OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 1914
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OAMPE PCDMAMV DHOOIfl AIIOTDIA AMfl
JlnliUL, DUMYIHIll, nUuGIn, HuuMilH nliu
SERV1A ARE FIGHTING
ERY OTHER NATION 0)1 THE C011TH SEEMS
TO BE DRAWH III
London, Aug. 3. Almost, all of
jntinental Europe is at war. Ger-
my has invaded France at two
lints; also invaded Switzerland and
lgium near Liege.
Russian troops have invaded Ger-
finy. Austria is rushing men to aid
I England is expected to declare war
The London Times says: "It is
e greatest war since the fall of the
mian empire' f
Franco has invaded German ter ter-ory.
ory. ter-ory. V
RMAL DECLARATION OF AVAR
WILL BE MDE TOMORROW
London, Aug. 3. Belgium has
pcided to join France in war
The 'French parliament tomorrow
Ml declare war on Germany.
REPULSING THE RUSSIANS
rnians are Beating Them on Land
H and Sea
r ptockholm, Aug. 3. A Russian
t was defeated yesterday in -a
rl rvvith a German souadron. The
fssians escaped into the Gulf of
lland. Germany has seized the
ERMANS AVON AT JOHANNES JOHANNESBURG
BURG JOHANNESBURG Twenty .Russians were killed in a
4 r wish with Germans at Johannes Johannes-,rg,
,rg, Johannes-,rg, in eastern Prussia. The rail rail-ad
ad rail-ad tracks are being tore up.
OURING TROOPS INTO POLAND
Two German 'army corps have
ossed into Russian Poland. The
A-n of Kalisz has hen occupied by
WILSON SAYS THAT AMERICA IS
ABLE TO (MEET ALL EMERG EMERGENCIES
ENCIES EMERGENCIES OF THE WAR
Washington, Aug. 3. President
Wilson today asked the newspapers
to "be extremely careful not to add
to the excitement, ftiurope is highly
excited but alarm should not spread
to this country. Americans are ab absolutely
solutely absolutely and abundantly prepared to
meet the financial situation. It will
be my pride to be at the head of the
one nation which retains self pos possession
session possession and stands ready to help the
rest of the world. Bankers and bus business
iness business men are cooperating with the
WILL BE TROUBLE
IF FOREIGN WARSHIPS ARE
TRYING TO CUT OUR
New York, Aug. 3 There are un unconfirmed
confirmed unconfirmed reports that warships are
grappling for the trans-Atlantic
cables not far from the American
coast, intending to cut them.
rSTRIAN EMPEROR MAY
HAVE BEEN ASSASSINATED
London, Aug. 3. Rumor Aus Aus-'an
'an Aus-'an emperor assassinated. The
mor has not 'been confirmed.
MUSTERING THE MEN
Order has Been Issued to Mobilize
the British Army
London, Aug. 3. The Central
News Agency states that the king of
Great Britain this afternoon at a
meeting of the privy council signed
an order for the mobilization, of the
DEVOTED AVIATOR HURLED HIS AEROPLANE ON GERMAN
DIRIGIBLE MID DASHED BOTH TO DESTRUCTION
London, Aug. 3. The following terse telegram came from Paris
early this morning:
"French aeroplane rammed German dirigible balloon, killing twenty-five,
including French .aviator.
Location is not given, but is probably somewhere near Metz.
Reported that French aviator was Roland Garros, who had jnst
returned to France from Mexico, where he operated an aeroplane for the
Photo by American Presa Association.
French Artillery In Action
The artillery of France is one of the most efficient branches in the nation's
nrmy.. The gunners are well drilled, and the guns are of the latest type F1hW
practice has always been Insisted on by officials, and the result has been tin-'
high standard of efficiency that has been established. In the picture is shown
the latest type of guns in action.
A STRONG GERMAN COLUMN
CROSSED FRONTIER, BUT WAS
DRIVEN BACK IN BATTLE AT
duplicating the first movement of the
Franco-Prussian war. It was on
August 2, IS 70, forty-four years ago,
that the French and Germans met in
the first battle of that war at Saar-
It appears that Germany is taking
the fullest possible advantage of her
supposed superiority in rapid mob mobilisation.
ilisation. mobilisation. The plan of the German
emperor is to vanquish France in the
interval before Russia will be able
to create serious trouble. It is sup supposed
posed supposed that Russian mobilization 'will
take about three weeks.
London, Aug. 3. It is reported
that the German column, 20,000.
strong, which attempted to invade
France near Nancy Sunday, was
A GREAT BATTLE IS IMMINENT
London, Aug. 3. The German in invasion
vasion invasion of France has begun, without
actual declaration of war having
been made. German forces are now now-converging
converging now-converging from the east in the di direction
rection direction of Paris.
German troops crossed the French
frontier Sunday at a point near the
village of Circy, between Nancy and
Strasburg, and the German soldiers
who invaded Luxemburg are report reported
ed reported as marching on the- French for fortified
tified fortified town ,of Longwy.
The German force which came
into France near Circy, which is
forty miles from Nancy, is reported
to have been repulsed with heavy NECESSARY WAR MEASURE
Ios5' New York, Aug. 3. The clearing
Just Forty-Four Years Ago j house committee today voted to issue
Apparently the Germany army is clearing house certificates.
German and Russian Armies Rush Rushing
ing Rushing Together in the
Berlin, Aug. 3. A great battle is
imminent between Russians and
Germans in northeastern Prussia.
GERMANY COPIES THE TACTICS OF
INVADES AND HOPES TO WHIP FRANCE BEFORE THE RUS RUSSIANS
SIANS RUSSIANS CAN GET INTO ACTION
Paris, Aug." 3. German and
French patrols are fighting today" at
Concheray, a' frontier town on the
BROKE NEUTRALITY AT BASLE
The Germans have seized the
Swiss military station at Basle.
BRITAIN HAS A CASUS BELLI
The Germans are invading Bel Belgian
gian Belgian territory in the province of
CONGRESS VOTES TO SUPPLY
BANKS WITH HALF A
BILLION OF COIN
Washington, D. C, Aug. 3. The
House unanimously passed the Sen Senate
ate Senate emergency currency bill, making
available to the national banks
$5000,000,000 emergency money,
now In the vaults of the treasury.
SHELLED BY A GERMAN SHIP
Llbau, Russia, in Flames Russian
Cruiser Attacked the German
Amsterdam, Aug. 3. The Ger German
man German cruiser Augsberg bombarded
OLibau, 'an important Russian Baltic
port, this morning. Libau is In
A Russian cruiser later began an
attack on the Augsberg.
SUCCESSIVE REPORTS OF GREAT'
FIGHT BETWEEN BRITISH AND
GERMANS IN THE NORTH SEA.
London, .Aug. 3. Tho German,
fleet is reported bottled -up in Kiel:
itodaj.Vj' Heavy firing heard on the the-orth
orth the-orth Sea last night Indicates a.
naval engagement is going'on.
IT VlVY BE IMAGINATION
London, Ang. 3. A great naval
battle is reported in the North Sea Sea-Germany
Germany Sea-Germany is reported to have lost
seven ships and Great Britain two.
There had "-been no declaration of
war, so if British and German fleets
have fought, they must have run
into each other and gone to firing
wi th ou t in struct Ions.
HAVE TO BRING
OUR PEOPLE HOME
TO THE LADIES
Dowager Empress of Russia a Pris
oner to the Germans
London, Aug. 3. Dowager Em Empress
press Empress Marie, of Russia, who left for
St. Petersburg, was captured at Ber Berlin
lin Berlin by Germans. She was given the
alternative of returning to London
or going to Copenhagen.
Nation Will Send Money and Ships
to Relieve Their Needs
Washington, August 3. President
Wilson today asked Congress for a
quarter million dollars for the relief
of Americans in Europe. The gov government
ernment government may. send ships after them.
Congress is expected to authorize
the use of naval vessels to carry
the mails, passengers and freight.
American tourists in automobiles
are being halted and their machines
confiscated, aJI over Europe.
AIR TALK IS ENDED
Czar Summons His Fighters from the
Far Eastern Steppes
Tien Tsien, lAug. 3. The mobili mobilization
zation mobilization of all Russian troops in Si Siberia
beria Siberia commenced today.
Great Britain Shuts Off the Wirc Wirc-less
less Wirc-less Around Her Shores
London, Aug. 3. All' wireless
stations In Great -Britain not used by
"the government have been ordered
dismantled., Merchant ships 'have
ordered to dismantle their wirless
MOBILIZE THEIR ARMIES
Rome, Aug. 3. Italy today order ordered
ed ordered the army mobilized as a precau precautionary
tionary precautionary measure.
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THE OCA LA EVEXIXG STAR, MOXDAY, AUGUST 3. 1014.
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
UITTIXGEIl fc CAKROLL, PKOPKIETOKS
l&. ft. OutoII, General ?Ianager IVrt V. Lcavengood, lousiness Manager
J. If. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ge?.la, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
jne year, In advance 5.00
Hx months, in advance.... 2.1
Three months, in advance. 1.25
One month,, ji advance a0
One year, in advance....
Six months, in advance...
Three months, in advance.
One monh, in advanced.
At any rate, they can use Andy
Carnegie's peace palace at the Hague
lor a Red Cross hospital.
The Star fears that big, interna international
tional international naval parade at the formal
opening of the -Panama canal next
3Iarcli will never take place.
With so many issues of world wide
importance before him, any editor
who wastes his time on petty person personalities
alities personalities is not worth -his salt.
That remark of Premier Asquith,
that Great Britain was not in the
least pledged to support France will
jar the enthusiastic Frenchmen.
The announcement that the Jap Japanese
anese Japanese intend to stand by their al alliance
liance alliance with Great Britain removes
-one possibility of our country be be-.coming
.coming be-.coming involved in war.
Alter this one big war there will
be universal peace. Clearwater
There will be "universal desolation
until more soldiers can be grown
then more war.
"Of course, if ether people will
iight, it is our duty as Christians to
burnish them with food and other
things for a consideration. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. Also, to insist upon cash, on 'delivery.
Ht is against the rules of civilized
" warfare, established toy international
agreement, to drop bombs .from air airships
ships airships on an enemy. The first power
to -break this, rule will secure a great
advantage. Only the United 'States
' would be foolish and honest enough
l to observe it.
' People 'that have been abusing the
policy that Tias built up a big Amer American
ican American navy may now take time to re reflect
flect reflect that the same navy is quite a
comfortable thing to have, v It will
make the neutrality of the United
States a thing much to be desired by
all the scrapping powers.
It "is the (Star's opinion that the
Slarlon County Board of Trade is one
of the best powers for good in the
county. The ; Star expects to stand
by the board as long as the wheels
of Its presses can turn, and advises
jail business men to do likewise.
the German empire. The neutrality
of Luxemburg is guaranteed by Ger Germany,
many, Germany, Great Britain, France, Hol Holland,
land, Holland, Belgium and Italy, and by
sending troops into the little state
the German empire gives all the
other parties to the contract a casus
"GERMANY HAS DECLARED
WAR ON RUSSIA"
This was the terse dispatch that
came to the Star Saturday afternoon
at 4:30 p. m., and which the Star
bulletined at once all over the city.
Until that time there was hopes that
war might be confined to the two
first powers, Austria and Servia. But
those six words were the death knell
of peace to Europe, perhaps to the
world, until blood-letting in rivers
has drawn the war-fever from the
veins of mankind.
