OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 19M
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Y SUNDAY THEY
JSER'S MIGHTY WAR 1CH
Paris, Sept. 28. It is officially an announced
nounced announced at three p. m. today that the
desperate attacks Mby Germans be be-tween
tween be-tween the Aisne river and the Ar Ar-gonne
gonne Ar-gonne forest were repulsed by the al allies.
lies. allies. The' general situation is tin-
changed, 'but changes -are made con continually
tinually continually by the Germans at certain
points. No mention is made of the
situation on the east and west wings,
where it is known the 'heaviest fight fighting
ing fighting Is progressing.
"A ibreak must come soon," says
one high authority. "Though the
recuperative powers and repeated at attacks
tacks attacks of the -Germans are amazing,
all realize the final result will toe in
'favor of the allies." V
, '-Many Attacks Repulsed
Desperate attacks made by the
Germans on the western end of the
long line of 'battle resulted Sunday in
the most ifurious .fighting that has
taken place since the 'beginning of
the. 'campaign.. 1 ;'; '
Alter fighting without respite
night and day corps after corps of
Germans was hurled against the
flower of the French and English
armies only to be thrown ;back.
SAY THE FRENCH FORTS AVERE
iBerlin, Sept. '2.- Part of the
French 'forts along the ttleuse, south
- of Verdun have tbeen silenced by
German artillery. The Germans gain gain-"
" gain-" ed ground at the center of the battle
line. 'Heavy figliting continues on
both wings. This is the official state state-ment.
ment. state-ment. There have been heavy losses
of the enemy by bayonet charges.
ON THE EAST
i The enemy is bringing up reserves
-'on the east. The Germans have ad advanced
vanced advanced over twenty miles in the
' Suwalki district, though the Rus Rus-.
. Rus-. ' sians are making a determined re re-IVl5
IVl5 re-IVl5 distance.
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LAST RESERVES OCT
Old Men Going to Fight the Slavonic
Chiasso, Switzerland,' Sept. 28.
The last class 'of (Austrian reservists,
consisting of aged .men, 'has ;been
called and sent to Galicia to fight the
DR. D. M. BOXEY
Eyesight specialist; office and labora laboratory
tory laboratory 2-6 Gary building. A specialty
of correcting vision wnere others
IE SHOWS THE EFFECT OF
GERMANS SPAKE TROOPS FROM
FRANCE TO ATTACK THE
Antwerp, Sept. 28. "Despite the
tremendous strain upon the troops in
'France, the Germans continue 'to
press northward, evidently intending
to attack the forts at Antwerp. The
Germans are bombarding iMalines.
UNCERTAIN ALU ES
Yaqui Indians Reported to Have
; -Turned 'Against. Villa ;
Xaco, Ariz., Sept. 28.- The Yaqui
Indians have mutinied against Villa
and threatened to join the Carranza
ON THEIR WAY ACROSS
FIoAver of Canadian Soldiery Goes to
Do Battle in France
Quebec, Sept. 24. -Nineteen trans transports,
ports, transports, carrying 33,000 Canadian sol soldiers
diers soldiers sailed today for France. They
are the flower of the Canadian mili military.
tary. military. : -
SENDING MORE SOLDIERS
Rg Force of American Cavalry Sent
to Mexican Border
Douglas, Ariz., Sept. 28. Five
more troops of cavalry have ibeen
stationed on the 'main, border to pre prevent
vent prevent any violation of United States
FRENCH SHIP AVON A FIGHT
Auxiliary German Cruisers Sunk Off
Bordeaux, Sept. 28. The admir admiralty
alty admiralty announced today that a French
warship sunk two German auxiliaries
in Corisco Bay, off South (Africa.
KAISER IN C03I3IAND
Of the Troops Striving Against the
' Russian Advance in the East
Petrograd, Sept. 28. It is report reported
ed reported positively that the kaiser is now
in East Prussia.
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CARRAilZA FOR OIICE SEEMS TO HAVE GOME 1
A SENSIBLE CONCLUSION
(Mexico City, Sept. 28. 'Carranza
has authorized the statement that if
the elimination of the leaders in the
revolt that resulted in Jihe overthrow
of Huerta can 'bring peace to IMexico,
he is willing to withdraw, providing
that Villa agrees to do. the same.
A reputation bearing this proposal is
now on the way to see Villa. Gen Generals
erals Generals Obregon, Blanco and Gonzales
have agreed to follow the example of
One prominent general said: "It
must be peace now, or intenvention."
GERM All AVIATOR
BROKE IN PARIS SUNDAY REST
WITH A SHOWER OF
Paris, Sept. 2S.: Four bombs
were dropped on Paris from a Ger German
man German aeroplane' yesterday. One mis missile
sile missile exploded in Avenue du Trocadeso
and 'blew off the head of a man stand standing
ing standing on the corner with his daughter.
The child was wounded. The other
tbomb did little damage.
COULDNT DODGE THE v
One of the Kaiser's; Dirigibles was
Brought Down at Warsaw
'London, Sept. 2 7. A Zeppelin air airship
ship airship tmade a Taid on Warsaw at
5 o'clock Saturday morning, says the
Warsaw correspondent of the 'Ren 'Renter
ter 'Renter Telegraph Company. "The dirig dirigible
ible dirigible was shot down near the fortress
Modlin and its crew captured. ;The
operators of the Zeppelin previously
had dropped two bombs near the sta station
tion station of the Kalis railroad. Only one
of the bombs exploded and this caus caused
ed caused little damage."
ILL LUCK FOR THE OLEG
Fine Russian Cruiser Wrecked off
the Coast of Finland
Stockholm, Sept. 28 The Russian
cruiser Oleg'is reported to have been
wrecked off the coast of Finland.
COULDN'T TAKE CATTARO
Allies Fleets Have Suffered a Repulse
in the Adriatic
Vienna, Sept. 28. It is officially
reported that the allies' warships at attempting
tempting attempting to bombard Cattaro suffer suffered
ed suffered heavy damage and were forced to
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.
Thi3 store closes Oct. Sth. Hurry if
you want bargains. A. MM. Lans Lans-ford.
ford. Lans-ford. 9-2C-tf
FEVER FOLLOWS FIGHTING AND
London, Sept. 28. An epidemic of
typhoid fever in spreading through
the German army in France as the
result of the men being exposed to
'chilly, rainy weather, sleeping in
'muddy trenches and getting insuffi insufficient
cient insufficient food. There is some sickness
in the allies armies though their
troops are much better cared for.
CHOLERA -RA VICING TRIESTE
' Rome, j Sept. 28. 'An epidemic of
cholera U ravaging Trieste. The res residents
idents residents are fleeing. f
J.YPS ANiriJRITISH HAVE TAKEN
. OUTWORKS OF GERMANS
Tokio, Sept. 28. It Is officially re reported
ported reported that fighting between the
Anglo-Japanese and Germans at
Tsing Tao has .been continuous for
the past forty hours. The Outlying
trenches have been taken by the al allies.
lies. allies. The losses were comparatively
AN ATTACK ON ANTWERP
In Great Force by the Germans is
London, Sept. 27. A dispatch to
the Central News Agency from Am Amsterdam
sterdam Amsterdam says:
"It appears that the German attack
Ion .Antwerp is likely to begin at an
early date. For some days past large
bodies of troops have been conveyed
from Aix-la-Chappelle to the district
east and south of. Antwerp.
".Heavy siege guns have arrived
and have been placed in position
against the southern forts, while on
the eastern side 'heavy Austrian ho howitzers
witzers howitzers have been Jbrought up and
earth works have tbeen constructed.
SHOT UP A WIRELESS STATION
British Bomhanled Lai on the Caro Caroline
line Caroline Island of Yap
Manila, Sept. 2S. British war warships
ships warships bombarded the town, of Lai,
Island of Yap, Caroline group, de destroying
stroying destroying the German wireless sta station,
tion, station, the town was burned.
'Whpn vnit n o o 1 ctoMn
rrt t n
U U U U SS U U U bS U U SSF VS V
DECISIVE VICTORY OVER ISTRiiS ALOH
ADMIT THAT SARAJEVO
THEIR OWN ARMY
Xish, Sept. 2S. It was officially
stated today that Servians had won
another decisive victory along the
Drina river over 300,000 'Austrians.
The Servians and (Montenegrins
who continue to advance on Sara Sarajevo
jevo Sarajevo have arrived on the plateau,
twenty miles east.
The Servians lost heavily in a hat hat-tie
tie hat-tie in the mountain passes southwest
of Krupanl. f
BILL PASSED BEFORE THE CON CON-;
; CON-; GRESSMEN LEAVE FOR
Washington Sept. 28. Though
strong opposition has developed, the
president will insist that the ship
purchase bill be passed at this ses session
sion session of Congress. He regards the
measure as an emergency necessity.
. SMILES AT THE STORY
BernstofT Ioesnt Think Reasonable
People will Believe Stenenger is
New York, Sept. 27. Count Von
Bernstoff, the German ambassador,
smiles over the story from the Lon London
don London Chronicle's Bordeaux correspond correspondent
ent correspondent that the German general, Sten Stenenger,
enger, Stenenger, ordered his troops to take no
prisoners, but to kill all who fell in
their hands, as well as to kill all
wounded, -whether armed or unarm unarmed,
ed, unarmed, s
MHow ridiculous," the count said,
"Surely no one, even though their
sympathies are not with 'the Ger Germans,
mans, Germans, will believe that impossible re
port. It is laughable."
SENDING MEN SOUTH
Villa Moving on Carranza with Ids
El Paso, Sept. 27. Troop move movements
ments movements in (Mexico indicate that Gener General
al General Villa soon will attack the forces of
Carranza. Ten trains of Villa's sold
iers left Chihuahua yesterday for
Saltillo. Other troop trains are mov moving
ing moving south from Torreon.
'Villa Is expected to leave Governor
iMaytorena of Sonora to handle his
campaign against Carranza's forces
in that state.
DIRECT FROM THE MILLS TO YOU
SAVE THE MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT.
Compare Material and Workmanship with others
that cost you $25 TO $35.
TAKEN AND HEAVY LOSS III
PUTS ARMY OF VON KLUCK IN A
Ostend, Sept. 28. 'Unconfinmed re reports
ports reports received today from 'Mons, tha
headquarters of General Boehen,
state that the -Germans have sent re reinforcements
inforcements reinforcements to Gen. Von Kluck. The The-blowing
blowing The-blowing np of a railroad .bridge be between
tween between Brussels and IMons has placed
the 'German right -wing In a serious,
ALL HEATHEN LOOK ALIKE
TO EACH OTHEU
CIdnese Chum with Japs on the Way
to Kiao Chan
Wei aisien, Sept. 27, via Pekfir
Two hundred Japanese entered Wei
Hsien and occupied theVnilroad sta station,
tion, station, capturing four Germans. The
Chinese troops encamped nearby are
fraternizing with the Japanese sold-,
iers. Rail communication to the
east and west of this town has been
FORTIFIED ON THE FRONTIER
Irritating Series of Border Fihi
in Probably on Again
Caco, Mexico, Sept. 27. General
Benjamin Hill's force of about 1,500
men, with machine guns and plenty
of ammunition, is prepared to resist
another attack by Governor Alaytore Alaytore-na's
na's Alaytore-na's men. Reliable information con concerning
cerning concerning Friday's fight at Santa Bar Barbara,
bara, Barbara, In which 3IilI was defeated,
gives 'Hill's loss at about 90 men
killed or mounded and left on tins
battlefield. Thirty-five wounded were
brought here. -General 'Hill's men
say that IMaytorena lost twenty-eight
killed and eighty-two wounded.
Xaco is toeing entrenched with a
semi-circle of ditches stretching -from
the international boundry on 'both
side3 of the town. Hill's troops are
lying on their arms in the trenches.
awaiting the approach of Maytorena.
Fishing tackle that will bring the
fish from the water at KREGER'S. tf
Prompt PRESCRIPTION service is
our specialty. Send them in or call
phone 284. Court Pharmacy. 9-23-Gt
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THE OCALi EVENING STAR, 3IOXDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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J. IF. Benjamin, Editor
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years," said Mr. Bryan, "and in that
time I have me: no braver man than
Woodrow Wilson. He was the brav bravest
est bravest man in the nation when we were
passing through the recent Mexican
crisis. The president knew the sit situation
uation situation tetter than anybody else, and
tonight every mother in the country
is thanking God because Woodrow
Wilson did not send her son to war
in Mexico. Had the president listen listened
ed listened to the clamor for war which came
from certain quarters he would not
now ,be in a position where the war warring
ring warring nations of Europe ask the United
States to look after their diplomatic
MAKING READY FOR SCHOOL
OPENING NEXT MONDAY
ner. Next to it is the dining room,
in which the girls will be instructed
in the best manner to set a table,
and other necessary accomplish accomplishments.
In the basement also will be a very
complete little emergency hospital,
with cots, for accommodation of
pupils who may be taken ill. In con connection
nection connection with this, all the pupils will
be taught, how to render first aid to
the Injured, and some other very
General Election November
For United iStates Senator:
DUNGAN U. 'FLETCHER.
For Congressman, 2nd District:
For Commissioner of Agriculture:
For Justice of Supreme Court:
CT. W. SHACKLE FORD.
W. !M. ELLIS.
For State Senator, 20th District:
W. J. CROSBY.
W. T. HENDERSON.
For Tax 'Assessor:
For Tax Collector:
W. L. COLBERT
"For County Treasurer:
JOHN 51. GRAHAM,
For County Commissioners:
.W. IX CARN.
J. T. 1IUTCHINS.
N. A. FORT.
S. R. PYLES.
For Members School Board:
G. S. SCOTT.
B. R. BLITCH.
J. S. GRANTHAM.
from July, '61 to April, '65. It took
the Union armies almost four years
to advance as far as the Russians
have in six weeks. But the Aus Aus-trians
trians Aus-trians are no such fighters as the
gray-clad men who followed Lee and
Editor (Benjamin of the Ocala Star
is prejudiced against the Mutt and
Jeff pictures on account of the resem resemblance
blance resemblance the former bears to him. 'Or 'Orlando
lando 'Orlando Sentinel.
