OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914
H Pi TT y
S THE All AND HOPE OF THE ALLIED
BLOODIEST FIGHIIIIG IS I10W GOING OH OF THE TWELVE
DAKS OF BATTLE
JUhat General Von Kluk
" have (been captured toy
Paris, Sept. 24. It is reported
and his staff
the French. V
The desperate fighting continues
with the allies claiming the advant advantage.
age. advantage. General Desaleux, the French
commander at iMaubeuge, is reported
to have been ibadly wounded.
BLOODIEST DAY OF THE BATTLE
The bloodiest fighting of the great
battle on the lAIsne river now in
its twelfth day is going on along the
German. Tight wing, where, the Brit British
ish British and French are struggling fur furiously
iously furiously to cut off General Von Kluk's
END IS FA 11 OFF
The termination of the great bat battle
tle battle of the "Two Rivers is not ex expected
pected expected for several days.
SETTLING DOWN FOB THE AVIN AVIN-X
X AVIN-X TEIt STRUGGLE
. The allies are so firm in their he he-lief
lief he-lief that the war is to be a long-' oae
that they are making preparations
for the winter campaign.
STRONGHOLD -MAY.. HAVE SUC-
Bordeaux, Sept. '24. It was unof unofficially
ficially unofficially admitted today that the Ger Germans
mans Germans have captured Maubeuge.
FRENCH LEFT MOVES FORWARD
Paris, Sept. 24. It was officially
announced today at 4 p. m. that the
French left wing ds making steady
progress. Peronne 'has ibeen occupied
iby the French, -despite the sharp at attack
tack attack iby Gen. Von Kluk's army. In
its turning imovement the allies' left
wing has advanced seventy-five miles
since it was, driven across the Marne
lby the swift advance of the German
RUSSIANS IN GALICIA ARE MEET MEETING
ING MEETING WITH DESPERATE
Petrograd, Sept. 24. Rallying
their forces from 'behind the Wistbk
river, the Austrians are giving battle
to the advancing Russians along the
curved line extending from the -foothills
of the Carpathians east of Jazlo
to .Debica. The Austrians are being
reinforced -by large numbers of Ger Germans
mans Germans and offering desperate resist resistance.
ance. resistance. V ; 5
The bombardment of Przemysl
ALBERT AND HIS ARMY RETIRE
BEFORE THE INVADERS
Antwerp, Sept. 24. The Germans
and 'Belgians are fighting at Puers,
eight miles from the Antwerp forts.
Part of King Albert's army has f re retired
tired retired to the ramparts of Antwerp.
ITS NONE OF THEIR AFFAIR
Chinese Not AVorriecl by Japanese
Pekin, Sept. 24. Germany has
made her second protest against the
failure of China to resent the viola-
jtion of neutrality by Japan. The Chi
nese government replied that it sees
no reason to take action.
OFFERED TO ITALY IF SHE W ILL
JOIN FORCES WITH THE
Rome, iSept. 24. An interview
with First Lord Churchill of the Brit British
ish British Admiralty, which was printed to to-day,
day, to-day, promising vto give Trieste and
the Trentino to Italy,, is considered
significant. It is 'believed this is a pre prelude
lude prelude to a change of policy by Italy.
RECTOR IS DEAD
For Many Years he Ran New York's
, Most Famous Restaurant
-New York, Sept. 24. Charles E.
Rector, proprietor of the well known
restaurant which "bears his name
died of heart disease yesterday at his
home near Long eBach, N. J. He
was seventy years old.
BUIST'S fresh garden seeds for
fall planting at Bitting & Knight's
drug store. 9-18-tf
BE THE BEGIIIIIIIIG OF THE
TROUBLE YET III MEXICO
El Paso, Sept. 24. Announcement!
is made that the long threatened
break .between Villa and Carranza
has come, that Villa has proclaimed
his independence and declared war.
This will probably be followed hy
the bloodiest fighting that has yet
occurred in Qlexico.
ADVANCING ON EACH OTHER
Troops of both Villa and Carranza
are already moving to battle. Car-
ranza's army is 'being sent north
from Zacatecas, while Villa has been
gathering his forces in Chihuahua
and Torreon for 'several1 weeks:
VILLA WANTS PEONS TO HAVE
The 'break between the two leadl
ers is the result of Villa's demand
that the vast estates be divided
among the peons. Carra"hza is mak making
ing making no tmove In this direction.
OUT OF 2000 MEN ON TH E CRES CRESSY,
SY, CRESSY, 1IOGUE AND ABOUKIR
Harwich, England, Sept. 24. One
hundred and ten survivors from the
Ahoukir, Cressy and Ilogue have
been landed at 'Harwich and Park Park-eston,
eston, Park-eston, three miles west. Thirty are
officers and the others seamen. They
estimate that about-. 700 in all of
crews approximating 2,000 men were
saved when the disaster overtook
BROUGHT IT HOME TO BRITAIN
London, Sept. 24. The swift and
silent destruction of three -big Brit British
ish British cruisers has 'brought home the
risks of modern naval warfare. The
unseen enemy-crept upon '.the Abou Aboukir,
kir, Aboukir, then the Hogue and then the
Cressy, and one after another the
cruisers keeled over and sank. The
whole affair was over in twenty min minutes.
Survivors brought to Dutch and
British ports declare there were
three German submarines in the at attacking
tacking attacking force (some say five), and
that the cruiser Cressy or the Lowe Lowestoft
stoft Lowestoft accounted for two of them. The
admiralty, however, does not yet
confirm the statement that any of
the German craft were destroyed, and
it is possible that none was ever seen.
Experts say a submarine might
easily' slip from Emden, on the up upper
per upper mouth of the channel, and attack
any British ship it happened to meet
and return home.
COSSACKS GIVE GERMANS A RE REMINDER
MINDER REMINDER OF NAPOLEON'S
Petrograd, Sept. 24. It is report reported
ed reported that -"Russians defeated a German
army lured into 'Russian territory by
General 'Rennenkampf. The Rus Russians
sians Russians have recaXJured Soldau, East
Prussia. fThe Germans are evacuat evacuating
ing evacuating East Prussia to reinforce the
Thorn to Kaliz front.
HAS RETURNED HOI
WICKED LITTLE SUBMARINE IS
THE SMARTEST WAR-CRAFT
IN THE WORLD
Berlin, Sept. 24. It is officially
announced that the submarine which
sank three British cruisers has re returned
turned returned to its !base undamaged.
AVAK BONDS FLOATED
War bonds for over a billion dol dollars
lars dollars have been floated.
SCORPION TOOK THE SCADS
Guard Boat Will Carry Americans
Washington, Sept. 24, The bat battleship
tleship battleship North Carolina transferred
her cargo of .gold to the yacht Scor Scor-pion
pion Scor-pion today and is proceeding to
Beirut, Turkey, to protect American
interests. The Scorpion jnet the
'North Carolina at Brindisi, and is
now proceeding to Constantinople.
(The Scorpion is an armed yacht,
which acts as guard-boat for our em embassy
bassy embassy at Constantinople.
MADE THEM MOVE
Cettinge, Sept. 24. The iMonte iMonte-negrins
negrins iMonte-negrins today are storming Sarajevo.
They are gaining .ground.
Americans at Vera Cruz Quickly
' Brought Greasers to Order
'Vera Cruz, Sept. 24. American
troops last night -quickly put down
an incipient riot here. A group of
constitutionalists -who had entered
the city were requested by the pa patrols
trols patrols to move on. They refused to
obey the command and then were
forced to comply,
A crowd gathered and offensive re remarks
marks remarks were hurled at the Americans.
Immediately American soldiers un under
der under Captain Hooker moved into the
midst of the throng and scattered it.
Dr. AV, K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law Law-Library
Library Law-Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
RUSSIAN ATTEMPT TO BREAK THRU THEIR
EVERY CLAIM MADE BK PETROGRAD
Vienna, Sept. 24 Austrian troops )
in Galicia are taking the offensive.
Heavy fighting is in (progress from
the Vistula river to Przemysl. The
attempt of the Russians to break
through the lines was repulsed.
CONTRADICT RUSSIAN CLAIMS
Washington, Sept. 24. The Aus-tro-Tlungary
embassy last night an announced
nounced announced it had received the following
"The Austrian forces, concentrated
in new positions for several days,
await in vain a serious attack-by the
Russians. This 13 the best proof
against the correctness of assertions
that the -Russians had defeated the
army of Gen. Dankl and that the
Austrian troops wrere pursued by the
Russians. Equally incorrect Is all
news ahout famine and depressed
public feeling in the monarchy.
DID TIE WORK
EHOEII IS ACTIVE
KAISER'S CRUISER IS SCARING
TOWNS ON THE INDIAN
Calcutta, Sept. 24. It-Is officially
stated that the German cruiser Em Emden
den Emden has attacked (Madras.
STANDING FIRM ON ALL SIDES
Kaiser's Soldiers Have the Best of
Berlin, Sept. 24. It is officially
announced that all attacks of the al al-liesin
liesin al-liesin 'France have been repulsed.
The German offensive movement
against Russia continues.
A number of changes in the com commands
mands commands at the front have been neces necessary.
sary. necessary. Cold weather and snow In the
Tosges is reported.
SINGLE-HANDED THE U-9 SANK
THREE BRITISH WARSHIPS
Berlin, Sept.- 24. (By .wireless to
Sayville, 'L. I.) Reports received Ty
the German admiralty show that the
destruction of three British cruisers
In the (North Sea was accomplished hy
the German submarine U-9, single single-handed.
handed. single-handed. The U-9 was built in 1910 at Dan-'
zlg. She is of 300 tons and her arm armament
ament armament consists of three 18-Inch tor torpedo
pedo torpedo tubes and two 1-pounder guns
Her speed submerged is eight knots knots-and
and knots-and oil he surface thirteen knots.
RENEW THE FIGHT
GOT A GENERAL
Obstreperous German Pinked His
Oat end, Sept. 24. General A'on
Luttwise, German military governor
of Brussels, It is reported, was shot
by one of his own men and is In the
hospital in a serious condition.
Counts on Better Luck for Rivers Rivers-and
and Rivers-and Harbors at Next Session
Washington, Sept. 24. Senator Senator-Fletcher
Fletcher Senator-Fletcher gives assurance to those
who lamented the river and harbor
bill being cut from $53,000,000 to
$20,000,000 that another .bill, taking
care of the new projects eliminated'
from the present measure, will be
taken np either in February or
AWAIT AN ATTACK
Carranza's Troops Not Anxious for
Tusle With Popular Chief,
AVashington, Sept. 24. The state
department was notified today that
President Carranza won't attack Gen Gen-Villa,
Villa, Gen-Villa, hut remain on the defensive,
resisting any attack.
RAIN 131 PEDES
ADVANCE OF RUSSIANS
ALLIES ADVANCE IX ASIA
Tokio, Sept. 24. A' combined
British and Japanese army has begun
its march on Kiao Chau.
' Breslau, Sept. 24. The terrific
rains in western Galicia are impeding
the Russian advance. The Austrians
declare the Russians are suffering
enormous losses but keep pouring
troops Into Galicia to fill up the the-ranks.
ranks. the-ranks. .Heavy fighting is going on
along the ATistula river.
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General Election November 3, 1914
For United States Senator:
DUNCAN U. FUETCHER.
For Congressman, 2nd District:
For Commissioner of Agriculture:
W. A. 'McRAE.
For Justice of Supreme Court:
T. W. SHACKLE FORD.
W. iM. ELLIS.
For State Senator, 20th District:
W. J. CROSBY.
W. T. HENDERSON.
For Tax 'Assessor:
For Tax Collector:
W. L. COLBERT.
For County Treasurer:
JOHN !M. GRAHAM.
For .County Commissioners:
W. D. CARN.
J. T. HUTCH INS.
WALTER LUFF MAN.
, !X. A. FORT.
S. It. PYLES.
For Members School Board:
G. S. SCOTT.
:B. It. BLITCIL
J. :S. GRANTHAM. k
hand, but Barney probably prefers
the lake because the water is soft.
Bets are up among Barney's friends
as to whether he will keep on with
his aquatic trips during the winter
or not, and the Star, having been
called on to hold stakes, 'became wise
to the story.
passenger steamer, an 1 was just be being
ing being made ready to go on her run
from German to South American
pons when 'Mr. Chazal was in Europe
last winter. One of his friends, a
prominent business man of Ham Hamburg,
burg, Hamburg, took him over the ship, and
later sent him the photographs. The
Cap Trafalgar was certainly a fine
vessel, fitted up with every conven convenience,
ience, convenience, comfort and luxury of sea
travel. She was, like nearly all Ger German
man German passenger steamers, -provided
with guns, and when the war begun
was changed into an auxiliary cruiser
and sent out to pre- on British and
French commerce. She soon met a
British cruiser, against whose power powerful
ful powerful armament her guns were weak
and her sides like paper, so now the
fine ship, built with care and indus industry
try industry by some of the best workmen in
the world, and so well calculated to
be -helrful to humanity, is a shatter
ed wreck down in the ocean slime.
