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OCALA, FLORIDA, FKIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914
FLY OVER THE WIRES THICK AND FAST
OMITS THiS EMU OF GREAT NAVAL BATTLE CON-
TRADICTED THIS EVENING
mdon, August 7. The British
iralty ibis afternoon state 1;
afi ironi uie joss or me small
,sh cruiser Amphion and the
ian mine ship Koenign Louise,
i has been no other fighting and
)ther losses so far as we are
oports persist, however, of there
S a naval battle in the North
with a number of German war-
SATEST NAVAL BATTLE OF
Jbndon, Aug. 7. lA British fleet
I defeated Germany's navy in the
ineteen German 'warships are re reed
ed reed sunk. The others were driven
c to the German coast.
is believed 'that this was the
test naval battle in history.
PAID A HEAVY PHICE
he British cruiser Amphion was
k, 130 of her crew were drowned,
i them 20 German prisoners. The
jhion struck a imine laid by the
man mineshlp Queen Louise the
ERMANS RULE THE BALTIC
ion don, August 7. The Russian
in the Baltic Sea is reported
tied up 'by the kaiser's ships at
singfors. The Russian forts at
al and -Li ban are reported cap-
bd 'by Germans and fourned.
HAVE TO DO
COTTON MILLS MUST RUN
DOUBLE TLME TO MAKE
CLOTHES FOR EUROPE
Washington, Aug. 7. Six hun hun-d
d hun-d million dollars worth of Am-
can cotton may be thrown iback
.(the United States as a result of
h European (war. Government of-
als 'today are .working on a plan
prevent heavy losses to cotton
inducers and dealers -as a result of
h closing of European markets.
e lAimerican cotton 'mills are ex-
bted to -work night and day to
et the 'foreign 'demand for cloth-
CHASING GERMANS AND AUS AUSTRIAN'S
TRIAN'S AUSTRIAN'S ON EVERY SEA
Roane, August 7. Italy has order ordered
ed ordered two German cruisers to leave
Messina harbor immediately or dis disarm.
arm. disarm. A British fleet is 'waiting out outside
side outside the harbor to attack them.
BLOCKADED IN BRINDISI
' The Austrian cruiser Taurus, ser seriously
iously seriously crippled toy British torpedo
boats, put into Brindisi, Italy, to es escape
cape escape pursuit.
BRITISH SHIPPERS MAY SEND
OUT THEIR BOATS
London, August 7. British ship shippers
pers shippers were notified today that they
are free to send vessels anywhere in
the North Sea. This indicates that
the German warships 'have 'been
swept back into the Baltic.
THEY CHOSE LIKE BRAVE 31EN
Messina, August 7. The German
cruisers Geoben and Breslau left the
haribor today, sailing southward. The
officers 'left their wills' and posses possessions
sions possessions with the German consulate. 'A
British, fleet is waiting to engage
SCRAPPING IN THE EASTERN
Manila, August 7. It ds reported
that a German squadron is attacking
a British cruiser off the coast of
Office supplies of all kinds at The
hrray Company. b-b-ot
OTHER TELEGRAPH NEWS ON
NEW NATIONS SPRING UP
AGAINST AUSTRIA AND
GERMANY EVERY DAY
The Hague, August 7 The Dutch
army is rapidly 'mobilizing for war
GETTING READY IN GREECE
Athens; August 7. Greece is sec secretly
retly secretly .mobilizing against Austria.
See the Triumph Adding (Machine,
only $35 at The Murray Com-
BEIXJIAN ARTILLERYMEN HANDLING THEIR GUNS AT LIEGE
WAR MAY NOT BE AI FAULT OF
BELGIAN FLAG FLOATS OVER
LIEGE AFTER THREE DAYS
OF FIERCEST BATTLE
Maestricht, Netherlands, August
7. It is reported here that Liege
V "roTi loral t r if Vio Hor m one and
r7 ie city is in flames. The
1,4 Xaut cathedral, the Palais de
Justice, the Church of St. Jaques and
the Theatre 'Royal are burning.
. Over 400,000 German soldiers are
reinforcing the German troops in the
vicinity of the city.
AWFUL PUNISHMENT FOR THE
Brussels, August 7. It is vigor vigorously
ously vigorously denied here that the city of
Liege has fallen under the German
assault. The Germans, heavily re reinforced,
inforced, reinforced, are preparing, for another
The Germans lost 15,000 'killed
and woun'ded in the three days' at attack
tack attack on Liege.
GERMAN AVIATOR MADE GOOD
Brussels, August 7. Flying high
over Liege today, a German aero aeroplane
plane aeroplane dropped three bombs into the
Square D'Avroy, killing thirty 'peo 'people
ple 'people and injuring scores of others,
and then circled back into the Ger Ger-man
man Ger-man lines.
pf:ril f'or the crown prince
(London, August 7. Rumor per persists
sists persists in saying the German crown
prince, while leading his troops to toward
ward toward Liege, was seriously wounded
by an unidentified assailant who escaped.
PATRIOTIC FRENCHMEN ARE
.MARCHING TO RECOVER
THEIR LOST PROVINCES
Paris, August 7. French troops
invaded Germany today, capturing
two towns In Alsace-Lorraine, twen twenty
ty twenty miles eat of "Nsncy.
Paris, August 7. A graphic story
received today states that Germany
was 'plunged into a world war by the
bellicose crown prince while the
kaiser was cruising in Norwegian
waters. When he returned the mil militarists
itarists militarists headed by the crown prince
had "gone too far for the kaise'r to
withdraw without humbling Ger-
Over iOC.OCO Fr:-;h soldiers arc ale.
It is said he struck the crown DEFEATED AUSTRIAN'S AT SEM-
reaiy to cross the 'border.
If the German army succeeds in
carrying Liege, it will find itself
confronted 'by an entrenched camp at
Namur, at -which the Belgians are
preparing to make a stand as fierce
as that at Liege.
FIRST DAY'S FIGHTING
Some Details of the Struggle Around
the Besieged Belgian City
Brussels, Aug. 7. Stories of the
great struggle tell of 'terrific slaugh slaughter
ter slaughter among the German forces.
At about noon yesterday the Ger German
man German infantry attempted to carry by
assault Fort Barchont, to the north northeast
east northeast of Liege.
The attacking infantry crept up
under the cover of a heavy artillery
fire but the Belgium defenders re reserved
served reserved their fire until the Germans
had come to close quarters. Then
at a given signal the Belgians open opened
ed opened with a perfect hail of bullets 'from
rifle3 and machine guns which
wreaked havoc among the Germans.
The attackers soon lay In heaps of
dead and wounded around the fort.
At the same time Fort Chaudfcn Chaudfcn-taine
taine Chaudfcn-taine to the southeast of Liege kept
up a hot fire on another body of
Germans who had seized a neighbor neighboring
ing neighboring cas'tle. The Belgian artillery re reduced
duced reduced the building to a mass of
The Germans finally retired all
prince and Hzilly collapsed 'in fury.
AN ARM STILE
THE SEVERE FIGHTING AROUND
LIEGE SEEMS TO HAVE
MADE THE GERMANS
Paris, August 7. An official -dispatch
this afternoon states the" Ger German
man German troops have entered Liege, but
that the forts are still (holding out.
FIGHTING IN THE STREETS
Brussels, August 7 One 'hundred
and twenty thousand German sol soldiers
diers soldiers aTe engaged in the attack on
Liege. They have penetrated the
suburbs and fighting Is going on in
ASKED FOR AN ARMISTICE
Brussels, August 7. The war of office
fice office late this afternoon stated that
the German commander, after sev several
eral several hours of desperate fighting at
wide front and partially in the open! Liege, asked for an armistice of
The Belgian trocps carried out
several furious counter attacks,
along the Jine.
One newspaper says the German
losses amounted to between 4,000
and 5,000 men while they abandon abandoned
ed abandoned seventeen machine guns.
A squadron of Belgian lancers, ac according
cording according to another Teportr was com completely
pletely completely wiped out after it had killed
150 German Uhlans.
A force of 2,000 Germans passed
through Manhay, Luxemburg, on
Wednesday, in the direction of Ay Ay-wail
wail Ay-wail Ie, Belgium.
The attack on Liege was execut executed
ed executed by one German army corps, while
the Belgian forca consisted of a mix mixed
ed mixed brigade supported by the artil artillery
lery artillery of the forts.
The battle was ifought along a
ENDRIA AND MAY DRIVE
THEM INTO THE DANUBE,
"Nlsh, August 7. An (Austrian reg regiment
iment regiment was totally annihilated In a
battle with Servians near Semen dria
today. The Austrians are in full re-i
treat towards the Danube.
HAVE BEEN SHOT
throwing the Germans back and pur pursuing
suing pursuing them up to their original po positions.
sitions. positions. Not an inch of ground was gained
by the Germans during the fighting
and they suffered severe losses in
dead and wounded. 1
A night attack on the Belgian po positions
sitions positions was awaited with great as assurance
surance assurance by the Belgian troops who
had been strongly reinforced.
German reinforcements are sup supposed
posed supposed to be on the way.
It was thought here today that
the Germans would have to 'begin a
regular siege of Liege and it was
pointed out that their howitzers were
too small to be efficacious against
the heavy artillery of the Belgian
Military authorities were of the
opinion that If the Belgians could
hold out at Liege, one of the decis decisive
ive decisive battles of the war' might be
fought there soon.
SLAUGHTER IS SICKENING
Lfebknetch and His Brethren F'illed
London, August 7. A report
comes via Paris that 100 socialists
and deputies in Berlin have been shot
by order of the emperor. Amomg:
them was the 'great socialist leader,
Bank of England is Paying In Gold
London, August 7. The Bank of
England ibegan paying out gold in
exchange for paper money today.
Financial confidence has been fully
OFF FOR EUROPE
The German commanders ac acknowledge
knowledge acknowledge their loss to be 25,000.
French reinforcements have entered
If Report Is True that They Have
Occupied the Capital of the
Washington, Aug. 7. Secretary
Bryan has received a dispatch stat stating
ing stating that German troops have oc occupied
cupied occupied Warsaw, Russian Poland. He
declined to state the cource of hl3
Tennessee Carries Means to Help
Americans Out of their Trouble
New York, Aug. 7. The armored
cruiser Tennessee, converted for the
time Into a treasure ship, left port
at 9:45 last night to carry millions;
J In goldwto the many thousands Am
ericans who are in want in European
When the cruiser nosed out to toward
ward toward sea ia the darkness she "had
on board about $6,000,000 In gold
$3,000,000 from the Bankers' Trust
Company, $2,750,000 appropriated
by Congress and about $300,0J0 en entrusted
trusted entrusted to the paymaster's care by
personal friends of individuals
Preserved figs, pints, 35c. H. W.
Waiters at Court Pharmacy. 7-31-6t
OTHER TELEGRAPH NEWS ON
GERMAN CRUISER ESCAPED
Rome, August 7. The Tribune
publishes a Teport that the German
cruisers Goeben and Breslau, re reported
ported reported captured by the French, have
arrived at San Salvatore, near (Mes (Messina,
sina, (Messina, Sicily.
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will probably be given full command
of the British army. In 1S70, when
Kitchener was a young man of twen twenty
ty twenty years, out of sympathy for the
French, he volunteered to serve in
their army against the Germans. He
was under fire for the first time at
the disastrious battle of LeMans,
which is the biggest battle he ever
saw except perhaps the fight at Om Om-durman,
durman, Om-durman, where his army broke the
power of the false mahdi.
MRS WOODROW WILSON
Like a clap of thunder out of a
clear sky came the news that the
president's 'wife was desperately
sick and almost as quickly as its
the intelligence of her
In the roar and confusion of war
news, first from Mexico, then from
JQurope, the country has heard little
Off the illness of :Mrs. Wilson. Few
, people have known that her hus husband,
band, husband, carrying a crushing burden of
'the affairs of state, has for the last
four months also been in almost
constant attendance on his sick and
steadily failing helpmeet.
(Four months of almost unbroken
illness, a complication of nervous
ailments and Bright's disease sapped
the vitality df the first lady of the
Conscious only at Intervals, Mrs.
'Wilson was cheerful and called con constantly
stantly constantly 'for her husband. 'Every
spare moment that could be spared
from urgent official duties was de devoted
voted devoted by the President to his wife.
At her bedside he : wrote the tender
of -good offices appealing, to the
European monarch to stay their con con-'fliet.
'fliet. con-'fliet. From the sick room he has
been giving directions to the vari various
ous various department heads for the relief
of thousands of Americans abroad.
The "press of domestic legislation,
the European war and Mexican situ situ-.