There are some things too griev grievous
ous grievous to be borne. In spite of the
state law against it, we do hereby
challenge Hugh Sparkman to mortal
.The state 'debt of 'Florida is about
Large areas of phosphate deposits
3rave been discovered in Montana and
-adjacent states. r
J.'-W. White's Fraternal Record
Cor September is out and full of
p;ood things for all the lodge brethren.
Carhajal rented 'his villa on the
T)ay shore of Tampa Carranza will
have to rent his on the battlefield.
He will he worse rent than Villa
'when the smoke clears.
Isn't Governor Trammel! a lovely
man? He has recently developed a
great deal of interest for the welfare
of the dear (farmer. Wonder what
he wants the farmer to do for
him?- Florida Grower's iNews.
(Very impolite in7 you to insinuate
that the governor is not wholly disinterested.
An exchange says that a new at attachment
tachment attachment for automobiles is out. It
is a music box and when the car is
driven less than twenty miles an
hour it plays "Home Sweet Home"
When the car is driven faster than
thirty miles an hour it plays, "'Nearer,
Iy God, to Thee." Miami Metrop Metropolis.
What does it play when one
joy-riding? Clearwater Sun:
Auto play h
One of our leading real estate men
informs us that a number of people
are here from Arkansas and .Mis .Missouri,
souri, .Missouri, asking to be shown the virtues
of our land and climate. People
from up that way generally 'make
mighty -good citizens and cracker cracker-jack
jack cracker-jack farmers, and the Star can as assure
sure assure them they can't find any part of
Florida in which it is easier to make
an all-around living.
In the general election in .Novem .November
ber .November the people of Florida will vote to
adopt or reject two constitutional
amendments. In the past it has been
a notable fact that constitutional
amendments have received very little
attention from the voters, the vote
being light in nearly all cases except
when the prohibition amendment
was rejected in 1910. (No doubt this
is because the amendments are not
thoroughly discussed. One of the
amendments to be voted upon this
year abolished, the office of county
treasurer and the other gives the leg
islature the right to fix the salaries
of justice of the supreme court and
circuit judges. At present the sal
aries of these judges are fixed by the
constitution. Pensacola 'News.
The first amendment should be de
feated, the second adopted. The of
fice of country treasurer is an useful
one, and should be maintained. A
justice of the supreme court receives
$3000 a year and a .circuit court
judge $2,500. Neither would be
enough for a first-class editor, let
alone a first class lawyer, such as a
justice or judge should be.
Out In West Florida the other day
two men were shot and killed n a
row over a hog. 'Human life evident
ly has a low valuation in some places.
They are 'being shot br the thou
sand for less reason in Europe.
PITH AND POINT
Some Timely Remarks by the Lead
ing Papers of the State
Florida needs to plant miore and
bay less. Tampa Tribune.
Dr. 1R. T. Weaver lias returned
Itho 'battle of (Santa Barbara on the ffrom Dade City, where he put in
-Mexican 'border was not even an out outmost
most outmost skirmish compared with the
tremendous hattles going on in Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. But it -meant more trouble .for
the United States.
some good work for the Florida Veg Vegetable
etable Vegetable Marketing Bureau. He found
the people enthusiastic 'for the work.
In spite of the short notice given,
I s v Cohe. Txry Ohe of Our.
m i i imM I s t i r i j
S lf7, ..V' AVrrV
This war Is a proof of the necessi necessity
ty necessity of having a world's court to try
disputes between nations, with suffic
ient power back of It to enforce its
It is quite evident that this country
is not the only one that has a large
supply of undiplomatic diplomats. -Times-Union.
(Florida ought to be raising enough
corn ifor this state's supply, and to
ship an enormous amount out of the
state. We need more -corn grow growers.
ers. growers. Florida 'Metropolis.
Occassionally a motorist may be
Sunday, a great many people went
to the new high school building and
took a good look at the edifice in
which their children will be taught
in this and the following years.
Among the visitors, were a good
many school girls, and some school
boys. The girls naturally take a
close interest in" their new school
home, but most of the boys, thinking
they will see enough of it when the
time comes, stay away until they
have to go.
Among the visitors were County
Superintendent of Schools Rrinson
and the editor of the Star, both of
whom garnered their early lessons in
log cabin academies, where you could
sling a cat thru the cracks in the
walls. This was supplemented with
before the fire study, a la Abraham
Lincoln, in the evening, and hoth are
higher in one shoulder than the other
from the position nece'ssary in hold holding
ing holding a book to the fire light. Mr.
Brinson graduated into -a higher
school and the editor into a printing
office, and neither will die rich.
The visitors were shown thru the
new building by iMr. J. H. Eames of
Jacksonville, the supervisor or con construction,
struction, construction, who has foeen the huffer
state between the school iboard and
the contractors. As the school 'board
only wanted honest work, as the con contractors
tractors contractors were willing to give It', and
as (Mr. Eames knows his business,
and ds a born diplomat, the work has
gone on harmoniously and is being
There is considerable work to do
yet in the way of putting in fittings
and cleaning up the buildings and
grounds, but all the main work is
finished and those who went thru the
building Siinday can tell just what it
will be like.
It is a three-floor .building, with a
solid, roomy .basement and two airy,
well lighted upper floors. The
science of school construction has
been actively applied to it. There is
not a better equipped building of its
size in the state, so we are informed
by those capable of delivering the
'Next iMonday morning, when I $:XXXXXKXXX2-XX XXKXXXMXX
school opens,. each teacher of the low lower
er lower classes will assemble her scholars
in their own room. These rooms are
a pleasure to iook at. They are
large and airy, and the desks 'are so
arranged that the light will fall over
each pupil's left shoulder. In the
corner room, it will come from iie
back as well. Anybody who writes or
figures can understand what this ar
rangement means. Every class room
nas a cloakroom for tne scnoiars, a
neat little closet with shelves and
hooks for the teacher's hat and
wraps. Each has a gong- and a tele
phone and a scientifically constructed
ventilator to draw off contaminated
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Will soon he here and you will have to consume more electric cur current.
rent. current. 'Why not prepare now by Installing
they had a very good meeting in the "found who waits at crossings for
courthouse, and are making prepara-
In the winter campaign ahead, the tions to hold a 'larger one and estab-
common people of Europe are facing
a hell of misery such as .their con continent
tinent continent has never seen (before. IMay IMay-be
be IMay-be they will have sense enough to
see that it does not happen again..
lish a permanent organization.
trains to pass; those who do not are
generally not found afterwards.
In the suffrage states the candi
dates do not dare refer to the lady
The awful rumor is in the air that
Florida sends more money out of the
state for eggs than comes in for or oranges.
anges. oranges. If such be the case, (Florida
sTiould be ashamed of lierself.
air during the few days the windows
can't he up.
The high school will assemble with
the principal in the study hall. This
is the largest room and Is on the
third floorr It is
They are now cheaper and more efficient than ever.
For the same current you are now consuming in carbon 1 imps
they will give three times the light. &
Come in and Igt us demonstrate.
EL Wo TUCKEIS
a spacious apart- L
No. 0 North Main Street
rtMie prevailing fashion in men's
Oiats 'looks like a joint of sewer pipe
with the flange turned up. A tall
man with one of the said hats on
looks like the Eiffel tower running
away from a German army.
The T.-U. thinks that the reason
fwhy a great majority of. the German
people were willing to go to war
was that they were sure it would last
only ninety days. (Considering the
(high education the Germans are cred credited
ited credited with 'having, they must (have
been remiss in studying the power
and resources of their enemies.
iVe learn with pleasure that CVIaj6r
Butler, late of the Inverness Chorni-
cle, has leased a newspaper plant at voters as the plain people. Orlando
Wildwood, and will soon bring out a Sentinel
rwr.oo.Vlv nonpr f iTirhirri hp will hfi thp
editor and proprietor. -Lakeland Towns in Florida that are not talk-
Telegram. t ing good times are Inviting real dis
If anybody can make a paper go at aster. "What you fear, will surely
Wildwood, it is 'Major Butler. The come upon you." ftliami aietropo-
old man is a past master at the art lis.
His Wildwood paper will doubt-i Taxing gasoline as its source in-
less scoop some of the big sheets on sures a raise in price of that neces
state news. sary fluid, exactly two cents a
to all consumers. iMiami (Herald.
So we write his apology: "There
isn't a girl in Elorida but who is too Life is- a moving picture, and the
sweet, pretty, gracious or lovable to I film often breaks just at the inter
have 'her face stuck into a" pewter esting place. Eraternal Record
roocketoiece and meddled about at a
dollar a throw. 'Clearwater Sun.
Correct, uluch better than we
could have written ourself.
Why not all the newspapers agree
on a day when they will tell the
storv of the possibilities in their
counties and send out papers to peo-
The best thing for (Mexico would
be to have a first-class epidemic
rr-ha rnoQYvator Run ,rf pel ares tnat counties ana sena out papers 10 peu- aoiuiuk wuuiu get nu tne
' J. ax V v i I
Sea Island cotton1 was produced in pie m otner states, -to muuue mem iu uuueuauics itxai cuuuqu.
Pinellas county before the railroads come here? California made good Times.
with this. Florida can make good in 1
a much bigger way. Florida 'Me- The mullet is a lovely bird
large tropolis. Sweet and tender, so 1 ve neard;
A first-class suggestion. The Star Takes the place of grits and bacon-
is willing to do its share in carrying "Times are good" Quit your fakin.
came and carried to market in
schooners. Orlando Sentinel.
Cotton was nroduced in
quantities in Marion county long be
fore the railroads came. It was haul
ed on wagons to the nearest railroad it out.
station Gainesville or sent to
Jacksonville on the Oklawaha boats.
From what the Star is able to learn
from the old-timers, prosperity was
more generally diffused then than
There is a crumb of comfort for
the Virginia boozers in the situation
still. The saloons will not be closed
until 1916: so there's many a drunk
in the old land yet. Tampa Times.
There will Pe several crumbs or
ment, reaching with the library from
one to the other of the two courts
that open into the rear of the build building.
ing. building. These oourts go up 'from the
second floor to the roof. It is intend intended
ed intended as the attendance increases to ex extend
tend extend the study hall across the top of
the western of these courts, which
will not detract from the court.
The study hall is a splendid room.
The windows go to the celling, and
as It is on the north side they will
need no curtains. It Is supplied with
the most up-to-date desks, and the
wall at the eastern end was designed
for use when it is needed to give
moving picture lessons; also, the
room has the necessary electrical
connection for this purpose.
(Across from the study hall is the
room for scientific teaching. It has
a small but complete outfit for the
study of chemistry and physics. The
equipment is in a neat little labora-
Work is a great blessing; after tory, which can be cut off from the
main room by a curtain door. When
this door is down, it can be used as a
A stair across from the study hall
drops down to the principal's room.
Like all the rest of the school, it is
plainly but conveniently equipped. It
Tampa is the center of the school telephone
system, by which the principal can
consult with any teacher in the house
without leaving his desk. It is also
connected with the city telephone
system, a convenience that the old
high school did not have.
There are seven class rooms on
this floor, and eight on the first floor.
In the basement are four big rooms,
which the primary grades will use
till their own buildings are ready.
While they were not intended for
class rooms they will do well. They
1563, and are well lighted and ventilated, and
evil came into the world, it was giv
en as an antidote, not as a punish
ment. Fraternal Record.
Wile Site' Llie
Teams Fop Rent Light and Heavy Hauling
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Superior to Plaster
or Celling in
QuaUty or Price
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
And it cannot be said that Bryan's
endorsement of Senator Fletcher was
for campaign effect either. St. Pet
Florida was settled in
;,mnviMn Tio Mn form ibpttr several drinks after 1916. unless Vir- most things have been unsettled ever will be very comfortable
uti'mci J i - I I
idea of the Russian advance if they
consider that Galicia, in which the
Russians and Austrians have been
fighting so fiercely, is about equal
in extent .to that part of Virginia,
.wihich the armies of the Poto-
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Ten million boxes of citrus
In the basement are the rooms to
be used for teaching domestic science.
fruits In these the young Idea will be
taught to cook as well as to shoot.
rne kitcnen win be eaulDDed with a
mac and Northern Virginia fou
In a speech at Ashevilla Saturday spells a prosperous season for iFlori-
night, Wm. J. Bryan paid the follow- da. Tampa Tribune
ing tribute to President "Wilson: "I
have (been in politics thirty-four Try KRBGER'S ice cream. 9-24-tf sary to turn out a table d'hote din
range and all appliances neces-
ROOM AXD BATH FOR A 1K)LIR AND A HALF
Completely Renovated and New Management
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Wafer in Every Room in the House
LOUIS Mo LOMG,
ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AXD A HALF
THE OCAUL EVENING STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1014
useful information in caring for sick
Next year, probably, there will be J
a department of manual training. A?
room Is reserved for it in the base-!
ment, and some of the space to b-e
used by the -primary grades will be j
devoted to a gymnasium. j
The heating apparatus is in the ;
basement, centering in the engine i
room, which Is absolutely fireproof.
It Is -metal and cement; there is
nothing An it to catch fire. ;
The toilet an 1 washrooms are in!
the basement; they are ample in size
'and complete in- equipment, having j
the most up-to-date appliances. j
A most important -part of the j
school equipment is the- drinking
fountains, of which there are a num-!
Ijer on each floor. They do away with
the cup entirely. The pupil drinks
from the fountain; the lips never
touching the metal, over which a
stream of water plays while the pupil
Is drinking. This Is the best idea yet.
The halls and stairways are wide,
and the latter hare grated .mattings,
making slipping on them impossible.
Every door in the house opens out outwardly.
wardly. outwardly. There are no bolts, except
to the outer doors to be locked at
night. Every door Is held shut au automatically,
tomatically, automatically, but can be easily push pushed
ed pushed open by a child.
