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Berlin, Sept. 26, (via Amsterdam).
An official announcement today
says the western end of the German
-forces In 'France have taken the of offensive
fensive offensive against the allies and driven
them back twelve -miles. The Ger Germans
mans Germans ascended the (Meuse heights
after 'hard lighting southeast of
Verdun and are now advancing
steadily despite the desperate resist resistance
ance resistance of the allies.
Paris, Sept. 25, 12 m. .The at attacks
tacks attacks of the German (forces on the
east and 'west wings of the allies
have been repulsed and the great
(battles continue today without either
side scoring a decisive advantage.
This, the fourteenth day of the great
battle, found both armies engaged in
desperate fighting on th right and
left flanks. In the eenteVboth sides
remained .behind defensive works,
while the monster .guns -fought a
long range duel.
ATTACK AX1 COUNTER ATTACK
Paris, 'Sept. 25, 2 p. -on. Furious
fighting is in progress in the vicinity
of Cam bra i, St. Quentin and Mesle,
at the northwest end of the battle
'line. On the eastern extremity there
is a fierce struggle in progress In the
(Meuse valley and along the 'Ruptde 'Ruptde-mad
mad 'Ruptde-mad valley. Bayonet charges are -being
met with counter, charges.
MANY WOUNDED MEN
Spirited artillery firing along the
Oise river continued all night and to today.
day. today. A great numher of wounded
are being brought to Paris from the
KLUK FIGHTING FOK HIS COM COM-MUNICATIONS
MUNICATIONS COM-MUNICATIONS The (Germans have planted innum innumerable
erable innumerable machine guns at every favora favorable
ble favorable point around St. Quentin and
Cambrai, where General Von Kluk
is desperately defending the German
line of communication.
BRINGING UP MORE imiTONS
Several thousand British troops
landed yesterday and are being rush rushed
ed rushed by special trains to the front.
BEAT THE GERMANS BACK
Paris, Sept. 26, 3 p. m. It is of officially
ficially officially announced that the French
have made some progress on the left
.wing. sHeavy fighting is going on
betweeen the Somme and the Oise
and Soissons on; the Aisne. It is ad ad-initted
initted ad-initted the Germans crossed the O.Ieu O.Ieu-se
se O.Ieu-se near St'Micheil; but later were
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AND NEITHER 'SEEMS
CZARS GENERAL STAFF CLAIMS
STEADY SUCCESS IX THE
Petrograd, Sept. 26. The Rus Russians
sians Russians occupied Chyrow without oppo oppo-sition,
sition, oppo-sition, which gives them control over
all the railroads of eastern and cen central
tral central Galicia. Dynow on the San river,
was also taken after severe fighting.
The Austrians withdrew to the "Vis "Vis-loka
loka "Vis-loka river. The Russians are mov moving
ing moving on Tarnow. The bombardment of
HP ORTAIIT MOVE
G ERMA X Y R USH I XG TROOPS
IMasetricht, Sept. 2 6. For three
days German military trains have
been passing back and forth 'between
Aix Le Chappelle an'd the French
frontier. The trains were filled with
troops going in both directions, in indicating
dicating indicating that the Germans are shift shift-ing
ing shift-ing positions.
BATTLING AMONG THE
MOUNTAINS OF BOSNIA
Servians and Austrians Alike
Xish, Sept. 26. Battles have been
raging for two 'weeks 'between Serv Servians
ians Servians and Austrians in the; mountain
passes southwest of Krupani. Both
sides are suffering enormous losses.
TOOK A CHINESE TOWN
Soldiers of Nippon Seem to be Care Careless
less Careless Where They Step
'Pekin, Sept. 26. Japanese troops
have seized -the Chinese town of Wei
Hsien, in Shan Tung province. The
Chinese government today protested
to the Japanese legation." The town
is twenty (miles west of German ter territory.
ritory. territory. The Chinese troops made no
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El Paso, Sept. 26. Fighting be between
tween between the Carranza and Villa forces
was resumed at dawn today in the
vicinity of Santa Cruz, in the state of
Sonora. The battle begun yesterday
at Santa Barbara. Carranza's' troops
were driven eastward to Santa Cruz.
About 100 were killed in yesterday's
fighting. There is an unconfirmed
report that Villa's troops engaged the
Carranzaists south of Torreon.
CARRANZA IS CAUTIOUS
Mexico City, Sept. 2C. President
Carranza today admitted that the
(Mexican situation is grave, 'but de declared
clared declared he was ready 'for any emerg emergency
ency emergency growing out of Villa's Tevolt.
Carranza is preparing to concentrate
troops at Aguas Calientes to oppose
any advance on the capital.
PEOPLE W A H T PEACE
Socialists of America will Meet in
America in an Extraordinary
Chicago, Sept. 26. Th9 national
executive committee of the American
socialist party has issued a. call for
an extraordinary session of the In International
ternational International Socialist Congress, to be
held in Washington, for the purpose
of .discussing ways and means of end ending
ing ending the present European war, and
insuring permanent peace.'
The invitation has been telegraph telegraphed
ed telegraphed to the official representatives of
the socialist parties of the warring
and neutral countries, to the promi prominent
nent prominent socialists' of thee countries and
to all the European socialist publica publications,
tions, publications, including the eighty socialist
dailies In Germany.
The editor of the American Social Socialist,
ist, Socialist, official organ of the party, points
to' the food riots in Vienna and Ber Berlin
lin Berlin and the seizure of Odessa by Rus Russian
sian Russian revolutionists as evidence that
the people of the warring nations
desire peace," and believes that, con concerted
certed concerted action on the part of the so socialist
cialist socialist parties of the various warring
and neutral nations will speedily
end the war.
Victor L. Berger, former socialist
from Milwaukee, in
on the proclamation
claimed that the socialist-radical
combination which controls the Ital Ital-ian
ian Ital-ian chamber of deputies has been the
means, so far, of maintaining Italian
neutrality, in spite of newspaper re reports
ports reports that the people were demand demanding
ing demanding war. He claims that these re reports,
ports, reports, which are okayed by the mili military
tary military censors, are inspired by the
government, in an attempt to pro produce
duce produce sufficient' war sentiment among
the people to over-ride the chamber
of deputies, and declare war against
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I M PORTA NT M E AS URE
Trade Commission Bill is Now a
Washington, Sept. 26. The presi-
dent today signed tty? trade commis-'
1 '' ' urn, 1 I rW 1 -- 1:..
FLEW THRU THE DARKNESS
LMilan, Sept. 26. A French hydro hydroplane
plane hydroplane from a warship in the'Adriatic
flew over the Austrian forts at Cat Cat-taro
taro Cat-taro dropping several bombs and es escaped
caped escaped into the darkness.
SHUT UP THE
Next Time the Federal Government
Speaks, Marconi Coiupahy will
j Take Notice
Washington, Sept. 26.-77 order
of President Wilson as conimander-in-chief
of the army and navy, the
wireless station of the Marconi com company
pany company at Siasconsett, -Mass., was clos closed
ed closed yesterday because it declined to
recognize the right of the federal
government to exercise a consorship
over the plant. The navy depart department
ment department paid no attention to the com company's
pany's company's notice that it intended to file
RIVAL CHIEFS LINE
UP THEIR REGIMENTS
More tlian Seventy .Thousand Men
Preiare to Renew Trouble
El Paso, Tex:, Sept. 26. If Cen.
Villa's revolt. against the 'Carranza
government results in armed revolu revolution
tion revolution the 'firs,t battle probably will oc occur
cur occur .at the old battle grounds of
either Torreon or Zacatcas.
CRUISERS AND BATTLESHIPS
IN THE' KATTEGAT
British May Bo Trying to Send a
Fleet Into the Baltic
London, Sept. 26. A dispatch to
the Standard from Copenhagen stat states
es states that a fishing flee: which has ar arrived
rived arrived at Falkenberg, Sweden in the
Kattegat, an arm of the Xorth Sea,
which -has Sweden on the east and
Jutland on the west.
The nationality of the warships
has net been divulged. They were
steaming in a southerly direction to toward
ward toward the only entrance for large
vessels to the Baltic from the North
The news has caused great excite excitement
ment excitement here. The sound is extensively
mined and foreign war vessels run a
great risk in steaming in them with without
out without a pilot.-
NET 1 1 ERLA NDS PUNISHED
FOR REMAINING NEUTRAL
eastern front of Holland is declared
in a state of siece.
FRANZ JOSEPH'S FIGHTING
London, Sept. 26 A Central News
dispatch from .Rome says that the
Austrian seaport of Llssa in Dalma Dalma-tla
tla Dalma-tla has been bombar'ded by a French
fleet. lLater troops were landed from
the warship and went into the gar garrison.
rison. garrison. The British and French flags
were then hoisted to provoke the
Austrian fleet to come out and en engage
gage engage the allied fleet in battle.
Three tAustrlan squadrons, the
correspondent adds, are sheltered in
a canal at Fassana, opposite the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian naval station at Pola.
III THE AIR
BRITON BROUGHT DOWN A 'GER 'GERMAN
MAN 'GERMAN OVER BELGIUM
(London, Sept. 26. In an air bat battle
tle battle between a -German and an English'
aviator, the derman- was killed, near
Hal, Belgium, today.
FIERCE MACHINE GUN FIRE
One Weapon the Germans Know
How to Handle Only Too
At the Battle front, Sept. 26.
The Cerman offensive wiis extremely
vigorous yesterday at the western
end of the. line stretching along the
rivers Oise, Alsne and Wovere.
At one place victims of the deadlyj
German machine guns were counted
in hundreds, especially where the
advance was across an cpen wheat
field that recently had been har harvested.
vested. harvested. Some men of the French regiment,
which was maikng a dash toward the!
German position when it was struck!
by the sweeping fire, were found j
dead in the kneeling posture they
had taken behind the sheaves of
wheat' and from where they bad
emptied their magazines, intending
to start a final rush and bayonet
After the fight 900 dead svere bur-i
led in a single trench six feet deep.J
Germans being placed at one end!
and -French at the other.
MAYOR OF AI-XBAMA TOWN
SUICIDED IN MACON
.Macon, Sept. 26. W. A. Moses,
mayor of Girard, Ala., committed
suicide by shooting himself in a local!
hotel this morning.
DIRECT FROM' THE MILLS TO YOU
SAVE THE MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT.
Compare Material and Workmanship with others
that cosT: you $25 TO
DARED THE AUSTRIA
HUDDLED III THE CAIIAL
FORTS POUNDED TO PIECES" BY
Petrograd, Sept.- 26. It Is report reported
ed reported that the Russians have captured
the outer fortifications of Przemysl,
the Austrian stronghold which has
'been under hombardment for six
OF THE CONFLICT-
Austrian Capital Must Support TIiou-;
ands of Destitute and Un Un-employed
employed Un-employed 'Venice, Sept. 26. !A graphic pic picture
ture picture of conditions in "Vienna, is re revealed
vealed revealed in an official statement by the1
mayor of Vienna that? his city is sup supporting
porting supporting the families of 82,000 .re .reservists
servists .reservists at a daily. cost of $50,000,;
and in addition 1s endeavcrng to pro provide
vide provide for 100,000 unemployed and and-another
another and-another 100,000 fugitives from Gali Galicia
cia Galicia and the crown land3 of Bukowi Bukowi-na.
na. Bukowi-na. The city already has expended
$1,000,000 for fugitives.
According to the mayors state-
ment 40,000 unemployed have "been
put on the. public -works, but 60,000
ON THEIR WAY
ACROSS THE ATLANTIC
Canadians Go to Help Soldiers of the
Toronto, Ont., Sept. 26. iMost of
Canada's contingent for service In
Europe is on its -way to the front In
transports heavily armed and guard guarded
ed guarded hy British men of war in sufficient
force to prevent any attack by Ger German
man German cruisers.
TOOK A GERMAN TOWN
Capture by Frenchmen of Cocobaacli
, on African Coast
Paris, Sept. 26. A French gun gunboat
boat gunboat has captured Cocobaach an Ger German
man German town, in South Africa.
When you need stationery, go to
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General Election November 3, 1014
For United States Senator:
: DUNCAN U. FLETCHER.
wot congressman, -nu uistrici:
For Commissioner of Agriculture:
W. A. iMcRAE.
For Justice of Supreme Court:
T. W. SHACKLE FORD.
W. CM. ELLIS.
For State Senator, 20th District:
W. J. CROSBY.
W. T. .HENDERSON.
For Tax Assessor:
For Tax Collector:
3V. L. COLBERT.
For County Treasurer:
JOHN QI. GRAHAM.
For County Commissioners:
W. i). CAIL.
J. T. MUTCHINS.
.V ALTER LUFF MAN.
A'. FORT. ,
k" TL" PYLES.
