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IIIIITH DAY OF DESPERATE
Paris, Sept. 21. Rheims ana
Solssons are (being 'battered 'to pieces
foy German 'artillery and the allies'
guns are doing equal damage to the
German forces. Both sides today .be
gan moving huge armies of infantry
into the' conflict. Xo. advantaarr to
1 either sid3 is indicated.
GAP I.V THE GERMAN LINES
London, Sept. 21. -It, is reported
it-hat the German right wing, under
General 'Von Kluk, is giving way be
fore the allies,! preparing to retreat
to Ardencies." A preach; has been
made in the German line3 (between
La on and Rhc'ims. ;
Another report says that 1 "00 ,0 0 6
G e r man soldi ers are
through 'Belgium iby way of .'Mau-
ibeuge to reinforce Gen. Von Kluk. v
GERMANS FALLING RACK AT
: soissons t
Paris, Sept. 2"1. it is reported by
an aerial scout at Soissons that a
large portion of the German army is
retiring.'.;. n 'r-y:--'-
ALLIES MAKING SLIGHT GAINS
Pari s Sept 21, 3 p m G erm an
bayonet', charges "are 'being 'repulsed
'by the allies about Craonne.
Tih e F re n eh are ad vancin g on N the
Tight bank of -the Oise. ';;'',
The German'3 continue their (bom-
'bardment; ; ol i the French troops
abont (R'heama with siege guns
On : the deft wing and right bank
l of the Oise, the allies have advanced
to the (heights of Lasigny, west of
(Noyon, east of the Oise and to the
north of the Alsne river. I
. At the center in Champagne and
west on Argo:ane, (beyond Soualn, the
'allies thave aken Xesnille's-iHurlus
and iMassiges. 4
In the 'Woevre region, the h Ger-
rnians h old the re gio n about .Thi ah -court
arid are ibonxbarding the Has Has-son
son Has-son chauteau. i;
Y On, the right iwing, in Lorraine
and the 'Vosge; (mountains, there is
ip radically no Chance. The Germans
are fortifying iDelmiethill..
EPT THE SEAS
ALLIED FLTCtrrS NOW CONTROL
ALL RUT A LITTLE CORNER
OF TlirE OCEANS
Bordeaux, Sept. 21. It is omcial omcial-ly
ly omcial-ly announced Hod ay that 'the allied
fleets now control the Atlantic, med mediterranean
iterranean mediterranean and North Seas.
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OVER GERMAN AIRMAN DAY
; OF REST GIVEN TO ARTIL ARTILLERY
LERY ARTILLERY DUEL.S
From the battle Ifront, Sept, 21.
The bulk of the allied armies re remained
mained remained yesterday in the trenches,
waiting, while their artiJlery ex exchanged
changed exchanged a furious cannonade with
the strongly 'placed German batter batter-ies.
ies. batter-ies. Some flwlllfant feats : at arms
were performed, at various points on
the 'lines, extending along the Oise,
the Aisne and AVoevre. The sea seasoned
soned seasoned tA lgerianwtroop3 made a. gal gallant
lant gallant capture of. another German flag.
Jules' Vedrine, the noted Frendh
aviator, was credited 'with a courag courageous
eous courageous ; fight in mid-air with a German
aviator, whom he brought to earth.
RELENTLESS RUSSIAN ARMIES
GIVE AUSTRIAN S NO REST
; Petrograd, Sept. j 21.- With the
heavy siege guns of the Russians to today
day today bomharding the Austrian strong strongholds
holds strongholds of Przemsyl and Jaroslaw, on
the San river, the fighting is .terrific.
Parts of tooth towns have been destroyed.'-
. : .'
Sixty thousand Austrians are bot bottled
tled bottled -. up in Przemysl and must beat
off the Russians or surrender.
BATTLE IN THE BALTIC
Germans May HaveTieaten a Russian
: I Squadron
Copenhagen, Sept. 21. it was re reported
ported reported (here today rthat German ships
in the Baltic Sea had defeated a
Russian squadron off Kolber,
OPEN DAY; AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A'. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
OOALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,
Bordeaux, (Sept. 21 The -minister
of the interior, Louis J. .Malvy, an announces
nounces announces that the (famous Cathedral
of Rheims has (been destroyed and
ether historic and .public 'buildings
either laid in 'ruins or seriously dam damaged
aged damaged by German artillery.
It was in the Cathedral of 'Rheims
that the successive kings of France
from (Philip, 1 1, to Charles X. were
crowned and it as there the .Maid
of Orleans stood, (banner in .hand, be before
fore before the great altar and saw the cor cor-onation
onation cor-onation of Oharle3 VII., which mark marked
ed marked the fulfillment of her vision.
PROTEST FROM THE FRENCH
Washington, Sept. 21. -A protest
from the French government against
what is declared a wanton destruc destruc-tion
tion destruc-tion of the "beautiful Cathedral of
Rheims by the Germans was cabled
to the French- embassy this .after .after-moon1.
moon1. .after-moon1. Ambassador. Jusserand con1
veyed the, message to the state de department.
partment. department. BOUGHT A BALE
Seeking to Aid the Farmers Gov.
'Trammel! Sets a Good Example to
Moneyed Men of the State
.Tallahassee, Sepf. 21. Governor
Park Trammell Saturday in liis ef effort
fort effort to aid ail possible In the "Buy
a Bale of Cotton" movement, pur purchased
chased purchased a (bale of cotton from.W. :H.'
Sellars of Arran, Florida, a farmer
iwho was unable to hold, his cotton,
paying him ten cents a pound there therefor.
for. therefor. A few days ago the governor
Issued an appeal, to the people of the
state nrg in g the .purchase of a bale
of cotton or more at tec cents a
pound tby .every citizen able to ibuy.
The governor is very anxious- to
have active interest manifested in
this movement and .'believes in ;this
way our cotton growers and jthe peo people
ple people of the cotton section of the state
can (be greatly assisted. .
AIRBOAT LINE W ILL
SOON BE IN OPERATION
TTampa, Sept. '20 An airboat line,
ito operate between Tampa and St.
Petersburg on double daily schedule
during the .winter season, is eing
SUICIDED AT LI.VE OAK
Live Oak, Sept. 20. J. G. 'Hodges,
express agent "for the Southern Ex Express
press Express Company here, was found dead
yesterday with a bullet hole through
his-head. His accounts were exam examined
ined examined and found straight.
m!'m 1 1
CHARLES VII. CROWNED, DESTROYED
y i 7
RHEIMS, WHERE J 0 All OF ARC
THEY SWEEP ALL
POWERFTJL GERMAN ARMIES
POURING INTO RUSSIAN
iBerlin. Sept. 21. A German army
of 100,000 men, captured the towns
of (A'ugus(towo, Szozucyzn, and Gra-
jevo today, and is marching on the
'Russian stronghold at Grodno, it Is
officially announced here-todav. It
was also state'd that success has at-
tended the German offense in France.
ASSUMED THE OFFENSIVE
Berlin, Sept. 21. (Via wireless to
Sayville) The German armies in
'France assu'nred the offensive against
the strongly entrenched allies, it was
officially announced today. :
GERMANS BRINGING BIG SIEGE
J GUNS UP AGAINST THE BEL BEL-"
" BEL-" GIAN CITY
Oatend, Sept. 21. It Is reported
today that thirty, heavy German
siege guns are being sent, toward
Antwerp, indicatting that the Ger Germans
mans Germans will 'attempt to reduce Ant Antwerp
werp Antwerp and capture the Belgian army.
Antwerp, Sept. -.21. Skirmishing
ibetween (Belgians and Germans con continues
tinues continues southeast of Antwerp.
(Another Attempt to Invade Servia
Meets with Disaster
Cs'ish, Sept. 21. The capture of
Jaduka and Rofatica .by (Montene (Montenegrins
grins (Montenegrins marching ,'on Bara jevo was of officially
ficially officially announced today. The' at attempt
tempt attempt of Austrians to invade Servia
was repulsed along the Save river
with. the capture of much foooty.
PRETTY CORNER LOT
The pretty corner (two lots) Im Immediately
mediately Immediately west of the new North
Ocala church for sale.1. Very cheap
for cash. R. R. Carroll. 9-8-tf
'Mr. F. P. Cahoon is representing
Oak in the city today.
. ; Mill
FORCE OF CIRCUMSTANCES SHOVING THEI
TO THE FIGHT
TEIISIOII Hi ITALY AT BREAKING ROIIIT, liOOMIIIA READY
' TO FIGHT AIID GERMANY OFFERING
IIIDOCEFilEIITS TO TURKS
Rome, Sept. 21. An all night ses session,
sion, session, of the Italian cabinet, following
the receipt of a formal denial from
Vienna that Austria was making war
preparations upon the Italian fron frontier,
tier, frontier, ibToke up 'this mcrning without
any statement 'being issued.
(Despite Austria's denial the ten tension
sion tension In Italy is at the 'breaking
point. It is nelieved that Italy, will
soon join the allies against Austria
and Germany. Italy already has
over half a million men under arms.
. ROU3LVNIA IS READY
IRoumania nas given an official re reply
ply reply to Turkey, indicating it is likely
to join Russia, 'Britain and- France
against. the trpJe alliance..
Rome, Sept. 21. It is reported
here that Turkish officials are in
Berlin negotiating terms upon which
Turkey will throw her support to
Germany and Austria.
TURKISH FLEET WILL LOOK TOR
lit is also 'reported that the Turkish-fleet
is coaling at Constantino Constantinople
ple Constantinople ready to move at short notice.
BURTON IS THE
Doubtless He Is Able to Talk Any
, Useful Man to Death
.Washington, Sept. 20. Democrat
ic champions of the $34,000,000 riv
ers and ha labors appropriation bill
gave up their fight to break down the
filibuster of Senators Burton and
Kenyon against the measure at 5:30
o'clock yesterday afternoon after a
session which ihad toeen continuous
.n -vo 11 r'rl -,lr fn' rl o v Til n r-n lnr
Having failed to wear out the' phys
ical endurance 'of the senatcr from
Ohio and his Iowa colleague, dem democratic
ocratic democratic leaders learned of reinforce reinforcements
ments reinforcements coming for the. filibusters and
agreed to a recess until Won day
' One force that .Influenced the dem democrats
ocrats democrats to give up heir entrenched
position against the fiilibuster was
declared to lie the president's atti attitude.
tude. attitude. iMr. Wilson has ad"ocated
strict economy of government expen expenditures
ditures expenditures In view of the financial
stringency and the forthcoming war.
Several democrats have proposed
that the bill be deferred until next
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(Berlin, Sept. 12 1 .- 1 1 was announc announc-ed
ed announc-ed today that J subscriptions to the the-German
German the-German war 'Joan new amount to
over a billion, dollars.
SHOT A BANK
ESCAPED WITH A SMALL
- AMOUNT OF MONEY
Chicago, Sept 21. Automobile
bandits at noon today fatally sho-C
Assistant Cashier Joss of the Frank Franklin
lin Franklin Park State Bank and escaped
POUNDED THE PEGASUS
Germans Have Several Small Suc Successes
cesses Successes on the Sea ... -t
London, Sept. 21. Tho German
protected cruiser Koenlgsberg caugiit
the British light cruiser Pegasus,
overhauling her madiineo' in Zanzi Zanzibar
bar Zanzibar harbor' yesterday and attacked
and disabled her. The tBritish lost
heavily and the Koenlgsberg was
able to steam away. The British loss
Is given as twenty-five killed and
eighty wounded. f
The German cruiser (Emden cap captured
tured captured six British c:erphant steamer
In the Bay of Bengal in six days and
ysank five of them.
On the British side of the score.,
was the sinking of the4 German mer merchant
chant merchant cruiser, supposed to have been
the Cap Trafalgar or the Berlin, by
the former Cunard liner Carmania,"
also armed as a cruiser on Sept. 14,
off the east-coast of South Africa Africa-The
The Africa-The British loss was nine killed and
tweaty-lx wounded. The Genfan
Ios3 is unknown.
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DEMOCRATIC TICKET an injunction to prevent his .interfer
ing with it. The governor had called
Jeneral Election November' 3, 1914 a number of the state troops to Jack
missing In the wastes, with others. WHAT'S WHAT IN WASHINGTON
For what, and why?. Stefansson had
many "boats now on the stream, and
others building. (Mr. Clark, in short,
made the Oklawaha cause his own.
'Mr. Rooney brags cn Congress Congressman
man Congressman Clark;, says he is cne of the
busiest and most influential men in
the House, and that all democrats
and many republicans hope he will
be -promoted to .the Senate. !n case
Senator Bryan is appointed to the
discovered wbat he consider surviv- Secretary Rooney of the Marion
ing types of unrecorded history in County Board of Trade returned 3 u li lithe
the lithe "blonde Eskimo." His fatal day from Washington, where he
journey was one of verification and spent a busy four days in behalf of
additional survey. Suppose he "had Withlacoochee and Oklawaha im im-clinched
clinched im-clinched his point. .The blonde Es- provement.
kimo would have, remained a mys- 'Mr. Rooney received cordial help
tery. As it is, a large part of his from the 'Florida delegation in Sen-
crew ana, it is to oe iearea, Dtei- ate .uci muu, yai ucuianj- u um i leaerai oenua.
ansson himself have paid the price in Congressman Clark, who personally air. Rooney was introduced iby :Mr.
the name of science and in the truth conducted htm to the people most Clark to the attorney general, and
of the lure of danger. Columbia necessary xo. see on ms mission.