The entire house will be cleaned
with vacuum cleaners, operated In
each room by pressure from the en engine
gine engine room. There are, many other
conveniences that we have not time
to refer to.
Tlie Primary School Building
This building looks like the ruins
of Louvaln now, but will be in good
shape for the pupils in a few weeks.
It was to have been ready :Nov. 1,
but Dec. 1 will be nearer. It is be being
ing being greatly enlarged and will look
much better; also a basement Is be being
ing being put in for a steamheating ap apparatus,
paratus, apparatus, to replace the old wool
North Ocala School
The 'North Ocala schoolhouse will
be ready about the -middle of Novem November.
ber. November. Meantime, the schoolboard has
rented (Mr. Alfred 'Ayer's commod commodious,
ious, commodious, two-story house for the use of
the scholars in that territory.
- The old high school is disguised
outside, with a big 'piazza in front
The fourth grade room is devoted to
a dining room, with kitchen and
pantry in the rear. The back porch,
where the refrigerator will be is lat latticed
ticed latticed and screened with wire. The
fifth grade room is to be a big par
lor, but-ttalf of it can be spared for
bed rooms when needed. The sixth
grade extension is cut up into six
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OCAIjA'S NEW HIGH SCHOOIj BUILDING
bedrooms. The entire upstairs is
divided into bedrooms, sixteen double
and two single, with wide halls be between.
tween. between. All are well lighted and ven ventilated.
tilated. ventilated. There are bathrooms on each
floor, and many a hotel is less com comfortably
fortably comfortably fitted up.
The old high school building on its
hill among the trees is ideally situat situated,
ed, situated, for a quiet students' home, and It
is a fine idea to put It to this use.
It is doubtful that any town in the
state is doing as much for Its' color colored
ed colored children as Ocala. Howard Acad Academy
emy Academy has become crowded, and the
school board is (putting up another
and larger building on the big lot In
the west end. Work is going on
steadily and the building will be
ready for occupancy by the first of
The new building, beside giving
ample room for all the pupils, -will
enable the school board to install de departments
partments departments ifor manual training and
domestic science. The colored school
population of Ocala' is about 700.
There is one trouble about the lo location
cation location of (Howard Academy, and that
is its proximity to the Tedlight dis
was Iocafed there almost twenty
years ago, but liave grown up since.
It is an evil, for the removal of
which the colored people have the
right to expect the help of the whites.
The white 'people of this town would
The resorts were not in that
of town when the schoolhouse
not stand anything of this sort near
their schoolhouse. They would burn
the Tesorts if there was no other way
of getting rid of them.
The houses themselves are near
enough for the teachers and pupils
to bear the riotous noises made by
their visitors. Also, the Miacks tak taking
ing taking men to the joints pass right by
the school, and any white man can
decide very quickly -what, an evil this
alone is, when from half a dozen to
a score of drunken men are, likely to
go (by, every day.
The Star doesn't know whether the
council can irfove the resorts, or not,
but it can make the hacks take an another
other another route, and this should be done
CENTER OF THE
DAVIS CARRIAGE PAINTS
are colors ground in tough, elastic
Coach Varnish and one coat will
make your faded automobile 'or car carriage
riage carriage look like new. They are easy
to apply and dry with a strong, high
gloss-clinching Enamel finish. Made
for wear and tear.
i I 111
Tine Stmt Will Not Give Away
RUT it WILL give each and EVERV. subscriber, who pays a year for the
Daily Star, a ,S5 Coupon
mentioned below, 'or for a
Past due subscriptions, Dai-
Book, redeemable at its face, value by any of the Ocala Business Houses
Weekly Star subscription a $1.30 book redeemable for that amount.
ly 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
chases made when Star- Subscription Coupons are presented at the time of making purchases:
Marion Hardware Company, Hardware. .. .. ......... 5 per cent
J. J. Gerig, Drugs (Postoffice drugstore & Annex Drugstore) 5 per cent
Knight & Lang, Wagons, Buggies, etc . .. 5 per cent
A. E. Burnett, Jewelry ....... . . 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. 31. LansforcL Music Dealer . . 10 per cent
Miss Mary Affleck, Millinery ........ . 5 per cent
B. Goldman, "Why Pay More?". .-. 5 per cent
Little's Shoe Parlors, Shoes 5 per 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 he will tear but of your book $1 worth of coupons and your bill is paid. ou have
gotten back a dollar of your subscription money. Your next purchase is at the furniture house, whose
name you see on the back of the coupon ( and you are pleased when you see they vill 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
ens you there,
coupon pays it.
$5 coupon book,
Suppose the purchase is only $1 at the next store; 95 cents in cash and a 5 cent
Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; it would take your entire
but it would save you a FIVE DOLLAR BILL.
Just keep in mind, when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat your cake and keep it too,"
if you take advantage of our MERCHANTS' CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
paper, come in, pay up and get a book. If you are not now taking the Evening Star or the Weekly
Star, come in and do it now, and get a coupon book. You can send yo'r remittance by registered
letter, check or express money order, and coupon book will be mailed to your address.
All the Farmers can Obtain Ground
Limestone from Vicinity of
Florida (Metropolis; The stopping
j of the importation of potash from
Germany, the Indefinite time before
it can again be imported and its at attendant
tendant attendant effect upon the crops, ac according
cording according to Agricultural Adviser W.
L. Watson, makes the use of ground
-limestone on the soil at the present
time of unusual importance. About
one ton to the acre, he thinks, would
render available the natural potash
in the soil and feed the plants for at
least a year and also neutralize everyJ
unfavorable chemical condition.
With this in view, iMr. Watson has
taken the imatter up with several of
the large manufacturing firms and
states that the previous difficulty of
the cost of the ground limestone be being
ing being too high seems to be done away.
.One of the offers, he thinks, particu particularly
larly particularly advantageous, the price being
$1j50 per ton sent f. o. b. in car lots
ifrom Ocala. He stated that he would
be delighted to give any one fnter-i
ested further details as to how, where j
and when and -why to get it. j
In this connection, IMr. Watson;
'further stated, that 'there was not an j
acre in the county, or the state fori
that .matter, that would not be great-!
ly benefited 'by the use of this ground
limestone at the present time. In i
case any of the farmers did not de desire
sire desire a full carload, he offered the
suggestion that they buy in co-operation.
It would not do, he continued, to
use the lime excessively, year after
year, as it would draw all of the re resources
sources resources out and impoverish the soil
in time. It is, however, the most
feasible means for securing relief
from the German shertage, when the
manufacturers either wont sell it or
claim that they have none on hand
and will do no harm At properly ad administered.
ministered. administered. It is his opinion that the lime
should be aptplied in ''the fall. He
further added, that many of the pro products
ducts products which are usually hurt by the
use of lime are the ones most in need
of potash, and, if used properly, this
lime would be benficial in that respect.
To a Person Who Prides
r Himself on His Appearance
& Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
. is a necessity. To. supply that ne ne-$
$ ne-$ cessity is Our Business,
I Ocala Steam Lannctry
Marion County Abstract Company
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessee
Pirst consideration and especii' tuentloD given to small tract.
Ilss iMarguerite Porter will open
her studio for voice and piano pupils
Thursday, October 1st, 1914. Ar Ar-rangments
rangments Ar-rangments for pupils will be made,
beginning Monday, Sept. 25th. Phone
16 4. Studio, Fort King Ave. 9-26-3t.
If You Will Take Enough ol Our Ice
Saturdays to Last Over Sunday
We will thank you. Our drivers will thank j-ou.
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 jours.
Ocala See & Packmen Co0
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES
r m,"m ft f r it
STANDARD ItALMlOAD OF THE SOUTH
. jppoinnt Ocsilsi
$37.03 Cincinnati, Ohio.
$47.55 Chicago, 111.
$C2.G5 Denver, Col.
$.30.30 Evansville, Ind.
$35.55 Louisville, Ky.
$18.50 Marietta, Ga.
$39.03 New YorkX. Y.
$39.05 Philadelphia, Pa.
$41.80 St. Louis, Mo.
$93.55 San Francisco, Cal.
TICKETS SOLD DAILY. FINAL LI3IIT OCT. 31.
STOP OVERS ALLOWED
For information and reservations call on A. C. L. Ticket AgeDt, or
J. G. KIRKLAXD, Division Passenger Agent,
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-Gt
OPEN DAY AND NTGnT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
Fancy stationery in the late crash
finishes, paper with envelopes to
match. Initial correspondence cards
with envelopes to match are the
latest. Court Pharmacy. 9-23-6t
Be sure ana see the South Bend
iMalleable Range cn demonstration
at the 'Marion Hardware Co. this
Our candies are always fresh and
are kept In. cool storage case3.
Broadway and 14th Street.
New York City
A Clean, Comfortable, Convenient
and Homelike Hotel on both
American and European Plans.
American Plan, $2 per Day
and up. -European
Plan, $1 r Day
SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES
Churchill & Company
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
AT. SENSIBLE PRICES
OPEN ALL NIGHT
THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1014
t OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
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(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)
Thought for the Day
It is never easy to grow better.
I5vcry day Is in a certain sence a
emicifixion a nailing of self on the
cross but the very
means of grace.
hardness is a
blaster Ted Drake came home this
' altera oo n from a lengthy visit to his
grandmother in Jacksonville.
IMrs. J. JM. IMeffert and family are
moving home today from their sum summer
mer summer home at CCorth Lake Weir.
Mr. Alfred -Beck returned this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from a three weeks' visit to
Galbraith -Springs and KnoxvilW,
QIrs! A. C. Hamrick will spend the
winter with her sister, IMrs. B. N.
3Looney, and will not Tent a cottage
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E.
-will meet in Yonge's hall Tuesday
and Wednesday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock, to practice for work.
anss Sarah Gordon has returned to
3ier home at Tampa afterxa most de delightful
lightful delightful visit to this city as the guest
or her sister, IMrs. E. 'H. (Martin.
Mr. Ilea Ferguson came over from
the university at Gainesville Friday,
for a visit to 'his parents, Mr. and
airs. J. G. Ferguson.
(Rev. J. B. Ley of Lakeland is here
visiting his daughter, IMrs. T. F. Al
exander. -Tampa Tribune.
XYIiss Laura -Winger of Williston
lias 'been in the city the past two or
three days, a guest of (Miss Ransom.
Mrs. W. V. Newsom and daughter
Helen, will arrive home tomorrow
afternoon from Gainesville, Ga.,
wfrere they shave spent the past week
as guests of IMrs. iNewsom's (brother,
Mr. .Ttufus Waterman and family.
"cXlrs. Carleton returned to' her
'floraii iln Arcadia today, after a visit
of some length to her son-in-law and
daughter, 'Mr. and Mrs. 'H. IM. Hamp-
Dr. D. M. Smith returned Sat
tlay from his vacation in the moun
tains of North Carolina. The doctor
had a pleasant and ."beneficial trip.
Ijs Sriends aife glad to have him
iiome a train.
'air. 'N. I. Gottlieb, after several
days visit with his family in Ocala,
lort Oils morning 'for South Florida,
jresume Ms (Fraternal Union work.
LMts. 'Harvey Clark and little
laughter, Frances, .left today for Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, where they will spend the
month of October with IMr. and IMrs.
I. A. Shephard.
Mrs. Edward Carmichael arrived
Home Saturday evening (from a sum summer's
mer's summer's visit to 'friends in New York
City.- Stamford, Ct., and Winchester,
IMrs. J. C. Smith and children
came home this afternoon 'from a
visit to Mr. and iMrs. H. iS. Cummings
and family at 'Rodman.
alias Omera iHolloway left Monday
for Waycro'ss,' Ga., where she will be
one of the teachers in the city high
school.- Tallahassee Democrat.
liss IMary 'Budd returned Wednes
day afternoon from Ocala, where she
was the guest of Miss Dorothy
Schreiber for a few days. Leesburg
Com m e r c 5 a
.-- .- njjt mmmm
Miss IMary McDowell was thebst-
ess this aif ten
of the Presbyteriar
her home on For
IMiss iMoDowell hasl
Just recently gfitucned from a sum
mer's visit to school friends aniTrel-
Monday, Sept. 27,
Snnday, October 4th
atives in -Virginia and thir--afternoon's
meetingwas unusually inter interesting
esting interesting and eaiant, many members
having returned frpmtheir long va vacations.
cations. vacations. At tLfe-conclusion of the
time spent with tlie needle, (Miss Mc McDowell
Dowell McDowell and aiiss Anna McDowelJ
served sandwiches and tea to the
'For many years it has been the
annual custom of Dickison Chapter,
U. D. C, to commemorate the 'birth 'birthday
day 'birthday of its first president and organ organizer,
izer, organizer, Mrs. Fanny R. Gary, who held
the office until infirmities forbid, and
was honorary -president through the
remainder of her life. Her anniver anniversary
sary anniversary was most lovingly celebrated
Saturday afternoon by two dozen of
the .Daughters, Revs. Bunyan Steph Stephens,
ens, Stephens, W. II. Dodge and J. M. Gross, at
the residence of IMr. and IMrs. E. L.
Carney on Oklawaha avenue. .The
rooms of the Carney home had been
roost appropriately decorated in red
and white flowers for the occasion.
Mrs. !D. 'E. IMcIver, president of the
chapter, called the meeting to order
with 'prayer, at 4 o'clock, and after
scripture reading 'by iRev. Gross,
Ttev. Steihens delivered the .memor
ial address in a few but beautifully
chosen sentiments. He spoke of the
beauty of celebrating a birthday, for
a birthday is a day of reverencing,
and was glad that this celebration
was one of the ibirth and not of the
death of this noble woman, as all
were glad that IMrs. Gary's had (been
'born and the whole town and all
whom she had come in contact with
had been benefited iby 'her influence.