For Members School Board:
G. S. SCOTT.
B. R. BLITCH.
J. S. GRANTHAM.
ters. The dispatch says that the
Kattegat i3 heavily mined, but as it,
the Skaager Rack and the strait be
tween Denmark and Sweden, are all
neutral .waters, this must be a mis
take. In fact, the Germans have .been
advertising that all their Baltic
ports are open to neutral commerce.
Certain it is, if the British go into
the (Baltic, there will be a sea-fight
that will make Trafalgar look like a
Prussia, Poland, Galicia. Belgium
and Northern France feel much low
er temieratures in winter than is
possible in Virginia and Tennessee,
jut it isn't likely that winter will
altogether stop the fighting. Incle
ment weather y iong the uattle line in
France has brojght home to the Brit
ish people the terrible ordeal their
men are undergoing and thousands
are answering appeals tor blankets
and overcoats. The plea has gone
out for football players and other
athletes to contribute old sweaters
and other warm clothing 'for the
troops. During the civil war, the
southern people sent everything they
could spare, and many things theyi
couldn't spare, to their troops in the
field. During the second swinter,
nearly all the carpets in the South
went to the front to furnish blankets
for the soldiers, and this was only
one of a thousand sacrifices.
is at all times maintained by
THE MUNROE AND CHAMBLISS NATIONAL BANK
assuring a banking connection that is eminently satisfactory.
Accounts subject to check, large or small, are cordially invited.
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CLARK' ISNT BUYING COTTON
ber of killed and wounded is im immense
mense immense enough to satisfy any enthus enthusiast
iast enthusiast of the awful.
OF BENEVOLENT OBTRUSION
AVE if A YE HAD ENOUGH
' iMr. R. S. Hall has just returned
from a business trip in the north and
says Florida's prospects for a bi
tourist travel this winter are fine
Thousands .who have been goini
abroad for the winter months wil
spend this winter in t loriaa on ac
count of the European War. Hesays
also that the financial situation is
daily loosening up and that within a
few weeks the business interests will
nave forgotten itnat there was any;
stringency in the money (markets.
Mr. -Hall also says that the prospects
for a good market for Florida fruits
this season are better than they have
been for several years. Buyer3 are
already quite busy obtaining options
on immense Quantities of citrus
Congressman Clark gives a good,
plucky 'talk in another column. Read
It and feel encouraged.
Cholera, that dread attendant of
ivar, drouth and famine, has broken
out among Austrian soldiers in Hun Hungary.
. iTfte smiling 'leaxures ot our ariena,
'"Charlie Jones, are missing from Dix
ie bls week.
Charlie must 'be taking
lAfter this month, a crow flying
over the valley of Virginia will
fiave to carry a flask in bis ihip pocket
or drink water.
1 VTfie new revenue 'bill taxes mov moving
ing moving picture shows only in towns of
15,000 or over, so the Temple and
the Air Dame are safe for a year or
two yet. v
If those wno are at all squeamish
about that municipal ice plant will
examine the text of the ordinance
they will find it to read as follows:
"Fifty-five thousand of said bonds to
be used for the 'purpose of equipping,
extending- and improving the water J
works plant of said city, and erect erecting
ing erecting and constructing in connection
therewith an ice plant for the manu manufacture
facture manufacture of artificial ice." When the
water works system is extended and
improved as contemplated there will
be ;but precious little left of the $55, $55,-000
000 $55,-000 for the erection of an ice plant.
It is just barely possible that some
people may object to the principle of
the proposition. It Is not a good
idea to put power into the hands of
'public officials 'because you think It
is possible they won't use it. If we
vote $55,000 for improvement of
water works and an ice-plant, the
council- can use $1 for the water
works and $54,999 for the ice-plant
if it sees fit.
You might write it down in your
memorandum book that Nippon- is
Clie official name of Japan, itho the
"Star isn't sure that it is correct to
-wn innt-ved- heathen Nips in-
Btead of Japs.
The pressure on Italy to join the
cause of the triple entente increases
daily. The allies point out that in
case of their victory Servia must be
given a port on the Adriatic; and the
bait of Avlona, on -which port Italy
has long cast hungry eyes, is being
held before the (Servian government
as a possible reward, particularly if
fThe German government 'has or ordered
dered ordered that an exhaustive judicial in in-enriry
enriry in-enriry JJe nmde at otice by an inde-
rjendent lawyer into the destruction Italy fails to join the allies. If Italy
of the Belgian town of CLouvain. An goes into the war, that Austria's Ad-
inqulry already made is declared to riatic sea coast will be divided be behave
have behave proved 'that on a signal given tween 'Italy, Servia-and Montenegro
near the Louvain station (by red and is a foregone conclusion. (Germany is
ereen rockets the civilian population reported to have requested Switzer-
Iiegan firing at the German troops. lantt s permission xo sena iorces im.u
that country. This was refused, ana
LV -nnrmttvpr of the DlK siese guus m case uermany muves
iPhich the Germans intended for use this end Italy is said to be prepared
A special to the Times-Union from
Congressman Frank Clark does
not approve of the "buy-a-bale" plan
for saving the cotton crop. In fact,
he is opposed to it, and today ex expressed
pressed expressed himself as follows on the
"No, I have not bought a bale of
cotton, and don't intend to.
"I never play to the galleries. Did
you ever analyze the 'buy-a-.bale'
hurrah? Well, if one million bales
are taken care of, it's just about one one-fifteenth
fifteenth one-fifteenth of the crop. Say, it's a pay payment
ment payment to the hard working farmer of
about seven cents on the dollar.
"(Let me tell you my idea of con
structive legislation and good sound
business., If one million bales are
taken care of at fifty dollars a bale
that would mean fifty million dollars,
but if the same money were placed
in manufacturing enterprises to
make the fleecy staple into raer raer-chantalbe
chantalbe raer-chantalbe goods it would be fifty
manufacturing enterprises of, one
million dollars capital each, giving
employment to thousands of work working
ing working people and multiplying the value
of the staple at least five times, or
two hundred and fifty millions of
dollars, with the untold blessings of
caring for the idle people.
"There is nothing wrong with the
country, if the calamity howlers j
would only stop talking, and all this
talk about the South lying on the
verge of pauperism imakes me tirad.
The resources of the South axe ample
and we have passed thru many worse
situations than the present.
"On account of the fact that our
phosphate and naval stores go to
foreign cities very largely, it is true ducing state traversed by the Soutft Soutft-that
that Soutft-that these industries are crippled by era (Railway lines and has addressed
the European war, and the treasury the following letter to the principal
department ought to do something to officers of the iSouthern Railway and
relieve the situation. Our delegation allied lines, suggesting that they join
is doing everything In its power to the movementr
sret some cheap money for our naval! "I commend to your personal con-
stores people, particularly. The naval slderation the ibuy-a-;bale-of-cotton
stores operators have ample security movement now active thruout the
to deposit, they are not asking for South. While tms is a movement oi
charity or help, other than the loan sentiment It is welcome sentiment as
of money at reasonable rates to tide expressing a determination of the
them over until the European mar- Southern people to help themselves
kets are open. The street corner in time of emergency, rather than
loafers are keeping 'things busy these depend on help from outside ot
days, and likewise busy men stop" to the government, federal or-state. If
listen to their harrangues. "Forget this movement results flu marketing
It!' ought to be the cry! 500,000 bales at 10 cents a pound, as
"'Keep 'er rolling, boys, should is believed to be possible, It wiTI have
be another. It's the way the darkeys a profound effect in encouraging ine
sine: down home. 'Jes" one mo' turn small farmers and those wno give
Will soon be here and you will have to consume more electric cur current.
rent. current. Why not prepare now by Installing
Its the Star's opinion that the
Florida (Metropolis accurately ex expresses
presses expresses American sentiment when It
"The people of this country do not
want a war with (Mexico. AVe do not' g
want a war with any country just
now, .but in. case iwe should be pro provoked
voked provoked to war the (American people do
not want to go to (Mexico as they did
to Cuba. No more benevolent ob obtrusion
trusion obtrusion for this country. If w must
go; let's go In the right way to take
the country, pacify it and keep it
pacified as a part of the United Stat States.
es. States. If we must spend our blood and
treasure in the land of the (Monte (Monte-zumas,
zumas, (Monte-zumas, let's spend it for something,
and not waste it to sprout another
revolution as soon as we are off the
soil. The United States could take
(Mexico and .make it the 'best country
in the worhl in which to live. It
could be made the most prosperous,
progressive and plentiful land on the
North American continent. If we are
going to start something benevolent,
let's finish it in a. truly .benevolent
style and make it a part of our own
government. That is the only way
to assure peace and prosperity.
MAIM, A- LAMPS
They are now cheaper and more efficient than ever.
For the same current you "are now consuming dn carbon lamps Y
they will give three times the light.
Come in and let, us demonstrate. A
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No. D North 3Iain Street OCALA, FLORIDA.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY HELPS
FARMERS OF THE SOUTH
The management of the Southern
Railway Coftrpany, says the Times Times-Union,
Union, Times-Union, is actively encouraging the
buy-a-ibale-of-cotton movement thru thruout
out thruout the South.. President 'Harrison
has bought a bale in each cotton pro-
Wile Star ILiic
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling
Packing and Storing
Slilpplng of Freight,
Superior to Plaster
or Celling in
Quality or Price
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
against the fortifications of Paris,
feave fallen into the hands of the
French, having become stuck in the
mud when the Germans began their
retirement f rom the iMarne. The
French now, are digging this artillery
out, lut the same cause which led to
their abandonments may prevent the
allies turning them on their former
to defend Swiss neutrality.
as the log goes over.'
''Florida is raising no howl. We've
got fish, grits and potatoes down
home, and we are non-starvable.
them credit to hold for a stable price.
"All of us derive our livelihood
and that of our families in some
measure from cotton and so, apart
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There isn't a month in the year that from any interest of the company,
my own state is not shipping some something
thing something that comes out of the ground.
The average Florida farmer is the
most independent citizen who ever
lived. We will soon be sending to the
markets the most perfect oranges
every one of us has a personal Inter Interest
est Interest in the cotton market.
VI have smysejlf bought a "bale of
cotton in each of theootton produc
ing states. If you Keel that you can
afford it, I recommend that you buy
BUYING MANY. BALES
The city of Baltimore has every
reason to be a good friend to the
southern farmer, and that it is try-
iPrance and Germany and 'Austria
have called out all their reserves; in
stead of a standing army every Am American
erican American should have his rifle and know
how to use it. Times-Union.
The Times-Union, and the Star,
differ from both our molly-coddles
and our official class. The molly mollycoddles,
coddles, mollycoddles, in the superfluity of their
goodness, think the American citizen
shouldnt 'have a gun or a pistol, lest
he hurt somebody with it. The ofn-
following from the
cattle by the thousands to the pack- count and induce -as many as possible P Tesponsibility is
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mg nouses or tne u est. our sea is- of your friends to oo liKewise. xi
land cotton crop of the finest staple will be a safe investment of the mon-
is in demand iby the automobile tire ley and a patriot! act in a vital emer-
makers. A Florida man has develop- gency."
ed a plan by which the turpentine
The state reunion of Confederate
Veterans will be held at Lakeland
Oct, 28-30, and that enterprising and
hospitable' town. can be depended on cial class objects for interested rea
tn rive the old soldiers a most hos- sons. Perhaps,
Iifcille reception. The Sons of Con Confederate
federate Confederate Veterans' will hold a meet meeting
ing meeting at the same time. At the next
meeting of John !M. Martin Camp of
Ocala, Friday evening, Oct. 9, dele delegates
gates delegates to the reunion wTill be elected,
;oall members should imake a note always put a clog, if not a full stop,
of 5t and attend. on the operations of tne contending
armies. The -battles of iMurfreesboro
and Fredericksburg were fought in
the depth of the winter season, and
the long agony of the siege of Peters-
and rosin will soon 'begin
Our mills are working on
"The credit of the state is .good.
Bonds are constantly being Issued by
counties and districts, and they are
There is a ver logical editorial in
the Times-Union of Friday on "The!
War-i'Made Savage." As soon as the
civilian becomes a soldier, or the sol-
shown by the
Baltimore has delighted the South
and astonished the country 'by the
promptness and extent of the aid she
is eivine to the move for the relief
of cotton planters.
' Decision of the Crown Cork aud
Seal Company to purchase $600,000
worth of the Southern staple, follow-
when .the citizens
have suffered from shaving to fight a
foreign army almost with their -bare
hands, they will realize what fools
they are for obeying either.
During our great civil -war, winter
The -report that a British fleet has
Seen seen in the ; Kattegat, steering
,rrriwi Tip narrow strait that con
nects the fNorth Sea and the Baltic, burg went-on thru the last winter of
wkw .tK TAsnlt of the Dhau- the war, 'but in '62, 63 and '64, the
tasm of some wild-eyed fisherman.