Only one of many such. Alas, what
fools me mortals be!
AT THE COURTH OUSE
As will be seen by the advertise advertisement
ment advertisement elsewhere, the regular semi semimonthly
monthly semimonthly meeting of the Board of
Trade will be held at the courthouse
this evening. The proposed bond is issue
sue issue and other matters of importance
will be discussed. It is most desira desirable
ble desirable that an expression of opinion on
these matters he secured. All mem members
bers members of the Board of Trade and all
citizens interested in the. welfare of
Ocala should he present. The Star
would like to see a rtarge attendance
and hear all present express them themselves.
selves. themselves. If the meeting is well attend attended,
ed, attended, and there is full discussion, some
misunderstandings may 'be cleared
up. Let all who can 'be on hand and
give their views.
The Ocala Star announces
Speaking of wise dogs, there is'one j
in Ocala that has other canines tied
to .a -post. The dog in question is
Barney, a' grayhound belonging to
''Chief :Cihambers of the fire- depart department.
ment. department. Barney is 'a few sizes smaller
than a Shetland pony, tout will not
Ifear that it iwould make him bovv-
itiijgtfu. xie us me same cuiui tis a
battleship in warpaint, and can out outrun
run outrun a jackrabbit. Barney passed
most of the summer at Lake Weir
with Mrs. Chambers, whose, devoted
attendant he is, but returned to
town about two weeks ago. He im immediately
mediately immediately went all around the city,
renewing his acquaintance. Barney
I.vb a sedate dog. When he 'meets a
man, he takes a sniff at him, and if
- he approves of the aura he is thence thence-v
v thence-v forth that person's friend. After he-
vinsr in town a few days, Barney, to
;the :great -worriment of the fireboys,
vas Tnisslng all one afternoon; hut
tfnm Arl wn all risrhtifor sutmer. These
absences of his happening frequent
ly. it. began to ibe suspected that he
harl found an affinity somewhere.
However, the other afternoon, one of
the firepoys with a motorcycle solved
Ihe mystery. An hour or two after
dinner and after taking his siesta,
Barney started out south, and was
soon traveling along the Lake Weir
road. He went in a trot (a 'dogtrot,
of course) so the iman on the motor-
has left off fighting the Florida dol dollar,
lar, dollar, "but adds as a last fling that the
commissioners would have done a
deal better if they had selected the
figure of a Florida girl to adorn the
coin rather than the Nike of Samoth-.
race. If the -commissioners had con
sulted the. Star first it is 'likely that
they 'wouldn't ; now be troubled in
girl iwould have made them go like
hot cakes. 'Orlando "Reporter-Star.
If they could 'have imade up a com
posite picture to (favor every .man s
girl, they could ihave sold a quarter
of a million. 1
The Star has received a copy of -a
handsome memorial volume, con containing
taining containing the press notices regarding
the life and death of air. Fdagler.
The Star is gratified to find its own
tribute to that good citizen, great
business man and real captain of in
dustry is given a prominent place.
The 'Star iwas not one of the papers
that toadied to (Mr. Flagler. But it
appreciated the great good 'he -did in
his life, and sincerely regretted his
death. The compilers of the memor memorial
ial memorial volume seem to -have used the
entire good taste of estimating the
tributes to the dead iby their face
value, and the result is a 'book that
any' Floridian may well, add to hi
FLORIDA ANI CURA
FERRY SIII1 FLAGLER
"ME UNI) GOTT
A little before the Spanish-Ameri
can war, a Canadian near-wit put the
following verses in the mouth of the
Der Kaiser of dis Vatterland,
Und Gott on hih all dins cbmmand.
Ve two, ach! Don't you understand?
Myself und Gott!
le reigrns in Heafen und alvays shall,
Und mine own Embire don d vas
Sine noble pair I dinks you call.
Myself und Gott!
Vile some men sin
Mein soldiers sins'
Und drink der health
Of me und Gott!
der Tower divine,
"Die Waoht Am
Improvement of the Oklawaha and
Withlacoochee rivers is vital to tne
future prosperity of all this section.
cycle had no great trouble in keeping UVe have only received a setback, not
him in sight. He twent straight to a defeat. We 'have laid a (foundation
the lake, and on arriving sat down to of evidence; let us go on and build
mYI nff und ohpsrv he scenery, n'unn t Rath rivers are still run-
Ilaving recovered his
peratiire, he ;walked
Dere's France, she swaggers all
She's aug-uspiell she' no aground;
To much we tink she don't amound;
Meinself und Gott!
She vill not dare to fight again;
But if she shouldt, I'll show frier plain
Dot Klsass und (in French) Lorraine
Are mine -"by Gott!
Von Bismark vas a man of might.
Und dought he vas glear out of sight.
But, ach! he vas nicht good to fight
Mit me und Gott!
Ve knock !him like a man of -sdraw;
Ve let him know whose vll vas law;
Und dot ve don'd would stand his jaw,
Myself und Gott!
Ve send him out in big disgrace,
Ve gif iiim lnsuldt to his face,
Und put Caprivi in his place.
Myself und Gott!
Dere's grandma dinks she's nicht
schmall beer. x
Midt Boers und such she interfere;
She'll learn none owns this 'hemisphere
But me und Gott!
She dinks, good, frau, more ships she's
Und soldiers mit der scarlet goat,
Ac'hy ve could knock dem, pouf, like
1 Meinself und Gott!
In dimes of peace prepare for wars,
I bears the sbear and helm of Mars,
Und care not for ten dousand Czars,
Myself und Gott!
In fact, I humor efery whim,
Mit aspect dark und visage grim,
Gott pulls mit me, und" I mit-him,
Meinself und Gott!
"Of course the man who wrote the
verses didn't say the kaiser said any anything
thing anything of the sort, and probably didn't
expect anybody to think he said it.
It twas only a joke, a satire, like a
cartoon, and wasn't expected to be
taken seriously. Any American cit
izen of average information and in
telligence should know that lEmper-
ro William is the very last man in
the world to say anything of the
kind. iHe may 'be much mistaken In
his ideas and policies, but he un-
Craft Which, Like the Over-Seas
Railroad, is Alone in Its Class
Times-Union, 23rd: Miss Florence
Marie Beckwith, daughter of Vice Vice-President
President Vice-President J. P. Beckwith of the Flor Florida
ida Florida East Coast railwaj', the Flagler
System, yesterday broke the bottle j
over the bow of the big new sea-go-j
ing ferry boat and as it glided into
the water christened it Henry M.
The launching, at the Cramp yards
in Philadelphia, was made the occas occasion
ion occasion of real interest to officials of the
Florida East Coast and its invited
friends because of its nearness of all
of them to the man who huilt the
road and whose dream of ferry con connection
nection connection between the Florida keys
and Havana are about to he realized.
Practically all the executive family
of the company were present and the
launching was a success. The great
ship is now ready to have the inter interior
ior interior fittings and engines installed and
as soon as completed will be "brought
to Florida and placed in commis commission
sion commission between Havana and Ke3 West.
When the Henry 01. Flagler is ply plying
ing plying between the southern terminus
of the Florida East Coast road at
Key West and Havana, freight cars
will be loaded in Cuba, sealed, and
sent thru direct to destination, any anywhere
where anywhere in the United States, .without
reloading, transferring or handling
It is understood that bulk sugar
will be carried direct from the Cuban
sugar (mills to the great refineries of
the East, saving more than enough
in the bagging and handling cost to
pay the freight in hull:.
Later it is proposed to handle pas passenger
senger passenger cars direct to Cuban points
and then It will "be that a tourist -party
taking a sleeper In Montreal or
Boston or the sNorth west will not be
transferred from his sleeper until he
reaches his desination in the Cuban
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normal t em em-down
down em-down to the
lake, turned around and began to
back into the water. He only hack hacked
ed hacked an inch at a time, so the after afternoon
noon afternoon was far advanced when ihe was
all in hut the tip of his nose. He
submerged this with rather less de deliberation
liberation deliberation than the rest of his an an-atnmv.
atnmv. an-atnmv. and then after a long dive
and on them are already many
boats. Let us do all we can to in
crease the traffic, and we are sure to
dbtain the improvements -in time.
WThy not spade up the iback yard
and iplant some sweet potatoes? At
two dollars a hushel tney wouia De
worth more to the household than
the usual crop of sandspurs. Miami
backward came up and swam vigor- Metropolis
ously for a landing point some dis
tance off. Reaching land, he shook
The Henry IM. iFlagler marks the
beginning of the new era in sea fer ferry
ry ferry steam vessels. It will be followed
later b3' a sister ship for the 'Florida
East Coast railway, the two being
planned to give a double service be between
tween between Key West and Havana.
In building the Florida East Coast
railway it was the dream of Henry
M. Flagler to carry his road thru to
Key West and incorporate a freight
service direct between the United
States and Cuba. To do this it was
necessary to transfer the loaded, cars
from Key West to 'Havana. As there
is a strip of ninety miles of ocean
between the two points, the only -pos
sible way Is ;b means of car ferry
The vessel launched yesterday has
a capacity of thirty of the largest
freight cars, loaded, and 'will make a
trip between Key West and Havana
in eight hours. The general dimen
sions are as follows: Length over
all, 350 feet; length between perpen
diculars, 333 feet; beam, molded, 57
feet; depth, 22 feet; breadth, of
deck, 57 'feet; speed, loaded with
2,300 tons dead weight, 12 knots.
The hull is built of steel, conform conforming
ing conforming in ever respect to the rules of
the bureau meritas for a-yessel of
this special class
Four Railroad Tracks
The cars are carried on the main
deck, which Is fitted with four rail railroad
road railroad tracks. The stern of the vessel
is of such shape as to fit neatly in
the docks 'provided at Key West and
Havana, whereby the cars are loaded
LONG MECGIrlTTS i
Will soon be here and you will have to consume more electric cur-
rent. 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.,
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safe and efficient 'handler of freight
doubtedly has a great reverence for onto the vessel at the stern. Every cars.
the verses, or the average American,
for that matter.
lSo it is no compliment to the in intelligence
telligence intelligence of our people to find that
since the war has broken out and
the verses have :been dug up out of!
himself and started for Ocala, and
as he began to gallop, he heat 'the
motorcycle in by about six miles.
The reason of this is thus. During
.bis sojourn at the lake, Barney was
prevailed on iby his friends to learn
to swim, his education toeing ac
complished by a couple of them tak
ing him out in a iboat, turning the
boat over and swimming ashore,
leaving Barney to swim or drown.
Barney did not take ito the. water
Kindly at first, but once, after a
three-mile swim in rough -water, he
io'jjid he -was destitute of fleas. The
Yes; but its more (pleasant .to loaf
. 1.11. Till
on tne street corners, iaiK 'pouiis
and complain of hard times, ten
how the war will end or play pool,
when one has leisure.
Both sides are to blame in the Col
orado. trouble, hufT-it is ver' evident
from the dispatch elsewhere that the
president thinks the mine owners
will be the most to blame if the trou
ble is not stopped. And the presi
dent has proven himself a very safe
guide in public matters. It is time
for the people of Colorado to get to together
gether together and stop their foolishness. It
is entirely possible to make their
tn nnv sensible do.2:. so after that he behave better.
became almost amphibious. Of
' course, he could not be long in Ocala;
iind associate with other dogs, with
&d becoming stocked up again, so
-.there .being no water in the city deep
the supreme heing much greater, in appliance -has tbeen fitted for the se-j
fact, than that of the man who, wrote curing of the cars at sea. When the
cars are stowed the weight of the
cars are taken upon jacks fitted to
jack rails, thus relieving the trucks!
from the suTge and weight due to
the rolling of the ship in a seaway.