Rev. Stephens ipaid a very ibeautiful
tribute to her as a woman, a mother,
a friend and as a Christian. :He said
she was a grand, good woman and
spoke of her "untiring labors in the
Baptist church of this city, wliere she
was a devoted life-long member, and
the mission society, which bears her
name; of her work 'for the Children
of the Confederacy and her devotion
to the iU. D. C, and the chapter house
that wTill (be a .memorial to her. After
the singing of two songs, "How iFirm
a Foundation" and '"One Sweetly
Solemn Thought," 'Rev. fDodge pro-
nounced the blessing. The Daugh
ters registered in a little 'booklet
that will in time, be placed in the
chapter house and each succeeding
year will bear a record of all the
(Daughters -present at the ibirth day
-memorial anniversaries. At the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of the ceremony the pretty
Towers were taken to the cemetery
and loving placed upon, the grave by
the few who had .been chosen from
the (many she loved to shed a tear
upon the tomb that to her wras peace
and rest and almost joy, for she trad
journeyed all the length of life's un uneven
even uneven road painfully, taking the last
slow steps with staff and crutch.
, 'Mrs. H. A. Atwater of the Heights
left yesterday for Ocala to spend a
few days witli friends and relatives.
IMrs. Atwater returned 'home Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, after a pleasant visit.
Qlisses 'Mary xand (Miriam Conner
are expected home f rom '.Maryland to
The 'Eastern Star chapters of .Mc
intosh, Gainesville and Island Grove
will come to Ocala Oot. 8th to see
this chapter put on the work, when
eight candidates will 'be initiated.
After Initiation a reception and sup
per will be held in the hall. .
'Mrs. A. -E. Burnett returned- Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night from iMassachusetts,
where she spent the summer as 'the
guest of her mother, QIrs. Barr. IMrs.
Barr accompanied her daughter home
and will spend the w7inter in Ocala.
Messrs. 'Fred Meffert, 'Sonny Geise,
Ed Tucker, Jessie Lanier, Tom 'Proc 'Proctor,
tor, 'Proctor, .Robert Clarkson and IMr. and
iMrs. iBuie and sister-in-law, Miss
Quinney of Louisville, Ga., spent yes
erday picnicking at Salt Springs.
fMrs. Edwards returned today from
a delightful visit to 'her daughters
and grandchildren at Williston, and
is again at the home of 'her daughter,
Mrs. 'Maude Horn.
.Mrs. J. H. Brinson and little son
Paul Brinson returned this after
noon from a week-end spent with
relatives at Oxford.
"iMr. and Mrs. Frank Elmer Bug
bee request the pleasure of your
company at the marriage of their
daughter, May Louise, to -Mr. Donald
iMerryday Barstow, on Wednesday
afternoon, the seventh of October,
one thousand nine hundred and four fourteen,
teen, fourteen, at four o'clock, Hastings, Flor
I The above invitation has been ex-
tended to a large number of friends
not only in this Immediate section
but throughout the state, and, owing
to the prominence of the contracting
parties, the approaching wedding
will be one of the most interesting
social events of the season. Palatka
'Miss Bugbee was., born in Ocala,
and renewed her old friendships and
made new ones oh her visit here a
year or so ago. She has the sincere
good wishes of all whorknow her.
Miss Marguerite Porter returned
last night from her summer visit to
her sister, MrS7L. W. Lyons in Iowa,
and Mrs. Ijf VanHood reached home
tnis afternoon rom liiscaloosa
where she has beii for the last few
weeks, grandmothering the two little
boys of her daughter, iMrs. W. E
Collier, who has also been on a visit
to Mrs. Lyons.
Rev; and IMrs. C. C. Carroll of
Winchester, Ivy., have recently mov
ed into their beautiful new home
built by the Baptist congregation of
that city. It is a magnificent resi
dence constructed after 'the plans
submitted by iRev. and iMrs. Carroll
It is elegantly furnished and Jocated
upon one of Winchester's beantifu
hill tops. "Rev. Carroll and family
are charmed with life in Kentucky
and their many friends in this clty
rejoice to know their lines have fal
len in such pleasant places. 'Rev
Carroll for several years was pastor
of the Baptist church of this city and
is greatly loved.
fMiss Ellie Tydings, who has been
serving as missionary to (Mexico for
twenty years, arrived Thursday eve
ning for a short visit with her cousin,
(Mrs. J. T. Baskin. Clearwater Sun.
Miss Elizabeth iMdntosh of Ocala,
is in the city for a stay of several
days. She is the guest of Mrs. Laura
'Mcintosh. Clearwater Sun.
JMaster Bartle' Corley left Wed
nesday to spend a few days with
friends in CainesWlle. Leesburg
The many friends of Mr. Elmer
DeCamp will be pleased to know that
he is coming to Ocala for the winter.
IMr. DeCamp has not been -at all well
since returning to 'his old home In
Stamford, Ct., and comes south again
to escape the severe -winter. He Is
expected to arrive about "Nov. 1. QIrs;
DeCamp will join her husband here
In the early spring.
iMrs. J. L. Layd of Colemaa was
placed in the hospital yesterday and
operated on this morning for appen appendicitis.
dicitis. appendicitis. She is doing well this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. ..!
Mrs. Sauls returned to her home at
CIr. iHafner retnrned to ;his home
at Belleview today.
IMfss Annie Belle Wishart left yes
terday for her home at Martin, en
tirely recovered from an operation
The other patients are doing welL
Miss Marguerite Porter will open
her studio for voice and piano pupils
Thursday, October 1st, 1914. Ar Ar-rangments
rangments Ar-rangments for pupils will be made,
beginning. Monday Sept. 2Sth. Phone
164. Studio, Fort King Ave. 9-2 6-3 1.
OCALA SCHOOL OF 3IUSIC
Will Reopen on the First of October
The Ocala School of CYIusic wilFbe-
gin its seventh term in musical. in
struction, Thursday, October 1, 1914.
All former pupils and others wishing
places -will please call at the studio,
No. 1-Fort King avenue (over Jerry
'Burnett's tailor shop) between 1 and
6 p. m., Wednesday, Sept. 30, to ar arrange
range arrange lesson hours. v
IMary C. Connor, Director.
9-23-7 td wky It
At the (Baptist church this evening
the pastor will speak and use for his
theme "Man's False Pretenses vs.
God's 'True Teachings." Every one
is invited to hear this sermon which
will treat on some of the real, great
problems of life. Services begin
promptly at 7:30. .A series of ser
mons will be delivered at the same
hour each evening throughout the
week, with inspiring music and old,
The kindergarten and primary
school, conducted by Misses Rowley
and Gates the past two years, will
reopen Monday, September -28th,
We carry the famous Norris 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
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
OCAI. SITTS A GOOD KXA31PLC
Palatka iTimesJHeld: The- old
school .house in Ocala has been fitted
up as a dormitory, where pupils will
be boarded at actual cost. Such a
step is in the right direction of re
ducing the present high cost of an
education for those so unfortunate
as to be far removed from a high
Let us serve you with fresb bread,
pies and cakes every day. Layer and
other fancy cakes made to order.
Carter's Bakery. 9-24-tf
Crepe paper, all colors, at The
iMurray Company. 9-25-3t
Go to KREGEiR'S for the best ICE
CREAM in Ocala. 9-24-tf f
Fresh pansy and sweet pea seed at
Bitting & Knight's drug store. 928-tf
' Dog's Privilege Restricted.
That the law no longer concedes
that a dog is entitled to one bite is
held In Legault vs. Malacker before
the supreme court of Wisconsin, in
which a father sued for damages for
the death of his son, who died from
wounds caused by the defendant's dog.
The trial court sustained a demurrer
to the complaint, but in reversing the
decision the supreme court said:'
"Where a complaint alleges that a dog
attacked and wounded a person who
at the time was where he might law
fully be and in the exercise of ordi
nary care it is unnecessary to go
further and allege that the dog waa
vicious or mischievous. Such a dog
is necessarily vicious, and a separate
allegation to that effect 'Is unneces
sary. The law no longer 'allows a dog
his first bite, as was said to be the
case before the passage of the law
abolishing proof of scienter."
Epictetus, the philosopher, was
lame. WTien he was a young man
his master had twisted his leg until
it broke. Epictetus writes: MDo you
think that because my soul happens
to have one little lame leg that I am
to find fault with God's universe?
Ought we not when we dig, when we
plow, and when we eat, to sing this
hymn to God, because he has given
us these implements whereby we may
till the soil? . What else can I
do, who am a lame old man, except
sing praises to God?"
Anger Is more Uresome than hard
work and doesn't pay as well. At At-thison
thison At-thison Globe.
You no longer have to go on day day-after
after day-after day cooking and servmgf in the
same old way.
Give a casserole dinner in Guernsey
Say for instance; Soup cooked and served
in petite marmites; then a steak En Cas Casserole
serole Casserole with potatoes au gratin; and end
with a custard cooked in those dainty
Guernsey custard cups and coffee served
piping hot'from a Guernsey Coffee Pot.
This is but one "of the hundreds of
pleasing little dinners that will be different
Guernsey Earthenware itself is inex inexpensive
pensive inexpensive and the many vaysit. can be
used to appetizingly and attractively uti utilize
lize utilize the "left-overs" will appeal instantly
to every house-wife.
Learn novvabout this new.wav to
cook. Come in and sec
all shapes from the custard cups to the
rr tamiiv casserole.
' roji. -mf - ::
We have opened a new drug store in the Wallis build building
ing building on South Main 'street, and shall make every endeavor to
please everyone who anay favor us -with their patronage.
While we make a specialty of PROMPT and ACCURATE
PRESCRIPTION .work, we also carry a full line of Toilet
Articles, Stationery, Patent Medicines and Standard Prepara Preparations..
tions.. Preparations.. We want to call epecial attention to our line of
Fresh GAUD EX and FIELD SEEDS, which we sell under a
Guarantee that they are absolutely fresh, ner stock.
Give us a trial when need of, anything in our line.
!iiiM(G -1 wmwi
OCALA, - - FLORIDA
FIRST CLASS. Meals and Berth Included.
This Special Rate good on anylof the Company
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
Florida Passenger Agent, (
FRESH GOODS ALWAYS
rfac&sonniie, xf ioncju
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1914
IF YOUR WATCH DOES NOT KEEP ACCURATE TIME
BRING IT TO CS TVr WiX ;r.AAfJV 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
REGULATING WE 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 IE WELR Y WILL STAND THE SCR UTINIZING TES T
A. E. BURNETT
HAS 1 1 ETUI INK I) HOME
Just Received a Solid Carload of
LLU LU HJiiAl
WM A TTDVTh
The Best, Most Durable, Cheapest
Artificial Builders' Board manufactur manufactur-ed
ed manufactur-ed for interior finishing.
For samples, prices, etc., call orSvrite
Contractor and Builder.
Distributor of Badger Board for the
1 State of Florida.
i IT), K 815
You May1 Have the Eggs
BUT NOT THE HAM.
( Better Come Early
Avoid the Jam!
OUB HAMS ARE CHOICE
irwsa. laTssbs. o
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Wo lore Disappointments
With my new help- S
er and additional new
machinery I am able
to satisfy you
While You Wait
11 Fort Iving AvV
Star W ant Ads. Bring Results
Marcus 1 rank lias Selected in Nen
York, a Mam moth Stock of the
Most Seasonable floods
The genial and enterprising Mar Marcus
cus Marcus Frank returned Saturday night
from the metropolis, and authorizes
the Star to tell his friends what a
fine lot of up-to-date gcods will socn
f ollo.v him dovn the line, to deleetate
the buyers and buyeresses of the se select
lect select and useful in wearables.
In the years he has passed among
us, (Marcus has become wise to the
needs and tastes of almost everybody
in town, and always selects goods
that please and satisfy the popular
fancy. He outmarcused 'Marcus on
this occasion, and his patrons can
walk into his store with the serene
smile of confident anticipation on
IMr. Frank' found the market in a
receptive mood. It has been quite a
spell since the wholesale buyers
could obtain so much for his money.
Mr. Frank took advantage of this
condition, and his customers "will
ILike everybody else, Mr. Frank
brings back with Trim an optimistic
opinion of affairs in general, and an
idea that we are having all our
troubles now, and are going to see a
great revival of prosperity with the
A PROMINENT FAMIL.Y
IMr. and !Mrs. W. 'J.'.Hilands, their
son and daughter-in-law4 IMr. and
(Mrs. W. S. iHilands and infant daugh
ter of iSew York City; arrived in town
this afternoon on the S. A. L. limited
to make their home in the city. The
party have apartments at the Ocala
House, where they will be for several
weeks or until a suitable residence
can he obtained.
CONTINUED THE HOUGH CASE
The circuit court convened this
forenoon in special session to hear
the case of A. V. Hough, charged
with the 'murder of his wife, at
Clermont, Lake county, on June 1,
. After roll call of the veniremen,
forty-eight in number, the court or ordered
dered ordered the mout of the room while
the attorneys presented motions con connected
nected connected -with the trial.
The defendant's brother, IMr. S. V.
Hough, thru the attorney for the de defense,
fense, defense, filed an affidavit asking that
the trial be postponed on 'account of
poor health 'of the defendant and
also on account of inability to se secure
cure secure a number of important witness witnesses
es witnesses in the case.
.The acting states attorney tasked
that he be given npntil 1:30 to ex examine
amine examine the affidavit to see whether
the grounds presented by the defense
met the statutory legal requirements
for a postponement.
On account of the disqualification
of the states attorney JMr. George
Scofield, the' governor shas appointed
SMr. (Rivers H. Buford to represent
the state in the prosecution of the
case. 'He is being assisted by Mir. iE.
W. Davis of Orlando, who handled
the case while district attorney of
Qlr. R. B. Bullock of this city and
IMr. "Carer D. Landis of DeLand are
representing the defense.
When court convened this after
noon Judge Bullock granted the mo motion
tion motion of the defense for a postpone postponement
ment postponement and the trial was set for the
regular -term of court which sits in
-.All the jurors and witnesses sum summoned
moned summoned were paid off and discharged.
The case has become of considera considerable
ble considerable note in this circuit, 'it was first
moved to Citrus county for trial.