However, it would 'be just like Brit Brit-isli
isli Brit-isli audacity to send a big fleet into
die Baltic, 'join the 'Russians and
fcible the' Germans in their own wA-j
greater part of the armies waited for
spring to do aggressive marching and
fighting. They were held up, how
ever, more by the condition of the
-roans than 'bv the cold. Eastern
to the advantage of Baltimore, as
well as to the advantage ol the cot
ton interests of the South. If the
great 'business concerns of this coun-
frv In nn wav or another directlv in
touch with the ramifications of the
cotton trade will take hold of the
cotton situation in the same broad
way as this company has done the
whole situation will soon be cleared
"In studying cotton it should .be
distinctly understood that while It is
grown In the South it is the nation's
greatest asset in foreign trade. We
have been exporting to foreign coun
tries, mainly to Europe, over $600,-
dier goes to war, he takes a long
step back toward becoming a prime- ing the announcement last week tnat 000,000 worth of cotton a year. It Is
selling at par and above. No, sir, val man, who was a savage pure and the Fidelity and
Florida is all right, we are going to
'keep 'er rollin' boys,' and if the
democratic policies are given a clean
sweep, these United States will take
on an era of prosperity never dream dreamed
ed dreamed of."
simple. War. indeed, brings into would invest as
active use some of the stronger and gives Baltimore a commanding lead
the ruder virtues, but it brings out In the movement uow going on in a
nothing so strongly as the elemental number of cities to insure the cotton cotton-law
law cotton-law that might is rigt a law from growing -sections against severe loss
Deposit Company tni3 enormous foreign cotton demand
much as $50,000, whlch has made possible the main
tenance of the .balance of trade in
which it is useless to4appeal.
That dispatch from Paris, announc
ing that the Germans and Austrians
have lost 2,000,000 men in the eight
weeks of war, is rather too steep.
When the true history of the war is
obtained, it will doubtless be found
Winter is setting in early in
Northern Europe, and inclement
weather adds to the horrors of war.
Operations in Alsace-Lorraine are
retarded by snowstorms. Rain and
floods are reported in Galicia. Storm thing"
because of the great drop in exports,
due to the war.
. No other city in the country has
done as well, although some have
been proclaiming loudly their good
intentions. IA $600,000 purchase by
one business concern Is "doing some-1
it will probably be a long;
that both the numbers of men engag- conditions will Interfere greatly with time before any other place matches
ed and those killed and wounded
have been greatly exaggerated in the
newspaper reports. However, it is
beyond dispute tha' more men have
been on the fighting lines than in
any previous war, and that the num-
motor transports and troops taking! it.
the offensive may be greatly handi- Richard II. Edmonds, editor of the
capped by inability to bring up their Manufacturers 'Record, says: "In
artillery. The winter of 1870 was every cotton trading point in this
one of the most severe on record, and country" the action of the Crown Cork
this later war may see one like It. and Seal Company will be discussed
.Board and Rooms.
203 NORTH yiAlS ST.
THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1914
TO OPEN ON SCHEDULE TIME
To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
a necessity. To suddIv that ne-
cessity is Our Business.
1 Ocala Steam Laundry
f 402-404 8.
Brewed from the finest selected
Imported Hops and Malt exclu
Panama Pacific Exposition Will Not
San Francisco, Sept. 26. In an answer
swer answer to numerous inquiries, Presi President
dent President Charles C. Mocre of the Panama-Pacific
to oten in San Francisco on Feb.
20, 1915, has issued the following
"One month ago, the decision of
the Panama-Pacific International Ex Exposition
position Exposition management not to postpone
was first published. The development
of events since then, in their relation
to the exposition, all tend to confirm
the wisdom of that original decision.
"Lt the time the decision was
made no word had been received from
any foreign nation as to the effect
on its plans caused by the -European
war, but it was hoped that at least
those nations not fighting would go
on with their -plans. Later develop developments
ments developments have 'proven that hope well
founded; in addition, we have defin definite
ite definite assurances from 'France, from
Italy, -from Turkey and from Japan
that their intentions are unchanged.
'Holland has added $300,000 to her
J original appropriation. Italy has or
dered work on her building and ex exhibits
hibits exhibits rushed. Japan has asked for
and received an increase of space.
The (Argentine Republic has increas increased
ed increased its appropriation frcm $1;250,000
"We shall undoubtedly lose some
of the promised exhibits from En En-roupe,
roupe, En-roupe, bivt not by any means all of
them and not by any means the most
important of them.
"The exposition is 92 per cent
ready today. It will open Feb. 20,
as planned and it will be as plan planed,
ed, planed, the most beautiful and most in interesting
teresting interesting exposition -ever seen. There
is no reason to relieve that the suc success
cess success of the exposition, in any phase,
will be any less than that which was
so certain before the European war
broke out and it. is certain to be even
more important commercially than
was ever dreamed."
Marion County Abstract Company
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
x First consideration and especia.' attention given to small trcta.
DUNX ELLON DOTS
OF OCALA, FLORIDA
AN ACTIVE U. S. DEPOSITARY
AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS, SEPTEVf BER 12, 1914
Condensed from Report to the Comptroller of the Currency
Loans and Discounts
and Securities ... $314,432.20
U. S Bonds to Secure
Banking House, Fur Furniture
niture Furniture and Fixtures
Cash on Hand and
Due from Banks
Capital Stock, fully
paid in .$
Deposits ....... 345,497.17
JNO. L. EDWARDS, President.
CLARENCE CAMP, Vice President. II. 1). STOKES, Cashier.
The Dunuellon 'High School began
its winter term in the new brick
building last .Monday with a. large
number of pupils enrolled.
iMrs. Vann has five of the teachers
staying with her; the blisses Ruff.
Anderson, Otwell, Maxwell and
The Misses Annie and .Hattie Mar Martin
tin Martin are now very pleasantly 'located
at Inverness, where iMiss Annie has
if ar Will Not Give Away
BUT it WILL give each and EVERY' subscriber who pays a year for the Daily Star, a $3 Coupon
Book, redeemable at its face value by any of the Ocala Business Houses mentioned below, or for a
Weekly Star subscription a, $1.50 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.. .. .. r 5 Per cent
J. J. Gerig, Drugs (Postoffice drugstore & Annex Drugstore) 5 per cent
Knight & Lang, Wagons, Buggies, etc 3 Per cent
A. E. Burnett. Jewelry. ... ...... . ' 4 ..... 5 per cent
E. G. Rivers, Gents Furnishings. 5 per cent
Hayes & Guynn, Dry Goods 5 per cent
Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture 10 Per cent
A. M. Lansford, Music Dealer .. .. Per cent
Miss Mary Affleck, 3Iillinery .... 5 per cent
B. Goldman "Why ray More?". .. 5 Per cent
Little's Shoe Parlors, Shoes.. 5 I1 cent
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 hi 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 bovrse, whose
name you see on the back of the coupen ( and you are pleased when you see they rill give 10 per
cent, discount); you buy a bedfor $10 $9 in cash and $1 worth of coupons squares you at this place.
You've saved $2 already. Your purchase at the drugstore is $5 ?4.75 and a 25c coupon straight straightens
ens straightens you there. Suppose the purchase is only $1 at the next store; 95 cents in cash and a 5 cent
coupon pays it. Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; it would take your entire
$5 coupon book, but it would save you a FIVE DOLLAR BILL.
Just keep in mind, when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat your cake and keep It too,"
if you take advantage of our MERCHANTS' CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
paper, come in, pay up and get a book. If you are not now taking the Evening Star or the W eekly
Star, come in and do it now; and get'a coupon book. You can send yo-r remittance by registered
letter, check or express money order, and coupon book will be mailed to your address. y
rniTT IT IF1
a (position with State (Attorney Sco-
VMr. and (Mrs. William .Dorr, of
Ocala, are visiting iMr. and IMrs. G.
H. Dorr, -of DunaeCIon, enroute to St.
Petersburg, where they will reside
in the future.
IF. W. tEllison, of Anthony, was a
J. S. Pedrick and J. B. Burtine
have the contract for building the
new road from Dunnellon to Red
Level. Work on it was begun last
MUSIC STORE TO CLOSE
If You Will Take Enough of Our Ice
Saturdays to Last Over Sunday
We will thank you. Our drhers 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 .this Ice man of yours.
Ocala Ice. & PacMim
Ocala, Sept. 24th, 1914.
To the Public:
On account of prevailing condi conditions
tions conditions I am closing my music store
temporarily. .My action may te con considered
sidered considered as cne of retrenchment,
since we have been running the store
at a loss for 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 jas before. We are
simply "playing safe."
A half dozen or nore factories
have 'urged us to stay open and let
them furnish us with the necessary
goods, with practically unlimited
'time in which to pay for same. Tlie
time honored firm of Ludden & 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
and 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 have-good
good have-good credit all over Ocala. These:
latter remarks are made to preclude;
the unkind and unfair things tnat
might he said by unknowing and un
Now, since we 'are cutting down
expenses, we win ne in uetitr posi
tion to give you your money's worth
than ever, and we ask those who con contemplate
template contemplate 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
Wing us to you when wanted.
9-24-dlytf-wkylt A. M. Lansford.
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES
STANDARD RAILROAD. OF THE SOUTH
$:57.05 Cincinnati, Ohio.
$17.35 Chicago, 111.
$02.05 Denver, Col.
$;1G.30 Evansville, Ind.
$35.55 Louisville, Ky.
TICKETS SOLD DAILY
$18.50 Marietta, Ga,
$30.05 New York, X. Y.
$39.05 Philadelphia, Pa.
$41.80 St. Louis, Mo.
$93.55 San Francisco, Call
FINAL LIMIT OCT. 31.
STOP OVERS ALLOWED
For Information and reservations call on A- C. L. Ticket Agent, or
J. G. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger Agent,
Broadway and 14th Street.
New York City
A Clean, Comfortable, Convenient
and Homelike Hotel on both t
American and European Plans.
American Plan, $2 per IHy
European Plan, $! per Day
, and up.
SPECIAL WEEKLY. RATES
Churchill & Company
"I was annoyed for over a year hy
attacks of acute indigestion, follow followed
ed followed bv constipation," writes Mrs. M.
J. Gallagher, Geneva, X. Y. "I tried
everything that was recommended
to me for this complaint, hut 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 Jrom tfur
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
OPENJ Dai AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any aoct. Adv.
Nothing Short of Calamity.
Holding a glass of clear honey In
hi3 right hand, father observed im impressively:
pressively: impressively: "It cost the little beeak
many a weary trip to fill this with
3weetness frcm the flowers.' Little
Laura, who had been listening close-j
ly. exclaimed, with great earnestness:
"Wouldn't it have been too bad if one
of them had dropped the glass?"
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IHE OCAIiA EVENING STAH, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1914
. : ; i : :
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this
Thought, for the Day
You make a hard life for yourself
;wien you allow your tongue to get
the better of you. Curb your spirit
and keep back the quick words that
would wound or hurt others, and
thereby give a victory over self. Let
God keep you "beautiful within" al always.
;Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp and fam family
ily family arrived home this afternoon from
. ?Mr3.,V. A. -Knight is the guest of
friends in Valdosta, where she will
remain for some time.
' CSIiss IMargaret Jackson isexpected
fiome (Monday evening from a visit to
friends and relatives In Fayetteville,
Mrs. Sue (Mclver Is spending the
week-end as the guest of Dr. and
Mrs. J. L. Javi3 at their pretty -home
. at Irvine.
(Miss Margaret 'Howell Is the guest
for the week of IMiss Virginia Sia Sia-trunk,
trunk, Sia-trunk, coming in from '.''Rock Hill' Hill'-this
this Hill'-this afternoon.
The 'Methodist sewing circle will
ixiect (Monday afternoon at the resi residence
dence residence of IMrs. Walter Hood at 3:30
Mrs. D. E. (Mclver and Miss Fran Frances
ces Frances 'M elver reached home today from
their summer-outing in New England.
iMrs. C W. iHunter, who has been
an inmate of the hospital 'for the
past few weeks, was able to? return to
her home today.
'.Miss (Mary IMcDowell arrived home
. last' night from a delightful round of
visits with friends and relatives in
LMrs. 'H. II. Brand and daughter ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday afternoon "from South
Carolina, where they have been
spending the summer, and will -be
..the guests of 'Mrs. E. G. Peek for a
few duys. Mr. Brand will not return
-until the first week in October.
OIts. (Ed. Carmichael will arrive
'"home on the evening Coast Line
train from her summer's outing, the
last, -month of which has been spent
' -with Dr. an'd 'Mrs. E. P. Guerrant at
Ur. and '.Mrs. W. C. Charles ar$
roving today intdj their little tounga-l
just been comp'letfd and is one of the
yery nicest of the! many 'homes huilt
Ehihat growing suburb.
