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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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VOL. 21.

OCALA. FLORIDA, MON DAY, AUGUST 10, 1914

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CESSFULLY WORKED OUT

SMUG GREAT HOSTS AGROSS THE FRONTIERS OF

FRANCE. BELGIUM, SEPIA AfiO RUSSIA

jlJerlin, August 10. The war of-

p announced today that the Ger-

n armies have beeu uniformly 4

l-cessful in the opening operations

dnst France and Russia.
The announcement says: "All of
; preliminary aims of the general
ff have been successful; the Rus Rus-n
n Rus-n advance posts have 'been thrown
k, and the imperial army is now

jtdy to advance."

LAIM THAT LIEGE HAS BEEN

CAPTURE J)
"Though the Germans were delay delay-at
at delay-at Liege, they won a glorious vic-

y, capturing thousands of prison-

k with 'but slight loss to them-

ves."

KPECTING A GREAT RATTLE IX

ALSACE

fLondon, August 11. Germany is
fissing a great army above Basel,

itzerland, to strike with all its'

st force against the French armies

w advancing victoriously through

sace. The French are now 70

les 'beyond the frontier. It is re re-rted
rted re-rted the campaign -against Liege

11 .be suspended until this great

ttle, -which is expected any hour,
decided.

AUSTRIAN'S ARE COMING UP

Thirty thousand Austrians arriv arriv-:
: arriv-: at Basel, Switzerland, today, to
inforce the German army.
VVARIANS NOT ANXIOUS FOR
BATTLE
Many Bavarians are deserting from
e German army, refusing to fight

lainst the -English.

IOBILIZING ANOTHER MILLION

Tt is rpnorted that Germariv. is

r5illzing another imillion men for

a invasion of France.

captured the Russian steamship Ria Ria-zan
zan Ria-zan today, with many British pas passengers
sengers passengers on board.

OIENSE CAVALRY FORCE AD-
VANCE
Brussels, 'Aug. 10. Forty-six
ousand Germans, largely cavalry,

hich had been concentrated a:

sch, Luxemburg, invaded Frare
day.

USTRIAN AM) GERMAN SHIPS

ACTIVE
London, Aug. 10. Austrian cruis-

Vs bombarded Antivari, ihe only
taport of Montenegro, today. The
haratime station, government ware-

ouses and many other buildings
ere wrecked.
TOOK A RUSSIAN PRIZE
German warships off Tsing Tao

BANS HELD UP

FIVE THOUSAND SAFE IN SWITZ SWITZERLAND
ERLAND SWITZERLAND RUT PAYING
FANCY PRICES
Geneva, Aug. 9. 'American and
British consular offices estimate that
about 5000 Americans and some 10, 10,-000
000 10,-000 English are held up in 'Switzer 'Switzerland
land 'Switzerland owing to the outbreak of war.
The Swiss government for the pisf
few days has prevented autos from
leaving the country as it intends to
use them if necessary for military
purposes. A number of American
cars are among those held.
The Swiss (banks have begun to
discount American checks but are
charging 20 per cent. The American
banking agencies here also have be begun
gun begun again to take traveler's checks.

ARMIES MEET

EAR ESCH

FRENCH AND GERMAN FIGHTING
ON THE BORDER OF
LUXEMBURG
Paris, Aug. 10. It is reported
that a big battle 'between Germans
and French is now raging on the
French frontier east of Esch. This
indicates that the big German caval cavalry
ry cavalry force reported -moving south thio
morning immediately met with resistance.

SHIPLOAD OF AMERICANS
LEFT SOUTHAMPTON

Southampton, Aug. 10. The
steamer Virginia sailed today for
New York with a large crowd of
American tourists on board.

GERMANS ROUNDED UP
A BUNCH OF JAPS

Shanghii, Aug. 10. Germans at
Tsing Tsao ship have caught tares
Japs who w-3re sketching the fortifi fortifications.
cations. fortifications. OTHER TELEGRAPH NEWS ON
PAGE EIGHT.

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Photo by American Press Association.
Heir to Austrian Throne Leads Nation's Arra
Crown Prince Charles Francis Joseph, next in line to the Austrian thron
after the assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand, which was the inim
diate cause of differences between Austria and Servia, will succeed his jnvnr
uncle, Emperor Francis Joseph, on the throne. He will lead a large part of ti;
Austrian army in the crisis.

SUMMARY F TODAY'S

DISPATCHES

FIRST BULLETIN, AUG 10, 11:30 A. M.
Germans claim capture of Liege with thousands of prisoners; also
that German armies have been uniformly successful in operations against
French and Russians.
British cruiser captured German liner Kronprinz Wilhelni.
Germany and Austria massing armies near Basle to meet French.
A great battle is expected.
Austrians have bombarded Antivari, only seaport of Montenegro.
Casino at Monte Carlo closed by the. French- Director Kotz shot for
a German spy.
Many socialists desert' German army, trying to escape to France.
Russian army entered Austria along the Styr river valley, defeating
an Austrian army.
Many portions of Bosnia have revolted against Austria.
SECOND BULLETIN, AUGUST 10, 2:30 P. M.
Germans have captured Liege city, but Belgians hold the forts.
Big fight between Germans and French on. Luxemburg frontier.
All provisions going up.
Carbajal is about to leave Mexico Ciiy. People terror-stricken.
Montenegrin gunboat bombarded Cattaro.
Canadian Railway bridge b'own up by a German spy.
French have captured passe in Vosges with heavy loss.
' English fleet is in full control of the British channel.