There have been three mistrials, and
the last time it came -up In Citrus
county, after the securing of eleven
jurors several of the witnesses could
not be obtained and it was postponed
and ordered transferred to Qlarion
AUSTRALIA CONTINENT WILL
SUPPORT -THE EMPIRE
England can Depend on the Loyalty
of her South Sea Orphans
(Melbourne, Sept. 27. nUnhesitat nUnhesitat-ing
ing nUnhesitat-ing support for (England was pledg pledged
ed pledged on behalf of Australia last night
by Premier Fisher in a speech at a
meeting of leading men of Australia.
The premier said he was sure the
people of Australia would rather be
dead than under the domination of
any nation but England and would
send as many men as might be nec necessary
essary necessary to insure victory.
"The question of expense will not
be thought of," he aid. "And I am
sure that 99 per cent of the Austra Australian
lian Australian men and women agree with me
that even if we perish it will be in a
worthy cause and we will go even un unto
to unto death, if necessary to leave be behind
hind behind us an honorable name and an
untarnished record of loyalty."
Gerig's assorted chocolates at 3
cents per pound. 9-20-tf
FIRST CHIEF PREDICTS
Carranza and his Men will Remain on
the Defensive Zapata has Join Joined
ed Joined Villa
Washington, Sept. 27,-r-Cen Car Carranza
ranza Carranza predicts further fighting in
Mexico, according to official advices
to the state department. The first
chief explained to diplomats, who
gathered at his request, that Zapata
had refused to attend or send dele delegates
gates delegates to the national convention call called
ed called for October 1 and that his forces
were aotive in the south. He also de described
scribed described events leading up to the rup rupture
ture rupture with Gen. Villa, saying the blame
for further bloodshed would be
Villa's as his own troops would act
only on the defensive.
Official information has come to
Washington from fGen. J'unston and
others that Zapata and Yllla are
working in harmony against Carran Carranza
za Carranza and expect the support of ex-federals.
One of Villa's chief demands
has been that meritorious officers who
supported Huerta be taken into the
new national army, hut Carranza has
given such officers no guarantees. It
has been reported that JFrancisco Car Car-hajal,
hajal, Car-hajal, former provisional president,
and Gen. Felix Diaz are ready to sup support
port support Villa.
Vera Cruz Railway Cut
The following report from Gen.
Funston was received last night.
"One of the two wires of the cable
company to iMexico City Is working.
The present extent of the damage
to the Tailway (Vera Cruz to.(Mexico
City) is not yet fully known. Two
freight trains have been turned loose
one in each direction, and the track
torn up over considerable stretches.
There is nothing definite as to the
destruction of bridges, though such
destruction is stated to have occured.
If the 'bridges are not destroyed and
no resistance is offered railway of officials
ficials officials think they may he ahle to run
trains in three or four days."
Four Battleships will Remain on
In response to Admiral 'Fletcher's
recommendations the battleships Tex Texas,
as, Texas, LMinnesota and (Rhode Island have
been ordered to Vera Cruz. They
probably will relieve the Arkansas,
Delaware and IXorth Dakota. "Later
it is proposed to withdraw the Kan Kansas
sas Kansas and "Virginia, leaving the Texas,
sMinnesota, 'Rhode Island and Ver Vermont
mont Vermont in Mexican .w.aters.
ON THE WAY TO EUROPE
Canada Sends 33,000 Men to Take
Share in the Great Conflict
Quebec, (Sept. 27. Thirty-three
thousand men, the first Canadian
contribution to the fignting force of
(England, are encamped on the 'plains
of 'Valcartier, ten miles from Quebec
and will embark for (England tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. Twenty transports are -being loaded
In the Culf of St. Lawrence -with tons
of supplies and thousands of horses
and a cruiser convoy of twelve war warships
ships warships is waiting outside to conduct
the transport fleet across the Atlan Atlantic.
tic. Atlantic. At least fifteen giant 4.7 guns
and 250 light weight cannon are in
the armament of the embarking
troops. Among the regiments is that
of "Princess Pat," named for Prin Princess
cess Princess Patricia of Connaught. Others
are the Seaforth Highlanders from
Vancouver and the Koyal Canadian
As soon as this contingent is dis dispatched
patched dispatched another numbering 25,000
men will be put Into training at
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rant and Similar Local Needs
FOR SAJJF A gas stove and a gas
instantaneous heater; both in good
repair. Call on S. H. Christian at
LOST Saturday night, hunting case
gold watch, sXew York Standard.
Initials inside '"back case, "31. S."
Return to Star and receive re
FOR SALE Sawed cedar, posts, all
lieart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
BOARDERS WANTED Rooms with
board or table board without rooms
Apply to Mrs. F. R. Kaiser, E. 2nd
FOR RENT A nicely furnished
room with or without board; one
of the teachers preferred. 212
Orange avenue. 9-22-6t
WANTED To buy fresh milch cow
in good condition, to give six
quarts or more per day. Give age,
breed and price. August Roden,
Sutherland, Fla. 9-24-2t
WANTED A short order cook (a
man); one who will register 100 1
fie Valic of a M
Some pianos hear names which have been known only for a short,
time. It is even possible to go to piano stores and see pianos
having names of which you have never heard. Rather than buy
an instrument which has no name or reputation, would yoa not
prefer to own a
. llMi PIMflD
a piano which for 57 years has been made by a firm whose name
it bears a piano which is guaranted by the manufacturer and and-sold
sold and-sold at the lowest cost for best quality?
Think well before you buy
you won't get another piano
for -many years. Get the
best at a fair price.
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE
OCALA, - FLA.
r YOU'LL CAPTIVATE 'HER"
If you make us your Tailors. We
will ma!ie you charmingly present presentable
able presentable la your outward appeared ce.
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 ladlestoo.
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel t
I ' fliji
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EVERY DAY Until October 5th, at which
time our Special Sale ends, we will
give absolutely FREE with each cash
purchase of $7.50, a
9x12 JAP ART SQUARE.
It will tpay you to come and look over our Fall Lines before
making your school purchases, as we will save you money
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THE GREAT SHIP SEEANDBEX'
Jjtngth 500 fet; Lrradth 93 feet, 6 Ine&M; 519 mtutrroom and parlort mtxmnmndal'utf 1'0() Ywrz
gen. Greater in ro larger in all proportion richer in mil appotsUneat lhaa may tMucr om
valmad wter of the world. Ia rmce Jan 15th.
Mcfuficent Steamers "SEEANDBEE." "Gtr of Erie mad "City of Buffalo"
Daily BUFFALO and CLEVELAND May 1st to Dec ?st
Leave Buffalo 9:00 P. 51. Lrare Cleveland
( Arrive Qevelasd 7:30 A. M. Arrive BqHaIo
(Eastern Standard Tune)
Conneetiona at Oevelaod for Pwt-in-RT, Toledo, Detroit and all point Ve and Soothweat. Railroad
ticket reading between BaJEale- and Cleveland axe icood for transportation on oar ateaasera.
Aak yoojr ticket agent for ticket via C & B. Line. Write na for handaorne illustrated booklet free.
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9:00 P. M.
7J0 A. M.
cents on the dollar. See J03. W.
Bodge. 8-2 5-2 1
LOST 'An onyx and grold bracelet,
set with pearls. Suitable reward
for its return to Star office. D-21-tf
ELLIS' NEWS DEPOT
P. A. EL.TiISf Manager.
Alii, HIE IjATEST 3LGAZIXES
Next to Cam's Grocery Store
It is in men as in soils where some sometimes
times sometimes there is a vein of gold which tho
owner knows not of. Swift.
Larpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and Setter
work for the rnoner than av nth
(contractor In the city.
THE OCA LA EVENING 6TAR",MONDAY, SKTTE3IBER 28. 014
Wilbur Smith Co.
E. C. SMITH, Mgr.
SIDE LIGHTS Oil
THE WORLD'S SERIES
(Sport Letter, International
Office Phone 10.
Night Phone 04.
All work given our personal t
Y attention and guaranteed fully. V
11 W. Oklawaha Avenue.
UNDERTAKERS and EMBAIMRS
Hue Caskets and Burial Robes.
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All Work Done by Licensed Em-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. 3IcIVER . ........ 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Office 47
To Cura Catarrh
Purify the Blood
Reason it Out, Where Does it
Start the Mucus From?
Innumerable catarrh sufferers have
cured thcmsei.-cs ty purifying their Mood
v.ith S. P. S. Catarrh often invades the
entire system before It chokes the nasal
tjp.ssag'os. It becomes so chronic and ex-'
tensive that the stomach, liver, kidneys,
bronchial tubes and most of the glands
are involved without such serious condi conditions
tions conditions being realized. Catarrh may be
the result of some serious blood trouble
of former years, and this is only one of
the many peculiar e fleet 3 of impure blood.
Now S. S. S., in its influence upon the
mucous f urfaces, causes tu;o catarrhal
secretions to be changed r converted
into a substance easily, qtiictly, and nat naturally.
urally. naturally. expelled from the body. It so
changes this mucus that it is not the
ropy, clogging stuff that plugs the nose,
chokes the throat, causes severe bowel
trouble, upsets the stomach and contam
inates the food just entering the blood.
It is often difficult to convince catarrh
sufferers that chronic cough, chest pains,
gagging, fetid breath and other symp
toms are only the local "evidence of deep
peatd trouble. Get a bottle of S., S. S
today and try It. You will get good re
suits, real benefit and soon be aware of
a gradual cleaning up and a check to the
progress and dangers of catarrh. Avoid
substitutes. S. S. S. is prepared only by
The Swift Specific Co., 61 Swift BIdg.,
Atlanta, Ga. They conduct a medical de department
partment department for free advice that Is worth
t'Go. North by. Sea".
Merchants & Miners Trans. Co,
JACKSON VI LLE
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
eervice. Wireless telegraph on all
Bteamers.- Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points
Automobiles carried. y
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent. Com'l Agt
City Ticket Omce, 25 Hogan Street
BY FRANK G. MENIvB
New York, Sept. 28. Who will be!
Connie Mack's third pitcher in the
world series? Whom will he select
among Bush, Pennock, Shawkey and
Wyeoff to aid Bender and Plank in
repulsing the enemy?
It's a hig. question, and one no
doubt, that is causine the wilv load
er of the Athletics much thought.
Pennock, Shawkey and Wyeoff have
made great records this year during
the Tegular season. But what will
they do under world series fire?
Bush" grabbed off "the third game of
the 1913 world series, but can be re
peat this year?
Of course, (Bender and Plank will
do the. bulk of the hurling if or the
tMacfcmen. This Dalr will work In
the first two games. But who is to
go against 'the enemy on the third
day? Upon whose shoulders is to
rest the pitching (burden of the criti
cal third battle?
Last year Mack' chose Bush for
that third game, and Bush delivered,
making the count Athletics 2, Giants
1. IHad Bush lost there might have
.been a different ending to that ser
ies, for that third game, had the
Giants won it, would have given
them the "edge."
Bush was lauded in ail sections
of the land for winning that game
last year, yet, had not the (Athletics
given him a five run lead in the first
two innings, a different story might
have been told. Bush, even after the
Athletics scored three runs in their
half of the first innig, was extremely
nervous. iHe wobbled badly. For a
time during the first inning and ey.en
during the second, when the Ath
letics 'had added two more runs to
their 'lead, Bush looked as though he
might do a balloon stunt. However,
wonderful fielding behind him saved
him during those fjrst two innings.
iMack may pitch Bush again this
year, figuring that having ibeen un
der world series fire once, he wpuld't
be as nervous as one of the other
pitchers. But it doesn't seem likely
that 'Mack will pitch Bush in the
third game. The youngster hasn't
been going as well this year as he did
last. Some of 'Connie's other young youngsters
sters youngsters have come thru with 'better per percentage
centage percentage than Bush, and .'Mack may
make his selection from Pennock,
Shawkey or Wyeoff. But which shall
Last year 'Mack used iBender, the
greatest "money" pitcher in bseball,
in his first game. No doubt, he
will repeat with Bender in the initial
performance this year. If New York
wins the pennant, Mathewson most
likely will oppose the wonderful In Indian.
dian. Indian. If the Braves are the iMack iMack-men
men iMack-men opponents, Stallings will proba probably
bly probably use (Randolph.
In the second game iMack will
pitch iPlank. If the Giants win,
(Tesreau will oppose; the (Athletic's
veterans, while James will do' the
hurling should the Boston Braves
represent the .National (League.
For the third game, Stalling would
have Tyler, the great southpaw, who
has been one of the -big factors in the
whirlwind race made .by the Braves.
The Giants would (have 'Marquard and
Demaree, both seasoned pitchers,
both world series veterans. 1 But in
this third game IMack would 'be at a
seeming disadvantage. (He would foe
forced to use one of his kids.
It would seem that pitchers like
Wyeoff, Pennock. and Shawkey, who
have beaten the best teams in the
American League with ease, and who
have come thru the season with a
bulky winning percentage, ought to
make a similar showing in a world
serise duel. The (American League
teams seem to rank superior to those
in the National. Why then, shouldn't
a young pitcher be even more suc successful
cessful successful against a National League
The answer is that there is a lot of
their pennant hopes would have van vanished.
ished. vanished. But that great Boston trio stood
up under the test. Day after day
they battled the enemy and day after
day they pitched wonderful games.
They had no clubbing team behind
them. They couldn't afford to
"spot" the opposition two or three
runs a game during the early part of
their spurt. They had to pitch shut shutout
out shutout ball, and they pitched shut-out
During a world series a pitcher is
called upon only twice or three times
at the most. James, Tyle and Ru Rudolph
dolph Rudolph have ibeen called upon a dozen
times each during the last two
months. (And they have delivered.