" Itev. Bunyan Stephens returned
this morning from a week's stay at
Blitchton, where he has most suc successfully
cessfully successfully conducted a,' revival meet meeting.
ing. meeting. .He was assisted by .Rev. Ed Ed-'
' Ed-' rard Ilenderson who will close the
services tomorrow night.
ILattle IMiss fTiheresa Condrey of
Ocala, who has heen visiting her aunt
Mrs Fred. Caruthers and grand-parents,
Mr. and IMrs. J. iM. Oondrey
returned to her home in pcala Friday
last. Olearwater items in Bushnell
MnirtT' 'l lifr ""Mil 'ijlnlllii ft l"
Dr. and iMrs. E. G. Peek, wh(TKave
just recently imoved( into their ele-si
gajit new inome on UKiawana avenue,
will entertain (Monday evening in
compliment, tothe doctors of the city
and their wives Oirfd sweethearts).
This will be trff first party in the
L new 'home and the affair is anticipat-
ed with -much pleasure.
Mr. attd4Mr4aIushel. and lit little
tle little daughter (Elizabeth, arrived home
last night from Baltimore, where
airs. .Fishel "has been the guest of her
parents for five months. IMr. Fishel
joined his family two weeks ago,
i after making the fall and winter pur-
chases for IM." ;Fishel & Son's stores.
Monday, Sept. 27,
imday, October 4th
department call phone 106)
'Mr. and Mrs. ;Fishel will make their
home this winter with 'Mr. Fishel's
parents, iMr. and 'Mrs. fM. Fishel.
Mrs. Claude Nelson and little son
Claude, Jr., have returned from a
very charming visit to relatives and
friends in Columbia and Charleston,
S. C. During the past week they
have beon the guests of Mr. and iMrs.
J. H. Nelson and family in Jackson
Dr. and iMrs. J. L. Davis of Irvine
and their niece, IMiss 'Mamie Fant or
this city, are at home again from a
summer's trip to New York City,
where Dr. Davis has been attending
a series of medical lectures. The
ladies visited many of the important
(places of interest near the great me
tropolis and had a pleasant time.
MrandJMrsriX'W. Tompkins and
daughter IMis& Irene, who have been
at Waynesvgle,N. C, for the past
two months, wjJLleave there for At
lanta Tuesday, standing a few dayr
inthat city andYreturn to Ocala in
about a week.
wMr3.vV,Clxatt will return
home next week from Franklin, N.
C, where she has urgn for the past
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IMiss Douise Booe arrived from 'Mc 'Mcintosh
intosh 'Mcintosh last night for a week-end
visit to her home here. v
.'Mr. and Qlrs. iM. J. Roess and fam family
ily family left this morning for Inverness,
where they .will be the guests of Dr.
and iMrs. H. A. Reeves .until Sunday
iMr. and 'Mrs. A. iE. 'Osborne -were
in town today 'from -Morristcm, and
are making preparations to leave
early next week for a visit to rela relatives
tives relatives and friends in South Carolina,
and "will perhaps extend their trip to
New York before returning to their
new home in this city.
IMrs. Bunyan Stephens and (bright
little son, iMcClure, arrived home
this afternoon from Atlanta, where
they had Jbeen visiting, relatives for
'Master Paul Theus has been quite
sick for the ipast few days, and his
friends will be glad to knok he is
much better today.
IMr. Roy Galloway, the clever
young :baseball pitcher, is home from
visit to Jacksonville and WaycTOss.
Dr. J. !E. Kiock, wife, son and
daughter will arrive in town tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow from New Hampshire and expect
to spend the winter at their Iiome at
lEastlake and in Ocala, the children
attending school here. Dr. Klock
has considerable valuable property in
and around Ocala and the lake, and
in 'a short time he expects to make
his home here the year around.
Dr. James Chace and little son ar arrived
rived arrived home yesterday afternoon from
a two weeks' visit to New York City
and Washington: They also 'made a
short stop in Richmond en route
Mr. Roy 'Cappleman left today for
Gainesville, where he will resume his
studies at the state university.
A Rose to the Living
Somehow, somewheref back in the;
Centuries the human race fell into
the habit of (placing -wreaths and
garlands on the caskets containing1
their dead and on the mausoleums,
the graves and the tombs.
Today it is a common practice. To Today
day Today a newspaper may abuse a man
as long as he lives, and preachers
may preach and sp reach and never
move him, and yet when he is dead,
the newspapers will give him an
obituary that reads like the adver advertisement
tisement advertisement of a circus, and the preach preacher
er preacher will pull open the pearly gates,
and one can see him fairly pushing
the dead man in!
Whether these customs are right
of wrongs and no one believes
more than we in a proper respect for
the dead, and in reverencing their
memory we should be more kind to
the living and more generous to the
faults of men and women. We are
all made of a mixture of good and
had, and the ancient "philosophers
taught us that only a hair divided
If we would buy more roses for
the living the dead could readily for forgive
give forgive (if there is forgiveness after
death) friends and relatives if they
(place no rose on their resting places.
If we would say kinder things of
the living, they would be appreciated
more than the funeral orations and
obituary notices at the grave, or in
the newspapers, or in any public
Life is -hard enough at best. There
are enough temptations enough
evils enough shadows, enough val valleys
leys valleys of dark despair, enough moun mountains
tains mountains of unscalable height, for all of
us to have all the burdens we can
carry, without being weighted down
without unkind words and unjust
If the coming of Christ was for one
purpose, it was to teach us humility,
meekness, gentleness and kindness.
Theie are the elemental things of the
righteous life. One. must not be
merely kind just to be kind. One
must love to be kind, and must be
kind because of an inherent desire to
do a kindness.
Some poet has written that "a rose
to the living is more than sumptuous
wreaths to the dead."
Let us take that for a motto. Let
us ghe our roses to the living wnile
they live; let us praise the living
While it will cheer their hearts to win
greater heights. Let us give our fel fellows
lows fellows our .best thoughts, our kindliest
consideration, and help them thru
life. After death the body is but
clay, and the spirit has gone where
no man's voice can reach it and
where no man's grief can help It.
i lT t 11 1 Jl A A A 1 1
i Aiie living owe a amy to me nv-
k Z T'1 c I I m ,i j
lug. a lit? man vi gemus 11 uaeereu
upon his way can' iproduce greater
things and better things for the up uplift,
lift, uplift, the comfort and 'happiness of
the race, than if he is jeered at and
Isnubbed and sat upon, and made to
rind out his work while the world
looks on and laughs discouragement
We who make up the ordinary
ones of life cannot see ibehind the
veil of mystery, that is but the win win-dow
dow win-dow of the workroom of the man of
genius. 'We who know nothing of
the infinite cannot see the .vastly
deeps ibeyond the stars that are -penetrated
!by the soulful Christian who
is permitted to walk .with God. We
of the everyday life cannot see the
'beautiful vision that cheers the poet
on, and 'inspires him to create those
!beautiful images of the mind that
sing us to sleep in the cradle of their
If we will give our roses to the
living and pay our tributes to those
tvho are accomplishing things in life,
we shall do more f or humanity, and
for the TMvine scheme of things, than
we can by all he sermons we preach
in laudation of the dead. If we spf ak
our appreciation to those who toil,
and those who moil, and those who
build and ibetter conditions of life,
we shall (perform our little duties of
life that will make us better, and
that will finally lift mankind ahove
the clouds of envy, hate, avarice and
jealousy that (has kept us so long
close to the cavern, mouths of ignor ignorance,
ance, ignorance, superstition and barbarism!
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Rev. J. M Gross, D. Pastor.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching.
Subject, "Facts, and (Sat (Fables of
3 p. m. Junior League.
4 p. -m. Senior League.
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
Subject, "The Spirit Sruggling
with the World."
All cordially invited. Strangers
i East Uroadway Church
iRoy B. (Bowers, Pastor.
10 a. m. Sunday school.
iMen's class at the armory.
"The Life and Teachings of Jesus."
Chap. vi. Question for discussion,
"(The manner of His oirth, miracul miraculous
ous miraculous or natural."
11' a. m. Sermon.
"The Christian and 'His IMoney."
7:30 p. in. Sermon.
"What I Saw and Heard in Hell."
m 9 m
(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.)
.9:45 a. m. Sunday" school.
11 a. m. Sermon.
3 p.-m. Junior 'Mission Society.
7:30 p. m. Sermon.
Subject, "Called of God."
A cordial invitation extended to
the public and all strangers in the
North Ocala Union Church
Sunday school services will be held
at the (North Ocala church every Sun
day at 3 p. m.
Tomorrow, Rev. Roy Bowers of
the Christian church will preach at
4 p. m.
(Rev. Bunyan Stephens, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
411 a. m. Preaching by the pas
7:45 Evening service.
Evangelistic services conducted by
the pastor begins Sunday and con
Now is the time that special care lias to be
given to the child's footwear. Let us help you
to FIT THEM PROPERLY. We do that.
Gun metal and Patent,
SH to 11, $1.75; lUS to 2,
Tan, Gunmetal, Vici,
Vici, Gunmetal, Patent, Scuffers, McKays; Welts,
11 1-2 to 13, $1.5013 1-2 to 2, $2.
Tan, Gunmetal, Patent.. ...... .... $2 to $3.50
tinue- one week, 7 : 3-0 ach evening.
Mr. L. J. Taylor, representative of
the OraoverrStewart IBrog Co., of
Jacksonville, is in the city today call
ing on his drug trade. This is the
last visit IMr. Taylor will anake as
he will conduct a drug -store in Eustis
for himself. IMr. S. E, !Leigh will
take Mr. Taylor's place. Tarpon
Mr. Taylor's Ocala .friends will
miss his periodical visits, but hope he
vn do well.
Closing out our sheet (music stock
at 10 cents per copy regardless of
cost. Our pianos and all remaining
stock going at unheard of prices.
This store closes Oct. 8th. Hurry if
you want bargains.' A. IM. Lans-
The kindergarten and primary
school, conducted by .Misses Rowley
and Gates the past two years, will
reopen Monday,' September 28th,
We carry the 'famous iXorris can
dies. 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
Let us serve you with fresh bread,
pies and cakes every day. Layer and
other fancy cakes anade to order.
Carter's Bakery. 9-24-tf
Crepe paper, all colors, at The
Murray Company. 9-2 5-3 1
Go to KREGER'S for the best ICE
CREAM in Ocala. 9-24-tf
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala.-2 Adv.
- Gerig is agent for Nunnally's fine
ROOMS FOR RENT
' 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
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
, j Tan, Vlcl, Gunmetal, Patent J
$2 j 8J$ to 11, $1.50; 11! to 2, $2
Patents, McKays, Welts,
: MEW MM 'STOUS
We have opened a new drug store in-the WTallis build building
ing building on South' -Main street, and shall make every endeavor to
please everyone who may favor us with their patronage.
While we make a specialty of PROMPT and ACCURATE
PRESCRIPTION work, we also carry a full line of Toilet
Articles, Stationery, Patent 3Iedicines and Standard Prepara Preparations..
tions.. Preparations.. We -want to call special attention to our line of
Fresh GARDEN and FIELD SEEDS, which we sell under a
Guarantee that they are absolutely fresh, new stock.
Give us a trial, when need of anything in our line.
OUR MOTTO: "FRESH GOODS ALWAYS."
Drunflisls and Seedsmen,
FIRST CLASS. Meals and Berth Included.
This Special Rate good on any I of 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
122 West Ba7 Street,
Vici, Gunmetal, Patents,
8J to 11, $2.50; 11$$ to 2 $2.75
Turns $2 and $3.
1 0 A A A
THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER SG, 1014
YOU'IjL CAPTIVATE "HER"
if you make us your Tailors. We
will, make you charmingly present presentable
able presentable ia your outward apparuuee.
As stylish. Tailors we easily take the
lead In this vicinity. The best ma materials,
terials, materials, choicest patterns, sure fit,
stylish .cut, and careful finishing
make the men who wear ,our Suits
the envied among their fellows.
And they are generally, first favor favored
ed favored with the ladies too.
Result of Yesterday's iaines in the
Somebody 'Made a Sale
New York, Sept. 2 6. Turpentine,
40 Vz to 47. Rosin, $3. SO.
St. Louis 1, New York o
First. Cincinnati 0, Boston 2.
Second, Cincinnati 2, Boston 4.
Chicago Philadelphia o.
Pittsburg 2, Brooklyn 2.
Philadelphia 3, Chicago 1.
Washington 1, Cleveland .3.
New York 5, Detroit 4.
"Boston 1, St. Louis 10, (S inn innings).
ings). innings). WHEAT IS WHEAT
Chicago, Sept. 26. December
1.0SU. Pork. January, 19.77.
Lard 10.05. Ribs 10.50.
WISHES OF MRS. WILSON
m. ft T TT 'V'f J
f yoti? wirc does ivor keep accurate time
BRING IT TO US. WE WILL EXAMINE IT CAREFULLY AND
TELL YOU WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE, HOW LONG IT WILL
TAKE AND WHAT IT WILL COST YOU. IF IT NEEDS ONLY
RE G ULA TINGXWE WILL TELL YOU SO AND DO THAT FOR YOU.
