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OOALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1914 ;
CZAR SUPPORTS SERVIA. VORLD-VVID
WAR WILL ENSUE
OPLE OF RUSSIA, LIKE THOSE OF AUSTRIA, GERMANY
AND FRANCE, SEEM TU BE AGAINST PEACE
,ondon, July 29. Europe expects
f,': The outcome of the peace etT
its now being made rests solely
h the czar of Russia. This sum sum-ry
ry sum-ry of the situation was given to to-r
r to-r by the diplomatic representative
one of the greatest powers on the
nnnt T anitrlio3 f r rm nil iTnm-
ILAMORING FOR A CONFLICT
It. Petersburg, July 29. It is
terally believed here that Russia
II be at war soon. Prince Trubet-
bi, chief of the near eastern divis-
of the army, said at the foreign
co today: "The situation has
iched its most dangerous point."
All members of the crown council
ve advised the czar to prepare for
Hostile and warlike demonstra demonstra-ns
ns demonstra-ns continue .here, in Moscow and
ler large cities.
MOBILIZATION OF THE RUSSIAN
ARMY WILL BE SIGNAL FOR
' GERMANY TO TAKE EX EXTREME
TREME EXTREME MEASURES
Berlin, July 29. Following its
"hands off" warning given Russia
yesterday, the German government
today presented through its ambas ambassador,
sador, ambassador, at St. Petersburg diplomatic
notice.?; The warning was in effect
an ultimatum. The mobilization of
the 'Russian army will be the signal
for Germany to prepare for -war.
RTUALLY INSULTS GREAT BR1TAH A! CALLS OFF
WORLD'S PEAGE C0IIFEREI1CE 111 VIEIIIIA
London, July 29. While the cab cabinet
inet cabinet of Great Britain was in special
session today to decide what further
steps were possible to avert the im imminent
minent imminent conflict, information was re received
ceived received from the Austrian govern government
ment government that no further consideration
would be given the proposal for an
ambassadorial conference. t This is
the sharpest rebuff yet received.
AUSTRIA AT LEAST IS CONSIST CONSISTENT
ENT CONSISTENT Peace leaders were astounded to today
day today iby the action of Austria in can cancelling
celling cancelling the peace congress, which
was to have been held in Vienna
m FOR WAR
COPLE OF FRANCE BELIEVE
THEIR HOUR FOR VENGENCE
Paris, July 29. -Great demonstra-
)ns marked the return today of
resident Poincare from the north,
fie people of Paris are mad for war
th Germany, seeking an opportuni opportuni-to
to opportuni-to recover 'Alsace-Lorraine.
F TO SEA UNDER
NOT MUCH BACKDOWN IN THE
COUNTRY OF CZAR NICHOLAS
London, July 29. Unconfirmed
dispatches today from St. Petersburg
state that the German ambassador
has been notified by Foreign -Minister
Sazanoff that Russia will mobilize
its army Immediately upon receipt
of news that Austria has invaded
Servia in force.
ig British Fleet is Probably Watch
ing the Kaiser's War Boats
Portland, July. 29. The first -Brit-
a fleet left Portlant today under
aled orders. It is believed the des-
tion of the fleet is the 'North Sea.
! rvr.Txn TS ACTIVE
POOR PEOPLE ALREADY
FEEL THE PINCH
i Behalf of Peace, but has Little
Hope of Success
London, July 29. Premier As-
uith admitted in the House of Com-
ons this afternoon that the "Euro-
ban situation one of most extreme
fravity." He stated England is not
Waxing her efforts to localize the
Armies Occupy the Railroad Trains
and Price of Food Goes Up
Vienna, July 29. The war de department
partment department has seized all the railroads.
Passenger traffic has been suspend suspended
ed suspended and food has doubled in price.
All news has to pass a strict censorship.
. THE AUSTRIAN ADVANCE
ANARCHISTS BUSY AGAIN
cores of People Killed and Injured
by a Bomb in a Spanish City
Madrid, July 29. A hundred peo-
le were killed or injuredby a bomb
brown in the main street of Tudela,
i the province of Xavarra today.
Ilany were literally blown to atoms.
. Vienna, July 29. Servian avia aviators
tors aviators are flying along the border spy spy-ing
ing spy-ing on the Austrian advance. Heavy
detachments of Servian troops are
approaching Baljevo, Azico and Sve Sve-launo,
launo, Sve-launo, 'where the first sharp fighting
STOCK EXCHANGE SUSPENDED
British Brokers Too Worried to Do
Liverpool, July 29.-? The stock ex exchange
change exchange suspended business v toda'y.
Blighting of Rose Buds
Rosebuds are often affected by a
blighting of the petals during late
spring and early summer, and less
frequently this blighting of the
petals occurs during the late winter
The cause of the trouble is a min minute
ute minute insect that works ia the soft tis tissues
sues tissues of the petals, at first working
in the calyx, but after the bud opens
more they gain an entrance inside of
the petals. By opening the affected
petals and watching closely the min minute
ute minute Insects may be readily made out.
They are of a yellowish lemon color.
They move about quickly and r are
able to 4fly. for a5 considerable dis distance.
tance. distance. 1 The eggs of the little pest
are laid mainly on the stems of the
rose bush usually within four or five
inches of -the bud. Very few have
beei discovered in the calyx.
Remedy: Prepare some insecticide.
The following is found to be one of
Commercial lime sulphur, 2 1-3
quarts, "Black leaf 40," 3 fluid
ounces, water, 50 gallons.
This insecticide has been found
very effective in destroying thrips in
California, also in destroying the
thrips affecting the tomato blooms
'n Florida. Other contact insecti insecticides
cides insecticides are of greater or less value.
In treating roses, the first step is
to get some of the insecticide and
place it in a vessel such as a tin pail
or tub, using the ordinary solution
as for spraying. Then clip off all of
the rosebuds that show color or old older,
er, older, clipping back eight or ten inches
of the stem. Drop these quickly into
the insecticide. After the entire rose
garden has ben gone over in this
way, follow up with a thorough
spraying with the insecticide that is
used ior killing the insects.
(Much good can be done by re repeated
peated repeated sprayings, with this insecti insecticide,
cide, insecticide, but one should not hurry in
doing the work. The agitation of
the buds and leaves causes the in insects
sects insects to come out and be killed by
This remedy has' been used for
over fifteen years. It would prove
completely successfuf if re-Infection
from adjoining premises could be
prevented. Florida Experiment Sta Station,
tion, Station, Gainesville, Fla.
i in rr?i ri
WILLIAM AND NICHOLAS SEEM
TRYING TO LOCALIZE
London, July 29. The situation
late this afternoon suddenly chang changed
ed changed for the better. Emperor William
and Czar 'Xichplas are in direct com communication.
munication. communication. Russia has officially
informed Austria that she wlll re respect
spect respect the Servian's territorial Inte Integrity
grity Integrity and will not occupy Belgrade
if avoidable. The stock exchanges
FEAT OF ENGIIIEK
Latest sheet music and Victor re records,
cords, records, at Lansford's. 7-18-tf
After Five Years of Work, the 3Inch
Needed Cape Cod Canal
V, is Open
Xew Bedford, "Mass., July 29.
The Cape.Cod canal, which cost $12, $12,-000,000
000,000 $12,-000,000 iook. five years to dig, and
is expected Mo draw 25,000,000 tons
of traffic av year, was opened today
with a -water parade and speech speech-making.
making. speech-making. It unites Buzzard's Bay and
(Barnstable Bay by a waterway of a
minimum depth of 25 feet and a min minimum
imum minimum width of 100 feet at the bot bottom.
tom. bottom. The canal's width and depth are
greater than those of the first Suez
canal and the tonnage through
which It will probably be for many
years more than twice that of the
Thousands of persons came to the
canal today In motor cars and var various
ious various water craft An official fleet,
led by a boat load of officers of the
Cape Cob Construction Company,
with. a long following of tooting and
crowded small vessels, left hero thi3
morning, proceeded through Buz Buzzard's
zard's Buzzard's Bay and the canal to the east eastern
ern eastern end and then returned to the
western approach 'where there were
formal exercises on shore. While
speeches were being made here,
Cape Cod folk at the other end were
holding a pageant.
There were many state and na national
tional national dignitaries, present and con congratulations
gratulations congratulations were in order for Will William
iam William Barclay Parson3, engineer of the
canal; Frank A. Furst, head of the
contracting company, and August
Belmont, financial backer.
The canal is thirteen miles lour
between thirty foot depths In th3
two bays it connects and eight miles
long from shore to shore. It was
commenced June 22, 1909, and unof unofficially
ficially unofficially opened July 4, last.
Since the time of Miles Standlsh
Massachsetts has -been hoping for a
canal across Cape Cod. In colonial
days,, engineers examined the ground
IZA 111 PROTECT LIFE A! PRBP-
LET PUNISHMENT OF MADERO'S ASSASSINS BE LEFT TO
THE STATUTE LAW
many times and George Washington
ordered a report on the coast. There
were five attempts to open a canal
before this one.
j Twenty-five vessels round Cape
Cod every year and 2,131 vessels
have been wrecked on Pollock's Rip,
where there are 1,082 hours of fog
annually. Vessels of more than 1000
tons gross pay 10 cents a ton for the
use of the canal, but save a great
deal in lessened Insurances. It J3
figured that barges and schooners
also will save an average of foar
days a round trip through the canal
between Boston and the south a?
compared with the hazardous old
IT WILL HELP AMERICA
Bankers 'Believe Big War in Europe
ViIl bo Good for Our
New York, July 29. Opinions as
to the effect of a general European
wrar on the United States among
bankers and brokers'on the stock ex exchange
change exchange today expressed the view
that In the end war will prove ben beneficial
eficial beneficial to our business interests.
Henry Clews believes, while In the
early period of the conflict, It might
affect American business disastrous disastrously,
ly, disastrously, Americans will be sure to profit
in the long run..
LOCOMOTIVE PULLED THE LOAD
Erie has the World's Most Powerful
Binghamton, X. Y., July 29. The
Erie Railway conducted a test yes yesterday
terday yesterday of the pulling power of its
new centipede locomotive, the latest
marvel of the railway world. The
giant weighs 410 tons and has 24
driving wheels, eight of them being
under the tender to secure additional
The officers in charge kept adding
car after car of coal to the train until
it consisted of 2 50 -fully loaded steel
"battleshipswith a total weight of
The locomotive pulled this train
for 40 miles at the rate of 15 miles
an hour, establishing a new trainload
record for American railroads as
well as for the world. The train -was
easily 10,000 tons heavier than any
ever pulled by a locomotive.
Those dinners at Rodoff'3 Cafe are
the best to be had in tho city and the
price Is right. 6-30-tf
Victoria, .Mexico, July 29. -Car-ranza
today Issued a proclamation,
pledging the Constitutionalists to
protect lives and property of foreign foreigners
ers foreigners In Mexico City when the govern government
ment government surrenders to the Revolution Revolutionists.
ists. Revolutionists. Referring to Mexicans, who rebell rebelled
ed rebelled against Madero states, he says
they will be punished in conformity
THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND
MEN ALONG THE SERVIAN
! Sl 1-4 FRONTIER
Rome, July 29. Official dispatches
from Vienna today state that Aus Austria
tria Austria has concentrated oyer three hun hundred
dred hundred thousand soldiers on the Ser Servian,
vian, Servian, border. The remainder of the
army Is kept on the northern and
eastern borders to prevent an attack
by -Russia or Roumania.
I am now prepared to give piano
lessons to a limited number of pupils.
7-13-12t '3IIss Ethel Haycraft.
Dr. .W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office, Law
Library Building, Ocala. AdT.
For Cement, Holloa Wall Core
System 'for Silos; and Residences,
see Ocala Realty Company, next
Marcus Frank. 7-28-Gt-dly
Latest sheet music and Victor re records,
cords, records, at Lansford's. "18-tf
Mr. M. L. Herr, a famous Bible
lecturer of the L B. 5. A., will lec lecture
ture lecture at the Baptist church Thursday
afternoon at 3:30 and Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock. Everybody
cordially invitecL Seats free. No
Subscriptions for all magazines
taken at The Murray Company. 7-24
Dr. D. M. Boney, eyesight special specialist;
ist; specialist; office and laboratory 2-6 Gary
building. A specialty of correcting
vision where others fail. 7-25-tf
Sous Bols, a new French perfume
and a good one; $2 per ounce. Sold
only at Gerig's Drug Stores. 7-25-tf
STAR -wants ads. bring results.
The 50 lots we offer are
worth more than $100
each divided oetween
forty or fifty people. Now
is your time to Buy.
HOUSE AND LOT
GIVEN AS A PREMIUM for the purchase of 50 LOTS sat $100.00 EACH.
Terms to suit EVERYBODY. 5 PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR JCASH. Sale
now on see B. H. SEYMOUR, or C. L. ANDERSON.
All we ask is a due con con-sideration
sideration con-sideration of our prop-
osition and a look at
Buying is up to you.
THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1014.
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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGEIt & CAIUlOLti, PKOPIilETORS
lit. It. Carroll, General Hanager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
ne year, In advance.' .... $3.00.
3tx months, In ad ranee.. .. 2.5
Three months, in advance. 1.25
One month, ji advance. .... .50
Oae year, in advance.... .$8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One mon'h, in advance SO
Between the Balkan and 'Mexican
wars, the telegraph editors and
proof-readers have lost all fear of
Revenge is seldom good policy,
and the Bulgarians who -are now at attacking
tacking attacking Servia will find it so.: But
nobody can blame them.