. situ-. atkm and ithe flurry over financial
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weighed heavily on the President as
he has maintained his day and night
For several days 'it has been
"known to those in closest touch at
the White iHouse that hope for 'Mrs.
Wilson's recovery was slight. The
:iiresiaent 'nas caung desperately to
f F 1 1 1L
saope mat sue 'inignft survive xne
-crisis, but her if rail constitution,
illness, has 'been unable to (withstand
KjQSt March Mrs. Wilson slipped
'on 'a rug at the White House, injur injuring
ing injuring her spine. An operation was
necessary. After weeks of eonvales-
XlrJt the burden of a -winter's activity
at the White House, together with
charity, (brought on nervous prostra
tlon. She was wrell enough to attend
he wedding of her second daughter,
now iMrs. William .McAdoo, ibut her
recuperative powers were not last-!
In??. Stomach trouble added to her
nervous ailment and Bright's 'disease
.Three tweeks ago she seemed to
rally and was well enough to walk,
supported by a trained nurse, in the
White iHouse grounds.
She watched with satisfaction as
the gardeners laid out the last of the
Italian gardens which she had plan planned
ned planned for the south front of the execu executive
tive executive mansion. With her taste for
the artistic, developed in many years
of landscape painting, she practical
ly had rearranged the gardening of
-file White House in symmetry of the
hedges "and flowers..
With her apparent recovery the
President urged that his wife go to
sl cooler climate, hut she steadfastly
declined to leave her husband. She
took an active interest in the contest
over the confirmation of Thomas B.
Jones as a (member of the Federal
Reserve Board and called for many
a document on congressional affairs.
TChe relapse same last week and,
-since then she has been sinking
rapidly. Only members of the family
were admitted to the sick room. She
had lost in weight until her thin
form seemed hut a shadow of her
former self self-Day
Day self-Day and night the family has
Thatched anxiously over her for the
past few days. Wednesday her pulse
stopped heating for a few moments.
Oxygen and other restoraties were
applied. Early Thursday she seem seemed,
ed, seemed, somewhat better, but later grew
The President, always most sensi
tive about exaggerated reports con
cerning members of his family, au authorized
thorized authorized no official announcement
.relative to Mrs. Wilson's health.
The strain of her duties as mis
'xress of the White House and her
untiring efforts to help many an un un-"Sraown
"Sraown un-"Sraown and friendless person who
has appealed to her, are said to he
directly responsible for her break breakdown.
down. breakdown. Mrs. Wilson received many
delegations which her husband was
too 'busy to see. Her mail iwas volu voluminous
minous voluminous and she insisted on attend attending
ing attending in person to many appeals for
help that came to her. She has been
particularly active since coming to
Washington in bettering conditions
in the slums and securing an im improvement
provement improvement in alley conditions.
Thruout the administration of her
husband she ha3 taken keen interest
in his work. She lent him her coun counsel
sel counsel and advice on many a weighty
subject of state.
The heartfelt sympathy of a great
nation goes in unbounded measure
to its first citizen in the screst afflic affliction
tion affliction that can happen to any man.
Wednesday's battle in the North
Sea was only a skirmish. The Brit British
ish British force in those waters is 29 bat battle
tle battle ships, four cruisers and 13 ar armored
mored armored cruisers. Germany has 25
battleships and four hattle. cruisers.
Russia has or had four battleships
and four cruisers. lAll three nations
have swarms of torpedo boats and
submarines. The Germans have the
'Russians shut up in the Gulf of Fin Finland
land Finland and the Gulf of Bothnia. Jt is
believed that the Russian fleet
doesn't amount to much, but there is
no telling until it has 'been tried.
Owjng to the Kiel canal, the Ger Germans
mans Germans have a strong defensive po
sition. On the other hand, they
cannot go out in the North Sea with
out meeting the British fleet, already
stronger and certain to 'be reinforced.
P. -S. They seem to have met them.
Almost everybody in America won wonders
ders wonders why Germany added not only
Belgium but Great Britain to her
enemies by violating- the neutrality
of the former country.
Germany's reason was to turn the
flank of the almost unbreakable lines
of French fortifications that extend
from Switzerland to Belgium. They
are the most complete eastern of
fortifications in the world, and it
isn't likely the Germans could ever
v. . .
creak thru them. The Frencn tor-i
tificaticns on the Belgian frontier
were comparatively insignificant, and
it was the German idea to march
thru Belgium and flank the French
frontier lines on the way to Paris.
The Germans, however, seem to
have made two mistakes, one of
which is bad, and the other may be
fatal The first is they underesti underestimated
mated underestimated the fighting temper of the
Belgians. The Belgians have resent resented
ed resented the invasion of their country like
a swarm of angry hornets. Their i
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days, and their
French allies are arriving in force.
Even if the Germans take Leige,
they will have a long, 'hard fight to
Paris, -with the French in front and
the Belgians on the flank.
Germany's second mistake was in
regard to Great Britain. Either the
Kaiser believed Britain was bluffing,
or he despised. Britain s army and
He would have been far wiser had
he tried to break thru the French
lines on his western firontier.
FORTV-FOUR YEARS AGO
Liege, the city wrhioh has proved
a stumbling hlock to the German
army, is at the junction of the .Meuse
and Ourthe rivers, 56 miles east of
Brussels. Its population is 150,000.
It is in the center of the mining dis district
trict district of Belgium, is noted for its man manufactures,
ufactures, manufactures, and is on several lines of
railway. It has only moderate for
tifications, and that the Belgians
have held it two days against the
Germans is testimony that they have
at least some of the fighting spirit
that made even Caesar's legions
fear their ancestors.
When the Prussians under -Kaiser
Wilhelm I. with Count Bismark and
General von Moltke. started the
movement against Paris forty-tfour
years ago the German troops were
met with fierce resistance on every
hand. From the time they crossed
the border into France It took the
Germans a tun six months .to cap
ture the French capital.
The first order to mobilize the
Prussian army was -given by Kaiser
Wilhelm I. on July 15th, 1870.
France declared war four days later.
Three armies were put in the field
by the Prussians. The first was un
der Gen. von Steinmetz near Treves,
the second under Prince Frederick
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It will not he strange if Denmark
goes into the war as an ally of Brit
ain and Russia. Denmark has a
grievance against Germany similar
to the grievance of France. The
dutchies of Schleswig and. Holstein
to the south of Denmark belonged to
that country up to 1864, when they
were taken away from it by Prussia
in much the same fashion, only
easier than Alsace and Lorraine were
taken from France six years later.
However, there is this difference,
that Schleswig and Holstein were
contented to ibe taken, and Alsace
and Lorraine were not. The royal
house of Denmark is closely connect connected
ed connected with that of England-and the im
perial family of Russia by marriage.
and the people are mucn more in
sympathy with the British than they
are with the Germans. Denmark
isn't very large but she would make
an awkward addition to the kaiser's
enemies. Her position commanding
the narrow strait that joins the
North and Baltic Seas would enable
the British and Russian fleets to
The Times-Union of Thursday
liberates the two following chunks
of sense :i
"Now is the time to strike for a
merchant marine and industrial and
"The financial flurry in the United
States over the war in Europe is
Kaiser Bill is acting just like the
After due deliberation
suiting all the authorities
and con con-at
at con-at hand,
the Star is moved to say that the T. T.-U.
U. T.-U. is doing the Colonel an injustice.
Senator Stone has been renomi renominated
nated renominated to succeed himself by the dem democrats
ocrats democrats of (Missouri.
General Kitchener, who has so
greatly distinguished himself in the
Soudan, the Transvaal and India,
Charles in the Rhenish Palatine and
the third under the Crown Prince 'of
Prussian on the frontier of Baden
Fifteen days after the mobilization
order had heen given Prussia had
520,000 men under arms.
A line 100 miles long from Mount
medy on the Belgian frontier to Bel-
fort at the junction of the Swiss and
German 'borders, was covered by an
army of 350,000 men under Napol
eon III. The French army was di
vided into eight army corps with
Marshal MacMahon near Strasburg,
Gen. Failly at Betsch, on the Pala
tinate frontier; Marshal Bazaine near
Metz, Gen. Frossard at Saint Avoid,
near the Prussian frontier; Gen.
Ladmirault at Thionville (now call
ed Diedenhofen by the Germans) ;
the reserve corps under Gen. Bour Bour-baki
baki Bour-baki and Marshal Canrobert at Nan Nancy
cy Nancy and Chalons, and Gen. Felix
Douay holding the fortress at Bel
It was on July 2Sth that the Em
peror Napoleon left Paris to take
command at Metz and on August
2, Kaiser Wilhelm with Count Bis
marck and General von Moltke took
the field with headquarters at Mainz.
r t t .
saarorucK was attackea and cap
tured on August 2 by Froussard
France was invaded bv th YTermnn
crown prince on August 4. He en
gaged tne i-rencn under Douay at
Weissenburg and drove them back
after a terrific five-hour fight in
which the losses were heavv on both
igaiu tu ua later tne crown
prince engaged the French. This
itime he met 'MacMahon's men at Za
.t J r ,i a.i x
ueiu auu lurceu mem to retreat in
- : I Oi j
uisuruer. oienimetz, in tne mean
time, routed Frossard's corps at
Following these disastrious de
feats 'the eight French corps were
consolidated into two armies, one
under Bazaine at Metz and the
other under MadMahon at Chalons
It was shortly thereafter that the
northern part of Alsace was ahand
oned while the French retreated
along the Mosefle.
On August 8 the crown prince left
Worth to push on thru the passes
of Vosges to Nancy. He entered the
city on August 16. In the mean meantime
time meantime Steinmetz was the most active
man in the German army. iHe took
Forbach on the 7th, St. Alvord on
the 9 th and on the 14th was near
Metz. In the 'battle of Colpmbey-
Xoully, Gen. von tMoltke prevented
the junction of the two retreating
Bent on the capture of Metz,
Prince Frederick Charles took part
of his army via Saarhrucken and
part thru Saagemitnd and on the
16th of August drove Bazaine hack
to Charlerol. He .was defeated on
the ilSth and cornered in the fortifi
cations at Metz.
On August 19th the Prussians
formed a, fourth army to move rapid
ly thru the plains of Champagne to
Paris. The crown prince of Saxony
was placed in charge of this fourth
command. One hundred and thirty
thousand men were concentrated at
Chalons under 'MacMahon to defend
Paris. On August 2lst '.Maciianon
moved to Rhelms and under orders
from Paris attempted to relieve
Metz. His division was cut off by tne
Prussians at Sedan, surrounded and
overwhelmed. He surrendered on
Septenrber 2nd, being taken prisoner
with the Emperor. The hattle of
Sedan was the most disastrous of
the entire war.
The surrender of Strasburg came
on September 28th, and on October
11 Gen. Von der Tann occupied Or
leans. Metz was surrendered by
Bazaine on October 27th. Gen. de
Callasaines made a heroic effort to
recapture Orleans from the Prus Prussians
sians Prussians on November 10, hut was de
feated in a battle lasting from De
cemher 2 till December 4.
In vain Gen. Ducrot tried to break
Us Yomur Eceinrnaiini MogjM c
We mean are you getting the service we wish to give you and whl
you ought to navei we Deiieve you are. Most or our' customers a:
satisfied, and we. are proud of the fact. But if there is anything wro:
in our relations we want to know it NOW, so we can do our part
straightening It out before the rush days come.
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the strong Prussian lines at Berle
and on December 29th the Prussians
captured Mount Averon, one of the
forts defending Paris. Rouen was
cantured by the Prussians on De
cember 6th and the French were
overwhelmed at St. Queintin on
January 19th. Paris finally capitu
lated on December 2Sth, 1871.
TRADE WITH EUROPE
Times-Union: We do not take
any stock in the Idea that the bis:
war win prevent the United States
from selling foodstuffs to Europe
It will interfere with the sale of raw
cotton for some of the millhands in
Europe will be withdrawn from In
dustry for military service. As the
majority o: textile operators are
women, however, this will not cause
a very sxeat reduction in the de
The war will not shut off any na
ftion in Europe from the use of Am-
erican goods. It is not probable that
it will long interfere with any nation
except Austria and Germany. It is
not absolutely certain that the na
tion that Is stronger in resources
will win, for the man behind the gun
counts to some extent; hut those
who know of England's overwhelm overwhelming
ing overwhelming superiority on the sea can have
little doubt that the German fleet
will soon be destroyed or penned up
in the Baltic while that of Austria
will he destroyed. It is reasonably
certain that communication with the
European nations bordering on the
Atlantic will soon he safe.