WHEN WE REPAIR YOUR JEWELRY IT WILL BE DONE
RIGHT AND THE CHARGE WILL BE FAIR.
OUR JEWELRY WILL STAND THE SCRUTINIZING TEST
A. E. BURNETT
OCALA 9 FLORIDA
ELECTIONS FOR BONDS ORDERED
Just Received a Solid Carload of
The Best, Most Durable', Cheapest
Artificial Builders' Board manufactur manufactured
ed manufactured for interior finishing.
For samples, prices, etc., call or write
Contr actor and Builder.
Distributor of Badger Board for the
State of Florida.
You May Have the Eggs
BUT NOT THE HAM
Better Come Early
Avoid the Jam!'
OUR HAMS ARE CHOICE
IB O jS 1 TT I V E L. Y
No More Disappointments
With my new help-
er and additional new
machinery I am able
to satisfy you
While You Wait
11 Fort King AvV
As will be seen by the proclama proclamations
tions proclamations elsewhere, Mayor Robertson
has cailed elections Tot bonds on Oct.
27 and 28, in accordance with the
ordinances passed by the council
some weeks ago. It is now up to the
citizens to decide the matter.
The Star has been advocating a
sbond issue tor the last two years. It
gards a sewerage system as an abso absolute
lute absolute necessity; improved waterworks
and electric plants almost as neces
sary as" sewerage, and improved
streets very desirable, and cheaper
to 'build in a 'bunch than to patch as
at present. So far as these things
go, it can support a bond issue, which
it is quite confident would help busi business
ness business just at the time it most needs
help. It is squarely against the ice
factory proposition as -both unneces
sary and undesirable, and it thinks
new city buildings might wait a cou couple
ple couple of years. The ordinance should
have tbeen so drawn that the people
could vote separately on these propo
sitions. As it is, each voter will have
to decide whether good or bad pre preponderates
ponderates preponderates in the .bunch and vote ac
OTlCE OP -ELKCTIOX
Whereas, an ordinance has been
passed by the city of Ocala calling for
an election to submit .to the registered
voters of the city of Ocala, to decide
whether or not bonds to the amount of
THREE HUNDRED AND FIVE THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND DOLLARS be issued; ONE HUN HUNDRED
DRED HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS of said
'bonds to be used for the construction
of sewers within the corporate limits
of the city of Ocala: ONE HUNDRED
THOUSAND DOLLARS of said bonds
to be used for the purpose of paving
and improving the streets of s-aid'eity;
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS of said
bonds to Te use-d for the purpose of
constructing- public buildings and
parks for the said city within the cor corporate
porate corporate limits of the said city; and
FIFTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS
of said bonds to be used for the pur purpose
pose purpose of equipping, extending and im improving
proving improving the water works plant and
system of said city and erecting "and
constructing in connection therewith
an ice plant for the manufacture of ar artificial
tificial artificial ice for the said city of Ocala.
said bonds to be In the denomination of
one thousand dollars each, and bearing
interest at the rate of five per cent, per
annum, payable in not less than ten nor
more than thirty years from date of
Now, therefore, by virtue of author authority
ity authority vested in,.the undersigned as mayor
of the said city of Ocala, I .hereby pro proclaim
claim proclaim and order an election held on the
27th day of October. A. D. UH4
In the said city of Ocala to determine
whether or not the said city "of Ocala
shall issue bonds to .the amount of
THREE HUNDRED AND FIVE THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND DOLLARS; ONE HUNDRED
THOUSAND DOLLARS of said bonds to
be used for the construction of sewers
within the corporate limits of the city
or Ocala; ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
COLLARS df said bonds to be used for
the nurrose of navinsr and imnrovine
the streets of said city; FIFTY THOU
SAND DOLLARS of said bonds to be
used for the purpose of constructing
public buildings and parks within the
corporate limits of the said city; and
FIFTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS of
said bonds to be used for the purpose
of equipping, extending and improving
the water works plant and system of
said city and erecting and constructing
in connection therewith an ice plant
for the manufacture of artificial ice
for the city of Ocala. Said bonds to be
in the denomination of One Thousand
Dollars each, bearing interest at the
rate of five per cent, and payable in not
less than ten nor more than thirty
years from date of issue.
And hereby appoint J. M. Thomas, T.
H. Johnso.n and F. R. Beckham as in inspectors
spectors inspectors and J. H. Taylor as clerk.
Said election shall be foeld at the city
hall of the city of Ocala between the
hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock
In witness whereof I have hereunto
affixed my hand and seal of the city
of Ocala. this the 25th day of Septem September.
ber. September. A. D. 1914.
(Seal) J. D. ROBERTSON. Mayor.
Attest: H. C. SISTRUNK, City Clerk.
On Her Deathbed Have Been Carried
Out by Government or America
Washington, Sept. 26. Mrs.
Woodrow Wilson's dying wish that
the worst slums in Washington be
abolished finally was realized yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, when the president signed the
bill clearing alleys of dwelling plac places.
es. places. On her deathbed 'Mrs.- Wilson
expressed the hope that the bill
would be passed and both houses of
Congress acted. (Although it differs
in some" particulars from the meas
ure as 'Mrs. Wilson originally champ
ioned it, the president decided the
measure accomplshed its principal
Miss Marguerite Porter will open
her studio for voice and piano pupils
Thursday, October 1st, 1914. Ar-
rangments for pupils will be made,
beginning 'Monday Sept.' 28th. Phone
164. S4udio, Fort King Ave. 9-26-3t.
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel
Y V FLORIDA
Gov. Paris, f raitis!!-1
HAS ADVISED EVERYONE WHOCAX
to plant and produce something. If you wish to take his advice
au.u. 6w iifiui iu wr&, we jaaye.uuu acres or high-grade cleared
land fencod dMARIOX COUNTY ;;
' Faon Eancls to Remt v
4. IX THE FAMOUS Anthony and Sugar Hammock Trucking-section.
A lately the property of the Anthony. Farms Company. This land is
suitable for early vegetables of all klndsl but particularly 'suitable
for peanuts, corn, oats, cantaloupes and watermelons. SEE US
OR WRITE US at once and make, an early seleotion'. V
NOTICE OP ELECTION" TO ISSUE
Star W ant Ads Bring Results
"Whereas, an ordinance has been
passed by- the city of Ocala calling for
an election to submit to 'the registered
voters of the city of Ocala, to decide
whether or not bonds to the amount of
SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOL DOLLARS
LARS DOLLARS be dssued for the purpose of
erecting and. equipping an ELECTRIC
LIGHT STATION in connection with
tne city WATER WORKS, and extend extending
ing extending such lines and wires as there may
be necessary to furnish the citizens of
Ocala with light and power, said bonds
to be in the denomination of One
Thousand Dollars each, and bearing1 in interest
terest interest at the. rate of five per cent, per
annum, payable in not less than ten
nor more than. thirty years from date
Now, therefore, by virtue of author authority
ity authority vested in the undersigned as mayor
of the said city of Ocala, Thereby pro proclaim
claim proclaim and order an election held on the
Usth lay of October, A. L. 1!14
in the said city of Ocala to determine
whether or not the said city of Ocala
shall issue bonds to the araourt of
SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOL DOLLARS
LARS DOLLARS for the purpose of erecting and
equipping an ELECTRIC LIGHT STA STATION
TION STATION in connection with the city
WATER WORKS, and extending such
lines and wires as there may be nec necessary
essary necessary to furnish the citizens of Ocala
with light and poWer. Said bonds to
be in the denomination of One Thou Thousand
sand Thousand Dollars each, bearing Interest at
the rate of five per cent., and payable
in not less than ten years nor more
than thirty years from date of issue.
And hereby appoint B. A. Weathers.
I F. Ballard and J. H. Livingston as
inspectors and Isaac Stevens as clerk.
Said election shall be held at the city
hall of the city of Ocala between the
hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock
In witness whereof I have hereunto
affixed my hand and seal of the city
of Ocala. this the 25th day of Septem September,
ber, September, A. D. 1914.
(Seal) J. D. ROBERTSON. Mayor.
Attest: H. C. HISTRUNK, City Clerk.
There is probably no higher eco
nomic authority living: than Sir
George' Paish, editor of the Statist,
London.- In "discussing the economic
phase of the war he said:
"A great war in Europe will prob
ably bring economic advantaeres to
the United States. It will enable it
to sell its great crops in places which
will give a much greater income than
If there was no war.
Almost every industry', -will derive
more or Tess advantage. American
investors and. backers should get in
much profit from the ability to buy
back from Europe great quantities of
securities at attractive V rices in pay-
ment for the food stuffs and raw ma-i
terial exported fi-om the United
States. " -: ' ;
The United States Can become, as
it has this, weekthe world's greatest
market for capital.
For the United (States to gain ben benefit
efit benefit 'from the position as the wealth wealthiest
iest wealthiest nation in the world it is essential
that American investors, should not
only have confidence in the future of
their own country, hut also believe
that, war or no war, the world will
continue to progress.
In tbrfef, a great war in !Euron
will give the United States an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity of assuming. the post of world
banker by supplying capital freely to
countries and individuals in all parts I
t 1 i 1' 1 I
ii ne giDe -w.no neea it ana can pro provide
vide provide the required security. (Should
the American people take advantage
of the golden opportunity afforded
them by the outbreak of war, Jt will
mean, not diminished, but increased
prosperity for the United States."
Now is the lime for the real men
of this country to show their faith
in themselves and in the country and
in our business possibilities.
" The faint-hearted, affrighted by
shadows, rush 4o cancel orders. They
are afraid of themselves and of their
ability to win victory from disadvan disadvantages.
tages. disadvantages. They become burden shirkers
at the first -moment possible. If
everybody followed their lead, the
country would go tobogganing down
to ruin headlong.
There are other red-blooded men
and red-blooded corporations that are
not affrighted by every 'storm. They
stand 'by their contracts to the ut utmost
most utmost limit of their ability, even if to
do so does involve temporary loss.
They are builders, upbuilders, bur burden
den burden 'bearers, and they save the
country and themselves by their
backbone and courage:
This is a time for doing things
a time to run up your flag instead of
hauling it down a time to get your
share of all the business going a
time to let the world know you are
not frightened out of your boots, and
that you are in business to stay.
'Push your business: advertise it.
Tell the world that you are not "gun
shy," and that you will always be
found moving forward and not run run-ing
ing run-ing away from the contest.
yiell written advice. Also good,
Real Estate ' f
y Merchants Block Ocala, Fla.
The Management of DR. McCLANE
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 Co., and, Troxler's stands. -
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and wiil be Itun
. '.Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS, 9 A.M. TO4i50P.M. PHONE 333
PHJ SIGMA COLLEGE
002 Fort King, Ocala, Fla.
From September 28th to May 25, 1915
Tuition for term of 8 months advance $70
By the month $8.50, with Bookkeeping $10.
We have a class of young lailes that will graduate by Including
Summer School Term. Young ladies of equal advancement admit admitted
ted admitted to this class, -without examination. Thus 'making two grades in
one year. Address, ...
GEO. C. LOONEY or MRS. G. C. LOONEY
Washington. Due to overwork the
health of the ecretary is not the
best and he has been told to spend
his time in the oyen air.
On account of his health Secretary
Bryan will decline the invitation to
be the principal speaker at a demo democratic
cratic democratic gathering here thl3 evening.
(Mrs. Bryan is with him.
RRVAX HAS" REEX BUSY
Ts Xow Trying .to .Recuperate .at
Asheville, X. C, Sept. 26. Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State William J. Bryan has
returned to Asheville for an Indefin
ite stay following a hurried trip tot
Have Reen Killed in France Since
Beginning of the War
London, Sept. 2 6. The military
correspondent of the Times writes
today as follows:
"An army cannot be improvised at
a moment's notice and instances In
which improvisation has .been at attempted
tempted attempted in the past' have been la lamentable
mentable lamentable failures. Experienced offic officers
ers officers are dubious concerning the arm armies
ies armies which England is now raising at
home because they don't think they
will oe ready to-fight In the field for
IS months and then only if they have
been trained by professional officers,
the numbers of who are limited.
. "The question of officers is a seri seri-ous
ous seri-ous one. An examination of our cas casualty
ualty casualty list shows we have lost already
eleven hundred officers in killed,!
wounded or -misaing. This is two
out of every five among those at the
".More officers is the constant cry
from the front."
I have moved to the Burnett
Building on East Fort King Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, where I am prepared tp do
all kinds of Furniture Repairing
on short notice. Expert work ex executed
ecuted executed in this line and all work
I have just received a big
line oj XEW HEATERS. Call
and see them.