AUSTRIA'S WAR RECORD IS
NOTHING TO HE PROUD OF
It may surprise some of our read readers
ers readers to 'be informed that Austria has
never won in a war against a first first-class
class first-class power, unless aided by other
strong nations. She was whipped
four times in succession by France
from 1793 to 1809, and only won
against that nation in the war in
which it took all Europe to crush 'Na 'Napoleon
poleon 'Napoleon in 1813-14. In 1848, she de defeated
feated defeated the small kingdom o-f Sar Sardinia,
dinia, Sardinia, and in 1849, after having been
whipped to a standstill by the Hun Hungarians,
garians, Hungarians, she succeeded by the help
of SRussia in putting down a revolu revolution
tion revolution that but for the said .help
would have taken half her territory
and a third of her population. In
1859, France and Sardinia defeated
Austria in Northern Italy, taking
away Lombardy, and in 1S66, in a
war that lasted only seven weeks,
Austria was beaten by Prussia and
the new kingdom of Italy, compelled
to surrender her leadership in Ger Ger-many
many Ger-many to the former power and the
city and province of Venice to the
latter. Before the French revolu revolution,
tion, revolution, Austria, then the head of the
"Holy Roman Empire," was not
much more successful. She was de defeated
feated defeated by Sweden and Protestant Ger Germany
many Germany in the Thirty Years War, and
drove the Turks back in 1683 only
by the help of Poland. About the
only glorious chapters in Austrian
war history were those written
against the Turks from 1683 to 1718
when the Austrian armies, composed
largely of Hungarians and cavaliers
from all over Europe, and commanded
by Prince Eugene, a Frenchman,
drove the Turks toeyond the river
Save and the Transylvanian Alps.
WAR MAP OF EUROPE, SHOWING STRENGTH OF ARMIE
It is possible that the European
war will cause the Panama-Pacific
Exposition at San Francisco to be
dererred a year. Some European
governments have purchased conces concessions
sions concessions and begun to put up buildings,
' bat It Isn't likely they can make ex- Austria aided in checking France in
dibits -until the war is over, and 1689-97, and in defeating, the same
some time after. country in the war of the Spanish
Succession (1704-13), but in both
The Germans seem to be repeat- these wars the English and Dutch
ing their tactics of 1870. Having did the bulk of the fighting. Aus Aus-made
made Aus-made up their minds that they will tria was beaten by France in a war
iiave to figlit France, they will force carried on in Northern Italy in. 1733.
Hie 'fighting. They, (however, cannot Eleven years later, iAnstria became
"&e any better prepared than they involved in war with Prussia over
wiTre in 1S70, and the French are in hSilesia, and had to give up that prov-
' far .better shape than they were ince after four years or ngntmg. in
forty-four years ago. P1756, Austria formed a confedera
tion with France and Russia against
Should think that Germany would Prussia, which led to the seven years
" f pl like ibeing respectful to Great war the .most unequal conflict since
Britain atthis particular time. Not Persia attacked Greece 400 years B.
to speak of the British navy, the C. The allies had buu.uuu men
possibility of a couple of army corps against 160,000, and a population of
coming up out of India along the 100,000,000 against 6,000,000, but
Siissian railways and going into the the Prussians under Frederick the
Suiting in Poland is a prospect not Great, and with a little help from
wtoCnr o n v Mrpfiil jrPTiprfll. England, fought them for seven
J-J Jk V- M- fcj A. O V V - J o I
3ears, and finally won.
The reported invasion of Luxem- Austria's most marked successes
I i T- 1 J!
burg by German troops recalls the hhave oeen m tne partition oi roiauu,
fa-et that France and Germany came the annexation of northern Italy and
vwsry near going to war over that lit- the occupation and subsequent an-
-te patch, of territory in 1867. The nexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
tremble that started then led to the Northern Italy she has lost, and it
Franco-Prussian war in 1870, Bis- is by no means unlikely that Bosnia
mark taking it for granted that a
f?" y 1 s;H;mSi 'A I'Ssfa,' (Si war J oLA
? I1L C o rSV .. ...
jJ MEDITEPRANEAN f) TUR
" lighting strength of the principal European nations in time of vv:ii tt.ta.s uea;ly L'u.Mrti.t.u.i a oyt s.df. taii.iiu Servia. i the triple fiiteui, mii
si,ting of England, Russia and France, and on the other side, supporting Austria, Is the triple alliance namely. Germany, Italy and Austria Itself.
man named Raoul Villain, who be-HXCREASE REFUSED
came obsessed with the idea that in
opposing war Juarez was an enemy
of France. Juarez was one of the
most prominent socialists in Europe.
He was a member of the French par
liament and editor of LMIumanitie, a
lading socialist paper. His activity
in opposing militarism and captal captal-ism
ism captal-ism caused many to denounce -him
as an anarchist.
We have been 'hearing a great deal
in the past twenty years about the
impossibility of making war without
money, and about how the bankers
of the world could keep the nations
peaceful. The Star has not 'added Its
voice to this chorus because it lias
always known that in case of neces necessity
sity necessity a nation can .make its own mon
ey, and take Charge of its banks. As
long as a country has fighting men
and can proride them with -bread
and gunpowder, It can fightr and a
highly civilized nation can. do more
on that line tlran a barbarous one.
It cost the TJnited States about
$25,000,000 to compel Huerta a sa
lute the flag, to say nothing. of the
lives iof fourteen men, and 'the com compelling
pelling compelling ended in a complete backdown
by 'our Uncle Sanrael. Orlando Sen
Uncle Sam hasn't backed down yei.
He still holds -Mexico's principle
FOR THE EAST
But Roads 3Iay Raise Rates West of
Pittsburgh and Buffalo
Washington, Aug. 2.--In a divided
opinion yesterday the Interstate Com Commerce
merce Commerce Commission granted some of
the 5 per cent, freight increase ask asked
ed asked by the railroads in the .East and
Increases will apply in the territory
north of the Ohio and Potomac riv rivers,
ers, rivers, and 'from a vertical line drawn
through Buffalo and Pittsburgh west
as far as the iMissIssippi river. All
class rates and many commodity
rates are increased In that section.
Xo advances whatever were per permitted
mitted permitted east from Buffalo and Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh to tbe -Atlantic seaboard.
That excludes from the area from
which the railroads will receive ben benefits
efits benefits the greatest traffic producing
centers of the country.
DIDN'T EXD ACCORDING TO
SUXDAr SCHOIi BOOKS
To Get RIcT of Reef Ants.
Red ants can make a bouse almost
uninhabitable. Ome can get rid of
them, however, if one knoura how. The
first thing to do is to find the place
they come from L e.r where their
nest is. If It be in an accessible spot,
a little kerosene win quickly stop the
trouble. On the other hand. If the
nest be In the wall or under the floor,
find the nearest accessible point,. and
kill the insects off as they appear.
"Fop Gentlemen of Taste"
Imported Wines, Liquors and Beer
Merchants Lunch 12 to8:30
HARRINGTON HALL BLOCK
i. I ii mm i,i.i,.
I'll A YE It PIANO BARGAIN
and Herzegovina will cost more than
Einasra-le between the two nations they are worth. As for Austrian
rsrasi inpvitahlp and hpsrinninsr the Poland (Galicia) by this time tne I Bam
3Hrjes of diplomatic maneuvers that Austrian armies are engaged in a life
Tirm-oked Xanoleon III. into starting or death struggle, to hold it against
a war for which lie was not prepar- the Russians.
Luxemburg is not much bigger
Ex-Governor Folk, chief counsel
of the Interstate Commerce Commis
sion, said of a certain railroad Investigation:
"The climax was disappointing
disappointing from every righteous
viewpoint. It suggests a story of my
"A resident was showing a holiday
visitor over Brownsville in his car on
" 'Do y.ou see that fat, red-faced
man?' (he said. 'I mean that man
carrying the flag. in the procession.
Well, fifteen years ago he was a youth
of (rarest promise, a college graduate
prosperous in business and with a
power of application which promised
to land him among our great pluto plutocrats.
crats. plutocrats. "He iiad some money, he invested
it in business, and 'his business pros prospered.
pered. prospered. He married a lovely girl. She
bore him three beautiful children.
And then, in an evil hour
"The narrator sighed heavily.
"In an evil 'hour, yielding to the
tempter, he began to drink beer. He
drank light beer, dark beer, even
buck beer. 'He drank regularly and
he encouraged others to drink. That
was fifteen years ago, and he was
then on the high road to wealth. To
day what is he?'
"The visitor, as he regarded the
fat, warm man trudging alpng under
the enormous flag, shook his head
I have a $730 player piano right
from the factory, not yet opened,
that I got in a close trade. Price
printed in gold letters in top. Bench,
cover and rolls with piano. Will
sell for about lialf regular price on
easy terms. Old piano or any kind
of salable property taken as part
payment. Address, Box 170, Ocala,
I la. 8-1 -2t
fhnn Marion county, but contains In the crash of the coming war,
isiJbout 200,000 people. It-is a semi- Saturday, few people noticed the as
"gnflependent state, -but the queen of sassination in Paris of Jean Leon
"Holland is its sovereign with the Juarez, a noted socialist leader and
-title of grand duohess, and its cus- eloquent advocate for peace. He
toms receipts go into the coffers of was shot Friday night by a demented
' 'Today he is a beggar and a sot,
" 'Xo,' said the resident. He is a
millionaire 'brewer. That's his brew
ery up there that grey granite cas
tie thing up on the hill.'
I repair all kinds of complicated
watches and clocks in 'the very best
manenr. J. Charles Smith, jeweler.
This I, moreover, hold and dare af
firm where'er my rhyme may go.
Whatever things be sweet or fair, love
xnake3 them so. Whether it be the lul
labies that charm to rest the nursling
bird, or that sweet confidence of sighs
and blushes, made without, a word.
Whether the dazzling and the flush of
softly sumptuous garden bowers, or by
some cabin door, a bush .of ragged j
flowers. Alice Cary.
We mean are yoa getting the service we wish to give you and which
yon ougit to have? We believe yon are. Most of our customers arc
satisfied and we are proud of the fact. But if there is anything wronr
in our relations we want to know it NOW, so we can do our part in
straightening It out before the rush days come.
caila Ice & Paidldimgj Co
fie Commercial. Bails
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ODD FELIX) WS
Tulula. Lodge Xo. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in Vonges hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbeft, Secretary.
Queerest Word in Language.
Pocket-handkerchief is the queerest
word in the language. At first it was
kerchief (cquvre-chef), a covering for
the head; then it became handkerchief,
a covering for the head carried in the
hand, and at last pocket-handkerchief,
a covering for the head held In the
hand and kept in the pocket.
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the finest, smoothest and broadest bathing beach In the world. Tj
summer climate is cooi uiu vuuiiwiwuv, w V444 uiujj.iv
m .i Vi o on frier fhilt It Is hot because in th crvritVi
II J HI utllci Diam, nuu uaiv v.
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Hi. uCAiuA EVENING ST AH. MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 1914
Why not now?
of all kinds
) made to order
DIVKIIT JiU.SIXKSS TO
! home at North Lake Weir, have ter-
THK PANAMA DITCH niinaied their visit arid stopped over
in Belleview a short while last Sat-
l .Conflict in Kurope will Send .Many urday morning 0:1 their way home.
Mrs. W. R. Kilpa-trick returned
Ships Thin the American
Petersburg la.t Saturday
after a visit' to her daughter, lasting
Washington, Aug. 1. The Pan- several months,
ama Canal, which will be or en to j a band of Gypsies rolled into town
commerce in another two wee:s, is j last Saturday afternoon and traded
destined at tne outset to oecome ajin the stores to their heart's content, j
strategic highway of the won i it j They camped on the outskirts of the
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j tria-Hungary and Servia develop in- Mr. and -Mrs. Henry Shaw, from
to a general conflict involving the the Pedro section, were visitors to
other European powers. town last Saturday
The treaty stipulation provides
that the Canal, like the Suez Canal,
'shall be free and open to tha ves-
Isels of commerce and of war of all
nations anil 'snail never oe l.ock-
aded, nor shall any right of war be
exercised nor any act of hostility be
committed within it."