What they would face in a world
series would be no greater on their
nerves than what they have been
facing for two months. So, although
they 'have -never engaged in a world
series battle, they have sufficient ex experience
perience experience in gruelling battles during
the last two months to fit them for
what they would have to. face in a
CHAUTAUQUA MUSIC CONTESTS
FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED
Any one in Ocala with a- well lo located
cated located Tesidence of seven or eight
rooms, with bath on both floors (or
willing to have one put In) who win
rent the bouse for one year', furnish furnished,
ed, furnished, should communicate with the
Star office or F. ;W. Ditto. 9-21-tf
CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC, CHOL CHOLERA
ERA CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY
"I advised the 'boys' when they
enlisted for the 'Spanish war to take
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy with them, and
have received many thanks for the
advice given," writes J. H. 'Hough 'Hough-land,
land, 'Hough-land, Eldon, Iowa. No person wheth whether
er whether traveling or at home should be
without this great remedy. For sale
by all dealers. Adv
Three newly furnished rooms for
light housekeeping all modern con
veniences; close in; reasonable price
for permanent party. Phone No,
"I was annoyed for over a year by
attacks of acute indigestion, follow followed
ed followed by constipation," writes .Mrs. M.
J. Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y. "I tried
everything that was recommended
to me for this complaint, but noth
ing: did me much good until ; about
four months ago I saw Chamber
Iain's Tablets advertised and pro
cured a bottle of them from our
druggist. I soon realized that I had
gotten the right thing for they
helped me at once. Since taking two
bottles of them I can eat heartily
without any bad effects." Sold by all
. .. .
OPEN DA AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any iocr. Adv.
CHA3IBERLAIN'S LIN 13 IE NT
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located in Ocala, Fla., Expert wora
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
W. TV. Kimball Co., Ocala.
For Good Wood
BIG Load far $1.
Your Order will have
, Immediate Attention-
! J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
If you are ever troubled with
aches, pains or soreness of the mus
cles, you will appreciate the goc
qualities of Chamberlain's Liniment.
Many sufferers from rheumatism
and sciatica have used it with the
best results. It is especially valu valuable
able valuable for lumbago and lame back.
For sale by all dealers. Adv
One of these Interesting and Enter Entertaining
taining Entertaining Affairs will be Held in
Ocala Next Spring
It is well to mention at this time
a feature of the Chautauqua which
is to be held in this city next March,
which4 bids fair to be one of much in interest
terest interest to this community, as well a3
the sourroundlng counties, namely,
the musical contest.
The contest will be confined to the
piano this year.
Music nas uplifted many a weary
soul; it has broadened many minds;
under its influence mankind has
been spurred on to overcome seem seemingly
ingly seemingly impossible tasks. It has been
recognized that beyond all doubt a
taste and love for high class music
takes an active part in the mould
ing of men and women of real worth.
Who hath no music in hfs soul shr
Realizing these facts, 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
Each city will conduct its own in
dividual contest. Judges will be se
lected from among the- local well
known musicians and probably one
from among the celebrated music
ians who will appear on the pro
To the winner of the contest at
each Chautauqua Dr. Waldo will pre
sent a handsome gold medal.
Absolutely no partiality will be
shown in the competition for the
medal. The successful contestant
will win it simply and solely on his
or her merit. It therefore, behooves
each prospective contestant to put In
an active winter's study, especially
upon the piece to be played in the
Conditions of entrance into' the
contest willjbe as follows:
Any white boy or girl of eighteen
years or under, residing in the state
Contestants must have at no time
taught piano or been employed as a
Piece must be memorized'
Piece must be by recognized com
poser of high grade music.
No "ragtime" permitted.
No piece shall take over ten min
utes for its rendition.
The piece must be fourth grade or
Contestants will be marked,
among other things, on the follow
Position, memory, expression, and
All would-be contestants should
send their names at once to Mr. J. D.
Roohey of the loal chautauqua com
mittee, and he in turn "will refer the
the name to the chairman of the
piano contest committee.
In addition to the above contest,
there will be another one An decla-
mation, 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.
"Economics changes man's activi activities.
ties. activities. As you change a man's activi activities
ties activities you change his way of living,
and as you change his environment
you .change his state of mind. Pre Precept
cept Precept and injunctioii do not percepti perceptibly
bly perceptibly affect men; but food, water, air,
clothing, shelter, n'ctures, books, Qu Quale
ale Quale will and do
A Chicago physician says: "Good
health demands that tho mcuth be
kept closed while asleep." Cases are
known where a man's health would be
in better condition if he'd kept his
month closed while awake. Boston
His Ardent Search.
Reporter "I hear a wild man was
seen reaming about in a swamp here."
Native "Yes; he was a city man, try trying
ing trying to locate a choice building lot he's
difference between a regular
game and a world serie
much is at stake in such a game. The
excitement- is intense. The crowds,
with their bellowing cheers, tend to
frighten a young pitcher who is mak making
ing making his first appearance in such a
series. Unless his temperament is
such that be can be cool and steady
under all circumstances, he. is liable
to "crack" liable to "explode" at a
Every one of these games in whish
the Boston trio has figured since the
Braves started their sprint, has been
as cruical, in their minds, as a world
series game. There was in each game
a nervous tension, an excitemnt and
a strain that is equal to that which
tney win 'race in me worm series
as mucn to tnem as a worm series
victory. It meant their chance to
get into the world series. A bit of
wobbly pitching here and there and
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P. LA Y E. Iw",,,F A K C J",
A. D. BROOKS
Has moved his General Merchandise
Stock from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraket to ihe new
St. Georges Block,
where he is now located in the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia and Sonth Second Street, where
ie will be pleased to see his friends
FIRST CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES
, AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
Dr. Johnsou'would not have consent consented
ed consented to pronounce "wind differently in
prose and lu verse.- He insisted upon
making the 'T long always. The story
goes that in order to crush, somebody
who preferred the short "i" in ordinary
conversation Johnson, riming all three
words with "tinned." remarked. "I
cannot find it in my inljjd to call it
wind, but" riming all turee words
with 'blind" "I can find it in my mind
to call it wind." But his adversary got
the better of him. Johnson himself
always pronounced "gold" as "goold."
"If 1 may be so boold," said the other.
"I should like to be toold why you call
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One dose of this remedy checked the
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Rockfield, Ind. For sale by all dea1 dea1-ers.
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who owns the dwelling the business property that stands
in your name?
of course you think that you do; but are you right?
the qnestion is worth considering, it involves the origin and
the development of individual ownership In land.
in the beginnig of civilization no man owned any definite part
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plcntl-
ful for individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particu particu-lar
lar particu-lar spot.
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CAPITAL STOCK 350,000.00.
Slate, County and City Depository.
ft zt L
Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West.
Post Box 518.. Local or
Long Distance .Phone, 03
MOORE'S MML OSDEB MOUSE
" Johnny's Place
AM now in business for myself. Conducting a High Class re retail
tail retail bar and Mail Order House. I can give you the best there
is, and as much as any one else in business for your money. Seven-
teen years in the business has taught me what the public
and I am supplying that want.
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Good Old 65 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, In lots of 2 gal
Ions or 'more,
at per gallon .
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Corn or Gin, In lots of 2 gal
lons or more,
at per gallon.
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Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal
lons or more,
at per gallon .
Remember that we will fill
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meet the price of any other
1 1 In Glass Jugs, Packed in two One Gallon
Germany a3 cn Advertiser.
Gen: any knows the business value
of an advertisement even when it re refers
fers refers to no particular commodity. Hence
Germany is not at all modest in put putting
ting putting its earth-girdling label "Made ir:
Germany" upon many a package
manufactured In America, Type Typewriters,
writers, Typewriters, cash registers and other ar articles
ticles articles in which the United States Is so
far'ahead no second can be seen, may
be sent frcm Phik.delp"hia to Ham Hamburg.
burg. Hamburg. Very cftei -.viica these articles
reach the'.r destination 2,000 miles
from Hamburg they are neatly tagged
"Made in Germany."
Make my place your headquarters while in the city. You will be
welcome and be treated right at all times and on every transac transaction
tion transaction at "Johnny's Place
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THE. OCALA EVENING STAR. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1014
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In 1 lb. Packages Always Fresh Roasted
By the way, come and see those little solid alcohol stoves, 75 cents.
The Management ol 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.
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Fighting in France Saturday, the Ger Germans
mans Germans Say, wan in their Favor
Berlin, via London, Sept. 27. The
Germans have taken Fort Camp de
Romains, guarding Saint 'Michiel, to
the south of Verdun, and the German
flag now flies from the citadel. This
important capture was made after the
Germans had successfully crossed the
Meuse, their advance on the western
bank being furiously contested.
On the German right, according
to the general staff, General Von
Kluck's extreme right army was
again in contact with the allies in a
series of engagements which have
not yet reached a definite conclusion,
although the German offensive has
resulted in the allies being forced
back a distance of ten miles along the
Oise river. (Reinforcements brought
up by the allies were of no avail, the
imperial troops holding the advant advantage
age advantage they had gained. The position
of the Germans is superior, and heavy
losses have been inflicted upon the
The German guns continue their
bombardment of. the French fortified
position of Verdun and the seven
forts along the IMeuse toward Toul,
with every indication that these will
be reduced despite the strenuous ef efforts
forts efforts of the enemy to 'bring up suf sufficient
ficient sufficient reserves to check the German
The general situation In France
remains favorable to the Germans,
and the French defense is slowly
'breaking down before the steady at attacks
tacks attacks of the imperial army. "No de decisive
cisive decisive result has yet been reached.
(The casualties list ibrings the total
up to nearly 75,000 in killed, wound wounded
ed wounded and 'missing, since the outbreak of
the war. These totals are in no way
up to date. (Many of the regiments
have been forced to make a complete
change of officers ibecause of the
heavy loses suffered and the valiant
leadership of the commissioned rank.
State of Ohio, City or Toledo,
Lucus County. ss.
iFrank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in
the' city of Toledo county and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will
pay the sum of ONE (HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case
of catarrh that canot 'be cured 'by
the use of 'HALL'S CATARRH
CURE. Frank" J. Cheney.
Sworn to foefore me and subscrib subscribed
ed subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of
December, A. D., 1S86, (Seal)
A. W. Gleason, iNotary Public.
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nally internally and acts directly upon the
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tem. system. Send for testimonials free.
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Sold by all druggists, 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation,
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CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. 31.
(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.
Globe-Wernicke cabinets and safes
at The Murray Company. 9-25-3t
NOTICE OP ELECTION TO ISSUE
Whereas, an ordinance has been
p?ssed 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 said city;
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS of said
bonds to te used 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 ajid 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. 1JH4
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 citv
of Ocala; ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
DOLLARS of said bonds to be used for
the purpose of paving and improving
the streets of said city; FIFTY THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND 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 tne
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. Johnson and F. B. Beckham as in inspectors
spectors inspectors and J. H. Taylor 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. Mavor.
Attest: H. C. SISTRUNK, City Clerk.
CONFLICT AT CKACOW
Will Probably Jecide Result of
Eastern Gyrations fur the
Petrograd, Sept. 27. The lines are
being drawn for the crucial battle of
the 'Russian campaign against the
Austro-German forces. The next big
battle undoubtedly will be fought in
front of Cracow and it probably will
The .Russians want this position be because
cause because it will open an easy road to
Breslau and the German and Austri Austrian
an Austrian commanders realize that they
must hold Cracow if they would pro protect
tect protect Silesia and the road to Berlin
from the Czar's troops.
The German army has taken pos possession
session possession of Cracow, replacing the 'Aus 'Austrian
trian 'Austrian garrison and is now -preparing
for the arrival of the Russians. The
beaten Austrian troops in Galicia are
racing for Cracow to join In the de defense
fense defense and to escape the (pursuit of the
On account of special elections to
-be held in and for the City of Ocala
on the 27th and 28th days of Octo October,
ber, October, lj)14, a special meeting of the
city council was 'held on this date at
council chamber for the -purpose of
revising the registration .hooks of
said city, and the following names
iWard No. 1. A. A. Graham, J. E.
Gates, W. H. MdMahan (removed),
E .L. Howell (dead.)
-Ward No. 2. Elmer Decamp,
George 'Felt ham, "J. C. deiger, Henry
,F. Goeken, X. iP. Jves,."Il. C. IMuncas IMuncas-ter,
ter, IMuncas-ter, J. J. !McCranie, L. M. Raysor, J.
C. Raysor, B. E. Raysor, 'Edwin
Spencer Jr., aiid J. H. Workman (re (removed.)
moved.) (removed.) T. C. 'Hall, Xathan Peyser,
and J. G. (Sinclair (dead.)
Ward Xo. 3. John Bi Brown, Jim
Houston, C. T. Hodges, '.F. iR. Jiiggins,
iM. Strauss, J. lM. Tison and Paul
Webber (removed.) Pat Gillen, J.
W. Lyles and J. H. IMcClymond
Ward Xo. 4. T. L. Dekle," J. W.
Fomby, S. M. Grubbs (removed.)
Dock Allen, J. J. Bierman, C. JH.
Beck, A. IE. Delouest and Carlos X..
The city council will hear com complaints,
plaints, complaints, at special meeting to 'be held
October 16, 1914, at 7:30 o'clock P.
This the 2 6th day of September A.
D. 1914. iH. C Sistrunk,
City clerk and ex-officio supervisor
of registration of the city of Ocala. tf
TROUBLES OF THE TEACHERS
Questions They had to Answer and
Rules They bad to Obey at the
NOTICE OP ELECTION" TO ISSUE
Questions must be kept exclusively
in the hands of the examiner until the
minute for examination on any sub subject.
ject. subject. Seals to every enclosure -must
be broken In the presence of the ex examinees.
aminees. examinees. The su-ojects must be taken In the
following "order, and the examination
limited to four days:
Tuesday, A. CM., Orthography S:30
to 11:30; Reading 11:00 to 12:30;
P. ttl., Grammar.
Wednesday, A. M.f Arithmetic 8:00
to 12:00; P. !M.f Composition and
Thursday, A. tM., Agriculture 8:00
to 10:30; Civil Government 10:30 to
12:30; P. M., Theory and Practice.