I TERROR STRICKEN

Carbajal is Hiking to the Tall Tim Timber
ber Timber and Leaving Velasco to
Meet Carranza
'Mexico City, Aug. 10. The capi capital
tal capital is terror stricken today at the -an-nouncement
that Provisional Presi President
dent President Carbajal will leave, turning the
government over to Minister of War
Velasco, who is preparing to resist
the constitutionalists.

SHOT FOR A GERMAN SPY

French Have Taken Stern Measures
at 3Ionaco
Paris, Aug. 10. The Casino at
Monte Carlo has been closed and
Vice Director Kotz was shot as a
German spy.

BIG TROUBLE III

BOSNIA

Slavonians in Annexed Provinces Re Revolt
volt Revolt Against their Austrian
Oppressors
Rome, Aug. 10. Reports today
confirm the revolt of Bosnia against
Austria. Attempts have been made
to assassinate Austrian officials Ja
several towns.

KEEPING ITS OWN COUNSEL

British Admiralty. Not Revealing1 the
Whereabouts of Its Boats
London, Aug. 10 The movements
of the British fleet is still a mystery
to the public. No news has been
given out since Thursday.
OTHER TELEGRAPH NEWS ON
PAGE EIGHT.

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Liege, Aug. 10. The city of Liege
proper is in possession of the Ger Germans,
mans, Germans, and fighting has ceased. The
forts are still held by the Belgians.
ADVANCING 0S THE ALLIES
London, Aug. 10. Military men
here believe the discrepancy between
Belgian and German reports on the
situation at Liege accounted for by
the retreat of the Belgian troops,
which have held routes between the
forts and that of the town of Llee.
has been taken -by the Germans, nho
continue to advance on a line be between
tween between Huy and Louvain, leaving
part of their army to besiege the
Liege forts.
The object of the German advance
is believed to be Xamur, on their
left flank, and Louvain on their
right. If this opinion is correct;
military men believe the great 'bat 'battle
tle 'battle is imminent between the German
and Belgian armies, the latter prob probably
ably probably being reinforced by British and
French allies.
BELGIANS ARE LEAVING THE
FORTS
Amsterdam, Aug. 10. Liege has
fallen into the hands of the Ger Germans.
mans. Germans. The Belgians are leaving the
forts, which stood as outposts to. the
defense.

LET CHINA

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AMERICA REQUESTS POWERS TO
RESPECT THE CELESTIAL
REPUBLIC'S ENTITY
Washington, August 10. Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Bryan has addressed a circular
note to all nations designed to in insure
sure insure respect for the neutrality of
China. The secretary requests that
there 'be no occupation of Chinese
territory or invasion of her admin administrative
istrative administrative entity.
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CZAR'S LEGIONS ADVANCE
ON THEIR SIDE

St: Petersburg Claims a Russian Vic Victory
tory Victory in the Valley of
the -Styr
St. Petersburg, Aug. 10. It is of officially
ficially officially announced that the Russians
entered Austria through the Styr
valley, defeating a large Austrian
army.

KRONPRINZ WILHELM
REPORTED CAITURED

KAISER IS CRAZY

IF HE AT THIS TIME ADDS ITALY

to Tin: LIST OF HIS
ENEMIES
Rome, Aug. 9. Germany and Aus Austria
tria Austria threaten Italy with the declara declaration
tion declaration that if the latter persists in its
stand of neutrality they "will consider
themselves free to declare war and
Austria will invade Venetla and Lom Lom-bardy.
bardy. Lom-bardy. King Victor Emmanual has de declared
clared declared that he Is not compelled by
the triple alliance to go to war in
Germany's behalf, inasmuch as Ger Germany
many Germany was the aggressor, and that
Italy 'Will maintain the strictest
neutrality. The people here are ex excited
cited excited and there is much anti anti-German
German anti-German feeling as a result of the

position taken 'by Germany and Aus-!

tria.

German Steamer Which Shipped Out
of New' York Last Week
New York, Aug. 10. The Journal
says the wireless operator of a tank
steamer reports that he Intercepttxl
a message at sea saying that the
British cruiser Essex had captured
the North German Lloyd liner Kron Kronprinz
prinz Kronprinz Wilhem, taking 'her to Ber Bermuda.
muda. Bermuda. The Kronprinz Wilhelm, laden
with coal, slipped out of New York
one night -last week.

GREAT BATTLESHIP

IS ON GUARD

CAPTURING' GERMANY'S
AFRICAN COLONIES
London, Aug. 10 The British are
planning to strip Germany of her
colonies. With that end in view
they have seized Togoland, an Im Immensely
mensely Immensely rich gold country, in Africa

Maine is, at Gibraltar Our Big
Thunderboats Remain at Home
Washington, D. C, Aug. 10. The
United States battleship Maine was
today ordered to remain at Gibraltar
to protect United States interests.
Shown a dispatch from Tokio,
stating American' fleet would vi3it
Asia, Secretary Daniels said: "The
United States. navy Is not preparing"
to go anywhere. Wfe will keep the
ships near home for some time to
come."

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THE OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1914.
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OCALA HOUSE NOW 0P1

WliNG to the great demand lor rooms, we

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
comfortable,
We are spending $15,000.00 on and in the Ocala
rfouse, and no hotel in the state will be better
equipped to care for the traveling public, and at
moderate prices.