To usq an American bull, the mo monopolists
nopolists monopolists are busy taking money
from the people with one hand and
telling them public ownership won't
pay with the other.
About the time the Germans get
ready to invade Russia, the great
-white bear's most powerful ally, win winter,
ter, winter, will come along, about like he
did 102 years ago.
It is somewhat of a popular fiction
that the rulers make wars and the
people prefer peace. In France and
Germany, the people are enthusiastic
for war and statesmen are trying to
preserve the peace.
The war in Europe will be a cinch
for the afternoon papers of the Unit United
ed United States. Nightfall in Austria is
noon in America, and imost of the
important events will happen at the
right time for our evening papers.
other plant in the state outside of
Jacksonville, and; that the said plant
has not only paid for itself but help helped
ed helped the other departments of the city.
THAT PALATKA-OCALA TRAIN
Occasionally, there is a great stir
about the Panama canal, the Suez
canal, the Cape Cod canal or the
Ocala and Silver Springs canal. But
the alimentary canal demands atten attention
tion attention every day.
Whatever may be the troubles of
"Pirvnt'h ifn rnlin n Tiq nonnlo rf f!ftlnm.
oia nave one great piece or good
luck. They have "The State's Sur Survey"
vey" Survey" column to read every imorning
jxl 'ujajtiiisu xxie iar nas me same
n m . i
recreaiion nonrs aifir.
Why pay $5,000 for one man to
advertise Florida by auto in the north
while a thousand good -citizens of
the state are doing the same stunt
right now without cost?- 'Clearwa 'Clearwater
ter 'Clearwater Sun.
f An eminently sensible question.
The :Star was the only paper in
Florida yesterday to tell its readers
about the acquittal of Madame Cail Cail-laux.
laux. Cail-laux. The big news agency that fur furnishes
nishes furnishes the Star with .dispatches
"protects" it up to press time with
special telegrams of any important
event that happens after the- regular
service is closed.
The St. Petersburg Independent
says that the story of the gift of
$20,000,000 worth of property in
Cuba by a retired ship captain to
Southland Seminary in the Sunshine
City Is about 99 per cent fabrication.
The Star thought it was mostly
superheated atmosphere when it saw
: The Gainesville Sun continues to
oppose the train from Palatka to
Ocala, and the connections it would
make, because, it says, it would keep
people in the western part of Alach Alachua
ua Alachua county from visiting Gainesville
in time every day to do their trading.
' .The committee of the Oainesyille
board of trade, which is working for
the train, does not agree with the
Sun, and as it is made up of shrewd
and progressive business men, who
are not likely to do anything to hurt
their own town, and as they give
reasons to support their side of the
question, their opinion should have
weight with the railroad commission.
The Star is not surprisel that the
Sun is opposed to the train, and
doesn't think it is necessary to go
very far for the reason. The Coast
Line doesn't want to put on the
train, and the Star does not remem remember
ber remember ever seeing anything in the Sun
that would be likely to offend the of officials
ficials officials of that powerful corporation.
The Star and Ocala would not
work for any train' schedule that
would harm Gainesville. The Uni
versity Oity now has a splendid community
day's issue does not correctly lay the
matter before our people, jn that
you say it will result in the loss of
much travel that comes from the
northern and western portions of
Alachua county. This is hardly to
be expected, as there is no material
change on trains from that direction,
and we fail to see by what method
you figure out a prospective loss. The
schedule provides for the Wilcox
train arriving in Gainesville about
an hour earlier and leaving about
one and one-half hours later than the
schedule now existing. The same op opportunity
portunity opportunity to come to Gainesville .is
g'iven under the proposed schedule',
and no right of the people in the
northern and western part of Alach Alachua
ua Alachua county is invaded. On the face
of it, it will be inconceivable that
any business organization or set of
business men in Gainesville would
attempt to enforce a' schedule that
would inconvenience trade from the
west or north.
The proposed schedules seek pri primarily
marily primarily to provide easy and conven convenient
ient convenient means of travel between Palat Palatka,
ka, Palatka, Ocala, Gainesville, and points in intermediate,
termediate, intermediate, and in addition, to pro provide
vide provide ways for the people of Alachua
and CSIarion counties to reach beach
resorts in our own state. Briefly,
the proposed schedule will effect
Gainesville to this extent:
It preserves one of our existing
and quite satisfactory schedules from
the north, west and south.
It adds to our trade territory all
of the points between Rochelle and
Palatka, and makes it possible for
the people in the east end of' our own
county to come and see us and to
trade with us; provided we carry a
larger variety of merchandise than
they can find at home. Under the
existing schedules this territory can cannot
not cannot -by any possible means be called
our own, because we are not within
convenient reach' of those people.
The proposed schedule does enable
Ocala to compete on an even footing
with Gainesville for the trade be between
tween between Rochelle and Ocala, a situa situation
tion situation that few, if any, can view with
alarm or regret. Our own view of the
matter of this kind is just this: the
or mercantile establish-
Hue. to Will Moll (Give Away
HIT it LLLi give each and lu hnl subscriber who pays a year for the Daily Star, a $5 Connor
Book, redeemable -at its face value by any of the Ocala Business Houses mentioned below, or for c
weekly Star subscription a Sl.oO book redeemable for that amount. Past due subscriptions, Dal
ly or Weekly, will get a book for each year paid. t
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
Smith Grocery Co. (Except Feed Stuffs and Special Sales
Day Bargains V 5 per cent
Hayes & Guynn, Dry Goods .. '. 5 per cent
Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture.. ...10 per cent
A. 31. Lansford, -Music 'Dealer. ...10 per cent
31iss 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-l
ing the coupon book is at the grocery store, you trade twenty dollars worth, you give the clerk $19 or
your check, and he will tear out of your book $1 worth of coupons and yourbill is paid. You have
gotten back a dollar of your subscription money. Your next purchase is at the furniture house, whose
name you see on the back of the coupon ( and you are pleased when you see they will give 10 peH
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 $4.73 and a 25c coupon straight straightens
ens straightens you there. Suppose the purchase is only $1 at the next store; 93 cents In cash and a 5 cent
coupon pays it. Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; It would take your entire 1
$5 coupon book, but it would save you a -FIVE DOLLAR BILL.
' Just keep in mind, when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat. your cake and keep it .too,"
if you take advantage of our MERCHANTS' CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
paper, come in, pay up and get a book. If you are notjiow taking the Evening Star or the Weekly
Star, come in and do It now, and get a coupon book.- You can send yor remittance by registered
letter, check or express money order, and coupon 'book will be mailed to your address.
m (DC ALA
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J 11 jtAL
OCALA'S INTERESTS ARE
schedule from the south and a good ment that cannot compete on an
one from the north. The A. C. L. even footing has absolutely no ex-
rain -No. 10 that passes Ocala in the euse for existence; instead of being jm
early morning goes north in the best 1 creators of wealth, they are in that
of time to take neonle to Gainesville, class that must have subsidies In-
give them time to trade and return order "to drag along, and they never
n the early afternoon. No. 40 gives get far.
them a similar opportunity in the The proposed schedule will (make
afternoon and evening. Ocala does it possible for Gainesville to hold
not propose to change this schedule, the fifty odd traveling salesmen and At a meeting of the board of gov-
In fact, Ocala worked hard some their families who reside here now, eraors Qf the Marion County Board
years ago to have No. 10 put on. It and will very likely add to that Qf Trade Tuesday night, Jhe follow-
was 'and is a useful train for all our colony. 1 resolutions were passed:
people omg nortn, oucwe nave no .Mr. urana ana ir. .MCAnaur, oi- Whereas The town of Dunnellon.
schedule to and from the north end ficials of the lAtlantic Coast Line, jaj-j county, through Its board of
of our county on either road that is were Invited and urged to participate tra(re nas submitted facts and
of advantage to the -people of Ocala
and the communities along the lines.
Now, the business men of Gaines
ville know that very few Marion
county people go to their city to-do
in the conferences when the pros and
cons of this matter were discussed.
Both declined, and not until the Pa
latka hearing did they suggest any
relief. Olr. Brand, general superin-
their .trading. They go to Ocala 'by tendent, admitted In his argument
private conveyance, or they stay at before the commissioners' that the
home.' -Their own communities 'have present schedule was inadequate and
well supplied stores, and the people that it did not satisfactorily serve
who go all the way to Gainesville to the people who pay the bills.' They
buy goods that they can purchase al- graciously admitted that the sched-
most as cheaply in Mcintosh, An- ules proposed were -gotten up in the
thony or Reddick are not numerous
enough to be noticed in the busi
ness returns of the University City.
There are a great many people,
however, that have business that
must be done in their county seat
there are many -business men In
Gainesville and Palatka who need to
visit Ocala and the points between
every day in fact there are ten
persons who would be benefited by
the train to one who would .be hurt
by it; and the Gainesville board' of
trade is showing good business sense
figures to both iMajor Ladue and
Congressman Sparkman, bearing on
the business done and the necessity
for a ten-foot, channel on the With-
lacoocbee river; and,
Whereas, These interests are our
Interests, and what develops or bet
ters conditions In one portion of Ma
rion county, tbenefits all.
Knowing as we do what the great
phosphate industry Is to our county
Interest of the people, and did serve and state, and that the opening up
them, but based his objections on
added cost of operation solely. The
Atlantic Coast Line officials were too
sagacious to attempt a denial of our
allegations, and contented them
selves with the special" pleading of
expense tnat alone.
As a matter of fact, the Florida
railroads view our train service from
the angle of how schedules on local
trains affect through travel; the peo
ple who pay the bills every day in
of this channel on the WIthlacoochee
river will be a lasting benefit to the
whole county, and one of the great
est fatcors in the development" of
Dunnellon and her interests, there
already being a sufficient tonnage
through Port Inglls'to justify the
government giving us Immediate
financial aid; therefore be it
Resolved,.. That the board of gov
ernors of the Marlon County .Board,
of Trade pledges It's heartiest coop cooperation
eration cooperation and endeavor In- aiding the
A dispatch elsewrhere tells that the
river and harbor jbill ''which means
so much to .Florida, is' in danger of
failure. It is very likely that the
railroads are at the bottom- of the
opposition to the river and harbor
bill. They do not wTant the water waterways
ways waterways improved.
the year have a right to expect local
as well as public spirit in working schedules that will enable them to citizens of Dunnellon in securing the
Two accidents in one week at
Plant 'City has emphasized the neces necessity
sity necessity for "gates wThere railroads cross
(busy streets. Orlando officials have
keen dickering writh ithd railroads
for some time in an endeavor to
Iiave gates placed at several cross crossings,
ings, crossings, and an accident, we hope, will
action on the part of the railroads.
The Star confidently counts on the
the railroads to put gates at the
crossings immediately after an acci accident
dent accident in which one or more persons
have been killed.
The Palatka Item says that one of
the arguments being used by the
people who are trying to ohtain a
thirty-year franchise for an electric
plant in the Gem City, is that "mu "municipal
nicipal "municipal ownership is a failure." The
Item can tell those same people that
Ocala has owned its electric plant for
a number of years, that it gives the
people current at less cost than any
for it. :
From the, Gainesville Board
At the meeting of the board of
governors of the (board of trade held
Tuesday night, the following letter
from the Gainesville board' was read:
Gainesville, Fla., July 28, 1914.
Mr. J. D. OFtooney, Secretary Board of
Trade, Ocala, Fla.
We hope you are not paying ser
ious attention to any threatened op opposition
position opposition to the schedule agreed to' at
our territory" meeting.
Since-the Palatka hearing certain
Influences have been brought to bear
in Gainesville and other points, in
the county, but. the opposition is
weak and unorganized, and the bus
iness men of the city are standing
pat on the original proposition.
You can shut your eyes and guess
who is fathering this plant to ob
struct our efforts to 'get a schedule
that will satisfy the people In this
Am very hopeful the com
will announce a ruling very soon
after the first, of the coming month.
With best wishes,
Yours very truly,
F. M. Runnels, Secretary.
Reply to the Sun
In a letter to the Sun published
Tuesday, the committee of the
Gainesville board says:
Editor Sun: Your editorial in Sun-
conveniently do the necessary trav- necessary national appropriation to
eling between their neighboring Sve them the 10-foot channel want-
And would it not be well in con- That we fully appreciate the ben-
sidering the petition against the pro- fits that will come to this section of
posed addition to our trade territory tne county, to the great phosphate
to bear in mind and eive dn wAie-ht J Industry, handling of coal, crushed
as to where this petition was born rock, fish and ice industry, lumber
and what it seeks to prevent?
W. B. Taylor.
B. F. Williamson.
George P. Long.
F. M. Runnels.
This is a business-like and statesman-like
view of the question, and if
the Gainesville board will persist in
this policy it will do a world of good
in this section in promoting cordial cordiality
ity cordiality and cooperation between their
town and Ocala, which spirit will not
only be pleasant but of (material
benefit. Gainesville and Ocala have
interests in common, v and should
work together, and if at anv -point
mission their interests conflict, it will pay
them to make mutual concessions
and agree rather than work against
To this argument, the Shn tried to
make reply, but its answer was too
wea kto publish.
"For Gentlemen of Taste"
Imported Wines, Liquors and eer
Merchants Lunch 12 to 8:30
HARRINGTON HALL BLOCK
We mean are you getting the service we wish to give you and whic!
you ought to have? We believe you are. Most of our customers ar
satisfied, and we .are proud of the fact, But if there Is anything wrcs
in our relations we want to know it NOW, so we can do our part i
straightening it out before the rus days come. j
hardwood, crossties, and in fact, ev
ery article of trade handled in this
section will be affected by this' im improvement,
provement, improvement, which Is the very life of
these great Industries and deserves
the united effort of our entire citizen
ship to aid In securing same;
That a copy of these resolutions
be sent our senators and congress congressmen,
men, congressmen, 'Major Ladue, the city of Dun
nellon and her board of trade, urg
ing that this Important matter be
given that careful consideration it
merits and asking our representa
tives to stand behind it until success successfully
fully successfully carried out.