On the shelter deck provision Is 1
the obscurity where they belong, that imade for the quarters of the officers
a great many Americans are Inclined and crew.
o believe that Kaiser wilhelm real- The machinery consists of two
ly wrote the verses, 'inis is owing triple expansion reciprocating en-
to many of our papers printing them gines of standard tmarine design,
without the necessary explanation. It having cylinders 20, 32 and 54
is quite an injustice not only to the inches by 36 inch stroke. The en-
kaiser. !but to the average reader, hrines are to develop 3,000 horse-
always ready to form his impressions power at 100 revolutions per minute.
by the catchy thing he sees at the The boilers are of the Scotch tpye,
moment, and seldom caring to delve being singe-ended return tubular,
fine wanton waste or war was
brought home to us yesterday, when
Mr. L. R. Chazal of this city showed
us several (photographs of the Cap
tfirrKiisrh to 20 over his !back. he sensi- Trafalgar, the German auxiliary
ily vent to the lake whenever his cruiser sunk a tew days ago by
comfort required him to do so. It is British warship in the South At
rne that Silver Springs is close at lantic. The Cap Trafalgar was a fine
shack into the past
The Star thinks the Germans are
unduly excited over the Idea that
the British are. subsidizing the Am American
erican American press. Ve personally know
several Britons, but none- of them
have offered us anything. In fact,
we don't (believe any one of them is
able to buy a battleship, let alone a
The Gainesville Sun is whooping it
up for the Alachua County Fair.
The Star is going to see that fair
one week in November, and see the
Clarion-Sumter Fair the next. That
will make November the fairest
month in the year.
cylindrical boilers 13 feet 2 inches
diameter hy 12 feet long, fitted with
two furnaces 48 inches in diameter
of the corrugated type.
Electric Ughting Plant
The vessel is fitted with an electric
light plant, mooring winches actuat
ed by electrical winches for handling
Two deen tanks tor carrying mo
lasses are also provided, with neces
sary pumping apparatus for handling
this cargo. Certain portions of the
vessel are fitted with double bottom
for fed -water, with 'large ballast
tanks in case the vessels is running
Every appliance known has been
frted to the vessel for making it a
In addition to tne purely commer
cial aspect of the vessel, attenton
has been paid to the possibility of
fitting it out as a gunboat and trans
port in case of .war, there being
ample arrangements to mount rapid-
fire guns of 5-inch caliber and small
er battery as may be required.
Valuable as Transport
As a transport the hoat would 'he
a most vaiuaoie acquisition xo xne
government, as in an emergency it
would carry a force of 2,500 to 3,500 j
men, a very valuable consideration
in case of war. Originally this ves;
sel was planned to carry thirty-six
loaded 'cars and when its capacity
was limited thirty the original speci specifications
fications specifications as to strength, etc., were
still carried out, making it exception
al in its class and the most powerful
car ferfy hoat in the world. Its con
struction has .been watched with the
keenest interest by railroad and
steamship men and the Florida East
Coast people, confident of Its un
doubted success believes it will be
the nucleus of a fteet of boats on. her
route and greatly increase the
amount of freight carried to and
from the island of Cuba.
The officials of the Florida 'East
Coast railway in their desire to hon honor
or honor the memory, of the genius who
created that 'line have wisely named
the boat the Henry iM. Flagler, just
as after his death they called the
road he had hullt the Flagler System
which in his modesty, he would nev never
er never permit while he lived.
Fancy stationery in the Jate crash
finishes, paper with envelopes to
match. Initial correspondence cards
with envelopes to match are the
latest. Court Pharmacy. 9-23-Ct
Oeala Cash Grocery p
Complete Line of H
STAPLE AND FANCY jj
TERMS STRICTLY CASH fi
Come and get our prices l
They are Lower than If
H F IAPVIC nnn
lit L. JrllVT IO. it
Next to Burnetts Tailor
FORT KING AVE. I
THE OCAJiA EVENING S1AR. THtlttDAV, SKIT. 2A, 1014
To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne-
cessity is Our Business,
I Ocala Steam Laundry
t 402-404 S. Main Street
You Meed a Tonic
There are times in every woman's life when she
needs a tonic to help her over the hard places.
When that time comes to you, you know what tonic
to, take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com composed
posed composed of purely' vegetable ingredients, which act
gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs,
and helps build them back to strength and health.
It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak,
ailing women in its past half century of wonderful
success, and it will do the same for you.
You can't make a mistake in taking
The Woman's Tonic
Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark.,
says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth,
for women. Before 1 began to take Cardui, I was
so weak and nervous, and had such avf ul dizzy
spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and
as strong as i ever ma, ana can eat most anything.
Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by al! dealers.
Has Helped Thousands.
Summerfield, Sept. 24. Aug. Pet Pet-zold,
zold, Pet-zold, who has been in Wauchula for
some time, has returned.
John Weidner of the Orange Ave Avenue
nue Avenue district, paid us a very pleasant
and interesting visit. '.Mr. Weidner
reports everything about his farm in
Mr. and CVIrs. J. B. Dolson of "Bon "Bonnie
nie "Bonnie View," on South Lake eWir, were
visitors here last Saturday, and on
Sunday visited friends west of town.
Ir. and Mrs. Xathan Mayo and
daughter, Gertrude, accompaniel by
R. E. Downs, J. W. Davis, Jr., and P.
W. Collens, motored to Ocala last
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith and
daughter, Mary, Clegg Chaney an 1
the Keathley family, spent last Sun Sunday
day Sunday visiting with the George J. Hick Hick-ey
ey Hick-ey farily at South Lake Weir.
Mrs. X. '.Mayo, postmistress, has
had a large sign painted and placed
at the entrance to the postoffice on
which is painted in large letters the
words "Post Office."
The regular services at the 'Metho 'Methodist
dist 'Methodist church were held last Sunday.
Rev. S. F. Stephens, pastor, preached
at both morning and evening service.
Sunday school is held every Sunday
morning. Regular services every
third Sunday of the month.
George Williams, who has lived
here for a couple of years, left last
Saturday morning for Hampton, Va.,
where he entered the National Sol Soldiers
diers Soldiers home. iMr. Williams' health
was not so good and it is hoped that
under the care of the physicians at
The 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 r0., and Troxler's stands.
Larger quarters, more fully equipped and will be rua
strictly ethicai lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333
the" home, he -will soon
health and return here.
AYE HIS DA LK
Weirsdale, Sept. 23. .Mr. A. B.
Camp transacted 'business, in Ocala
between 'trains Tuesday.
(Mrs. F. G. Buhl and 'her two sons,
of Shady, vho visited with her
brothers, Messrs, J. !M. and R. D.
Douglas, returned to her home
iMrs. W. B. Cbggins and daughter,
T'helma, returned home last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon. While in Ocala the
little girl underwent an operation.
Their speedy return home implies
that the operation was successful.
Little Thelma is just her sweet self
IMr. L. B. Graham, of Birmingham,
Ala., who was visiting her with Mr.
and .Mrs. R. L. Lytle, returned home
Mr. A. S. J. McKinney, of Stanton,
who has been sojourning for many
weeks in Georgia, returned home
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I I I 1 I I
tar Will Wot Give Away
BUT it WILL give each and EVERY subscriber who pays a year for the Daily Star, a $5 Coupon
Book, redeemable at its face value by any of the Ocala Business Houses mentioned below, or for a
Weekly Star subscription a $l.oO book redeemable for that amount. Past due subscriptions, Dai Daily
ly Daily or Weekly, will get a book for each year paid.
The following firms of 'Ocala will allow you the discounts set opposite their names on all cash pur purchases
chases purchases made when Star Subscription Coupons are presented at the time of making purchases:'
Marion Hardware Company, Hardware.. .. I 5
J. J. Gerig, Drugs (Postoffice drugstore & Annex Drugstore) 5
Knight & Lang, Wagons, Buggies, etc . . . . 5
A. E. Burnett, Jewelry. ............ .... i .......... 5
E. G. liivers, Gents Furnishings 5
Hayes & Guynn, Dry Goods. 5
Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture. 10
A. M. Lansford, Music Dealer .10
Miss Mary Affleck, 3Iillinery
B. Goldman, "Why Pay 3Iore?"
Little's Shoe Parlors, Shoes..
To illustrate how the plan will save you money and bring back the equivalent in cash, Just what
the paper has cost you either the Evening Star or Weekly Star: Suppose your first call, after receiv receiving
ing receiving the coupon book is at the grocery store, you trade twenty dollars worth, you give the clerk $19 or
your check, and he will tear out of your book $1 worth of coupons and your bill is paid. vou have
gotten back a dollar of your subscription money. Your next purchase is at the furniture house, whose
name you see on the back of the coupon ( and you are pleased when you see they rill give 10 per
cent, discount); you bay a bedfor $10 $9 in cash and $1 worth of coupons squares you at this place.
You've saved $2 already. Your purchase at the drugstore is $5 $4.75 and a 25c coupon straight straightens
ens straightens you there. Suppose the purchase is only $1 at the next store; 95 cents in cssh and a 5 cent
coupon pays it. Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; it would take y6ur entire'
$5 coupon book, but it would save you a FIVE DOLLAR BILL.
Just keep in mind, when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat your cake and keep it too,"
if you take advantage of our MERCHANTS' CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
paper, come in, pay up and get a book. If you are not now taking the Evening Star or the Weekly
Star, come in and do it now, and get a coupon book. You can send tot remittance by registered
letter, check or express money order, and coupon book will be mailed to your address.
' . JL v
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V:V::: Z'MyW -".::
Miss Mary Affleck will show all the latest
styles in Dress and Tailored Hats, also Exclusive
French Models beginning
Thursday Evening, Sept 24th
Refreshments from 8 to 10:30 o'clock
Showing will continue through Friday 23th.
1I Mary MleA
Upstairs Rear of Helvenston's Store
iSundayr There is no place like 'Dake
Weir, is there, Mr. A. J. S.?
Mrs. J. R. Altman returned from
South Carolina the first of the week.
She reports that her mother Is ser seriously
iously seriously ill, and that she was on better
whein she started home.
Our fellow townsman, Fred Black,
who is in charge of the A. C. L. office
at Fruitland Fark, was here iMonday
ibetwen trains, visiting his mother
and brothers. There is no place like
home, Is there, Fred?
-Mr. J. -R. Walling, who spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday at Eustis, returned here 'Monday.
-Mrs. Stalling, who has been quite ill,
Is improving and came home with
3Iiss Sallie Sigmon, of 'South Lake
Weir, was in Ocala between trains
Prof. H. E. Stevens, who was here
several days stopping with Prof, and
:Mrs. Wilson, while investigating the
citrus fruit propositon and looking
after the experiment operations here,
returned to Gainecville Satrday.
Some prefer Mutton, some prefer Ham,
Some prefer a nice Slice of Ifam,
"Some Roasts, v Steaks, Chops, some some Fine Sausage Fried
But whatever your choice,
' We're Satisfied
AM) WE KOW.YOU'LIi HE SATISFIED.
IF YOU CHOOSE OUK CHOICE MEATS
PIIONK 108 CITY MARKET
W A CA HO OTA
I. X. Smith and
with Mrs. J. O.
; Wacahoota, Sept. 23. Mrs. T. X.
Smith returned home last Weines Weines-day
day Weines-day 'from several days' visit to .Mrs.
(R. C. Epperson of Williston.
Mr. E. C. Chitty and grandson,
Charles R. Carter of Micanopy,
spent last 'Friday the guests of Mr. C.
IMr. and Mrs. J. IM. Smith were
shopping in Williston Saturday.
IMrs. I. X. Rawls and children of
Montbrook were week-end
here visiting Irs.
airs. C. IM. Smith
and spent Sun Jay
CUr. Lucius Emerson and M!ss
iMary Kenney have returned to their
home at Fruitland Park after a
week's visit to Miss Rosalie Smith.
M and iMrs. J. F. Bruton were
called to Gainesville Saturday, by the
sudden death of their niece's hus husband,
band, husband, Mr. "Hall, who fell from a'
building where he was installing a
Masters Levereth and William
Curry Heft for their home in Palitka
Saturday after several weeks visit
to their uncle, .Mr. C. R. Curry.
Rev. Entzminger of iM-canopy fill filled
ed filled his regular appointment here Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon. .
Miaes 'Rosalie an 3 LMartel Smith
and Olivia Colson and Messrs. Rawls
and Smith were car riding in Mica. Mica.-nopy
nopy Mica.-nopy Sunday morning.
Mr. J. W. VMay and daughter, iMiss
Vida, attended church here Sunday
. Misses Theora and Leola Smith re returned
turned returned 'Monday from a visit to
friends at Williston.
(Mr. and .Mrs. R. C. Epperson and
son of Willis:cn are guests of Mrs.
T. X. Smith this week.
Mr. Cerdick Smith played ball with
Fairfield Saturday afternoon at the
Fairfield diamond against Sparr. It
was quite a close game and resulted
in the score of 4 to T, in favor of Fairfield.
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
ir poom ucaia
$37.05 Cincinnati, Ohio. $18.30 Marietta, Ga.
$47.53 Chicago, .111. $;.05 New York, X. Y.
S02.C5 Denver, Col. .S:29.03 Philadelphia, Pa.
$30.30 Evansville, Ind. $41. SO St. Louis, Mo.