LOUIS N. Long, Manager

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
"bittixgki; & caiiroll, proprietors
&. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

SUBSCRIPTIOX rates

(Domestic)
Une year, In advance $5.00
JJx months, in advance.... 2.5"
Vhree months, in advance.. 1.23
One month, jn advance.... .50

(Foreign)
One year, in advance. .
Six months, in advance..,
Three months, in advance
Odb monh, in advance..

$8.00
4.25
2.25
.SO

the necessaries that have to be pur purchased
chased purchased by every family have increas increased
ed increased already here in Tampa 20 per
cent, is scarcely encouraging to an
optimistic outlook. Tampa Times.
If dealers are raisin? prices, they
are not doin so out of necessity, but
because they can use the war as a
pretext to gouge their customers.
There has been no excessive demand
from Europe for American products
on the contrary, over half the Eu European
ropean European market is temporarily cut off.
On the other hand, there has been
no slackening to the supplies in this
country. War resembles charity in

at least one particular it is used to
cover a multitude of sins.

WAR A XI) WEAPOXS OF WAR

The Star does not concur in the
opinion expressed by many of our
leading public men that the great
armaments of (Europe have brought
on the war. The nations of Europe
"have never 'been so well 'prepared,
for war as they have been for the
forty and more years succeeding the
Franco-Prussian war of IS 70, yef
they have not had so lengthy a peace.
In all that time, there has not been a
j?reat war in Europe, for the Russo Russo-Turkish
Turkish Russo-Turkish war was more of an Asiatic
than an European contest. The
causes of war he deeper than the do do-slre
slre do-slre of nations to try their arma armaments
ments armaments on each other.
The Napoleonic wars exhausted
Europe, and were followed by thirty thirty-three
three thirty-three years of comparative peace.
Then, new generation having grown
up the nations 'began to snarl at
each other. The revolutionary out outbreaks
breaks outbreaks in almost every country in
Europe worked off some of the sur surplus
plus surplus steam; beside which, Austria,
Hungary, Russia and Italy were all
embroiled for the better part of two
years. Not counting the comparative
skirmishing 'between 'Denmark and
"Bleswig-Holstein, the differences of
the nations resulted in 1853 in the

Crimian war, in which Great Britain,
France and Sardinia very foolishly
;sided 'with Turkey against Russia,
.giving the destiny of that great na na-l5cm
l5cm na-l5cm another of those irritating
checks for which the -world of today
Is paying the bill. The smoke of
this great contest had not much
more than settled than France and
Austria locked horns over Italy in
1859. In 1864, Prussia invaded
Denmark, and in 1866 Prussia and
?Italy engaged Austria in a short but
t
sanguinary struggle. In all these
-years there were many wars in which
'Europe was concerned if not actual actually
ly actually engaged. There 'was the Indian
-mutiny in 57 and 58; 'there was the
jprjaat American war between the
-states in which hundreds of thou thousands
sands thousands of Europeans took part, Great
Ilrltain, JFran-oe and Russia 'had a
-.succession of smaller contests in
nearly every part -of the globe. In

fact, when -peace -was concluded at

Versailles between France and Ger

many in 1871, there had been 23

years in which every gTeat nation of

Europe had been involved in war

Previous to 1848, there had .been
thirty-three years, the longest and

most complete season of peace Eu

rope -had known iprior to that time.

In that third fof a century, no two

lig nations had come to blows. This

ihirty-three years had been preceded

by a, quarter of a century of almost

constant fighting, beginning with the

French revolution and ending with
"Waterloo, In 'Which, every nation
not only of Europe but the world had

"been engaged in -wars of great length

and fierceness. f

Previous to the wars resulting
from the French revolution, Europe

bad enjoyed twenty-seven years of

comparative ipeace. In this time oc oc-crared
crared oc-crared the American revolution, which
caused a conflict between Great
Britain on one side, France, Spain
and 'Holland on the other, but the
land fighting was "almost entirely in
.America, and none of the European
poTrers felt it severely. There was
the first partition of Poland and
other troubles, but they were com comparatively
paratively comparatively "local."
Twenty odd years ending in 1763
arere taken up with another set of
jvars in which all Europe was engag engaged.
ed. engaged. .And preceding this was another

breathing spell that followed the
arar of the Spanish succession, in
-a-hich nearly all Europe was engag engaged.
ed. engaged. Before the war of the Spanish
succession was a few years following
the general conflict that followed
tlae second English revolution, and
before that was another long spell
folio-wing the utter exhaustion of
trie Thirty Years' War, a spell how however
ever however that was so much broken m;o
2y the first English revolution, the
attacks of France on her neighbors
una the great conflict of all EuroD3
against the Turks, to be anything
BTfce the peace that has reigned in
Europe for the last 43 years.
All history goes to prove that as
the world grows older, it grows more

peaceful. A thousand years ago,
the nations of the earth were fight fighting
ing fighting almost all the time. Beginning
perhaps with the close of the Thirty
Years' War in 1G4S, the nations be began
gan began to take breathing spells, and
the breathing spells have steadily
grown longer andwider. It is prob probable
able probable that after this war there will be
a longer breathing spell than ever
!before, and in that time the nations
may attain the degree of wisdom
necessary to enable them to make

an agreement for universal peace. If
they make this agreement, they will
disarm. But disarmament will not
keep them 'peaceful. If the war
fever heats their veins with fighting
blood to a greater degree than rea reason
son reason can control, they will fight, if
they have to turn the implements of
peace into weapons.
Its the Star's opinion that im improved
proved improved weapons preserve the peace
rather than break it. In every com community
munity community there are big bullies who
would manhandle weaker men if
they were not a'fraid of being stopped
by a bullet, and there have been a
dozen times in the last twenty years
when one European nation would
have invaded another if it hadn't
been for the other's preparedness
against invasion. Individuals main maintain
tain maintain peace among themselves by
laws passed by men who are cool-

headed and ipeaceful at the time thev

frame the laws. These same indi

viduals often see times when they

would break the laws they helped to
pass if they could do so safely. The
time comes to some strong men

when they are so wronged or so ar-

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and make her one of the most -powerful
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enough to convince any public-spirited
citizen of Florida that it should
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that would be worthy of the state."