'Friday, A. tM., Algebra; P. 01. Phy
All examinees must begin any giv given
en given subject at the time, and no recess
must be taken until that subject is
DUTIES. Every examinee must
supply himself with cap-paper, must
write in a legible band with pen and
Ink, must -work In full view of other
evamlnees, must number or letter
answers to agree with the questions,
and imust fasten together all sheets
on the same subject.
PROHIBITION'S. During the ex
amination on any subject, there must
be no violation of any of the fallow fallowing:
(1) Xo examinee shall he seated
so that it ibe possible 'for him to read
another's writing; (2) shall have in
his possession any :book, note-book,
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 tleave his seat swithout 'permis 'permission;
sion; 'permission; (7) shall leave the room more
than once, or remain out longerhan
ten minutes; (8) shall pass or throw
anything about the room; (9). shall
place on any paper any. mark calcu calculated
lated calculated to disclose Us author.
Violation f any of these 'prohibi 'prohibitions
tions 'prohibitions will be deemed sufficient cause
for exculdlng any paper from the
grading committee, or for nullifying
a twhole county examination.
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 bearing in interest
terest interest -at the rate of five per cent, per
annum, payable 4n not less than ten
nor more than thirty years from dae
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
2Sth day of October, A. D. 1014
in the said city of Ocala to determine
whether or not the said city of Ocala
shall issue bonds to the amount 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,
L. 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.
The registration book for district
No. 1, (Ocala), will be open on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each
week from the 1st Monday in,-August
till the second Saturday In October,
1914. In all othr districts two days in
each week frcm the 1st Monday In
September till the second Saturday in
October. This registration does rot
apply to any person who was a regis registered
tered registered voter prior to Jan. 1st, 1914.
Those who registered this year for the
first time in Marion county, though
they may have voted in the primary
cannot vote in the November electior
unless they register again prior to th
second Saturday In October.
7-2?-6 wks dly D. M. BARCO.
Supervisor Registration Marion C
All In the Vision.
Some people think that everything
in the world is twisted and corrupt,
and that no human being can be
trusted. Others who are" wiser feel
very differently about it. As Ruskin
st.ys: "In all things throughout the
world, the men who look for the
crooked will see the crooked, and the
man who looks for the straight "will
see the straight."
Is the right to do what the
law allowa; and if a citizen .couH do
what they forbid it vould bw no 1 nger
liberty, because others would hav the
same power. Montesquieu.
(From Hyde's Book Two)
"Write the plural of each of the
following, and after it state the rule
that applies in each case: donkey,
soliloquy,' gas, chief, elf, mouse, ox,
brother-in-law, -man-child, tMiss Hill,
focus, cherub. Ten credits.
Write two names each that "(a)
mave tne same 'torm in notn num Ders
(b) are used only In the plural'; (c)
are (plural In form ibut used as singu singulars;
lars; singulars; (d) were originally singular
but now used as plurals; (e) have
two plural 'forms differing in mean meaning.
ing. meaning. Two credits each.
'Illustrate -by using words (a) three
ways of distinguishing sex; (b) illus illustrate
trate illustrate 'by using' words, compounds and
phrases six ways of forming the pos possessive
sessive possessive case. Five credits each.
Write in a column the names of
ten classes and sub-classes of pro pronouns,
nouns, pronouns, and write after each name
two pronouns of that class' or sub subclass.
class. subclass. One credit each.
.Write the order of parsing of each
(a) noun; (b) a pronoun; (c) an
adjective; (d) a verb; (e) an adverb.
Two credits each.
Parse in the following sentence
according to the above order, two
words each of those parts of speech:
The 'beautiful girl that you saw in
the automobile was killed accident accidentally
ally accidentally in two -hours thereafter. One
(a) Write in the active voice, pro progressive
gressive progressive form, the synopsis of the
verb love with thou in the finite
imoods, then omit thou, and write all
forms of the infinite and participles.
Ob) Write a similar synopsis in the
pasive voice of love, with we. Five
(a) Using short sentences illus illustrate
trate illustrate and name, when classified as to
use, (1) three classes of phrases;
(2) three classes of subordinate clau clauses.
ses. clauses. Ob) Write sentences and illus illustrate
trate illustrate five uses of noun clauses, and
name each. Five credits each.
Write complete analysis of
The busy world shoves angrily aside
The man who stands with arms
Until the occasion tell3 him what to
Parse in full these words in the
above sentence: shoves, angTily, enan,
who, with, set, until, him, what do.
One credit each.
Tempt the appetite,
please the taste and
nourish the body.
" Crisp, clean and fresh
Round, thin, tender
with a delightful flavor
appropriate Tor lunch
eon, tea and dinner,
Made of the finest
to perfection. The
food, zo cents.
Buy biscuit baked by
Always look for that Name.
3IAIUOX-DUXX MASONIC LODGE
Srarion-Dunn holge rco. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the flm and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
ti6v o ciocic, until lurtner notice.
Baxter Cam, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
OUDEK OF EASTERN STAIl
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonges hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each,
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.;
moota In 'nn cro'c TJi!1 ovorv Tuoarltr
evening at S o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge Xo. 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.
Cha. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
WOODMEX OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp Xo. 14 meet3 at
the K. of P. Hall, at S p. m.. every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting;
sovereigns are always welcome.
, F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
PRETTY CORXER LOT
The pretty corner (two lots) im immediately
mediately immediately west of the new North
Ocala church for sale. Very cheap
for cash. R. R, Carroll. 9-S-tf
OCALA LODGE XO. 2S0, D. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 280, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings In each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. A d
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. 0. II.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. u.
Visiting brethern always welcome to
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postofiicc.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets In Yonge'3 Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
fach month. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M-
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary. Ad.
THE OCAL.A EVENING STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1014
I OCALA OCCURRENCES
K. of P. meet this evening.
Odd 'Fellows meet tomorrow night.
iMasons meet Thursday evening.
aiusic at The -Murray Company.
New hooks. The Murray Company.
'Mr. C. V. IMiller has returned o
Tampa after a short visit in this city.
' The very latest IXrTIAtL STA STATIONERY
TIONERY STATIONERY AT KREGER'S. 9-24-tf
iMr. J. W. Teuten has returned
from a short trip to (Leesburg.
Onion sets at
Bitting & Knight's
Pictures framed. The iMurray Com Company.
pany. Company. 9-2 5-3 1
Gerig is agent for Xunnally's fine
IMr. Walter 'Kaiser has accepted a
position .with (Mr. T. W. Troxler.
School books at The (Murray Com Company.,
pany., Company., 9-25-3t
DENNISON'S lunch sets and other
paper novelties at KREGER'S. 924-tf
Mr. W. C. Blanchard is : down at
the lake, repairing a big house near
the Lake Weir station.
Ir. D. (Ft. 'Handley has returned to
Raiford where he is resident physi physician
cian physician of the state prison ifarm, after a
few days spent in this city.
When we began our
career in the manufacture of
roofing, we were only a mod modest
est modest little organization in a big
competitive field. Today we
manufacture a much greater
quantity of ready-to-lay roof roofings
ings roofings and a much greater ton tonnage
nage tonnage of building papers than
any competitor in the world.
This remarkable growth is
the result of the universal
satisfaction given by
Quality .' : Durability
Cmrt-iiied iOOIing Guaran-fe
the roofing that has become rec recognized
ognized recognized as superior to all others in
quality and durability.
Certain-teed Roofing is guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed 5 years for 1-ply, 10 years for
2-ply, and 15 years for 3-ply, and
this guarantee is backed by the
assets of our three big mills.
T2ie Iliad : That "Wins.
la fair competition lies the trvi
sport of good business. There is
no calling, no profession, or occu occupation,
pation, occupation, equal to it for absorbing in interest
terest interest and endless succession of ex exciting
citing exciting incident. But it should be
that kind of a healthy competition
and friendly rivalry that does not not-strain
strain not-strain neighborly relations. On
the contrary, it should tend to
bring those men tog-ether "wrho are
engaged in a similar business fcr
the purpose of free discussion and
publicity of oplnicn.
Unfortunately, this does not often
occur. Men engaged in a like bus business
iness business sometimes get too friendly,
combine their interests, and form
a combination, contrary to the laws
of the realm. t
Others enter Into a bitter per personal
sonal personal conflict with each other, en endeavoring
deavoring endeavoring with migTit and main to
throw ignominy upon and disre disrespect
spect disrespect for the house of their com competitors
petitors competitors and their goods.
The intensity of the competitive
struggle is subject to a great ieal
of variation. At times it may be
characterized as cut-throat, where
the slashing of price's has for its
object the elimination of one or
more of the contestants. Each
competitor is confronted by the
ever-present threat that if his
service i3 poor, or the quality of
his goods is not up to the stand standard,
ard, standard, soTie other house of business
will outstrip him. But the house
that considers service, high quality
and no more than a fair profit as
the paramount factors in business,
is the one that in the long run is
sure to win.
Certain-feed Roofing is the high highest
est highest quality possible to make. It is
for sale by dealers everywhere at
General Roofing Mfg. Company
WorW largest manufacturers of lioofing
and Building Paper
Healey Building, Atlanta, Ga.
Telephone Ivy 4905
N;w York City Boston Clieajo PitbWtb
Philadelphia a Atlanta Cleveland Detroit
St. Lui Ciadaaatt Kantat City Minuet polis
Saa Frnde Semite Lvmioa HarnWf Sjrdaej
This report is made from
vations taken daily hy Mr. F
G. obser-G. B.
TV'eihe, official observer for the government.
'Max. Min. R. F.
Sept. 1 90 69
Sept. 2 .90 69
Sept. 3 89 70
Sept. 4 79 70
Sept. 5. ...... .89 70
Sept. 6 .90 69
Sept. 7. 87 70
Sept. 8 .87 68
Sept. 8 92 67 .28
Sept. 10 .89 69 .28
Sept. 11. . I . .87 60
Sept. 12. 89 63
Sept. 13. 88 68 .62
Sept. 14 . .89 64
Sept. 15. ...... .80 67
Sept. 16. . .v. .79 68
Sept. 17. ..... .78 67 .44
Sept. 18.'.. .82 69 .87
Sept. lfr .84 70 .87
Sept. 20. ....... .84 72 .16
Sept. 21. 84 68
Sept. 22.. .i 86, 68
Sept. 23. ... ... .86 68
Sept. 24 .84 73
Sept. 25. . ... .84 72
Sept. 2 6. 78 61
Sept. 27,.. 80 63
Forecast for this Evening and
Cloudy tonight and Tuesday, prob probably
ably probably showers.
tAn unusual thing happened In
Ocala Sunday morning. The city
had a -visitation from a flock of ibirds,
" out the size and complexion of
canaTies. The greatest number were
found in the vicinity of the fire sta station,
tion, station, the fire fboys finding a number
of them among the flowers of Hazel
Park. Some were evidently exhaust exhausted,
ed, exhausted, as they did not try to escape and
were easily ipicked up. 'Several were
found -dead in various parts of the
city, either 'having dropped from fa fatigue
tigue fatigue or hunger, or flown against
something. Xobody tried to keep any
of them, so far as the Star knows,
and as the morning advanced they
Dr. E. 'W. Warran, prominent iphy iphy-sician
sician iphy-sician of Palatka secretary of the
state .medical examining, 'board, was
a visitor in Ocala 4 Sunday, coming
over on the Ocala "Northern to aneet
Mrs. Warren, who had "been visiting
relatives at Webster. They (were ac accompanied
companied accompanied iby their three interesting
Phi Sigma College opened its
doors this .morning for its fourth
year -with a splendid attendianee.
Whoever attends this splendid school
is not alone impressed with its mag magnificent
nificent magnificent location but also 'with it$
thorough curriculum. Under the able
management of Prof, and Mrs. 'Geo.
C. (Looney this institution is .winning
marked distinction throughout-our
"Tex" Martin, one of the -best
known traveling men in the South,
who has made Ocala :his headquarters
for the last thirty years, is in the
city representing an LVtlanta con-jcern.-TampaTribune.
(Mr. AlbertlMiljf, who has been in
Mr. Troxler' store for the past year,
left this mornLn-fo join his brother,
JMr. Willis 5luls m his dry goods bus,
aiessfsalcolrnliams, Wr. A
Knight, P. V. 'Leavengood and'S. CM.
Lummus, who were the week-end
guests of iMr. John (H. iSpencer on the
gulf, returned this morning.
Our old friend W. C. Townsend of
(Lake Butler was in Palatka this week
en route to his hunting lodge on the
Oklawaha. iMr. Townsend is still
ponderously good natured in face of
the fact that .he has lost two pounds
in flesh during the summer. Palat Palatka
ka Palatka 'News.
Peyton Bailey of Ocala, a first first-class
class first-class automobile machinist and for former
mer former printer, spent a short time in
the city Monday en route to.Eusti?.
3 VUiUlUVi ViUli
(Closing out our sheet unusie stock
at 10 cents, per copy, regardless of
cost. Out pianos and all remaining
stock going at unheard of prices.
This store closes Oct. 8th. Hurry if
you want bargains. A. CVI. OLans-
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.' Sth. Hurry if
yoa want bargains. A. CM. "Lans "Lans-ford.
ford. "Lans-ford. 9-26-tf
cotton situation ix ocaiv
(A Star reporter wa3 down' at the
cotton factory of George Giles & Co.,
today and found four gins running,
ginning out the fleecy staple. There
were 25 ibales of the newly ginned
cotton ready for shipment and seve several
ral several farmers wagons bringing in seed
cotton, for which they received ready
cash, at a fraction of a cent a pound
of the same price they received last
season. When asked what he was
doing with the cotton Giles said:
"Selling it. We never have any
trouble in that line, and
regular channels through
dispose of the supply."
We understand that the cotton
men of the South are always trying
to keep down the acreage, 'but this
paper would like to see iMarion coun county
ty county increase its acreage, for it is a
sure and ready cash crop for the
farmer, and if everyone would raise
a small or large acreage, according
to his condition, the country would
be much ibetter off.