The liability of search woul I be a
hazard to 'Suez and Mediterranean
commerce cf the present war clouds
Mr. W. X. Tielding, left Saturday
afternoon for Gainesville, where he
goes to see what his first grand granddaughter
daughter granddaughter looks like.
Mr. Bemjamin Shedd went down
to Tampa on train Xo. 3 last Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon, where he will visit
with his friends and relatives for a
The Bellview baseball swatters
went down to Oxford last Saturday
Carl Wenzel & Son
L.ASTEHS and CONTRACTORS
'or Lathing Plastering and Stuc-
l work, also all kinds of Cement
vork. Wo take contracts any-
vhere in the state
Wyominia aid Washington Sts.
burst and it was suggested h?re that j to enjoy the festivities of the day
a large part of the Suez commerce and rncidently to take a game avay
might be :!iver:el to Panama. 'from the Oxford -Melons to the tune
While the vessels of war as well .01 t to 4.
as of commerce of belligerents may
! freely use the canal, exact rules have
Iteen divised to maintain the strictest
'neutrality of the waterway. The tran
sit cf war vessels m
.the least possible d
erent may "embark or
HOW TO CURE A SPRAIX
A sprain may be cured in about
disembark i the directions with each bottle. For
terwav. me tran- u uuieu iu au.
ust be made with i one-third of the time required by
- n ii- 1 usual treatment by applying Cha
eiay. No Be.lig- j berlain's Liniment and observ
! 1 TAKERS and EMBALMERS
ne Caskets and Burial Robes
E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
. V. ROBERT' . .30
If you want to buy or sell
troops, munitions of war or warlike j sale by all dealers.
materials in" the canal, except in case 1
of accidental hindrance of the transit, j STORES AVIL'L CLOSE THURSDAY
an .1 in such case the transit shall be i
resumed with all possible dispatch." The undersigned merchants here-
The treaty provisions prohibiting j by agree to close their respective
any act of hostility in the Canal Pre-jPlacs of business on Thursdays at
! eludes any war vessel from exercis-! 1 P- m- beginning june 4th, and
Sing the right of search cn a commer-; continuing to and including Septem-
cial vessel in transit, through the;ber 10th, and also agree to close
waterway or within three miles of j their places of business not later
either terminal. man o:su p. m. on omer aays ex
H. B. Masters Company.
Rheinauer & Company.
E. T. HUvenston.
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 Cc.
Hayes & Guynn.
The Murray Company.
M. A. Bostick.
New and Second Hand
Farm Tools, Harness Etc.
Easy Payments if Desired.
310 S. Main St. Ocala Fla.
Belleview, Aug. 3. Mrs. John D.
Harrell is visiting with her parents
at We!aka, on the St. Johns river.
Mrs. John D. Harrell is visiting
with her parents at Weiak.a, on the
St. Johns river.
.Miss Essie McGagin returned to Ox Oxford
ford Oxford after a pleasant visit with her
aunt, iMrs. Joseph Lucius, on last
Be sure and put the street and
number, on all letters going to cities.
It take the entire time ofrnine men
in Jacksonville postoffice to furnish
addresses to letters marked, "Mr.
John Smith, Jacksonville, Fla." This
occasions delay in the delivering of j
0 11 1 1 L t P T
r, 1 Ocala Lodge No. 699, L O. O. M.,
Miss Grace Stanley is going around x nn
wdth a very lame foot, as the result; . .
(Of stepping on a rusty nail, which
penetrated through the sole of her
shoe and went directly up into the
ball of the foot.
A. M. Lanfrrd.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
visiting brethren always welcomA to
the lodge and club house, on Mag-
I nolia. street near postoffice.
J. D. ROOXEY, Dictator.
We Still Have Money to Loan at
5 PER CENT
We represent a loan company
which will make you a loan on im improved
proved improved city property, on easy
terms monthly payments.
G. S. SCOTT & SOX.
' Utterly 'Worn Oat
Getting the Blood in Order
Is Required By Most
Mrs. Wm. Seesee left last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday for Cleveland. Ohio, where she
will" spend the balance of the sum-
Mrs. Isaac Nichols returned from
a visit to 'her daughter, Mrs. I. I. j
Strong, of Ocala, last Friday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, accompanied by .Mrs. Strong
j who will spend the week end with
Mrs. W. F. Maier and little, Miss
Reba, left last Wednesday for her old
home in Missouri, where she will
visit with relatives until the coming
of cool weather.
iMrs. S. B. Vinning and children,
of Plant City, who have been visit visiting
ing visiting with her father for several weeks
returned to their home last Friday.
CVIiss Mariemma Stanley came in
I and visited with the Tremere's last
Thursday and was a lively participant
in the birthday festivities that night.
Mr. Tremere is in receipt of a
Boston paper, showing the Tremere
House as it stood on North street
in 1674. "It -was one of the largest
residences in the city at that time
and. was a land onark for a great
many years.5 The site occupied by
this house is now part of the con-
WOODMEi OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp .No. 14 meets in
Voiige's-Hall at 8 p. m. every second
and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sov-ereigns
ereigns sov-ereigns alway? welcome. Adv.
b: J. Burden, C. C
Chas K. Sage, Clerk.
COXCORDiA LOIGB F. OF A.
If vou think you have gone to smash ard
fit only for tlie discard, try S. S. S.' for the
blood. It will surprise you to know what
can le dene for bealthonce the blood is
released cf the excess of body wastes that
keep It frcm exercising its full measure of
If you feel played out, go to any drug
store and ask for a bottle of S. S. S. Here
is a remedy that gets at work in a twink twinkling;
ling; twinkling; It just naturally rushes right into
jt-ur blood, scatters germs right and left,
A5P and down cad sideways.
JTou feci better at once, not from a stim
ulant, net from the action 01 crugs, dui
from the rational effect of a natural medi-
The Ingredients in S. S. S. serve the
active purpose of so stimulating the cellular
tissues of the body that they pick out from
the blood their own essential nutriment and
thus repair work begins at once. The relief
Is general all over the system.
Do Tct neglect to get a bottle of S. S. S.
today. It will make you feel better in just
a few minutes. It is prepared only in the
laboratory cf The Swiff Specific Co., o30
Swift Eldg., Atlanta, Ga. Send for their
free book telling of the many strange con conditions
ditions conditions that afflict the human family by
reason of Impoverished blood.
STAJl .wants ads. bring results.
Concordia ioage, Fraternal Union
of America, meets iy Yonge's HaP
un tLe second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chad. K. age. Secretary. d
MARIOA-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F A
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until furthe- notce.
Baxter Carn, W. y..
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Ledge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
gested business district of the city j drugstore A cordial welcome to-vis-
and the people who formally lived
in it are now all dead. There is some
antiquity attached to this name of
ours and there aint many people
that wears it.
Mr. J. O. Hightower, of Heather
Island, spent part of last Wednesday
in Belleview. Mr. Hightower has a
large ensilage cutter on the rails and
as soon as it arrives he will put it to
work filling his big silos with green
succulent corn which will serve to
feed his hundreds of head of cattle
through the winter.. Not long ago
Mr. Hightower was bothered by the
depredations of a large chicken snake
iting brothers. Wm. M. Gober C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
Wa can repair your 01a 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
A complete stock of ice cream
packages just received enables us to
fill your order for any kind or quan quantity
tity quantity of ice cream on short notice.
The ingredients used in our creams
are of the purest, which accounts for
I the rich, smooth, creamy taste. The
and after careful watching he located Court Pharmacy. Phone 2S4. 7-24-tf
Mr. Snake up in the hollow of a
large tree. He sent a darkey up
that tree, and he hauled tip a kettle
of "hot water and poured it "down
that hole 4he snake came out and
the 'darky came down, both of them
P. D. Q.
JMr. and Mrs. P. J. Theus, who
have T?een stopping with Mr. and Mrs.
C 32. Connor 'at their commodious
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates M?de on All Con
rxct Work. Gives more and betUi
vorlr for tho money t'lan any othei
"Lviacto- in the dtv
The annual personally conducted:
excursion to Valdosra, Maccn and
Atlanta over the Georgia Southern J
& Florida Railway will be operated I
on Tuesday, August 11, and from all
indications it promises to be one of j
the most successful ever operated by j
this line. j
The round trip rate from Jack-
sonville to Valdosta will be $2, to!
Macon $4 and to Atlanta $C. 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 Valdosta
dosta Valdosta $2.50, to Maccn $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 be
honored going on special 9 a. m.
train and on regular 7:40 p. m. train
and will be good returning on any
regular train up to and including
Sunday, August 16th.
The special train conveying the
excursionists will leave Jacksonville
at 9 a. m. This train will carry sep separate
arate separate coaches for white and colored
people and also buffet Pullman cars
for those desiring such accommoda
tions, and will run on a fast sched-j
ule, makeing only one or two stops to
pick up additional passengers, 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 arric arric-Valdosta
Valdosta arric-Valdosta 11:05 p. m., Macon 4:1." a.
m. and Atlanta 7:25 a. m. This
train will be provided with extra
coaches and sleepers for Macon and j
Arrangements have been made to
have plenty of refreshments on board
and the usual amount of baggage
may be checked.
The unquestioned preeminence of these World
Famous Instruments make further
L I. IiW0
NOT SO STKAXGE AFTEIt ALL
Ydu may think it strange that so
many people are cured of stomach
trouble by Chamberlain's Tablets.
You would not, however, if you
should give 'them a trial. They
strengthen and invigorate the
stomach and enable it to perform its
functions naturally. Mrs. Rosie Rish
of Wabash, Ind., writes. "Nothing
did me the least good until I began
using Chamberlain's Tablets. It is
decidedly the best medicine for
stomach trouble I have ever used."
For sale by all dealers. Adv.
A. IR. HAMPER
Pianos at Factory Prices
The Chase Brothers, Krell,
Adam Schaaf Chase-Hackly,
Carlisle and Royal Pianos
Gainesville, - Florida
OCALA liODGE XO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even even-ngs
ngs even-ngs in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club houte
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad.
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
We Make Them Tired
Because none of our competitors
can approach us in the thoroughness
and excellence of our motor car re repairing.
pairing. repairing. Our skill comes from actual
practical knowledge gained in the
business, hence our rapid ivork" is al always
ways always better than you will And done
elsewhere, wliile our charges are
lower than others make. Better
find oui our style of doing wort.
17 N. Main St.
Star Want Ads. Bring Results
THE LITTLE SAXON
Yes, it is pretty, and the car looks like the picture, only prettier
They sell for Delivered in Ocala
They are good cars for- this, or
any price. The motor is power powerful,
ful, powerful, silent, long stroke, does not
heat and is the mos'c economical In
gasoline and oil consumption yet
made 35 miles per gallon and up.
It is easy riding, stylish, graceful
in looks, is strong and durable and
will go through any sand or up any
hill that a big powerful car will.
When you have to buy a tire it is
an item, a BIG Item on most cars,
they cost $7 each for a Saxon, and
wear much longer on account of the
light weight of the car a thousand
pounds. There is no wood about the
car, all steel of the 'best make. Fol Following
lowing Following are some of the many good
points of the little Saxon.
The car has a big roomy, finely up upholstered,
holstered, upholstered, easy riding seat, sufficient
for two large persons and a child.
and lots of leg room to stretch oat
j in. One of the cars Just came
I through from Tampa to Ocala, others
J have gone, in endurance tests from
you think they will go any where
you want to go?
