they register a?5 pror to tn
second Saturday In clfe.T?PO
- 3g wks dlj D. BARCO.
Supervisor Registration Marion Co
THE OCAXA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1014
Six copies or sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf
Gerig's the agents for Xunnally's
fine candies. 9-1-tf
Baseball games at The Murray
Onion sets for fall planting. Ocala
Seed Store. 8-1 8 -tf
Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf
If it 'is from Gerig's it is of good
Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf
IMr. Pete "Mcintosh transacted bus business
iness business in the town named after him
Globe-Wernicke filing cabinets and
safes make office work easy and se secure
cure secure at The Murray Company. 9.4-3t
No. 10 was late an hour and a half
this morning. Very unusual in No.
10. Lots of people set their watches
by that train.
Mr. George fCrom is acting as night
clerk at the Harrington. Mr. Crom
is very (popular with the traveling
Mr. A. M. Dale, wife and two chil chil-ren
ren chil-ren of Prescott, 'Ariz., are in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, and may come to Ocala. 'Mr.
Dale was attracted to Florida tby lit literature
erature literature sent him by Secretary .J. iD.
Rooney of the 'Marion County Board
Music all kinds at The Murray
James Williams, the negro who
made away with Mr. W. W. Woods'
watch at the Florida Mouse a few
days ago, was yesterday afternoon
tound over to the grand jury on a
grand larceny charge. 'His 'bond was
fixed at $500 by Justice J. G. Fer Ferguson,
guson, Ferguson, i i
'Mr. and IMrs. 'Herbert (Lattner left
on this afternoon's Seaboard limited
for a trip north. Mr. Lattner will
visit the Kimiball factory in Chicago
and will also attend to business
matters in New York City before re returning.
turning. returning. iHe is expecting a heavy
fall and winter piano 'business and
is making ihis contracts for delivery
'Among the visitors to Gainesville
yesterday was J. D. tRooney of 'Ocala,
the live secretary of the (Marion
County Board of Trade. IMr. Rooney
has a host of friends in Gainesville
and he always finds a hearty wel welcome
come welcome here. Gainesville Sun.
Shannon -Dell of this city and W.
C. Jordan of Ocala left yesterday for
a trip of two weeks to points in the
Carolinas, including Asheville. Mr.
Shannon's position with the express
company will be filled by Lawrence
Kelley during his absence. Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sun.
Dr. W. A. Reeves, of Inverness,
was among the prominent Floridians
in Ocala yesterday. iHe came up in
hi3 large touring car.
Mr. Edward Tucker and Mr. Phil
Robinson motored to Daytona Beach
today, going over in Mr. Tucker's
roadster. They will return Monday.
Under New Management
MENU CHANGES EVERY DAY
Now Ready for Business
fiervice from 11:30 to 2 o'clock
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min. R. F.
Sept. 1 90 69
Sept. 2 90 69
Sept. 3 89 70
Sept. 4 .79 70
Forecast for this Evening and
Partly cloudy tonight and Sunday,
probably showers south and central
WILL BE LIVELY XEXT WEEK
Some Good Ball Games, Wliich Ocala
Fans Should be Sure to See
'Manager (Hunter informs the Star
that there are three fine ball games
scheduled for next week.
The popular Williston team will
(be here Monday.
Tuesday, the Cedar Key nine will
be here for its first game in the city.
Thursday, Starke will be here to
give us our revenge, or leave us
thirsting for more revenge.
Harris will pitch Monday, Clark
and 'Burford Tuesday and Chazal
Benefit Concert at the Temple Friday
Evening for the Band
The Metropolitan Band will give
one of its excellent concerts Friday
evening at 8 o'clock at the Temple
theater. There will be a good pro program
gram program of pictures 'preceding the con concert.
cert. concert. The band requires a consid considerable,
erable, considerable, sum of money to supply it itself
self itself with instruments, music, room
rent, lights and incidentals and the
concert will the given to procure
funds for this purpose. The band
boys are preparing a good program
and those who attend may 'be assur assured
ed assured of a delightful and profitable eve evening
ning evening spent in a wrorthy cause.