But from the very beginning our
trade with Spain, Portugal, Holland
and Italy would he uninterrupted
and France could buy American
goods from Spain while Austria and
Germany could buy them from Hol Holland
land Holland or Italy.
So the only trouble would he in
finding ships. Any foreign ships that
were held in American ports thru
fear of capture could be bought at a
reasonable figure. In an emergency
our own cruisers could be used. This
war ought to give us a large mer merchant
chant merchant marine.
And then if the business were of offered
fered offered here the ships of (Norway,
Sweden, Holland, Portugal, Spain
and Italy would come here for it.
Their cargoes bound for the ports of
neutral nations could not be seized.
When unreasoning scares subsides
we will find the difficulty of trad-
Jwith Europe was largely imaginary.
The Tampa Tribune also takes aj
optimistic view of the effect of tt
European war on America. The Stii
doesn't think there is any real caurf
for alarm it realizes, however. tb:r
a lot of pessimistic croaking ma
cause some trouble.
Its only a little over fifty mile,
from Liege to Waterloo. Wouldnj
it be a freak of the fates if Germans!
French, British and Belgians met of
that historic field as their greJ
grandfathers did almost a centurj
ago. The line-ups would be diner.
ent, but the British would probr.bll
again be among the victors.
R. L. Turner of Inverness, whe
has been superintendent of public
instruction for Citrus county for six
twn vpar 4 a randidate for state
superintendent of public instructionj
He is well qualified for the posltior,
he seeks. Jasper News. j
They recognize Mr. Turner's meri
all over the state. ;
The United States cannot affom tc
let England be crushed. John BuU
was our friend at Manila and there
are other reasons. Punta Gorda
You needn't be a blame bit afraid
of John Bull being crushed. He i?
crusher himself. f
The democrats of Oklahoma h2T!
renominated Senator, Gore.
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Customary to the rules of THE
ENGLISH WOOLEN MILLS to CLEAN
UP all season's end patterns prior to
the arrival of our Fall and Winter
goods, we are offering to the people of
Ocala and surrounding country for a
FEW DAYS ONLY, a rare opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity to buy an all-wool pair of pants
made to your measure by the World's
lest Tailors, our regular $5.50 pants for
Until Sale is over.
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Sometimes we find we are nearer
her tworkers than we realize
ought "together by 'the might power
correspondence. Florida sent a
-eeting to the great convention in
alifornia in July, whili was read
bfore 2772 delegates. The re-elect-
1 field secretary, Paul Brown wrote
S itUUUl It Utlti V.U1US.)
ished we could have been there,.
Iso. Guess ouraFuorida Endearor Endearor-rs
rs Endearor-rs -would echo that.
Rev. 4 and Mrs. Buckwalter, of thej
Tnited Brethren church in Lake
lagdalene, near Tampa,
aby daughter, recently
hne C. E. young couple
oss come near to ois all.
State President D. B.
sacksonville, is to ;be
;uest 'at the Southeastern conven conven-ion
ion conven-ion to be held at West Palm Beach
luring September. Miss Anna J.
ivjtm, or Stewart, is president or
y"nis district and Miss Maude Clarke,
Jot West Palm Beach, serves as sec secretary
retary secretary tor the district and the enter
Central district meets in Tayares
this fall, and South Central in San San-ford.
ford. San-ford. The convention tor the South Southwestern
western Southwestern is to be held in St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, and that for the East Central,
in Daytona. The locations for hold holding
ing holding in North Central -and (North
Eastern have not yet ;been decided.
Last year the conventions -were late,
waiting for the state secretary to get
home trom her Los Angeles trip,
'but this time they are to 'be before
the tourist rush commences, we
S. Jay Adams, one of the most
lage being ;invited to join. This is
the real idea of Christian Endeavor.
Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Drisco, from
the Congregational church in Po Pomona,
mona, Pomona, are enjoying the summer in
Washington, D. C. They entertain entertained
ed entertained the state secretary most kindly in
their Pomona 'home, this spring.
The Junior topic for next Sunday
is "Lessens 'from the Trees and
Flowers." Psalms 14S:l-9-12-13.
Is not that a nice, subject for sum summer?
Grown up Endeavorer's have:
"Who is Free?" John 8: 31-36.
This is a fine Christian citizenship
sn,mp-t firflfA A. Tftwnspiii.
THE SEIIMOX OX THE MOUNT
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas, county, s. s.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business
in the city of Toledo, county and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will
pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case of
Catarrh that 'annot be cured by the
use of -Hall's Catarrh Cure.
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ember, December, A. D. 1SS6.
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ternally internally and acts directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send tor testimonials, free.
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Sold by all -druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Adv.
The following is the analysis of
the "Sermon on the 'Mount," being
preached in a series of sermons at
the morning service by the pastor of
the East Broadway church:
Theme: The Righteousness of
the Kingdom of Heaven.
Introduction: This righteous
ness as exhibited in the characteris characteristics
tics characteristics of the kingdom. (Matt. 5:3-10).
1. The poor in Spirit, (v. 3).
The IMourners. (v. 4).
The Gentile, (v. 5).
'Hungerers and Thirsters af
ter Righteousness. (v. 6).
7. The Merciful, (v. 7).
The Pure in Heart, (v. S).
The Peacemakers, (v. 7).
The Persecuted. The Hard
Way of the Heretic, (vs. 10-12).
A. The position of the citizen of
the kingdom in the community to
exhibit this righteousness.
Preserving it as salt. (v. 13).
it as .a city on a
the stand, etc.
PLAYER PIANO BARGAIX
' I have a $750 player piano right
from the factory, not yet opened,
thai I got in a close trade. Price
printed in gold letters on top. Bench,
cover and rolls with piano. Will
--popular Endeavor boys of St. Peters- j sell for about 'half regular price on
hill. (v. 14).
As a candle on
B. The Son of Christ in Relation
to the Son of Moses and the 'Moral
1. The law of Christ is founded
upon the moral law of the universe
the Divine law and so cannot fall
It fulfillls the law of Moses by carry carrying
ing carrying it forward spiritually and posi positively,
tively, positively, (vs. 17-20K
2. Illustrated in the case of
The Law of Murder, (vs. 21-
Law of Adultery, (vs.
burg, also 'of DeLand, for the attend attended
ed attended Stetson, is 'spending the summer
at IMt Hermon Boy's School, Mt. Her Her-mon,
mon, Her-mon, iMass., "and studying very
hard," (he 'writes. S. Jay is ifaithful
in work, all kinds.
We lieard of a society recently
which says it is going to do better
work from now on "because we now
have a pastor at the head." The
thought came sadly to us. "How
many societies could not say that?"
i r- IA T r Innla ATr-Tif wftm or v r f f ai'fi
Kyorts a nice, new young people's
organization. It is in the Presbyter Presbyterian
ian Presbyterian church, 'but is interdenomina
tional, all young people of the vil-
easy terms. Old piano or anv kind
of salable property takeji as part
payment. Address, Box 176, Ocala,
MARIOX-DUXX MASOATC LOllGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge Nc. 19, F. A
.V. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad
III. The Law of the Oath.
IV. The Law of Exact Justice.
V. The Law of Love of Neighbor.
Summary conclusion: The ideal
set by this righteousness is nothing
less than the moral perfection seen
in God. (4S).
C. The demands of this righteous
ness .-God ward. Single-hearted de devotion
votion devotion to God. Matt. 6:1-,C4).
I. In religious duties. (1-1S).
1. Almsgiving. (2-4).
2. Prayer. (5-15).
(a) How not to pray. (5: 7-8).
(b) How to -pray. (6: 9-15).
In secular affairs. (19-34).
In -money matters. (19-24).
In daily dares. (2o-34).
(a). Seek this righteousness su supremely.
premely. supremely. (33 a)
(b). And all these things will be
added to you. (33 b, 34).
D. The relation of this righteous righteousness
ness righteousness man ward. (7: 1-12).
, I. It demands kindly judgment.
II. Demands reserve In handing
out its truths. (6).
Pray for these graces. (7-11).
III. The Golden Rule. (12).
Conclusion cf the Sermon: Th!s
righteousness is necessary to the
entrance into the kingdom of heaven.
! "7- 1 o.-Oy
v -- j
1. The straight and narrow way
find, enter and iarsevere in this
2. Beware of those who would
lower the moral standard of this
3. Only this righteousness
avail finall-; no professions,
even activity in 'the kingdom
avail anything (21-23).
4. He is worse who practices this
righteousness, for it alone can stand
all tests. v (24-27).
LAST CHEAP EXCURSION
GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RAILWAY
Tuesday, August 11th, 1911
Voldoata Macon Atlanta
Lv, Union Depot, Palatka 5:33 a. in.
Lv. Hampton 6i-19 a. m.
L.v. Lake Ilntler 7x24 a. ir
Lv. Jacksonville. .... .0 a. m. and 7t40 p. in.
Special train of Pullman cars and first class coaches will leave Jackson
vllle 9 a. m.. and Is due to arrive In Valdosta 12:10 d. m.. Macon 5:30 n. m. and
Atlanta 9 p. m. Tickets will also be honored on regular train leaving at
7:40 p. m.,and arriving at Valdosta at 11:05 p. m., 3dacon 4:15 p. m., and At
lanta i:zi a. m. rnese trains wm De personally conauctea. Tickets good
returning on any train until and including Sunday, August 16th. Only Val
dosta passengers win De lanen on tnis tram aiier leaving jacKsonvllle
See cheap excursion rates to Jacksonville via Seaboard on August 10.
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The Management of DR. McCLAN
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray o., and Troxler's stands.
Larger quarters, more fully, equipped nd will be rxu
strictly ethlcai lines.
HOURS: v 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE- 333
KNIGHTS Of 11 1HI AS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. M. Gober C C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. R. S. Ad
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LOYAIi ORDER OF IOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. O. M
teets every Thursday at 8:30 p. id.
isiting brethren always welcome to
the lodge and club house, on Mag Magnolia,
nolia, Magnolia, street near postofflce.
J. D. RO0NEY, Dictator.
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Check your fall cough or cold at
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rious serious lung trouble, weaken your vi vitality
tality vitality and develop a chronic lung ail ailment.
ment. ailment. Get a bottle of Dr. Beel's
Pine-Tar-Honey today; it is pure and
harmless use freely for that fall
cough or cold. If Baby or Children
are sick give it to them, it will re relieve
lieve relieve quickly and permanently. It
soothes the irritated throat, lungs
and air passages.. Loosenes Phlegm,
is antiseptic and fortifies the sys
tem against colds. It surely pre
vents cold germs from getting a hold.
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Apply to H. G. VENZEL, Fl orida Passenger Agent,
121! West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
THE OCALA ETMXG ST AH, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914.
! OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
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Mf you nave any items for
.Delightful IU ( j)tin this livening I
informal re:x'tion, this even even-be
be even-be iven by the John M. lar-
tJn Camp, Sons of Confederate
eterans, at Clyatt's hall, to its mem- j Senior Ep worth League and the B.
hers, the members of Dickison Chap-fy. P. U. had a most delightful en enter,
ter, enter, United Daughters of the Confed-1 tertaininent. Rev. and .Mrs. J. M.
eracy, and the Confederate Veterans j Gross and daughters, 'Misses Mamie
and all of their friends, promises to:and Sarah Gross -were the host and
be one of the (most delightful social j hostesses. Plans had been made for
gathering. of the mid-summer. ia lawn party but the afternoon rain
During the evening, which will be necessitated the change of the
strictly informal in every way, the j scene of the social to the spacious
program committee, of -which Mr. J. j porch of the parsonage. The young
J. Gerig is chairman, has arranged j people gathered at the parsonage at
lor ine ioiiowing liuertrsiuig
Piano solo 4Miss Irma Blake.
Address Mr. Alfred Ayer.
Reading -Miss Mary Hill.
Vocal solo .Miss Cecile Downs.
A beautiful social evening in Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland Wednesday evening was the
marriage of Miss Olive Sum merlin
and Dr. J. J. Whitfield. Little Miss
.Margaret Stevens was the dainty
flower girl and 'Miss Mabel Drane, a
recent popular visitor to Ocala, was
one of the bride's attendants, wear wearing
ing wearing a (beautiful gown of turquoise
blue and lace. The ceremony was
performed in the Episcopal church,
and after the wedding a large recep reception
tion reception was held at the Kibler hotel,
was profusely decorated for the oc occasion.
casion. occasion. JMts. O. 'M. .Eaton, formerly
of this city presided at the punch
bowl. The fbride presented her at attendants
tendants attendants with silver plates engraved
with name and date.