If interested, call on, write or
phone, the agents for MARION and
CITRUS COUNTIES and they will
shnir Tnn thf rur nnrt what if will
WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO. BUILDING
PHONE 296 OCALA, FLA
THE OCAliA EVENING STAR. MONDAY, AUGUST 3. 1014
WANT TO HAVE A GALA WEEK
i OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f
::xk. x-x-::-x-;-:-2 c-x-x xxxxxx xx-xx
(If you nave any items for this department call phone 106)
A a I .M ,1 ; l 1 a
w -a. xveviuiug, vaa na ueen tor
north for the past few weeks on his
annual vaaetion has been visiting in
Chicago, 111., points on Dake -Michigan,
Detroit, South Bend, Ind., and
is now at Niagara Falls for a brief
stay. Te coming week will be spent
with relatives in Pennsylvania and
!ew York and Mr. Redding swill re return
turn return -home. August 7 on the Clyde
JAne steamer .Mohawk from New
York City. Times-Union.
Mr. Itedding'3 two sons, Masters
Fred and YV. A., Jr., are now guests
of their grandmother, Mrs. E. J.
Jledding on South Second street.
Miss Josephine Williams is now in
Skyland, X. C, for a several weeks'
sojourn. Friday she was a member
of a party motoring to Ilenderson Ilenderson-ville,
ville, Ilenderson-ville, to spend the day.
Dr. -and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter had
as their guest at Summerfield last
week the former's sister, Miss Viola
Slaughter of Jackson, Ga.
Dr. Carl Lytle of Stanton, who was
recently graduated In dentistry from
Vander"bilt University, left a few
days ago for Palm Beach, where he
will practice his profession. Dr.
"Earl Lytle, a member of the same
class, expects to locate in St. AugUS AugUS-imfi
imfi AugUS-imfi Within t.hp tvpy Iwn iwpplra
iMr. S. J. Cook has gone north to
join Mrs. Cook, who ihas 'been visit visit-2ng
2ng visit-2ng her parents at iSouthington,
Conn., for some time. They -will re return
turn return to Ocala in September.
-Mr. Stephen Jewett and 'Mr.
Brantley Weathers motored to Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland yesterday in the former's Ford.
Mr. Jewett will spend the week visit visiting
ing visiting 'his brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. San ford Jewett, and .Mr.
Weathers will return tomorrow.
IMr. and Mrs. W. M. Dale and little
daughter Virginia of Gainesville,
were in the city yesterday, en route
to Inverness to visit iMr. Dale's
mother. They returned to Ocala
this morning, and left for their home
in the afternoon.
iMiss iHelen Brown left yesterday
Tor Hot .Springs, Ark., to visit college
mates, later going to .Missouri to en en-Sloj
Sloj en-Sloj a series of visits to relatives.
Hiss Drown expects to be away until
"Christmas and en route nome will
: spen d a few days at her alma mater,
Randolph-Macon College, Lynchhurg.
Concluding a three "weeks' vaca
tion to Asheville, iHendersonville and
Atlanta, Mr. B. S. Weathers of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, spent Saturday and Sunday
m 'tnis city, 'tine guest or nis parents,
SMisses Margaret Walters and
Floyd Whittlejhave gone to Skyland,
X. 'C, to sperld. their vacation. "Miss
Walters -will we ah sent two week
-oniJ CMiss Whittle a month
benefit of his health. Dr.
will return home Wednes-
The -Methodist sewing circle was
entertained this afternoon by Mrs.
W. K. ZewaJski. The Presbyterian
circle met with Mrs. Mary Dodge
Miss Callie Gissendaner returnei
today from a visit to Misses Louise
and Lorayne 5pencer at Bassey
Island in the gulf.
Mrs. Jessie Haycraft, Miss Ethel
Haycraft and Dr. Weaver of Oak
were guests yesterday of Mr. and
Mrs. G. I. Singleton at Inverness,
motoring down after breakfast in
the farmer's car.
Dr. H. F. Watt went to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville yesterday to meet Mrs. Watt
and little daughter, who returned
home with him this afternoon.
Miss Lucile Gissendaner ds spend spending
ing spending this week at Lake Weir a guest
of .Mrs. Mary Eagleton.
-Misses Katherine and (Mildred
Pyles returned today from Eastlake,
where they have been spending sev several
eral several days with -Mrs. J. M. Liddell of
Santos and Mrs. Ion Farris.
Judge and Mrs. W. S. Bullock
andrMiss Alice Bullock reached
home yesterday from their visit to
the East Coast.
Mrs. Arthur Williams and daugh daugh-ter
ter daugh-ter left today for their home at Mur Mur-dock,
dock, Mur-dock, accompanied by Mr. Williams,
who arrived yesterday.
Mrs. H. :X. Clayton ds the guest of
her sister-in-law, iMrs. George Close,
arriving Saturday from Tampa.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Martin and
the latter's mother, Mrs. Gordon of
Largo, -are guests of relatives at Fort
McCoy, prior to leaving next week
for the mountains of North Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, to spend several weeks.
iMr. and Mrs. Cleveland Johnson
and children, who live near Cap-t. S.
R. Pyles, returned today .from a
pleasant visit to Wood mar.
Mr. .and Mrs. Charles Peyser, Miss
Gertie "Peyser and little Misses Car Carolyn
olyn Carolyn and iBabbett Peyser left today
for White Springs to spend some
3Irs. John Crawford and daughter
2iave gone to Johnson, S. C, to visit
relatives for several weeks.
Mr. Charles M. Gray, formerly of
Chis -city hut now of St. Petersburg,
was a passenger on 'the Arapahoe,
sailing from Jacksonville Saturday
for New York. He will spend his
vacation visiting his brother, Mr.
Arthur Gray, -who is now residing in
(Mrs. John Graham and little
tfa-nsrhter will accompany the for
mer's sister, Miss Kate Hull to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Tuesday of next week 'for a
short visit, after which they are
planning to go to Biltmore, C, for
the remainder of the summer.
Jim 'KentZj of G-len, Fla., is spend spending
ing spending several days in Tampa visiting
"Eastern Star sewing circle 'will
meet with 'Mrs. Jake Brown Wednes
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
By an oversight the name of Miss
Ehini-ce Felts was omitted from the
list of guests present at the party
-islvten bv Miss Irma Brigance last
Mr. J. W. Akin and family and
Mr. C. G. Barnett and iamily have
rented one of Dr. 'Henry's cottages
at Oklawaha, went down Saturday
and took charge and will spend the
nnonth of August there. The men
folks, however, will only be able to
epend the week-ends there during
3Irs. E. L. Wartmann of Citra left
yesterday for Atlanta to visit her
.daughter, .Mrs. Eugene Cox.
JMr. .Hardy Ha wis and tfamily went
to Oklnwaha this afternoon to spend
rr. P. P. Pillans of Orlando is
the guest of his (brother, Mr. L. Hi
jPSIllans and family, arriving yester yester-lay
lay yester-lay from Hot Springs; Ark., where
lie has -been spending several weeks
THE OXFORD PICNIC
Never in the history of annual
picnics has Oxford scored such a
complete success as it did Saturday,
when it gave its fifteenth ". annual
barbecue and picnic, under the ma majestic
jestic majestic oaks on Church street. The
crowd surpassed the attendance of
former years, reaching between fif fifteen
teen fifteen and eighteen hundred people,
and included prominent represefta represefta-tives
tives represefta-tives not only from Sumter county,
but all neighboring counties, and
many from a distance, among the
latter being Mr. Will Knott, a can-
ate for governor, two years
Oxford, with its rapidly growing
population, deft nothing undone to
entertain its guests in a royal -manner
and it well deserves all tire bo bo-quets
quets bo-quets sihowered upon it Saturday.
The place fairly radiated with true
'hospitality and good cheer. No- sign
of hard times was in evidence,, in
fact, judging -by the prosperous
looks of everybody and everything,
we doubt seriously If the people of j
that hustling 'community are even
bored with the time-worn topic that
so frequently occasions conversation.
The announcement of dinner at
li2:30 o'clock 'brought pleasure to
all alike. The table in four large
sections failed to supply the neces necessary
sary necessary room for the spreading of the
dinner and many ladies had to lay
their cloths on the ground, fin order
to spread their dellciously -prepared
dlsihes. Along with the dinner.
which included every variety of edi edibles
bles edibles that could be wished for by a
hungry crowd, was served quantities
of barbecued meats and hot coffee.
During the day Ice cream and lem lemonade
onade lemonade was sold, the proceeds, after
Fine Idea of Charlie Hunter to En Entertain
tertain Entertain Marion County
Mr. C. W. Hunter, manager of the
ball team, imparted to the Star to today
day today his idea regarding the third
week in August, when the Clearwa Clearwater
ter Clearwater tevm will be here.
Mr. Hunter desires to have the
baseball team come in and help on
the plan of the Board of Trade to
have all the farmers in town to a
barbecue. He desires to back up
the plan with the baseball boys,
who ever faithfully follow his lead.
He wants to have the barbecue on
the Thursday of that week and all
the farmers in the county in town
on that day. He also desires to
have a double-header ball game. In
the morning it is the plan to have
a picked team from the north end
meet a picked team from the south
end, and it is needless to say that
will be fine sport with local interest.
In the afternoon, after the barbecue,
Ocala and Clearwater will line up
for a game.
There will also be other games,
races and such contests, if arrange arrangements
ments arrangements can be made.
It is a fine idea, and the Star rec recommends
ommends recommends the business men to back
Mr. Hunter up in it.
HALL TEAM WILL HE BUSY
Will Probably Play Three
Manager Hunter informs the Star
that if the weather is good, the ball
team will go to Palatka for a game
Wednesday, it is the intention of
the team tc play a return game with
It 'is expected that Eustis will be
here Thursday for a game during
the half holiday afternoon.
From present appearances and In Indications
dications Indications there will be more build building
ing building operations during the coming six
months in Ocala than in any previous
six months In 'her -history,, and .busi .business
ness .business In this line is loobixrg forward
to a brisk season. .
Mr. J. 'D. McCaskill, the building
contractor, has found it necessary to
erect a building for storing supplies
for his several good sized contracts
to be begun within the nexH:''sixty
days. He 'has lumber on the ground
for a storage warehouse on North
Osceola street at the corner of Jef Jef-iferson,
iferson, Jef-iferson, where "he will have sidetrack
facilities. Besides regular building
supplies he ihas taken tb- state
agency for the company manufactur manufacturing
ing manufacturing "Badger Board," a building ma material
terial material put on the- market last' year.
He now has en route a carload of
this material which he is expecting
during- the week-. Mr. iMcCaskill
says this product is -heavier and
stronger than goods in this line al already
ready already on the market and the expects
to distribute a large quantity- the
coming- building season.
ONE! OF THE BEAUTY
SPOTS OF THE WORLD
Tfre beauties of -Silver Springs and
the pleasures to -be derived by a trip
down the run are becoming more and
more appreciated by our -citizens.
Now that such splendid accommoda
tions can be secured for taking the
trip down the stream in the City of
Ocala, many of oar people spend a
few hours there on Sunday after-
PicMeg, Dressing aid Ci(fliiieits
The Best Madle aire
Spiced Kumquats Olive Relish Gerkiris
Spiced Crabapples Vegetable Relish
Spiced Cherries Sweet Relish Sweet Mixed
Spiced Pears German Pearl Onions Military
Spiced Cantaloupe Capers 4 Pepper Sauce
Richelieu Salad Dressing
and everybody wfito is- Interested in
this pretty .work, should attend the
demonstration they give every day
at 10 a. an. and 4. p.. in.
Judge Joseph. Bell has- returned
from a business trip, to South .Flor .Florida.
ida. .Florida. Judgjt Bell,, in: 'company fwtth
Mr. Dee Miller and another friend,
started from. Orlando, a few days ago
to go to Lake Okeehobee In an au automobile.
tomobile. automobile. They traveled sixty miles
south of Orlando, at the present ter terminus
minus terminus of the Inland: branch of the
FL E. C. railway, and. ihad to turn
back on account of enginse trouble.