Certified to by the secretary as the
action of the board of governors of
the Marion County Board of Trade,
July 28, 1914.
llJO :" If
CAPITAL STOCK 850,000.00.
State, Coiinty;and City, Depository.
Tulula Lodge Xo. 22, I. O. O. F.f
meets in Yonge's hall every Tuesday
eve nine at 8 nVJrvv. a
Sous Bois, the perfume -with the al ertended to
lasting odor. Sold only at Gerig's brethren. J. H. BMiarnjn v r.
,W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL
FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR
W03IEA T ALLAH AS SEE
College of Arts and Sciences; Normal
School; School of Music; School of -Art
Extension Division; Graduate SchooL
Modern Gymnasium with swimming:
pool. Basket ball and tenuis courts;
new and modern buildlngrs; beautiful
campus; dormitories have all modern
conveniences ; new dining- room and
kitchen most hygrenic In Florida; 418
young: women from 49 counties and 12
states last session.
TUITION FREE in College and Nor Normal
mal Normal SchooL Board and entrance fees
for the yer $124. For catalogue write
EDWARD CONRADI, President.
U.MVERSITT OF FLORID
o colleges anu uivisiuns; uoe:
Arts: Law: Engineering; acrricultcr
TAfhr College: EXDeriment Ktst-r:
Extenslon' Division; Graduate Scho:
Tn nw brick buildinsrs. besides rvr.
sidiarv Dunainxa. wx umeers. msir-
tors and assistants. 254 younsr ?"
from 47 Florida counties and 2 4 sr.'.
and foreign countries last session
- v. r T" r T.. J .
TUl l iU. i-juat n una ir. ; ;
'ees. 1132.53 per year. Write to 1-v :
catalogue. A. A. MURPHUEE, I":
Liisu tJiJALA EVENING ST A It, WEDNESDAY, JULY, 29, 1014.
Tempt the appetite, appetite,-please
please appetite,-please the taste and
nourish the body.
Crisp, clean and fresh
5 cents in the moisture moisture-proof
proof moisture-proof package.
Round, thin, tender
with a delightful flavor
luncheon, tea and
dinner, zo cents.
Prince of appetizers.
Makes daily trips from
Ginger-Snap Land to
waiting mouths every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Say Zu Zu to
the grocer man, 5 cents.
Buy biscuit baked by
'Always look for that name
AX UNDIVIDED DUTY
The United States government,
the state government or the muni municipality
cipality municipality which is responsible for
warding off epidemic infection?
j If you want to bay or sell
New and Second Hand
Farm Tools, Harness Etc.
Easy Payments if Desired.
310 S. Main St. Ocala Fla.
elver &, MacKay
Ine Caskets and Burial Robes
E. McIVER and O. V. ROBERTS
ill Work Done by. Licensed.
balmers and Fully
. E. McIVER
. V. ROBERT . .
The question has been suggested j
and debated in Florida, particuterlv
in connection with the possible in invasion
vasion invasion of the plague, Vhich has been
definitely located at New Orleans, at i
Havana and at two or three other
On the same general principles is
based the answer to the question in;
all the states, but in Florida t;:e
reply is somewhat modified by the!
large powers granted to the S'.atej
Board. of Health by legislative au-
The federal government confroljj
international shipping where It j
touches its own coasts, and it Is also
in control of sanitary regulations to
the extent that it may prevent the
admission of disease or of diseased
persons by quarantine or by such
ether rules a it may see fit to en enforce.
force. enforce. Within each state its own author authority
ity authority is supreme regarding health mat matters,
ters, matters, but each state may call upon
the federal government for advice
and assistance, or it may voluntarily
delegate to the federal government
full control in an emergency, when
circumstances seem to justify. Such
a situation is illustrated by Louis Louisiana,
iana, Louisiana, which has resigned its author authority
ity authority to the United States, represented
"by Surgeon-General Supert Blue, of
the U. S. public health service, to
direct the campaign against the
plague in New Orleans.
In Florida, which in sanitary mat matters
ters matters -acts through its' State Board of
Health, this board is in
charge of matters
healthfulness of the state. .For the
protection of the entire state or of
any section of it, the. board my super supersede
sede supersede local authorities, municipal
county or others, taking entire charge
in an emergency, in which Its wider
resources and 'powers may seem nec necessary
essary necessary to meet existing conditions.
Under .ordinary conditions the board
exercises its powers and authority
outside of cities and incorporated
towns in which local boards of health
are in control of sanitary matters.
The duty of the municipal health
organization, although perhaps de defined
fined defined in different language by vari
ous; cities, is to maintain such sani sanitary
tary sanitary conditions as may be required
by municipal legislation, and it is
regulated by the powers delegated to
these boards toy their creators. It
is a duty of such city health boards
to exercise authority in tne emer emergency
gency emergency of an epidemic disease, which
is confined to the limits of that city,
calling on the State Board of Health
for assistance when such aid maybe
The duties of the antional, state
and city health authorities are large
ly, but not entirely, toward the pre
vention of disease invasion and to
create and maintain such sanitary
conditions as will not invite disease
Under the laws of iFlorida, no mu
nicipality may establish quarantine
against any other city or section, do
mestic or foreign, without the con consent
sent consent of the state board' on the other
hand, the -state board tmay establish
quarantine without the permission or
request of local authorities.
In view of these conditions, the
matter of ridding Florida seaports
and interior cities of their rat popu populations,
lations, populations, is plainly the duty of the
cities themselves, by efficient rodent
surveys; to create such sanitary con conditions
ditions conditions as will make the invasion of
the plague improbable, if not impos impossible.
sible. impossible. If in spite of such efforts, the
disease -should-- appear, it would be
come the duty of the state health
authorities to take charge of the sit
uation, to stamp 'out the disease and
the infection, calling upon the feder-
Wednes'day after visiting .relatives
here for the" past week.
Mrs. G. W. Stephens of Ocala is
visiting her brother, Mr. W. B.
Rawls and family.
Mr. Joe Hudgens left last Satur Saturday
day Saturday to visit his sister, Mrs. W. T.
Henderson of Lynne.
Mrs. CUcCully is spending a while
with her daughter, Mrs. N. A. Noble,
who has been quite sick.
Rev. E. M. Henderson filled his
regular appointment here last Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. The services were well attended.
BRIDGES BUILT OF BAMBOO
Experiments Have Shown That Typo
of Construction Is Easily Built
In Dutch Java the government en engineers
gineers engineers have constructed a road
bridge, more than a hundred feet long,
with a central span of over sixty feet,
entirely of bamboo. The roadbed Is
composed of bamboo matting, which is
lovered with a layer of dry earth. In
profile the bridge resembles a steel
structure, but all. the members are
bamboo rods. It Is estimated that
such a bridge should be good for ten
or fifteen years.
There are two kinds of bamboo used
in building and cabinet making In the
East one having solid and the other
hollow stems. Thesolid, seen in Jap Japanese
anese Japanese furniture, is much smaller than
the hollow, but both belong to the
same species. In the construction of
bamboo houses no nails are used. The
parts are bound together with lash-
j Ings formed from the skin of the bam-
doo useii. fopuiar .Electricity.
Put His Foot In It.
xtecenuy jones auenaea a rashlon rashlon-able
able rashlon-able ball. During the evening he
met a pretty young woman dressed In
soft filmy white, and wearing the
cutest little slippers that ever encased
a dainty foot. Instantly the Jones eye
dropped In that direction.
"Pardon me," apologized Jones,
blushing, "it was very rude of me, I
know, but I couldn't help noticing your
"I see," smiled the young woman,
good naturedly. "What do you think
"What 'do I think of them?" ex exclaimed
claimed exclaimed Jones, writh large emphasis;
"they are simply immense!" Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Chronicle Telegraph.
Strongest of Woods.
Tests made by officials of the Austra Australian
lian Australian government of the many valuable
hardwoods native to that country have
demonstrated the extraordinary prop properties
erties properties of yate, believed to be the strong strongest
est strongest of all known woods. Its average
tensile strength is 24,000 pounds to the
square inch, equaling that of good cast
iron. But many specimens are much
stronger, and one was tested up to
'VJV2 tdns to the square Inch, which
is equal to the tensile strength r
wrought iron. The sawed timber ot
yate Is probably the strongest in the
world. The tree grows to a maximum
height of 100 feet, and has sometimes
a diameter of 2 or even three feet.
Orange Springs, July 2S. Mr. W.
J. Crosby anJ family of Citra spent
TUi, .?(1'iv Vioro ti" ?nr;n t cvv5rrm!nr
1 in the spring. 1 ne little ioiks naa
a great inue uui-mu papa.
Mrs. W. C. Davis and baby of
Jacksonville and Mrs. Imogene Sy Sy-relle
relle Sy-relle and children of Americus, -Ga.,
spent last week here the guests of
Mr. J. W. Townsend and family.
Dr. W. A. Warren of Palatka paid
a professional visit. here last Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Mr. J. C -Massey, a former resi resident
dent resident of Orange Springs was a week
end visitor to relatives. Mr. Massey
will make St. Petersburg his future
home. He and family are very onuch
pleased with the Sunshine City.
Rev. W H. G. Slay maker and Boy
Scouts of Reddlck and -3Ir. Theron
Hall, patrol leader of the Boy Scouts
of Lowell, were on a hikehere last
week. They walked the entire dis distance
tance distance of 35 miles, the last five in a
The Boy Scouts of Orange Springs
returned from their hike to Inter Inter-lachen
lachen Inter-lachen Thursday and were delighted
to find the scouts of Reddlck and
Lowell here. They had a pleasant
time together, swimming, eating wa wa-telmelon
telmelon wa-telmelon and peaches. Olin Mas Massey
sey Massey received a merit for swimming
and life saving demonstrations.
Mr. C. L. Carleton, who has been
spending his vaaction with relatives
here, returned to Jacksonville last
We are glad to report Mrs. J. W.
Townsend, who has been quite sick,
iMrs. A. J. Wimberly, who has
spent several weeks with relatives at
Oklawaha, returned last Monday to
the delight of her "other half and
'Mr.- and .Mrs.' C. J. Rast are again
enjoying the pleasures of Honey Honeymoon
moon Honeymoon Lodge at Blue Springs. They
have as their guest Mrs. Rasts sis sister,
ter, sister, Miss Bozeman of Leesburg.
iMr. and Mrs. G. B. Crosby, Mr.
and Mrs. Fort and Mr. and -Mrs. H.
M. Baker and families of Island
Grove, camped at the spring several
days of last week. The rain made
the ground so damp the party sought
shelter at the Carleton House to
sleep for two nights.
A vote of thanks is due Scout
Master J. H. Carr and the scouts for
clearing the street of some large
limbs which .fell last Wednesday dur
ing the strong wind.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Pedrick and
Mr. C. L. Minderman spent Sunday In
Fort McCoy, visiting the former's
mother; Airs. Sarah Pedrick.
TO THE PUBLIC
The Officers and Directors
The Commercial Bank
request the pleasure of your presence at a
to be held Thursday, July thirtieth
nineteen hundred and fourteen
from three to seven o'clock p. m.
in celebration of the opening of their
Handsome New Quarters
A XI 1 ERVOUSXESS
A. Mo HAMPER
Pianos at Factory Prices
The Chase Brothers, Krell,
Adam Schaaf Chase-Hackly,
V Carlisle and Royal Pianos
Easy : Payments
Gainesville, - Florida
For Good Wood
BIG Load lor $1.
. Your Order will have
J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
Prepared to Defend Himself.
Donald was troubled with-indiges
tion, which made necessary a careful
supervision of his diet. One night at
dinner he asked for a second helping
"No, Donald," said the aunt. "Don't;
you remember the last time you ato
so much pudding how it made you
dream about lions and tigers and all
sorts of wild animals?"
"Well, I don't care," he whimpered;
"it made me dream that I had a great
big gun there, too."
"Chamberlain's Tablets are entitl
ed to all the praise I can give them,"
writes 'Mrs. Richard Olp, Spencer-
port, X.. Y. They have cured me of
headache and nervousness and re restored
stored restored my normal health." For sale
by all dealers. dv.
LOYATj ORDKU OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge Xo. 699, L. O. O. M.J
neets every Thursday, at 8:30 p. m.
isiting Drethren always welcomw to
the lodge and club house, on Mag
nolia- street near postoffice.
J. D. ROOXEY, Dictator.
OOXCOKDiA LODGE F. Z. OF A.
We Make Them Tired
Because none of our competitorf
can approach us in the thoroughness
and excellence of our motor car re-
pairing. Our skill comes from actual
practical 'knowledge gained In the
business, hence our rapid work is al always
ways always better than yW will find done
elsewhere, wliile our charges are
lower than others make. Better
find out our style of doing work.
al government for such advice and
aid as might appear necessary.
The preservation, of health-inviting
conditions is, the province of every
municipality, and having1 been fore forewarned
warned forewarned of the menace of the plague,
it is an imperative demand resting
upon the authorities of every Flori Florida
da Florida city, and especially upon its ten
seaports, to make impossible the
nearer approach of the plague, by
using every precaution- that science
A little boy was sitting on one of
the benches of Central park watch watching
ing watching some of the people ride the don donkeys.
keys. donkeys. An exceedingly fat woman hired
a donkey and was about to mount
when she saw the small boy and said,
"Little boy, don't you want me to
hire a donkey for you?"