$35.55 Louisville, 'Ky. 4 $U3.53 San Francisco, Cal".
TICKETS SOLI) DAILY. FINAL LIMIT OCT. 31.
STOP OVERS ALLOWED
For information and reservations" call on A. C. L. Ticket Agent, or
J. G. K IRK LAX D, Division Passenger Agent, -
Broadway and 11th Street.
New York City
A Clean, Comfortable, Convenient
and Homelike Hotel on both
American and European Plans.
SPE.SAL WEEKLY R vTES
American Plan, $2 per Diy
European- Plan, $1 p r Day
Churchill & Company
STOP THAT FIRST COUGH
Check ,your fall cough or cold at
once don't wait it may lead to
serious lung trouble, weaken jour
vitality and develop a chronic lun
ailment. Get a bottle of Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey today; it is pure
and harmless use it freely for
that fall cough or cold,
children 'are sick give it
will quickly relieve and
ly. It soothes
lungs and air
phlegm, is antiseptic and fortifies
the system against colds. It surely
prevents cold eerms frcm getting a
hold. Guaranteed. Only 25 cents at
your druggists. tu- thur-fri-wk
If baby or
to them, it
the irritated throat,
Not an Origins! Idea.
Four hundred years ao the idea of
numbering houses oririr.ated ia Paria,
though it was not until 17S9 that the
VRtem became ter..jtl.
ilis'irnTriesii 1 1
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l Wl' BVfSSgga
- Phone fl
TF YOUR- -Stenographer. Bookkeeper,
, Billing Clerk. Telephom Operator,
cr any other female member of your
office force decides to leave Saturday,
JTTO have coly to use the Female Help
Wanted" or "Situation Wanted Female
cohnnm of v-OUR PAPER
to bring an all round-desirable applicant
for the position bright and early the next
III l i iIILll y mlUL'ILiiU iH
THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR, THUKSD.VY, SEPT. 21, 1914
1 OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS t
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)
Thought for the Day
Your part in life is to take your
place appointed, follow ;our pattera
and lose no time in doing your best.
'.Mr. John Lindsey of Gero, S. C,
greeted friends in this city yesterday
en route to Tarpon Springs.
.;.5cala"'is to he congratulated upon
securing Mr. and Mrs. !E. A. Osborne
of Morriston as residents of the city.
In a, social and financial way, they
will make most desirable citizens.
Both of them hjave many friends in
the city as they have .been with us
often that their acquaintance id
very wide in the city.
VIr. R. J. 'Rivers"Th"esav-mill man
who operates a mill west of the city
15 -miles, will move his family to
Ocala in a few days that the children
(may have the advantage of school.
Mr. River8 has a great many friends
In Ocala, is a most excellent citizen
and iwo are very glad to know that
lie and his family will reside among
' Mrs. W. tA. Knight is in Valdosta,
spending several weeks at her former
Miss Willie Igou left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for her home in Eustis after a
-short visit with 'her aunt and uncle,
3dr. and iMrs. Sam Igou and family.
Miss Igou is en route home from a
four month's visit to friends in; John
son City and Knoxville, Tenn., and
AIts. 'William iDorr, a former resi resident
dent resident of this city, returned today
from a short. visit to her sister in
Dunnellon, leaving immediately for
St Petersburg, where she will in the
future imake her
and4Irs. W. R. Pedrick have
as their guests for the week (Misses
Alozelle, IMa5fe"and Jessie Priest
Mr. and (Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss ire ire-r
r ire-r turned this afternoon from a visit to
relatives and friends at their old
home in 'Georgia. They made the
trip in their automobile and enjoyed
ISie outing greatly.
IMrs. William 'Hocker and little
daughters came home from Taytona
Beaoh yesterday afternoon. Mr.
Hocker accompanied his family
. home, driving through in 'his auto.
, IMr. and iMrs. C. 'S. Cullen are en-
joying a visit from their sister-in-law,
Miss Tillie Pasteur of .Lake
' ' ",
,: iMr. and Mrs. IE.. A. Osborne will
leave shortly for a trip to iXew York
and other northern cities.
IMr. and Mrs. T. T. iMunroe, who
are (having such a pleasant trip thru
the north, are now en route to Syra Syra-cuse
cuse Syra-cuse CST. Y., where they will spend
ronne time. v
Mrs. C. L. Gamslby and son, Mr.
Cameron Gamsby, will leave in the
morning for Sewanee, Tenn., where
Mr. Gamsby 'will enter the University
of the South. .Mrs. Gamsby will visit
friends in Atlanta and Birmingham
before returning home.
Mrs. E. T. Helvenston' and children
returned ihome this afternoon from
itfieir summer outing.
Qlr. C. II. Dame came in last night
' from Jacksonville and expects to
leave very soon to" escort his daugh daugh--
- daugh-- ter, IMiss Lois Dame, to Atlanta,
where she will enter Washington
Seminary for the winter.
3Iiss Olivia Carter, who was for
many years an assistant in Mrs. Ab
bott's millinery parlors, is now in
Jacksonville filling a similar position
in one of that city's most up-to-date
Mr. and Mrs. Forney of Oak en entertained
tertained entertained a few special friends last
evening at a very charming little
dinner party at their 'home. Those
enjoying this delightful affair with
rJoe host and ;hostess were Miss Ethel
Haycraft, iMrs. Jessie iHaycraft, Mr.
Edwin Green and Dr. ill. T. Weaver.
After dinner the evening was spent
In conversation and music.
One of the most unique social af affairs
fairs affairs ever given in the South will be
the "cotton ball" at the Piedmont
"Driving Club in Atlanta, October 8th.
T&e affair promises to ibe most elab elaborate
orate elaborate and elegant in every particular.
jm. least 400 guests are to attend and
i-aB ttfee decorations will be in cotton.
"TSrs Trails and ceilings of the club are
ioie. gaTlanded with hundreds of the
soft, fluffy white kolls, it being the
season when Georgia cotton fields
are snowy white. The cotton bolls
will be used in great -profusion both
artificially and natural, and in every
way will this "cotton ball", be most
elaborate. It opens the formal season
of the famous and popular Piedmont
Driving Club of Atlanta.
Millinery Opening Today
Advanced models in up-to-date
iftillinery are being displayed in
greatest profusion 'by two of our
leading establishments this week.
jThis advanced display seems earlier
than ever before, 'but- it gives us a
view into the chick French styles
long befor the "smart folks" come
back from their city jaunts, and -we
are only too glad to get something
to replace our worn and 'battered and
faded summer straws.
'At iMrs Jessie 'Haycraf t's empor emporium
ium emporium there is a bewildering array of
the season's latest creations, a riot
of colors and combinations in metal metal-ic
ic metal-ic and jet effects, one of the very
prettiest 'being tinted with golden
stickers in small shape; another in
black with mother of pearl ivory leaf
band and white fancy, is vey beauti beautiful
ful beautiful and not so expensive. The small
shapes "predominate, with the large
cut-off effects for ultra afternoon
dress. The evening affairs are in the
faintest and most delicate colorings
with a touch of fur and silver nets in
all shades. 'Mrs. -Haycraft has flow flowers
ers flowers and feathers, velvets and satins,
enough to please the mo3t exacting.
She is ably assisted by -.'Miss Rena
(Smith and tMiss iMaye Seymour, and
her opening will last. all this week.
IMiss Mary Affleck is ably assisted
by Mrs. Ellis and iMrs. Allegood, a
trimmer of exceptional ability. Her
display consists of all things that
go. towards fulfilling the happiness
and gratifying the soul of women-
Kkind, are to be found in these pret-
y parlors. The rooms which are
located in the 'upstairs department
of 'Helvenston's dry goods establish
ment, are splendidly arranged, with
good -light and plenty of space. Miss
Affleck and her sister, Mrs. iDllis, re receives
ceives receives their friends most cordially,
and this evening will add a special
feature to their openiing by 'holding
a reception 'between the hours of
7:30 and S:30, to which everyone is
cordially invited. Her rooms are
daintily decorated in trailing pink
vines, and from a "bewitching" grot grotto
to grotto "bewitching witches" will serve
a 'witchery ibroth, from a genuine
witch tripod and caldron.
Passing on you will be shown the
very latest in veils. Miss -Affleck is
making a specialty in these and has
some very beautiful ones, and on
model3 are shown the latest way to
wear them. Her hats are very at attractive.
tractive. attractive. Many are shown in the to-
imato reds, gold laces and metallic
trimmings, with loveliest of ostrich
which is very good this season. Small
black hats set with silver metallic
quills and fruits are wonderful and
most tempting. It is simply impos impossible
sible impossible to describe the ibeauties shown
the society reporter this morning.
One must go and see to appreciate
the efforts the ladies and their as-
sistants have made in 'both these
establishments. The rivalry of
(Roman and violet shades with bro
cade American ibeauty and tomato
reds interspersed with the ever chic
fclack and white effects are wonder wonderful.
ful. wonderful. Mr. G. tA. iXash and (Mrs. Abbott
will have their millinery displays
next week. Thus the ladies of our
city have much to enjoy and look
forward to, for it is puzzling to de decide
cide decide between the ultra fashionable
shades of hanana, apricot and gold.
.Miss Ivo Larue has been ill for the
past week, 'but is somewhat better
(Mrs. J. H. Strunk and daughter,
ftliss Catherine, and son, QIaster
John, returned this afternoon from a
pleasant summer outing at IMurphy,
The many friends of 'Mrs. J. tA.
Wiggins will be pleased to learn that
she is recovering from an attack of
U. D. C.
Dickison Chapter, U. D. C, will
hold -memorial services in memory of
,Mrs. Fanny R. Gary, Saturday, Sept.
26th, 3:30 p. m., at the residence of
Mrs. E. L. Carney. The U. C. V.,
the S. C. V. and Fanny R. Gary chap
ter, C. of C. are invited to attend.
All sheet music. 10 cents a copy at
When you need stationery, go to
CALLS FOR PLANS
Mayor Robertson Wants to Know
What Sort of a Proclamation He
is Required to Issue
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 23, 1914.
To the City Council of Ocala, the
President, or Any Member Thereof:
Regarding your request: that I. as
mayor, make proclamation calling an
election under the bond ordinances
recently passed by your honorable
foody over my veto, I beg leave to ad advise
vise advise that I am at a loss to know how
to prepare such proclamations, as the
ordinances do not set forth the form
of the questions or propositions to be
submitted to the voters, nor the ef
fect of a yea or nay vote, and is
silent as to the qualifications of vot voters
ers voters who may be entitled to vote at
such elections when held.
'Personally, I am not in favor of
the ordinances, and in order that no
criticism may .be made of me on ac account
count account of the form of any proclama proclamation
tion proclamation calling for such elections, I re respectfully
spectfully respectfully ask that you, some mem member
ber member of your body, the city attorney,
or anyone else you may designate,
prepare and submit such proclama proclamations
tions proclamations as you desire should be made,
and the same will receive my prompt
I do not wish to assume any re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility in this matter as to the
form of proclamation, and presume
that you, or whoever may (have pre prepared
pared prepared the ordinances, can Teadily
submit a form of proclamation In ac
cord with your views and interpreta
tlon of the ordinances as passed.
J. D. Robertson, 'Mayor.
(Begins at 8:30)
March," Washington Post Sousa.
Two iHymns Selected.
Wild IFlower Losey.
Eleanor, Waltzes Will Huff.
Jmdian Trail, Intermezzo F. De-
The Elves, Overture -Keifer.
Iyll, The Mill in the Forest -R.
OOAfcA SCIIOOIi OF MUSIC
Will Reopen on the First of October
The Ocala School of CUusic will be begin
gin begin its seventh term in musical in
struction, Thursday, October 1, -1914.
All former pupils and others. wishing
places will please call at the studio,
No. 1 Fort King avenue (over Jerry
iBurnett's tailor shop) between 1 and
6 p. m., Wednesday, .Sept. 30, to ar
range lesson ihours.
iMary C. Connor, Director.
9-23-7td wky It
3IUSIC STORE TO CLOSE
Ocala, Sept. 24th, 1914.
To the Public:
On account of prevailing condi conditions
tions conditions I am closing my music store
temporarily. JMy action may ibe con considered
sidered considered as one of retrenchment,
since we have 'been running the store
at a loss f or more than three months.
Curtailment of expenses is impera imperative
tive imperative with practically no ;business com coming
ing coming to the store. Since we have to
go out and drum for the business we
are getting we see no need of con continuing
tinuing continuing the store at a loss. At some
near future date we hope to reopen
and do business as before.' We are
simply "playing safe."
lA 'half dozen or more factories
have urged us to stay open and let
them furnish us with the necessary
goodsV with practically unlimited
time in which to pay for same. The
time honored firm of Dud den & Bates
under whose name we operate, dis disagree
agree disagree with us in our intention to
close, but we are on the ground and
know that our decision is a wise one.