Mr. Thcar.dl. Harris,, who has been
im iMInnesita since- April,, returned
home 'Saturday. iUe sayss 'he &ad to
come homfRto cool off, as; th weather
is much fiercer in the north than in
Florida. He came thru Chicago, and
is of the opinion from what the heard
on the way that the gigantic railroad
trike threatening the tmiddl west western
ern western railroads :wilt 'be prevented by
mutual concessions. Everybody in
noons. The sister ship of the City
of Ocala, the Silver Springs is being Ocala is glad to see Tom..
TT5tpnfd to omrrTftion bv Chat mas
ter boat builder, Mr. Frank iatn- uMrjonn Heintz, tne well-known
ews. and he expects to .have It in Ocala florist, is a native of 1uxem-
commission by the time the fall sea-lburg, herttle country at -Che corner
son opens, at wnicn time a dairy I or fTanee, ifigium ana Germany, mi
schedule will be operated each waylvaded by Ifoops of the latter cou:
between the snrines and Palatka. Sunday tfiornin
W e Are
A Genmiie JJaw and Moca
In lib. Packages Always Fresh Roasted
'By the way. come and see those -little solid alihol tnvM 7?:
defraying he expenses of the picnic.
goings to the Cemetery Association.
-After dinner the ball diamond
was quickly surounded by the crowd
which found seats on benches and
in automobiles. The first game
played was between Oxford and
Belleview, the former winning from
a score 6 to 2. A great deal of gin
ger as well as enthusiasm was added
to the last game, Oxford vs Summer-
field ty four of Ocala's crack players
taking part, Messrs Anderson and
Bullock composed Oxford's battery,
and Messrs. Davis and Brown played
on the Summerfield team, which had
gotten Alvares from Tampa to pitch.
At. (the start the home team -made
one run and the visiting team fwa
never able to tie the score, but kept
it from being larger.
The Ocala crowd, numberin
or more, reached nome between
and 10 o'clock, and are already
making plans to attend the 1915 pic
Violin, guitar and mandolin strings
at The 'Murray Company. 8-l-3t
A I'KOl'USiiiUA 1 am prepared to do all kinds of
Editor Star: I have been asked j watch, clock and Jewelry repairing in
by several parties to donate a lot in the neatest (manner and in the short-
North Ocala for a church building, est possible time.. J. Charles Smith,
now make the four churches that jeweler. 8-3-tf
seem to be interested, namely: Bap
tist, Presbyterian, Christian ana .Mr. Kobert linn entered tnis
Methodist, the following proposi- 'morning on his new position, that -of
tion: I will deed a lot 100x200 feet, j traveling .for the 'Wholesale depart depart-an
an depart-an undivided oneourth interest to ment of the Marion Hardware Co.,
each church named, said deed to be with N whom he has been employed
placed in one of the Ocala banks to for many years. Mr. Flinn, like
be delivered as soon as a building many other traveling men, -will make
who owns the dwelling the business property that stands
In your name?
of course you think that you do; but are you right?
the question is worth considering, it involves the origin and
the development ot individual ownership In land,
in the beginnlg 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 plenti-ful
ful plenti-ful for indiTiduals to dispute over the occupancy of any particu particular
lar particular spot.
has been erected on said lot to cost
not less than $j0Ji
J': B. H. Seymour.
- : x
Mr. J. !J. Gerig has received a tetj
egram froai-Brlon, announcing that!
the European trip for the Rexall re-
hls rounds in an automobile. He
will travel the .half dozen counties
continguous to Ocala.
Mr. J. D. Buky, after a month's
vacation, during which he !had a
time at nis home in Palatka,
tail drugsrists-wtU have to bft ahan-land down th Kast f!nat witnrnwl
aonea. we wouldn't like to nsk to Ocala Sunday afternoon, and is
the chance of the genial Jake being again at his .post in the Star office
blown up at this season anyhow
Mr. Charles Brabham is here from
Misses Anna Tweedy and Gertrude Bradentown, on a visit to his sister,
DeLance of the Omaha Tapestry Mrs. Perry, and his Ocala friends.
Paint Co.. have a beautiful art dis- Charlie was a lone time a member of
play in the Board of Trade rooms. I the Star force, and is always wel-
They have some pretty specimens, come at the Star office.
florida title and abstract corporation
Read Our UNCIASSIFIED ADS for yonr vjsnh
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 1014.
If lU A 1 GO AFTER,
I0 NOT PUT OFF DEALING WITH US UNTIL YOU "GET IN A
HOLE" AND CAN'T FIND IT SOMEWHERE ELSE. INSTEAD,
COME FIRST TO THE STORE THAT CARRIES THE STOCK AND
DESERVES YOUR BUSINESS, BECAUSE WE'VE "ALWAYS GOT
NO MATTER WHAT YOU NEED IN THE HARDWARE LINE
FROM A RAT TAIL FILE UP. AVE HAVE IT AND THE PRICE
IS LOW FOR THE UP QUALITY.
TUT 6?5 TsWTi XT A 7 (IS
iiiidiiii viii m m
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.
JEWELRY AND OPTICAL GOODS
WHEN IN OUR STORE YOU GET SUPERIOR QUALITY
GOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES. OUR JEWELRY IS ARTIS ARTISTIC
TIC ARTISTIC IN DESIGN, FASHIONABLY CORRECT AND PROPERLY
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 REASONABL Y.
A. E. BURNETT,
The Reliable Jeweler, Merchants Block, Ocala, Fla.
OCA LA ISN'T ALARMED
War .Causes Bankers and Other
Business Men Very Little
The Star has interviewed the
bankers and other business men of
Ocala in regard to the war, and finds
that they are disposed to view the
situation with equanimity.
The prompt measures of the gov government
ernment government 'will prevent any financial
stringency. Some few firms in the
country 'have gone to the wall, but it
was more their own fault than that
of the war.
The market for phosphate is shut
till peace returns. Cotton and naval
.stores also suffer. However, as for
the last two, cotton and naval stores
are both commodities that the world
must have. If farmers and naval
stores men can hold on to 'their
goods or a few months, they can
sell at a tremendous profit.
Otherwise, the war will be bene beneficial
ficial beneficial to this country, as of all the
fighting countries Russia alone is
self-supporting and they must buy
supplies from us.
S C B.J ECTK I M I :SS A O KS
wSonie Delay May !e Exacted in
Sending Dispatches Across
The British secretary of state an announces
nounces announces that messages to and from
England will be subject to censor censorship.
ship. censorship. There will be some delay to
English ports and heavy delay to
Postal Telegraph Commercial Cable
System, A. F. Joyner, Mgr.
Couldn't Stand Constant 3Ienace of
Germany Across the Narrow
A R BIT! I A TI ON A CC E PTE!)
Railroad Men Too Patriotic to Strike
at This Time
Washington, Aug. 3. The west western
ern western railroads 'have accepted arbitra arbitration
tion arbitration and the enginemen's strike is
IN LIQUOR BUSINESS
'London, Aug. 3. The-British am ambassador
bassador ambassador at Berlin has asked the Ger German
man German governments if it is prepared to
respect the 'neutrality of Belgium.
The German government replied
that it was unable to answer the
Belgium has declared her inten intention
tion intention of remaining neutral.
This neutrality has (been guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed by Great Britain and she is
bound to protect .Belgium for her
own safety, as Belgium under Ger German
man German rule would be a never-ending
menace to England.
(Saturday afternoon a dissolution
and amicable division was effected
between the. Carmichael & Son Co.
and !Mr. John T. Moore, whereby
.Mr. 'Moore retired from the firm,
with whom he bought an interest a
year and -a half 'ago, and took for his
interest 'the oip-town retail place in
the Commercial Bank block on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street. Mr. Moore took the
entire stock, fixtures and license, all
clear of debt and will operate the
place in his own name.
Mr. Moore will cater to the re retail
tail retail trade, will keep a stock that
will justify the patronage of the
public sand as ihe is widely known
and -very popular, will get a good
share of the business. He will also
go after the imail order business and
there is not a -better man with a
more intimate knowledge of that
branch of the business in the state
than Johnnie Moore. Mr. Moore
'has always had the ambition to be
in business for himself and by 'him 'himself
self 'himself in Ocala, and now for the-first
time finds both of these wishes grat gratified.
ified. gratified. He did well with his inter interest
est interest in the Carmichael & Son Co.,
well for them and well for 'himself,
and the division and separation has
been a ifriendly one, the firm leash
ing him the building that he is now 1
located in for a long term of years!
With the exception of about .a
year .when he was with a firm in
Tampa, iMr. Moore has been with the
Carmichaels for nearly fifteen years.
Few men .in the South understand
the liquor 'business in all its phases
better than he, and he is equally as
efficient in buying as he is in sell selling.
ing. selling. His friends throughout the state
will be glad, to learn that he is in
business for himself. The Star fhas
known Johnnie Moore and done bus-
iness with him for nineteen years,
and there is no straighter, sqnarer
man in 'business in Ocala today, and
believes he will make a success out
of his .business.
Important Town in Belgium Seized
By German Army
Paris, Axig. 3. German troops to
day seized (Arlon, Belgium.
TROOP TRAIN HIT A TORPEDO
Two Hundred Germans Killed by the
Explosion of a (Mine
Paris, Aug. 3. A German
train in Alsace-Lorraine was
up today and 20 p killed.
DOWN AN AIR SCOUT
Benin, iAug. 3. A r rencn aero aeroplane
plane aeroplane squadron was scouting over
Germany today. A monoplane was
wrecked by Qerman sharpshooters
STEAMING INTO THE NORTH SEA
Including Meals and Stateroom Accommodations
Good Returning any Steamer to October 31st.
Only Direct Line from v
el ACKg O Psd VE LLE'
THROUGH RATES, TO ALL POINTS IN NORTHERN STATES
Apply to H. G.WENZEL, Fl orida Passenger Agent,
f 12 Vest Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
Cablegrams for continental Europe
generally are subject to delay. The
language used should be that of
country of destination or plain Eng English,
lish, English, so that the meaning will be
clearly apparent to military officials.
Steamship companies are too oc occupied
cupied occupied with other matters to under undertake
take undertake delivery of telegrams to parties
on board outgoing or incoming ships.
Telegrams for steamship passengers
should be addressed in care of hotels
or other places, to which the tele telegraph
graph telegraph company may make personal
Postal Telegraph Commercial Cable
System, A. F. Joyner, Mgr.
MOVING FORWARD "WITH
HALF A MILLION MEN
Austria Hopes to Crush Servian Re Resistance
sistance Resistance Immediately
London, August 3. The Autro Autro-Hungarian
Hungarian Autro-Hungarian force moving against Ser Ser-via
via Ser-via totals 500,000 men.
Of these 150,000 are operating
from Semlin, opposite Belgrade, the
Servian capital; 100,000 from Svor Svor-nik
nik Svor-nik on the Tiver Drina in Bosnia, and
100,000 from Milanovatz on the Dan Danube
ube Danube in the eastern part of Servia.
I am prepared to demagnetize your
watch. I have the most up-to-date
machine for this purpose. J. Charles
Smith, jeweler. 3-3-tf
Kaiser's Warships Must be Expecting
Trouble With British
Copenhagen, Aug. 3. 'A Dane who
has just arrived from Kiel says the
German Baltic fleet is making, its
way to the 'North Sea. Only an ar
mored cruiser and two old ships are
left in the -Kiel roadstead.
BY THE TON
Gives nn Idea of the Immense Wealth
of the United States Government
:Xew York, Aug. 2. The United
"States government paid itself, yester
day, $1,200. 12 for postage stamps to
bring sixty tons of gold from Phila
delphia to New York. The postage
charge was paid by the treasury de
partment to the postoffioe depart
On account of the exportation of
vast sums of gold to -Europe recent
fly, the supply here was running low
and the treasury department called
on the Philadelphia mint for $30,000 $30,000-000.