"Xo, thank you. I'd rather sit here
Concordia L.oage, Fraternal Unloi
f America, meets It Yonge s Hal'
on the second Thursday evening uf.
aach month! Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas.K. Sage. Secretary. d
17 N. Main St.
BEST DIARRHOEA REMEDY
Reasonable Prices, Neat Work
and Prompt Service
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
West of Courthouse
Let us exchange Refrigerators?
Or can we fix the old one for you?
We can stop the leaks and make it
look as good as new. E. C. Jordan
& Co. 7-6-tf
"If you have ever used Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy you know that it is a suc
cess. Sam F. Guln, Whatley, Ala;,
writes, "I had measles and got
caught out in the rain, and it settled
In my stomach and bowels. I had
an awrui time, ana naa it not Deen
for Chamberlain's Colic "Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy I could not possi possibly
bly possibly have lived b it a few hours long
er, out thaniia to thrs remeay, i am
now well ,aiiJ strong." Fnr salo byi
all dealers. adv.
The Management ol DR. McCLAN
Medical. Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to, the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger quarters, more fully equipped sod will be rn-i
Kirirtlv ethlcai lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333
Th greatest man is he who chooses
rJght with the most invincible resola resola-!
! resola-! lion. Seneca.
Berlin, July 28. .Mrs. 6. H. Wal Wal-ston
ston Wal-ston and children have returned to
their home at Wauchula after spend spending
ing spending several weeks here with rela relatives.
tives. relatives. They were accompanied home
by Mrs. Walston's sister. Miss Effie
Rawls, who will be her guest for the
next few weeks.
Mr. R. W. Ervin returned home
last Monday from Greensboro, where
he went to attend the farmers' con convention.
vention. convention. Miss Ella, Clark of Jupiter is vis visiting
iting visiting her brother, ilr. J. H. Clark of
'Mr. and Mrs. B F. Stewart and
children of Hull returned home
Carl Wenzel & Son
PLASTERS and COXTRACTORS
For Lathing Plastering and Stuc Stucco
co Stucco work, also all kinds of Cement
work. We take contracts any any-where
where any-where in the state
Wyominia and Washington Sts.
Wallops as Nerve Cure.
The wallop for treating certain
nervous disorders was cited with a
slight show of favor by Dr. A. W. Ives
in a clinic on neurology before the
alumni and students of the Detroit
College of Medicine and Surgery.
The wallop cure was used by the
husband of an unfortunate young wo
man who had become overwrought
through a misfortune, and who would
drop into hallucinations which would
be followed by violent, and uncon uncontrollable
trollable uncontrollable demonstrations. Doctor Ives
WOODMl OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp so. 14 meets in
Tonge's Hall at 8 p. m. evry second
and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns alwavr welcome. Adv.
F. J. Burden. C. C
Chas K. Sage. Clerk.
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
We" Still Have Money to Loan at
5 PER CENT
We represent a loan company
wjiich will make you a loan on im im--
- im-- proved city property, on easy
terms monthly payments.
G. S. SCOTT & SON.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
recommended cold water applied early tne second and fourth Tuesday even-
in the periods, to distract the mind.
The husband went beyond orders, wet
a towel in. cold water, knotted It
tightly and "biffed" his spouse every
time she showed lack of self-restraint.
She was soon cured.
ngs in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postomce, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley. Secretary. Ad.
Real Meaning cf Leisure.
"Leisure," says Deacon W. C. Palmer,
"is no time to leaf. It's a time to do
. l V, A 1 A
OPE' ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your iaeals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
CAMPBELL FARM :
: DAIRY :
I When you want PURE MILK Z
I AND CREAM made from high J
grade) healthy cows, with a low
bacterial count and a high per
J cent, fat test, produced under J
J sanitary conditions by one who J
has made it a life work, call
J PHONE 20-M J
WHITYORTH FOLKS, Props
L ALEX AM BEE
rnvnonffofi nnii KriIlrlo-i
J&reful Estimates Mrde on All Con
act Work. Gives more and betUrr
orlr for the money than tny otner
T. rr.fv tn the tv
STAR wants ads. bring results.
niE OCAIiA EVENING STAH, WEDNESDAY, JULY 29. 1014
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
rx: x-x-x xxxxkkxkxkxx
(If you nave any items for this department, call phone, 106)
Mrs. R. T-y dings and son, Mr.
Robert Tydings-, who have been so sojourning
journing sojourning at Daytona Beach for sev several
eral several weeks, returned home yesterday
Mr. Raymond Toph left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Palatka to visit Mr. Tom
Tilghman. Saturday Mr. Tilghman's
parents expect to go to their summer
home on the beach near St. Augus Augustine'
tine' Augustine' and Mr. Toph will be their
guest there for awhile before leaving
for Lexington, Ky., to visit, prior to
ed for the last two years on the Co Columbia,
lumbia, Columbia, SC.j State, andmade very
good on that great paper, but has de decided
cided decided he likes Ocala best, and will
go into the ifeal eata'te business here.
31IIS. I). I). ROGERS
Mrs.I5urf ord Entertained for Mrs.
Complimenting her guests, Mrs. R.
A. Burford, Jr., of Boston, and Mrs.
James Hill of Xashville, Tenn., Mrs.
R. A. Burford, Sr., entertained at a
delightful rook party this morning
resuming his studies at Xorthamp-jat her lovely home on Oklawaha
ton, Mass., in the fall.
'Mrs. S. S. Duval left yesterday for
Arcadia to visit Mrs. Jack Rentz.
To interest its readers the Tampa
Times offers weekly two"' prizes for
4he best menus gotten up from ad advertisements
vertisements advertisements appearing on its prize
menu page. Yesterday, last week's
winners were announced and Mrs.
W. D. Turnley of FortMeade was de declared
clared declared winner of the second prize,
which was two dollars;
Mrs. E. G. Peek and Mrs. II. H.
Brand have returned from' a ten
days outing at Lake Weir. They oc occupied
cupied occupied the 'Henry cottage which Mr.
E. C. Bennett Jias leased fpr the
Dr. and Mrs. H. M. DePass and
(Misses Louise, 'Marie and Frances
DePass of Gainesville were over overnight
night overnight 'guests of .Mr. and O.Irs. T. E.
Bridges, leaving at noon for Or Orlando
lando Orlando to spend the night en route to
Daj'tona Beach for a stay of a week.
"Mrs. J. C. Caldwell and two inter interesting
esting interesting sons leave next week for Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to visit her parents for some
time. The third week in August
Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell 'will spend in
Charleston, S. C, Mr. Caldwell go going
ing going up especially to attend the Na National
tional National Electric Association which
'Miss Sadie Johnson of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville is the guest of Mrs. J. W. Davis.
Mlss -Ernestine Brooks and Miss
avenue. Mrs. Burford, Jr., nrst
visited Ocala when a charming young
bride and Mrs. Hill formerly resid resided
ed resided here and the assembling of a few
of their friends this morning at the
home of one of Ocala's most gra gracious
cious gracious hostesses gave utmost pleas pleasure
ure pleasure to both honorees and guests.
The guests were reecived infor informally
mally informally in the reception hall by Mrs.
Burford, 'Mrs. Burford, Jr., and .Mrs.
Hill, who wore charming morning
The five tables for rook were ar arranged
ranged arranged in the drawing room and li library
brary library and for two hours the games
were played with much interest.
At noon the tables were laid with
dainty cloths and a tempting two two-course
course two-course luncheon of stuffed crabs,
cheese straws, wafers, mint ice tea,
peach mousse and white cake was
served. Assisting the hostess in
serving were two dainty little maids,
.Misses Virginia Burford and Miss
Among those invited to enjoy the
morning informally with the hostess
and honorees were Mrs. Geo. T.
Maughs, Mrs. Arthur Williams, Mrs.
Emily Green, -Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce,
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, Mrs. Emmett
Robinson, iMrs. Gustav Robertson,
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, Mrs. Van
Hood, Mrs. Walter Hood, Mrs. G. E.
Yancey, Mrs. Edward iHolder, Mrs.
'Rogers, Mrs. F. E. Harris, 'Mrs. J. B.
Horrell, Mrs. C. R. Kreger, iMrs. ai.
Fishel, Mrs. W. V. Xewsom, Jr., and
'Mrs. J. E. Chace.
The Clubwoman's Creed
At the convention of the General
Federation of, Women's Clubs, held
jxutn Irvine vrm leave next wee ior in Chicago during the spring, the
Franklin, N. cf where they will following creed was read: ... ;
spend a month In the mountains''' Keep us, O God, from pettiness:
let us -be large in thought, in word,
"Sh e rl ff"G all o v; a3""5n d family have hn deed.
returned to the city from their Let us be done with fault-finding
pleasant country home at Moss Bluff, and love of self-seeking.
May we put away pretense and
iMrs. T. C. Luckie expects to leave meet each other face to face -with-
tomorrow for a visit to her mother, out self-pity and without prejudice.
(Mrs. Sheppard, at Daytona. May iwe never be" hasty in judg-
t ment and always generous.
'Mrs. TF.'iE. Weihe and two cnim- Let us take time for all things;
ren left this afternoon for a two make us grow calm, serene, gentle.
weeks' visit to her sister, Mrs. F. L. Teach us to put into action our
Durand at Yalaha. better impulses, straightforward and
Miss Lee Craig Bowers was the Grant that we may realize it is
delightful hostess) at the Friday aft- the little things that create differ-
ernoon bridge club, held at the Sea- ences; that in the big things of life
side Inn. Besides the club members we are one.
invited to enjoy the afternoon were And may we strive and touch and
(Mrs. Benj. P. Richards, Misses Cha- to know the great common woman's
zal, Hester Dewey and Nadine Bla- heart of us all, and, O Lord, let us
lock. Daytona Beach notes in the not forget to be kind!
HP ?ity- r-ic- TT T-i I nn I
Miss Alice Campbell returned to-
iMrs. iMary L. Starr left yesterday day from a visit to Lake Wir
for Hendersonville and Asheville, N.
C, where she will join her daughter,
Miss Frances Starr, for the remain remainder
der remainder of the summer. Miss Starr has
hpftn in Xorth Carolina for some
Mrs. Starr is a sister of Mrs. T. M.
Moore of this. city.
The many friends of .Mr. Dave
Rogers will be sorry to learn of the
death of his mother, Mrs. D. D. Rog Rogers,
ers, Rogers, which occurred Saturday at Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, X. C, where she has gone for
the summer months, her home being
at Daytona. The body was shipped
to Shiloh, X. J., where the funeral
will be held today. Orlando Senti Sentinel.
nel. Sentinel. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers were resi residents
dents residents of Ocala twenty years ago, and
are yet most kindly remembered
here. Mrs. Rogers was a noble wo woman,
man, woman, and the news of her death
brings sorrow to all who knew her.
I5AX1) CONCERT FRIDAY" NIGHT
Another pleasant occasion is as assured
sured assured for the people of Ocala Fri Friday
day Friday evening, provided the weather
clerk doesn't butt in and prevent
them from hearing the superb mus musical,
ical, musical, program that Mr. Condon and
the other members of the band ar arranged
ranged arranged last night.
TRYING TO ENGAGE
THE MI CANOPY" TEAM
Manager Hunter of the Ocala base baseball
ball baseball team expects a visit from the
Micanopy nine tomorrow afternoon.
The Micanopy boys are good play players.
ers. players. They defeated Gainesville a
week or so ago, and are capable of
putting up -a mighty interesting
A DESERVED TRIBUTE
tt T TTI11 3 nM.
jars, james -nm dUU wu valescin
James Hill, who have been guests of
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Burford since
Monday, returned to Lakev Weir this
ffoT-nrrtTi Rpfnrfl leavins for Ten
nessee they will return to Ocala for verness yesterday.
a stay of a week.
Mrs. Butler of Inverness was plac
ed in the hospital today for medical
Master Allen Hollinrake will be
removed to his home "tomorrow.
All the other patient are con-
Mr. W. J. Frink was the guest of
Dr. and Mrs. "Horace Reeves at In
The Texas Christian Advocate
pays the following deserved tribute
to a talented Ocala lady, Mrs. Maud
Ep worth League Number of the Flor
ida .Christian Advocate
A recent issue of 'the Florida
Christian lAdvocate was devoted en
tirely to the Epworih League inter
ests. Mrs. Maud B. Little' is the
league editor of this paper and with
characteristic zeal and intelligence
presented a highly creditable volume,
not a single page, of the entire six sixteen
teen sixteen being dull and common-place.
The publishers thought so well of the
character of the matter which Mrs.
Little gathered and produced for this
issue that they actually omitted the
publication of the bishop's address
delivered at the general conference,
saying that the Ep worth League had
right of way for the time being and
that by another week the a,ddress
would reach their readers through
other sources and would not, there therefore,
fore, therefore, be published at all in their Ad Advocate.
Wre will not undertake a reproduc
tion of Mrs. Little's handiwork, for
it would mean practically the print printing
ing printing of every page in the number, so
interwoven is it throughout all the
make-up of the paper.