Little -Miss Nellie Wallis is sick
with mumps at the home of her
mother, Mrs. T. -H. Wallis.
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, Jr., will af af-rive
rive af-rive next week from Tampa to visit
Mr. Zewadski's parents. She will be
accompanied !by her young son,! W.
K., III., who will enjoy his first visit
to his grandparents.
Miss TJessie tMacKay is the -guest
of (Miss Janet Weathers, coming up
this morning froim Lake Weir.
The announcement of the engage engage-cment
cment engage-cment of Miss 'Margaret Arnett of
Lexington, Ky., to Mr. Lawrence J.
Taylor of -Dust is, Which was made
recently by 'Miss Arnett's mother, is
ItJK-ins received In Ocala with cordial
interest hy the friends of the groom-"to-be.
IMr. Taylor is proprietor of
the Palm Pharmacy, 'Eustis, a rep representative
resentative representative of the Groover-Stewart
Drug Co. of Jacksonville, and has
numbers of friends throughout the
state, especially in this city.
Mrs. "iR. iS. .McCormiok and
- daugh ter are guests until Sunday of
Mrs. S. W. Igou, arriving yesterday
aiiss Gladys ?Drake left today for
vl week-end visit to 'Miss Clarice
Watkins, at Mlcanopy.
blisses -E thel Hunt" and Cynthia
tinier have returned from Ocala,
Trhere they spent three weeks with
A. C. Blowers and family. St. Pe-
Mr. G. W. Easterling after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant and (beneficial stay at White
Springs, has returned home.
Gov. and 'Mrs. Park Tranimell of
Tallahassee were prominent visitors
to Asheville, N. C., this week, reg registering
istering registering at the Hotel Langren Wed Wed-nrssda.
nrssda. Wed-nrssda. Mrs. A. J. Turner of Dunnellon is
the guest of her sister, iMrs. W. K.
iMrs. M. E. Stearns, formerly Mrs.
IV. B. Holly of this county but now
of Lakeland, has heen in Ocala dur during
ing during the past week, stopping at the
Empire Cafe, settling up the 'Holly
iestate for her son, Mr. Preston Hol Holly
ly Holly who is blind. It is deeply re regretted
gretted regretted that iMrs. Stearns was un unable
able unable to secure more than $650 'for
her son out of a large valuable prop
erty on the Oklawaha river; Mrs.
Stearns wishes to thank Jier many
Iksnd friends for their kindness and
Ize3p given her during her stay.
A telegram was received m the
city, this morning conveying the sad
news of the, death Jast evening at 6
o'clock o'f 'Mrs. W. E. Clark, at her
home in tMount Vernon, N. Y. Mrs.
XJluT'k is the wife of the president of
the H. B. .Masters Company and a
number of years ago accompanied
3ier husband on a husiness trip to
Ocala. In his recent bereavement
33ir- Clark has the sympathy of a
large number of friends in this city.
cle;artrnen: call phone 100)
n. v. p. u.
Las: evening at the -Methodist par-
Vet-jSonage on Fort King avenue the
auuui o.u aim umereni games were
played from time to time during the
Piano music by .Misses .'Marie Bur Burnett,
nett, Burnett, Claudia O'Neal, Mamie Gross
and iMr. Carleton Errin -was very
highly appreciated and enjoyed and
which added much to the pleasures
of the evening. The east side of the
porch -was used for the general
spread of the refreshments. It was
a grand array of sandwiches of all
kinds, deviled eggs, pickles, olives,
grapes, peaches, bananas and several
kinds of cake, etc. Ice cold lemon
ade was served during the evening.
Those present were Rev. and Mrs.
J. M. Gross, Misses Mamie and Sarah
Gross, Mary and Susie Ervin, Nan
Brooks, 'Mabel Bachelder, Gladys
Martin, Jessie Woods, iMae Sikes,
Marie Burnett, Claudie O'Neal, Mary
Lou Luckie, iMary Landers, Inez
Sandifer, Jewel Marlowe, Messrs.
Don Peabody, Niel Ferguson, S. C
Hick el, Jr., Carol and Sam Fraser,
Frank Gates, William tflood, Charles
Willis, Leo Rilea, Ollie Rivers, Mack
Carter, Carleton Ervin, Carol Bla-
lock and others.
Miss Emma Sage and Mr. J. M.
'McDonald surprised their circle of
friends yesterday by slipping away
to Bellevie-w in a car and there were
quietly mfarriedat 4 o'clock. The
young couple'returned immediately
to the home of the ibride's parents,
'Mr. and Mrs. C? K. Sage, where they
are for the present making their
tMrrM-cDoiiald came to Ocala the
first of the year from Douglass, Ga.,
and is one of the valued employees
of the Arcade ibarbershop.
The bride is the second daughter
of 'Mr. and .Mrs. Chas K. Sage. She
was iborn and raised in this city, is
a very pretty and charming young
lady, and has many friends, who
join the Star in best wishes for her
and her husband.
PROGRAM FOR BAXD
COXCERT THIS EVEXIXG
1. Rig'ht Swing, march P. G.
2. Why Do I Weep for Thee, ser serenade.
enade. serenade. 3. Captivating, gavotte Theo.
4. Sliding JJim, characteristic
F. H. Losey.
.Intermission (10 minutes).
Dream Girl, waltzes Harlem.
6. Southern. Plantation Songs,
7. A Bunch of Violets, flower
song C. W. Bennett.
S. High School Cadet's march
Oapt. John L. Inglis of Port Inglis
is spending a few weeks at 'Mount
ClemonSf, Mich., taking the baths and
enjoying a vacation. Mr. Inglis, who
is well known all over Florida on ac account
count account of his phosphate interests, has
been many times at this Michigan
resort, and during the present sea
son is making many side trips to va
rious points of interest along the
Great Lakes. He expects to return
to Florida as soon as the weather is
a little cooler.
STARS AND STRIPES
LOOK GOOD TO LEMKE
Jacksonville, Aug. 7. Captain
Herman Lemke, master of the Ger German
man German steamer Frieda Leonhardt,
which put into port here Wednesday
after being chased by an English
man-o'-war, has taken out naturali naturalization
zation naturalization papers to become a citizen of
the United States.
Will please list
32 9 Carney, E.
the following in
China cheap at The Murray Com-
Sous Bois extract $2 an ounce. Sold
at Gerig's only. 7-25-tf
STAR wants ads. bring results
LAST HOIKS OF MRS. WILSO.Y
Washington, August 7. 'Mrs.
Woodrow Wilson, wife of the pres president
ident president of the United States, died at
the White House at : o'clock yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon.
Kneeling a: the bedside at the
end were the president and their
three daughters. Dr. Cary T. Gray Grayson,
son, Grayson, U. S. N., and a nurse were in
the room, and just outside a door
were Secretary McAdoo and Francis
B. Say re, .Mr. Wilson's sons-in-law,
and Mr. Tumulty, his secretary.
Both houses of Congress adjourn adjourned
ed adjourned when Mrs. Wilson's death was
announced, and for a brief time the
wheels of the government virtually
Funeral Arrangements Not Decided
Funeral arrangements have not
been made. The place of burial will
be either Rome, Ga., or Princeton,
N. J., where the family lived for 25
She Was a Southern Ciirl
'Mrs. Wilson was Miss Ellen Louise
Axson, daughter of a Presbyterian
clergyman, and was 'born at Savan Savannah,
nah, Savannah, Ga. She was a student at the
New York Art League when she met
Mr. Wilson, who then was taking a
post-graduate course at Johns 'Hop 'Hopkins.
kins. 'Hopkins. The President and Mrs. Wil Wilson
son Wilson were married June 24, 18S5.
IT MKAXS 31 LVCI I TO
BE AX AMERICAN
Jacksonville Metropolis: -Five mil million
lion million dollars has been placed to the
credit of Americans in Euroie.
Huge ocean liners, running under!
forced drafts, will soon he plying
across the ocean for the use of Uncle
Sam's children. An absolute demand
for the free departure of any Am Americans
ericans Americans who wish to come 'home has
been made on Germany and other
nations hy President Wilson person
All -because some few hundreds
or thousands of travelers in iforeign
countries happen to .be born or nat
uralized here, little more than a
simple accident, perhaps. The num number
ber number is not material. The same steps
would be taken, the same machinery
set in motion for one man as for all.
It means much to -be an American.
In ordinary times, there may he a
tendency among our nation's citi citizens,
zens, citizens, in the rush of daily ibusiness
or pleasure, to lose sight of the mu mutual
tual mutual hlood which fetters itheni with
the country and its welfare. It is
not a lack of patriotism In any sense
of the word, but the dominance of
more immediate and superficial
things. A sudden crisis has never
failed to show (that Americans are
worthy of the protection of the flag.
But the race, as a whole, is less sen sentimental,
timental, sentimental, -less volatile, more practi practical,
cal, practical, than the temperament of our
European brothers. The great prin
cipal is there, strong, (fundamental,
underlying. The rtish of Americans
to arms when the call came, as it
did in 1898, has no parallels as an
example of patriotism. The volun
teers still smiled and joked. They
were still practical, unsentimental
Americans. But they proved the
quality of their steel ifor all time,
when they faced the enemy under
The quality of our brand of pat
riotism is not a secret from the rest
of the world. Our sons have won
too many bloody hattles in the face
of almost overwhelming odds. Am
erican tourists abroad have heen at
times somewhat of a joke to foreign
ers. But the nation itself is re
spected with a deference that close
ly resembles fear. It is not our num numbers
bers numbers that carry weight, or our
aerial fleet. All would suffer 'by
comparison with any hig European
It is the indomitable spirit of
Washington at Valley Forge; of
Davy Crockett at the Alamo; of
Andy Jackson at New Orleans; of
Stark at Ticonderoga; of Hobson at
Santiago Bay. "Don t give up the
ship!" still rings in our ears, and it
is something far above guns and uni uniforms
forms uniforms that compels the foreigner's
It means much to be an American.
The tri-colored glory of the Stars
and Stripes stands for something
that cannot be measured in figures
and statistics, and its protection is
something that its sons and daugh
ters are rightly jealous of.
STRANDED IN EUROPE
Mme. Scliumann-Heink and Mrs
Ella Flajrs Young Among the
Chicago, Aug. 7. Mme. Ernestine
Schumann-Heink yesterday cabled
her attorneys in Chicago for assist
ance to get out of Germany. The
German singer is a naturalized Am
-Mrs. Ella Flagg Young, superin
tendent of schools and 400 Chicag
teachers are traveling in Europe.
Dry (Gi. lepairfiiKitt
We excel in still another line of Woman's wear.
Our underwear is new and attractive, beautifully de designed,
signed, designed, and surpassing in quality.
The Children's line is a fit counterpart for
Ladies'. It is a complete and beautiful lot
Beimg Specially MspHayedl Mow
Suspension Bridge Is Shifted.
An important feat of unusual diffi
culty has just been performed by the
department of bridges in shifting the
cables of the Williamsburg bridge
from supporting steel pins of ten
inches in diameter, twenty-eight inches
in length and one thousand pounds in
weight to nickel steel bar of thirteen
inches In diameter, forty and one-half
inches in length and eighteen hun hundred
dred hundred pounds in weight--all with less
than two hours interruption to rail
and vehicle traffic. This terminates a
work of almost three years, by which
the longest suspension bridge in the
world has been rehung, with addition
al trusses, uprights and cross beams,
exactly doubling its supporting
strength. The chauges became nec necessary
essary necessary through the new subway
scheme of which the Williamsburg
bridge is to be the central link. The
span carries six tracks, two for sub subway
way subway or elevated and four for street
cars. New York Letter to the Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Dispatch.
Vesuvius Still Hotter.
The temperature inside ML Ve Vesuvius,
suvius, Vesuvius, which is unascertainable by
ordinary thermometrical methods, has
recently been measured in novel fash fashion
ion fashion by the Munich geologist, Storz,
who descended the crater of the vol volcano
cano volcano for the purpose.
He dropped a thin wire cable with
an iron weight at the end into the
crater. Affixed to the wire were metal
cylinders made of lead, zinc and anti antimony,
mony, antimony, which melt respectively at tem temperatures
peratures temperatures of C26, 788 and 1.16G de degrees
grees degrees FahrenheiL
Having been let down into the
mouth of the volcano, the lead melted
at a depth of 33 feet, the zinc at 49
feet and the antimony at 175 feet 6
A yellow smoke vent inside the
crater had a temperature of only 294
degrees in 1911, C27 degrees in 1912,
and 782 degrees in 1913. From this
fact it is concluded that a fresh out outbreak
break outbreak of Vesuvius may be imminenL
Xew York Sun.