000. $30,000-000. It was sent by parcel post. It
took three postal cars to haul the
load and twenty wagons, guarded by
hundreds of policemen, to transfer it
from the railroad station' to the sub-
BACKING UP THE
NEW YORK BANKS
Washington, Aug. 3. Several mil
lions of dollars in currency to be is
sued under the Aldrich-Vreeland act
were sent to New York last night to
be ready for the call of the banks
there this morning.
OCALA HOUSE NOW OPE!
Ov WING to the great demand for rooms, we
f 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
House, and no hotel in the state will be better
equipped to care for tlje traveling public, and at
, Louis N. Long, Manafler
TIT FOR TAT
Copenhagen, uug. 3. German
warships tod ay. captured the Finnish
Vladivostok, Aug. 3. iA German
ship was seized today by the Russians.
Have your diamonds reset by
Smith and be assured of the very
best workmanship. 1 carry a stock
of blank mountings. J. Charles
Smith, jeweler. S-3-tf
Subscribe for your magazines at
The Murray Company. 8
I do all kinds of stone setting in
the vest best manner and my prices
are reasonable. Have your diamond
ring examined free of charge. J.
Charles Smith, jeweler. 8-3-tf
Latest sheet music and Victor re-
cords, at Lansford's. 7-lS-tf
There is a delicacy and responsiveness, a "feel"
utider the fingers m that prompts the muscian to
linger lovingly over, the keyboard of
Grand and Inverted Grand Pianos
This velvety but firm touch is peculiarly charac
teristic of the Mehlin, the product of four gener gener-tions
tions gener-tions of the Mehlin family, all animated by a
determination to excel in the art of piano build building.
ing. building. HERBERT LATTNER
'ft a rmrc Trr- or a mct
Is Now Going On at Our
Store. Look at the Win Window
dow Window and get a faint idea
of what we really have
Most of our Dresses have
REDUCED TO MARLY HALF PHIC1
If you ever intend to wear, another
Dress you had better see us NOW.
Ocala's Fastest Growing Store
rifE OCALA KVIIM.NU bTAIt, MONDAY, AUGUST 3, ISM -I.
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Yes, there'll come a time when they will speak nice of Father
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J. L. VSMOAR
J At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
Work of Commissioner Woods, Chief
of the Finest Police Force in
New York, Aug. 3. It 'was Fred Frederick
erick Frederick of Prussia, if I remember .right .rightly,
ly, .rightly, who stole giants, when he could
coax them, from all over Europe in
order to have a body guard of big
Right 'here in New York Police
Commissioner -Arthur Woods is build building
ing building up a regiment which would .have
i made the eyes of the old fighter of
the eighteenth century turn green.
He lias given orders that every
traffiic squad must be six feet tall.
And most of them are well over the
He's gone farther than Frederick,
too. The Prussian's giants are de described
scribed described an awkward lumbering crea creatures,
tures, creatures, big" helpless men. Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Woods has just established a
school in which he is whipping his
traffic G.oliaths into a most polished
The traffic policemen needs polish,
whether he is the pedestrian stand standing
ing standing majestically in the center of the
humming street intersection, or the
dashing cavalryman riding his glossy
chestnut charger to the scene of bick-
ering between draymen.
He neds polish in the afternoon
crowd of Fifth avenue where 'he
checks the cavalcades of limousines
with a 'wave of the hand and pilots
from curb to curb richly gowned wo wo-men
men wo-men and the other onultidudinous
habitues of the newest shopping dis district.
trict. district. He 'has the grace of Arthur
in giving a commonplace direction to
a stranger and the kindliness of
Galahad as he assists a feeble grand grandmother
mother grandmother to a high street car step.
But even more he needs polish on
Ithe cobblestones of West street,
where mighty floods of enormous
drays and auto trucks rumble from
ferries, freight yards, factories and
warehouses, clashing, eddying, over overflowing
flowing overflowing to the sidewalks and giving
to the spectator some vision of what
the greatest port in the world means.
Suddenly the busy current of trade
is jammed. The mounted sees the
cause far down the street. Two
trucks are locked. He pushes his
intelligent horse through narrow
lanes to the scene. Two obstinate
drivers are exhibiting a vocabulary
that would shame Billingsgate.
; "Officer, dis feller bunked right
into me front wheel and tol me to
go t'hell when I asked him to back
up a bit."
"He's a dirty, dago liar, officer, how
could I move when he tries to run
"Now, new stop that cursing, both
of you, and back up a bit!" cries the
"I'll not move he kin go t'hell."
"You'll have to come to court for
The policeman pulls out a sum summons
mons summons blank, fills it out and hands
it to the offender. Then he leaps
from his horse, seizes a bridle, shouts
orders here and there and soon the
trucks are moving in a steady
The traffic policeman is "simplly
grand" now, any matinee girl will
tell vou that, but they will be bet
ter, Commissioner Woods is sure,
when the effects of the new school
It has heretofore been the cus custom
tom custom when men applied for traffic as assignments
signments assignments to examine them only
briefly as to their knowledge of the
regulations. Xow candidates, all six six-footers,
footers, six-footers, will be put through a two-
, weeks course of tuition. Not all who
enter the school will "pass." Those
who fail must go back to regular
station house jobs. Those who are
found competent will be placed on an
eligible list. When vacancies occur
they will be detailed. Men now in
the traffic service may eventually be
ordered to take a post graduate
uvm rKiffin livfs.ion uniform. A sisr-
i t ilV- W
'I -1 J ill X- AU.
in 3-1 to StOD or to go nea.u vnu ue uic
Mr. Woods will make the traffic men
more than ever before a "Big hand."
All orders are to be given by the
hand when possible. Conversation is
to be limited strictly. And when it
becomes necessary to speak to a driv driver,
er, driver, the traffic policeman will tell him
to do so and so quietly. There will
be no yelling or threatening.
Commissioner Woods will educate
the public as well. This work was
started 'by his predecessor, Douglas
I. MacKay, who had one hundred
thousand 'folders on "Regulations for
Street Traffic," printed and distribut distributed
ed distributed to the police stations where they
are handed out to drivers and chauf
feurs and have proved of great val-ue.
There was a time when Xew York
had no traffic squad. Then the con conditions
ditions conditions near ferries sometimes be became
came became frightful. Jams lasted half a
day, and disputes over precedent he he-came
came he-came frightful and were often set settled
tled settled with the driver's fists. Fifth
avenue in winter time when snow was
piled high up was almost impassi impassible
ble impassible too.
It took a long hard campaign, led
by W. P. Eno, before the traffic sys system
tem system was instituted. But now Xew
York leads the world and European
municipal officials often study our
The traffic policeman cost several
million dollars a year. They are well
worth it. They save to business men
seeking to make quick deliveries and
they save countless lives by reduc reducing
ing reducing the number of street accidents.
ir jrou wish to go away tor the
summer please correspond with Mra.
E. W. Williams, who conducts the'i
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. Monteagle is on the
top of the Cumberland mountain,
oyer 2,000 feet above rea level. The
scenery east of the Rockies. For
health, pleasure, rest and beauty.
there is no place like Monteagle' In j
the South. Write at once to Mrs.
E. W. Williams, Proprietress, the;l
UumDeriana nou?e, -Monteagle, len
f J Hi
1 iTC N
If you are thinking of having you house
PAIXTED 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 428 OCALA, FLA.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 23, O. E. S..
meets at Yonge's han tne second and
fourth Thursday evenings of frach
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss FlorrJe Condon, Sec y.
DEAFNESS CAXNOT 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
All tire? 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-28-tf
THE TWENTY YEAR TEST
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous Hn-J an;i t has never disappointed any-
"Some twenty years ago I used
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di Diarrhoea
arrhoea Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Geo. W.
Brock, publisher of the Enterprise,
Aberdeen, Md. I discovered that It
was a quick and safe cure for diar diarrhoea.
rhoea. diarrhoea. Since then no one can sell
me anything said to he 'just as good
During all these years I have used
it and recommended it onany times
Wtoif 2 Star Mie
Traisf er & Storage Co.
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling In
Quality or Price
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
ing 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
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu circulars,
lars, circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
one." For sale by all dealers. Ad.
. SAVINGS BANK
This bank i always open until 8
o'clock in the evening on Saturdays
and Mondays; on otner days of the
week it closes at 3 o'clock in the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The .bank will observe all
legal holidays, ioth state and na
tional, and will remain, closed, on
Geo.-ge Glle,s, President.
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-19-tf
Those dinners at Rodoff's Cafe are
the best to be had in the city and the
price is right. 6-30-tf
Sous Bois, a new French perfume
and a good one; $2 per ounce. Sold
only, at Gerig's Drug Stores. 7-25-tf
SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE
. This is a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER
Five or six doses wil' break any case, an
if taken then as a tonic the Fever-will no
eturn. It acts on the liver better that
alomel and.dns not ?rioe or sicken. 25
So. 1. local leaves Jacksonville
ft 30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
n.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
a. 30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
il:9,0 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.
arrives Ocala 1:12 p. m.; leaves
Ocala 1:30 p. m.; arrives Jackson-
ville 5:20 p. m.
No. 10 limited leave? lampa 1 p
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. ra.
MONDAY AUGUST 10
Ocala to Jacksonville
Tickets on sale all regular
trains, 2:30 a. m., 1:12 p. m.
4:20 p. m., August 10th.
Limit returning August 13.
JOHN BOISSEAU, C. P. A.,
G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A.,
OPEN !)AY A.TD TflUHT
Merchant- z Cafe. A. C. L. depot
corner. ,Vc-al3 a la carte and lunches
at any hoar. Ad7.
BCSTCOUKT f A" B53T LAND
feEST Pasture, -hJ-r- 8o4, vgLEST stock
There's Nothing Better Than the Best
And that's the reason why.
When for the best you arc in quest.
You'll not pass by, but will stop and buy
Annual Mountain and Seaside
AIK LINE RAILWAY
OCALA PUBLIC LIBRARY
Open daily except Sunday from 3
to 5. p. m. Board of Trade rooms,
Ocala House biocr.
Louise E. Gamsby. Librarian
Do j-ou ever nave trouble with
your machine "Breaking," "Skip "Skipping"
ping" "Skipping" or "Drawing." It generally in
tbe needle. Our man will call and
fit the correct needle 25c a doz.
Parts and attaenmeuts 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.
Richmond $18.80,- Norfolk $18.80,
Final limit returning August 30th, 1314. Similar low rate from all
C. P. A., Ocala, Fla.
G. Z. PHILLIPS,
A. G. P. tA., Jacksonville, Fla.
Ocala Auto. livery Company
No trip too long, or none to short for us to make.
Prompt Service. Charges Reasonable (
C. H. COONER, MANAGER
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 3. 1914.
FIN YOUR FAITH TO OCALA.
20 Per Cent. Real Estate Investment.
Uoes this Lock 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 intere?V4 see :r.e at once. They will nnt be
long on the market at ihla price.
F" W DITTO Keal Estate and Fire Insurance
Phone" 285 ' OCALA. I LOi:: DA
EXTKA FINK II ALL
came at oxronn
Tigers of Sumineriiehl Wifh Tampa
FiUher Played Against a Coni Coni-hination
hination Coni-hination Team
FROM MR. PACKHAM
-In one of
playei in i
one a: the
I Tfy Oh
12 m. to 8 p. m.
ANNUAL MOUNTAIN AND SEASIDE EXCURSION
TLANTIC OAST LINE
Round Trip Rates from OCALA to
Washington $20.80, Richmond $18.80
Wilmington, X. C. .1.