State. ne congressman and the secre-
Well, its a good -way to die. Men tary went before the board of en en-who
who en-who take their passing in such man- gineers. Mr. Rooney presented data
ner suffer no more than those who regarding the Withlacoochee, in indie
die indie at home, and they go before they eluding many important statistics
cease to be useful, which is some- furnished toy Mayor Robertson of the
tKin Bvprv real man should wish possibilities of the stream, of the
AFRAID TO LET
j SPARKMAN BE HEARD
Fr United States Senator:
(DU1NOAN U. FLETCHER.
For Congressman, 2nd District:
: FRANK CLARK. '
Fir Commissioner of -Agriculture:
W. A. McRAE. ;
-For Justice of Supreme Court;
UJT. W. SHACKLEFORD.
..For. State Senator, 2 0 th District :
'0 GLENN TERRELL.
j w. j. crosby.
'. W. T. HENDERSON.
For Tax Assessor:
; a (ALFRED tA YE It.
Tax Collector: "; ;
4V. L. COLBERT.
JOHN iM. GRAHAM. 5
: W D. CARN.
. J. T. ill UT CHINS. ;
X WALTER LUFFMAN. ; ;
N. A. FORT.
''I S. R. PYLES.
-H'or Members School Board:
I G. S SCOTT. ;
JB. R. BLITCH.
? J. S. GRANTHAM.
sonville to prevent the fight, but 'had
to yield to the order of the courts.".
; A special to the Times-Union
from v Washington says: When Con Congressman
gressman Congressman S. -01. Sparkman of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, chairman of the (House rivers
the and harbors committee, begged per-
feasibility of a canal plan, an of Major
Slattery's opinion of the head of wa water,
ter, water, to bo obtained 'by a dam at
Stoke's ferry. Mr. Rooney showed
what had been done on the Withla
coochee, and rwhat a great thing it
would ibe if phosphate could be car carried
ried carried in barges direct from the mines
along the rjver to ithe steamers at
Port Inglla, instead of being shipped
on railway cars and transhipped to
Senator, Burton of Ohio, in
course of his fight against the river mission today to address the House ,bargeg ag at ipresent. He also show-
and harbor bill, sand speaking or tne for forty minutes in order tnat ne ed forth how weSt coast com-
Oklawaha Improvement: might offset some of the disparaging r 7fl mp. .n yyunneJlon and
'Rearding this project there is a remarks which have recently "teen .thence by electric lines to Ocala and
m . m -m mi if. I I
letter aaaressea to a democratic sen- made concerning tne rivers ana 'iiar- m.Vro Mnntn intni
ator.from a .prominent 'business man bors'ibill, as well as to reply to some Qf tQ jaconville, .where most of it
well acquainted; with this locality 0f the newspaper articles declaring '(Hfi told nf the hie nower nl ant
who describes this project as an ab- that the biir.was the worst sort of of the .Qaraps on the Withlacoochee,
solute waste. nork barrel legislation, objection was ,f, oKnfv f (h,,, Aitri
It must have occurred to any -pu'b- promptly made 'by several republican lines ag scon as ,they saw in sight the
lie .man who heard Senator. Burton members.
that the person he referred to was
a coward, if not a liar, for making
such a charge and concealing his
The Star strongly suspects that it
knows who the person .was. There
was in Ocala a few months ago a
man. connected with a certain steam steamboat
boat steamboat line, which line, having enjoyed
a monopoly of the traffic on a Flor Florida
ida Florida river for (many years, and sud suddenly
denly suddenly finding most of its ibusiness
taken away from it by a younger and
more enterprising line, has 'become
outspoken in its opposition to im
provement. This man boasted of the
had the pleasure of telling that high
official how solidly Florida support supported
ed supported the junior senator for appoint
!Mr. Rooney says that if Mr. Clark
missed roll call at any morning.'s
session last -week, it. is because he
was out with him working for his
portation, expenditure of money by
the government on streams of thi3
scrt, alter expert advice as to their
strategical importance in trad, U no
fess improper than the e:ab:ishment
of great docks and the deepening of
already deep channels in the harbors
which receive the commerce of the
Always, mhen a irivers and hoibors
bill comes up for -passage, somebody
is trying to "slip something over."
Detection of thesa well-masked as
saults on -the treasury is a patriotic
service. Now, in particur, this bill
should suffer, along -with other ap appropriations,
propriations, appropriations, the pruning knife of
economy; but it is unfair and unju.st J
to condemn the bill' itself a3-a graft;
because it was drawn In the begin-'
ning to include and embrace pro-'
constituents and the state of 'Florida ects which at the time appeared
While the secretary did not ac accomplish
complish accomplish what he hoped to do in
Washington, he did much gcoSi ivork.
all of which -will be heard from when
more auspicious days arrived. He
says ve must not be discouraged" by
this setback, but g6 right on work working
ing working for Oklawaha improvement,
whach is sure to come at a not dis distant
tant distant day.
reasdnf.lie cn their fare.
LEE AND JOHNSTON
.Many of the old-timers who knew
the genial iA S. Mann in the fhalcyon
'business to justify them in doing so.
iWf mirhv-l h:la and under aus
picious circumstances would have ob obtained
tained obtained a verdict.
. :Mr. Clark and Mr. Rooney found
the memt-ers of the board of en-.
NOT BE DESIRABLE
3ark Trammell is a lawyer, but ihe Influence of this line in a nortnern
mf dna Kftm tn h taking icrreat in- city, and declared that tne sail in-
nicf-.fn. i.0 mdifnrft rtf fthA farmprs tluence snouia toe usea against me
river and barbor 'bill.
'P,he 'Citrus (Seminar at Gainesville w noeverne is, ne is -a .ixxu,
imms tomorr-ow. and rwill doubtless 'as everybody acquainted .with
. Lii. j j -u.. 'nrni' r,,r (Oklawaha Imows. he is a liar.
.151 r Lionel Garden seems just a lit-
iiao lb'it worse tthan George Fred Wil-
. George Fred imay talk too much,
Ibu l he 'isn't given to snarling.
i! Don't .forget that it is highly nec-
iDSfary to tput in some good iwork ev-
texy day Tor the !Marion-Sumter- Fair.
It will open tin jusit two months from
v 'this week. .
""One of our young Mends, .who
' otitis an auto, cn (hearing that a var
tore was to be laid on gasoline, re re-tntiTked,
tntiTked, re-tntiTked, "Its a dam shame to have to
jray ifor someibody else's ;wa.r."
iThe Star regrets to say that Mutt
"' aitd Jeff iwere -neither drowned nor.
iiznade prisoners. They are home
from their vacation and 'Kuyke" of
tie Clearwater Sun is happy, for the
iflrst time in a month.
: St. Petersburg hasn't one of those
: r nn,iTior ninths. 'but--it 'has its
, jgjji ij
share of things the girls ought
cm. St. Petersburg Times.
Havo you some pimple-ib rained
-dnde's down there, too?
days that attended the discovery of gineers .well affected toward the im-
phosphate' and populism, will greatly provement, but discouraged and
f tn ,iaom ryp v.ic tVi ttp wa ? I cmewha t aazrY at the imanner in
specially prominent in this part of which. their recommendations had
Florida and made hundreds of been treated for political reasons by
friends,- all of whom that are alive a lot of cheap statesmen in tne en en-will
will en-will sorrow at his passing. ate and .House, the inference of these
; The Times-Union of Sunday says: "statesmen" ibcing .that the engineers
"Senator A. S. Mann of this city had virtually sold their influence;
died at Car Harbor (Maine, last night which is a most undeserved slander
after an operation for appendicitis, on one of the most skillful and con con-performed
performed con-performed there last Thursday, scientious bodies of men in' the
"iHis body will be brought to Jack-" world the men who cut the Panama
RmivHlft for interment." former Gov. canal without any graft; something
W. !S. Jennings, his son-in-law, fhav- never equaled in the 'history of the
ing 'left Qast night, for New York to world. The engineer have made
meet the body and accompany it with their investigations skillfully and
Mrs. Mann and (Mrs. Jennings to this heir estimates conscientiously, but
cit5V of course unless Congress approves
"Senator IMann was one of the they can do no more,
bes-t known citizens of .Florida, hav- fMr. Clark took .01 r. Rooney to see
ing represented Hernando county in the -Florida senators who advised
the state senate for several terms, them mot to try to do anything more
and having teen engaged promi- at this time, 'rne wors oi prannmg
nently in the rear estate business in for improvement will not be thrown
this' and other parts of the state. He away. It can all be used ifor the
was also an enthusiastic good roads next 'river and fcar.bor Ibill, .which
advocate and did much to stimulate -wiH come .before the next Congress,
road building in Florida. and have a .better chance of success.
"He was born in CenterA'ille, O., iThe strongest influence against
ciwv.MiMi.ft vMiMflm. and snent the ibill Is that of,. the. president-Mr.
long, (before the upper Missouri f'd L(Iie thirty yeaTs Cf Oils life in Wilson wants the Ibill cut to the low-
Florida, more than twelve of which est possible amount. 'He .nas staies staies-were
were staies-were passed in this city, where, he manlike reasons for thishe wants
r.MT fTT. .-Hm-nTirift n Pnter the the expense of the government
real estate field. His home at Sil- brought to the iminlimum, and thinks
ver and lEleventh streets was well of course that Florida can do her
known for its bospitaility and the share of self-sacrifice. (Be has not
cordiality with -which toe received all denied the necessity for the work, or
his friends. made aspersions on those who are
"Senator Olann r. survived 'by his trying to have it done. He is entire entire-wife
wife entire-wife and two daughters, .Mrs. W. S. ly apart from the cheap politicians,
Jennings and jMrs. John M. Bell, of most of who are from sections that
this city, .Two sons, also residents nave ia,u,eneu vu Bwuuicui.6tw
in this state, are (Austin and Roy ana now try to prevem. sec-uuus iuai
need improvement from ootainmg
Mr. Clark introduced Mr. Rooney
quoting him, Senatqr Burtou used
disreputable tactics, which, however,
we suppose had no effect on any
reasonable man who- 'heard him.
'Statements of men who are afraid to
let their names be known are al always
ways always suspicious.
Ever since the American flag was
hoisted over Florida, 94 years ago,
the Oklawaha toas been recognized by
the .government tas an important ar artery
tery artery of "commerce. The government
used it to send supplies to its forts
other western rivers were used for
the same purpose. v nen tne .. war
broke out, most "ot the commerce of
all this part of Florida was going
over the same stream. It brought
in the '.bulk of goods used in this
sectfbn until the railroad came, and
always .has done considerable busi
ness. We have the commerce for it
right now if we could obtain the im
provements, and in preventing the
latter Senator Burton, ana nis coi-
ileagues are playing into the' hands
of Ithe railroads or .working for
them for the railroads know that
once the Oklawaha has a fair show
it will (break the strangle hold they
now (have on this section of Florida.
- The Times-Union military expert
doesn't think so much of Joe John-
ifnn ss snnifi other folks, and his
opinion is both interesting and origi
nal. He says:
"(We are entirely unorthodox in our
estimate of Gen. Johnston. We think
he -would have been an able comman commander
der commander of an army about equal in
strength to the opposing army, but he
wouldn't lead a forlorn hope, and the
Confederacy iwas never anything else.
Nobody denies that Johnston had ful fully
ly fully half as many men as Sherman had.
At the same time nobody asserts that
Lee had half as many as Grant had.
Johnston, -unwilling to fight two -men
with one, was always clamoring for
reinforcements. Lee, fighting three
men with one, never called for rein reinforcements,
forcements, reinforcements, and in ail this time nev never
er never lost a -battle. In a month he kill killed
ed killed or wounded more of the enemy
than he had men. (He was fighting
against desperate odds, but he knew
that was just what the Confederacy
wa's doing everywhere, and had to dp
everywhere, so he fought and didn't
vmnlain. Gen. Johnston always
dreamed that the, Confederacy, which
had less than one-fourth as many
men as the Union, could give him
approximately as many men as the
Union commander opposed hira had,
and' he regarded the government's
failure to send ihlm men it didn't
have as a piece of personal persecu persecution."
tion." persecution." The comparison Is correct but the
T.-U. should tKave added tlfit while
almost any careful general can .be
a iFabius or a Johnston, It takes a
special plan of the fates to make a
(Napoleon or a Lee.
iThe New York World very truly
fully expresses American sentiment
and good policy in the following:
In London, in Paris and in St.
Petersburg they already talk of dis:
membering the German Empire.
This talk may be only the irrespon irresponsible
sible irresponsible expression of popular -resentment
against the German military
autocracy, but at best it is an omin ominous
ous ominous symptom. That such a. crime
against civilization could te discus
sed at all is a strange cc rain en tan
on human nature.
N Had Bismark's
heeded in 1S71,
THE FALSE CRY OF "PORK"
TW. Ctnr Viqo Cff1 m ftlci T1ST WaT
, to a number of the most prominent
on tne r ioriua uuuui uui u uuiu i
The following from the Columbia
State -will strike the people of this
section with particular force just
It may toe that the program of
expenditures amounting to $53,000, $53,000,-000
000 $53,000,-000 as outlined in the rivers and
harbors bill ought to be pruned ma materially
terially materially by CongTess, especially at a
t$me when extraordinar' taxes are
admittedly -necessary. One might
with safety go further to declare that
every such appropriation for a gen
eration or more has contained Iems
and faictorsat Montgomery, Ala., Sat Saturday
urday Saturday organized the Turpentine
Farmers' Association, without capital
One good sign is the reopening of
the crate and basket, mill ait Irvine.
tt n ? Mi ;Vi!n ihpp.n in oDeration a
AJMfJC? x-- 1 . 4 .l?r, ronw
e !WO,t ion ;V.lrQ A'c ,"kPrf?n ,mon- lor ildVi
.. if Tiart (bpon Khut down 'De esxaoiisnea eiuutri ti
fci order to put in some new machin- J
- ii wArir t Qrganization were Messrs. W alter
cry, ami mm utnw 1 , T
Bar of Martel and Ocala and J.