We do, however, want to congrat
ulate the Florida Epworth Leaguers
upon having this "Little" editor; f or
she knows how to do things1 oand
possesses the heart and soul to carry
to successful issue any undertaking
for which she assumes the responsi responsibility.
bility. responsibility. She is rendering not only
the Epworth League of her own state
a distinct service, but the Epworth
League of our entire Methodist
church, for there is scarcely an. Ad Advocate
vocate Advocate published in whose league de department
partment department is not to be found at fre frequent
quent frequent intervals articles credited to
the pen of this consecrated and gift gifted
ed gifted woman. We make to her our best
bow in acknowledgement of the
splendid success she has made of the
Epworth League number of the Flor
ida Christian Advocate.
St, $1.50 and $2 Shirts
Full Run of Sizes ' :
These Shirts are Cluett's, Ide's and Wauchussetts
Soft and Laundered, Collars attached and detached
This is a most remarkable offer and the values -will
speak for themselves.
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XORTH OCALA UXIOX CIIURCII
"Go North by Sea"
3IERCHAXTS & 3nXERS TRAXS-
Mr. Charles Chazal left today for
a visit to friends at iHastings.
3Irs. Fannie Anthony -will accom accompany
pany accompany her daughter, Mrs.- H. C.
Webb, on her return to Houston,
Tex. The two ladies expect to leave
early Sunday, and Mrs. Anthony will
remain in the Texas home of her
daughter for a month.
3Ir. Julius Brown is spending to
night at Woodmar, having accom
panied air. John Chazal home this WAS H I IM GTO IM
afternoon. DUII Ann QUIA
Miss Hannay Ellis has as her oieamers. low rares. nesi
- I .....; "tTj a l .11
quests for a few days aliss Biair leiegrapu uu au
TFMAmvc nc hpr sister Miss Ruth steamers. Through fares and tickets
TaTYv of Charleston. S. C, who to all Northern and Western points
came up from Woodmar this after-AutomoDiies carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JOXES,
Agent. Com'l Agt
City Ticket Office, 25 Rogan Street
I ; Jacksonville, Fla.
The f riendsof .Mr. Louis H. Cha Chazal
zal Chazal will he glaAjo hear he 'will soon
return to Ocala. He has been engag-
At a called meeting of the commit committee
tee committee on ways and means and construc construction
tion construction of the North Ocala union church
and Sunday school, at the home of
the treasurer, W. A. Robertson, su superintendents
perintendents superintendents McConn and Moffat
The ladies on the soliciting com
mittee gave encouraging reports and
turned over a snug sum to the treas
urer. They were highly elated over
the cheerfulness of those they ap
proached on the subject of giving to
this good cause.
The committe is so much encour
aged that it is determined to stay on
the job until our northern suburb is
ornamented and edified and built up
in the most holy faith, because of
the favor of the Good Lord who gives
us all things sought in 'His name.
Mr. Walter Mead was awarded the
supervision of the construction, our
local mills cut close on the material
bill and the difference between the
two was only ten dollars, the bill go
ing to the Ocala Lumber and Supply
After due deliberation on the mat
ter of the custodianship of the lot
and building the suggestion, of -Mr.
L. W. Duval, that a deed be drawn
in the name of one trustee from each
church represented was agreed to.
The following persons were" selected
to act as trusteets: W. A. Robert Robertson,
son, Robertson, of the Christian church, W. H.
iMcConn, of the Baptist church, L.
W. Duvall, of the Methodist church,
Baxter Cam, of the Presbyterian
church and James Simmons, of the
it was also agreed that Judge
William Cober be requested to draw
all legal papers and that he be in instructed
structed instructed to write into the deed &
clause to the effect, that should un un-forseen
forseen un-forseen conditions arise in the fu future
ture future that should threaten the life and
the disruption and distruction of this
organization, as a union church, then
the building and grounds shall be become
come become the 'property of the Christaln
Woman's Temperance Union, whose
vitality never wanes.
The ladles of this organization, un under
der under the leadership of .Mrs. W. A. 'Rob 'Robertson,
ertson, 'Robertson, in their zeal are threating' to
put to the kind friends of their cause
an oyster clam chowder roast bake,
with perlue galls trimmings that will
taste delicious all over the city when
the north winds blow and old Ocala Ocala-ites
ites Ocala-ites will just have to hold on to the
gait posts to keep from overflowing
our inspiring precincts.
You just wait until the roof Is on
and you sniff the fumes. Take
Dobb's, the horseless, free truck dear
friends for North Ocala prepared for
all emergencies, of course there is
no hint of a collection in all this you
know. Be wise. Committee.
who owns the dwelling the, tusiness property that et&nds
In your name?
of course you think that you "da but; are you right?
the question is worth considisring It involves the origin and
the development of individual ownership In land.
in the beginnig of civilization no man owned any definite part
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plenti
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iul for individuals to dispute over the occuTxancy of any partfeu-
f V:r-. i.'-i
lar spot. : L
A MUSICAL OCCASION
florida title and abstract corporation
All lovers of good music will do
well to attend the musical contest
of quartets which will be given at
the Methodist church Thursday eve evening
ning evening at S o'clock.
Local Evidence -Evidence
that can be verified.
Fact is 'what we want.
Opinion 13 not enough.
Her's an Ocala fact.
You can test it.
C. F. Hayes, 703 S. Orange St.,
Ocala says: "I think that heavy lift lifting
ing lifting caused my kidneys to become
weakened. I suffered greatly from
severe pains in my back and I was of often
ten often so stiff and lame that I could
hardly work. I also had too frequent
severe headaches. A friend told me
about Doan's Kidney Pills and I be began
gan began using them. I am very glad that
I did so for they gave me more relief
than all the other medicines I had
taken put together. I have had no
occasion to ake any kidney medicine
since, as the cure has been perma permanent.
nent. permanent. The statement that I gave be before
fore before praising Doan's Kidney Pills
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that .Mr. 'Hays had. Foster-Mil burn
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On His Way.
"Why doesn't that dachshund come
when I call him? The idea of sulk sulking
ing sulking on me." "He's coming as fast as
he can," said the man's wife. "He's
got his front legs started." Washing Washington
ton Washington Herald.
Fewer Study for Ministry.
Statistics show that in the early
days of American colleges about one one-half
half one-half the graduates adopted the min ministry
istry ministry as a profession. At the present;
time only about five per cent of the
college graduates become ministers.
Advertise in the STAR for result
r.Isn Pay EtegG
to r.lothsr's Mzz'l
"I. &m not surprised to observe the
number of men who come Into the store
to purchase Mother's
a leading druggist.
It is a Laprr
thought to send
hubby to the Araz
rSW'i store. Miotncr s
(V-VA Friend" Is applied
N 1 il . V
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penetrate3 to the fine network, of ners t
beneath the ekin and has a marks
tendency to relieve the muscular Btraiw
to which these broad. Cat abdomiiuii
muscles are subjected. The cords, ted ted-dons
dons ted-dons and ligaments are thus permitted to
stretch without the corresponding- rurface
atraln bo often Involved during: the period
of expectation. Th's in part accounts fcr
the entire absence. In many cases reported,
of nausea, morning sickness and other
distresses, snca b lacratin of the epi epidermis
dermis epidermis so ofrea the case when this nii3
form of lubrication l Deflected.
-irotber's Friend" has been Ughly
recommended by a host of women who
know from experience and by men who
know from observation. Write Bra55:l!
Regulator Co., 20S Lamar Bldr Atlanta,
Ga.. and we will send you a valuable iittU
book to expectant mothers, m
THJE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1014.
DO NOT PUT OFF DEALING WITH US UNTIL YOU "GET IN A
HOLE" AND CAN'T FIND IT SOMEWHERE ELSE. INSTEAD,
C031E FIRST TO THE STOKE THAT CAKKIES THE STOCK AND
DESERVES YOUK BUSINESS, BECAUSE WE'VE "ALWAYS GOT
IT. V "A'
NO MATTER WHAT YOU NEED IN THE HARDWARE LINE
FROM A RAT TAIL FILE UP. WE HAVE ITAND THE PRICE
IS LOW FOR THE UP QUALITY.
Phone 118; Ocala, Fla.
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MADE AND FINISHED.
OUR OPTICAL GOODS ARE THE BEST. LET US TEST
YOUR EYES AND FURNISH YOU CORRECT GLASSES. WE WILL
DO IT RIGHT AND REASONABLY.
A. E. BURNETT,
. The Reliable Jeweler, Merchants' Block, Ocala, Fla.
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Good Returning any Steamer to October 31st.
Only Direct Line from
THROUGH RATES TO ALL POINTS IX NORTHERN STATES
Apply to H. G; HvNZEL, Florida Passenger Agent,
122 WestJiay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
RAILROAD OPPOSITION IS PUT PUTTING
TING PUTTING RIVER AND HARBOR
RILL IN GRKAT RISK
Washington, July 29. The River
and Harbor bill is in grave danger
of being defeated. "Talked to death"
may be its epitaph, and by a former
"chairman of the rivers and harbors
committee of the House. Yet there
are those in the Senate who still be believe
lieve believe the bill will pass that body at
this session, substantially as it came
from the commerce committee, and
one of these optimists is the distin distinguished
guished distinguished senior senator of 'Michigan,
William Alden Smith, whose name
has frequently been heard recently
as a likely candidate for the next
Senator Smith in reviewing the
present situation in respect to the
river and harbor appropriation bill,
said: "The sub-committee of the
commerce committee which reported
the river and harbor bill to the Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, consisting of Senators Simmons,
of North Carolina, Chamberlain, of
Oregon, Ransdell, of Louisiana, Nel
son, of Minnesota, Burton, of Ohio,
and myself, spent nearly two months
going over, with government engi
neers and experts, the House water waterways
ways waterways bill carrying, in round numbers,
forty-three million dollars.
"Hearings were conducted, various
communities throughout the coun country
try country linterested in particular water waterway
way waterway projects were listened to and
all projects were gone carefully into,
and I cannot now recall any differ difference
ence difference of opinion in the sub-committee
of any special moment. We were all
in practical accord when the bill was
finally presented to the Senate.
"'Some of the larger projects for
which appropriations had been made
from time to time, like the Columbia
river improvement, were closed by
this till and it was' thought by the
sub-committee that this course would
prove more economical than the
piece-meal appropriations of former
"I cannot remember tout one or two
items not recommended and estimat
ed by the corps of engineers of tb?
army. Those two items were: the
Arcadia "project In Michigan, for
which $25,000 is appropriated, and
the; other, the Lake Contrary project
on the Missouri river. The Arcadia
project is located in a rural communis
ty entirely dependent on water com communication
munication communication for -marketing their
crops. Some years ago $75,000 was
appropriated for the Lake Contrary
project, conditioned upon the rais raising
ing raising of a like sum by local interests.
The present bill eliminates that con condition.
dition. condition. Scores of meritorious pro projects
jects projects were killed in committee, while
others were not estimated for at all
and do not appear In the toill.
"The system of making appropri
ations for rivers and harbors may
not have heen scientific or wise when
the practice was begun, but in re recent
cent recent years the most careful and pain
staking scrutiny has ibeen observed.
This is especially true since the crea creation
tion creation of the intermediate engineer
board which is authorized and em empowered
powered empowered to review the recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations of district engineer officers even
after such projects have been approv
ed toy the division engineers. v .
"I do not recall a single instance
in my own experience where this ap
pellate board has not exercised full
supervisory authority with conserva
tism and impartiality. Members of
Congress have realized for several
years that an adverse report from the
army engineers virtually dooms the
project. And this course has done
away, almost entirely, with the old
practice of "log-rolling," which was
many years ago quite commoiily
practiced in securing local benefits
in river and harbor bills.
"There may be, and probably is,
improvement in rivers and harbors
not as necessary to communities to today
day today as when undertaken, but that
system was not without its cham champions;
pions; champions; boards of trade, chambers of
commerce, common councils and cit citizens
izens citizens generally They gave public
men no peace until their local ambi ambitions
tions ambitions were initiated. The situation
is entirely different today. And the
work of improving the risers and
harbors must now have the approval
of the expert engineers of the army
before it can obtain any standing
before the committee of either
house of Congress.
"I wish some better method than
the one now employed could be de devised.
vised. devised. The National Waterways
Commission, headed by Senator Bur Burton,
ton, Burton, and of which I was av member,
after months of careful study, laid
down some definite rules of proce procedure
dure procedure calculated to remedy many of
the defects, of the old system. Bdt
the plan is far from complete nsw
and must have further attention
from Congress. In the meantime,
partially completed projects cannot
be permitted to languish without
great loss to the government and the
"The. present bill is constructed
entirely upon these lines, and I did
not know until the bill was present
ed to the Senate that there was any
division among the members of the
committee of commerce regarding it.
"If it is proposed to withdraw gov government
ernment government support from our national
waterwaj's, this subject should be
canvassed in all its various phases
and the future -policy of the govern
ment frankly and openly avowed.
Until such a change In the policy has
been adopted the present method.
which reqiiires the approval of the
engineer corps, after careful Investi
gation, is the only one which can
consistently be supported."
NEXT MEETING OF
THE BOARD OF TRADE
The next meeting of the 'Marion
County Board of Trade will be held
Wednesday evening, August 12.
UUALA HOUSE III UPh
TNWING to the great demand for rooms, we
I J have opened the house for the accomodation
of the public. The remodeling of the house
has not been completed, and the formal opening
will not take place nor will all rooms be ready be before
fore before September 15th. However we have ample
first class rooms, with every modern convenience,
for all who may apply. No flies, no dirt, airy and
We are spending $15,000.00 on and in the Ocala
x House, and no hotel in the state will be better
x equipped to care for the traveling public, and at
X moderate prices.