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rogant that they break the law

either because they are too angry to

care tor consequences or oecause

they can do so with impunity. Such

a time lias come to Germany and

Austria. Their own people say they

fight (because they have a righteous

cause ana must ngnt now or De

crushed later. Their enemies say

they are arrogant in their strength

and believe they can whip all their

enemies and mviae up tneir -territor

ies. The result of the war will not

prove wnicn side is rignt. it win

only prove which is the tron;

In a Pensacola courtroom one day

last week, J. Leroy -Brown, a well-

known young man or the city, was

shot and fatally wounded by (Mrs.

Florence QIcGowan. Brown seduced
the fifteen-yaer-old daughter and on only
ly only child of 'Mrs. iMcGowan, who is a
widow. It is to (be hoped that the
fathers and mothers, and young men
who have sisters, of Pensacola, will
aid in the defense of .Mrs. IMcGowan.

If the dispatch announcing that
Germany and Austria have sent an
ultimatum to Italy, demanding that,
that power go into the war, either
with them or against them, it would
seem that the rulers of the two first first-named
named first-named nations must be crazy, to take
the risk of adding so heavily to their
already huge list of opponents.

Yet, such an ultimatum may be
the result of cold-blooded calcula calculation.
tion. calculation. Since Germany and Austria are in
this war, there are certain issues
that they must fight out now. If
they do not carry them to a success successful
ful successful issue, they might as well be de defeated.
feated. defeated. These issues are, to crush France,
to weaken Great Britain, to drive
Russia back toward Asia and to ob obtain
tain obtain more seacoast.
It is doubtless the plan of the Ger Germans'
mans' Germans' to annex Belgium, Holland and
enough of Northern France to cut
that nation down to a second-rate

power, mis would give uermany a

stretch of seacoast from Denmark to

the English Channel, and some of
the finest harbors in Europe. With

such a coast, Germany would soon oe

superior to Great liritam as a mari

time) power.

By annexing Russian Poland and

perhaps some of Russia's Baltic prov-

inves (many of the people of whicn

are Germans; to uermany, ana tne

provinces west or tne tsug river to

Austria, Russia would he driven far

back eastward, and Austria would

obtain frontage on the Black Sea,

which would soon be added to by the

conquest of Roumania.

At the same time, the annexation

of northern Servia and Montenegro s

only harbor of consequence on the

Adriatic, would have greatly added

to the immediate shipping facilities

of Austria.

Italy was to have been paid for

her support In the war -by the restor

ation of Nice and Savoy, taken by

France in return for suppdrt against

Austria, in 1859; also Corsica and

Tunis in Africa.

Italy having backed out and partly
spoiled the program, it Is the pur purpose
pose purpose of Germany and Austria to
either 'bully her -back into line, or
punish her for her defection 'by tak taking
ing taking away the rich provinces of Lom-

bardy and Venice, which would give

Austria a much better coast line on

the northern and western coast of
the Adriatic than can be obtained on

the eastern. Very likely Austria

plans to take all northern Italy, thus

seacoast on the Mediter-

T1IE AIXIES

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There is joy among the vampires
That are scattered thru the land
From the shores that fringe the
Baltic,

To the Great Sea's sunny strand;

For they've heard the gladsome tid

ings,

Shouted through the gloom afar,

That the Christian kings of Europe

Have proclaimed themselves at
war.

'- Is Your Icemaiu AMgM 1

There is rapture in the legions

Of disease and pestilence,

From the yawnins: wilds of Russia

To the last French coast defense;

For the vaunted Christian nations

Have resorted to the sword,

And are marching forth to battle

In the name of God. the Lord.'

There is .bliss among the vultures.

And the maggots and the flies.
From the fields along the Danube
To the soil the Teutons prize;

For they know that while the carnage
Lasts, and the devils rule the day,
Death will give into their keeping
Whom the Christian soldiers slay.
Ralph tMelaven Thompson.

We mean are you getting the service we wish to give you and whlci

you ought to nave; we oeiieve yuu are. .uust ui our uusiouiers ar
satisfied, and we are proud of the fact. But if there is anything wronr

-:n our relations we want to know it NOW. so we can do our part ir

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Metropolis made a
its Sunday morning

was hllea with war

news and other interesting reading

ftlcClellan knows what the people

want to read.

The Florida
great hit with
edition, which

obtaining

ranean.

Can this program

It seems like the wildest

dreams. Yet it might be done.

next few months will show.

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The

FRANK CLARK WANTS

FLORIDA TO EXHIBIT
AT SAX FRAXCISCO

The Tampa Times is printing a

fine war' extra every Sunday after

noon. It suits Ocala people first-rate,

reaching them just in time for break-

fast.

If the Germans are making their

attacks in close formation, they in indeed
deed indeed have not learned as much as

they should have since IS 70. But

let us be sure they advanced in close

order before we pass judgement.