Hi ii man or juiveais.
, wtt or,. rha nwn tP-!1
mildly insinuate to the Florida State r l1" "; .7! 7 "7 that gave .he government a poor bar-
claiming improvement lor the Okla- gail1
. 1 .VK' VI I! U XMI1U MIL' II Vtrilll II ili I
a tnousana "rvvrir iHfirrl" as the medium of
fscinn that instead of the
Seventy-five naval stores producers L Mlgs xike ;tt put the
, , nM, I gain. But these facts do not jus-
claiming improvement lor the Okla- V . . 4,
Liy cne 'oieu
In the first place, let it -be remem-
Alsace and Lor
raine would" not have been taker
from France. But the German Gen Gen-fr1
fr1 Gen-fr1 Staff was drunk with the lust
of conquest, the newly crowned Kai- j
ser wa3 obsessed by the ambition of
empire, and Bismark, wlio had pre-
vented the rape o! Austria .a. lbbb,
yielded to considerations -of military
exiediency. In conseauence, Alsace-
Lorraine has been a festering sore in
the side of Europe for ".forty-three
years. Yet Englishmen and French-
men, otherwise intelligent; talk seri seriously
ously seriously of creating new Alsacea and
Lorralnes out of German territory, to
breed new hatreds, new revenges and
If Germany is decisively beaten,
Germany must expect to pay the cost' cost'-of
of cost'-of thi3 war to .the last pertny. She
antist be prepared not only to meet
staggering Indemnities. nntliZimit
to a limitation of armament, Vat aUo .N
to surrender the Reichland and Prus Prussia
sia Prussia Polish provinces, which are the
fruits of military conquest. JBut the
Germany that is truly German, the
Germany of which German people
themselves are the bone and flesh and
blood and brain to dismember thatf
Germany would be a calamity to
mankind for the peace of Europe, it
would te a continuing incentive to
new wars of Tevene and hatred. A
peace that outraged German nation nationality,
ality, nationality, or compelled men who are
Gorman by trace, speech, tradition
and culture to live under another
flag, would mean only a peace o! the
cn-ftrd ami the world ha3 seen
enough of that in Alsace-Lorraine.
It is too early to foresee the end of
this war, ibut Americans may well de
preciate all threats of insatiable re
prisal which come from British and
French sources. Should Germany be
completely crushed, American senti
ment would certainly interpose to
swe her from national annihilation
if possible, as American sentiment, in
other circumstances, would have in interposed
terposed interposed to save France from nation-
(Misguided German organizations in
this country which are continually
nagging the United States govern-
the stream and the
. .. . i Mmn.rtrt.an cp. of
Ptorda girls tnat tne fctar cou a the
name (and. there are several muu- .
u v . .. .JrvPAnlp whilP honlne for and need
sand it doesn't know) on tne coin, u r ..n in hbered that every one of these projects
WUUIU lla't5 Lrtcu u-ivit. li'1 w i'
and caused the dollar to sell better.
ahead themselves, as proven by tll calling for the expenditure of govern-
ment money is nrsi oi an invesiigai-
Having heard the opinion express
ed that Germany, In consequence of
the war would soon be confronted
i am tt thJ by a gasoline famine (which would
be almost as .iatai lo a. imuuciu
as lack of gunpowder) the Star call-j
me of the fine features of Sun-J
i,vc fro.mi,w Tiribime was the most It is a mi
lliijr o iiuixhk. i
wmplete map yet published of the farmer gets any benefit tbrouga a re-
2ield of operations m uNuruuumuu Vi uu s & lEn gel ken and was in-
Ocala Cash Grocery
rreference. The -bunaay inuua
;tmly a newspaper and magazine in
jj According to the Times-Union, J.
:EL T. Bowden .will .be a candidate for
mayor of Jacksonville at the next
election. IMr. Bowden will ibe remem remembered
bered remembered principally for the fact that
the Corbett-iMitchell prize-fight was
Wiled off under one of his former
ministrations, 5n spite of the oppo oppo-i
i oppo-i isliion of the governor and most of
tlhe law-abiding people of the state.
Ttiis prize-fight brought a great deal
Ko unwiholesome notoriety on Florida,
;knd caused the legislature of 95 ,to
issLSS a law making prize-fighting il-
in this state. Bowden was the
5 besost-energetic promoter of the Cor-
ftit-IMltcheH mill, and after vainly
' hotels all in his power to induce the
the rate on a
Tarpon Springs to New York is now
80 cents, and
France. The. star, nearu ; Wvuat u ; .formed by liim that Germany and
-.people say they woum irame w iui ou wux. h- sufficient sources of
supply for the useiui iiqum m iuw
j. s -.r. rrha PTfLtpst oil I tt
j.t. si i own .leuiiuii". o i
I -it i iu ..'i-vll oro in Ann PTioa
ii i en a. rtnoWao itho uiciua
x-. Kof -w n t and Russia, but there are some good-
,n rfv. n .vm ?n. sized petroleum wens m
the InderatlgaDie iienuau
Complete Line of
STAPLE AND FANCY
.Mva-Wfl ,a ?thp nthor PTid. : The COU
rx- -r i- fonmM. have a method or
SSUiiilcr UU 4wVV HJl Iv, llUi UU.tr laiuici
in (Florida, gets the benefit. Tar- irom coal tar.
nnn Knrinsrs Leader.
- I a 1 I TT
It is perfectly safe for the Leader We see by Sundays uspuuW g
to say reduction of freight rates tnat lmiss wuo vt
would not help .Florida farmers, speaker's daughter, has launched a
There has been no reduction in the boom to .make cotton fabrics the
rates since the railroads 'began run- dress goods of the women of the con-nina-
trains. iSo as an assertion, the gressional set -and thereby contribute
Leader's statement is all right. As to efforts to relieve the stagnation in
an argument, it is punk. the cotton market causea Dy xne Eu
ropean war. Xot being able to duj
1 m i A. V 4 m.
Latest Arotic disaster is that of woolen, and not needing it more xuau
the Karluk, (bearing Stefansson and ten days in the year, we have .been
party. The Karluk is gone, with bulling the cotton market by wea;ing
mm of her crew. Stefansson is cotton ever since we came to Florida.'
ed iby the engineer corps of the
army. These men are not remotely
in politics. They are professional to
their finger tips. They deal with
facts and with possibilities as facts
will change them into reality. It Is
easy to cry "pork" when a rivers
and harbors .bill comes np carrying
large appropriations, but the cry
is not the proof. It is easy for the
orators of statistics like (Burton of
Ohio, to sleze on this and that item
for obscure streams and to demand
with infinite sarcasm, (how and in
TERMS STRICTLY CASH Hr111 P their ligation is nec-
H essary xo ine puonc aerense. These
skirmish tactics are, easily staged and
the rres3, in great part, has "fallen"
fcr them. It remains the truth that
at least ninety per cent, of the pro-
je:t? let forth in the rivers and har
bors bill are clearly Justifiable.
naturally, it is hard for a state
already possessing great harbors and
navigable rivers to understand why
t:he government should help the Im-
men insulting and defaming the
American newspapers and bulldozing
American public opinion are render
ing a sorry service to their Father Fatherland.
land. Fatherland. The time may come when on only
ly only the friendship of the American
people can save the German Empire
from ruin. Even the dullest mind
should toe able to perceive the fatal
folly of doing anything that might
alienate this friendship or (make it
less ardent in defense of German
nationality should the fortunes' of
war leave Germany prostrate at the
feet of her enemies.
Come -and get our prices
They are Lower than
H. L JARYIS, mgr.
Next tO Burnetts Tailor H Provement of a river that has a mean
FORT KING AVE:
depth, let ns say, of three feet. Yet
such fa river has frequently proved
the commerceial salvation of inland
cities. 'As opening up commerce and
providing economical means of trans-
Fourteen pounds of sugar for ?1
with cash purchases of other grocer-
ie3 to the amount of 51, Saturday
and Monday only. Smith Grocery
Company. adv. 2t
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Board and Rooms,
203 XOUTII JLU.V ST.
rrovernor to consent to it, took out
THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR, MOXDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1914
e. i 1 1 t i mil. imt-ftmmtmi'iirf-d --rfTJ,,-.. .n1t .. .. ...p,,,,,.., r-liw n :iim ., .. ..,
fl- wral trmmmrp. Er-sssrri c- r-rr
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"ET m r-ep-i T T T 1 .... .1 I 1. TT n
jLiKe a lorrent irom JNiagara: tne cro was nave piungea into me oargams 01
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS SALE at
V J i J J
Tuesday will be Banner Day and we will give, Absolutely Free, a 50c Broom with every $300 purchase,
.'. The mercantile magnate will again draw the crowds where the bargains are biggest and best. Now, if you would share in this money-saving event you will
have to hurry for each day's selling sees entire stocks wiped out. Such tremendous selling as-that of the past few days has left us with many hundreds of. remnants,
odds and ends, broken lines and short lengths, little of this and a little of that. Thousands of things from every department, counter, shelf and corner. Owing to this
famous selling event and broken stock we've decided to continue this sale
fl. o .(jjI.
1 1 1
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I I i r
The curtains will be rung down forever upon the last sceile, of the last act, of this ever-to-be-remembered tragedy of prices. Never before and never again will
you. have the chance to purchase merchandise of known merit at prices quoted during this sale
Don't Delay Dela y Means Disappointment !! Hurry, Hurry, Hurry !!
LAST APPEAL : After 23 years of merchandising in Ocala I am now retiring from business forever. OWing to the fact that I am forced to turn over this
store I now occvpy to B. Goldman, I find myself overstocked with' merchandise and forced to sell the balance at prices that have never been heard of in the entire
staue. Prices will be cut deeper '
THE LAST CALL
The Best Change Sale
VEDNESDAY, SEPT. 30TH
at 8 p. m.
Come to the Retiring from Business Sale at
(DcMaio .. FIlsio
m itiifv null m ii ftri r ni n "'i ri ' A ,hl "lllf-t'M
Store Closed TODAY on account of Jewish Holiday. Will open tomorrow
illii.ni.l II Ilium UHII II, II i "iijpi ii j y i ii I.JM mi li
: --''-- -- f'1-'- -)
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 30TH
. at 8 p. m.
wm, mtin i
H rm m M
A Geitufnc Java and Moca
.; In l ib. Packages Always Fresh Roasted
By the way, come and see those little solid alcohol stoves, 75 cents.
" wh) owns the dwelling the business property that stands
in yo ar name?
of coiuse you tliink that you do; hut are you right?
the question is worth considering, it involves the origin and
the development of individual ownership in land.
in the beginnig of civilization no man owned any definite part
of the? earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plenti plentiful
ful plentiful for individuals to dispute over the occuoancy of any particu particu-lar
lar particu-lar spot.
florida title and abstract corporatioB
Star Want Ads. Bring Results
Alert Governor of Florida Helps to
Combat Danger to the State's
To the Citizens of Florida:
.Recently there apearei in the
southeastern portion of the state a
dangerous and insidious" foe to the
great citrus industry of Florida,
known aa the citrus canker.
ii-ortunately this disease has yet ;
infected only a small area in the cit citrus
rus citrus belt.' It is confidently believed
that by concerted and intelligent
work the ipest can be prevented from
spreading lheyend -t'he territory it has
already reached and that within a
short time the disease can be entirely
eradicated. The, people of -the in infected
fected infected region are thoroughly aroused
and ably "organized to fight this pest.
The state inspector of nursery stock
and others are rendering valuable
skilled and scientific aid in an effort
to exterminate the citrus canker, and
the problem -has now resolved itself
into o'he of securing sufficient funds
to keep a force of skilled fighters. in
the field to combat and conquer this
foe "to our groves.
I have today applied $1,000 of the
state's -funds placed at my disposal
for contingencies, to aid in this fight:
To imy regret no other state funds
are available for this purpose. In
my message to the last legislature,
I recommended -That it appropriate
$3,000 a year for use in "stamping
out and preventing the spread of any
disease or insect which threatened
any of our agrculiural cr horticul horticultural
tural horticultural interests to such an extent as
to -become a public menace," but the
legislature failed to act upon that
"While the citrus canker is today
only within a limited area, it will
unless soon checked, gradually
spread and become a real' menace
to. the twhole citrus fruit section. It
is a matter in which1 every citizen
inAhe citrus belt is vitally interest interested,
ed, interested, and is one cf great concern to all
the people of Florida. That active
and concerted work may be continu continued
ed continued until the citrus canker is entirely
exterminated, and our great industry
protected, I most earnestly appeal to
the citizens of the state and most es especially
pecially especially to those in the grove sec sections,
tions, sections, (to rally to the aid and relief of
our fellow citizens in the .infected
sections and give them all possible
This 'matter is one of such impor importance
tance importance that it is worthy of immediate
attention and helpful activity by the
various commercial organizations of
the 3tate, as .well as by all persons
and those organizations interested
chiefly tin the growing and market marketing
ing marketing of citrus fruits. I trust that an
active campaign for raising the funds
necessary to combat the threatened
danger to cne of ithe state's greatest
industries 'will .be immediately in inaugurated.
augurated. inaugurated. For information relative to the
citrus canker and ithe financial needs
to erad'eate the disease, communi communicate
cate communicate with Dr. OE. V. Berger, state
nursery inafpector, Gainesville, Fla.
iPark Trainmen? Governor.