It would, indeed, 'be a great injustice
to the good name of this old house,
now nearly a half century old, for us
to continue under present conditions
arid possibly fail. We are not
"busted"; no one is closing us out.
After October 1st we will owe no
man and so far as we know we have
good credit all over Ocala. These
latter remarks are made to preclude
the unkind and unfair things that
might be said by unknowing and un
Now, since we are cutting down
expenses, we will 'be in better posi
tion to give you your money's worth
than ever, and we ask those who con
template buying anything in the
music line to give us a chance at the
business. We are still in Ocala and
a 'phone call or postal card will
bring us to you when wanted.
9-24-dlytf-wkylt A. M. Lansford.
ROOMS FOR REXT
Two 'furnished rooms with modern
conveniences. Two blocks east of A
C. L. railroad on Oklawaha avenue
References exchanged. Address "A
B." care Star. 9 -22-6t
Now is the time that special care has to be
given to the child's footwear. Let us help you
to FIT THEM PROPERLY. We do that.
SCCFFERS, McKAYS, AVELTS
Gumnetal and ratent, J Tan, Vici, Gunmetal, Patent j Vlci. Giinmetal, Patent,
SH to 11, $1.75; 11! to 2, $2 j 8J$ to 11, $1.30; 11 H to 2, $2 8? to 11, $2.r0; 11U to 2 $2.75
Tan, Gunmetal, Vici, Patents, McKays, Welts, Turns ,.$2 and $3.
YOIUTIHIS' :. ?
Vici, Gunmetal. Patent, Scuffers, McKays, Welts,
1 1 1-2 to 13, $1.50.-13 1-2 to 2, $2.
Tan, Gunmetal, Patent..
OF IOXG GREEX
Will Change Hands if a Threatened
Damage Suit Is Successful
The Star has 'been informed that
it wo of Ocala's young men are getting
ready for a -damage suit lor $30,000
each against a prominent iphosphate
magnate. It is said that, an event
some eight or nine months ago in
which these two young men were ac
cused by. the p. -p. sm. of kidnapping
his son is the starting point for this
suit. It seems that the irate father
used such language on the alleged
occasion toward, these two young
men that they think themselves en
titled to a considerable amount for
(Mrs. C. W. Hunter will return to
her home Saturday.
Little Catharine Brinkley -will re
turn to the home of her aunt, IMrs.
T. C. Carter Saturday.
All other tpatients are doing well.
NEW RESIDENTS FOR BURBANK
fRev. and-Mrs. J. L. High, of Lake
View, Ohio, have arrived at Burbank
and -will make that place their home.
They have bought the Haney place
near the postoffice. iMr. High is a
minister of the Church of the United
Brethren In Christ.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many
friends and good neighbors for the
miany acts of kindness and sympathy
shown us during the recent Illness
and death of our loved one.
J. J. Hull and Family.
Martel, Fla., Sept. 23.
DENXISOX'S lunch sets and other
paper novelties at KREGER'S. 02 4-tf
All sheet music 10 cents a copy at
0-2 4 -tf
We carry the famous Norris can candies.
dies. candies. If there is any better made let
us know and we'll get it for you. The
Court Pharmacy, "The Drug Store
on the Square." 9-23-6t
Onion sets, flower seeds, for fall
planting, at Bitting & Knight's new
drug store, next to Count's grocery
store. We pay the postage. 9-23-tf
1 iew mm mm
We ihave opened a new drug store in the Wallis bulld bulld-,
, bulld-, ing 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
nicies, stationery, ratent
41.. T 11
iiuus.. ve w-ant to can special aiiention to our line
Fresh GARDEN and FIELD SEEDS, which ive sell under
Guarantee that they are absolutely fresh, new stock.
Give us a trial -when need of anything in our line.
OUR MOTTO: "FRESH GOODS ALWAYS."
Druafllsls and Seedsmen,
OCALA, - - FLORIDA
FIRST CLASS. Meals and Berth Included.
This Special Rate good on anylof the Company's
August 22d to October 17th, Inclusive.
Return Limit 10 Days.
Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
For reservations and further particulars apply to
M. G. WEMZEIU
Florida Passenger Agent,
122 West Hay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
$2 to $3.50
3ledicines and Standard Prenara
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THL'KSUAY, SEPT. 24, 1914
I wart fl Irate Mani (Ciify :
EVERY DAY Until October 5th, at which
time our Special Sale ends, we will
give absolutely FREE with each cash
purchase of $7.50, a
9x12 JAF AMT SQUARE.
It will ipay you to come and look over our Fall 'Lines before
'making your school purchases, as we will save you money
f I f iR F i l-F
11 iiii JJZj : VUJ jlLl AU lu) iu
: "OCAIi-VS UXnERSEIXIXG STORE"
. "Don't Pay More."
If Yon Will Take Enough ot Our Ice v
Saturdays to Last Over Sunday
We will thank you. Our drivers will thank you.
And if the teams could talk they would thank you, too for helping
to lighten the load on the heaviest day of the week, which" is a day of
rest for nearly everybody but tliis ice man of yours.
Oeala lee & PacMmflr.'COo'
ROOM AXD IUTH FOR A 1M)LLR AND A HALF
Completely Renovated and New Management
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
ROOM AND BATH. FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF
s E js- C w3 1 E'
Important AVork of Vegetable Mar Marketing
keting Marketing Bureau Added to Its
Two of the busiest men in town
these days are Secretary J. D. Rooney
of the Clarion County Board of
Trade and his assistant Dr. R. T.
Weaver. While the Board of Trade
headquarters is always a 'busy spot
j it is exceptionally so now, since 'Mr.
Ko-oney was made chairman of the
executive committee of the Florida
Vegetable Marketing Bureau.
Letters are coming in rapidly from
interested parties all over the state
asking for information about the
workings of the proposed scheme of
A letter from Guy B. Stone, secre secretary
tary secretary of the Briggsville Growers' As Association,
sociation, Association, Indian Springs, Fla.; says:
"I am instructed to inform you that
our organization desires to affiliate
with the F. V. iM. B., and our presi
dent, IMr. J. !M. Waters, has been
chosen a member of the 'board of
!R. 'R. Quillen, secretary of the
Fellsmere Producers Union, writes:
"I am sure we shall all be ready to
cooperate with you, and await jour
instructions In the (matter."
The secretary of the Ruskin Grow Growers'
ers' Growers' Association says that -body is in incorporated,
corporated, incorporated, and asks for the plans
of the F. V. iM. IB., as it may be nec necessary
essary necessary for 'his organization to change
its constitution and Iby-laws in order
A. Simmons, postmaster at
High Point, Bay county, writes for
detailed information concerning the
movement, and says that the people
of his section will join.
Mr. A. Roberts writes from Dade
City that the people in that section
are much interested in the plans of
the F. V. iM. B. and asks the commit committee
tee committee to send a representative to their
Mr. A. Duane Doty, general man manager
ager manager of La Buena Plantation at Mac-
jclenny, who is now spending his va
cation at St. Andrews Bay, writes
Mr. Rooney, in addition to a whole
page of optimistic booster sentiment,
as follows: "An organization for
the distribution and marketing of
Florida vegetables and produce is
mighty good business and the fact
j ouuu wuiutuaiiuu Will UKS
fought 'tooth and nail by the com
HTiTTiTTn ktI P
mission interests as suggested by the
Grower, Is the best kind of proof of
their fear of such methods.
It will be uphill Work at first with
plenty of obstacles thrown In the
'but it is bound to win
and become a powerful body. I can cannot
not cannot get aboard of a movement of this
kind quickly, enough. Count upon
me for the hardest kind of boosting
and all the members I can get In the
J. J. Nolthenius, manager of the
)Model Farm at IMonticello, writes
that the growers in his section are
Very anxious to affiliate' with the
movement. The Jefferson County
Produce Exchange has recently been
organized there and Olr. Nolthenhis
is among the live wires of that body.
A member of that exchange repre represented
sented represented the body at the recent Ocala
And thus it goes. OSvery mail sees
new application for information
from all sections of the state. These
letters for information are not all
from organized bodies, but many
from Indivluals who are seeking an
opportunity to join the movement,
which is destined to be the most
important in the history of Florida
ITS UP TO THE OPERATORS
Mr. Wilson Told Colorado Mine
Operators it is Their Duty
to Accept 3Iediation
Washington, Sept. 24. President
Wilson yesterday told J. F. Welborn,
president of the Colorado Fuel and
Iron Company, that he 'believed It the
duty of the operators in Colorado to
accept the basis for settlement of
the strike proposed by federal me mediators
diators mediators and already accepted by the
miners. 'Mr. Welborn told the pres
ident the operators objected to sev several
eral several points in the plan. It is said
the president will (withdraw the fed
eral troops from the strike zone un
less a satisfactory settlement is
GOOD STUXT PULLED OFF
11 Y A FRENCH GUXXER
London, Sept. 24. The Mail's
correspondent says two trains of
badly needed German reinforcements
were blown up -between Peronne and
St. Quentin through the feat of a
French gunner, who tapped a tele telephone
phone telephone wire connecting two German
stations, placed guns to command the
line and by a quick attack was able
to ambush the trains.
Gerig is agent for Xunnally'a fine
Just Received a Solid Carload of
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The Best, Most Durable, Cheapest
Artificial Builders' Board manufactur manufactur-ed
ed manufactur-ed for interior finishing.
For samples, prices, etc., call or, write
Contractor and Builder.
Distributor of Badger Board for the
State of Florida.
Marlon County Abstract Company
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
consideration and especl&l attention given f small trmcu.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
AT SENSIBLE PRICES
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Pat Your Ad. in the STAR if yon want RESULT
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THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, KEPT. 24, 1914
I1ELLEYI E W
CHAUTAUQUA MUSIC CONTESTS
Wilbur Smith Co.
E. C. SMITH, Mgr.
I Licensed Embamers
Office Thone 10.
Night Phone 04.
All work given our personal
attention and guaranteed fully.
11 V. Oklawaha Avenue.
2 OCALA, FLORIDA.
icivcr & Maenad
UMDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
"D. E. McIVER . 104
C. V. ROBERTS .305
Undertaking Office 47
I have moved my store from
South Main street to the iBurnett
building on East (Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, where I shall be pleased to
meet my old as well as new pat patrons
rons patrons in the future -when they are
in 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, Oil Stoves and Rock Rockers.
ers. Rockers. A. M. BOBBITT,
14 FORT KING AVENUE
"Go North Iy Sea"
Merchants & Miners Trans. Co.
New Steamers. Low Fares., Besi
ervice. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent. Com'l Agt
-Hlty Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street
j. e: frampton
Located in Ocala, Fla,, Fxpert worir
guaranteed. References jiven.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
W. W. Kimball, Co.. Ocala,
For Good Wood
BIG Load for 1.
Your Order will have
.9 Immediate Attention-
J. L. SMOAK
e At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
Has moved his General Merchandise
Stock from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraket to the new
St. Georges Block,
where he is now located in the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia and South Second Street, where
ie will be pleased to see his friends
PIKST CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES
AXD CQUXTRY PRODUCE
Belleview, Sept. 23. .Rev. B. N.
Tanner and wife, accompanied by
Mr. and airs. Wiehtman. arrived
Sunday lor Cleveland, Ohio. And
they have the honor of being the
first of the northern contingent to
arrive for the season.
Mr. O. S. Shade, of Jacksonville,!
made a brief visit to Belleview one
day last week.
Mrs. R. L. Snow and Miss Snow of
Wild wood, are visiting with Mrs. M.
'Master William Fielding left for
Gainesville last Saturday for the pur purpose
pose purpose of attending school.
. (Mr. John Lyles, after visiting with
his folks 'for several weeks, left for
Ocala last Saturday.
Mr. 'Herman Bisbee dropped off
the mail car last Tuesday for the
purpose of making a short visit with
iMr. (Robert Connor, of North Lake
Weir, spent last Thursday evening
in Belleview visiting friends.
Mrs. James IN. Shedd gave a pretty
party last Thursday night in honor
of CVIrs. 'Mattie Jones. Quite a num
ber of people, both young and old,
turned out and spent a very enjoy
Mr. W. tE. 'Merrill will in the future
run "The Oasis' cold drink and ipe
Mr. lAdam Hafner Is now enjoying
the best of health and has made sev
eral trips to Ocala to obtain medical
Mr. lEarl Davenport made a busi
ness trip to Ocala last Saturday.
Owing to the absence of the Tegu
lar correspondent, iMiss Tremere,
who is visiting in Lake county, there
is necessarily a shortage of items.