It was the entirely reliable Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press that sent out the story
of the sinking of the four British
dreadnaughts in their own harbors

by German torpedo boats Saturday.

The European governments are
ahead of ours in one thing They have
taken measures to prevent dealers
from charging the people exhorbi exhorbi-tant
tant exhorbi-tant prices for supplies. Our gov government
ernment government would not only allow the
prices to be paid by the people, but
it would pay them itself.

Frank Clark, congressman from
the second district, and one of Flori Florida's
da's Florida's best known men in public life,
says the Times-Union, has written a
letter to -the Florida state commission
for the Panama-Pacific internation international
al international exposition at San Francisco in
1915, in which he comes out strong
for a Florida exhibit. Mr. Clark
points out the fact that the advertis

ing to be thus gained will do the state

more good than anything else dur-

m

the coming

Excitement about the war in Eu Europe
rope Europe must not cause our farmers to
forget about the (Marion County Fair.

A reasonable man might think the
dogs of war have hydrophobia.

The fact announced by a promi prominent
nent prominent retail grocer that the prices of

year.

He suggests many reasons for
Florida's taking part in the great
fair among which are the necessity
of getting more settlers for the state
and the showing to the people of the
world what she has to offer these
homeseekers.
-Mr. Clark's letter is as follows:
"In reply (to a letter asking for
his views) I desire to say that I am
in favor of Florida's having an ex exhibit
hibit exhibit at the exposition because, in
my judgement, it will be one of the
greatest international expositions ev ever
er ever held in any country. It is to cel celebrate
ebrate celebrate the connecting of two oceans
and thereby, connecting closely two
worlds. There will be at San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco representatives from every civil civilized
ized civilized nation on earth, and it will be,

in my judgement, tne nnest oppor

tunity Florida has ever had or ever

will have to place her many resources

Open Order Tactics Xot in Favor in
the German Annjr
Miami .Metropolis: More potent
than any other factor in the speedy
humbling of Germany on land will
be the use by the armies of that
country of the mass formation, ac according
cording according to A. A. Boggs, who has
been "keeping in touch -with develop developments
ments developments of military tactics. (Mr. Boggs
spent years In Germany in studying

was Jformerly private secretary Kt
the American ambassador to St.
Petersburg, and has been abroad
since.
"While not surprised to learn that

in the seige of Liege the Germans
used the mass formation, I was In Intensely
tensely Intensely interested to find that this
was the case," said Mr. Boggs. "I
was informed by an American officer
a few years ago that Germany had
tried out the open formation and was

not able to make a success of the

new organization oecause the Ger German
man German soldiers depend too much upon
their officers."'
iMr. Boggs explained that after the
Boer war, in which the Boers demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated so clearly the advantages of
the open formation in attacking mod modern
ern modern artillery, most of the nations of
the world have adopted this plan of
organization. In using mass forma formation,
tion, formation, a shell may kill several times
as many men than in open forma formation,
tion, formation, and .Mr. Boggs 'believes that
fact accounts largely for the awful
slaughter' at Liege.
"In German industrial life as well
as in military life organization is the
keynote," said Mr. Boggs. "Every
man is trained to receive hi3 orders
from the man next higher up, and
to do nothing upon his own initia initiative.
tive. initiative. He is simply a cog in the vast
machine. As a result of this princi principle
ple principle and this system, the Germans do
not fight as well when scattered apart
as in open formation, lie misses the
guiding hand and the directing voice

of his superior officer. He does not

make a good individual fighting
unit. In open formation every man

must have Initiative and be able to
fight Independently of all others. In
this formation the character of the
Boer soldiers enabled them to fight
most successfully. Most of them
were farmers, accustomed to carry carrying
ing carrying on their own operations upon
their own Initiative and independent independently
ly independently of all others."
The difference between shelling an
advancing force which is in open
formation and that of shelling an
army under mass formation, was il illustrated
lustrated illustrated by Mr. Boggs as analagous
to firing upon a flock of partridges
huddled together cn the ground, and
singling them out as they fly thru
the air.

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Li t.; n,Ai KVE.MNG STAR. MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1014.

THREE

STOBY OF THE SEICE

wrt in Detail of the Fiit TIiim

ays of Desperate l ihlm
Around Liege

jan:l flowed arounJ he for:. It made i
I fcr the city, but a Belgian re-ervc j
! brizaJe .R-livere.l a nror.i;t counter
'attack an 1 threw the German.-; back
! in great disorder. Their losses were

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I IF THE WAR IN EUROPE

Brussels, 'Aug. 8. German coi coins
ns coins crossed the Belgian frontier
1 came In contact with the Bel Belli
li Belli advance posts on the afternoon
August 4. The following day the
ack was general along the whole

e.

The first attack of the northeastern
rman column was made on fort
iron, the intervening space be be-een
een be-een Forts Fleron and Evegnee and
3 interval between Forts Fleron

d Chaud Fontaine.
The attack was without dash. The
icis had been sown with obstacles

fd the artillery fire from 'the Bel-

m forts was heavy and well plac-

The Belgian attack from the inter inter-Is
Is inter-Is between the forts was energet energet-The
The energet-The German offensive movement
on was checked and the engage

ment then became an artillery duel,'

e Belgian guns having a deadly

Ifect on the German forces.