Tallahassee, Fla., Sept. 17, 1 9 1 A.
Three skeletons apparently of pre prehistoric
historic prehistoric folk, one of -whom must have
stood about ten feet high were un
eartl ed ,by laborers- digging founda foundations
tions foundations for cottages at ir-sart county,
Louth. Ireland. The Si.all of the
skeleton was entire, and "'measured
eighteen inches from the crown to
the chin, and the leg bones and teeth
were abnormally laree. The skeletons
were in Fenerate craves.
All experience evinces that human
sentiments are strongly affected by as associations.
sociations. associations. The recurrence of anniver
saries.or of longer periods of time nat
arally freshens the recollection 'and
deepens the impression of events with
which they are historically connected connected-Renowned
Renowned connected-Renowned places also have a power to
awaken feeling which all acknowledge
No American can pass by the fields of
Bunker Hill. Monmn'-'i and Camden
as if they were ordi..... spots on the
earth's surface. Whoever ..visits them
feels the sentiment "of love of country
kindling anew, as If the spirit that be belonged
longed belonged to the transactions which have
rendered these places distinguished still
hovered round with power to move and
excite all who In future time may ap approach
proach approach them. Daniel Webster
Marriage among Moslems In India
Is followed by other ceremonies. The
bride, with the bridegroom. Is taken
back to her father's bouse after four
days: then aain she conies back to het
husband's house after ten days stay
and then after a stay of twenty days
returns to her, father's housov for at
least six months. Thus Instead. of hav
Ing a short period of honeymoon the.v
make it hist almost a year.
Light .From the Eah.
The darkest part of the sky Is al always
ways always aglow The earth itself gives
off a lotof light. Scientists of the
Franklin institute have measured this
earth light and-have found that it ia
of the order of cne-tenth part of the
Intensity of j etar of the first order of
magnitude. It Is attributed, at least
partially, to a permanent aurora bore bore-alis
alis bore-alis which i; revealed by the charac characteristic
teristic characteristic green ray cbserved on ob obscure
scure obscure nights in the whole hsavens.
till. mm i ? m a
vvny is i nis inusr
Every married man knows ho'vf
much easier it is for his wife to dis discover
cover discover a hole in his pocket than that
a button is missing from hi3 coat.
A coat now and then of DAVIS
OLD COLONY WAGOX PAINT pre preserves
serves preserves your -wagons and farm imple implements
ments implements and makes them look li'ae
new. FOR SALE BY THE MARION
if AR WARE COMPANY. 3
Why. Roquefort Is Strong.
Roquefort -hceso gets4ts sharp flavoi
from ea prole, on pry lie and cupric acid
and their salts, which are formed by a
sort of hydrolysis of the fat during
the ripening period. This change Is
caused by a, microbe called PenieiUiuni
roquefortL These acids have a pep
A pair of long wood en .knitting nee needles
dles needles are most excellent for draining
doughnuts. As the doushnuts are
fried slip them on a needle, and when
it Is foil rest It on the top of a pan to
cool. The doughnuts do not crush, and
the lard drains off.
Melting the Heart of Anger.
Is thy friend angry with tbee? Then
provide him an opportunity of show
Ing thee a great favor. Over that his
heart must needs- melt, and he will
love thee again. RIcbter.
The making- of "glazed tiles or "azo
lejos" Is the only ancient Yalendan In
dustry vrhlch has retained its Impor
tance through centuries np to the pres
Plain Patient My face pains me,
doctor. What Khali I do? Doctor
Inj sure I don't know. Yon might try
a beauty specialist.
OPEN DAI ANT) ?;iGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any iour. Adv.
THE WEARY WAY
Daily Ilecoinhig Less Wearisome to to-Many
Many to-Many in Ocala
With a back that ache3 all day.
With rest disturbed at night,
Annoying urinary disorders,
us a weary way indeed.
-'Dean's Kidney Pills are especially
for kidney trouble.
Are endorsed by Ocala citizens.
C. C. French, carpenter, 103 W.
Sanchez St.-, Ocala, says: Doan's
Kidney Pills did me more good than
anything elese I ever used. I had
been having attacks of backache and,
trouble with my kidneys for some
time. It made me feel miserable and
run down -In health. As soon as -1
used Doan's Kidney Pills, I got re relief
lief relief and I have relied on the remedy
ever since. I have many times recom recommended
mended recommended Doan's Kidney Pills to those
complaining of their kidneys."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. French had.' Foster Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Ad7
Rough on the Ola hziz.
In a quiet English v.llage there was
recently held a celebration- in tba
schoolroom at the dedication of a new
fire engine- It was a giddy evening,
with three speeches by local clergy clergymen
men clergymen and a long-winded erotica by a
tald-headed pcLiicl.u. 1h 'g'czi Cf the
evening was the following toast;
"May fche (the' fire tni-e) be like tha
dear eld a:aids of cur villa gc always
ready, but never wanted!"
The kindergarten and primary
school, conducted by Misses Rowley
and Gates the p33t two years, will
reopen "Monday September 2 8th,
I have moved my store from
South Main street to the Burnett
building on East Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, where I shall be pleased to
meet -my old as wrell as new pat patrons
rons patrons in the future when they are
ia need of anything In the line of
New or Second Hand Furniture
and House Furnishings. I have
now .on hand several exceptional
bargains in Second Hand Bed
Room Sets. OH Stoves and Rockers.
Ls u Li ij I II
11 FORT KING A VEX VII
THE OCALA EVENING ST A II, MONDAY, SKPTEJUJKn 21. 1914
Ifl II AFFAIRS
firt Wedneriay in November. The
Will Bryan Chapter, of Kissimmee.
wilWe hostess of the convention and
the women cf that hospitable town
M A TU R
Thought for the Day
A 'troubled spirit mars the temper
(Mrs. 51. !E Robinson and daugh daughters
ters daughters returned last night from a six
are arranging manv pleasures for tne
If I I ttfV. V I I 1 1 I 1 VI IV M
Tempt the appetite,
f please the taste and
, nourish the body.
. Crisp, clean and fresh
'Round, thin, tender
with a delightful flavor
appropriate for lunch luncheon,
eon, luncheon, tea and dinner.
10 cents. ':'.
Made of the finest
' 'j to perfection. The
. national strength
U food, xo cents.
; . ...
.A i -
J Buy biscuit baked by
at i o nal b iscurr
dways look for that Name.
--it,-,- :, s
weeks' Visit -to ..Tybee,- Savannah an
wr. vv-fliinem Tatmer -nas naa as
n:s guest for the week-end his
bother,- Mr. Harry Palmer of Tampa,
who stopped off here en route home
from a delightful vacation spent in
New York City.
'Miss (Alma Williams has returned
to ner nome in jacKsonviue alter a
snort visit in dhis city as 'the guest
of Mrs. B. X. iLooney.
IMiss -Eunice Bray has returned
from a. short visit to Gainesville.
Mrs. p. Greenwood Haley, who
i3 spending some' time in Asheville
for her 'health, en route to Washing
ton, where she will in all probability
spend a greater portion or tne win winter
ter winter .with iher sister, MrsEdgar 'H.
Price, r'has left her little daughter
ivvith her parents, QIr and Mrs..C J.
Phillips in Jacksonville.
The many Ocala 'friends of -Mr.
and IMrs. C. J. Phillips will regret -to
learn tnat itney nave idecrded to re
main indefinitely ire Jacksonville
;Mr. and IMrs. Phillips had intended
returning to their home in this city
to reside about the first of Ootober.
; (Mrs. .H; L. LMartin of 'Lake Weir is
the guest of 'Mrs.
for a few days.
rusraIilTriar goes to press,
Uearns of the marriage o.f iMiss Lucy
(Moorhead to air. H. A. Davies. They
were united by 13 r. W. II. .Dodge at
the bride's hom, and left soon after
for Daytona Bach. They are two
Vof our S3est-likd 3'oung people, ana
re Star joins their other friends ii
ELLIS' NEWS. DEPOT
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P. A. EIiLIS, Manager.
AXAj THE TVTEST 3IAGAZIXES
tNext to Prank's .;,
No. 0 N. Magnolia Street.
AilvertlSi? in the STAB for results.
Times-rUnian: An interesting
event of the week twill be the mar marriage
riage marriage of Miss Alice 'Meggs, daughter
of IMr. and 'Mrs. L. L. Qleggs of this
city, and Mr -Harry Dale Smith,
fomerly of Chicago, 111., but now of
Jacksonville, which will 'be solemniz solemnized
ed solemnized Tuesday at "high neon at the
home of the foride's parents in River Riverside.
side. Riverside. m
The ceremony, which "will be per performed
formed performed !by Rev. J. Lindsey Patton,
rector of the Church of the Good
Shepherd, .will be witnessed only by
the fimmediate family of -the Ibride.
Following the ceremony there will
be a wedding (breakfast, after -which
the couple will leave for an extended
wedding trip". .
iMiss IMeggs is a young .woman of
unusual personal charm and since
her debut has ibeen exceedingly pop popular
ular popular in Jacksonville social circles.
Mr. Smith during his tbrief resi residence
dence residence In Jacksonville, 'has made
many friends ;who will extend con congratulations
gratulations congratulations and best wishes.
lOn their return from their -v;ed-
George Campbell ding trip they make thelv ihome
in this city.
Miss Sadie iMeadows returned to
her heme in Tampa this" afternoon)
after a delightful weelt-end s'pent in
the city with her sister, Miss Sally-;
15etter Ilabies Contest
'Have you a baby in your home?
If so, read this announcement.
The second better babies contest
r. for Ocala will ;be held in ithft Wo-
Mrs. G. K- Williams and daughter, man's Club ttouse, November 11, 12,
tMiss Edith -Williams, returned this and i3.
ariternoon jfrom a very delightful! The ;better 'babies contest is a pop-
week spent at .North Lake Weir. ular yet scientmc movement to in
sure abetter ba'bies and a better race.
It consists of entering, examining
Mrs. C R. Kreger and daughter,
Virginia, -who have been spending I aHaiu,us y a.u.reu iruui
the past six weeks in North and slx 'montns to three years of age, on
South Carolina, are expected home
The regular monthly meeting of
the Ladies' Home and Foreign .Mis .Missionary
sionary .Missionary Society of the PVesbyterian
church -will tbe 'held Thursday, Sept.
24th, at 4 p. m., In the church build-
ing.- ;' ..-;;;
The (presidents of the various
chapters of the United Daughters of
the Confederacy throughout the
state has received official notice of
the change oif the date of the next
that are applied to live-stock shows.
SMere beauty does not feount. Phys Physical
ical Physical and mental development only
are considered. Tbe' (better babies
contest insures a better race of Am
ericans, fbecause It teacnes parents
how to improve the physical condi conditions
tions conditions of children. It arouses inter
est In the conservation of the child
liife and 'health, and in all forms of
child iwelfare. It forges, a connect connecting
ing connecting Jink between parents and teacn-
ers, between the iiome and the scien
tific study "of child life.
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Shown in all the
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SEE THE NEW
SHAPES IN THESE
Consider this matter carefully and
convention of the Florida division of an Fourself of the wonderful ad
vantage It offers.
the U. D. C. from December to the
S "' :
One of the charming weelc-end .vis
itors to .the city is Miss Willie Igou,
daughter of Senator and Mrs. W. 01.
Igou, of Eustls. She Is spending sev
eral days with IMiss (Elizabeth Miller
at 116 Market street, and is en route
home after a delightful! vacation
spent in Tennessee and Georgia.
(Miss Igou is expected on a short
visit in this city to her aunt and
uncle, Mr. and Qlrs. Sam Igou and
family en route to her home in Eus-
day for a visit to her sister, Qlrs. J.
F. Thompson. 4
' U. I). C.
Dickison Chapter, U. D. ''C will
liold memorial services in memory of
Mrs Fanny Tt. Gary, Saturday, Sept.
26tb,' 3:20 p. m.r at the residence of
Mrs. .E. L. Carney., The U. C. V.,
the S. C. V. and Fanny H. Gary chap chapter,
ter, chapter, of C. are invited to attend.
Mrs. Bittinger returned today
from a pleasant visit to xnenas at
the ila&e. '
fThe services at tne 'North Ocala
Union ichurch yesterday aifternoon
.were well attended oy the citizens of j
.North Ocala and a large number XX
'MemeDavis lhas returned to
Tier home iff J?r a most- delightful
two weeks' L&r L13"iMiss Ruth Ley at
akeland. .) i
-when you buy a
P'TT f-" I II 1 i ill I fill H .VOfWf"! 1 Mf
, It is not a question of your judgment only, or
of ours ; when you buy a Remington you are
backed by the judgment of over three-quarters of
a million Remington users. There is no other army
of typewriter users ljke it. The collective voice of
the typewriter using world says "Remington."-
You are backed in your judgment by Remington
sales of a machine a minutethe high water mark
of typewriter production unanswerable evidence
of Remington progress and Remington leader leadership.;'
ship.;' leadership.;' :- Vv-:
When you buy a Remington you know what
you are getting.