Cot-ton Plant, Sept 23. IMr. A. W.
Woodward and son, James, were vis visitors
itors visitors to Ocala last Saturday.
(Farmers are gathering peanuts,
saving bay and planting gardens.
IMr. and Mrs. Joe Williams were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wood Wood-wrard
wrard Wood-wrard last Sunday at dinner.
'A class of seven was baptized at
St. Johns church last Sunday, and
afterwrard received as members.
Rev. A. M. Mann preached last
Sunday to a large and attentive con congregation.
gregation. congregation. We were glad to see quite a num number
ber number of people from Heidtville at
church last Sunday.
We are glad that the Cottcn Plant
and Homeland school have teachers
who attend Sunday school, with well
prepared lessons. A good example
for .their pupils.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucus County. ss.
'Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in
the city of Toledo,- county and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will
pay the sum of ONE (HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case
of catarrh that canot be cured by
the use of 'HALL'S CATATtRH
CURE. Frank J. Cheney.
Swrorn to before one 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,
Old Nick and Nickel.
Nickel was first discovered by Cron Cron-stedt
stedt Cron-stedt in 1751. No use was made of it.
as it was found only in small amountsN
For. a great many years the Uero.an
miners called it kupfernicke.or devil's
copper. It was believed by those sim simple
ple simple folk that Old Nick, or the dcIL
made this ore purposely to botifer the
miners, as it looked exactly like cop copper
per copper ore and yet no copper could be ex extracted
tracted extracted from it. Nickel was scarce
until a New York assayer found a
quantity of it in" a shipment of ore
from Canada. He stated its value in
bis report, and the owner of the mine
prospected for more and found large
quantities of it. Nickel is hard, duc ductile
tile ductile ami malleable. It is white In color,
with a yellowish cast, it ranks next
to iron and cobalt in magnetic, proper properties
ties properties and is extensively used for plating
purposes, because It will take a high
polish and will not rust. Nickel added
to steel makes it harder and stronger.
New York World.
PO-DO-LAX BANISHES PIMPLES
Bad blood, pimples, headaches,
biliousness, torpid liver, constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, etc., come from indigestion.
Take Po-Do-Lax, the pleasant and
absolutely sure laxative, and you
won't suffer from a deranged stom stomach
ach stomach or other troubles. It will tone
up the liver and purify the blood.
Use it regularly and you will stay
well, have clear complexion and'
steady nerves. Get a 50c bottle to today.
day. today. Money back if not satisfied. All
City Needs Much Fuel.
More fuel is consumed in the city
of Pittsburgh and its immediate vl vl-cii::':
cii::': vl-cii::': fhnn in ary other city in the
Advertise in the STAR for results.
One of these Interesting and Enter Entertaining
taining Entertaining Affairs will be Held in
Ocala Next Spring
It is well to mention at this time
a feature of the chautauqua which
is to be held in this city next March,
which bids fair to be one of much in interest
terest interest to this community, as well as
the sourrounding counties, namely,
the musical contest.
The contest will be confined to the
piano this year.
Music nas upnrted 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 ifacts, Dr. George
Selden Waldo, director of the Chau Chautauqua
tauqua Chautauqua circuit of Florida, of which
this city is a member, has inaugurat inaugurated
ed inaugurated this musical contest at each of
the chautauquas under his manage management.
ment. management. Each city will conduct its own in individual
dividual individual contest. Judges will be se
lected from among the local welli
known musicians and probably one
from among the celebrated music
ians who will appear on the pro
To the winner of the contest at
each chautauqua Dr. Waldo will pre present
sent present a handsome gold medal 1
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 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
Piece must be memorized.
Piece must be by recognized com composer
poser composer of high grade music.
No "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,
among other things, on the follow following:
Position, memory, expression, and
All would-be contestants should
send their names at once to Mr. J. D.
Rooney" of the local chautauqua com committee,
mittee, committee, and he in turn will Tefer the
the name to the chairman of the
piano contest committee.
In addition to the above contest,
there will be another one in decla 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.
DIZZY? BILIOUS? CONSTIPATED?
Dr. King's New Life Pills will
cure you, cause a healthy flow of bile
and Tid your stomach and bowels of
waste and fermenting body poisons.
They are a tonic to your stomach
and liver and tone the general sys system.
tem. system. First dose will cure you of
that depressed, dizzy, bilious and
constipated condition. 25c. all drug druggists,
gists, druggists, tues-thrus-fri-w
Biggest Rubber Tree of All.
What is believed to be the largest
rubber tree in the world stands in the
Brazilian territory of Acre, on the
frontier of Boliva. Its stem is 27 feet
2 7-10 inches in circumference at the
base. For 120 days every year this
colossus gives 22 pounds of rubber a
day. At present prices this brings in
$2,160 a year, or a fair interest on
about $50,000, to its owners, a family
of seven Seringueircs.
Qur candies are always fresh and
are kept in cool storage cases.
Larpenter 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.
The registration book for district
No. 1, (Ocala), will be open on Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday of each
week from the 1st Monday in August
till the second Saturday In October
1914. In all othr districts two days ir
each week from the 1st Monday in
September till the second Saturday ir.
October This registration doe3 rot
apply to any person who was a regis registered
tered registered voter prior to Jan. 1st. 1914
Those who registered this year for th
first time in Marion county, thougl
they may have voted in the primary
cannot vote in the November electioT
unless they register again prior to tb
second Saturday In October.
7-2?-6 wks dlv D. M. BARCO.
Supervisor Registration Marion r
Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick
requests your presence at her
Annual Fall Opening Exhibition
Beginning Monday, September 8th.
Ocala House Block -Ocala,
' Music of Our Indians.
The music of our Indians is solely
and simply vocal. It seems to be gen generally
erally generally agreed by musical authorities
that the Indians songs have In them,
nothing borrowed from instruments,
nothing of artificial Instigation. An
Indiau melody never served two sets
of words. There Is no Instance, it ap appears,
pears, appears, where the people beve followed
our custom of singing the different
stanzas of a ballad to the same air. A
large proportion of Indian songs are
entirely without words at all', syllable
being employed to carry tbeJncs.
Perhaps the most striking peculiarity
of Indian music Is the lack of definite
pitch, for there Is no such tiling as
standard pitch among the musician
of the red men. The Indian begins
his song where the natural quality of
his voice and his mood at the time
render It easiest for him to sins It.
The pitch of the song depends upon
the Individual. Philadelphia Record.
RHEUMATISM PAIXS STOPPED
The first application of Sloan's
Liniment goes right to the painful
part it penetrates without rubbing
it stops the rheumatic pains
around the joints and gives relief
and comfort. Don't suffer! Get a
bottle today! It is a family medi medicine
cine medicine for all pains, hurts, bruises,
cuts, sore throat and chest pains.
Prevents infection.. Mr. Chas. H.
Wenfworth, California, writes: v "It
did wonders for my rheumatism,
pain is gone as soon as I apply it. I
recommend it to my friends as the
best liniment I ever used." Guar Guaranteed.
anteed. Guaranteed. 25 cents, at your drug druggist.
gist. druggist. tues-thurs-fri-w
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According to Mohammedan tradition,
the peacock opened the vi.ct of. para paradise
dise paradise to admit the prlke of darkness
and received a share ot his punlso punlso-meut.
meut. punlso-meut. The feathers, gorgeous in their
hellish dye. reflect the glamour ot tbe
evil eye; hence the origin, of the su
perstition that peacocks feathers are!
unlucky, though the superstition, is
sometimes said to have its origin in
the fable of Argus, whom Juno set to
watch Io. one of her husband's mis mis-tressfcH.
tressfcH. mis-tressfcH. Argus was beguiled by Mer Mercury
cury Mercury and lulled to sleep by his playing,
thus allowing Io to escape. Juno, to
punish Argus, placed his many eyes
In the tall of ber ieacock. who thence thenceforth
forth thenceforth proudly displayed them. Thus a
peacock's feather becamethe symbol
of watchful and vindictive Jealousy.
The'A; was an old superstition that
peacocks ruffled their feathers at the
If you are ever troubled with
aches, pains or soreness of the mus muscles,
cles, muscles, you will appreciate the good
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This paper was prepared and read j
by iMrs. M. J. Sullivan, of Belleview,
at the district C. T. L. conven
tion, held at Dunnellon, last month,
and by request was read at the meet meeting
ing meeting of the Ocala union on Tuesday:
So obvious and powerful an argu argument
ment argument in fayor of total abstinence
from intoxicating drinks as that fur furnished
nished furnished by their injur' to health, was
not likely to be long overlooked by
the founders of the W. C. T. U..
In olden times drunkenness was
regarded either as the result of
weakness of the head, that is inabil inability
ity inability to stand the liquor; or the effect
of deliberate indulgence therein, and
the man who could carry the most
alcohol without staggering or stam stammering
mering stammering was regarded as a man of
great head power, and among his
companions was treated with distin distinguished
guished distinguished honor. As Robert Burns
ha3 it: 4,Wha last .beside his chair
shall fa; he is the king amang us
To drink deep without drunken-
mm m j X.
ness was an accompiisnment mosi
hightly coveted 'by men in all grades
of society. Old admirers of that dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished Massachusetts statesman,
Daniel Webster, will not fail to re remember
member remember that along with his peerless
fame as "the defender of the consti constitution,"
tution," constitution," there was often coupled this
other distinguished honor (?),
namely, "Old Dan. can carry more
brandy than any other man in Amer
In those days the ruinous effects
of alcohol upon the physical consti constitution
tution constitution were regarded as among the
common ills of mankind, and the
verdict of a coroner s jury of a per
son who suddenly died in a drunken
debauch would be, "Died of the visi
tation of God." Such a view of such
a case implies not only the most ab absolute
solute absolute blindness to the crime of
drunkenness, but a dense ignorance
of the laws of health as affected by
alcoholic drinks. :o less useful was
liquor thought to be "for comfort and
consolation in times of severe mental
distress. "Is any merry," says St.
Paul, "let him sing psalms. If any
But this also, if one might jud
from the common -practice, had been
varied so as to read, "Is any merry
let him drink punch and toddy; is
any afflicted? let him drink brandy
and Hollands. But at length some
of the medical profession in our own
.more than loved America, "Land
of the free and home of the brave"
- standing as she does today for
peace, while our brothers across the
waters are in the midst of a war, the
like of. which the world never knew,
and what for? Echo answers,
cause God alone is just," while
is vile. Well, these noted iM. D's. be
gan to study the effects of alcohol
upon the muscular and nervous sys systems,
tems, systems, and in 1794, Dr. Rush publish published
ed published a volume of medical inquiries in into
to into the effects of ardent spirits upon
the body and nnind, and in that early
day preached the doctrine of total
abstinence as the only safeguard
against intemperance. Then the
war against this theory began be between
tween between the doctors, some declaring al alcohol
cohol alcohol to be a healthy stimulant, aid aid-ed
ed aid-ed digestion and toned up the nerves,
but others abandoned all argument
from the old medical authorities
and commenced to observe for them themselves.
selves. themselves. It was not long before it was
discovered that alcohol taken into
the system was neither digested it itself,
self, itself, nor did it 'help in the digestion
of anything else, but that after flying
about along the nerves, and often
into the brain, it was demonstrated
once for all that alcohol was not a
food and on this ground the tem temperance
perance temperance men intrenched themselves,
and prepared for further advance.
It was in 1S4 2, I believe,'1 in the
midst of the early success of the
Washingtonian movement that Dr.
Thomas Sewell, professor of -pathology
in the College of Columbia, D.
C, published a series of colored dia diagrams
grams diagrams taken from drawings made as
the result of the dissections of the
stomachs of drunkards who had
died in different degrees of alcoholic
diseases. These plates were readily
indorsed by Dr. Warren, of Boston,
Dr. (Mott of New York and Dr. Hor Horner
ner Horner of Philadelphia, and form the
basis of a considerable lecture sys system
tem system on the -hygenic questions con connected
nected connected with the temperance reform.
They did good service in the early
days, and have ever been kept in
ed up the man and found that he
had. fallen over in a fit of intoxica intoxication,
tion, intoxication, and broke his neck. I was bum bum-moned
moned bum-moned as a witness before the coro coroner's
ner's coroner's jury and saw the post mortem
examination performed bv those two
physicians. After removing the top
of the skull for the purpose of exam examining
ining examining the brain, they tested it for al
cohol by holding a lighted match
near it; and immediately the brain
took nre and burned with a blue
flame like an alcohol lamp."