(A German column attacking Fort

irchon spread o .t into a fan-shap-

fonmation to the extreme right

fire j

LONDON, AUG. 9. I'jcik !j Iiave won a great victory in Ala e

artillery

.ins Fort Bar-

I till ing city of Mulhaiwii and !cfeati German army. Gennsii

ap-lo-..

enormous.
The German hez

, ,. ;;ju,uuu; i rencn los, j.j,ou.
chon but seemed badly directed. ;
The heavy Belgian artillery dominat- j LONDON, AUG. ). Scini-oilieial dispatch fioni Berlin today says
ed the German fire and destroyed j jn, jms een capture! by tlie Germans and that lictuetn :5,00( and

1,000 Belgian prisioners are en route Germany.

j Reason mmm

in

two of their heavy guns. i
The German central column at-j
tacked Fort Evegnee. The Belgian
reply was two actions artillery cross
fire from Forts Fleron and Barchon,
supported by a counter-attack by the
Belgian infantry. The German ad advance
vance advance was stopped.-
At this moment, General Von Em Emmie
mie Emmie h, the German commander, sent
a nag of truce, demanding surrender.
He informed the Belgian commander,
Lieutenant General Leman, that if
he did not surrender immediately a
Zeppelin 'dirigible would drop an ex explosive
plosive explosive upon the headquarters of the
general staff.
The refusal was as summary as
the request. The fire from the forts
reopened heavily, r.nd the offensive
also was taken by the Belgians.
Shattered the Air Ship
The Zeppelin, which tried to carry
out the German general's threat, was
struck by a Belgian shell and de destroyed
stroyed destroyed in mid-air, .its entire crew

being lost.

The Germans abandoned their po positions
sitions positions and retired for a distance of

Belgian troops fol-

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six miles.

lowed up their advantage without
delay, and the Germans retreat was
accelerated.
The second part of the German at attack
tack attack was being carried out upon the
southeastern defences. The Ger German
man German troops sought to make their way
between the Belgian 'position on the
Huy side. They also attacked Forts
Boncelles and Embourg, but they en encountered
countered encountered entanglements and were
appreciably retarded. They continu continued
ed continued their advance and made a direct
attack, wiich failed. Their losses
were heavy.
Only a Handful in Defense
The Belgians defending the inter interval
val interval numbered only 1,500 and they
fell back a mile and a quarter. This

was a critical moment. General Le Leman
man Leman threw all -his troops wilich were

not engaged arpon that part of the

defense, and 15,000 men massed

against the attack. It was night and

fierce bayonet fighting ensued. The
enemy yas held back.

In the obscurity there was some

confusion and one small German col

umn of infantry entered the city. The
German officer wore an undress cap
to deceive the Belgians. He spoke
English. To complete the deception
his men carried their rifles at the
shoulder. They got within fifty yards
of general headquarters when the
gendarmes recognized them and op opened
ened opened fire. Violent street fighting
followed and the Germans were driv driven
en driven out of the city. General Leman
then transferred his headquarters to
one of the forts.

1AKIS, AUG. An ofiitial announcement today states that Bel Belgian
gian Belgian garrison at Liege has enjoyed two days rest during which not a
shot was lire!.
LONDON, AUG. 9. No confirmation has been received here of re report
port report from Amsterdam and. lierlin that Liege had fallen.
LONDON, AUG. 9. Report published lierlin that Liege had fallen
cannot be confirmed.
BRUSSELS, AUG. 9. Report Liege fallen unconfirmed here.. Stated
German advance checked by desperate resistance of Belgians.. Operations
almost entirely suspended.. Report Germans preparing to renew attack
on Liege.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., AUG. 9. Intercepted wireless indicates
British warships searching for German cruisers within hundred miles of
coast.
BRUSSELS, AUG. 9. 12:50 P. 31. There is great rejoicing today
over news French-Belgian-British troops effecting junction across lines
of German advance.. Great crowds gathered in streets, singing national
anthems of the three allies.

BRUSSELS, AUG. 9. Report reaching here tonight said King Al Albert,
bert, Albert, of Belgium, reviewed the garrison of Liege in that city today.. If
this report is true it means the city has not fallen yet as reported in
dispatcher, from Berlin.

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it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plenti plentiful
ful plentiful for individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particu particular
lar particular spot.

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LONDON, AUG. 9.-

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received from Brussels 7 o'clock to

night said Liege was still holding out that German bombardment became
intermittent, believed Germans running short of ammunition

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A call meeting of the W. C. T. U.
was held or August 3rd, at three
o'clock in 'the afternoon.
The meeting opened with a song
and temperance service followed by

j the Lord's prayer by all.

A. letter was read 'from Mrs. Bit s
linger and it was moved and second seconded
ed seconded to have ftlrs. Snook -write her foj
more definite information.
A motion carried to send two dele delegates
gates delegates to the District Convention at
Dunnellon.
;Mrs. J. F. Sigmon and .Miss Grace
Snook were elected as delegates.
.Miss Harriett' Simpson was re re-requested
requested re-requested to write a paper to be read
at the convention.
.The Union voted to hold the next

meeting on Friday, August 14th, at

in.

The meeting then adjourned.
Minnie D. -Albertson, Press Supt.

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THE CASE OF L..L. CAXTELOU

The case of L. L. Cantelou, 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 hot hot-tie
tie hot-tie she was entirely cured." For sale
hv all dealers. Adv.

WOODMEN OF THE W ORLD

Fort King Camp o. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. pvry second

and fourth Friday. Visiting sov
ereigns alwave welcome. Adv.
F. J. Burden, C. C
Chas K. Sage, Clerk.