W. C. T. U.
The W. C. T. U. wiljhold a peace
prayer service ISunday afternoon at
5 o'clock at the (Methodist church.
AIRDOME OPENS TONIGHT
The Airdome will open tonight
and will have good pictures and good
music. Program for tonight:
BY DIESIGIN OF HEAVEN
Two reel .feature
MRS BROWN'S (BURGLAR!
Admission 5 and 10 Cents.
POSTOFFICE TO CLOSE
"Monday 'being Labor Day, the post post-office
office post-office will be closed after 12 -o'clock.
The regular morning delivery will
'be made, however.
iR. F. Hogers, P. (M.
NOTICE TO AYOODMEN
'Don't forget to ibe at the hall to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 2:30 ,p. in., to go to An Anthony
thony Anthony and help unveil the Howell
FIVE NORTHERN VISITORS
Five different men came to the
oard of Trade rooms today, from
different points in the north, and
told Secretary Rooney that they
were drawn here by the Marion
County Booklet issued iby the Board
of Trade. At least one of these men
will locate here, as soon as he can
make his arrangements.
BANKS WILL OBSERVE
Monday, September 7th, being
a legal holiday (Labor Day), the
undersigned banks will not be open
The Munroe &. Chambliss Bank.
The Ocala National Bank.
Mr. B. A. Weathers will return to
night from a montii's visit to New
York City, where hi has jbeen to pur purchase
chase purchase the fall ana winter stock of
goods for the 'big llJWtfasters store,
and incidentally -to mike the ac acquaintance
quaintance acquaintance of his littlfe grandson,
Six copies of sheet music"for"15c.
Mr. Lum Luff man, one of Oak's
successful farmers, is among today's
visitors in the city.
It is in men as in soils where some sometimes
times sometimes there is a vein of gold which the
owner. knows not of. Swift.
CONFERENCE OF COM3IITTEKS
Arrangements Made to Send Dele Delegates
gates Delegates to Meeting in Jacksonville
A conference of committees was
held at the Marion County Board of
Trade rooms yesterday afternoon
for the purpose of outling plans for
the meeting to be held at the board I
of trade auditorium in Jacksonville!
Among those present at this meet-j
ing were Mr. J. M. 'Meffert, chairman
of the executive committee appoint appointed
ed appointed at the joint transportation rate
meeting some days ago, and 'Mr. L.
S. Light, chairman of the special
sub-committee on express rates. Be Besides
sides Besides these gentlemen there will be
present to represent Marion county
at the Jacksonville meeting, Dr. iR.
T. Weaver of Oak, and Secretary J.
D. Rooney of the 'Marion County
Board of Trade.
Invitations have been issued to all
the publicity and shipper's organiza organizations
tions organizations over the state and also the
transportation companies to send
representatives to the Jacksonville
meeting and Secretary Jtooney has
received acceptances from sufficient
of them to assure the success of the
Special invitations have been sent
to Governor Trammell, Secretary of
Agriculture 'McRae, and JMr. Charles
J. Brand, chief of the marketing bu bureau
reau bureau of the United States department
of agriculture, to be present at the
It is hoped that the Jacksonville
meeting may bring about the direct
results sought in the joint meeting
several weeks ago in this city, viz:
Plans for the distribution and proper
marketing of (Florida produce, trans transportation
portation transportation facilities and equitable
rates on same to market centers.
Burbank. Sept. 4. Quite a num number
ber number of new .people are here inspect
ing their land. All seem to be well
The clearing of Mr. Hale's land is
going on rapidly and will soon ibe
A party of boys spent a few days
recently at Priest's landing fishing.
They reported fishing good, and had
all they could eat. The party con
sisted of Don MacKay, Ray Cline-
man, Max and Gerald Bogue, Fred
and iBennie Langworthy.