X TT TNT Tf TIVMMMMM
EAST COAST IS
ON THE INCREASE
Cutting canals being the lashion.
reminds us of a famous canal cut In
Florida something over twenty-five
years ago. As most people know,
there is a strip of tidewater rivers
along the East Coast, making an in
land waterway from Jacksonville to
Miami. Very few, however, who
haven't made the trip, ever heard of
the Haulover. This was the name
of a narrow neck of land, only a few
hundred yards wide, separating the
Hillsboro and Indian rivers, and so
called because the Indians and pio
neers passing from one river to the
other hauled their boats over it.
About twenty-eight years ago, a
canal, deep and wide enough for riv
er steamers, was cut thru it, afford
ing an immense aid to coast naviga
The Star is reminded of the canal
by a letter from its night linotyper,
Mr. J. D. JBuky, who has been spend
ing a part of his vacation there. Mr.
Buky, who iwill return from his vaca
tion in a few days, writes of the
East Coast as follows:
"That Indian river section is sure
ly some orange grove country. I've
never seen such pretty groves, espe
cially those from the head of the In
dian river, thru Shiloh to the 'Haul-
over canal at Allenhurst. Just be
low Shiloh is located the Griffith
nurseries, perhaps the largest single
citrus nursery in the state, including
20 acres in nursery stock, or some something
thing something like 250,000 orange, tangerine,
grapefruit and lemon trees, a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful and wonderful sight to any one
who has never seen such.
"On the west side of the Indian
river, south from.Oak Hill, the coun country
try country is being rapidly opened and col colonized.
onized. colonized. All thru the old Turnbull
Hammock small towns are springing
up as if by magic and in a short
time that section will be a vast
stretch of orange groves, with hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of beautiful homes. Until a
few years ago this hammock was an
almost impenetrable jungle, with not
an acre under cultivation, due to the
fact that the grant -was held under
English "patents from the Spanish
owner. These old patent rights have
been readjusted and transferred to
colonization companies, who are now
giving clear titles to the lands.
"Few 'people traveling overland on
the East Coast have not seen the
ruins of the old sugar mills at Port
Orange and New Smyrna. These
mills were once kept In operation by
the enormous cane products of the
Turnbull Hammock from Port Or Orange
ange Orange south past the head of the In Indian
dian Indian river. Even now one may see
the lateral ditches, cane furrows or
beds and other evidences of cultiva cultivation
tion cultivation of sugar and Indigo, on the
thousands of acres of this vast ham
mock. Here it was that Dr. Turn Turn-bull,
bull, Turn-bull, the English adventurer, sub subjected
jected subjected to slavery thousands of Minor Minor-cans,
cans, Minor-cans, who, under promises of riches
and a life of ease and pleasure, were
induced to come to the New World,
only to find a life of serfdom await awaiting
ing awaiting them in the Eldorado of the
West. The story goes that these sim simple
ple simple Castillans were forced to toil for
their English master amid scenes of
horror, receiving only sufficient
clothing to cover their backs, and
one mullet a day for sustenance,
hence the nickname "Mullets."
"Many of the descendants of these
same Minorcans are scattered among
the colonists in the new towns along
the coast, making homes, engaged in
business enterprises of various kinds
and proving themselves ideal citizens
of our Land of Flowers the real
cosmopolitan of the "western hemisphere."
The unquestioned preeminence of these World
Famous Instruments make further
I am now prepared to give ray undivided attention to all kinds of
Jewelry .and Watch 'Bepairing.
I have all the latest appliances for doing work of this class
quickly and at the lowest possible expense. Give me a trial
Jo ClffiMSLES SIMM,
Carlisle Drug Store Building
Oranges jBananas New Irish Potatoes
Marion County Fresh Smoked Hams
Marion County Fresh Smoked Sides
BRICK CITY COFFEE, 40c FIRST PRODUCT COFFEE, COc
Fresh Roasted and ground in our own machine every day.
.Sliced Breakfast Bacon ; Dried Sliced Bee'
Sliced BoKed Ham', for Lunches
EGGS, Fresh from the Country, always in stock
Xew Salt Mackerel
Grape 'juice Ginger Ale
Olive Oil Salad Dressing
Mefferc's Home Cured Hams, Shoulders, Sides and Jowls.
Also Meffert's Hog lard in 501b cans.
Whitworth's Homemade, Sour, Spiced Pickles In hulk.
Ocala Auto livery Company f
No trip too long, or none to short for us to make. 2
4. Prompt service. Charges Reasonable
C. H. COONER, manager I
Latest sheet music ana Victor re
cords, at Lansford's. 7-18-tf
OCEAN VIEW HOTEL
On the Atlantic ocean, seventeen miles from Jacksonville ; facing
the finest, smoothest and broadest bathing beach in the world. The
summer climate Is cool and comfortable, to'the surprise of our patrons
from' other states, who have an idea that it Is hot because in the south.
Water temperatures are mild, hanging around 80 to 85, so that the
most delicate person can derive much benefit from surf bathing.
Rates $2.30 to $3a dey $12 to $18 a week.. AYeek end rates $4. 50.
W. Ill ADAMS, Owner and Manager, Pablo Beach, Florida
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1914.
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2 By MARIE BEAUMARSCHEFF. I
, Madame had locked her son in a
xoom. Such a son! Such a mother!
Emil Jean Marie Lefebre wept and
was chastised at the age of twenty twenty-one.
one. twenty-one. Madame la mere- buxom, irate,
hugewas competent to manage any
oneeven a gendarme if need be.
The cause? A miserable pouf!
the scum of a milliner's daughter
down the street, she of the hair re resembling
sembling resembling carrots, and the atrocious
freckles. Mon dieu! and it would seem
the more freckles, the more love.
Bien! Madame would attend to all
first to Emil Jean Marie;. afterward
to the bold minx; all all in good time.
Parbleu! What would you? To
have a girl come to the house every
week every week, attend you!---to
collect a bill for a bonnet not yet
worn! True, madame had possessed
it a year; but what' then? What with
Us hues yellow and pale pink it was
not possible to wear it so soon after
the death of monsieur. For madame's
husband had died during the year, and
bo she had continued wearing her old
Who would expect anything differ
. ent? A beloved husband in his coffin,
the very thought of yellow and pale
pink was odious odious for many
days to come. Meanwhile madame had
been constantly reminded of the price
of her unworn bonnet.
Can one never trust the ungrateful
children? Ah, the tortures of. mother
hood! First the agony of the birth;
then the rearing of the infant, the fear
that it will not live, the continued and
eternal vigilance for what? To have
an ingrate 'of a eon answer a summons
to the front door every week, like a
rabbit run out of its burrow, and fall
in love with the daughter of an ex
orbitant milliner a daughter present
ing a bill as if she were wound up
regular to appear once a week like
i.e Don aieu Knows now men are all
born to be lords, and forever order-
ng women about as soon as they are
"It is only during their youth that
they are submissive. Men are like
kings 6f beasts," soliloquized madame,
complacently reviewing her life with
the departed monsieur. -"Ah! he was
like unto a noble lion when roaring
his desires: 'Blanche, fetch my shoes
-Blanche, carry the hamper." Mad
A footstep sounded. It stopped in
front of the house. Dopbtless some
stupid ox of a huckster. Madame paid
no heed; she continued her gentle rev
eries. It was a romantic moment, full
of sentiments of the past. Presently,
however, madame bethought her of
her uncooked dinner, and she saun
tered around toward the front. Some
one was passing oy some ones maa-
It was the milliner's daushter cn
her head the yellow and pale pink
bonnet! Madame grasped the stone
post for support. The girl bowed.
"Behold me, madame. I wear the
hat, it is true. I am here, but I return
this time with it on my head, and you
may also reassure yourself on one
point: your son such a baboon! Do
you think I would look at him?
La-la-la! I would as soon wed a blue
mandril. To him I have made all the
blandishments only to endeavor to se secure
cure secure the money owed. To him I prom promise
ise promise all my soul, if he will but throw
me down the hat from madame's
room. Now, go and release your
grand bebe. Who would have him, him,-save
save him,-save the other soeur Felice? pooh!
"As for the promise to meet him at
the Moulin Rouge so! my compli compliments.
ments. compliments. I am married since last week;
yes, I am married, and to no baboon.
And no more will Emil Jean Marie see
of me. La-la-la-la-la-la!" And she
walked away, swishing her skirts.
What are sons? Ingrates, Ingrates
that is, some sons. And never will
madame forgive the insult put upon
her by her Emil Jean Marie. "And as
for him, he has learned well the les lesson
son lesson that all men should learn, ,and
forever remember, of the valuation
of a pretty bonnet, and of its price.
STORES WILL CLOSE THURSDAY
The undersigned merchants here here-by
by here-by agree to close their respective
I places ui uusmcaa uu luursuafs al
1 p. m.f beginning june 4th, and
If jou wish to go away tor the I continuing to and including Septem-
summer please correspond with Mrs.
E. W. Williams, who conducts the
Cumberland House at Monteagie,
Tenn. Rates, $7 to $10 per week.
Two months' Chautauqua, from July
1st to August 31st, which is a fine.
entertainment. Monteagie i3-on the
top of the Cumberland mountain,
over 2,000 feet above rea level. The
finest mineral water, most elegant
scenery east of the Rockies. For
health, pleasure, rest and beauty,!
there is no place like Monteagie in I
the South. Write at once to Mr3. J
E. W. Williams, Proprietress, the
Cumberland House, Monteagie, Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. 6-13-tf
ber 10th, and also agree to close
their places of business not later
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 23, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hail tne second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M M-Miss
Miss M-Miss Florrie Condon, Sec'y.
than 6:30 p. m. on other days ex excepting
cepting excepting Saturdays.
H. B. Masters Company.
Rheinauer &" Company.
E. T. Hclvenston.
Marion Hardware Co.
E. G. Rivers.
O. K. Teapot Grocery.
Counts Grocery Co.
H. A. Waterman.
L.' W.' Harley.
Mclver & MacKay.
J. L. Smith Grocery Co.
Hayes & Guynn.
The Murray Company. i
M. A. Bostick.
A. M. L3nfc?r.-rd.
If you are thinking of having you house
PAINTED OR PAPERED or any INTERIOR
DECORATING done be sure to see us before
letting your work out. We use nothing but first
class material and have had
OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
We guarantee to give entire satisfaction.
S. J. Clupka & Walter Tagg
P. O. BOX 423 OCALA, FLA.
You may sum the duty of your life'
in the giving of praise worthily, and
being yourselves worthy of it. Rus Rus-kin.
kin. Rus-kin. .'
All tires and tubes sold at the
establishment of "Davies the tire
man" from July 1, will be sold only
for CASH, but with a 5 dis discount.
count. discount. G-2S-tf
G. S. & F.
To think that he should be so un
like his brother Paul Baptiste Paul EXCURSION TO VALDOSTA;
uaptiste, wno Knew noi one woman i CON AND ATLANTA BY
from another except when served by
one at his dinner! A fine son; so si silent
lent silent so honest so dutiful, who had
eclipsed all by wedding one of the
soeurs Felice. The eldest one it was,
Antoinette she who had always had
epileptfc fits so sad! and only four
teeth but a portion of five hundred
francs. Ah, bon dieu! there was filial
devotion for you an example for all
mothers to admire!
And Emil Jean Marie! Have you
not heard, then? He is no longer a
son, but an ingrate, an outcast, a pa pariah!
riah! pariah! His mother's heart it is broken
as well; even the thought of Paul Bap Baptiste
tiste Baptiste and his wife will not console.
It is like this : Madame locks Emil
Jean Marie in her room. "Never," de declares
clares declares she, "shall you come out until
you promise to forget this pauper of
a milliner girl, who has not a sou to
her name. Never never never!"
"If all were like you in making pay
ment for what they purchase, it is
small wonder that she is a pauper."
This atrocity from one's own son!.
Then all is quiet.
Presently madame goes downstairs.
She strolls in the garden at the side
of the house; she becomes calm then
pensive. She plucks flowers and
sniffs in deep breatb.3 of sunshine and
air. She reflects that it is as well
to punish sons once in a while, as
The annual personally conducted
excursion to Valdosta, Macon and
Atlanta over the Georgia Southern
& Florida Railway will be operated
on Tuesday, August 11, and from all
indications it promises to be one of
the most successful ever operated by
The round trip rate from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to Valdosta will be $2, to
Macon $4 and to Atlanta $6. The
rate from Hampton to Valdosta will
be $2.25, to Macon $4.50, to At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta $6.50: from Palatka to Val
dosta $2.50, to Macon $4.50 and to
Atlanta $6.50; and from Lake But Butler
ler Butler the rates will be the same as
from Jacksonville. Tickets will oe
honored going on special 9 a. m.
train and on regular 7: 40 p. m. train
and will be good returning on any
MONDAY AUGUST 10
regular train ud to and
Sunday, August 16 th.
The special train, conveying the
excursionists will leave Jacksonville
at 9 a. m. This train will carry sep
arate coaches for white and colored
people and also buffet Pullman cars
for those desiring such accommoda
tions, and will run on a fast sched
ule, makeing only one or two stops to
nick un additional nassensers, and
arriving at Valdosta at 12:30 noon
Macon 5:30 p .m. and Atlanta 9 p
m. Excursion tickets will also be
honored on regular train leaving
Jacksonville at 7:40 p. m., and arriv-
Valdosta 11:05 p. m., Macon 4:l-r a
m. and Atlanta 7:25 a. m.
train will be provided with
poaches and sleepers for Macon and
Arrangements have been made to
have plenty of refreshments on board
Mrs. Sadie P. Clawson, Indiana,
Pa., was Dotnerea witn inaigesiion.