A. NL BOBBITT,
14 FORT KIXG AYEXUE
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Give3 more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor In the city.-
Get your school books now and
avoid the ihish and waiting the open opening
ing opening day of school, at The SMurray
The registration book for district
Vr 1 a li to 1 1 1 Vi a nnan n n Tno.
day, "Wednesday ana Thursday of each
week from the lt Monday 'in Atfgnst
till the second Saturday in October,
1914. In all othr districts two days Id
each week from the 1st Monday In
September till the second Saturday In
October. This registration does rot
apply to any person who was a regis registered
tered registered voter prior to Jan. 1st. 1914.
Those who registered this year for tho
first time In Marion county, thouj?h
they may have voted In the primary,
cannot vote in the November election
unless thy register again prior to th
aecond Saturday in October.
7-2?-6 wks dly D. M. BARCO.
Supervisor Registration Marlon CV
THE OCAL EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER i. 1914
CHAUTAUQUA .MUSIC- CONTESTS
TROUBLES OF THE TEACHERS
I Wilbur Smith Co.
E. C. SMITH, Mgr.
X All work given our personal
J attention and guaranteed fully.
11 W. Oklawaha Avenue.
& OCA LA, FLORIDA.
Office Phone 10.
Night Phone 94.
UfiDERTAKERS and : EFtlBALMERS
floe .Caskets and Banal Robes.
B. E. 3IcIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-foatmers
foatmers Em-foatmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER ..........104
C. V. ROBERTS . . . ; .305
Undertaking Office. ....... ... . 47
'Hopes Her Statement, Made VuBIic,
will Help Other Women.
Hines. Ala. "1 must confess", savs
Mr&. Eula Mae Reid, of this place, "that
Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done me
a great deal of good. ;
-Before 1 commenced using Cardui,
would spit up everything I ate. I had a
tired, sleepy feeling all the time, and was
irregular. 1 could hardly drag around,
and would have severe headaches con continuously;
tinuously; continuously; Since taking Cardui, I have entirely
quit spitting up what I eat. Everything
seems to digest all right, and 1 have
gained 10 pounds in weight."
" If you are a victim of any of the numer numerous
ous numerous ills so common to your sex, it is
wrong to suffer. r
For half a century, Cardui has been re relieving
lieving relieving just such ills, as is proven by the
thousands of letters, similar to the above,
which pour into our office, year by year.
Cardui is successful because it is com composed
posed composed of ingredients which act specifically
on the womanly constitution, and helps
build the weakened organs back to health
and strength. ; -.
Cardui has helped others, and will help
you, too. Get a bottle today. You
won't regret it. Your druggist sells it.
Write to : Chattanoosra Medicine Co.. Ladles Ad Advisory
visory Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Teftn., for Special In
Btructions on your case and 64-page book. "Hom
Treatment for women." sent in plain wrapper. NC120
Merchants & Miners Trans Co.
x ; to
New Steamers... Low Fates. Bes
oervice. Wireless telegraph on al
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
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Stree
One of these Interesting and Enter
taining Affairs will be Held in
Ocala Next Spring
It is well to mention at this time
a feature or tne chautauaua wnien
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 SQurrounding counties, namely,
the musical contest.
The contest will be confined to the
piano this year.
Music nas uprated many a weary
soul; it has broadened many minds;
under its "influence mankind has
be"en spurred on to overcome 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 hatti 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 selected
lected selected from among the local well
known musicians and probably one
from among the celebrated music musicians.
ians. musicians. .'.who. will appear on the pro program.
gram. program. To the "winner of the contest at
each Chautauqua Dr. Waldo will pre present
sent present a handsome' gold medal.
Absolutely no 'partiality will be
shown in the competition for the
medal. The successful contestant
will -win it simply and. solely on his
or her, merit. It therefore, behooves
each prospective contestant to put in
an active winter s sruay, especially
upon the piece to be Splayed "in the
Conditions of entrance into the
contest will be as .follows:
Any white boy of 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 he 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"
higher. ; 1
'Contestants t will he marked,
among ther things,', on the follow following:
ing: following: v
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 willirefer 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
test will be given later.
Questions They had to Answer and
Rules They had to Obey at the
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located In Ocala, 31a., Expert worn
guaranteed.' Relerences given. i
Associated with Herbert Lattrjer
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala.
Essay on Shoes.
Shoes come In pairs.
They go the same way except In the
case of solo legged persons.
Horseshoes are igns of good luck
except when planted in the middle of
one's person by the accompanying
In former times we wore shoes as
seldom as possibte.
.Our feet wt're about fouv stubs stub
border than" the stubborn glebe that
Mr! Elegy Gray writes about.
In the gentle springtime when we
first divorced the leaky winter boots
that had grown irksome the, southern
exposureof our farm feet was of about
the consistency of patent leather.
In June It resembled horn.
In September ; harveyized steel had
nothing on -our hoofs!
Between barefoot days when we at attended
tended attended Sunday school, circus orsome
other devotional exercise we wore con congress
gress congress gaiters.
The congress gaiters (one of ours is
now on .exhibition in the Smithsonian
Institution) had an elastic gore on each
cheek. Indianapolis Star.
Questions must -be kept exclusively
in the hands of the examiner until the
minute for examination on any sub-
ject. Seals to every enclosure must
be broken in the presence of the ex examinees.
aminees. examinees. The subjects must be taken In the
following order, and the examination
limited to four days:
Tuesday, A. M"., Orthography 8:30
to 11:30; Reading 11:00 to 12:30;
P. IM., Grammar.
Wednesday, A. M., Arithmetic 8:00
to 12:00; P. M., Composition and
Thursday, A. M., Agriculture 8:00
to 10:30; Civil Government 10:30 to
12:30; P. M., Theory and Practice.
Friday, A. M., Algebra; P. CM. Phy Phy-sical
sical Phy-sical Geography.
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must be taken until that subject is
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ink, must -work in full view of other
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answers to agree with the questions,
and must fasten together all sheets
on the same subject
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so that it he possible for him' to read
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or other thing from -which 'help might
be obtained;- (3) shall speak to any
person; (4) shall overlook another's
work; (5) shall ask the examiner
the meaning of any question; (6)
shall sleave his seat .without permis
sion; (7) shall leave the room more
than once, or remain out longer than
ten minutes; (8) shall pass Qr throw
anything about the room; (9) shall
place on any .paper any mafk calcu
lated to:disclose its author
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tions will he '"deemed sufficient cause
for exculding 'any 'paper from the
grading committee, or for nullifying
a iwhole county examination.
(a) Tell what constitutes the solar
system, (b) name the planets in the
order of their distance from the sun
'Five credits each.
Give the chief ingredients of the
atmosphere and the proportion in
which they exist in the air. Ten cred
iName the four -principal' .condi
tions which modify temperature; and
exrlain the effects of each. Ten
Define evaporation, and state the
various condition under which'evap which'evap-oration
oration which'evap-oration is accelerated. Ten credits.
Define isothermal and give the iso
therms that hound the ftiree horizon horizontal
tal horizontal zones of vegetation Ten credits.
Locate the six zoological regions
into which animal life is distributed,
and name animals characteristic of
each region. Ten credits.
Discuss four ways by which moun mountains
tains mountains have-been' formed. Ten credits.
(a) Compare the river systems of
South America with those of
America. (b) 'Name and
lowest depression on -the earth's sur surface.
face. surface. Ten credits. v
Discuss the effects of deposition
by large rivers and cite important in instances
stances instances in which obstructions thus
formed have been removed. Ten
Describe gej'sers, give their cause
and locate at least two very impor important
tant important ones. Ten credits.
Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick
requests your presence at her
Annual Fall Opening Exhibition
Beginning Monday, September 28th.
Ocala House Block
Ta tight by Example.
Mrs. Mordecal Hammerfest turned
pale as her husband entered the dining
room for breakfast.
"Mordy." she gasped, "do you don't
you feel well?"
'Perfectly.' be replied tn seeming
"But but you-are in your"
"Tell me something 1 don't knQw
Pass the butter, please."
She passed the butter, remarking
nervously, "But, Mordy, dear, as yon
came in I saw you didn't have any
'Well, what of It? Your hair Is In
curl papers. Isn't it?"
"And you have on a wrapper."
"Very well, then."
And he went on eating his breakfast
In silence except, when be asked her to
pass the butter. Then he went ,up-
stairs and finished dressing, and the
next morning and on succeeding morn mornings
ings mornings she reported for breakfast In reg
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The Burns cottage at Ayr is under
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The birthplace of the poet had up till
that time been in use as a public
house. The trustees abandoned the
license and after a time removed a
hall t and other extraneous buildings
which had been added to the premises
and restord jhe cottage buildings as
nearly as 'possible to the state they
may have been In in Burns' time. A
new museum was built at the north northeast
east northeast corner of the grounds Most of
the relics were removed to the muse museum,
um, museum, which now contain a priceless
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After a Rough Voyage, Hospital Ship
Red Cross, Reached England
Falmouth, England, Sept. 2G.
Three dajs of rough weather failed
to dampen the enthusiasm of the
American surgeons and nurses on
the .American hospital ship Red
Cross, which reached here yesterday,
after a 12-day voyage from New
Members of the hospital party im immediately
mediately immediately were granted shore liberty
as the Red Cross will remain here
several days pending completion of
plans for sending the various units
into th field.
The destination of the sixty nurses
and surgeons7 which have been as assigned
signed assigned to the British army has not
yet been determined. The Russian
unit will leave September 30 for
Russia via Bergen and Stockholm.
The Red Cross itself will sail Sept.
30 for Pauillac, France, where the
French contingent will be landed,
and -from Pauillac to Rotterdam,
where the German andx Austrian
units .will be disembarked about Oct.
10. Since it is impossible to 'land
the (Austrian unit at Trieste, as re requested
quested requested 'by the dual monarchy, the
party will proceed to Vienna via
'Rotterdam and (Berlin.
Belgium has declined the services
of nurses and surgeons, but has ac accepted
cepted accepted gratefully medical supplies,
forty tons of which will be sent from
Rotterdam to any Belgian city desig designated."
nated." designated." Two units, each consisting of
three surgeons and twelve nurses,
will be' sent with the German, Brit British,
ish, British, 'French, Russian, and Austrian
armies. One unit already has toeen
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ed requested 'by the army medical officers of the
country in which it is assigned.
OCAIA SCHOCIi OF MUSIC
Will Reopen on the First of October
The Ocala School of ttlusic will be begin
gin begin its seventh term in musical in instruction,
struction, instruction, Thursday October .1,1914.
All former pupils and others wishing
places will -please call at the'studio,
No. 1 Fort King avenue (over Jerry
Burnett's tailor snop) between 1 and
6 p.-m., Wednesday, Sept. 30, to ar arrange
range arrange lesson' hours.
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Beef In Boston In 1740.
A writer In the Yale Review, who
notes. that in 1740 beef could be bought
in Boston at 12 cents a pound, seems
to imply that that price was all It was
worth, ."Invariably a steak for dinner
f was heralded by the vigorous pounding
witn tne potato masher wielded by the
stalwart arm of the cook.' The, meat
In fact, often came, he tells us, from
the carcass of "a cow s that no longer
gav milk or a bull that had lost its
1 ; Glove Silver. ;
Glove 'silver was 'the strange name
given to a custom which prevailed In
England'during the middle ages name-,
ly, the granting of a certain sum of
money to servants to buy gloves with
on Lammas day, kr,' as It Is called now,
bank' holiday. London Saturday Re
Fancy stationery in the late crash
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What, the superior man seeks Is in
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SCARED BY A FISH
Or Maybe It Was a New Species
of Inland Sea Monster.
A VISION IN RED EAGLE LAKE.
It Couldn't Have Been, a Dream,' the
Angler Admits That, Nor a Bear, Nor
a Shark, Though It Did Look Like a
Dog, but Anyhow and Luckily It Got
In camp on Red Eagle lake in the
Glacier National park, devoured by
mosquitoes as big as cultures, as flerjee
as tigers and as numerous as drops of
water In the Paciiic ocean! ;
This is a bad beginning for a fish
story. The language seems to suggest
that the narrator has already become
unreliable. As a matter of fact, piirases
which are strictly accurate may be
palpably misleading. -The
language of hyperbole is needed
to present an adequate picture. Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps the mosquitoes are not quite so
big or fierce or numerous as stated, but
they seem to be. ( J
But to the fish story. And the lan language
guage language of vivid metaphor shall be laid
aside. What follows is fact "un "unadorned,
adorned, "unadorned, unexaggerated fact.. I could
not have dreamed it I cannot even
now that I have begun to put pen to
paper hope to tell it in such a way as
to bring the scene with realizing ear earnestness
nestness earnestness before the eye of my brother
anglers. J' :,
It was evening. I was on the lake
alone in my little canvas boat -Thet u H T V. t
fishing had been good.. Iwas return returning
ing returning to camp satisfied. The sack of fish,
my fishing kit discarded tackle, the
net, etc., lying at .the bottom of the
boat, it seemed safer to leave, the rod
to poke out over the stern, the files
trailing, the water out of mischief as
I thought, where, they coulcJ not get
tangledwith any of the truck.