Writ to us for our latest illustrated booklet describing all
. the new improvements of our 10 and 11 visible models
Remington Typewriter Company
Mrs. Sallie Gordon of .Tampa' 'will
arrive W eanesday afternoon for a
! few days' visit to her sister, Mrs.
Mrs. A. G. Gates was the: hostess
this afternoon of the Methodist sew
ing circle. A most delightful after
noon was spent by the ladies with
their needles and during the social
ihalf hour the ihostess served refresn-
IMr. Charlie Chazal returned to
-Hastings tli is afternoon after a week
end visit to his parents, Mr. and (Mrs.
L. R. Chazal.
(Mts. W. V. .Newsom and little
daughter Helen, have just conclude;
a visit with Mrs. R. D. Dodge at
Cape Charles, Va., and are now visit
ing relatives at Chester, S. C, after
which they will go to Gainesville
Ga., to visit Mrs. Newsom's Jbrother.
FIRST SERVICE IN
NORTH '.OCALA CHURCH
I 1 E f I 1
I I f M 1 I
rom town. The ouilding is not com-
Dleted and chairs were loaned for the
day. But the (building is a credit to
the work and enthusiasm of the citi
zens of 'North Ocala. A meeting will
called for one evening this weelc
oKthe pastors and trustees of all the
chirches to complete plans for the
Mrs. Clarke and Mrs. Tanner
Kendrick are inmates of the
tal, and both are doing well.
Mrs. Sauls is improving. -Mrs;
C. W." Hunter continues
One of our youn&est (perhaps our
youngest) physicians, a "Marion
county boy, has offered his services
to the government in the Red Cross
work, and is likely to be called upon
at any day All his friends congrat congratulate
ulate congratulate him on his spirit of self-sacri
fice and devotion to the cause of hu
, We 'have opened a .new drug store in the Wallls build building
ing building on South Main street, and shall make every endeavor to
please everyone who may favor us with their patronage.
While we make a specialty. of PROMPT and ACCURATE
PRESCRIPTION work, .we, also carry a full line of Toilet
Articles, Stationery, Patent Medicines and Standard Prepara Preparations.
tions. Preparations. We want to call special attention to' our line of
Fresh GARDEN and FIELD SEEDS, which we sell under a
Guarantee that they are absolutely fresh, neiv stock.
Give us a trial when need of -anything in our line.
OUR MOTTO: "FRESH GOODS ALWAYS."
Druggisfs and Seedsmen,
OCALA, v- - FLORIDA
W-""J - "tr . . . .". ."".""."
JACKSON VUXE, FI iORIDA
226 W. BAY ST
iMr. E. H. Shephard of New Har Harmony,
mony, Harmony, Ind., who is the guest of his
ibrother, Dr. G. C. Shephard, is much
pleased with Ocala and 'Florida in
Miss Tannie Chiles, a pretty young
Mr. J. D. Buky of the Star office
has returned from a week's visit to
his relatives in Ralatka.
t ; ;
(Engineer McPherson who runs the
A. C. L. yard engine, asks us to cor correct
rect correct an item that appeared in Satur Saturday's
day's Saturday's Star about the wreck in the
yards that morning. He says it was
the engine of the division work train
that was sidetracked In the open
switch and struck by the north-
abound passenger engine.
ent for Nunnally's fine
I h Ul JL. Nl I
FIRST CLASS. Meals and Berth Included.
This Special Rate goodon any, of the Company's
August 22d to October 17th, Inclusive.
Return Limit 10 Bays.
Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
Tuesday, Thursday arid Saturday at 2 p. m.
For reservations and further particulars apply to
Florida Passenger, Agent,
West Bay Street,
lady of St. Petersburg, arrived tor
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, MKITEMIIKIl 21. 1014
In our bier mills we haw
worked out the mostscien!
tific me thod of producing
the lorgestrlived roofing
possibles to make. The next
time you buy roofing, in investigate
vestigate investigate the merits of
QuaLiy Cer f -Lr Led Durability Ga&ran-fei
guarantied to last 5 years for
10 years for 2-ply and 15
years for 3-pIy. This is not a talk
guarantee, but real one backed
up by the biggest roofing mills in
Honest 3?ollcy th Only Cnccesar
.-S-v fa! nan. ". I
Buslm-ss that would attain
leadership, in a competitive Held Held-must
must Held-must advertise. A bis manu manufacturing
facturing manufacturing concern doing: busi business
ness business everywhere and especially
one whose goods last so lon-f
that the:r sell each consumer, in infrequently,
frequently, infrequently, cannot afford the ex-,
pense of, having men everywhere
on the irround to solicit orders
at just the right moment. This
causes a demand for the good3
and big1 selling or Jobbing con concerns
cerns concerns gl idly do the rest of the
work of delivering the goods and
collecting for them. This makes
the best and most economical
way to to business.
Advertising: effects a saving:
by economically paving the way
for the sales manager to make
sales quickly and easily by cor correspondence
respondence correspondence or the call of his
salesmen. It picks out the real
prospective customers and leaves
out those who are not inter interested.;
ested.; interested.; ..;..,- :
There are honest and dishon dishonest
est dishonest kinds of advertising. Facts
clearly lnd honestly stated are
the bes; selling arguments in
the world and make a healthy
growth :n business. Once a cer certain
tain certain rato of progression has been
attained on an honest basis, the
business will generate its own
power and ascend the hill of suc success
cess success ; .
i It, on tne other hand, the
goods are misrepresented
through dishonest advertising,
the. conldence of the people in
that hoase will be shaken and
ruin will soon 1 come from the
expense of the advertising with without
out without tht necessary volume of
business from happy customers
to pay ;?or it. Such experiences
affect the confidence of every everyone
one everyone in : advertising in general,
and injure, to a certain extent,
the honist advertiser.
Advertising, to be a success,
must be honest, not only in big
things, but in little things as
well. The people may be fooled
part of the time, but the time
soon comes when a dishonest advertise-
finds out he can't fool
the people very long. This ac accounts
counts accounts :!or most failures in ad advertising.
There's a Certain-teed dealer in your
locality. He will be pleased to give you
further information about our extensive
line of goods and will quote you reason-
able prices pn all of them. Be sure the
goods are made and guaranteed by us.
General Hoofing Mfg. Company
- World's I argent manufacturers of Hoofing
, and Building Papers
Healey Building, Atlanta Gsu
, Telephone Ivy 4S0S -flir
Tori Of Borfoa Oicg PitUlarsS
PIuImUIdIi Atlanta Cleveland Detroit
3 St. Lenie Cincinnati Kaata City Minneapolis
' San Fraacucc Seattle London Hambnrf Sydney
At the Top and Bottom.
Of all the people in Europe the
French have the fewest children and
tha Irish the most.
Fall 1 )14
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Our Annual Fall Millinery Display will be
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 1
September 23, 24 and 25
antl w 3 invite the 'ladies of Marion
ritory to call and inspect the line.
' Xext to .Masters
Ynsiui nil en1
CEPITM. STOCK. $50,000.00.
Slate, ; County ond City Depository,
MOST NECESSARY MEASURE
Bill Introduced by Connie man
Clark in the House of
(From the Congressional Record)
On Sept. 14 air. Clark of Florida
introduced the 'following bill, which
was referred to the committee on in interstate
terstate interstate and foreign "commerce and
ordered -to be printed;
A "bill to equalize transportation
rates on vegetables, citrus fruits,
and other fruits transported from
one state t to another state of the
SBe it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the
United States of America dn Congress
assemibfled, that immediately upon
this act Ibecoming a law it snail be
the duty of the Interstate Commerce
Commission of the United States to
fixe an entirely new schedule of
rates for the transportation of vege vegetables,
tables, vegetables, citrus fruit s, and other.. fruits
from one state to another state of
the 'United States on a mileage basis.
That is to say, the said commission
shall fix a uniform irate over all the
common carrier railroads of the
United States on packages of certain
dimensions or of certain weight as
the" ease anay !be for the same, dis distance",
tance", distance", carried from the' initial point
, -Bec.'2. That the said commission
s-'-hall .likewise fix rates f or express
companies, steamship lines, and
other common carriers of freight be between
tween between the different states of the
Sec; 3. That the Interstate Com Com-imerce
imerce Com-imerce Commission 1s ihereby given
Ml authority and it is hereby made
the express duty of said commission
to snakie an'd promulgate all neces necessary
sary necessary rules, regulations, and orders to
carry this act into effect, it .being the
intent and purpose of this act to so
equalize transportation rates on veg
etables, citrus (fruits and other fruits
by railroads, express companies,
steanisnip .lines, and other common
carriers, as that the rates on such
products will ibe the same in all parts
of ..the country 'for the same distance
tSec. 4. That all laws and parts
of (laws in conflict with this act be,
and the same are thereby, repealed.
Sec. 5. That this act shall take
effect immediately upon its passage
and approval of the president, or
upon dts becoming a law without such
approvul. .H : '
New Shell Bursts In Air.
A French army man has invented
a ihell which, when fired from a 75 75-caliber
caliber 75-caliber cannon, will explode in the air
instead of having to come in contact
with something before bursting. The
invention was devised by Command Commandant
ant Commandant Malandin of the general staff of
Paris. It f s said that the new shell
increases the range of (effectiveness
in aiming at the enemy's fortress or
in the field of battle. French" artillery
authorities state that the new inven invention
tion invention practically doubles the value of
the 75-caliber cannon. The missile
will undoubtedly be standardized and
used by all of the, French army men.
Knowledge of Business.
"Then it is this evening that you
are giving, the ring to your fiancee?
And if the engagement is broken oft?''
"Oh, don't worry! I shall demand a
receipt." Le Sourre (Paris).
and all the surrounding ter- y
Ocala, Fla. X
OF THE ARMY
Most Efficient Branch of the Public
Abused by Cheap and Tinie Tinie-Servinj
Servinj Tinie-Servinj Men
(Special to. the Star)
Washington, Sept. 21. In the
course of a speech on the river and
harbor appropriation bill, which has
run ihe gauntlet of senatorial oppo opposition
sition opposition in some quarters for nearlv
three months. Senator Joseph E.
Ransdell, of lUouslana, paid a glow glowing
ing glowing tribute to the work of the engi
ne en corps of the army in connection
with -waterway improvements. This
arm of the 'military service i3 rarely
in the public -prints except where
some great achievement is accom
plished, like the buildng of the Pana Panama
ma Panama canal, the exploraton of unknown
regions, or the mapping of vast
traot3 of land for the use of man
Thruout the long and 'wearisome
debate on the river and harbor nill,
a debate that has almost tried the
patience of the imost conservative
Senator, -much has been said about
the engineer,- corps,. 'not necessarily
in terms of criticism, but in covert
Insinuations that -have rankled and
left exceeding sore spots.
It was these "faint upraises" for
the honor graduates of the greatest
military school in the .world that led
Senator Ransdell, in 'his speech in
defense of the river and harbor ap appropriation
propriation appropriation (bill, to ipay his compli compliments
ments compliments to one of the most useful and
most necessary branches of the mil military
itary military establishment. ;
"Some of the best names in our
history belong to the engineer corps,"
said the junior Senator from Louis
iana. "LMeade and Lee, who fought
at Gettysburg against each other,
-were members of the engineer corps.
They twere the ieader3 of forty mem members
bers members of that corps who attained com-
(manding rank in the war -between
the states. Some of the greatest gen-
trals on iboth sddes were engineer of
ficers. Joe Johnson. aicPherson,
tjeauregara ano: ;v right, and many
others whose na'mes are emblazoned
on the pages of our national history.-
, Coming down to the present time,
senator Ransdell called the roll of
engineer officers .who had made im
perishable names for themselves in
connection nMith the building of the
Panama canal. Col. George W. Goe-
thals, iike "Anou 'ben Adhem," iead-
ing all the rest in that great galaxy.
With the name of Col. Goethals iSen-
afcor 'Ransdell coupled those of Col
Siibert, the 'Taite Col. Oaillard and Col.
'Hodges, fwihom, he said, acquired the
training and experience which enabl
ed them to construct the greatest en
gineering feat of all ages from their
(intimate and personal association
with river and harbor iwork.
Would anys American dare inti-
imate. for an instant that Col. Goe
thals 'Would have favored a project
in Which there .was 'pork' or 'graft?'
I would like to see the man who
would make 'that; suggestion about
Goethals, cr 'Sibert or Caillard or
.Hodges," ts'aid Senator Ransdell, "yet
these mien were connected with vari various
ous various and -sunder river and harbor
projects tong netore tneir govern
..1 1 M A
ment sent them to Panama to ibuild
mat mignty acnievement or man s
The engineer corps, which is prob
ably, the least showy of the varied
arms of the military, establishment,
ibut ;whioh has at least as much to its
credit as any other branch of the ser
vice, represents nearly everj-, state in
the union; the states not representei
in the corps as at present constituted
being 'Rhode Island, South Dakota
and 'N-ew Mexico, although ."Little
Knoaey nas 'Deen ;most aoiy repre-
ented in the past.
One of the rather remarkahle
things in connection -wtith the -present
engineer corps is that Oregon, Dela
ware and Xew Hampshire have more
representatives in the corps than
they have members in Congress,
situation that may ne,ver occur again.