As a great 'many of us fellows go
dodging along the city blocks try trying
ing trying ito avoid meeting the fellows we
owe, a mighty thought has come into
my cranium that ougth to 'be -productive
of much good.
I 'believe it would foe a good idea
to get up a debtors' clearing 'house

in the city of Jacksonville and take

the strain off of this habitual dodg dodging
ing dodging business.
If every fellow would get enrolled

on a enart or some Kina snowing

whom he owed and who owed him,
at the time such chart -would be care carefully
fully carefully compiled, it could get in its
good work.
The principles of cancellation that
were so seductive to us in our first
arithmetical lessons could be applied
most excellently.

By the time all of the adjust adjustments
ments adjustments and striking out could he- ef effected,
fected, effected, I ibelleve that this automatic

cancellation would clear off hun

dreds of thousands of dollars worth

of obligations.

It would swing around in a. circle

and get hack to the starting point.

Then, instead of a fellow dartin

into a store to avoid his fellow man

tojwhom he owes from $25 to $500,
they would meet each other with the

smile of peace on their
visages.

I believe this is a good idea to

convey to our friends, the bankers

Wouldn't it be a good idea if each

bank cashier would ask each of his

customers in the bank who are
somewhat pinched to state What he

owed and to whom he owes it. By

Khe time each bank would slate all

of its customers (and that would

catch -every fellow in the community

by some bank route or other) a. lib

eral amount of money loaned, well
secured, could cancel out, in my

udgment, a couple of hundred thou

sand dollars worth of debt m tnis

big community.

This may be talking through one's

hat, 'but I believe some system UR'!

the above ideas could relieve a

powerful lot of financial strain in

'the community.

Just as tlie large corps of city

health officers and physicians dis discover
cover discover means to prevent an epidemic

in contagious diseases, just so would
I like to see the bank doctors of
finance chart out, then cancel out,
and then let a reasonable loan of
monev pav out thousands of people

who owe each other.

Why, even a hundred dollar bill

set going can pay thousands of dol

lars -worth of obligations and then

eventually will drop back into the

bank again.

Financing is not my long suit, but
I believe that if this idea was work worked
ed worked out scientifically it would operate
practically, and would bring out in
the community the smile that never
would wear off.

The undersigned merchants here

by agree to close their respective

places of husine&s on Thursdays at!

1 p. m., beginning june 4th, and

continuing to and including Septem

ber 10th, and also agree to close

their places of business not later
than 6:30 p. in. on other days y ex

cepting Saturdays.

H. B. Masters Company.
Rheinauer & Company.
E. T. HUyenston.
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.
Marcus Frank.
The Murray Company.
M. A. Bostlck.
Theus-Zachry Co.
A. M. L-anAfcTd.
J. R. White & Co.

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They are good care for this

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made 35 miles per gallon and up.
It is easy riding, stylish, graceful
In looks, is strong and durable and
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When you have to buy a tire it is

, or i an item, a BIG item on most cars, and lots of leg room to stretch out
Dwer-1 they cost $7 each for a Saxon, and in. One of the cars Just came

wear much longer on account of the
light weight of the car a thousand
pounds. There Is no wood about the
car, all steel of the best make. Fol Following
lowing Following are some of the many good
points of the little Saxon.
The car has a big roomy, finely up upholstered,
holstered, upholstered, easy riding seat, sufficient
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through from Tampa to Ocala, others
have gone, In endurance tests from
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you want to go?
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show you the car and what It will
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The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
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TOE OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1914

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS 1

MILS. WILSON'S I-TNKIIAL

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(If you have any items for this department call phone 10 G)

3lr. and 31 is. Camp are Safe

.Mr .and Mrs. Tl. L. Anderson re re-reived
reived re-reived today a cablegram from their
daughter, :Mrs. R. C. Camp, saying
she and Mr. Camp were at Rotter Rotterdam,
dam, Rotterdam, which they -would leave im immediately
mediately immediately for London, and would re-

'Miss. Minnie Jackson of Birming Birmingham,
ham, Birmingham, Ala., who will visit her for a
fortnight.

Miss Mary IJuifortl
Of a pretty party,

entertained

Washington, Aug. 10. The im impressive
pressive impressive funeral of Mrs. Woo.lrow
Wilson was held a: the White House
this afternoon, and the remains, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by many government rep representatives
resentatives representatives left for Rome, Ga., for
interment tomorrow.

Miss

iiary liunord shared honors with

turn to America as soon as posse'i, three other attractive young ladies

in which
honors

Numbered among "the coincidences
happening at Lake Weir, was the
finding of a valuable ring Friday
night by Mr. Norton Davis, whi-h
was lost in the lake (Monday by Miss
Blanch iMizelle. Mr. Davis was in
swimming with the members of the

house party at 'Miss Annie Davis' and
while 'pausing a few minutes on the
steps of the dock he buried his feet
in the sand and it was .then that he
brought to light the circle of gold
which the owner had given up hone
of finding.
Sunday's issue of the Times-Union
contained a handsome picture and an
Interesting article on iMrs. West, wife
of U. S. Senator West, of Valdosta,
Ga. Col. West is a frequent visitor
to Ocala, having extensive interests
in Marion and Citrus counties and
very often he is accompanied by his
wife who visits their niece, Mrs.
Horace Reeves, at Inverness, while
he attends to business.
Mrs. R. L. Lang and daughter,
Miss Willie 'Mae Lang, Mrs. R. O.
Connor and two sons, left today :for
Asheville and Blowing Rock, X. C,
to remain until fall.
The Presbyterian Sewing Circle
spent the afternoon delightfully as
the guests of Mrs. Etta Robinson.
Mr. Dell Moody returned to Mul Mulberry
berry Mulberry today after a week end visit
to his mother at Lake Weir and to
Ocala friends.
Mrs. F. L. Mayo, Miss Jennie Mayo
and Master Dempsey Mayo expect to
leave tomorrow for Littleton, X. C,
to spend the remainder of the sum summer
mer summer visiting relatives.
31r. Earl Mark returned to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville yesterday after a Ibrief busi business,
ness, business, trip to Ocala.
IMrs. L. B. Tydings, of Williston,
and daughter, Miss Ellie, are the
guests of the formers' son, .Dr. C. R.
Tydings and family.
. CMiss Ethel" .Haycraft has returned
from Lake Weir where she enjoyed
a few days' visit to Miss Annie Davis,