So' I rowed along gently. -happy, in
the slaughter I had accomplished' and
-wishing my friends had been with-me
to do their share. And the rod shot
over the stern of the. boat before my
very eyes! ...
I had the presence of mind not to
make a forward .dart- and grab for 'it
as' it disappeared. Such a violent move movement
ment movement would undoubtedly, have ? col collapsed
lapsed collapsed my collapsible boat I. sat in
speechless amazement, too startled for
thought j f s
And then close by -a mighty splash splashing
ing splashing and plunging. I turned and saw
on the top-, of the water something
swiinming. a red brovfn head and
shoulders. I was frightened. It was
so huge. : .
I thought of a bear, of a shark, and
stories of sea monsters flashed through
my mind. The thing was :swlmming
slowly. AYbat I could see of it look looked
ed looked for all the world like the head of a
magnificent St' Bernard dog I used to
Then I came to myself. 1 realized that
tnls was a fish of a species not known
to me and of an incredible, unheard of
size. He had taken my fly, had hook hooked
ed hooked himself on to the rod which he had
dragged overboard and was swimming
slowly because be was drawing ,,it
along the bottom of jthe lake!
I chased him. He dived, came up
again with a splashing like that of
an elephant in a pond and smashed
down again; Almost I could keep up
with him. so slowly did. he swim and
so much time" did he waste in his
frantic efforts to get free.
If 1 had been able to row properly,
facing in a direction opposite to the
one in which J was moving, I believe
I could have overtaken him.. But I
needed to keep my eye. on" him. and
so had to backwater with the oars.
losing power, at every stroke. 1 was
thinking slowly. I was still too stun stun-ned
ned stun-ned to think normally. I was puzzled
by the fact that such, a monster did
not break my frail tackle In a mo
ment There was.no resistance so long
as the forty yards of line "continued
to unwind or the rod to move easily
through the water.
As often as he swung over and drop dropped
ped dropped down on the sia fpot leader It sim simply
ply simply yielded beneath him. Five times
he rose, and the fifth time I was quite
near him. He seemed to be anything
from four feet to six feet long. I have
at -home n'muskellunge which 1 caught
five years ago In the St Lawrence
river. He weighed tbirty-ltwo pounds
and meas'ures forty-seven inches. This
fellow was much bigger and more ter terrifying.
rifying. terrifying. And I have no other means of
guessing at his size and weight
, Then with the sixth leap and dive
something gavel and the monster was
seen no more. I rowed slowly back to
campactually unnerved. by the adven adventure.
ture. adventure. Literally and hev who will may
laugh at me I felt afraid to be alone
In the failing evening -light, alone on a
piece of water inhnbited by such crea
tures as the one who had pursued me
and whom I had pursued.
1 was glad to hear the friendly bail
of ray guide from the landing place of
logs which we had constructed, -to see
the glare of the campfire und to sniff
the smell of supper. Then I reckoned
up my loss a rod. S3u: a reel, $17.i0.
and a four dollar line nearly $00
worth of property at the bottom of
Red Eagle lake! Rev C. F. Aked.
D. D., LL. D., In New York American.
. Bill Did you ever take part In any
parlor, magic? Jill Oh. yes that's how
my wife hypnotized me In to. marrying
her. Yonkers Statesman.
If you wish to reach the highest b b-gin
gin b-gin at the Iowes- Syrus.
TORTURE FOR CONVICTS.
The Cruel Methods In Use In Portu Portugal's
gal's Portugal's Mozambique Colony.
Mozambique being one of the prin principal
cipal principal convict settlements of the Portu Portuguese
guese Portuguese government, many poor crea creatures
tures creatures make desperate dasbes for liber liberty
ty liberty only to be devoured by the sharks
before the eyes of their guards. It
was no .uncommon event to hear the
fortress gun boom forth, announcing
that another poor soul wns running
this ghastly gantlet of the sharks soon:
er than exist like a half starved dog
la deplorable surroundings.1.
There being no capital punishment
under Portuguese law,, many of the
convicts were of course of tb& most
desperate type notorious murderers,
and so on. Some of them, after a
certain time and as a reward for good
conduct were allowed to work on
parole, leaving the fortress Jn the
morning and returning at night ply plying
ing plying their various trddes to their own
advantage. Others of a more" danger dangerous
ous dangerous character might be seen working
in chains, on the road, guarded by
sloveily half caste sepoys. H
Outside the dungeon cells were
Whipping posts, over which poor crea creatures
tures creatures had to kneel, their arms and
legs; being bound to iron rings, while
lashes were administered with achl achl-cotte,
cotte, achl-cotte, a strip of hippo hide. Palma Palma-torla
torla Palma-torla was another torture used. Al Although
though Although illegal to Portuguese law,. It 13
nevertheless slill widely used, causing
excruciating pain." The implement
employed is a fiat spoon shaped
heavy piece of hard wood about an
inch and a half thick, with a handle
eighteen inches long., the spoon head.
Vifilnw rr 1frt f.t fori rx-i f H fl Trt Vf1iO Th
'Y Tt V T 7 t.
palms of his hands, and sharp, regu
lar blows are administered, which at
each stroke suck up the flesh. The
bravest can rarely stand more than
thirty blows, for the tortured hands
swell to double their natural size.
The sentence is often seyeralt hundred
blows, the punishment continuing ,on
K succeeding days until "Justice is sat
isfied. Sibyl Belcher in Wide World
Generosity of the Semisavage Eskimos
. zr t of Atretic Siberia.
. Probably no more .clannish and un unselfishpeople
selfishpeople unselfishpeople exist than the natives
of the arctic coast of Siberia, the low lowest
est lowest type of semisavage Eskimos." They
are ever thinking of one another's wel welfare,
fare, welfare, and If ope comes into possession
of anything o"f value he neer.thinks
of keeping it for Jilmseif but calls
the other members of the tribe to share
with him. If a wiale Is taken or a.
polar bear, caribou or walrus is killed
the meat is divided among all the
igloos. Even during the bard winter,
when there is a shortage of food, if a
seal is brought In by some fortunate
hunter the meat and blubber are equal equally
ly equally distributed.
fc Four men .from East Cape, tne Si Siberian,
berian, Siberian, side of Bering strati, were
taken aboard the whale ship Narwhal
to make up the boat crews for whaling
Jn the Arctic. All through the summer
season they remained aboard the ves vessel,
sel, vessel, doing their share of the perilous
and wearisome work. When the ves vessel
sel vessel returned to East Cape on Its way
south the captain made a pile of flour,
sugar, hard bread, calico, tobacco, car
trldges, needles and thread, tea, match matcheseverything
eseverything matcheseverything dear to the Eskimo
heart It was their wages, and the Es Eskimos
kimos Eskimos were proud of their wealth.
"The walrus hide canoes came along alongside,
side, alongside, and the four men' were taken
ashore with their riches. At the wa water's
ter's water's edge every article, was delivered
to waiting hands, and when the men
who had worked all summer for these
necessaries and lururies started for
their igloos they carried all theykept
for JbemselveS' In their hands. 'They
were almost as poor as, they were when
they started on the cruise, but, the Til Tillage,
lage, Tillage, was temporarily happy, and
were they. Exchange.
Alleged Scottish Kings.
Jests innumerable have been shower showered',
ed', showered', upon the hundred portraits of al alleged
leged alleged Scottish kings, with a strong
family likeness, especially about the
nose, which adorn Holyrond kings, al
Scott says, "who.' If they ever flourlsh flourlsh-"ed
"ed flourlsh-"ed at all. lived several hundred years
before the Invention of painting in oil
colors. The late Mr. W. C. Hazlltt
recalls the Loridon Chronicle, had a
story of a visitor who gravely Inquired
of the old woman who showed him
over the palace, "Did you do these?"
She shook her head as gravely, and hp.
added. "You might Gave done better
When the Long "S Was Abolish d.
In the latter part of February. 1800.
a London publisher instituted a trifling
though welcome improvement In print
!rt. His name was Bell, later, the
founder of the welf known Weekly
Messenger, andat the date mentioned
he caused to be submitted the short for
the long "s In the etting of certain
works he produced. His exan pie was
generally followed a year or two later.
St. James Gazette.'
Coins For Lepers.'
The Philippine government has mint mint-ihI
ihI mint-ihI n sperial coinage for use In the
Cullin hr colony. The coins are of
jihnniiiiurji and Include pieces of 1 peso
im! 2. VK .". IVVct'ntavns. They are
"u--Hpted at face r.lue for all business
nrrii'd n witliln fh oolony. but are of
lo value flsewhere. ;' .
- L .'
Whce They Agree.
Minks and hl wif never agree
txuit anything." ;,
" I lg yir. pa rdon They a gree on
rhn pfnt thai each married' a foot
GKKAT SUNDAY SCHOOL
. MEETfNG IN OCALA
Many Prominent Workers, in the
- Cause will be Here Next
Ocala has been selected as one of
four, cf ties in the state for holding a
series of meetings under the auspices
of the Sunday School Institute of the
Rev. J. M. Gross, pastor of the
Methodist church ere has had form formal
al formal notice of the" meeting which is. to
be held in the church on October
1.1th. 12 and 13th.
Several prominent speaHers h.'Ui
be present on this occasion besiiles
the state secretary of the conference.
Rev. C. W. White. It is not known
definitely just how -many "prominent
leaders will be' present, put Miss
Kilpatrick of .the Mississippi confer-. ;
ence, and Mr. J. M. Wayxof the South.
Carolina conference, have been spec specially
ially specially appointed to be here and assist
in the work. '
It Is expected that there will be
about one 'hundred delegates present
during the session, and a committee
of the Ocala Sunday schools will
shortly anake a canvass of the city to
secure homes for them, during their
stay with us.
' These meeCings are a very Impor Important
tant Important part of the church work and the
selection of Ocala as one of the plac places
es places for .noldlng the institute is a com compliment
pliment compliment to our city.
The committee to have the enter-
tainmeht of. delegates In charge, will
leave no part of their duties undone
to see that our guests are royally
entertained while with- us.
Rev. Gross extends an Varnest in-
citation to Ihe parents and teachers
as well as the -pupils of the Sunday, x
schools to join in and assist at the
meetings to make them, what they
should be. 1
A detailed program for the three
days' session -will be arranged la a
short time: ;.
. Fourteen, pounds o f su gar 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
Our candies are always fresh and
are" kept fn cool storage case3,
Gerig's. "J : 9-20-tf
Globe-Wernlcke" cabinets and safes
at The Murray Company. 9-25-3t
OGALA FRATERNAL OiEliS
.LlHION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M.V meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month fX
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
, Baxter Carn, W. M.
. Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
monh at 730 o'clock. r
, Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M;
y Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
, Tulula Lodge No. 22, 1. O. O. F.p
meets in x'ocge's Hall every Tuesday
evening a 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren., 3. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS i
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 visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. Gober.C C.
ChasK. Sage, K. of B. S. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
, -: Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
OCAL.V LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, 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 postoffice," east side.
, David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
' LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.f
meets every Thursday at 8:20 p. "u.
Visiting b ret hern always welcome ia
the lodge and club house on Mag-
nolia "street, near postoffioc.
' "' 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. AdT
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. 3L
.Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday" in every month at
7:30 -p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P. .;
. Jake .Brown, Secretary.
TIIEOCAIiA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY; SEPTEMBER 20, 1014
TOLD TOO MUCH TRUTH
WEARY OF THE WAR
SMusic at The Murray Company.
Try KiRBGER'S ice cream. 9-24-tf
New books. The Murray' Company.
The very latest IXITI XL, STA STATIONERY
TIONERY STATIONERY AT K'REGER'S. ,9-24-tf
air. John Q. Smith of Center
is in the city today.
Pictures framed The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. k 9-25-3t
School 'books at The (Murray Com
DENNISON'S lunch sets and other
paper novelties at KUEGER'S. 924-tf
cents per pound.
Fishing tackle that will bring the
fish from the water, at KREGBR'S. tf
On account of the uncertain weath weather,
er, weather, there was no band concert last
BUIST'S fresh garden seeds for
fall planting at Bitting & Knights
The trial of IHough begins in spe special
cial special session of .the circuit court iMon-
tlay. : ; ..
Prompt PRESCRIPT-ION service is
our specialty. Send them in or call
phone 284. Court Pharmacy. 9-2 3-6t
The Woodmen iheld a well attend attended
ed attended meeting last night, and received
live applications 'for tmembership.