Since the engineers in char
rivers and harbors have reported fa favorably
vorably favorably upon 329, of -the 331 items in
been kicked about like a football for
the past three .'months in,. the Senate,
there can he no denial of the fact
that those who charge that the bill
is full of "pork" are at the same time
charging that the army engineers
are either corrupt or inefficient.
CHAMBERLAIX'S COLIC, CHOL CHOLERA
ERA CHOLERA AXD mARRHOEA 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. No person wheth whether
er whether traveling or at home should be
without this great remedy. For sale
by all dealers. Adv
STILIi iu:lv ox
tiii; rot At sti;i:l
Toronto Mall and Kmplre: Before
the Ruro-Japaneo War many mili military
tary military men thought that th .ayonet;
had almost pas.J its uof illness am
a weapon of war. The dbtancs of
rifle-fire had aecomo great, and Held
artillery fire de.-irurtho, and they!
concluded that hand-to-hand tonflJcW
with the bayonet would seldom cccur.
The United States army all but dis discarded
carded discarded the bayonet. Hut tho Japs
and Russians fought at close grips,
using the bayenet with tremendous
destructiveness. It .was seen that the
shining siteel ibdade had become
more potent than ever. In the pres
ent war, resort to the 1-ayonet Is
clfteftly relied upon 'by British and
French troops to imake German lines
quiver and break. A storm of bul
lets, it is said, is not greatly feared
by the Germans, ibut a line of advan
cing bayonet -points is too much for
their nerves. The 'bayonet in the Rus
sian army ia fixed to the rifle, instead
of being put on and taken off at will
as most of them. (Both British and
French armies use long sword-bay
onets, .while the Russian is still three-
aiucu. Aiitrit; itrtj swres ui maces
! J J 1 m 1
where British infantry almost sur
rounded iy enemy cavalry have form formed
ed formed into squares, and (been impregna
ble to the horsemen tbecause of the
row of shining steel they presented.
In no iwar of the world 'has the bayo
net held a more useful place as a
weapon than in the present great
H. C. of L
'Everything seems to be going up In
price. Would you believe it, it costs
almost as much nowadays to dress a
child as it does a grown person?" "I
don't doubt it at all. Only yesterday
had to buy a new dog collar for
Fifi and thev prices have almost
Olajor L. L. Priest and son, Qlr.
Chat Ptiest of Burbank were visitors
to the city today.
One tlx and
No. 8 Aluminum
To Get Ms Set o! iigh Grade Pure
' Cooldrig Ware Free!
The Only Range made with
Aluminum-Fused Ilut-lWf Flue.
x i Or' r
' ttZU "X
- "" 1 "' 'f--
Kt. Her. Abbott Charles, Pres.
l ive Miles west or Dade City ana
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889 f
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES I
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS 1
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and $
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COIXEGE $
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1914-
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA
We mean are you getting the service, we wish to give you and which
you ought to have? We believe you are. Most of our customers are
satisfied, and we are proud of the fact. But if there Is anything wrong
in our relations we want to know It MOW, so we can do our part in
straightening it out before the rush days come.
ealsi Ice & Paeldntt 0
HaFFiegftoii Mall Motel
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
AT SENSIBLE PRICES
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Put Your Ad. in the STAR if you want RESULTS
. Q 1
Oae foar-QQirt Alomlauia
THIS WEEK 'ONLY
Surely you nvill miss, the
made and be presented with a $12.00 set of High Grade Pure
lAlumlnum Cooking Ware. This Is the greatest range bargain
iwe have ever been able to offer our customers.
There is no other range sold as good as the South Rend Mal Malleable.
leable. Malleable. It 'his patented Aluminum-Fused, Rust-Proof Flues,
so many other points of advantage over other ranges we have
not room to mention them, 'but tho expert demonstrator, who
.will be at our -store all tho week, 'V. Ill show them all, and you
(Will agree nvith us there is no other rangelike it In the world.
Remember, your chance to get the set of Aluminum Cooking
Warevith the range ends this week. Don't 'miss It. Come at
once. There will be useful souvenirs given away. Remember
the date and place.'
Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
one -une Jt.ast of San Antonio
Si ace Pin.
opportunity to fbuy
the best range
"Maih-u. ..r i
THE OCALA EVEMNU STAR, MONDAY, SEITEMBER 21, 1014
w rw BROUGHT
Tl.ey also serve the most de delicious
licious delicious Ice Cream Soda, Choco Chocolate
late Chocolate 'Milk, and all the other pop-
tilar fountain drinks. Their
service is the very best that can
the tad, and it is a real pleas-
ure to drink there, "with elec electricians,
tricians, electricians, comfortable seats and
other contrivances for -the com com-fort
fort com-fort of their 'patrons. Call and
Prompt Prescription Service
Is Our Specialty
Lin', i irwr4B
yilbur Smith Co.
E. C. SMITH, Mgr.
Licensed Embamers I
Office Phone 10.
Night Phone 94.
work given our personal
f alien xion
A. A. J. t
and guaranteed fully.
11 W.Oklawaha Avenue.
UNDERTAKERS .. and: EMBALMERS
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Em-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. I McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS. ..305
Undertaking Office. ........ 47
io Norflt lv Ses"
Meixhants & Miners Trans. Co.
J ACKSON VI LLE
l' ' tg-.
New Steamers. Low Fares. Bes
eervice. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to 2.11 Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent. Com'l Agt
City 'Ticket Office,' 25 Hogan Street
Located in Ocala, Fla., Expert wortE
guaranteed. Reterences given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala.
For Good Wood
BIG Load for SI.
Your Order will have
: ,J. L. SMOAK
At Smoaks Wagon Shop.
Tur y-. .., .' ijr
II w COURT
TItOURLES OF THE TEACHERS
Questions They had to Answer and
Rules They had to Obey at the
Questions musthe kept exclusively
in the hands of .the examiner until the
minute for examination-on any sub subject.
ject. subject. Seals to every enclosure must
be broken in the presence of the ex examinees.
aminees. examinees. The suojects must be taken in the
(following order, and the examination
limited to four days:
Tuesday, A. CM., Orthography 8:30
to 11:30; Reading 41:00 to 12:30;
P. 1M Grammar.
Wednesday, 'A. M., Arithmetic 8:00
to 12:00; P. QI., Composition and
Thursday, A. M., Agriculture 8:00
to 10:30; Civil Government 10:30 to
12:30; P. M., Theory and Practice.
Friday, A. Gf., Algebra; P. QlPhy-
All examinees must begin any giv given
en given subject at the time, and no recess
must be taken until that subject is
DUTlbS.- Every examinee must
supply himself with cap-paper, must
j write in a legible hand with pen and
ink, must work in full view of other
evaminees, must number or letter
answers to agree with the questions.
aifd tmust fasten together all sheets
on the same subject.
PROHIBITIONS.' uring the ex
aniinatian on any subject, there must
be no violation of any of the tfollow-
(1) No examinee shall 'he seated
so that it be possible for him to read
another's writing; (2) shall have in
his possession "any ibook, note-book,
or other thing from iwhich "help might
be obtained; (3) shall speak to any
person; (4) shall overlook another's
work; (5) shall ask the examiner
the meaning of any question; (6)
shall 'leave his seat iwithout permis permission;
sion; permission; (7) shall leave the room more
than once, or remain out longer than
ten minutes; (8) shall pass or throw
anything about the room; (9) shall
place on any paper any mark calcu calculated
lated calculated to disclose its author.
Violation of any of these prohibi prohibitions
tions prohibitions fwill'ibe deemed sufficient cause
for exculding any paper from the
grading committee, or for nullifying
a whole county examination.
(From Frye's -Higher
MXame the capital and chief city in
each of thee states: Alabama, Cal Cal-'Ifornia,
'Ifornia, Cal-'Ifornia, Louisiana, iMissouri, Ne Nebraska.
braska. Nebraska. Ten credits.
Aame the five great (lakes of the
United States, the waters connecting
each, and their great outlet. Ten
Make group of five states that pro produce
duce produce great quantities of each: Cot Cotton,
ton, Cotton, cotton manufactures, coal, toeef
cattle, dairy 'products, corn, 'hogs,
sheep, tobacco, twheat.' One credit
2vame the river that separates
each: (a) Indiana and Kentucky;
(b) 'Maryland and West Virginia;
(c) Louisiana and Texas; (d) Mex Mexico
ico Mexico and the United States; (e) Eu Europe
rope Europe and Asia. Ttwo credits each.
(a) iName the two great isthmuses
Of the world with the lands each con connects.
nects. connects. Ob) Name 'and discuss the
two great enterprises projected on
each. Five credits each.
:N.ame the capital and approxi approximately
mately approximately the population of each of the
now .warring countries, including
their possessions: Austria-Hungary,
Belgium, 'England, France, Germany,
Japan, iMontenegro, Russia, iServia.
Discuss the Empire of Japan as to
(a) its form of government; (b)
(name the peninsula and four large
islands of which it is composed;
(c) its approximate area in square
'miles; (d) ats size, as compared with
the states of California and Wash Washington;
ington; Washington; (e) its chief exports and im im-fports.
fports. im-fports. Two credits each.
Name the ifour 'largest irivers of
Sou'th America and the six largest
of (Europe (including the Volga),
'and tell dnto iwhich each empties.
One credit each
Tell what you can of the animal
ilife of South America, discussing
briefly at least ten different species.
One credit each.
CCame five counties in each divis division
ion division of Florida: (a) northwestern;
(b) middle-northern; (c) northeast northeastern;
ern; northeastern; (d) -iriiddle-peninsular; (e)
extreme southern. Two credits each.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
If you are ever troubled with
aches, pains or soreness of the mus muscles,
cles, muscles, you will appreciate the good
qualities of Chamberlain's Liniment.
Many sufferers from rheumatism
and sciatica have used it with the
test results. It Is especially valu valu-?vle
?vle valu-?vle for lumbagro and lame back.
j For sale by all dealers. Adv
Japanese Child Jugglers.
Among tut itinerant street entertain
ers In London are a number of tiny
Japanese children, usually boys. They
make their way into hotel and public public-house
house public-house bars, saloons and restaurants
and. producing a sheaf of knives from
their pockets, suddenly begin juggling
with them in the most expert manner,
accompanying the performance, with a
monotonous singsong which seems to
be Inseparable from the exhibition.
Being very small, they seldom depart
without receiving a shower of coppers.
to which they respond at the doorway
with a little chant of thanksgiving. It
is difficult to guess the age of Japa
nese children, but none of the tiny tots
engaged in this business appear to be
more than seven years old.
Girl ShopperWhy did yon make
that poor salesman pull down all that
stuff and then not boy anything? Sec Second
ond Second Ditto Why, the mean fellow was
in a car yesterday and never offered
me his seat, though 1 looked right at
him. so 1 just decided 1 would get
even. Boston Transcript.
Here Is a simple catch that may
bother you some:
-All 0." n
.Not mud in it perhaps, but enough
to make it troublesome.
- Too hard?
And yet 4ts "nothing, after all."
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
"Pan" was the name of one of the
Greek gods. The word means "all.
M Ad r I M
or Tmiversai. nence rauiuwsuj
the doctrine tbat all is God. Hence.
too. "Pan-American that is, all that
is American, all the countries or rortu
and South 'America.
Fair Amateur The curtain will rise
in a few minutes. Are you quite sure
you know your words? Hero Yes;
all except the part where I kiss yoa.
We'd better rehearse that again. ;
Tommv Paoa. when a thing is
bought it goes to the buyer, doesn't it?
Tommy's Papa Yes. my son. Tommy
Then how is it that when you buy
coal it goes to the cellar?
"Don't go into the well digging busi
"Because ifs sure to get you in a
bole. Baltimore American.
Love of the brother we see will help
ns to the love ot the Fathir we do not
see William Watson.
A. D. BROOKS
Has moved his General Merchandise
Stock from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraket to the new
St. Georges Slock,
where he is now located in the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia and South Second Street, where
he will be pleased to see his friends
FIRST CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
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.
Regain the faSery
Over Blood Treubls
No Matter Kow Dishear toning
You Can Overcome It.
Elood disorders are quickly checked by
S. S. S.,' tLe famous blood purifier. It
rushes iato the blood and In three min minutes
utes minutes has traversed the entire circulation.
It penetrates to v.here the blood Is made,
it washes out tbese spots and places
where stagnation has settled. It cleanses
the membranes, drives Irritation jfrom
the Joints, fills the blood stream with
antidotal influence and from head to foot
creates conditions that make for blood
health. There are people In every com community
munity community who know this to be true. They
have used S. S. .S. for severe forms of
rheumatism, for indolent, ulcerated spots,
for eruptive skin diseases, for any and
all these bodily conditions caused by
blood loaded, with impurities. Eeing a
pure product cf Nature it can net hurt
the stomach end has therefore been the
ref'ijre of a host of people misguided In
their dilemma by first flying to those
dan-rerous mercurial drugs which have
claimed so many unfortunates. If the
fckin breaks out in a rash, if boils or
ether eruptions appr, If there are blood
risings or any other Indications of Im Impure
pure Impure blood cet a bottle f S. S. S. at
cnee of ary drucrIt. Hut beware of
substitutes. If la doubt as to your trou trouble
ble trouble or you wish competent medical ad ad-yloe
yloe ad-yloe free, write to the medical depart department.
ment. department. The Swift Specific Co.. T.S Swift
Bide:.. Atlanta. Ga. This department is
known far and wide as one of te great greatest
est greatest of helps to blood sufferers. But don't
dlay to jret a bottle cf S. S. S. today.