'My stomach pained me night and
day," she writes. "I would feel
bloated and have headache and belch-
ng aftej eating. I also suffered
from constipation. My daughter
had used Chamberlain's Tablets and
they did her so much good that she
gave me a few doses or tnem ana in
sisted upon me trying them. They
helped me as nothing else has done."
For sale by all dealers adv.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the eustachian tube. When
this tube Is inflamed you have a rum rumbling
bling rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, deafness is
the result, and unless the Inflamation
can be taken out and this tube re restored
stored restored to its normal condition, hear hearing
ing hearing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh
which is nothing but an inflamed con condition
dition condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
ifor any case of deafness (caused by
j catarrh) that cannot be cured by
wan s uatarrn uure. sena ior circu circulars,
lars, circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO..
Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling In
Quality or Price
COLLIEK BEOS., Proprietors.
Teacher of Botany in Girls School
"Now for a little review. What can
you tell me, Miss Smith, of the long longevity
evity longevity of bacteria?" Miss Smith "I
I don't remember exactly, but I think
they are longer than they are wide."
Do you ever nave trouble with
your machine "Breaking," "Skip "Skipping"
ping" "Skipping" or "Drawing." It generally in
the needle. Our man will call and
fit the correct needle 25c a doz.
Parts and attachments supplied for
every known make. We fix 'em too,
10 years experience. All work guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. We. live here. E. C. Jor Jordan
dan Jordan & Co. 7-6-tf.
Wa can repair your oia Furniture,
mate those old discarded pieces look
good and give a let more service and
tho price will be reasonable. E. C.
Jordan & Co. 7-6-tf
Ocala to Jacksonville
Tickets on sale all regular
trains, 2:30 a. m., 1:12 p. m.
4:20 p. m., August 10th.
and the usual amount
may be checked.
OCALA PUBLIC LIBRARY
Open daily except Sunday from 3
to 5 p. m. Board of Trade rooms,
Limit returning August 13. Ocala House blocs. --
Louise E. Gamsby. Librarian
,kj JOHN BOISSEAU, C. P. A.,
iSfc' Ocala, Fla.
G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P, A.,
Latest sheet music and Victor re
Why not now?
of all kinds
made to order
See, Phone or Write
WOODMAR SAND AND
Phone 331, N Main St
This bank 1? always open until 8
o'clock In the evening on Saturdays
and Mondays; on other days of the
week U closes at 3 o'clock in the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Th bank will observe all
legal holidays, both state and na national,
tional, national, and wlU remain closed on
George Giles, President.
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-19-tf
304- ttTBEST s
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. M. Gober C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
And Seen Nothing Eetter.
"Say, did you ever knowT a woman
to buy what she wanted at the first
store she came to? "Yes. My. wife
frequently does that is, she returns
to it after she's been to all the other
SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE
There's Nothing Better Than the Best
And thats the reason why,
WTien for the best you are in quest,
You'll not pass by, but will stop and buy
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
930 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
n.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited loaves Jacksonville
11: to a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrive.
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa 9 a. m.;
arrives Ocala 1:12 p. m.; leaves
Ocala 1:30 p. m.; arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 5:20 p. m.
No. 10 limited leave? Tampa 1 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 m.; arrlvea
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.
To a Person Who Prides
Himself on flis Appearance
& Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
? is a necessity. To supply that ne-
.Ocala eaim LamiiKDlry I
3J OCALA, FLORIDA h
OPEN DAY AND TflUUT
Merchant' 3 Cafe. A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Ad7.
Bo Yoni Meed
An EIIecMc' Fain ?
In MI Sizes
Mo Wo TOCECEE
Do you read our want ads?
will save you money.
Pot Your Ad. inthe STAR if yon-.nantRIPJi
cords, at Lansford's. 1 7-18-tf
THE OCA LA EVENING STAR. WEDXKSDAV, JIXV 21), 1914.
PIN YOUR FAITH TO OCALA.
20 Per Cent. Real Estate Investment.
lioes this Look Good to You?
Two small four-room tenement houses, in good
condition, lot large enough for two more nouses,
in colored section, just west of S. A. L. Railway,
on South 3d street, now rented to good tenants and
paying 20 per cent on the price asked, 600 for the two.
Titles perfect If interested see me at once. They will not be
long on the market at this price,
r ifti niTTA Real Estate and Fire Insurance
r VV. Ul I I W,
1 1 1. 1. PA
Mrs. E. Van Hood, Editor
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Sunday school has been the prime
factor in brinzinc to nass these
changes. It has been a hard fisrht.
up-hill work all the way. Our eni-
mies gave us ninety days of existence,
then they said. 'Church and school
will be sent to hell within a year.
he church referred to the building
iney are not wamea nere; tney are
interfering with other people's busi
ness. But, thank God, we were in
uauauuci nuuiuuji; I Thp v ncr's hiKinp?; and hp hns fiv.
The following ?; fnr n?e in the en us a great victory, and we are
Sunday schools on Temperance bun- marenmg on 10 more Mciorj.
xit the Chicago Convention
day, August 0:
When the. Men Got in I-ine
As an object-lesson to the public
that the Sundav school is "on the
lob. there is nnthinz nuite like a
Sunday school's Men's Parade. The
planned for parade would have been "A brilliant United States
held rain or shine, and the demon- once said that politics was
"The saloon is against everything
the Sunday school stands for, and
for -everything the Sunday school op
poses, declared .Mr. liaker as ne
thundered forth the facts that are
causing liquor men even now to see
what a desperate plight they are in.
i The Price of a Piano
I Is Misleading
If To those who don't understand how pianos are
made, a low price is attractive. To others a
H high price seems necessary to insure qual-
ity. Neither is right.
stration that would have been given Sunday school affair. He never said
by a determined march through it but once." The Sunday school Is
stormy weather would have borne making itself felt in politics in a wry
a great testimony; nevertheless a that is uncomfortably apparent to
sunshiny day was eagerly hoped for. many evil-doers. Commenting upon
Lowering clouds, rain, and even certain church officers whom he call call-thunder
thunder call-thunder were the early morning signs ed "whiskey deacons," Mr. Baker
of the day. A change in the weather "This church will not count for much
was prayed for. And the change in the moral life of the community
came. The afternoon brought clear until It develops expulsive conscience
sky and brilliant sunshine; even the enough to create new deacons."
pavements were dr3. Whatever one may believe as to the
Mounted police led the procession; right or wrong of woman suffrage, if
then came International Adult Super- the thing is going to come there Is
comfort in the thought that when the
women get to the ballot tooxes.
'what will they do to the liquor traf
fic will be a plenty."
j ferpT w- ,j j
represent the highest quI quI-ity
ity quI-ity at an honest price
they are sold here at Chi Chicago
cago Chicago prices, plus freight
and cost of handling.
Don't be misled and buy a
cheap piano you'll have -to
buy another in a few few-years'.
years'. few-years'. Buy a KIMBAUj now and
enjoy it for.a generation.
OLD INSTRUMENTS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE.
intendent W. C. Pearce on horseback,
with other Sunday school leaders,
automobiles of leaders, some of the
state militia, a mounted brass band,
and then the real thing: the rank and
file of Sunday school men, on foot. Alcohol makes "men kill their own
That business like looking man in wives, there is not a beast in the
a sack coat and straw hat is the ex- field that kills its mate."
Moderator of the Presbyterian Gen- "As long as there is one wet state
eral Assembly, North, John Timo- in the Union the right of all the dry
thy Stone, marching with the splen- states will be trampled upon. We
did men Hvhom he so manfully loves must have nation-wide prohibition."
in the wonderful Fourth Church of "I don't suppose that in the his
his near lake front. tory of the nation there has been
Class after class sweeps by: or- paralleled the activity of the liquor
conization after organization. What traffic in the last few weeks, and
cheers 'they "get! "Onward Christian months."
Soldiers" is the almost invariable .'.There are fewer saloons south of
marching hymn. It thrills one as no all Mason and Dixon's line than there
mere military spectacle could ever are in the single city of Chicago."
do; and one thinks, ;with -misty eyes, ".Men don't begin to drink after
of that Orent Review that is coins? they'er grown. The liquor traffic
to take place, some day, overhead.
The signs aud banners that the
men carried were eagerly read
the watching crowds.
A company of men bearing aloft a
"Mr. Sunday school: Booze Un Undertaker,"
dertaker," Undertaker," and below the line: "We
Will Bury the "Booze," appeared.
Following this sign several men
were carrying on a stretcher a dum
my figure of a man, vividly grotes
que, with a cask as his stomach, and
overhead the words "The Bier that
Will Make Milwaukee Famous." It
was just a glimpse of the end of the
finish fight upon which the Sunday
schools have enthusiastically entered.
Just after a sign reading "Where
Men Go, Boys Will Follow:" there
trudged two small boys, waving their
own pennants. That is one of the
mighty blessings of this modern
men's movement in the Sunday
school. When men say to the boys,
"Come," instead of "G," there is lit
tle trouble about getting the boys,
and holding them. It is virile,
splendid movement; Mr. Pearce
pointed out that we have today, at
the lowest possible estimate, 3,000, 3,000,-000
000 3,000,-000 men in the Sunday school. The
adult class movement started in the
must debauch the youth."
"In securing national prohibition,
which states ought to nave their
way; the 36 that iwant to be right,
or the 12 that want to be wrong?"
"The remedy for this deep-seated
organic disease? Get down to the
tissues that make up the organs, the
cells that make up the tissues. Who
are they? Your Sunday school
"When the liquor men say, 'Pro
hibition doesn't prohibit,' they mean
that they intend to hoist the black
flag of piracy above the Stars and
Stripes. Are we going to tolerate
that? Richard P. Hobson.
OCAIiA NORTHERN SCHKDUIiE
No. 72 Leave "Ocala daily 1:15
p. m. A -rive Paiatka daily except
Sunday. 4:45 p. m. Arrive Palatka
Sunday, 4:15 p. m.
rso. 71 Leave Faiatka dally ex
cept Sunday, 7:40 a. m. Arrive
Ocala 11 a. ml
No. 73 Leave Palatka Sunday, 8
a. m. Arrive ucaia, n a. m.
Thii is a orescrintlon nrMorcti tnrifl11i
iiitci uuuuuai n.oovwanuu urn.) muts rnr Mai fluin nrrui i e m. r-rr w e-r
r ive or nz doses wir break any case, am
i taken then as a tonic the Fever will no
eturn. It acts on the liver better thai
'alomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25
years ago, "a pretty lively Junior,"
said Mr. Pearce. "The men ..seem
to lead the women at present, in
numbers, but the women are coming
up splendidly. During the nine
years before the formal introduction
of the adult' class work, the figures ,.JJn5er a?d y virtue of an execution
, .... Issued out of and under the seal of
or tounaay scnooi memoerships in the ine circuit court in and for Marlon
international neld showed, an
crease of about one million.
JU1V 1I4. in A PPrt f n paiwa urhopa n
In the T Adams Is plaintiff and Keating
. , . j v-u are ueienuanis, i nave leviea
nine years xoiiowing, an increase or on ana win on
iv. ,iiu t i I Tuesday, the 4th dar of Aucrnnt. 1914
made. While, as Mr. Pearce stat- or aie on the premises of Keatin? &
I l.n In flMla VlnyiA a snA call Vi
led, this increase Is not all due to the same to the 'hisrhest and best bidder
adult additions, it is nevertheless sSnaf pJopeyfo-wiJf described per"
partly or largely as a result.
reckoned 'with outside the walls ofi
the school is shown from the remark
quoted from a saloonkeeper in a
And I Une safe, -one desk, one beer pump.
scuooi men nae lo De wine cabinet, one wraDDinsr counter.
six booths, one set of bar fixtures, one
cash rearister. one cashier's desk, one
set colored bar fixtures, one set shelv
ing-, one barrel rack, one set copper
Tlinnolc nna l!l holin it n V 1 a nnn lohola
P.nnndian linimr fio-ht u-hn c-jf ? one scale, one desl, one' wasron, 15
, gross pint oottles, six
terspersing his words with profani-
ty: "We could handle every bunch
of men except that Bible class lot
rolls paper, 325
quarts assorted liquors, -barrel stout.
2-3 barrel ale, 60 quarts assorted wine,
800 half pints assorted liquors. 100 as assorted
sorted assorted cartoons, two cases ginger ale,
one srallon 100 ncr -nt srin. 30 irallons
ve couiun i ao a inins wun mem. apricot oranav. two barrels beer.
T)l mi,.,. ,rr? t grallons wine, one gallon whisky, 250
The mighty engine of the Inter- paper bass. 30 nlntl whisky, one case
national Rnndnv Srhnol AusnHaHnn mineral water (splits), three barrels
rf r 'I pmntV hnttloa
with full steam on, is headed straight Sold to satisfr said execution and
u ii all costs. J. P. GALLOWAY.
iui me nquui name ui mis uaiion. ShrffT Marlon Pmintv. Fla.
And the liquor traffic might as. well Hampton.
Plaintiff' Attnrnpv. 7-26-
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 other districts two days in
each week from the 1st Monday In
tar Want Ads. BriB Results L
From an Arizona Sunday
'Our town has had the reputation
of being one of the worst in the state.
Previous to the organization of the
Sundav school thrPP vpar? arn September till the second Saturday ii
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THE OCA LA IS VEXING STAR, "WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1014.
P. A. Durand, tinner and plumber.
Phone 404. 7-17-6t
Mr. S. J. Cook is a business
Itor to Inverness today.