Scientists have solved the great
problem at last that alcohol is not
needed in the continuance and pres preservation
ervation preservation of life. All along the line
since temperance reforms and doc doctors
tors doctors have been making a close study
of the effects of alcohol upon the
human frame, and investigating the
chemistry of strong drink tmany curi curious
ous curious things have been brought out in
the manufacture of "beverages under
fancy names, out of cheap liquors,
and mixture of drugs, some of which
are poisonous and others by the use
of acids, the whole together produc producing
ing producing a mixture scarcely (better than
the witch's foroth" of Shakspere.
Way back in the early days of
scientific investigation Dr. Charles
Jewett said, "Rum is alcohol and
water, brandy Is alcohol and dirty
water." The latter definition will
apply to the two hundred and twenty
or more different drinks concocted
for the human stomach. What for?
Evidnetly to satisy the greed for
power obtained thru the accumula
tion of -wealth. At what a cost: The
destruction of home and happiness.
This same Dr. Jewett, of Connecti
cut, who was so prominent in the
Washingtonian movement, and who
said of himself, "I did not come in at
the iback door of my profession," and
whose medical opinions, therefore,
in us women to attribute the fact to
women founding the society repre-
here today? The women
never say die, and the far-reaching
results of our accomplishments along
the lines of heredity and hygene and
medical temperance, eternity alone
I am sure you are all well posted
on this subject, for the amount of
literature sent out to our unions'to
aid the local superintendents is
amnle. enthusinc and this Is one of
the departments of our organization
that should not be neglected .by the
local unions. Let us e: er keep In
mind to instruct the young as well
as those older that when sick or ex
hausted that alcohol is not needed to
build up the nervous or muscular
system, but is a potent factor in tear-
down the same.
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Eyesight specialist; office and labora laboratory
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of correcting vision wnere others
"I was annoyed for over a year by
attacks of acute indigestion, follow followed
ed followed by constipation," writes (Mrs. M.
J. Gallagher. Geneva, N. 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 had
gotten the right thing for they
helped me at once. Since taking two
bottles of them I can eat heartily
without any bad effects." Sold by all
Colored Hospital and Nurse's Train Train-Iiir
Iiir Train-Iiir School Succeeding
The administration officers of the the-colored
colored the-colored hospital have secured the
service of iMrs. Mercedes Gilbert, of
the Brewster (Hospital, in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. fMrs. Gilbert gave up the po position
sition position of assistant superintendent of
this iwell equipped school and hospi hospital
tal hospital to come to Ocala to take charge
of a class in the colored hospital in
At the regular weekly meeting to today
day today the curriculum will be agreed
upon and a class of colored women
will begin studying for service In the
Two very sick' patients are now be being
ing being cared for at the hospital, two
well known white physicians attend attending.
ing. attending. An effort will -be made to equip an
operating room and install a tele
phone this week. This seems to "be-
the greatest need of the hospital at
iMrs. Gilbert is encouraged with
conditions as they appear, and ex expresses
presses expresses herself freely in .the -hope of.
making this one of the greatest in institutions
stitutions institutions of its kind for colored peo people
ple people in the South. She has had broad
experience in hospital work. She
comes well recommended by the the-Brewster
Brewster the-Brewster hospital, from which she Is.
a regular graduate; also from many;
prominent. physicians; white and colored.
OPEN Dai' AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any iour. Adv.
on questions connected with the use
of intoxicaritng liquors, are entitled
to respectful attention. In a volume
of his speeches, poems and miscel miscellaneous
laneous miscellaneous articles, the latter chiefly for
the temperance journals, he says at
the conclusion of his preface, "I will
sav to the public concerning this
book, as I have often said of a dose
of medicine to a sick friend, 'If you
can only manage to swallow It, I "be "believe
lieve "believe it will do you good.' 'f
He settles one fact in his research
and it is this, "that the law of arti artificial
ficial artificial appetites is the law of increase.
The demand is for more, more.'' It
is the law which, when a man has
heedlessly formed an appetite for In Intoxicating
toxicating Intoxicating stimulants, drags him
down thru a' course of indescribable
sufferings, to a grave of Infamy. As
I have gono back to the Washington Washingtonian
ian Washingtonian movement and introduced a
strong champion of temperance at
that time, it might .be well to men mention
tion mention the year and place of its birth
to refreshen your minds. Its origin
was in a tippling (house in the city of
Baltimore, in the year 1840, with a
company of hard drinkers who had
formed themselves into a club, and
who used to meet for drinking bouts
at Chase's tvern. One night Rev.
'Mathew 'Hale Smith lectured on tem
perance in a church and two of these
clubmen went, and were waked up
returned to their room where a hot
discussion followed, and the result
caused a temeprance organization,
which did good work in Its day, called
"Washington Total Abstinence So Society."
ciety." Society." Pardon my going -back to the early
days of temperance reform. Perhaps
by this time you have concluded that
I am in my dotage an old 'fossil,
and should be laid on the shelf. Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps I should. I have often felt that
way myself, and 'have sometimes
thought myself justified in retiring
fro inactive work, but as yet when
asked to aid in any way, I don't dare
to flatly refuse, for I do not want the
stigma of being called a deserter.
'My object in turning your thoughts
backward in this article is, that as
we contemplate the mighty strides
forward In this 20th century along
the lines of my subject by the W. C.
T. U., some younger members might
forget that other temperance organi organizations
zations organizations have existed and have done
good work along this line of investi investigation.
gation. investigation. They were good agitators
and did good foundation work, but,
ladies, are any of these organizations
in existence now except the Good
Templars? Will it seem egotistical
.Fourteen pounds of sugar for $1,
with cash purchases of other grocer groceries
ies groceries to the amount of $1, Saturday
and JMonday only. Smith Grocery
active use. I give here the verbatim
statement of George McCandish. sec secretary
retary secretary at one time of the Jackson,
Michigan, Reform Club: "During
my drinking days, I was going home
one' night oadly set up, and when I
came to the high bridge between Oil
City, Pa., and West Oil City, I look-
A set of pure aluminum ware -given
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leable Malleable range that you buy during the
demonstration given by the IMarion
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Be sure and see the South Bend
IMalleable Range on demonstration
OCALA FRATERIIAL ORDERS
3HRION-DUNN HSONIC LODGE
(Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, f &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. (M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
They Had Their Origin In Den Frank Franklin's
lin's Franklin's Double Glasses.
Everybody who uses bifocal glasses
probably wonders where the idea orig originally
inally originally came from. Bifocal glasses are
the kind that iossess two separate
lenses cemented together so that by
looking in the upper part one can see
at a great distance and by 'looking
through the lower half one can read.
Most authorities are inclined to give
Benjamin Franklin credit for the In Indention.
dention. Indention. He was. so the story goes, an
inveterate reader and could not use bis
reading glasses when looking any dis distance
tance distance away.
Finally the notion came to him that
be could combine his glasses, and he
thereupon bad the lenses cut In half
and one-half of each lens placed in the
rim of each spectacle rim. The result
was that a single pair of glasses was was-sufficleut,
sufficleut, was-sufficleut, though present day ocuiista
state that the sharply drawn line must
have affected his eyes.
From this Idea the oculists gradually
deve!oied. u glass in which the lower lower-part
part lower-part was arranged for reading and the.
upper part for long distance vision.,
wnlle the annoying 'marking line" wag
eliminated. Washington Star.
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S..
meets at Yonge's iiall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
.Mrs. Flora Brown, W. 31.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
Board and Rooms.
203 NORTH yiAlX ST.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday-at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis
iting brothers. Wm. Gober, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort Kine Camn No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postofflce, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699. L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at &:30 p. "a.
Visiting brethern always welcome ;o
the lodge and club house on -Magnolia
street, near postofficc.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator..
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
' Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
' CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. 31., on the
fourth Friday in ever month a:
7:30 p.' m. C. E. Connor, -H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
Mount Rainier' Shadows.
There are oaie woudeiful shadow
effects produced by and upon the gi gigantic
gantic gigantic snowy tne of Mount Rainier.
It sometimes happen that the sky as
seen from the city of Tacoma Just be before
fore before sunrise is covered with a dome
of cloud 15.000 feet or more In height,
while behind the peak, toward the east,
the sky Is clear. In ueh circumstance
the rising sun cast the shadow of tho
great mountain tiion the cloud curtain
overhead In the form of a vast blna
triangle, the point of which rests upon;
the apex of the peak. At other times
the shadow of the earth can be seem
creeping up the cone in a distinct
curve, wblle the flash of sunset stains
the snow above the line of shadow to. to.-a
a to.-a deep pink.
The British Crown.
The present crown of the English,
king was originally made for Queen.
Victoria at' her coronation In 1S3S. The
principal Jewels were taken from older
crowns. The most noted stone is the
great ruby which was given to tha
Black Prince by Peter the Cruel after after-the
the after-the battle of Navarette In 13G7. It wa -also
worn by Henry V. in the crown ...
encircling his helmet at the battle of
Aglncourt In 1415. Philadelphia Press. ...
Cause For Suspicion.
A mother who frequently went out
to spend the day with her friends had
jeen accompanied always by her seven-year-old
son. One evening on re turn turning
ing turning home very mach bored with the
day's experiences, he said to her:
"Mother, if you don't stop taking ma
around with you sd much people wilL
think yon have married a dwarf."
His Part In the Drama.
Two women who claimed the same
man as a husband were airing their
troubles in court.
Vbos the skinny fellow over
there?' asked a visitor.
"He's the bone of contention
chuckled the court attendant.
They Rarely Are Idle.
1 guess it Is nothing more than an
"Idle? I guess not. It is the busiest
old rumor that ever happened. -Brooklyn
Pa's Little Joke.
Ostend Pa. why did yon give mc
that little ring with a watch In It? Pi-
I wanted time to hang lightly on her
hands, my son. Exchange.
Do thine own task and be therewltl
cents per pound.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THUJLSDAY, SEPT. 24, 1014
Result of Yesterday's Games in tlie
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For prompt prescription service,
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IMr. E. C. Jordan and lMr. Wilbur
Smith went to Tampa today, going
down in Mr. Jordan's car. They ex expect
pect expect to return (tomorrow ot next day.
Let us serve yon with fresh bread,
pies and cakes every day. Layer and
other fancy cakes made to order.
Carter's (Bakery. 9-24-tf
Judge Williams, secretary of the
fair association, informs the Star
that the irrigating plant at the fair
grounds has tbeen installed and is in
Go to KBEGEiR'S for the best ICE
CREAM in Ocala. 9-24-tf
IMr. S. J. IMeCully of Berlin, who
was in town today, gives the Star the
cheerful news that the tMarion county
corn crop will ibe better than was ex expected.
The county judge has issued tmar tmar-rlage
rlage tmar-rlage licenses to Mr. J. H. Adams
and Mrs. iFannie Dickson, to CVIr.
David N. Dorr and iMiss Oasie!M.
Fourteen pounds of sugar for $1,
with cash purchases of other grocer groceries
ies groceries to the amount of $1, Saturday
and (Monday only. Smith Grocery
Company. adv. 3t
;Mr. ;W. J. Frink returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from a several days' stay in
Jacksonville, where 'he has 'been on
Mr. .S. 0,1 Stanley returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from Valdosta, Ga., where be
went to look after bis farm, which he
lias been operating on shares. Mr.
Stanley says the Valdosta section 4s
i n good sh ape cr o ps are g ood and
there bas been ready sale for most of
their cotton, which is long staple.
His corn crop "has just foeen harvest harvested,
ed, harvested, and the men tbegan today on
cutting bay. Mr. Stanley also has a
lot of valuable property in Valdosta.
William Preece of Ocala, district
superintendent of the Metropolitan
Life Insurance Company, is in the
city for a couple of days' stay.
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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 GO
Sept. 2.... 90 69
Sept. 3. 89 70
Sept. 4 79 70
Sept. 5. 89 70
Sjept. 6 90 69
Sept. 7. 87 70
Sept. 8 . .87 68
Sept. 8. . 92 67
Sept. 10 89 69
Sept. 11 . .87 60
Sept. 12 . 89 63
Sept. 13 88 68
Sept. 14 89 64
Sept. 15. 80 67
Sept. 16 79 68
Sept. 17 78 67
Sept. 18, .82 69
Sept. 19 ... .,. . 84 70
Sept. 20 !. ..84 72
Sept. 21. 84 68
Sept. 22. . ... .86 68
Sept. 23 .86 68
Forecast for this Evening and
"Showers tonight and probably Fri Friday;
day; Friday; cooler nortbwest portion to tonight
night tonight and in northeast and central
FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED
Any one in Ocala with a well lo located
cated located (residence of seven or eight
rooms, with bath on (both floors (or
willing to have one iput dn) who will
rent the 'house for one year, furnish furnished,
ed, furnished, should communicate .with the
Star-Office or (F.YTmoTlPnrHt
IMr. P. flytkandall and sons are in
the city todajrom Connor. (Mr.