Winston-Salem, X. C, ..$11.00
Hot Springs, Va .$18.30
Roanoke, Va $10.23
RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE
.$12.00 .Chattanooga, Tenn
Tate Station, Tenn
Warm Springs, Ga $ 9.00
Mammoth Cave, Ky $17.93
Tickets sold August 12th. Limit August 30th.
For information or reservations 'call on A. C. L. ticket agent, or
A. W. FRITOT, J. G. KIRKLAXD,
Division Passenger Agent, Division Passenger Agent,
To a Person Who Prides
Bimseli on His Appearance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity is Our Business,
i caila Steam LaunciFy
402-404 S. Main Street
ACCURACY BEOUxtlTy $
SummerfieM, Aug. 1.
test an I most
of l.aseball ever
Central Florida, was the
Oxford Larbacue held today.
I Philip Alvarez, pitcher of Tampa,
now playing with the Brewster team,
pitched the game for Summerfield
j "Tigers" against a picked nine made
'up o: two players from the Ocala
!team, Pat Anderson and Raymond
I Bullock, three of the Oxford team
I and the balance from the Coleman
j nine. The Oxford team' which has
I been beaten by the Tigers were de
termined to put one over on Sum Sum-merSeld,
merSeld, Sum-merSeld, but the word was passed to
the Tigers and they were not long
in securing' the services of the best
pitcher in the state.
Alvarez not being sure of his catch catcher,
er, catcher, Herb Ineson, started out, with a
slow delivery, but soon found that
Ineson was on and from then on he
let -out and one after the other the
players of the picked nine were fan fanned.
ned. fanned. Only twice was Alvarez hit,
and only once the ball left the dia diamond.
mond. diamond. It was a most brilliant game
for Alvarez, and as he fanned the bat batters,
ters, batters, the 'more than 4,000 spectators
-lyent wild over his seemingly easy
task. We doubt if there is any pitch pitcher
er pitcher of the major leagues who could
have done better. .
Tampa may boast of having a
pitcher who is a wonder and who de delivers
livers delivers a perfect ball, who is cool and
never loses his head, who smiles at
the batter as he fans the air and
who fools the player with a different
curve. There is no doubt about it,
this boy, is a wonder and splendid
material for any of the major league
R H E
Summerfield, 000 000 000 0 6 1
Picked Nine 000 000 100 1 1 2
Struckout, by Alvarez, 18; by An
Base on balls, Alvarez, 1; Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, 1.
Umpires, Dr. Carter, of Wildwood,
and Bob Shaw, of Pedro.
There is no getting around it, the
Tigers are ball players and eaoh
member of the olub deserves the the-highest
highest the-highest praise and 'with impartial
umpiring it takes a
team" to heat them;
game, are fast players and their de defeat
feat defeat at Oxford was no fault of their
own, but from bad decisions.
The Summerfield people and (play (players
ers (players do not like to call in outside
players, but they were compelled to
do so in self defense. The Tigers
have won 19 out of 24 games and
two of the games were lost by them
hru partial umpiring.
This Wednesday, Ocala will come
to Summerfield for a return game.
Philadelphia, July 29, 1914.
A generation ago about one half of
the people of this city used to "thee"
and "thou," and while cn the streets
one would never be out of sight of
the broad brim hat and collarless
coat of the male Quaker, or the
ed Into what might be called a con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy in restraint of trade, but thus
far no indications have been found
against the proprietors by the com commerce
merce commerce commission, as the aforesaid
proprietors are the only ones which
have suffered. The conspiracy men mentioned
tioned mentioned consists in placards posted in
the stores which read: "This store
quaint bonnet, the spotless grey or will, open during July and August at
black dress and the face on
wrinkles were ever allowed to grov,
of the pretty Quakeress, but during
our stay we have only seen one of the
la;ter, while the only thing in the
shape of a Quaker hat is that worn
by the gigantic statue of William
Penn cn top of the public buildings.
Some smart altc's still speak of Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia as being slow, but a city the
third largest in the United States, (it
would be the second if Chicago had
not grabbed theVhole of Cook coun county)
ty) county) the city that is. first in manu manufactories,
factories, manufactories, first in educational facili facilities,
ties, facilities, first in number and size of de department
partment department stores, the largest and best
kept public parks and the greatest
number of small, parks and by far
the greatest number of individual
homes of any city in this country, can
not be so very slow.
It was in Philadelphia that the
first locomotive was made and the
works first erected 'by Mathew Bald Baldwin
win Baldwin to build that engine have gTOwn
to such mighty propotions that when
pushed they turn out 10 complete
monster engines and tanks for a
It was a Philadelphia man who
inaugerated the department store,
and who -made .its success possible
by inventing and practicing the full
page advertisement in the- daily
newspaper, today there are six stores
each covering a large city block and
ranging 'from four to twelve stories
high and having at this time, the
dullest season of the year, an aver average
age average of 3,500 employees each and dur during
ing during the busy season around Christ Christmas
mas Christmas and increase in their employ employees
ees employees of nearly one third which Is, say,
in the neighborhood of twenty-five
This year these stores have enter-
n which no S:C0 a. m. and close at 3:30 p. m.,
but will be closed all day on Satur Saturdays."
days." Saturdays." Think what that means to
tho 20,000 employees. Five days
work with six days pay each week.
Surely there is nothing slow about
that when we recall the long hours
and small pay of a few years ago.
There is also a beneficial society in
connection with each store and mem membership
bership membership is compulsory among the
employees. Ffteen cents a week is
deducted from the pay of each clerk
for which they receive $2.30 per
week during sickness and their rel relatives
atives relatives get $30 in case of death.
The city su ports several very fine
bands, which play in different parks
each night and sometimes in the af afternoons
ternoons afternoons on the Plaza in front of the
public buildings. A very fine band
of forty pieces plays every night ex except
cept except Sunday, the city furnishes 3,000
chairs which are always occupied and
about the same number of people
have to stand. One night each week
is chorus night, on which occasion
a very celebrated choir leader is en engaged.
gaged. engaged. The songs or hymns are
printed and distributed at the ex expense
pense expense of the city and everybody is
expected to either sing, make a noise
or move their lips as tho they were
singing. They generally elect to
sing and the music they make, led
by the full band is certainly inspir inspiring
ing inspiring and C, 000 voices doing their
best can be heard for a long distance.
The night we were there was hymn
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located In Ocala, Fla,, Expert work
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
W. W. Kimball Co.. Ocala.
night and as they were all old antf antf-the
the antf-the tunes known by all it certainljr
was fine. When it came to singing
"Come Ye Disconsolate", the con conductor
ductor conductor urged them to sing it as dis disconsolate
consolate disconsolate a3 they could. They have a
very pretty feature each night, be before
fore before they play the first piece on the
program, the band and the wholo
vast audience stand bare-headed
while the band plays one verse of
"My Country Tis of Thee."
Like Ocala, Philadelphia is build building
ing building a new -high school building, but
unlike Ocala they are to spend $C30, $C30,-000
000 $C30,-000 on it. It will have a few inno innovations
vations innovations in it even for this progres progressive
sive progressive city, it is to have an up-to-date
gymnasium and a swimming pool,
with instructors in each to teach the
pupils their uses: The school is to
accommodate 700 boys anda like
number of girls.
In writing about city parks I for forgot
got forgot to -mention that the city con contemplates
templates contemplates buying a block of build buildings
ings buildings in the heart of the city and af after
ter after tearing down the buildings to
convert the ground into a park and
playgrounds for children. Two of
the buildings are skyscrapers and all
assesed' at $4,300,000. These with
the ground and remaining buildings
will cost the ctiy twelve million dol dollars,
lars, dollars, but those having the matter in
charge think the good resulting from
it will'far outweigh its original cost.
Apparently there is nothing slow
about Philadelphia. H. C. P.
THE CASE OF Li. L. CAXTELOU
The case of L. !. Cantelou, Clare Clare-don,
don, Clare-don, Texas, is similar to that of many
others -who have used Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme Remedy.
dy. Remedy. He says, "After trying a doctor
for several months and using dif different
ferent different kinds of imediclne for my wife
who had been troubled with severe
bowel complaint for several months,
I bought a 23c bottle of Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. After using the second bot bottle
tle bottle she was entirely cured." For sale
by all dealers. Adv;
Cood bread made by the most san sanitary
itary sanitary methods known to the bakery
is the kind we serve to our patrons
at the Carter Bakery. 8-l-6t
they know the
Marion County Abstract Company
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
First consideration and especial attention given to small tract.
Do You Meed
An Electric Fan ?
PICXIC AT OAK GROVE
There wil toe a basket picnic and
ball game at Oak Grove August 15th.
Everybody is cordially invited to at
tend, and bring well filled baskets.
Oak 'Grove is about two miles east of
CMorriston. Don't forget the time
OPEN Alili NK3HT
The Merchant's Cafe Is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie
A HEAVY BURDEN
The Management ot 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 o., and Troxler's stands.
Larger qurtrters, more fully equipped and will be ru-i
strictly ethical lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333
A Bad Back Makes Liife Miserable
for Many Ocala People ,r
(A bad back is heavy burden.
A burden at night when bedtime
Just as bothersome in the morning.
Ever try Doan's Kidney Pills for
Know they are for kidney back backache
ache backache and for other kidney ills?
If you don't some Ocala people
do. 1 . ;
Read a case of it
Mrs. M. A. Frost of 423 Broadway,
Ocala says: "For a long time I suf
fered from kidney trouble. I liad a
dull pain in my back and if I caught
cold or got my feet wet, I was worse.
I couldn't rest well at night" and got
up in the morning feeling tired and
depressed. I was also troubled by
dizziness and was in bad shape when
I got Doan's Kidney Pills at the
Carlisle Drug Co. In a few days they
brought me relief and continued use
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
.simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mrs. Frost had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, X. Y. Ad 11.
ut Your Ad. in the STAR if you want RESULTS
OCALA SOUTHERN SCHEDULE
No. 72 Leave Ocala daily 1:15
p. m. Arrive Palatka daily except
Sunday' 4:45 p. m. Arrive Palatka
Sunday, 4:15 p. m.
No. 71 Leave Palatka daily ex except
cept except Sunday, 7:40 a. m. Arrive
Ocala 11 m.
No. 73 Leave Palatka Sunday, 8
a. m. Arrive Ocala, 11 a. m.
BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
Effective from August 1, 1914 to August 1, 1915 and
Guaranteed against any reduction during that time :
. Touring Car - $490
Runabout - $440
( F. O. B. Detroit, all cars fully equipped. In the United States of America Only.)
Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency in our factory production, and the minimum
cost in our purchasing arid sales departments if we
can reach an output of 300,000 cars between the
And should we reach this production, we agree to
pay as the buyer's share from $40 to $60 per car on
or about 'August 15. 1915 to every retail buyer who
purchases a new Ford car between August 1, 1914
and August 1, 1915.
For further particulars regarding these low prices and
profit-sharing plan, see nearest Ford branch or dealer
4 Try1 a DAILY STAR Want Ad-It Pays
THE OCALA EVEXLXG STAFL, MOXDAY, AUGUST 3. 1914.
ee)eeeeeeeeeeasteaaasaiata)eaai m m m m m
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, thejbank 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 helpv you in financial
HOLD TH Kill OWN
New York, Aug. 3. Turpentine,
4S; rosin, $3.95.
PROVISIONS ARK STKADY
Chicago, Aug. 3. September
wheat 88; pork $20; lard $9.55;
ribs $11.85. Market comparatively
HOGS NOT SO HEAVY
Chicago, Aug. 3. Live hogs drop drop-ped
ped drop-ped 50 cents per hundred today.
Wheat was 24 cents lower at. noon.