SERVIANS HAVE NOT
Austro-Hnngarian Ambassador De Declares
clares Declares the Report to le Pure
Washington, Sept. 27. Dr. Con Con-stantin
stantin Con-stantin Thedor Dumba, the LVustro-
'Hungarian ambassador, announced
last night, that he had been advised
officially by wireless that the report
ed capture of Sarajevo by the Servi- I
ans was "pure Invention.'
XOTICE OF ELECTION
Whereas, the Legislature of 1913,
under the Constitution of 1885. of the
State of Florida, did pass three Joint
Resolutions proposing amendments to
the Constitution of the State of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and the same were agreed to by a
vote of three-flfths of all the members
elected to each house; that the votes
on said Joint Resolutions were entered
upon their respective Journals, with
the yeas and nays thereon, and they
did determine and direct that the said
Joint Resolutions be submitted to the
electors of the State at the General
Election in November, 1914.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, H. CLAY
CRAWFORD, Secretary of State of the
State of Florida, do hereby give notice
will be held In each county In Florida
on Tuesday next succeeding the first
Monday in November, A. D. 1914, tire
said Tuesday being the
Third Day of November
for the ratification or rejection of the
said Joint Resolutions proposing
amendments to the Constitution of the
State of Florida, viz:
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing
an Amendment to Section Six (6), of
Article Eight (8), of the Constitution
of the State of Florida, Relating to
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of
the State of Florida: ;
That the following amendment to
Section Six (6) of Article Eight (8), of
the Constitution of the State of Flor Florida
ida Florida is hereby "agreed to and shall be
submitted to the electors of the State
at the general election to be held on
the first Tuesday in November, A. D.
1914, for ratification or rejection:
Section. 6. The Legislature shall
provide for the election by the qualified
electors in each county of the follow following
ing following county officers: A Clerk of the
Circuit Court, a Sheriff, Constables, a
County Assessor of Taxes, a Tax Col Collector,
lector, Collector, a Superintendent of Public In Instruction
struction Instruction and a County Surveyor. The
term of office of all County officers
mentioned in this Section shall be for
four years, except that of County As Assessor
sessor Assessor of Taxes and County Tax Collec Collector,
tor, Collector, who shall be elected for two years
until at the general election to be held
In the year A. D. 1916, when and after
that. they shall be elected for a term
of four years. Their powers, duties
and compensation shall be prescribed
by law. The Legislature shall provide
by law for the care. and custody of all
County funds and shall provide the
method of reporting and paying out all
Provided, County Treasurers elected
in General Election held in 1914 shall
hold office for the term elected.
A JOINT RESOLUTION
Proposing an Amendment to Section
16 of Article IV. of the Constitution of
the State of Florida, Relating to the
Appointment of Commissioned Officers
of the State Militia:
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of
th Stat nf TiMarlrta-
That the following amendment to
lection 16 of Article IV. of the Con-
ftitution of the State of Florida is
ereby agreed to and shall be submit
ted to the electors of the State for
adoption or rejection at the next gen general
eral general election hereafter; that Is to say,
that Section 16 of Article IV. shall .be
amended so as to read as follows:
Sec. 16. The Governor shall appoint
all commissioned officers of the State
Militia, Including an adjutant general
for the State, with rank of brigadier
general, who shall be chief of staK
The duties and compensation of all of officers
ficers officers so appointed shall be as fixed by
law. The terms of office of all com commissioned
missioned commissioned offcers of the organized
militia, shall t e continuous during the
pleasure of tne Governor; subject to
such laws as may be enacted by the
Legislature providing for their retire retirement
ment retirement for age or other causes.
A JOINT RESOLUTION
Proposing An Amendment to Section
'One of Article V. of the Constitution.
Relating to the Judiciary.
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of
-v the State of Florida:
That the following amendment to
Section One of Article V. of the Con Constitution
stitution Constitution is hereby agreed to and shall
be proposed and stibmitted to the elec electors
tors electors of the State for approval or rejec rejection
tion rejection at the next general election here hereafter,
after, hereafter, that is to say, said Section One
of said Article shall be amended so as
to read as follows:
Section 1. The judicial power of the
State shall be vested in a Supreme
Court, Circuit Courts, Court of Record
of Escambia County, Criminal Courts,
County Courts. County Judges and Jus Justices
tices Justices of the Peace and such other
Courts or Commissions as the Legisla Legislature
ture Legislature may from time to time ordain and
establish. The Legislature may pre prescribe
scribe prescribe the compensation of the Justices
and Judges of the several courts, but
n court heretofore established under
the Constitution and laws of Florida
shall be hereby abolished.
The votes cast in compliance with
said proposed amendments, and the
canvass, declarations and returns
thereof, shall be subjected to the same
regulations and restrictions as are pro provided
vided provided by law for general elections In
the state of Florida.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my. hand and
affixed the Great Seal .of the
(Seal.) State of Florida, at Talla Talla-.
. Talla-. ha?see, the Capital, this the
twenty-fifth day of July, A.
D. 1014. H. CLAY CRAWFORD.
7-31-wky Secretary of State.
CITfES NOW MORE HEALTH'
No Longer Eat Up Men a a Furnace
Eats Coal How Health It
Mortality statistics are showing that
the great cities of the world no longer
eat up men as a furnace eats coal, and
that they are outgrowing their dependn
ence on rural districts for 'fresh hu human
man human supplies. This interesting theme
Is worked out by a writer in the. Inde Independent,
pendent, Independent, William B. Bailey, assistant
professor of political economy at Yale.
The death rate tn London, for in instance,
stance, instance, from 1S81 to 1SS5 was 20.9 in
each 1,000 people. In 1910 It was 12.7.
New York dropped from 27.5 to 16,
Chicago from 21.5 to 15.1, Berlin from
26.5 to 14.7, St. Petersburg from 32.8
to 24.1 and Paris from 24.4 to 16.7.
In medieval times pestilence, found
cities easy prey; today the great com communities,
munities, communities, guarded as they are by alert,
Intelligent, vigorous health depart departments,
ments, departments, are beginning to act as out out-Josts
Josts out-Josts against the spread of disease.
Tuberculosis, malaria and other de de-b
b de-b troy erg of life may stalk unmolested
through the country districts, but
when they reach cities a determined
fight is made against them. The
health department of Chicago at the
opening of every vacation season is issues
sues issues bulletins warning citizens
against the perils of the uninspected
well water they may find on farms
and at many summer resorts.
Not a few of the advantages of the
country the broad open spaces, clear
air and opportunity for exerclse are
now given to the cities In parks and
playgrounds. If the movement keeps
up the cities of the future will be
more beautiful as well as more health healthful
ful healthful than the country whose benefits
Rapid transportation when It Is
both frequent and reliable is
one of the great factors In promoting
city health. The car lines enable a
city's population to spread out so
that every man, woman and child has
a chance to get fresh air and sun sunshine.
shine. sunshine. The falling death rate in the
chief cities demonstrates that those
who seek protection shall perhaps find
It best in the centers where the peril
of numbers forces the crowd to fight
unceasingly against' disease.
WEAR AND TEAR OF STREETS
Weight of Load Being Increased With
- out Increasing Strength of
We are Increasing the weight of
loads hauled over our streets and
not correspondingly increasing the
strength of the pavements to carry
them. ; t
The legal limit of a load to be hauled
over the streets of this city is 7
tons. This ight is being constantly
exceeded, and the streets are damaged
Occasionally we see these heavy
loads drawn by long strings of horses,
and when horse power is used the
damage Is greater by reason of the
narrower tires usual on the vehiclei
and the shoes of the straining animals.
But the greatest danger Is from the
power-driven trucks. In these the
horse power can be Increased at will,
and it is of no use to increase horse
power unless the load is Increased to
The damage done by these heavy
loads is different from that caused by
the swift-moving automobiles. It is
not so readily noticed, but it Is the
Whlle the tires of power trucks are
wider than those of the horse-drawn
wagon, there comes 'a time when the
weight, even if distributed over very
wide tires, has a crushing force which
the ordinary pavement cannot with withstand.
stand. withstand. A HEAVY BURDEN
A Bad Back Makes Iiife Miserable
for Many Ocala People
A bad back is heavy burden.
A burden at night when bedtime
Just as 'bothersome in the imorning.
Ever, try Doan's Kidney Pills for
Know they are for kidney backache-
and for other kidney ills?
' If you don't some Ocala people
Read a case of It1
Irs. ai. A. Frost of 423 Broadway.
Ocala- says: "For a long time I suf suffered
fered suffered from kidney trouble. 1 iiad a
dull pain in my back and if I caught
cold or got my feet wet, I was worse.
I couldn't rest well at night and got
up in the morning feeling tired and
depressed.5 I was also troubled by
dizziness and was in bad shape when
I got Doan's Kidney Pills at the
Carlisle Drug Co. In a few days they
brought me relief and continued use
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mrs. Frost had. Foster-Mllburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adll.
A somewhat laggard and procrasti procrastinating
nating procrastinating student one Sunday evening
"went to his instructor for aid in one
of his studies, asking him if he
thought it was wrong to study on Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. He was somewhat surprised to
receive the reply, "If the Master T7a
justified in pulling the ass out of the
ditch on the Sabbath, was not the ass
justifiable in trying to get himself
Get your school books now and
avoid the -rush and waiting the open-
jing day of school, at The Murray
; Company. 9-25-3t
MADE THE REPORTER BLUSH.
When the House of Lords Adjourned
at His Suggestion.
There U a good FU?t tret story,
says a writer In the Loudon Dally Citi Citizen,
zen, Citizen, of how a riiKjrtf r u e adjourn!
the house of lords. lit tuid work! ir.
the irallery f the tuue of lonla !ot
about a quarter of a tutury. and it
may be that familiarity nad diujiu-!
his sense of reveru--. Un rtuv merr
had betn a sttd:y littlt l-iat- wiin a
dozen memtr? In the riou and .!h .!h-reporter,
reporter, .!h-reporter, with his i-iilea-:ues j-rcni
in the ?allry. was thnroiiirhlv i k f
the whole business. His fttrlhi;: lutimi
outlet in a muttered remark as iu iu-noble
noble iu-noble lord on the cross oufnes rose to
continue the iJet.ate.
"Why don't you move the adjourn adjournment?"
ment?" adjournment?" fald the reporter to hinsit.
He said It louder than" be lutendl.
and the words' rvarbed the noble lord
who had Just risen. He on his part
believed the words to be a private nint
addressed to him from the lord chan chancellor,
cellor, chancellor, and. feeling that be, could nt
disregard the suggestion, he said. "My
lords. I move the adjournment of tne
Instantly the lord chancellor was on
his feet from the woolsack, and (heir
lordships' house rose for the day.
Hardemd as was the reporter. It is
stated that as be went out be was
blushing at his achievement.
MAYOR OF BIRD LAND.
How the Beautiful Lizard Canary Got :
Its Unique Name.
The lizard canary U one of the most
unique varieties in the cage bird wopd
Its beautiful ground color, so nicely
ticked, and pretty little "cap" niak It
a thing of beauty aud n.Joy forerer. ;
It is. however, the only variety that
moults out Its plumage at the end of
the first season. By this It is meant
that, although tbe bird i assesses
beautiful a coat for the first year, tbe
plumage disappears altogether at the
second moult. j
Thus It Is a show bird for only one
1. c the first-reason, and this Is om-
sidered a drawback to Its popularity. ;
On account of Its wearing such gay
apparel for, one year aud then putting
it aside the lizard has been aptly term termed
ed termed "mayor of Birdie Laud." j
The little 6tory connected with the
lizard and a mayor is well worth re- ;
peatlng. It was at a well known cage
bird show being opened by Sir William 1
Treloar. tbenxlord mayor of London;
that this celebrity in a few well cho-eu
words likened himself unto the lizard
canary, many grand spclmens of
which were on view at the show. The',
stately robes he then wore were only:
for a season. Such Is tbe case with
the lizard. Boston HeraiCL t
Mendelssohn Surprited Them.
The. church of St. John Wnfefloo
road, has an interesting association
with Mendelssobu. The late 11. J. j
Horsley. It. A., tells In bis reminis-j
ceuces uow ice great musician, wnue
staying with a friend oo Denmark
hillin the bouse where be wrot the
'Spring Song" was induced to go to
St. John's one Sunday morning and
give a recital on the organ. On reacn reacn-Ing
Ing reacn-Ing the organ loft Mendel.suhn was
annoyed to find himself exposed to me
full view of the congregation and
vented his displeasure in a thunderous
improvisation which greatly startled
the worshipers, used as th-y wtre to
the 'Kubdued music then in vogue.
Not being In the secret, they were
still further surprised when the music
ceased and the eccentric performer
sprang up. clapped on his hat ana
abruptly left the building. U'estmm
1 A treaty Is a form or disagreement
between two countries reduced to lan language
guage language wnich enables each of them to
crawl out of it. It belongs In tne
same family as the insurance policy
except that no one can understand an
Insurance policy, whereas a treaty
reads as though it were perfectly plain
until something happens that makes
one of. the parties to it wish to get
oat of it- Treaties are used for vart
ous purposes to promote typewriting
agencies, lawyers, diplomats and to
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Didn't Have to Ask.
Mrs. B. saw her tittle three-year-old
daughter come from the back door of
the house next door eating a cook e.
and when tbe little lady came into the
house her mother turned to her and
-Why. Klsle, yoa mast not ask Airs
K. for cookies
-I didn't ask her. mother."1 said Elsie;
l know where ahe keeps them.' Ue
Ides of March.
In tbe calendar of old Rome the 6f
teentb day of tbe months of March.
May, July and October and the thir thirteenth
teenth thirteenth day of tbe rest of tbe months
were known as ides. In old Roman
writings one bears of the "Ides of
March.- which is a poetic way to ex express
press express tbe date.
Botanists are unable to discover
from what plant the aborigines of
America developed tbe potato, for It is
not found growing wild anywhere in
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