Randall says hisf orange grove is a
thing of ibeauty ; and loaded with
It Is totberfearedt,he,re will be no
ball game this afternoon, as it began
raining at 3 p. m. If there is a
game, the Ocala line-up will -be as
follows: Davis c; Clark p; Chazal
lb; Galloway 2b; Wilder ss; Dewey
3b; Harris If; Thompson. cf; Batts rf.
Prompt PRESCRIPTION service is
our specialty. Send them in or call
phone 284i Court Pharmacy. 9-23-6t
iMr. W. ;B. Gallagher bas returned
from a business and pleasure trip to
Tampa and other points dn the
southern part of the state.
The kindergarten and primary
school, conducted by Misses Rowley
and Gates the past two years, will
reopen Monday, September 28 th,
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. 9-8-tf
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
Palatka Item: IMr. F. J. 'H. Voq
Engelken is back borne after a very
strenuous stay of two 'mouths in
Munich on account of the war. He
rendered much assistance to the Am American
erican American consul in helping frightened
refugees in getting out of the danger
zone. The potato season is near and
there is more 'money in .that than in
FRENCH GUNS WILL
BATTER AUSTRIAN FORTS
Bordeaux, Sept. 24. The minister
of marine announces that a French
fleet has landed heavy guns and a
detachment -of gunners at Antivari,
Montenegro. The guns will :be mount mounted
ed mounted on Mount Lovchen, whence they
will open an energetic bombardment
on the forts and harbor of '.Cattaro
in Dalmatia. The forts at the mouth
of Cattaro harbor twere destroyed
some days ago iby a bombardment
carried out under the direction of
Admiral de la Peyrere.
CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC, CHOL CHOLERA
ERA CHOLERA AND HLVRRHOEA 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
a:! vice given," writes J. H. Hough Hough-Lind,
Lind, Hough-Lind, Eldon, Iowa. No person wheth wheth-;
; wheth-; er traveling or at home should be
I without this great remedy. For sale
by all dealers. Adv
Chicago 4; Philadelphia 9.
Cincinnati 2; Boston 3.
Cincinnati 3; Boston 0.
St. Louis 2; New York 1.
St. Louis 9; New York 0.
Pittsburg 1; Brooklyn 5.
Pittsburg 2; Brooklyn 5.
New York 2; St. Louis 1. 4 innings.
IT TO DISCONTINUE
Siasconsett AVon't Shut Up, so It will
be Shut Down
Washington, Sept. 24. Secretary
of the Navy Daniels has ordered the
wireless station at Siasconsett, "Mass.,
closed down at noon tomorrow, be because
cause because of its refusal to. submit to gov government
ernment government censorship.
OUT FOR AN AIRING
German Zeppelins Inspecting Affairs
Copenhagen, Sept. 24. German
Zeppelins, evidently scouting, were
sighted above Jutland today.
HE WILL DO HIS
TALKING AT HOME
Washington, Sept. 24. The Turk Turkish
ish Turkish ambassador (has notified the pres president
ident president that he will leave the United
States 'within a fortnight, not having
altered his views recently expressed
in an interview.
BAD FIRE AT BUSH NELL
Busbnell, Sept. 24. Fire desroyed
the building and stock of C B. Har Harrison
rison Harrison & Co., (here (Monday night. The
origin of the fire is unknown.
There was 'but little saved.
The loss is estimated at $17,000,
of which $10,000 was covered by in insurance.
surance. insurance. LAKE WEIR W. C. T. U.
The Lake 'Weir union 'met 'Sept.
10. After a song, the 24tb Psalm
was read and all joined in repeating
the Lord's Prayer.
Eight (members responded to roll
(Minutes of the last meeting were
read and accepted.
A card .was read from iMrs. North Northrop
rop Northrop ,and the sceretary was instructed
to answer same.
A bill of $1.40 was presented 'by
(Mrs. Buckley (for postage and the
treasurer paid it.
Committees for temperance Sun Sunday
day Sunday were appointed and are as fol follows:
lows: follows: IMusic, 'Minnie Albertson, 'Mrs.
Cameron and IMiss 'Hariett Simpson;
program, Mrs. Rast 'Mrs. 'Murray and
Miss iMargaret Snook.
'Mrs. Snook bad charge of the
meeting after (the reading of the 3 0th
chapter of Proverbs, the jnem'bers
present reading suitable articles.
A rescue department was proposed
by CMrs. Sigmon.
(Minnie D. Albertson, Press Supt.
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rsnt and Similar Local Needs
LOST An onyx and gold bracelet,
set with pearls. Suitable reward
for Its return to Star office. 9-21-tf
(LOST Saturday night, bunting case
tgold watch, New York Standard.
Initials inside foack case, "iM. S."
'Return to Star and receive re reward.
ward. reward. 9-21-Gt
PEKIN DUCKS FOR SALE Thirty Thirty-.
. Thirty-. four fat, young mammoth Pekin
ducks, for eating or breeding pur purposes.
poses. purposes. Apply at 203 'East -Eighth
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
BOARDERS WANTED Rooms with
board or table board without rooms
Apply to Mrs. F. R. Kaiser, E. 2nd
FOR RENT A nicely furnished
room with or without board; one
of the teachers preferred. 212
Orange avenue. 0-22-6t
BAKER Young German wants po position
sition position as second 'hand on bread;
sober and industrious. Pay my
own carfare. Address, William
Kahl, Jacksonville, Fla., general
WANTED To buy fresh milch cow
in good condition, to give six
quarts or more per day. Give age,
tbreed and price. August Roden,
Sutherland, Fla. 9-24-2t
& """" IB Ob two;oart 7- , . -f
One fix and I II Aluminum V-
AT cte-hall qsart I M Fn44icf Paa.
(I V Tea Kettle. I I 7
g Price 3.50. ... '
f ff (QrS I " -J One two-qoirt
-."-" I J V Alomiauni
' J Oae foar-Qnart Alamiaum ft 1
" s.y--y ', Ptesemos Ketile. i -1 One !wr-f!nt
rnce$1.25. I 1 "p Q ;
'LsJ llir-4--:..'. -t Oae elht-qnart I rj':' II I
l '. ; ----- Alaminnm I - I h If
1 Kettle. I cdJ
j: I Price S1.7& r53(l
I V J
To Get this Set of High Grade Pure AM
Cooltlng Ware Free!
Tlie Only Range made with
Almninum-Fused Jlust-Proof Flues.
THE GREAT WHITE I'lAGUE
The great white plague- tubercu tuberculosis
losis tuberculosis is more, to .be feared than the
black plague ,the name given in his history
tory history to bubonic plague, for "pulmon "pulmonary
ary "pulmonary consumption" is always with us.
Its approach and development are
slower and if possible, more insidi insidious
ous insidious and stealthy, while bubonic
plague imay be guarded against by
well understood methods.
Tuberculosis and here is meant
the disease as it affects the lungs
'frequently gets a firm hold upon its
victim bc-fore its presence is even
suspected. Its greatest foe is fresh
air, and 'unlimited supply of it. It
is more efficient than medicines, for
no drug can stop tu'berculosis.
The disease i3 not communicable
in open air, and -this fact is recog recognized
nized recognized in the modern treatment. Vast
sums are spent every year in the
erection and maintenance of bos bos-pitals.
pitals. bos-pitals. Pennsylvania spends annual annually
ly annually a million dollars for that purpose,
to provide splendid buildings equip equipped
ped equipped and imanaged by experts; but
these sanatoriams become a lit little
tle little more than hotels for the well-to-do
or boarding houses for the poorer
classes. (Massachusetts, the first of
the states to build such institutions
by legislative appropriations, aban abandoning
doning abandoning the plan and others will sure surely
ly surely follow the policy, because it does
not recognize the full value of an un unrestricted
restricted unrestricted circulation of fresh air,
such as is impossible within walls
and roofs of brick and stone and tile,
no matter how thoroughly ventilat ventilated.
ed. ventilated. The open-air sanatorium, which
affords protection only from the sun
and, rain and storm, which welcomes
every breeze that blows, which
bring in unadulterated sweet odors!
of nature from the forei
nearest ideal condition that science j
has recognized for the treatment ofj
the disease j
The enclosed sanatorium plan is
almost prohibitive by state appropri appropriation
ation appropriation on account of its cost. In Flor
THIS WEEK ONLY!
Surely you will miss the opportunity to (buy the best range
made and ibe presented with a $12.00 set of 'High Grade Pure
Aluminum Cooking Ware! This is the greatest range bargain
rwe have ever been able to offer our customers.
s There Is no other range sold as good as the South Rend Mal Malleable.
leable. Malleable. It 'has patented AluTnJnum-CPused, Rust-Proof Flues,
so many other points of '.advantage oyer other ranges v.:e have
not room to mention them, but the expert demonstrator, who
.will be at our store all the week, nvill show them all, and you
iwill agree with us there Jsno other range like It in the world.
(Remember, your chance to. gethe set of Aluminum Cooking
Ware 'with the range ends this week. Don't miss it. Come at
once. There -will be useful souvenirs given away. Remember
the date and place.
ida it is entirely impossible, as .well
as inefficient, because both sexes and
both races have to be provided for in
separate institutions. .Even the open
air sanatorium idea is objectionable,
only in less degree, for-the same rea reason.
The plan favored .by Florida's
"board of health Is 'based largely on
the education of the people to the
facts 'about the disease, Its serious seriousness,
ness, seriousness, its ways of. spreading and the
responsibility of the Individual. For
the treatment of tuberculosis. Is not
a imatter 'for the (physician alone; It
13 largely a sociological problem) for
whose solution popular sentiment
and public opinion must contribute
their full co-operation.
The board urges the open-air
treatment,, because It is available to
all and Its cost Is within the'reach of
the poorest. The patient should be
separated In bis sleeping and living
from the rest of the family. A can canvas
vas canvas tent, properly floored and fur furnished
nished furnished and placed In tho yard sur surrounding
rounding surrounding the home, "is almost ideal
for the purpose. Nourishing food
prepared In the family kitchen Is
availat-Ie; the companionship of the
famil i? possible and borne interests
and doing afford the all important
mental occupation and diversion.
The future development of the
idea includes also the extension of
the district, nursing supervision, 'by
which the entire state Is divided into
sections .each under the direct care
of a competent nurse, who hus an ac acquaintance
quaintance acquaintance with every tubercular pa patient
tient patient and .whojby frequent visits is
enabled to advise and direct and
The plan is practical because it is
within the reach of all, .because It
segregates the individual patient
from other patients, and because it
keeps 'him under the influence of ac accustomed
customed accustomed surroundings and friends,
whereas the removal from such envi environments
ronments environments necessarilj must have an
Influence imore or less mentally de depressing.
pressing. depressing. And thus It has many ad advantages
vantages advantages even over the general open-
air sanatorium, where are gathered
many other victims' of the dread dis disease,'
ease,' disease,' whose, conversations are usual usually
ly usually a. continuous comparison of smyp smyp-toms
toms smyp-toms of the depressing conditions
that have gathered them in one place
for gone purpose to fight off death
as long. as may be possible.
'"Betwicn Devil and Deep Sea."
A The phrase "Between the devil and
the deep sea" has probably no refer reference
ence reference to the ancient fighting between
the PIcts and the Britons, though un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly it has long been in use In
Scotland. Its origin would appear to
be lost In obscurity, though possibly
It may have some reference to the
New Testament story of the swine of
Hard Luck In His Old Age.
From royal magician to old-age pen pensioner,
sioner, pensioner, compelled by, poverty to pawn
his clothes this In a sentence sums
up the career of Mr. John W. Holden,
who is now residing at Goldsmith's
row, Hackney, recovering frcm a se serious
rious serious illness, says the London Mall.
This tall, thin, courtly old gentleman
was at one time almost at the head of
his profession, and gave "Command"
performances once before Quen Vic Victoria
toria Victoria and twice before King Edward
and Queen Alexandra, when they were
prince and. princess of Walc3. "Tho
trick that King Edward liked bast,"
said the old magician to a newspaper
representative recently, "was that of
the sword through the body. His maj majesty,
esty, majesty, after my Sandringham perform performance,
ance, performance, smoked a cigar with me, and
chatted-over this and other tric."
Things of Real Worth.
When a man begins looking at the
clock, when the main thing Is to get
the largest possible output in tho
shortest possible time. Industrial art
takes flight. It returns only when
further developments in culture make
it impossible for the race to remain
satisfied with machine-made surround surroundings;
ings; surroundings; when the clock 13 once more
turned to face the wall, tnd man once
mere sets himself an ideal of beauty
and worth, rather than of Epeed.