K. of P. meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
This report Is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min R. F
March average ..74 48 .03
April average. .81 60 .09
May average... 8 3 61 .05
June average... 90 70 .19
July 1 90 70
July 3 94 78
July 3 90 73 .72
July 4 87 76 .16
July 5 86 70 .41
July 6 90 70
July 7 90 69
Council meets tomorrow evening.
The Ocala National Bank.
Resources Over Hall A Million.
ACTIVE U. S. DEPOSITARY.
Mr. John Martin is a business vis visitor
itor visitor to Jacksonville, leaving' for
there last night.
Leogers, journals and all kinds of
blank, books at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 8-l-3t
I carry only the very best material
for replacing broken parts of all
kinds of timepieces. J. Charles
Smith, jeweler. 8-3-tf
Mr. A. W. Inglis of Rockwell,
spent yesterday in the city en Toute
to North Carolina for a forief visit.
Preserved figs, pints, 3oc. 'II. W.
Wallers at Court Pharmacy. 7-31-61
We are glad to note that Mr. John
Juhan has recovered from his base baseball
ball baseball injury of last week. Crystal
Pillans' Famous Florida Syrup in
bottles, all sizes, at th9 Smith Groc Grocery
ery Grocery Company. 8-l-3t
For Cement, Hollow Wall Core
System for Silos, and Residences,
see Ocala Reality Company, next
Marcus Frank. 7-2S-6t-dly
If you clock doesn't run send it to
Smith, and have it put in order. J.
Charles Smith, jeweler. 8-3-tf
The very competent little orches orchestra
tra orchestra over which Mr. G. P. Bout well
presides is winning jmuch favor and
is called on to play at almost every
'occasion" in the city. It is "com "composed
posed "composed of Mr. G. P. Bout well, clari clarinet;
net; clarinet; Mr. -David -Melin, cornet; Miss
Mary Connor, violin; Miss 'Agnes
Melin, piano. All are artists -with
Mr. Herbert SLattner, the piano
man, has returned from a business
trip to Webster.
There are fine specimens of corn.
grown on the Howell & Chamblis
farm near iLo well on exhibition at
the iMunroe & Chambliss BanK.
Howell & Chambliss "have 125 tacr
of this corn and are not worrie
about the war.
CHASE & SANBORN'S
Packed in Air Tight
Diamond Sixty, H -lb
Diamond Sixty, 2-H. .
Orange Peko, y -lb
Orloff, Formosa-Ooloong, 2-H.
Basket Fired Japan, yX
Emperor's Blend, Green and
Black, U -lb. '..
Emperor's Blend, Green and
Seal Brand, Enough Said, -lb.
"Fancy" Formosa-Ooloong, i-s
"Fancy" Formosa-Ooloong, 2-s
"Fancy" Ceylon, India, 4-s. .
"Fancy" Ceylon India, ?-s.'. .
"Fancy" English Breakfast 34 -s
"Fancy" English' Breakfast 2-s
Special Ceylon India, Vz-Vo.
Special Ceylon India 1-lb.
0. K. Teapot Grocery,
PHONES 10 AND 174
"Go Worth by Sea"
Merchant & Miners Trans.
New Steamers. Low Fares. Bes.
tservice. Wireless telegraph on ali
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent. Com'l Agt
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Stree'
July 8 87 70
July 9 91 72
July 10 .88 69 .24
July 11.. 88 69
July 12 . .91 73
July 13 ..91 72 .23
July 14 90 73 ...
July 15 32 72 .04
July 16 86 72 .04
July 17. 82 70
July 18 .90 73
July 19 88 74
July 20 88 72 .28
July 21 87 71 .11
July 22. . 72 69 .51
July 23 75 72 29
July 24. . 91 75 .30
July 25. 80 72
July 26 ,. .91 72 1.10
July 27 90 72
July 28 81 .73
July 29 ... .81 69 .21
July 30 76 65
July 31 88 61
August 1. . . 86 68
August 2 SO 78
Unsettled tonight and Tuesday
north portion, probably occasional
showers; generally fair central and
(Mr. W. C. Blanchard is home
again from tEastlake, -where he has
been 'busy -putting up a; fine resi residence
dence residence for the last few weeks.
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Xose and Throat. Office, Law
Library UuTIding, DcaTaT:aAdY.
i"""""1 1 11
T. B. iShook,! the well known
of Weirsdale, has sent
the 'Munioe & IChambliss Bank
five splendid I specimens of that es
sentially tropical frtit grown by him
by 'Lake Weir. Ti e five mangoes
were all on one steni. This tine fruit
s coming into great favor in the
Pillans' Famousloridtr By ru p in
bottles, all sizes, at the Smith Groc Grocery
ery Grocery Company. S-l-3t
Mr. Cecil Robertson was an over overnight
night overnight guest at the Harrington, leav leaving
ing leaving today for Gainesville and Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Mr. .Robertson motored
from DeLand yesterday, making the
trip via Crow's Bluff and the big
scrub in two hours and forty imin-
Do you read our want ads?
will save you money.
Col. R. F. Rogers came up this
morning from Oklawaha.
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.
Mr. W. T. .Moore returned this
morning from Oklawaha, -where he
spent Sunday with 'his family.
Don't forget they are selling eheap
at The 'Murray Company.
The Boy's Club will meet tonight
at 7:30 instead of tomorrow night,
which is the regular monthly meet meeting.
ing. meeting. All 'members are requested to
Sous Bois, the periume with the
lasting odor. Sold only at Gerig's
Several Tellable parties report see seeing
ing seeing a .whale at least forty feet long
in Crystal River.
You insure your house against fire
why not insure it against decay
which is the most durable Paint
made and by far the most econo economical
mical economical because its all paint and
you get two for one our color card
Sate Department Will Ask Congress
for Authority to Send for Our
Washington, Aug. 2. Active
measures for the relief of many
thousands of Americans in distress
in Europe for lack of money or
means to return home have been be begun
gun begun by President Wilson and Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Bryan.
The president and secretary of
state conferred last night on the
question of getting money to citizens
abroad. The administration has urf urf-der
der urf-der consideration sending army and
navy transports to carry American
refugees, and a special request to
Congress for an appropriation is ex expected
pected expected to -De made.
If necessary, the government is
prepared to send American vessels
abroad with gold for the relief of
Americans. Immediately after the
conference with the president, 'Mr.
Bryan cabled all consulates, lega legations
tions legations and embassies to spare no
pains 'in caring for Americans;
State department officials admit admitted
ted admitted that the most serious problems
confronting them was the plight of
Americans abroad. They estimated
that at least 100,000 and perhaps
300,000 are scattered throughout
Europe. The disorganization of the
European exchange has made it prac practically
tically practically impossible to cash checks or
letters of credit. American consu consulates,
lates, consulates, legations and embassies are de devoid
void devoid of funds for the emergency.
They are being beseiged on all sides
ith requests for financial assis
rith the cancellation by several
steamship lines of their sailings many
Americans find themselves unable to
get passage on the overcrowded boats
of American register. American
waships would be of little, oise, they
ve harly any capacity .for passen
gers. Naval officers have suggested
that the government by special ar arrangement
rangement arrangement could charter immediate immediately
ly immediately some of the 'big ocean liners of
the foreign register to bring Amer Americans
icans Americans (home.
A special appropriation would "be
required to charter steamships to
bring home Americans. Congress al always
ways always has acted promptly in such
emergencies and is expected to do so
again. In response to numerous ap applications
plications applications from persons in the Unit United
ed United States for information as to the
safety of friends and relatives in
'Europe, the state department is re returning
turning returning the uniform answer that un under
der under general instructions the consuls
will report the case of any Amer Americans
icans Americans in distress.
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
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. 7-18-tf dw
ROIL 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
WANTED Young man wants fur furnished
nished furnished room, close in business sec section.
tion. section. Address, room, care the
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
LOST July 25th, between Martin
and Lowell, a small black and tan
dog, wearing stud collar with a
brass license tag marked D. L.
Answers to name of P. J. Reward
will be given for his return. F. C.
Jackson, 551 Orange Ave., Ocala,
FOR SALE Well bred pointer pup,
two and a half months old. T. J.
1 1 1 1 1 11
I have bought the retail saloon busi business,
ness, business, located on Magnolia Street, in the
friends in Ocala and Marion County, and
throughout the State, to call on me and
make my place their headquarters.
I will make a specialty
-the finest,, richest, creamiest beer in
Everything good to drink and smoke
will be kept. All mail orders, whether
large or small, will be filled on return
Five Miles West of Dade City and
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGKAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and t
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE f
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1 6, 1 914 f
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA
Length 500 feet; breadth 98 feet, 6 inches; 510 taterootn mod parlor mccommtodmting 1300 pr pr-ern.
ern. pr-ern. Greater ia coai larger in all proportion richer ia all appointment than moj steamer os
inland waters of tho world. Ia service Jane 15th.
Munificent Steamer. "SEEANDBEE -Cry of Erie" and -City of Buffalo Buffalo-Daily
Daily Buffalo-Daily BUFFALO and CLEVELAND May l.t to Dec lu
LeaTeBafialo 9:00 P. M. Leave Clerelaaui - 9:00 P.M.
Arrive Cleveland 7:30 A. M. Arrive Baflale - 7 JO A. M.
(Eastern Standard Time)
Connections at Cleveland foe Pot-ia-Bev. Toledo, Detroit and all points Vest and SoethweeC Railroad
tickets reading between Bmflalo and Cleveland are good for traprlatioai om onr steamer.
Ask your ticket agent for ticket via C & B. Line. lTrite ns for handsome illustrated booklet free.
THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Clerelanc O.
Bank Block, and invite
Dunn To Modot
One Mile East of San Antonio
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OcaEao : Florida
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 Jn October.
1914. in all other districts two days Id
each week from the 1st Monday In
September till the second Saturday In
October. Thl3 registration does not not-apply
apply not-apply to any person who was a regis registered
tered registered voter prior to Jan. 1st. 1914.
Those who registered this year for tho
first time In Marlon county, though
they may have voted In the primary,
cannot vote In the November election
unless they register again prior to the
second Saturday in October
7-23-6 wks dly D. M.' BAR CO.
Supervisor Registration Marion C
Lnder and by virtue of an execution
issued out of and under the seal of
the circuit court in and for Marlon
county. Florida, dated the 24th day of
July 1914, in a certain cause wherein.
R. T. Adams Is plaintiff and Keating
& Co., are defendants, I have levied
on and will on
Tneaday. 'tbe 4th day of Angmsf, 1914
during the 4eal hours of rcle will offer
for sale on the premises of Keating &
Co.. in Ocala. Florida, and sell the
same to Lh .highest and best bidder
for cash, the following described per personal
sonal personal property7f.o-wit:
One safe, one desk, one beer pump,
one office chair,- one hat rack, one
wine cabinet, -one--wrapplng counter
six booths, one settof bar fixtures, one
cash register, one cashier's desk, one
set colored bar fixtures, one set shelv shelving,
ing, shelving, one barrel -rack, one set copper
funnels, one labeling table, 5.000 labels,
one scale, one desk, one wagon, 15
gross pint "bottles, six rolls paper, 325
quarts assorted liquors. -barrel stout.
I'A biar7.el .ale- 60 Quarts assorted wine.
800 half pints asserted liquors. 100 as assorted
sorted assorted cartoons two cases ginger ale.
one gallon 100 per cent gin. 30 gallons
apricot brandy, two barrels beer, 25
gallons wine, one gallon whisky. 250
paper bags. 30 pints whisky, one case
mineral water (splits), three barrels
Sold to satisfy said execution and
all. costs. J. P. GALLOWAY.
r SheTiff Marion County, Fla.
H. M. Hampton,
riaunun s Attorney. 7-26-
For Cleaning Tinware.
First wash the tin In hot Boapsnds
ind -wlpa thoroughly dry. Then scour
with dry flour, applied with an old