A coat now and then of DAVIS'
OLD COLONY WAGON PAINT pre preserves
serves preserves your wagons and farm Imple Implements
ments Implements and makes them look like
new. FOR SALE BY THE 3LVRIOX
HARWARE COMPANY. 3
MMMM ", r'
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale'
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR SALE Fine horse for ; 3?
cheap. A. M. Lansford 8-5-tf-df
GOOD PIAXO $30 A square piarid;
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
ROLL TOP DESK ?18 A medium medium-sized
sized medium-sized roll top offlce desk, in first first-class
class first-class condition, $18 cash. Apply
at Star office. 7-18-tf dw
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.
FOR SALE A fine yearling Jersey
bull for sale or service. J. A.
Logan, Welrsdale, Fla. 8-6-r.t
You may sum the duty of
In the giving of praise worthily,
being yourselves worthy "of
In our new
; ; T No trouble. No muss.
The F. F. Pat i fy Co., Ltd.
Buffalo, R y. Hamilton, Ont.
Baby of Future
Much thought has been clven In lat
years to the subject of maternity. In!
the cities there are!
equipped with xnod-i
rl most women prefer
ineir own nomes ana
in the towns and vil villages
lages villages must prefer
them. And since
n tnis is true we know
J Irom the gTeat many
rplendid letters writ written
ten written on the subject that our "Mother's
Friend" Is a frrcrat help to expectant
mothers. They write of the wonderful
relief, how It seemed to allow the
muscles to expand without undue strain
and what a splendid Influence It was on
the nervous cyrtem. Such helps aa
"Mother's rrier.d" and the broader
knowledge of them should have a helpful
Influence upon babies of the future.
In a little beel: fcr such women these
points are more thoroughly brought out
and a Copy will be mailed to anyone who
will Fer.d 1:3 their r.arr.e and address.
"Mother's Friend Is sold In all drag
ttores and highly recommenced for Its
timely usefulness. Its safeness and the
real help It affords. Ask for It at tha
ttore and write us for the book. Brad Brad-field
field Brad-field Regulator Co., 211 T-arnr Bldg
WOOIttlkJi OF THE "WORLD
Fort King Camp .No. 14 meets in
Tonga's Hall at 8 p. ml every second
and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns alwayp welcome. Adr.
F. J. Burden, C. C
Chas K. Sage, Clerk.
The registration book for district
No. 1, Ocala). will be open on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each
week from the 1st Monday in August
till the second Saturday in October.
1114. In all other districts two days in
each week from the 1st Monday in
September till the second Saturday in
J'jfTher. This registration does not
to any person wno was a regis-
dly D. M.- BARCO.
r Registration Marion Co
m v r
I voter prior to Jan.
wno regisierea mis year ior mo
t fine In Marion county, thousrn
your III f9" .ay have voted in the primary.
n i -J7Vte In ine .ovemoer election
It. Rf Murday in October.
SONS OF YET EDA XS
WE SHOULD NOT WODDY
THE OCAIjA EVENING STAR, Mil DAY, AUGUST 7, 1914.
KITCKv TUrf JTOVE
, r -hrttes I
I ''"T'J'iCiiS i"V'W Ml Jl 1 i i n'V" Tlld IH. !IH..HI, ,il)lllll.UIUHli wwm.li.mj
WE HAVE CLIMISK!) THE LI)I)EIt OF SUCCESS IX OL'Il IIAKD IIAKD-WAKE
WAKE IIAKD-WAKE IJUSIXESS IiV ATTEXI IXG STRICTLY TO BUSINESS.
we keep up oirn stocks, all of the many little
THINGS YOU AIIE CONSTANTLY NEEDING YOU CAN "FIND" IN
.DOES NOT THIS KIND OF A STOKE DESEKVE YOUK TKADE
ESPECIALLY WHEN WENOT ONLY Iv EE l A DIG STOCK,
DUT ALSO GIVE THE LITTLE FKICE.
KEMEMIJEIi, OUIl HA HI) WAKE STANDS 1IAKD WAKE.
Ami All Tlx-ir Friends are Deque-ted
to Take Particular
All Daughters of the Confederacy.;
Confederate Veterans, Sons of Con-!
federate Veterans and the friends of
these organizations are invited to be
present at an entertainment to be
given In- John M. .Martin Camp,
Sons of Confederate Veterans, in
Clyatt's hall, Friday evening, Aug.
7th, at S o'clock.
XV. W. Harriss, Commandant.
Attest: W. T. Gary, Adjutant.
NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS
OF MASTERS' STOKE
Out of respect to the memory of
Mrs. Clark, .whose funeral will take
place at that hour, the store of the
H. B. Masters Company will be clos closed
ed closed tomorrow afternoon .from 3 to 4
AT THE FLORIDA HOUSE
Pilosis 118, Ocala, Fla.
ffffc autumn ry
EXQUISITE AND CHARMING ARE THE NEW AND UNIQUE
THINGS WE ARE OFFERING THIS AUTUMN. FOR A BIRTH BIRTHDAY,
DAY, BIRTHDAY, WEDDING OR ANNIVERSARY GIFT YOU WILL FIND
JUS T WHA T. WILL SA TISFY YOU, AND PLEASE THE RECEIV RECEIVER.
ER. RECEIVER. YO U MA Y KNO w' THA T WHA T YOU BUY FROM US IS
HIGH IN QUALITY AND THE FULLEST VALUE FOR YOUR
A. E. BURNETT
The Anderson Lumber Co. is mak making
ing making some fine improvements at the
Florida House, the popular medium medium-priced
priced medium-priced hotel on 'North Magnolia
street. For a number of years the
hotel has been operating the large
residence next door on the south as
an annex. This house is 50 feet
from the main building. It is now
being connected by a brpad covered
veranda. The annex, which stood
back from the sidewalk a distance
of a'bout 40 feet, is being almost re rebuilt
built rebuilt and more than doubled in size.
The front porch was torn away and
six large rooms and a hall added in
front. .'A new porch was built and
four rooms are being added at the
rear, -which will give the annex
about 18 rooms. When completed,
the Florida iHouse .will not only be
very roomy and comfortable "but will
have quite an attractive appearance.
SUPPLYING THE DEFICIENCY
In making up the report of the
meeting of the iboard of governors
yesterday, a line 'was -dropped out of
the letter of the Star, offering to
make double its subscription to the
Board of Trade if necessary. The
omission of the line made the com communication
munication communication read awkwardly; conse consequently
quently consequently it is reproduced -below:
Star will Double Its Subscription
Ocala, Fla., July 28, 1914.
Mr. J. D. Rooney, Secretary,
Marion County Board of Trade.
Dear Sir: We understand that it
will he necessary for the Board of
Trade to get in some new subscrip subscriptions,
tions, subscriptions, new "paying" members, or for
some of the present members to in increase
crease increase their monthly tpayiments, to
meet the expenses of the -board.
The Star appreciates the good that
the -Board of Trade has done and
fully realizes what it can do In the
future, if it is encouraged as it
should be, by our people.
Our firm has been paying the
board $60 per year, for the past
year, 'but rather than see the insti institution
tution institution fail or become seriously crip crippled
pled crippled for lack of funds, we -will gladly
double our subscription.
Bittinger & Carroll,
R. R. Carroll, Genl. 'Manager.
OUTLOOK FOR COTTON
L Phone g Ji
JF YOUR Stenographer. Bookkeeper,
Billing Clerk. Telephone Operator,
cr any other female member of your
cfHcs force decides to leave Saturday; I
you have only to use the "Female Help J JJiUll
I Wantad" or "Situation Wanted Female jl
cxshimcs of wOUR PAPERx If VTEE
to bring an all-round-desirable applicant BuW
for the position bright and early the next fi'jS
Manj' Foreign Mills Running and
Others Will Start in a Couple
Washington, Aug. 7. An address
to cotton growers was issued yester
day ;Dy tne committee of congress
men who have undertaken to alle alleviate
viate alleviate threatening results to the Am American
erican American cotton industry from the Eu European
ropean European .war. The circular, it is an announced
nounced announced by Senator Hoke Smith,
chairman of the committee, is cal calculated
culated calculated to allay all apprehension
among Southern farmers.
"We are satisfied," said Senator
Smith after a meeting of the com committee,
mittee, committee, "that the emergen cy cur currency
rency currency "bill passed yesterday will take
care of any financial demands for
the cotton crop. Our statement also
will assure the cotton growers that
when the crop is ready for move movement
ment movement in thirty days, ample transpor transportation
tation transportation facilities will be afforded. The
committee is confident of that.
"We also have reports from Am American
erican American consuls abroad that many of
the cotton mills are in operation, and
we have information to assure us
that our cotton trade iwith Great
Britain and the Orient will not be
interefered with at all.
"Our address will have an opti optimistic
mistic optimistic tone. Of course it will not
say that things will be just as good
as if there had been no war, but our
investigation thus far shows that
prospects are more favorable than
had been anticipated."
Put Your Ad. inthe STAR if you want RESULTS
Advertise In the STAR for results.
FuroK? has to Have Our drain or
Starve and Will Soon Find a
Way to Obtain It
Washington, Aug. 7. American
crops can and must move to Europe.
That was the view expressed ioday
by Secretary Red field, of the depart department
ment department of commerce, after a confer conference
ence conference with Secretary Bryan.
"The last tning we need worry
about," said Mr. Relfield, with em emphasis,
phasis, emphasis, "is getting our crops abroad.
Europe must have our wheat or
starve. Will she starve or will she
provide means of transportation?
Its up to the other fellow to provide
ships. Grain may be tied up for a
few weeks, but not permanently.
Just as soon as the question of su supremacy
premacy supremacy on the seas is settled com commerce
merce commerce will be resumed. Have you
noticed the policy of Great Britain
and France as reflected in their naval
orders it is to obtain control of the
sea at once.
"If England sweeps the seas all
England merchant ships will resume
their transportation of our troops.
If Germany is successful her ships
will carry the grain. England, of
course, is our biggest customer. She
already is insuring merchant ships
up to SO per cent of their value and
I think we may look to similar steps
in that direction.
"Another thing that will help will
be the bill now 'before Congress
amending our shipping laws. The
United Fruit Company and the Unit United
ed United States Steel Corporation have
been considering (for some time
changing their register so as to fly
the American flag. Technical re restrictions
strictions restrictions which prevented will now
be removed. But even if there are
not enough American ships European
nations will certainly send others.
Its their worry, not ours."
It K WARD FOIt RETURN
OF AUTO TIRE
Suitable reward will be paid for
the return of an auto tire attached
to rim which was lost in Ocala, or
on road between Ocala and Fort (Mc (McCoy.
Coy. (McCoy. Geo. Rentz, Holder Bldg.
RETURNING TO NORMAL RATES
OCALA HOUSE NOW OPEN
TK WING to the great demand for rooms, we
I I 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 the traveling public, and at
LOUIS N. Long, Manager
who owns the duelling 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 inrolires the origin and
the development of individual ownership In land.
in the beginnig of civilization no man owned any definite part
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped Ter particular sections of
It; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plenU plenU-ful
ful plenU-ful for individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particu particular
lar particular spot.
florida title and abstract corporation T
Financial and 31ercantile Circles Reil OKKXKXC:KKKM::
covering from the First Fright
New York, 'Aug. T.--Conditions in
the financial district are unchanged.
Reduction of the British bank dis discount
count discount rate and reports of similar ac action
tion action by the Bank of France are ex expected
pected expected to react favorably here. It is
believed those local institutions
which yesterday advanced call mon money
ey money from 6 to 8 per cent will not re restore
store restore the lower rate.
Accumulation of freight for Eu Europe
rope Europe gradually is diminishing here,
local railroad men assert. -Foodstuffs
will, of course, he the principal ex export
port export while the war is on and the
perishable character of these com commodities
modities commodities 'will in itself deter shippers
from adding to such congestion as
All funds for relief of Americans
abroad will ibe handled (through the
treasury department at Washington.
The United States treasurer will
honor Postal Telegraph drafts for
any amount, if they are for thie relief
of Americans abroad. Transfers, of
money to Washington for other than
relief purposes will not foe accepted.
Deferred cable rates via Atlantic
cables, for Africa, Asia, Australia
and via Azores for South America,
Messages for Switzerland must be
written in plain French. English or
other languages not admitted.
Censorship established throughout
British West Indies and British
Guinea. Language used must be
French or English. Full address and
Cables to or via Hong Kong must
be fully addressed and signed; Eng English
lish English or French language.