Mr. D. T. Jeffcoat, who broke his
right arm cranking his car last week,
is going around with the member in
splints and; doing about as much as
some mien with two good hands. The
Jeffcoat boys are hard to down, any anyhow.
how. anyhow. Tulula Lodge I. O. O. F. held a
pleasant and -well attended meeting
Jast night. This sterling old lodge
is always right there swith the goods,
and 13 doing a little extra humping
, right now in honor of one of its old oldest
est oldest imembers, Mr. iM. M. Little, who
is grand master, for the state.
Sous Bois extract-$2 an ounce. Sold
at Gerig's only. 7-25-tf
The forcelh the Star composing
room" had a fine treat yesterday
,from Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, in a basket-
full of superb peaches from the Sis Sis-trunk
trunk Sis-trunk 'farnycQrden. They were big,
' sweet cleaicstoJnjfuch peaches in
fact as a fewwyears ago nobody
thought could be raised in FJofida.
They are superior in flavor to any
that can be shipped in,
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the government.
Latetheet music and Victor re records,
cords, records, at Lansford's. 7-18-tf
'Mr. "Arthur M, Leavengood who
has been quite sick at his home in
Palmetto for several weeks, arrived
In the city this afternoon for a visit
to his mother, Mrs. A. J. Leaven
good. He is accompanied by his
wife and children. 'His sister, Mrs.
I. t. Turnlpseed of Ehinnellon, and
brother, Mr. Harry E. Leavengood of
Tampa, accompanied him.
Latest sheet music and Victor re records,
cords, records, at Lansford's. 7-18-tf
CHASE & SANBORN'S
Packed in Air'Tight
H -lb.. 30c
Diamond Sixty, 4 -lb .
Diamond Sixty, y2 -lb .
Orange Peko, U -lb
Orange Peko, -lb
Ilasket Fired Japan, -lb .
Emperor's Blend, Green and
Black, 4 "lb. ...........
Emperor's Blendr- Green and
Black, -lb. ........ .... .35c
Seal Brand, Enough Said, U -lb. .40c
VFancy" r ormosa-uoioong, -s Hoc
"Fancy" Ceylon, India, M-s.
"Fancy" Ceylon India, &'S,
"Fancy" English Breakfast U
"Fancy" English Breakfast U
Special Ceylon India, -lb .
Special Ceylon India 1-lb.
O. K. Teapot -Grocery,
PlIOXES 10 AND 174
Hid Over as Hid
o Blood Purity
Max. Min R. F
h average. .74 48 .03
average. .81 CO .09
average 83 61 .05
average 90 70 .19
I. 90 70
3... ......94 78
3.. .90 73 .72
4 87 : 76 .16
5. ...... .86 70 .41
6.. ..90 70
7 ...90 69
8 ..87- 70
10. 88 69 .24
II. ....... 88 69
12 .91 73
13 ....91 72 .23
14... .....90 73
15. ...... .32 72 .04
16. .86 72 .04
17 ..82 70
18.. ..90 "73
19 .88 74
20 ...S8 72 .28
21. . .... .87 71 .11
22. ... . . .72 69 .51
23... .....75 72 .29
24. .. .. ...91 75 .30
25...... ..80 72
26 .91 72 1.10
27:. ... 90 72
28. . ... .81 73 .
Partly cloudy tonight and Thurs
day; probably local showers.
T. L. Dekle of Ocala, who recent
ly purchased the San Juan Mall
Order House, was in town yesterday
looking after his interests. He was
a guest or the Koyal. Tribune.
Mr. Henry M. Gladding, who has
been spending the past eight months
at Weirsdale, is visiting Ocala a few
days before his departure for his
northern home. He leaves tomorrow
for Jacksonville and will sail on a
Clyde liner for New York. After
spending a few days there he "will
proceed to his home in South tNor-
walk, Conn. Mr.' Gladding has been
ming to Florida for several years,
each time his stay being of a longer
duration than 'the former one, and
as he expects to return before .a
great while, he will probably then
make his permanent home among us.
Mr. Fred DeHon, a iMarion county
boy now living in $t.Petersburg, left
Jacksonville yesterday for a several
weeks' stay in New York.
The Natural Stimulus fte
quired is Not the Pur Purgative
gative Purgative Kind.
He Knew She'd Guess IL
For five years John Henry had been
keeping company with Hannah May,
but not once in all that time had he
whistled any tune that sounded like a
wedding march. Naturally Hannah
May was beginning to feel-a trifle con concerned.
cerned. concerned. One evening, however, John Henry
came to the house looking as if he
might propose, and a great hope filled
the heart of the fairy one. Hope de developed
veloped developed Into certainty when the young
man drew a small jeweler's box from
his vest pocket
"Hannah, dear' began John Henry,
in a gentle voice, "I have brought you
a little present, but I'm afraid it won't
fit your finger. Will you try it on?"
"Oh, John!" ecstatically cried the
dear one, "do you really mean to say
that you have bought me
"Yes," was the hope killing rejoin rejoinder
der rejoinder of John as he handed over the
box, "a thimble. I knew you would
guess it the first time."
Mot Pill Are Better if Thrown Away.
Important as it to keep the bowels open,
It should be remembered that such action
does not necessarily mean that the llyer
bas been stimulated. The action Cf S. S. S.
Is a natural liver tonic, but not a bowel
mover. It works in the liver cells to assist
in the natural and necessary function of
converting from the blood certain constitu constituents
ents constituents into what' are known as assimilable
products. These are readily absorbed into
the body tissues to constantly provide new
and healthy material for that which 13
being destroyed by the energy of tissue
The presence cf any blood trouble natur naturally
ally naturally suggests a slrsgish liver, but there is
required those medicinal properties which,
upon reaching the liver, still retain their
catalytic enernr to keep on through the
blood circulation to do battle with impur impurities
ities impurities wherever they may have settled.
Rheumatism, "catarrh, anemia, most skin
diseases and other results of impure blood,
while implicating the liver by their morbid
Influences, are quickly checked by S. S. S.
. Its action throughout the blood circulation
results In the stimulation of the tissue cells
to the healthy and Judicious selection of
their own essential nutriment.
Yu can get S. S. S. hi any drug store,
but Insist upon having it.
Take no chance by permitting anyone to
recommend a substitute. And if vour blood
condition is such that you would to
consult a specialist, address The Swift Sre-
cino company, 520. Swirt Eldg., Atlanta, Ga.
Chinese Woman's Complexion.
A French expert has been giving
his attention to what he calls "the
exquisite complexion of the Chinese
women." This, he claims, Is not duo
to enameling, as is generally sup supposed,
posed, supposed, but to careful manipulation of
the face by most expert masseuses.
They begin by a gentle pinching of
the cheeks between the tips of their
fingers, an operation that consumes a
period of ten minutes. Then lotions
are applied by mean3 of absorbent cot cotton;
ton; cotton; then comes an unguent, and there
follows a kneading of the cheeks with
an extreme delicacy of touch, always
proceeding from the nose and commis commissures
sures commissures of the lips toward the ears.
Uncorking a Bottle.
It often happens that In attempting
to uncork a bottle the stopper is
forced into the bottle Instead, and it
thus floats on the liquid. This would
perhaps not be a drawback were it
not that each time the bottle is to be
emptied the cork comes to the neck
and causes an obstruction, preventing
the flow of the liquid. This can be
avoided very readily, and all that is
needed Is to bend a piece of stiff Iron
wire in a long U-shape, properly fit fitting
ting fitting It in the neck of the bottle so
that the loop portion projects some somewhat
what somewhat below the neck. Upon overturn overturning
ing overturning the bottle, the wire loop prevents
the cork from reaching tLe neck to ob obstruct
struct obstruct It.
New York, July 29.-lfurpentine,
4 9 to 49. Rosin," unchanged.
Chicago, July 29. September
wheat, 90 to 88; pork $20.95;
lard, $10.20; Ribs, $12.10.
STOCKS ARE STEADIER
New York, July 29. Stocks "this
morning -were two to four points
lower. The feeling is nervous. Lat
er, there was a better feeling.
COTTON PRICES STIFFENED
Xew York, July 29. Cotton was
nervous and excited, six to 22 lower,
near the month's weakest. Later
prices stiffened on buying. August,
11.50; October, 11.65; December,
STOCK MARKET CLOSES FIRM
New York, 2 p. m. Stocks turned
firm, vigorous buying; prices rapid rapidly
ly rapidly rallying.
SEVERE ATTACK OF COLIC
E. E. Cross, who travels In Virgin Virginia
ia Virginia and other Southern states, was
taken suddenly and severely ill with
colic. At the first store he came to
the merchant recomemnded Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar-
Toea Remedy. Two doses of It .cured
nm. ro one should leave home on
a journey without a bottle of this
preparation. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. dv.
Value of a Wife.
The magistrate had asked all of
the customary questions about taking
"this man," or "this woman," for a
lawful wedded companion and about
"promising to love, honor and obey."
The ceremony was finished. The cou couple
ple couple were married.
The bridegroom started to reach for
his wallet. Then he stopped.
"Squire," he said, "I gotta propo proposition
sition proposition to make to ye. I'll give you $2
now, or I'll wait six months and give
you what I think my, wife's worth
then, even if it's $200."
The magistrate looked at the bride
for a moment. "I believe I'll take the
$2 now," he said. Louisville Times.
You may not realize it, but a good bank is indispensable to you as a busi business
ness business man and citizen.
Directly or indirectly, the bank affects every individual in the community
The more directly it affects you the more benefit you will derive.
Come in and learn how we are able and willing to help you in financial
matters. 1 L
The Ocala 'National Bai
Resources Over Half A Million" : v. )
ACTIVE U. S.! DEPOSITARY.
Cutting and Polishing.
The Rev. Holman Black was con congratulated
gratulated congratulated In Denver by a reporter,
after an eloquent sermon, on his mas mastery
tery mastery of pulpit oratory.
"What is your secret, sir?" the re reporter
porter reporter asked.
Well" was Dr. Black's smiling an answer,
swer, answer, Ma preacher should always re remember
member remember that while there are sermons
in stone, the more precious a stone
is, the more carefully It must be cut
Laughter Aids Digestion.
Laughter Is a most healthfuL exer exertion
tion exertion it is one of the greatest helps to
digestion with which 1 am acquainted;
and the custom prevalent among our
forefathers, of exciting it at table by
jesters and buffoons, was founded on
true medical principles. Hufeland.
JF YOUR- Stenographer. Bookkeeper,
BilUng Clerk, Telephone Operator,
cr any other female member cf your
edeo force Qixidg3 to leave Saturday,
JT3 have only to use the Female Hefp
Wonted. or "Situation Wanted Female
columns cf wOUR PAPERw
to bring an alKround-dedrable applicant
for the position bright and early the next
, ; i
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located In Ocala, Fla., Expert work
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala.
Tickets good on all trains
Final Limit August 6th
J. G. KIRKLAXD, D P. A.,
lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local deeds
GOOD PIANO $30 A square piano,
magnificent solid mahogany case;
in first -class condition without
blemish, works In good shape and
tone is excellent and in fair tune,
, $30' cash. Apply at the Star of office.
fice. office. t-18-tf dw
Try nan PMly
& fr Tvn o n
ROIiL 'TOP DESK $18 A medium medium-sized
sized medium-sized roll top office desk, in first first-class
class first-class condition, $18 cash. Apply
at Star office.- 7-18-tf dw
FOR SALI3 One iarge horse In
good condition; one good work
mule. Ocala Lumber & Supply
LOST, CANE The person who took
cane with my initials on it last
Sunday from the postoffice will
please return It. R. McConathy,
12 m. to 8 p. m.
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WANTED Subscribers of the Star
to tell their neighbors of the plan
now in force for giving cash cou coupons
pons coupons to subscribers. 5-20-tf
FOR SALL Modern bungalow In
Linwood Heights! Inquire of the
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.5-15 tf
WA'NTED By middle aged German,
sober and industrious, with some
experience in fruit orchard, work
on truck farm as gardener. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Star office. 7-2 8-1 t
FOR RENT New bnngalo, all mod modern
ern modern conveniences, located on South
Lime St. Apply to C. V. Roberts-6t
FOR SALE One 6-room house and
out buildings and fence, at Levon,
Fla. See J. D. Carter, Belleview,
Rt. Rev. Abbott Charles, Pres. Rev. Father- Benedict, Director.
St. Leo College f
Five Miles West of Dade City and One Mile East of San Antonio
i Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889
i oiaooioai iiMn nnpannrnnm nnnnoco
ULHOOIUHL HUU UUI.il.lCMUIlL UUU1I0C0 5;
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
X U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SJPJ. 16, 19U
SAINT LEO.Pasco C ou nty, ; FLQRID A
FOR SALE $50 Schacht auto In
good running order; top, lights,
good solid tires, magneto, and two two-cylinder
cylinder two-cylinder water cooled engine. En Engine
gine Engine alone worth double the price
for a motor boat. Box 95, Ocala,
Fla. 7-2 6-4 f
FOR RENT Three connecting fur-ni3hec-
rooms for light housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. Mrs. P. A. Durand, 614 East
Adams street. 7-1 3-1 3 1
WANTED Young man wants fur furnished
nished furnished room, close In Easiness sec section.
tion. section. Address, rrf, care the
MARIOXrDlOT MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, f. &
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenitig3 of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
' Baxter Carn, W. is.
Jake Brownr Secretary. Ad
A complete stock of ice cream
packages just received enables us to
fill your order for any kind or quan-
tity of ice cream on short notice.
The Ingredients used In our creams
are of the, purest, which accounts for
the rich', smooth, creamy taste. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 7-24-tf