CM r. Peyton Baileyrwho is assisting
Mr. Ed. Tucker in this .Ford auto bus business,
iness, business, recently sold a fine car to a
citizen of Umatilla. : f
Sheriff Galloway made a trip to
Mcintosh this week, found ev
erybody up that '-way getting along
fairly well, crops good and plenty 6t
oranges, which they will ; begin to
ship in three weeks. ;
A new jewelry
5ias foeen opened
in the St. George
block byJMr. J. B. IMozingo. Up to
i few weeks ago Mr. IMozingo was
the Weihe. jewelry
Closing out oursheet imusiCL stock
at 10 cents per copy regardless of
cost. Our pianos and all remaining
stock going at. unheard of prices.
This store closes Oct. 8th. iHurry if
you want bargains. A. CM. Lans Lans-ford.
ford. Lans-ford. 7 1 9-26-tf
The Oklawaha irin which is being
rebuilt by Mrs. Will Spencer is.near is.near-ing
ing is.near-ing completion-and will be ready 'for
occupancy within two weeks- Con Contractor
tractor Contractor J. T. iMcCaskill has the t-work
in charge, and it is rapidly taking
on the appearance of a 'brand vnew
- 1 Y
. 7 O'CLOCK
THE 'HORSE WR AX G IJ E It
(A two reel wild west picturel
'.' MABEL.'S 'BUSY DAY- A;
(A side-splitting Keystone comedy)
ALL the Time
ELLISV NEWS DE?OT
P. A. ELLIS, 3Ianagfr. K
AIjJj' THE LATEST MAGAZINES
Next to Cam's Grocery Store
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
Max. Min, R. F.
Sept.' l:. . . .90 '69 ..
Sept. 2. ...... .90 69 ...
Sept. Z .".89 70
Sept. 4; ... .'. 79 70
Sept. 5. 89 70
Sept. 6. 90 69
sept. l... .... .87 70
Sept. 8 .87. 68 .
Sept. 8 ...92 v 67 .28
Sept. 10. ......89 69 .28
Sept. 11 . .87, 60
Sept. 12. 89 63 ...
Sept.. 13. . . .88 68 .62
Sept. 14. ..... .89 64
Sept. 15. . . .80 67
Sept. 16. ..... .79 68 J
Sept. 17. ... . 78 67 .i
Sept. 18. ... . .'82 69 .87
Sept. 19. ...... .84 70 .87
Sept. 20. .84 72 .16
Sept. 21. .... .84r 6$
Sept. 22; J. . ..86 68
Sept. 23 ... ... .8.6 68 '
Sept. 24, .84 ' 73." 1 ;
Sept. 25 ...,... 84 72
Forecast for this Evening and
Fair tonight and Sunday.
The bcala House' will open for
lodgers 'Monday. The dining room
fwill open in about two 'weeks. The
fine old hotel lias never been so
well equipped as it is now.
The (members of the business
men's Sunday school class at the
iMethodist church are considering the
enlargement of their annex as the
membersliip lias outgrown the limit limited
ed limited quarters they- have been occupy occupying.
ing. occupying. Several new members were en en-rolled
rolled en-rolled last Sunday.- As the extension
and several other (business matters
will come up tomorrow it is desired
that a full attendance be on band.
iMr. J. W. Rollinson, superintend superintendent
ent superintendent if CVIr. E. M. iHowrd's big grove
at Auburndale, writes' to bim that
the-crop this year, is goipg tobe Al,
and adds: "Our .mayor is away, and
as president of the council I imust do
his work.. The other. day, a colored
on an was up", accused of beating Ills
wife. From the: evidence, I judged
$1.75 was "fine enough. Several white
imen tell m, if that is my ratio, they
are going to tatoe advantage of the
mayor's absence to, discipline their
Beginning tomorrow, Rev. Bunyan
Stephens, pastor -of the Baptist
church' of ; this city, will conduct a
week of evangelistic services. iRev.
Stevens is a anost logical and fluent
speaker. This opportunity for union
prayers is 'most timely and in accord accordance
ance accordance with the proclamation from
the president for peace. The services
will continue until Octo-ber 4th, the
day set apart' for prayer all over the
Union, and it is hoped our people
will respond in a holy, humble spirit,
to do their -best in belping to bring
abo" the one greatly desired thing,
peace throughout the world.
, Jt will be of interest to many in
the city and county to learn that 'Mrs.
D. tI: iRoberts of Dunnellon has been
selected 'by .the school iboard to take
charge of the Ocala 'dormitory in. the
old school buildin. tMrs. iRoberts
will open the-.house next week, and
any boys or girls wishing to attend
the schools of our city can be assur assured
ed assured of the verybestof "home caTe and
Closing out our sheet music stack
at 10 cents per copy regardless of
cost. Our pianos and all remaining
stock going at unheard of prices.
This store closes Oct. Sth. Hurry if
What Ailed the Senate.
had received' at last the -position that
fulfilled his ambitions.- He held the
job, of sweeping the steps on the east
side of the senate end of the capitol.
Finding himself in this prominent
rplace he set about mastering the leg
islative and parliamertary phrases
that are batted about so freely in the
senatorial presence. -One day a party
of tourists, were disappointed when
they round, upon arriving at the' capi capitol,
tol, capitol, that the senate was not in session.
"I wonder whats the matter with
senators tcday,' said a woman in
party to old John. "I ain't sartin," he
replied judicialiy, "but I spec dej
ocLv.- Luk an abscess.," Populai
Magazine : ;
1 " i
Water From Underground.
'Southern Belgium is likely to se secure
cure secure a. great water supply from an
underground lake which was discover
,ed a short time ago.. At present it
is dependent on rain-water.
Socialist PajMr in Germany Conipell Conipell-til
til Conipell-til to Susentl
Amsterdam, Sept. 26 The Nieu
Van den Dag says that the Berlin
Voaerwarts, which yesterday was or ordered
dered ordered suspended for three days, was
suppressed for stating in an article
that the German advance was in re reality
ality reality a retreat.
FINE HOUSES LOST
New York, Sept. 26. The under undertaking
taking undertaking establishment and stables of
John .Donohoe, at East Seventy-first
street, turned today. Two 'hundred
horses were incinerated.
DR. D. 31. BONEY
Eyesight specialist; office" and labora laboratory
tory laboratory 2-6 Gary building. A specialty
of correcting vision wnere -others
PRETTY' CORNER LOT
The pretty corner (two lots) im immediately
mediately immediately west of the new North
Ocala church for sale.1 Very cheap
for cash. R. R.- Carroll. 9-8-tf
v Indexers have been responsible for
'many errors, but possibly the strang strangest
est strangest example of curious indexing occurs
In a law book. Turning over its In Index,
dex, Index, a correspondent .of the London
Chronicle noted the entry: "Best, Mr.
Justice, His Great Mind," and refer reference
ence reference to the page brought this? "Mr.
tlustlce Best said he had a great mind
to commit the witness for contempt
Pouring Houses to Be Great Sport.
Pouring houses, not pourings tea
is going to be the great sport of wom women's
en's women's clubs in the next decade, accord according
ing according to Mrs. Isa Maud Ilsen. lecturer
and Qnly woman representative of
Thomas A. Edison. And.'a pleasant
time the guests are going to have,"
she said. ''All they'll have to do Is
sit and watch a porch drip out here, a
geegaw decoration there, or criticize
the size of the refrigerator or the
funny little window in the den. It
won't take more" than an hour' Mrs.
Ilsen is proud of the fact that, she
Is the only woman representative of
the "Wizard.". She admits there are
5,000 men who act for him, but that
does not diminish her glory.
"Why Is it that a man won't wash
his face with a washcloth?" demanded
Mrs. Wombat. "Men haven't time for
all that foolishness," said Mr. Wom Wombat.
bat. Wombat. "First you have to wash your
face and then you have to wash tho
washcloth." Louisville Courier-Journal.
V- .' -nT
To Get Rid of Red Ants.,
Red ants can make a house almost
uninhabitable. One can get rid of
them, however, if one know.s how. The
first thing to do is to find the place
they come from I. e., where their
nest is. If It be in an accessible spot,
a little kerosene will quickly stop tho
trouble. On the other hand.-if the
nest be in the wall or under the 'tHbor,
find the nearesf accessible point, and
kill the insects off as they appear.
.There are many whose aim seems
to be prominence; but that quality,
they should remember Is possessed
by a wart on the nose. Brander.
Lost Found, Wanted, For "Sale
For Rsnt and Similar Local Needs
LOST An onyx and gold bracelet,
set with 'pearls. Suitable re ward
for its return to Star office. 9-2 1-tf
LOST Saturday night, hunting case
gold watch, tNew York Standard.
Initials inside foack" case,.'!. S."
Return to Star and receive re reward.
ward. reward. 9-21-Ct
FOR SALE Sa'wed 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 ,v E.,2:id
! street. 9-17-tf.
FOR RENT A "nicely furnishel
room withNor without board; one
or" the teachers preferred. .212
Orange avenue. 9-22-Gt
WANTED To buy fresh
in good condition,' to
quarts or more per day.
breed and price. Au
WANTED A short order cook (a
man): one who will register 100
cents on the .dollar. -See Jos. W.
FOR SALE! A gas stove and a gas
instantaneous. heater; both in good
repair. Call on S. H. Christian at
Opinions of Many German People
London, Sept. 2C.--Despite the
watchfulness of the German authori authorities,
ties, authorities, says a dispatch from Coppen Coppen-hagen
hagen Coppen-hagen to the London Evening News,
posters proclaiming "we want peace;
down with the kaiser," are appearing
on wall of buildings in Berlin.
CAPTURED A HUNCH OF
THE KAISER'S AIR CRAFT
Aviator?; .Picked Out an Unhealthy
Place for Repair Operations
London, Sept. 26. The corres-
pondent of the Daily Telegraph in J
France says: I
"There is considerable elation In
the allies lines over the capture of
five German aeroplanes by a Frencn
"Twenty cavalrymen, penetrating
into a thickly wooded country, enter entered
ed entered a clearing twhere the rich prize
awaited them. The aviators and a
number of mechanics at the time
were engaged in overhauling five
Taube aeroplanes. ..
"The patrol made a dash to, round
up lot, but. met -with fierce resis resistance
tance resistance and twelve cavalrymen were
killed before the airmen were beaten.
Their aeroplanes will never fly
New York, Sept. 25, 7 p." m.
German west and center -slowly giv giving.
ing. giving. '
Seven thousand Servians reported
iRussian forces are reported to be
marching on Breslau in the east.
Reported Germans lost 4 10,000
men in the Verdun conflict.
Let us furnish you clean fresh
seeds direct from the BUIST'S gar gardens
dens gardens for your fall-planting. Bitting
& Knight drugstore. 9-lS-tf
One fix and
No. 8 Aluminum
To Get this Set of High Grade Fiire Aluminu
. ; '. C6oMngv Ware Free?
W t;j -o
l 'gfti -?:
The Only Range made with
AIiiniinixni-Fused Rimt-I'roof FIue.
I IN I
I wal imskii mmm
. Queerest Word in Language.
Pocket-handkerchief Is the queerest
, word In the language. At first it was
kerchief (couvre-chef). a covering for
the head: then it beca'meiandkerchlef,
hand, and at last pocket-handkerchief,
a covering for the head held In the
hand and kept In the pocket.
EVERYDAY Until' October 5th, at which
time ourSpecial Sale ends, we will
give absolutely FREE with each cash
purchase of $7.50, a
' 9x12 JAP ART SQUARE.
It will pay you to come and look over our Fall Lines before
making your school purchases, as we will save you money
rm TTTT TT"! -T't:
'OCALA'S UXHERSELLIXO STORE"
"Don't Pay More.
p ' : 2 i
Ote foar-qntrt Alamlnusi
Price $1.25. i
A (SEE AT R ANGE
THIS WEEK ONLY
Surely -you will miss the dn;x)rainlty to 1uy the best range
made and be presented with a $12.00 ket of 'High Grade Pure
Aluminum Cooking Ware. This Is ,the greatest, range bargain
;we have ever been able to offervotrri customers.
There Is no other range sold as good as the South Rend Mal Malleable.
leable. Malleable. It has patented Ai n fTnui a Fu s e d Rust-Proof Flues,
so many ether points of advantage over pther ranges we have,
not room to mention them, bujt t fie' 'expert demonstrator, who
will 'be at our store all theT week, will show them all, and you
twill agree with us there is 'other range like it in the world.
-Remember, your chance, to get the set of Aluminum Cooking
Ware with the range ends tb Is week- Don't rmlss it. Come at
once. There will be useful souvenirs; given away. Remember
the date and place. ';'' ;
laiif 4wm(e dDo
Hit Kind Heart.
Master of the House, sternly Tc
told my tailor when he came to ccr
lect his bill yesterday' that I owed y
6lx months wages. How came
to be so Indiscreet?" The Servacf
"I meant no harm, sir I only wan
to console him a bit. sir, 'e seem,
that down'earted. sir.
N., J VI U JJ I
Al ami nam
. Price 65c