French government notifies us
that all messages to or from or pass passing
ing passing thru France, its colonies or pro protectorates,
tectorates, protectorates, must be In plain French
or English, fully addressed and sign signed,
ed, signed, and at sender's risk.
Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.,
A. F. Joyner, Mgr.
Markley (to pestering insurance
man) "Look here, when you talked
to me last year, you told me that
the company you were with was
the best in the world." Agent
"My dear sir, it was at that time,
but the company I am now with, hav having
ing having since had the benefit of my serv services,
ices, services, has, of course, taken the honor
away from it."
Elocution doesn't go far enough. It
merely teaches us how to speak, not
Marlon County Abstract .Company
GRAHAM BROTHERS Lessees,
jj First consideration and especial attention given to small tract.
Ocala Auto livery Company
X MERCHANTS BLOCK
No trip too long, or none to short for us to make.
? Prompt Service. Charges Reasonable
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A I II LINE RAILWAY
Richmond $18.80, Norfolk $18.80,
Final limit returning August 30th, 1014. Similar low rate from all
JOHX BOISSEAU. G. Z. PHILLIPS,
C. P. A., Ocala, Fla. A. G. P. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1011
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS
OM MOTHER VAr -OGR-WURST'S
fAUNT '5 CjiC TO Oct. FOH ME
TO TAKE MG DOWN in HEPv
-rouniNc; -CAR i can't o 8VT
LL HAV& KEA TAKE VOC DOvvW
SHE CAa''T VEY WELL E.Pl5
and ;t wiu certajnuv make.
A LOT 0 PCOPLf ENVtOUi WHEX
THC iEE YOV IN the auto in
C'OHFWNW WTM A SOCIETY L&ADK
i DON T H5i ME- DY WfTHCyT
ME. THE. VACLE. TOWN WSUJ
HAVE KNOWN AgouT ME. BEtNC
ovt with A -Society ueder,
It's just lilie the People to notice Mother when she didn't want them to,
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: WHY THE CHILD STAYED
By HARRIET PHILLIPS.
Stevens knew by his wife's expres expression
sion expression that she had something to tell.
"Well, what's doing?" he asked as
he hung up his hat.
"Mrs. Jenkinson was here this after afternoon,"
noon," afternoon," responded Mrs. Stevens.
"Wanted money for one of her pet
charities? Except for her, Maysie, we
might not know what to do with our
"She didn't ask for money this
time, Jim. She merely wished me to
do her a little favor."
( "Well, I suppose you were will-
"Yes, I was willing, but I wasn't
sure that you would be. You see,
she asked me to take care of a little
girl for a week or so until she can
get her into a certain orphans' home
where she thinks there will be a va vacancy
cancy vacancy soon."
"Mrs. Jenkinson certainly isn't lack lacking
ing lacking in nerve, is she? What did you
say to her?
"I said yes."
"You did! Well, when is our guest
"She's here, Jimmy. Mrs. Jenkinson
brought her with her, and I couldn't
refuse to keep the little thing for a
short time. She was left without rela relatives
tives relatives in all the world and. some neigh
bors had taken her to the settlement.
I hope you won't mind having a baby
in the house for a little while."
"I guess I can stand it all right,
Maysie, but I want to tell you some something.
thing. something. Mrs. Jenkins brought that
child to us in the hope that we would
keep her permanently. But she can't
pull off a job like that on us! You
know I'm unalterably opposed to
adopting a child."
"I'm quite sure she has no idea that
we will keep Faith."
"Faith? Why, that was my grand grandmother's
mother's grandmother's name. Did you know Grand Grandmother
mother Grandmother Stevens' name was Faith:
"Yes, I knew it. It's a funny, quaint
old name,' isn't it?"
"I think it's a beautiful, inspiring
name, Maysie. If you'd only known my
grandmother, you'd think so, too."
"Perhaps. Do you care to see the
baby?" Mrs. Stevens led the way into
the library where a little white bun bundle
dle bundle lay on the floor. The child slept
surrounded by a scattered deck of
"A slumbering queen of hearts,"
smiled Stevens. "How old is she?"
"Nearly two. I ought to put her to
"She'll probably howl when you pick
her up, but I suppose that's part of
If ;oa wish to go away tor the
i summer please correspond with Mrs.
of mocks, ana by tne ena or the week
there were so many toys in the house
that Mrs. Stevens remarked that he
had better buy a trunk to pack the
baby's things in when she left.
"Maysie," Stevens coughed depre depre-catingly,
catingly, depre-catingly, "I don't believe we'd better
let that child go. Of course, I don't
believe in adopting children, but. you
see, it's different with Faith. She ; E- w- Williams, who conducts the
just seems to fit us. And even her j Cumberland House at Monteagle,
name makes it seem as if she were.Tenn. Rates, $7 to $10 per. week.
really ours, and
Two months' Chautauqua, from July
3 'vi;ni itic
Jimmy," Mrs. Stevens voice was j ist io August 31st, which is a fine
unsteady. "I must tell you. I don't ;entertaiiiaiaDt. Monteagle is on the
know what you'll think of me,. but the Qf the CumberJan(1 mouDtaln,
mVhmeiTmSS h t w Shfiove 2.000 feet above ca level. The
came here. I named her. I just sud-
denly thought that maybe, perhaps" finest mineral water, most elegant
-That you ought to bunko me. Well, S scenery east of the Rockies. For i
you most certainly have, Maysie. I'm j health, pleasure, rest and beauty,
surprised at ycu. Yes, surprised and; there is no place like Monteagle in
well, if you must know, delighted, j the South. Write at once to Mrs.
Don't cry, dear. Whatever she was E w. Williams, Froprietress, the
before, she'll always be our Faith j Cumberland Houre, Monteagle, Ten-now."-Chicago
Daily News. nessee. 6-13-if
Sparr, August G. Mrs. Bridges,
president of the W. C. T. U. of Ocala
and iMrs. G. D. Washburn. 4with her
silver medal class came to Sparr
Wednesday evening, July 29, and
held a meeting at the Baptist church.
Lottie Gurry, Emily Wenzel and
Cevie Roberts were the contestants.
They all rendered their parts well
and they were much enjoyed by a
fair-sized audience. We hardly know
how the judges, Mr. J. E. Thomas,
Mr. sHarvey Grantham and Mr.
Brown, could decide 'which was best,
but they decided in favor of Emily
Wenzel. Mrs. Bridges presented the
medal, .which the little maiden, very
1 EXCURSION TO YAL.DOSTA, MA-
COX A XI) ATIiAXTA BY
G. S. & F.
There's Nothing Better Than the Best
And that's the reason why,"
When for the best you are in quest,
You'll not pass by, but will stop and buy
The annual personally conducted,
excursion to Valdosta, Macon and
Atlanta 'over the Georgia Southern J
& Florida Railway will be operated,
on Tuesday, August 11, and from all )
indications it promises to be one of
the most successful ever operated by
The round trip 'rate from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to Valdosta will be $2, to
Macon $4 and to Atlanta $C. The
rate from Hampton to Valdosta will
bei$2.25, to .Macon $4.50, to At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta $6.50; from Palatka to Val-
gracefully received. Another young jaaia to .uacon H-auana io
girl and boy whose names we did notAtlanta $6-50; and from Lake But-
knojw and Iva Colbert of Sparr add added
ed added to 'the pleasure of the evening by
recitations (beautifully rendered.
Mrs. Bridges made an excellent
talk and an earnest plea for more
workers in the great work of the W.
C. T. U.
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. G. D.
Washburn met with the Ladies' Aid
at Sparr and a W. C T. U. was or organized
ganized organized with 'Mrs. J. E. Thomas as
(president; Mrs. J. J. Colbert and
Miss Isabel Berton, vice presidents;
Mrs, A. J. Stephens, secretary, and
Mrs. Levi Grantham, treasurer.
WTe thank .Mrs. Washburn for com coming
ing coming out and we hope to do some work
along this line for the master.
OCEAN VIEW HOTEL
On the Atlantic ocean, seventeen miles from Jacksonville; facing
the finest, smoothest and broadest bathing beach in the world. The
summer climate is cool and comfortable, to the surprise of our patrons
from other states, who have an idea that it is hot because In the south.
Water temperatures are mild, hanging around 80 to 85, so that the
moat delicate person -can derive much benefit from surf bathing.
Rates $2.50 to $3 a dey $12 to $18 a week.. AVeek end rates $1.50.
V. II. ADAMS, Owner and Manager, Pablo Beach, Florida
Took Too Long to Reach It.
"I wouldn't mind my wife's having
the last word," said Mr. Henpeck, "if
she would only hurry up and get to
PHONE 503 :
For Good Wood I
BIG Load for $1. :
Your Order will have
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! J. L. SMOAR :
1 At Smoak's Wagon Shop. J
"A Slumbering Queen of Hearts
the game," Stevens remarked re resignedly.
signedly. resignedly. But the small guest did not
cry when Mrs. Stevens lifted her
from the floor. She opened a pair of
round brown eyes and then yawned.
Next, noticing a new acquaintance in
Stevens, she stretched out her hands
toward him with a gurgling little
"Well, I must say you're a good
sport, Faith," he said, as he took the
little rose-leaf fingers in his own hand.
The next morning after his early
breakfast Stevens tiptoed into the
guest room where Faith, fenced in by
pillows, lay on the large bed.
"She's some sleeper all right," said
he. "She never whimpered, except
once, all night, and then I guess you
didn't hear her."
Mrs. Stevens merely smiled, and
Catarrh is Often
Local Congestions May In Indicate
dicate Indicate Much Internal
ler 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. x
The special train conveying the
excursionists will leave Jacksonville!
at 9 a. m. This train will carry sep-,
arate coaches for white and colored
people and also buffet Pullman cars
for those desiring such accommoda accommodations,
tions, accommodations, and will run on a fast sched schedule,
ule, schedule, 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. ms, and arriv arriv-Valdosta
Valdosta arriv-Valdosta 11:05 p. m., Macon 4:15 a.
m. and Atlanta 7:25 a. m. This
train will be provided with extra
coaches and sleepers for Macon and
Arrangements have been made to
have plenty of refreshments on board
Rt. Rev. Abbott Charles, Pres.
Rev. Father Benedict, Director, .j.
Five Miles West or Dade City ana one Mile East or san Antonio
Sto Leo Gol!
and the usual amount of
may be checked.
XOT SO STRAXGE AFTER ALL
Just because catarrh z-ccts the ncse enl
throat, few poor le realize Low decp-seated
it may be until It creeps into the brcaclilil
tubes and settles dewa into tlie
The war to treat catarrh is to recccuizc
tne fact that it U In tic Lice
And there Is only cne LlocJ purser that
can be safely used. It is S. S. jj. t-e most
powerful, tiie oost searching, tlo most
assimilative blood remedy known today, for
it is net a mineral, but a vegetable remedy.
The medicinal components cf S. S. S. are
relatively just as essential to well-balancod
health as the nutritive properties of the
grains, meats, sugars and fats of foods.
Any local irritating Influence Is the blcod 13
rejected by the tissue ceils and eliminated
by reason of the stimulating influence of
s. s. s.
You will soon realize its wonderful in influence
fluence influence by the absence of headache, a de decided
cided decided clearing of the air passages, a steadily
Improved nasal condition, and a sense of
bodily relief that proves how completely
catarrh often infests the entire system.
You will find S. S. S. on sale at all drug
stores. It is a remarkable remedy for any
and all blood affections, such as eczema.
Ydu may think it strange that so
many people are cured of stomach
'rouble by Chamberlain's Tablets.
You would not, however, if you
should give them a trial. They
strengthen and invigorat the
stomach and enable it to perform its
functions naturally. Mrs. Rosie Rish
of Wabaeh, Ind., writes, "Nothing
did me the least good until I began
usins: Chamberlain's Tablets. It is
decidedly the best medicine for
o luiiidL ii uuuuic i uatG ctci u:cu
For sale by all dealers. Adv.
COX CORD J A LODGE F. Z. OF A.
Concordia L.oage, Fraternal Union
of America, meets lr Yunge's Hall
on the second Thursaay evening of
9ach month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. d
rash, lupus, tetter, psoriasis, boils, and all
she smiled again that evening when othe.r diseased conditions of the blood. For
b & special advice on anv blood disease write
Stevens came home with a folding Medical Dept., The Swift Specific Co., 532
sro-cart and a tlnv eold line. I Swift Bldg., Atlanta. Ga. Carefully ayoi?
x J Li any and all substitutes for o. 8.
The next night he brought a box La nothing "just as good.'