CHAUTAUQUA MUSIC CONTESTS
One of these Interesting and Enter
taining Affairs will be Held In
Ocala Xext Spring
It is well to mention at this time
a feature or tne cnautaunua wnicn
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 acts. Dr. George
Selden Waldo, director of the Chau Chautauqua
tauqua Chautauqua circuit of Florida, of which
this city is a member, has inaugurat
ed this musical contest at each of
the chautauquas under his manage management.
Each city will conduct its own in individual
dividual individual contest. Judges will be se selected
lected selected from among the local well
known musicians and probably one
from among the celebrated music musicians,
ians, musicians, who will appear on the pro program.
gram. program. To the winner of the contest at
each Chautauqua Dr. Waldo will pre present
sent present a handsome gold medal.
Absolutely no partiality will' be
shown in the 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
upon the piece to be played in the
Conditions of entrance v 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 piano or been employed as a
paid pianist. m
Piece must be memorized.
Piece must be by recognized com composer
poser composer of high grade music.
Xo "ragtime" permitted.
No piece shall take over ten min minutes
utes minutes for its rendition.
The piece must be fourth grade or
Contestants will be marked,
inong other things, on the follow
Position, memory, expression, and
All would-be contestants should
send their names at once to' .Mr. J. D.
Rooney of the. loal Chautauqua com
mittee, 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 declamation,
mation, declamation, in which Dr. Waldo will
also award a gold medal to the win winner.
ner. winner. Details of the declamation con contest
test contest will be given later.
Not an Original Idea.
Four hundred years ago the idea cf
numbering houses originated in Paris,
though it was not until 17S9 that the
ystem became general.
The registration book for district
Xo. 1, (Ocala), will be open on Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday cf each
week from the 1st Monday In August
till the second Saturday In October.
1914. In all othr districts two days In
each week fr'm the 1st Monday in
September till the second Saturday in
October This registration does rot
apply to any person who was a regis registered
tered registered voter prior to Jan. 1st. 1914
Those who registered this year for the
first time In .Marion county, though
they may "have voted In the primary
cannot vote in the November electlor
unless they register again prior to tb
second Saturday In October
7-2?-6 wks dly D. M. BARCO.
Supervisor Resristraton Marion C
Advertise In the STAR for results.
Miss Mary Affleck will show all the latest
styles in Dress and Tailored Hats, also Exclusive
French Models beginning
Thursday Evening, Sept. 24
Showing will continue
rv'n o nn
. lUHli lUilCUi
Upstafrs Rear of
OCALA HOUSE if
fTvWING to: the great demand for grooms, we. f
y P 'have opened the house for the accomodation
of the public. The-remodeling of the house I
has hot been completedand the formal opening
will not take place nor will all rooms be ready be-
fore September 15th. However we have ample &
' first class rooms," with every modern convenience, $;
for, all who may apply. No flies, no dirt, airy and J
;!: : We are spending $15,000.00 on and in the Ocala
j: House, and no hotel in the state will be better
equipped to care for the traveling public, and at i
moderate prices. jj;
I LOlliS LOIig, Manager
Commercial Bank Illock, on
Magnolia Street, West.
AM now In business for myself. Conducting a High Class re retail
tail retail bar and Mail Order House. I can give you the best there
is, and as much as any one ejse In business for your money. Seven Seventeen
teen Seventeen years in the business has taught me what the public wants,
and l am supplying that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OR GOODS AND PRICES
Good Old 65 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal
Ions or more,
at per gallon .
Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal
lons or more,
at per gajlon.
i In Glass Jugs, Packed in two
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.
' LONG NIGHTS ?
Will soon be here and you will have to consume more electric cur current.
rent. current. Why not prepare now 'by installing
They are now cheaper and more efficient than ever.
For the same current you are now consuming in carbon lamps
they Will give three times the light.
Come in and let us demonstrate.
Xo. 9 North Main Street
t 402-404 S.
8 to 10:30 o'cloclc
through Friday 25th.
ft M jT's 1 f
Post IJo.v 318.. Iociil or
Distance .Phone, 293
Good Old SO 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
To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen v
is a necessity. To supply that ne-
cessity is Our Business
WE MUST PAY
TlIE OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1914
WHEN YOU WANT
2 COME TO US
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1,1 mil 1 I
t t It 11 ? :JI
i fi J
SWEET AND TRUE IN TONE, AND FINELY ifADE
ARE OUR SPLENDID MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. PLACE
ONE IN YOUR iHOME. THE PRICE IS LOW AND THE
PLEASURE YOU WILL GET OUT OF IT WILL AMPLY
REPAY YOU FOR THE INVESTMENT. COME IN TODAY.
WE WILL TAKE A POSITIVE DELIGHT IN DEMONSTRAT DEMONSTRATING
ING DEMONSTRATING THE 'HIGH QUALITY OF OUR INSTRUMENTS.
A. E. BURNETT
e sciar urn
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling
Packing and Storing
Shipping xof Freight,
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
YOU'LL CAPTIVATE "IIER"
if you make us your Tailors. We
will make you charmingly present presentable
able presentable in your outward appearance.
As stylish Tailors we easily take the
lead in this vicinity. The best ma materials,
terials, materials, choicest patterns, sure fit,
stylish cut, and careful finishing
make the men who wear our Suits
the envied among their fellows.
And they are generally first favor favored
ed favored with the ladies, too.
TODD k (COIVIIPAMf
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel ,
TW.4'-jk. A A XJIAVwnk A Will il-MW lllill
Length 500 feet; breadth 93 fet, 6 inches; 510 stateroom and parlors accommodating 1300 pasen
pers. Greater in cost larger in all proportions richer in all appointments than any steamer on
inland waters of the world. In service June 15th.
Magnificent Steamer. "SEEANDBEE," "City of Erie" and "City of Buffalo"
Daily BUFFALO and CLEVELAND May ut to Dec ut
Leave BnfiQilo 9:00 P.M. Leave Cleveland ; 9:00 P.M.
Arrive Cleveland - 7;30A.M. Arrive Buflklo - 7J0A.M. C
(Eastern Standard Time)
Connections at Cleveland for Pot-in-Bav. Toledo. Detroit and all points West and Southwest. Railroad
tickets reading between Buffalo and Cleveland are good for transportation on oar steamers.
Aik your ticket agent for tickets via C. & B. line. Write us for handsome illustrated booklet free.
THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO, Cleveland O.
Bradway and 14th Streets
ISfew York City
A (lean, Comfortable, Convenient
and Homelike Hotel on both
American and European Plans.
American Plan, $2 per Day
European Plan, $1 per Pay
SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES
ChurchiE a Company
Internal Itevenue Hill will Take Toll
of Our Luxuries and Aniuse-
Washington, Sept. 20. An emer
gency revenue bill to provide Si05,-
000,000, taxing beer, .wines, gaso
line, sleeping and parlor car tickets,
insurance, telegraph and telephone
messages, amusements and a variety
of documents, was agreed upon yes
terday -by democrats of the House
ways. and means committee. It will;
be introduced by democratic Leader
Republicans of the committee will
be called on Tuesday to vote on the
bill and the JHouse will begin to con
Republicans of both iHouse and
Sniate ihave already gone on record
in opposition to any -war tax meas
ure, uemocrats hope to rush tne
bill thru the House. The big fight
will be in the Senate.
Increased Beer Tax
The committee Increased th- in in-ternal
ternal in-ternal revenue tax on beer from $1
a barrel to '51.au. -Domestic wines
are to ibe taxed 20 cents a gallon on
sweet iwines, and 12 cents per gallon
on dry wines. Gasoline Is to be tax taxed
ed taxed 2 cents a gallon.
Qlany items of the 'bill are ad va valorem
lorem valorem from the Spanish -war tax bill
of 1S9S, including the administra administrative
tive administrative features.
Stamp tax 'provisions and the tax
on tobacco dealers, 'brokers, bankers
and .amusements are carried in
schedule A, -which .will continue in
effect until December 31, 1915. The
remainder of the 'bill will be in force
. Bankers are to be taxed $2 on
each $1,000 of capital, surplus and
undivided profits; brokers twill pay
$.30 each; pawn brokers $20; com commercial
mercial commercial brokers $20; custom house
brokers $10. Propriefors of theaters,
museums and concert balls in cities
of 15,000 population, or more are to
pay $100 each. Circus proprietors
are to pay $100 a year; proprietors
of 'other exhibitions $10; and pro proprietors
prietors proprietors of bawling alleys and bil billiard
liard billiard rooms $5 for each -alley or
Tobacco dealers and manufactur manufacturers
ers manufacturers are to be taxed the same .as in
1S98, except that fin the largest
class, "tobacco dealers not specifical specifically
ly specifically -provided for, the tax is to 'be $4. So
each. In 1898 there was a $120 tax
on tobacco dealers ihavdng annual
sales of 50,000 "pounds or more.
Bonds nd certificates of indebted indebtedness
ness indebtedness are taxed 5 cemts for each $100
Involved, and freight and express re receipts
ceipts receipts 1 cent each, .with a. mandatory
provision (that shippers must pay this
tax. Telephone messages are to be
taxed 1 cent on aill tolls of 15 cents
or more iand telegrams 1 cent a mes message.
sage. message. The ibill carries taxes of 30 cents
on each indemnity bond, 2 cents on
each certificate of profits, i25 cents on
each certificate of damage H and 10
cents !f or each certificate not espec especially
ially especially provided for.
Life insurance policies are to be
taxed 8 cents on each $100 and fire
insurance, casualty, fidelity and guar guaranty
anty guaranty insurance (policies y2 cent on
each dollar as in 1S9 8. Goods with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn from customs houses -will pay
a stamp tax of 50 cents as in 1S98,
but the 25 cents tax on each ware warehouse
house warehouse receipt imposed in 1S98 is
omitted. The 1S9S tax of 25 cents
to a dollar for entry of goods at cus customs
toms customs houses, according to value, is
Other provision's are: Brokers'
contracts, 10 cents; deeds and other
'conveyances, 50 cents iwhen not ex exceeding
ceeding exceeding $500 in amount, and 50
cents for each additional $500;
mortgages, 25 cents for each $1, $1,-500;
500; $1,-500; power of attorney to sell, 25
cents; 'protest a note, bill 'of accept acceptance,
ance, acceptance, etc., 25 cents.
(Because of constitutional ques questions
tions questions the committee eliminated alto altogether
gether altogether foreign bills of exchange.
charter agreements, manifests and
of lading and
struck out all Teference to stamp tax
on checks, ibills of exchange, drafts
and deposit certificates and postoffice
money orders, and cn leases.
'I was annoyed for over a year by
attacks of acute indigestion, follow followed
ed followed by constipation," writes 3Irs. M.
J. Gallagher, Geneva, X. Y. "I tried
everything that was recommended
to me for this complaint, but noth nothing
ing nothing did me much good until about
four months ago I saw Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and pro procured
cured procured a bottle of them from our
druggist. I soon realized that I bad
gotten the Tight thing for they
helped me at once. Since taking two
bottles of them I can eat" heartily
without any bad effects." Sold by all
Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick
requests your presence at her
Annual Fall Opening Exhibition
V Imported Millinery
Beginning Monday, September 28th.
Ocala House Block
Muscles of the Head.
The head has seventy-seven mnscles
eight for the eyes and eyelids one for
the nose, eight for the lips, eight for
the Jaw, eleven for the tongue, eleven
for the larynx, eleven for the ears, sev seventeen
enteen seventeen for motions of the head .and
neck, one to move the hairy scalp and
one for the eyebrows.
To yon know." he said, that everj
time I look at you I have thoughts of
'Why?" she gasped.
"Because," he answered, "revenge Is
sweet Then she told him she thought
tomorrow would be a good time to see
All Greek to Father.
"Pa, does money talk?'
"Yes. my boy."
"What language does It speak?"
"Some foreign tongue that I'm not
familiar with." Baltimore Sun,
-Do you have any differences of opin opinion
ion opinion In your family?"
' Terrible! Why. It couldn't be any
worse If we were all members of the
supreme court." Lif a
t .She (throwing down magazine)
Goodness! The end of that story posi positively
tively positively startled ma He Yoo shouldn't
Jump at conclusions. Boston Tran Transcript.
script. Transcript. To have faults and not strive to cor correct
rect correct them Is to add to our faults.
State of -Ohio, City or Toledo,
Lucus County. ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he Is senior partner of the firm of, F.
J. Cheney & Co., d6Ing business In
the city of Toledo, county and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will
pay the sum of ONE iHU-XDRED
TXIiLARS for each and every case
of catarrh that' canot be cured by
the use of HALL'S CATARRH
CURE. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to foefore me and subscrib subscribed
ed subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of
December, A. D., 1886, (Seal)
A. W. Gleason, (Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally
nally internally and acts directly upon the
blood and mucous surface of the sys system.
tem. system. Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation,
stipation, constipation, adv
Grow Trees Around Your Farm.
Well grown trees about the farm farmhouse
house farmhouse give it. character as nothing else
can do. Every older farmhouse has
them If the owner has not cut them
down. If one wants to sell his farm
patriarchal trees work toward high
prices. In the immediate vicinity of
the house deciduous trees are prefera preferable
ble preferable to evergreens, especially in, win winter.
ter. winter. Farm and Fireside.