Rev. W. JH. C Slaymaker, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by eight friends from Red Red-dick,
dick, Red-dick, inspected the Burbank peanut
factory one day this week. They
were well pleased and said things
were looking fine in and around Bur Bur-bank.
bank. Bur-bank. 'Mrs. L. H. Langworthy was shop shopping
ping shopping in Ocala Friday.
IMr. J. H. Haney :has returned to
his old home in .Burbank, after
spending the summer in Spring Val Valley
ley Valley and Chicago, 111. Jim says he
sure is glad to get 'back to Florida.
Olr. H. IE. Graham spent a few
days in Jacksonville, returning Mon Monday
day Monday with Mr. Haney.
Mr. W. A. Jones transacted busi business
ness business in Ocala Monday.
Mr. IcGuinn left Wednesday for
'his new home in Orlando. Mrs. 'Mc 'Mc-Guinn
Guinn 'Mc-Guinn left some time ago. ftVe wish
these good 'people prosperity in their
'Miss Cecile M. Bogue left Monday
afternoon; for Palatka where she was
married to 'Mr. John Q. Tilghman,
Wednesday September 2, at St.
James Methodist Episcopal church.
Only near relatives and intimate
friends of the families witnessed the
ceremony, which was performed toy
Rev. N. J. Tilghman, grandfather of
the groom. They left after dinner
for a honeymoon trip down the east
coast. Mr. and 'Mrs. V. C. 'Bogue
and 'Miss Dorothy left Tuesday to at attend
tend attend the wedding. Burbank regrets
to lose this young lady, hut friends
extend 'best wishes and congratula congratulations
tions congratulations for a long and happy married
'Mr. .and Irs. 01. D. L. Graham
wer shoppers in Ocala Wednesday.
Path cf the Kakapo.
Several birds make regular paths to
and frcra their resorts. Those of the
Antarctic penguins are noted by all
explorers in their region. Very no noticeable
ticeable noticeable are those in the haunts of the
akapo, the large, rock-dwelling, burrow-nesting
owl-like parrot of the
mountains of New Zealand. They
beat down regular path3 along the
spurs and ridges where they abound,
so jthat a person might be excused for
supposing they were meant for human
feet. It is along these avenues that
Jhe birds go to and fro cn their noc nocturnal
turnal nocturnal rambles, and as they march
they snip off and perhaps eat every
protruding spear of grass or weed,
keeping the path perfectly clean.
When the path is buried in snow they
still follow it on the surface and soon
beat down a tr?ck.
Lose Habits of Industry.
Women in Frauee and other coxm coxm-aies
aies coxm-aies of Europe are much more indus industrious
trious industrious than vheD they come to this
You may not realize it, but a good bank is indispensable to you as a busi business
ness business man and citizen.
t Directly or indirectly, the bank affects every individual in the community
The more directly it affects you the more benefit you will derive.
Come in and learn how we are able and willing to help you in financial
Phe Ocala National Bank.-
Resources Over Hall A Million
ACTIVE U. S. DEPOSITARY.
New Idea for Cotton.
From spruce wood pulp & French in-
rentor has made a fabric resembling
sotton and equally capable of bleach
ing and dyeing.
From Slaves to Gold.
Before civilization had outgrown
savagery the more advanced nations
used to go to Africa for slaves. Now
the tide has turned. Gold is the mas master
ter master of the world and Africa furnishes
nearly one-half of the annual output.
The nugget and not the negro is now
the African attraction. The outturn
of gold from African mines for 1913
was nearly $208,000,000.
Court Finds Use for Autos.
A good story is told of the Intro Introduction
duction Introduction of motor lorries into Afghanis Afghanistan.
tan. Afghanistan. H. M. the Amir called a special
durbar to discuss the formation of a
Motor Lorry company of which he
would be managing director, and ex explained
plained explained what an impetus to trade a
motor service would be. At present
a valuable market for fruit, etc., was
lost through the length of the journey
to Peshawur. A motor lorry would
cover the distance In a couple of days,
and the return for the expenditure
would be immediate. As managing
director his majesty would pay half
the cost of the lorries and the durbar
could subscribe the rest. The scheme
was unanimously approved, and no op opposition
position opposition was raised to a proviso by
the Amir that the lorries should be
available whenever the court was
moving. Ten motor lorries were
bought, and the durbaris, it Is said,
are still wondering when they will
be free from the requirements of the
court and will be available to carry
produce to Peshawur.