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
HOW TO CURE A SPRAIN
A sprain may be cured in about
one-third of the time required by the
usual treatment by applying Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Liniment and observing
the directions with each bottle. For
sale by all dealers. Adv
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES I
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS jf
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE f
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1914 f
o ttt t ts t a. i?T rvfj TTA K P
If you are thinking of having you house
PAINTED OR PAPERED or any INTERIOR
DECORATING done be sure to see us before
letting your work out. We use nothing but first
class material and have had
OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
We guarantee to give entire satisfaction.
S. J. Clupka & Walter Tagg
P. O. BOX 428 OCALA, FLA.
This bank 1 always open until 8
o'clock in the evening on Saturdays
and Mondays; on other days of the
week it closes at 3Vclock in the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The bank will observe all
legal holidays, ooth state and na national,
tional, national, and will remain closed on
tteo.-ge Giles, President.
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-19-tf
PO-lM.LAX HAXISIIES PIMPLES
Bad Blood, Pimples. Headaches,
RI1loi!mei!, Torpid Liver. Constipa Constipation,
tion, Constipation, etc, come from Indigestion.
Tak !M-Do-Lax, the pleasant and ab absolutely
solutely absolutely mire Laxative, and you won't
suffer from deranged stomach and
other troubles. It will tone up the
Liver and purify the blood. Use it
regularly and you will stay well,
have clear complexion and steady ner nerves.
ves. nerves. Get a 30c. bottle. Money back
If not satisfied. All Druggists. Adv.
Tues, Thurs, and Fri.
STAR wants ads. bring results-
ilOHDAY AUGUST 10
Ocala to Jacksonville
Tickets on sale all regular
trains, 2:30 a. m., 1:12 p. m.
4:20 p. m., August lQth,
Limit returning August 13.
JOHN BOISSEAU, C. P.
G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P
THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914.
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PEN YOUR FAITH TO OCALA
20 Per Cent. Real Estate Investment.
Docs this Look Good to You?
Two small four-room tenement houses, in good
condition, lot large enough for two more houses,
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, S600 for the two.
Titles perfect. If interested see me at once. They will not be
long on the market at this price.
C" lUf HITTO Real Estate and Fire Insurance
r. vv. t-i i v-r,
ANNUAL MOUNTAIN AND SEASIDE EXCURSION
Round Trip Rates from OCALA to
Washington $20.80, Richmond $18.80
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE
Wilmington, N. C. .$12.00
Winston-Salem, X. C, .$11.00
Hot Springs, Va $18.50
Roanoke, Va . $16.25
Mammoth Cave, Ky. ...... .$17.95
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,
LUCKIE'S GMAGE, ocalafla.
Do Y011 Need
An ElectFiciFan ?, ...
A. R. HARPER
Pianos at Factory Prices
The Chase Brothers, Krell,
Adam Schaaf Chase-Hackly,
Carlisle and Royal Pianos
Gainesville, - Florida 1
Chattanooga, Tenn .$13.80
Monteagle, Tenn. $15.07
Tate Station, Tenn ...$15.50
Warm Springs, Ga $ 9.00
To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity is Our Business
Ocala Stcain Laundry
We Make Them Tired
Because none of our competitors
can approach us In the thoroughness
and excellence of our -motor car re
pairing. Our skill comes from actual
practical knowledge gained in the
business, hence our rapid work is al
ways better than you will find done
elsewhere, wliile our charges are
lower than others make. Better
find out our style of doing work.
In Ali Sizes
1ST SHOW VOTERS
Vague Promises Will Not Bring
With Its Present "Standpat" Leader Leader-ship
ship Leader-ship the People Are Not to Be
Blamed for Their Distrust of
r u t, tho vnt.
It strikes the Republic that tne vot-
er would like to know what ground
there is for supposing that the Repub-
lican leopard will change its spots, if
the people decide to return its leaders
to power, as Senator Borah recently
promised. The signs or any sum
turning toward an unwonted virtue
jim u j : I
In congress the leadership of the
party has not changed. James Jiann,
heads the Republican forces in the
house. He is'the same Jim Mann who
has trained with the regular Republic Republican
an Republican machine ever since the Fifty-fifth
congress. He was faithful and true
in the days of Cannonism; he stood
pat when the leadership which Sen Senator
ator Senator Borah savs wrecked the party
was actively engaged in managing it.
In the senate, Root, Lodge, Gallin-
cer. Penrose. Smoot and all that is
left of the old guard continue to head I
the party and the Republicans or
Pennsylvania have nominated Penrose
for another term. Gallinger has an-j
nonnH (hnt win ho a rflndidata
for re-election in New Hampshire,
Joseph Foraker is asking Ohio Re
publicans to send him back to the j
senate after a prolonged vacation, and ;
uncle Joe cannon lias nis nat in iue
- A- f
There is a quartet Penrose, Gal
linger, Foraker and Cannon who evi
dently believe that the Republican
party of the future is the Republican
party of its present leadership and
also the Republican party of the past.
which kept them in office to do the
bidding of protected monopoly.
Is there any reason for accepting
the rosy predictions of the senator
from Idaho against the judgment of
these old foxes of Republican politics?
Is there reason for thinking that
Senator Borah's hope is more sub substantial
stantial substantial than the recorded fact that
Penrose is the Republican candidate
for the senate in Pennsylvania?
If there is any such reason, the pub
lisher accounts of the senator's speech
fail to reveal them'. All of the evi
dence available points to the conclu
sion that the Republican party today
is the same organization it was in
July, 1912, when it stood on its record,
now repudiated by the reorganizers.
The men who are professing an in
tention to reform the Republican party
are the men who wish to see it in
the saddle in Washington, and, making
all due allowance for the sincerity of.
Senator Borah, they are to be judged
by their evident, motives.
Of course, having taken a sound
thrashing, they promise to sin no
more, but before they are believed by
anybody they should bring forth fruits
meet for repentance. Up to date their
overt conduct gives no evidence of a
change of heart. St. Louis Republic.
Wilson His Own Cabinet.
Mr. Wilson has been his own for
eign minister, as he has been his own
cabinet. The Mexican policy is his
policy. He must accept blame for
whatever happens, and to him will be
accorded the credit if he brings about
peace without having forced his own
country into war. He has put his im
press upon the state department, as
he has upon all the other departments
of the government. He controls con
gress. He dominates Wasnlngton. He
is the most masterful figure American
politics has known as determined as
Jackson, but with the persuasion and
tact that were foreign to Jackson's
nature. He has done things. Among
the men to whom the White House
is a background there is no more In
teresting study, none with nature
more perplexing, none whose future
defies prediction. Time will deliver
the verdict. Century Magazine.
Failed to Back Criticism.
If there were any considerable num
ber of Republicans ana Progressives
In the house of representatives who
believed that the administration anti
trust bills would become disturbers of
business and breeders of litigation
these quondam prophets of evil showed
a woeful lack of the courage of their
convictions. The vote was practically
unanimous on two of the measures,
while the opposition to the third was
composed of less than ten per cent of
the total membership of the house.
ine critics or tne measures were
either dishonest in uttering their
Jeremiads or dishonest in their voting
probably, in respect to both.
It Depends on the Glasses.
The president is right. Prosperity
is in plain sight. But she's invisible
through blue specs. New York Eve Evening
ning Evening World.
One Smash Not Due to Tariff.
It may not be untimely to point out
to Republican calamity howlers that
the failure of a big London banking
$5,000,000 or more, .was not due to
the Democratic tariff, but to losses in
railroad stocks in high-tariff Canada.
And it is quite possible that there
will be more such troubles, for the
railroad situation in Canada is decid decidedly
edly decidedly critical. But, of course, G. O. P.
prophets of evil overlook these points.
For them all the woes of the world
are due to the Democrats.
I. .MONTAGUE WILL J
PREACH NEXT SUNDAY
Dr. A. P. :Montague. president of j
Columbia College, Lake City, will (
preach at the Baptist church next j
Sunday, Aug. 0. The services will
be conducted at 11 a. m. and S p. m. i
Dr. Montague was one of the
speakers at the State Teachers' As
J sociation, which met here last De
Icember a year ago and made a pro
'found impression on all who heard
him- He belongs to the old school
of Southern orators, is a pleasing
and informing speaker and a recog-
nized leader in the educational and
religious work of the Florida Bap-
The 1)astor of the Baptist church, I
vho ig a Qn hu annual vacation.
nt lmrc o c UACC1 Ilia T- a 1 A 1 r o mi i-
THE TWENTY YEAR TEST
"Some twenty years ago I used
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di Diarrhoea
arrhoea Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Geo. W.
Brock, publisher of the Enternrise.
I discovered that it
was a quick and safe cure for diar-
'. rhoea. Since then no one can sell
me anything said to be -just as good.'
j During all these years I have used
jit and recommended it many times
and it has never disappointed any-
tvuv. ror baie uy an aeaiers. ia.
SEABOARD AIR LIXE SCHEDULE
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
930 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
n.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
ll:.0 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
in.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.: arrive.
Jacksonville 6:45 a. ni.
No. 4 local leaves. Tampa 9 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? Tampa 1 p.
m.; arrives ocaia 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.
Thii it a prescription prepared eipeciftllj
tor MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER
Five or six doses wil break any case, anc
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will no
return. It acts on the liver better thai
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25
Try a DAILY STAR Want
DON'T STOP THE BOY
i Whon -mi caa v. c-
man) going around with a bunch of
bulletins in his hand, don't stop him.
He wouldn't get around in a day if
he stopped for everybody. Go to the
last bulletin he left. Star bulletins
Board of Trade,
Ocala House pool room,
THE CASE OF L. L. CAXTELOU
The case of L. 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 medicine for my wife
who had been troubled -with severe
bowel complaint for several months,
I bought a 25c 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.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe Is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. '
RHEUMATISM PAINS STOPPED
The first application of Sloan's
Liniment goes right to the painful
part it penetrates without Tubbing,
.. ... rv.i j
it stons the Rheuamtic Pains around
the joints and gives relief and com-
fort. Don't suffer! Get a bottle to
day! It is a family medicine for all
pains, hurts, bruises, cuts, sore
throat, neuralgia and chest pains.
Prevents infection. Mr. Chas H.
Wentworth, California, writes: "It
did wonders for my Rheumatism,
pain Is gone as soon as I apply it. I
recommend it to my friend3 as the
: best Liniment I ever used." Guar Guaranteed.
anteed. Guaranteed. 25c. at your Druggist. lAdv.
iTues Tnurs and Fri.
OCALA PUBLIC LIBRARY
Open daily except Sunday from 3
to 5 p. m. Board of Trade rooms,
Ocala Hou3e blocs.
Louise E. Gamsby, Librarian.
hp "ZittfrAf fi'i I !f.i,AT0R3 WJCTEO FOR
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j EVENTUALLY j
: You'll have Z
Why not now?
of all kinds I
made to order
; See, Phone or Write
I WOODMAR SAND AND
: STONE COMPANY
Phone 331 N Main St
: OCALA, FLA.
Go Worth by Sea
Merchants & Miners Trans Co.
New Steamers., Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
i. -It -V" 4.1 J "TT .tAa
to all Northern and Western points.
F.or reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent. ComU Agt.
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street,
L. ALEX AM EM
Carpenter and Builder
Ctreful Estimates Mr.de on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and betur
ork tor the money than any other
iottractor In the dtr.
THE f)CAL EVENING STAR, Fill DA V, AUGUST 7, 1011
9 0 9 V i
'Ir. Charles Chazal returned this
afternoon ;from Hastings.
I will exchange a new piano for
diamond, 'horse or building lot. Ad Address
dress Address Box 351, Ocala. 8-4-Gt
Mr. Clarence Camp reached home
this afternoon from Asheville, X. C.
Those dinners at Rodoff's CaJe are
the best to be had in the city and the
price i3 right. 6-30-tf
Globe-Wernicke cabinets and safes
at The Murray Company. 8-6-3t
The Homosassa cedar mill, which
3s owned 'by Gerfaians, has ibeen shut
down, throwing" about 100 employes
out of work
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
the rich, smooth, creamy taste. The
Court Pharmacy, Phone 284. 7-24-tf
The baseball game between Ocala
and Summerfield yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon was a spirited one, and result resulted
ed resulted in a victory for Ocala by 6 to 5.
Sous Cois, a new .French perfume
and a good one; $2 per ounce. Sold
only at Gerig's-Drug Stores. 7-25-tf
If you clock doesn't run send It to
Smith, and have it put in order. J.
Charles Smith, jeweler.
Gocycles at 90 cents at The 'Mur 'Murray
ray 'Murray Company. 8-6-3t
Do your adding quickly and cor correctly
rectly correctly on a Triumph Adding Ma
chine at The Murray Co.