DR. D. 31. BOXEY
Eyesight specialist; office and labora laboratory
tory laboratory 2-6 Gary building. A specialty
of correcting vision wnere others
DIARRHOEA QUICKIiY CURED
"My attention was first called to
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy 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 dealers.
ers. dealers. Adv
PRETTY CORNER LOT
The pretty corner (two lots) im immediately
mediately immediately west of the new North
Ocala church for sale. Very cheap
for cash. R. R. Carroll.
Blx "How are ycu making out on
your resolution to economize?" Dix
"Fine! I've got my running expenses
sIct pf four, to a walk."
iSome prefer 3Iutton, some prefer Ham,
Some prefer a nice Slice of Ham,
Some Roasts, Steaks, Chops, some some Fine Sausage Frit d
But -whatever your choice,
AND WE KNOW YOU'LL BE SATISFIED.
IF YOU CHOOSE OUR CHOICE MEATS
fl 0 M
'If you are thinking or hcving 70U house
PAINTED OR PAPERED or a.y 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 sire entire at!sfactIon.
S. J. CIupKa & Walter Tagg
O. BOX 428 OCALA, FLA.
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
fc'iHii Hi Ml, j
S37.05 Cincinnati, Ohio.
S47.55 Chicago, 111.
S02.G5 Denver, Col.
S30.30 Evansville, Ind.
$35.35 Louisville, Ky.
SI 8.50 -Marietta, Ga.
$39.05 New York, N. Y.
$39.05 Philadelphia, Pa.
$11.80 St. Louis, Mo.
$93.55 San Francisco, Cal.
TICKETS SOLD DAILY. FINAL LIMIT 'OCT. 31.
STOP OVERS ALLOWED
For information and reservations call on A. C. L. Ticket AgeD
J. G. KIRICLAND, division Passenger Agent,
Hie 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 r'o., and Trbxler's stands.
Larger quarters, more fully equipped and will be rrx
strictly ethical lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 331
f ACCURACY GEClJiSm
Marion County Abstract Company
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
Ftrst consideration, and especial Attrition given to mil2 tracti.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, SETTESlBER 21, 1914
OCALA OCCURRENCES I
K. of P. .meet it his evening,
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Board of Trade Thursday night.
-JMoosie meet Thursday evening.
R. A. Ul. meet Friday night.
Woodmen' meet Friday evening.
Gerij's assorted chocolates at
-cents ier pound. 9-20-tf
air. ;E. W. ,.Davis came up from Or Orlando
lando Orlando today.
'Mr. iDell bloody twas in the city 'last
night iTrom Lake Weir.
Dr. W. K. Lane- -Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, 1 Ocala.- Adv.
air. Arthur Williams 'has returned
to his ?iome at Sarasota after a short
IbusinefJS visit to this city.
BUIiST'S fresh garden seeds for
fall planting, at Bitting & Knight's
drug store. 9-18-tf
Our candies are always fresh and
are kept in cool storage cases.
Tor.'; prompt prescription service,
phone 14. Bitting & 'Knight, drug druggists.
gists. druggists. :: 9-18-tf :
!Mr. (Lee VM filer was there from
Orlando yesterday, on a brief visit to
his relatives and friends.
Cdl. C. L. Peek has (returned to
his home in Starke after a short 'bus 'business
iness 'business trip ito this city.
'Mr. J. B. Haney, postmaster of
Burhank, arrived in the city "Satur "Saturday
day "Saturday afternoon en route home" "from a
l&ummer's vacation in Chicago. f
IMr. J. J, iMcCranie has returned
If mm Worthington, where he con con-ducte'd
ducte'd con-ducte'd : the AVorthington Springs ho hotel.
tel. hotel. The (Star is .informed that !Mr.
(McCrai tie will soon take charge of
the Gnham house lin Gainesville.
. Let us f urn i &h you cle an f re sh
'seeds direct from the UlST'S gar gardens
dens gardens for your fall planting. Bitting
& Kniirht drug store. 9-1 8-tf
IMr. Buford Leitner gave the Star,
(Saturdiy, some nuts, raised hy him
from rpecans grafted on hickory
tock. The nuts are large and thin thin-sjhellcd,
sjhellcd, thin-sjhellcd, with sfweefc on eat. Every
farmer in Florida should graft as
anany oceans as possible on hickory
stock, besides setting out pecans.
These touts do better than any other
sort in; Florida, and rwould make a
most convenient luxury for our peo people.
' John, X. Tolar and Jno. fM.' Knight,
well lei own young men of Ocala,
have arrived in St. Petersburg and
expect to make this their home. W.
L. Dorr, also of Ocala, is, another re recent
cent recent aiTival.-'He has rented a house
here and returned home Thursday
morning to get his family and his
household goods, preparatory v to
coming here to spend the winter.-
St. Petersburg items 3n Tampa
.El t 2 h 1 i
; 7 O'CLOCK
I THE INTRUDER
;: (In two parts)
j OUR 'MUTUAL GIRL
A STRANGE FARMER
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
Sept. 5 .89 70
Sept. 6. ...... .90 69 .
Sept. 7. ... . . .87 70
Sept. 8. ... ... . .87 68
Sept. 8. . ., 92 67 .28
Sept. 10. . ... .89 69 .28
Sept. 1!1. . . 87 60
Sept. 12. . . .89 63
Sept. 13 . .88 68 .62
Sept. 14.. . . .89 64
Sept. 15 ... . . 80 67
Sept. 16. . .. .79 68
Sept. 17. ... ... .78 67 .44
Sept. 18. ...... .82 69 .87
Sept. 19 ... ... . 84 70 .87
Sept. 20.. ... .u ,.84 72 .16
Forecast for this Evening and
Partly cloudy tonight and Tues
day; probably local showers south
The hi g oak tree in the northeast
corner of Dr. Ch ace's yard has been
flying for some time, and IMrs. Chace,
fearing it would fall during some
,high wind, had it gulled kiown. The
crew of men rwho undertook the
-work, were not very well onto their
job; they (brought the tree down on
the corner of the house, smashing
;paTt of the roof and railing of the
supper veranda. It rwas a fine old tree,
and will make a ndble pile of stove stove-rv70od.
rv70od. stove-rv70od. ;
Secretary Rooney says that among
the people he met in Washington
was 'Mr. Jno. M. Denton late candi candidate
date candidate for Congress. Mr.' Denton says
that if Frank Clark goes to the Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, he is the logical candidate for
congressman from this district.
If you are selling ice skates, snow
shoes and aeroplane sorpplies an ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement in the Star wouldn't be
profi table to you, Ibut if you are deal dealing
ing dealing in necessities, such as. clothing,
hardware, groceries and household
ar tidies, wre can he of service to you
in exploiting them ,aimong the people
of this section. Just call Five-One,
and someone will see vou in a jiffy.
I'Mtr. R. Stricfkland, the efficient
foreman for IF. W. Long & Co., the
contractors for the public school
'building, went to Jacksonville Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, to visit his family.
(Be sure and see the 'South (Bend
JMalileahle Range on demon strati on
at the iMarion Hardware Co. this
week. 9-2 0-6 1
i A set of pure aluminum ware giv given
en given away with each South Rend Mal Malleable
leable Malleable range that you buy during the
demonstration gfven by the IMarion
Hardware Co. 9-2 0-6 1
The first calendar of the season
has been received. It is a mighty
pretty one, from G. IA. Douglass, at
Aroh 'Creek, 'Fla., an'd hears on the
hack the Interesting information that
C. -H. Dame last Friday night, organ organized
ized organized a Woodman .camp with twenty twenty-eight
eight twenty-eight memhers at Aarch Creek. There
is always something doing when
Dame is around.
.(Mr. J. M. fMeffe'rt is having an im
mense amount of cement work done
at his big, farms near Lowell. Mr.
Chas. iL; iMoore, prohahly the most
skillful worker in cement an this ter ter-riton.
riton. ter-riton. has 'been husy there for
months and has nsed up several cars
of cement. Included in the work are
cement floors for all the hig barns,
hesides many other onerations. CMr.
'Meffert has always some improve improvement
ment improvement nnder way.
FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED
'Any one in Ocala with a well lo located
cated located residence of seven or eight
rooms, with, bath on hoth floors (or
willing to have one put in) who will
rent the house for one year, furnish
ed, should communicate with the
Star office or F. W. Ditto. 9-21-tf
The "Buy a Bale of Cotton" move movement
ment movement is growing daily and many of
the large concerns are apparently
doing all in their power to make
new uses for the South's main crop.
The Quaker Oats Company, manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers of oat food for man and
beast, have sent out an announce announcement,
ment, announcement, to its trade stating that its
southern salesmen and representa representatives
tives representatives have heen Instructed to "huy a
bale" at 10 cents per pound. 'All its
animal feed stuffs will he -packed in
cotton instead of jute as soon as its
order for 100,000 bags can be filled
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The Air Dome has changed hands,
and Ir. N. R. Purvis is its new pro proprietor.
prietor. proprietor. Cap t, Fred E. Weihe found
that the operation of the Air Dome
required more of his time than he
could afford to give it, and so dis dis-iposed
iposed dis-iposed of the entire plant to IMr. Pur Purvis,
vis, Purvis, who takes charge today. The
same excellent picture service that
has heen In use for the past, several
weeks will be used under the new
Mr. F. W. Ditto has received a let letter
ter letter from air. H511 of Washington, D,
C.,.a man of means, who wishes a
large furnished residence In Ocala
Ifor one year or more, with the priv privilege
ilege privilege of purchasing the house. IMr.
Ditto is trying fto locate- such a
house and get this desirahle family
to come here to live. Help him out,
If you know of such a place.
The trial of Hough, accused of
murdering his wife in Lake county
three years ago, will he gin next Mon Monday.
day. Monday. (Mr. R. H. Buford rof a West
iFlorida circuit, and CMr. (B. W. Davis,
former state attorney for this cir circuit,
cuit, circuit, will iprosecute, !Mr. Scofield he
ing disquaaified. (Mr. R. R. Bullock
will lead the defense.
' Tomorrow a crowd of eminent
(Palatkans, including 'Qlessrs. 'Chas.
H. Seig, H. C. IBalley, IFred Wiggins,
A. C. Brahrook, T. H. Higgins, C. A.
Powers and S. J. Hilburn, wiith'Hon.
(H. L. Anderson and 'DeWitt T. Gray,
of Jacksonville, !A. J. Albrittcn, of
Ocala and Fred Turner of Bunnell,
will Qeave for Chicago, where !Mr.
Hilburn and other Jawyers in the
party will argue in a Seig case be be-fcre
fcre be-fcre the U". St district court commis commissioner.
sioner. commissioner. They will he absent some
ten days. Palatka News.
Sam Barco has just heen appoint appointed
ed appointed county judge !by governor Tram Trammel!.
mel!. Trammel!. The appointment was a .wise
one. We have known Sam since he
was a hoy, and we fcnow him to be a
worthy, upright man. Dade county
is lucky to have him in this.tres-ponsl-
hle position. Fort Lauderdale Sen
IMr. F. J. Retzky seems to have
struck' the -popular' fancy in his. res restaurant
taurant restaurant in the Harrington hlock. It
is crowded with our 'business men at
every meal time. His prices are low
and the service is first-rate.
UNCLASSIFIED ; ADS
lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
LOST An onyx 'and gold bracelet,
set with pearls. Suitable reward
for its return to Star office. 9-21-tf
(DOST Saturday night, hunting case
gold watch, tNew York Standard.
Initials inside hack case, "LXI. S."
Keturn to tar ana receive re
The best way to avoid the high
cost cf living is .to get out and dig
up the hack yard and plant it in win winter
ter winter vegetables.- The little exercise
occasioned iby the operation will also
help, yoii to avoid
the high cost of
ALL the Time
Fhe 5tar. Saturday alter rmon, no'
ed the rather unusual sight ofaair
of sleek and xretty mules hi ten eaVo
a carriasre. The mules were from th
farm of (IL L. Griggs at "Oak, an
ir wrhich that en-
rns. Mr. Griggs
PEICIN DUCKS FOR SALE Thirty Thirty-four
four Thirty-four fat, young mammoth Pekin
ducks, for eating or breeding pur purposes.
poses. purposes. Apply at 20 3 -East Eighth
were one of
and his nei
in town, for
and ?ame ra pi dly a nor comlfortably
aTong behind fheirsteady-trotting
yJ team. n?t nuite as4rast an an auto,
and yet not as much botnerea oy the
. . aa.s.v.v.v.a. haL places in the road.
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla; 9-9-tf
LOST Two pairs of men's trousers;
one' gray, one blue; between Gates'
garage over Lime street out of
- town and the 8-mile post on the
Dunnellon hard road; lost, Aug.
29th. Finder will please return:to
Star office. P. H. Pedrick, Dun Dunnellon,
nellon, Dunnellon, Fla. 9-lo-6t
BOARDERS WANTED Rooms with
hoard or table board without rooms
Apply to Mrs. F. R. Kaiser, E. 2nd
X)LEN From my yard on South
Orange streetl cne heifer calf, yel
low and white, with black hoofs.
Reward will he given for its re return
turn return to H. A. Carruthers. 9-1 9-3 1
Owing to the big business : we
did during the Ten JDays Special
''. : V
Sale and the apparent desire of
the public to buy at this time,
we have decided to let the low
price tickets remain on the
goods until October 5th, and
every day from now until that
time we will give withe each
cash purchase of $7.50 a
tm ftml Aw
ill HMTil .iCN
From 9 to 10 in. Six Yards
' of Dress Ginghams f or
We will give with each $2 purchase
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