'Thrifty Chinese Farmirs.
While our farmers throw broadcast
handfuls of grain on the harrowed
earth, offering rich pasturage to pil pillaging
laging pillaging birds and rodents, the- China Chinaman,
man, Chinaman, after furrowing the earth with
his wooden plowshare, without turn turning
ing turning it, crumbles each lump in his
hands till it is like fine powder. This
done, at planting time he walks slow slowly
ly slowly down each furrow, carrying a grain
drill, which is a marvel of Ingenious
Hard Luck In His Old Age.
From royal magician to old-age pen pensioner,
sioner, pensioner, compelled by poverty to pawn
his clothes thi3 In a sentence sums
up the career of Mr. John W. Holden,
whV is now residing at Goldsmith's
row, Hackney, recovering from a se serious
rious serious illness, says the London Mail.
This tall, thin, courtly old gentleman
was at one time almost at the head of
his profession, and gave "Command"
performances once before Queen Vic Victoria
toria Victoria and twice before King Edward
and Queen Alexandra, when they were
prince and princess of Wales. "The
trick that King Edward liked best,"
said the old magician to a newspaper
representative recently, "was that of
the sword through the body. His maj majesty,
esty, majesty, after my Sandringham perform performance,
ance, performance, smoked a cigar with me, and
chatted over this and other tric"
Always Exerting Influence.
We are, all of us, whether young
or old, famous or obscure, people of
influence. We cannot live a day with without
out without affecting the world somewhat for
good or ill, whether we will or no.
We are all a part of life's forces,
whether we know it or not. Be as
tumble as you like, you are still a per person
son person of influence, if. not by your own
choosing, then often by God's decree.
It may be only a smile or a simple
kindness that you have given to a lit little
tle little child, but it starts agencies you
little dream of; or It may be some
selfishness or lack of honor, some
weakness in you that sets in motion
a long train of hurtful and sad influ influences
ences influences or circumstances. For all life
is connected, and whether you wish it
or not your life affects other lives.
4. Dim. n MP11
Biggest Rubber Tree of All.
What is believed to be the largest
rubber tree in the world stands in the
Brazilian territory ol Acre, on the
frontier of Boliva. Its stem Is 27 feet
2 7-10 Inches in circumference at the
base. For 120 days every year this
colossus gives 22 pounds of rubber a
day. At present prices this brings in
$2,160 a year, or a fair interest on
about $50,000, to its owners, a family
of seven Seringueircs.
Only Incentive to Good Work.
Good work is never done for hatred,
any more than for hire but for Iot9
j I TH .POLE);
of Poignant Appeal. r A drama of
human suffering. A wonderful story
of splendid, single-handed victory
over countless difficulties.
Over 650 Finely Illustrated lOJ 5 A
Pages of Interesting Reading. lilQ3dluE lili
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Common Origin of Language.
All the subtleties of language, sou&4 sou&4-ing
ing sou&4-ing poetry ud melodic phrase coma
from the stimulus Imparted to a tast tasting
ing tasting tocguo muscle by the necessity
In a far-gone age cf utilizing our
mouthr, .to full capacity in enjoying
what we w ere eating and In vmaking
ncises while we did IL
"Economics changes man's activi activities.
ties. activities. As you change a man's activi activities
ties activities you change his way of living,
and as you change his environment
you change his state of mind. Pre Precept
cept Precept and injunction do not percepti perceptibly
bly perceptibly affect men; but food, water, air,
clothing, shelter, pictures, books, rau rau-mlc
mlc rau-mlc will and do."