A postcard from the Colbert-Phillips-Winer
auto 'party, on 'the
East Coast, says they are located at
Little "River, six aniles north of Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, and 'having the time of their
Investigate the twenty pounds of
sugar (for a dollar proposition at the
Smith Grocery Company. Its a
money saver. 8-7-3t
AH supplies of musical instru instruments
ments instruments at The IMurray Company. 863t
A seven-room cottage, with all
conveniences, well located in desira desirable
ble desirable section of the city, is now for
rent. Apply to CMrs. Jake Brown,
North Tuscawilla street. 8-l-6t
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office, Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
(Messrs. O. B. Howse and W. B.
Gallagher were 'business visitors to
Dunnellon this afternoon, making
the trip in the latter's car.
The genuine Florida syrup sold by
the Smith Grocery Company in pint,
quart and two quart (bottles, made (by
J. C. Pi-Mans, Is the best to "be had.
Try it. S-7-3t
Mr. T. J. Webb, (formerly of' this
county tout now of Wilmarth, Fla.,
ihas been in Ocala for a week on bus business
iness business and visiting 'his brother-in-law,
'Mr. M. F. Dodson. Mr. Webb
arranged to 'have the Star follow him
to his home at Wilmarth.
CHASE & SANBORN'S
Packed in Air Tight
Diamond Sixty, H-lb 15c
Diamond Sixty, -lb 30c
Orange Peko, 34 -lb lc
Orange Peko, Yz -lb 30c
Orioif, Formosa-Ooloong, &-lb. .30c
Basket Fired Japan, &-Ib 3oc
Emperor's Blend, Green and
Black, i-lb 20c
Emperor's Blend, Green and
Black, 2-lb 35c
Seal Brand, Enough Said, -lb. .40c
"Fancy" Formosa-Ooloong, 4-s 25c
"Fancy" Formosa-Ooloong, &-s 50c
"Fancy" Ceylon, India, M-s. . .23c
"Fancy" Ceylon India, -s 50c
"Fancy" English Breakfast U-s 25c
"Fancy" English Breakfast -s 50c
Special Ceylon India, ?2-lb 30c
Special Ceylon India 1-lb 60c
0. K. Teapot Grocery,
PHONES 10 AND 174
Stimulate your August
by a Star advertisement.
NOTICE TO MEMBERS
OF BOARD OF TRADE
AH receiving notice to attend the
meeting at Board of Trade rooms 10
a. m., Aug. 12th, with notation on
bottom Thursday, 12th, take notice
should have read Wednesday, Aug.
12th. J. D. Jtooney, Secretary.
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.. 7 4 48 .03
April average. .81 60 .09
May average... 83 61 .05
June average... 90 70 .19
July Average.. 88 74 .15
August 1 . ... 86 68
August 2. 80 78
August 3. 81 71 .02
August 4 76 71
August 5 ,. .86 71 1 .22
August 6 72 72 .51
. Unsettled tonight and Saturday,
probably local thunder showers.
A Royal typewriter will make
writing a pleasure. Get one at The
Murray Company. S-6-Ct
Mr. Robert E. Pitt arrived here
yesterday afternoon for a few 'days'
visit with his sister, Mrs. A. F. Joy Joy-ner.
ner. Joy-ner. Mr. Pitt, who is -with ithe Coast
Line at Wilmington, N. C, says that
the fertilizer plans of Armour & Co.
and the Virginia-Carolina Fertilizer
Co., at Wilmington -are expected to
close down soon because of the stop stopping
ping stopping of shipments from Germany.
T.wo steamers are there unloading,
but these will probably 'be the last
for some time. While 'here Mr. Pitt
will visit the famous Silver (Springs,
and other places of interest, of which
he "has heard much since Mr. and
iMrs. Joyner moved here.
Dr. D. tM. Boney, eyesight special specialist;
ist; specialist; office and laboratory 2-6 Gary
building. A specialty of correcting
vision where others fail. 7-25-tf.
A gentleman in this city has just
received a dispatch, which, after
much 'delay ;has came thru from Ger Germany.
many. Germany. It says that tit is the intention
Of the socialists to take advantage
of the war to assassinate every mon monarch
arch monarch in 'Europe. If such "be the in intention
tention intention of the socialists, or even a
num'ber' of them, there is no Teason
for surprise at the report that 100
were shot in Berlin this morning. It
isn't mercy, but it is war.
Have your diamonds reset by
Smith and be assured of the- very
best workmanship. I carry a stock
of blank mountings. J. Charles
Smith, jeweler. 8-6-3t
'Western steak with potatoes for
5 cents at Charlie 'Rodoff's. 8-6-tf
The Star has information from a
very good source that the Seaiboard
Air Line Railway is in favor of an
union passenger station in Ocala, and
will willingly do its part toward
erecting one. Its the Star's opinion
that Ocala can have an union depot
at any time its people agree on a
site. This is one of the matters that
will tbe up for discussion at the next
meeting of the Board of Trade, Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, August 12 th.
OCALA LODGE NO. 28, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge Xo. 286, 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 house
opposite postoffiee, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. Wr. Harley, Secretary. Ad.
There Can be Xo Doubt About the
Results in Ocala
Results tell the tale.
' All "doubt is removed.
The testimony of an Ocala citizen
can be easily investigated.
What better proof can he had?
J. A. Chandler, iproprietor of the
New Grocery Co., 34 W. Broadway,
Ocala, says: "Knowing what great
benefit Doan's Kidney Pills have
been to one of my family, I take
pleasure in recommending them to
sufferers from kidney complaint. The
one I refer to had Ibeen 'having con considerable
siderable considerable trouble with his back and
kidneys. At one time he was oblig obliged
ed obliged to give up his work for several
days on account of lameness across
his back. As soon as Doan's Kidney
Pills was taken these troubles were
relieved and iby continuing their use,
he was cured."
j Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. Chandler had. Foster Foster-Milburn
Milburn Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, X. Y.
Xew York, Aug. 7. Turpentine,
46 to 47; rosin unchanged.
Chicago, August 7. Grains were
quiet today and half a cent lower.
Provisions are trending upward.
BREAD AXD 3 1 EAT IX GREAT
Chicago, Aug. 7. Provisions are
30 cents higher today. European
buyers are in the market and all
commodities are rising rapidly.
Xew York, Aug. 7. Provisions
are rising rapidly.
DREW FIRST BLOOD
Sunk German Ship Wliich Was Lay Laying
ing Laying Mines Xear the English
London, August 7. The British
torpedo boat destroyer Lance figur figured
ed figured in the first naval engagement in
the present war, sinking the Hamburg-American
Line steamer Koen-
igin Luise, which had been fitted out
as a mine layer.
The Lance fired only four sliots.
The first destroyed the bridge of the
steamer, a ihird and fourth tore
away the stern and the Koenigin
Luise sank in six minutes. The Lance
rescued twenty-eight of the German
crew. Several were wounded. Two
of them each lost an arm and four
others each had a leg shot away.
None of the Lance's crew was injur injured.
ed. injured. The Koenigin Luise was caught
laying mines some sixty miles 'from
BELGIUM! IS BOILIXG
Entire Little Xation Up in Arms
Against German Invasion
Brussels, August 7. It is report reported
ed reported here the German colony at Ant Antwerp
werp Antwerp is being expelled. However, as
the colony comprises 25,000 persons
the report is not taken very serious seriously.
ly. seriously. Two disguised German officers ar arrested
rested arrested at Ostend had in their pos possession
session possession extensive military notes and
plans of great value. They are to he
The anti-German feeling through throughout
out throughout Belgium has become intense.
Many German residents were arrest arrested
ed arrested today and charged with espion espionage.
age. espionage. Every German found is taken
to the police who have considerable
trouhle in protecting the "prisoners
The patriotic enthusiasm is extra extraordinary.
ordinary. extraordinary. Nearly all the citizens
wear 'badges with the colors of Bel Belgium,
gium, Belgium, France and 'England combin combined.
ed. combined. Thousands of women of all classes
have 'been enrolled as Red Cross
nurses and are awaiting arrival of
the wounded from the 'battlefields
around Liege. King Albert has hand handed
ed handed over his palace to the Red Cross
society and the queen will act as a
nurse. Many hotels also have 'been
transferred into Red Cross stations.
Citizens have given up their car carriages
riages carriages and motor cars for transpor transportation
tation transportation of the wounded.
SUNDAY SCHOOL AXD
B. Y. P. U. COXVEXTIOX
The 34th annual session of the
Sunday School and B. Y. P. U. state
convention of Florida is now in ses session
sion session with the tMount Moriah Baptist
church, of which Rev. A. L. James is
pastor. Quite a large delegation
from different parts of the state is
in attendance, among whom are Rev.
J. B. Green,. D. D., Rev. H. HoJman,
W. C. Brown, F. D. James, L. W.
Crivillear, Rev. X. W. Robinson,
president Rev. H. K. Hill of Orlando,
Mrs. Jamie Marris of Miami, Mrs. H.
Brown of Palatka, -Mrs. .Mamie Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, Rev. A. W. Stucker, Rev. C.
Brewer of Sanford and many others
too numerous to mention.
The citizens of the city are mak making
ing making special arrangements to enter entertain
tain entertain the convention.
'Rev. H. K. Hill, president, called
the convention to order.
Scripture reading by 'Rev. X. W.
Invocation by Rev. W. C. Brown.
Xext was the enrollment of mes-
The welcome address was deliver delivered
ed delivered by Pastor A. L. James, which
was a noble one.
Response in behalf of ithe associa association
tion association by Rev. .M. Stewart, moderator.
The subject: The Sunday School
Teacher's Motive to Earnest Work,
! board by Mrs. Viola T. Hill of Or Orlando.
lando. Orlando. L. W. Crivillear.
You may not realize it, but a good bank is indispensable to;you as a busi business
ness business man and citizen. . V-
Directly or indirectly, the bank affects every individual in; the community
The more directly it affects you the more benefit you will derive.
Come m and learn
The Ocala National 'Bank.
Resources Over Half A .Million
ACTIVE U. S. DEPOSITARY.
Yes, It Is pretty, and the car looks like the picture, only pre! tier
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': 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
WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO.
STORES WILIj CLOSE THURSDAY
The undersigned merchants here hereby
by hereby agree to close their respective
places of business on Thursdays at
1 p. m., beginning june 4th, and
continuing to and including Septem September
ber September 10th, and also agree to close
their places of business not later
than 6:30 p. m. on other days ex excepting
cepting excepting Saturdays.
H. B. Masters Company.
Rheinauer & Company.
E. T. Htlvenston.
Marion Hardware Co.
E. G. Rivers.
O. K. Teapot Grocery.
Counts Grocery Co.
H. A. Waterman.
L. W. Harley.
Mclver & MacKay.
J. L. Smith Grocery Co.
Hayes & Guynn.
The Murray Company.
M. A. Bostlck.
A. M. L.3Ufr.-rd.
J. R. White & Co.
OPEN DAY A .VP 51UUT
Me'rchar.t3 Cafe, A. C. L. depot;
corner. -Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Ad7.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 23, O. E.
meets at Yonge's han tne second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss FlorrJe Condon, Sec'y.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary.
Hoer mean your life la meet It
tnd live ii; do net shun it and call It
laid names. Thcreau.
how we are able and willing
THE LITTLE SAXON
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 cara thousand
pounds. There is no wood about the
car, all steel of the 'best make. Fol-
lowing are some of the many good
points of the little Saxon.
The car has a big roomy, finely up
holstered, easy riding seat, sufficient
for two large persons and a child,
We Are Now loastli
A Genuine Java and Moca
In 1 lb. Packages Always Fresh Roasted
4Sc IP o I IPoiuiiniril
By the way, come and see those little solid alcohol stoves, 75 cents.
Wile Star Mm
Transfer & tp C.
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling
PHONE 296 r
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
COLLIER BROS., ; Proprietors.
Read Our UNCLASSIFIED AOS lor yonr wants
to help you in financial
. i .. ... Jt i. ... 1 1 r ,i i in
J i. i
and lots of leg room to stretch out
j In.v Oneof the cars just came
I through f rom Tampa to Ocala, others
haVe gne' ln endurance tests from
.ew i.ofK,ia..&an t rancisco. uon i
you. think they will go any where
you 'want to go?
uninterested, "call on, write or
phone-. tire -agents for MARION and
CITRUS CQtTXTIES and they will
show you l5e! car and what it will
OCALA, FLA. j
; We Sell
i. 'or Ceiling in
Quality" or Price