who is entertaining a numtber of her
vtriends at a. jolly house-party.
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Mr. anS Mrs. Z. C. Cham'bliss leave
early Wednesday morning for their
annual vacation. They -will go in
their automobile and will tbe absent
a -month. Part of the time will 'be
spent visiting IMr. Chambliss' rela relatives
tives relatives at Forsyth, Ga.

iMr. and (Mrs! Charles Rheinaue
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are in Switzerland, in forty miles or

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less or cne cojuuL-iuii- armies ul

France and Germany, but their

friends hae every reason to ibaUove

v they are safe.

the Asheville Citizen says:

Miss 'Margaret Cowan gave a most
enjoyable tea yesterday afternoon m
her home on Haywood street. Mis
Cowan entertained in honor of Misses
Sadie and Jessie Lipscomb, of G-aff-ney,
3. C, who are her house guests,
and Miss Ethel .larrell of Roanoke
Vo., and Miss Mary Burford of OcaU
r'la. The reception room was dec decorated
orated decorated in yellow and while cut flow flowers,
ers, flowers, prettily arranged, the mantle

oeing oanKea witn quantities or go; go;-den
den go;-den glow and j'ellow asters, with
smilax and maiden-hair ferns. Mis?.
Hortense Jones and Miss Lalage
Oates ass'sted the young hostess in
receiving her guests, which number numbered
ed numbered a hundred or more. In the din dining
ing dining room the yellow and white com combination
bination combination also obtained, making a
harmonious decoration in all the
rooms open to visitors. iMiss Martha
Chambers, and Miss Elizabeth Cowan
dispensed hospitality here. Miss
Mary Millender served punch.

to leave tomorrow mornin-r. will not
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get away until Wednesday morning
on the Seaboard, for Montrose, Pa.
They will be accompanied by Mrs, V.'.
H. dletrick and little daughter,
Catherine, who are going to Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania to visit Mrs. Herrick's mother.
Mrs. Turner Much Improved
Mrs. Frank B. Turner, mother of
Mr. Alfred Turner, of Mr. R. S.
Hall's office force, who was in St.
Luke's hospital, Jacksonville, for
more than three weeks, while recov recovering
ering recovering from a very serious operation,
returned home Saturday :;nd is do doing,
ing, doing, well, and her fri?nds hope an1
believe she will soon be restored to
perfect health.

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This is -Mr. Jos. W. Dodge's birth birthday,
day, birthday, and he left this afternoon for
Jacksonville, where this evening his
family and friends will make him
the honor guest at an elaborate din din-rei.
rei. din-rei.
Judge W. M. Gober left yesterday
for Commerce, Ga., where he wpi
join-his family in their summer va vacation.
cation. vacation. Judge Gober and family. will
return about the first of October.
Mrs. W. A. -Kelsey and daughter,
little Miss Winona Kelsey, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Miss X. L. Sutherland, left,
jesterday for Tate Spring, Tenn.,
where they will spend the remainder
of the summer. Mrs. Kelsey will be
joined later in the summer by her
sister, IMrs. J. 'Haycraft of Ocala.
Metropolis.

Of interest to many in the city will
.he following from the Metrop

olis:
"An event of this week of wide so social
cial social interest will be the marriage of
Miss Alice Maner .Martin, daughter
of fMr. and Mrs. John W. Martin, and
Mr Abner Gile Withee of ,Water ,Water-town.
town. ,Water-town. On account of the a recent
bereavement in the family of the
bride-elect the ceremony will he
quietly solemnized on Wednesday,
August 12, at high noon at the First
Baptist church, Rev. W. A. Hobson
officiating. 'Miss .Martin is one of
Jacksonville's most beautiful wom women,
en, women, and since her debut has been an
admired member of the society set.
Mr. Withee is prominently identified
with business circles .of Watertown,
and has a large circles of friends in
this -city, 'being a popular -member of
the social clubs."
'Miss Ruth Hendricks left yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon for Jacksonville to
spend a few days with Mrs. Roy

Crabb, after which she will go to
Boston, where she will spend several
weeks. Orlando Sentinel.

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MASTERS

CO.

iniaraware yjepe.ranein'S

Carpenter's, Plumber's, Shoemaker's
and Blacksmith's

TOO

We have all of these, and anyone need needing
ing needing them, should by all means inspect
our stock and see the great values offered.

Miss Ophelia Sawtell has returned

home from Lake Weir, where she
has been visiting 'Miss Annie Davis
since Thursday. Misses Kathleen

Olrs. R: S. -McCormick and infant Jackson and Agnes Dalzell,' also

members of Miss Davis' house party,

will return tomorrow and Miss Da

vis and Mrs

daughter returned to 'their home at
Leesburg .yesterday after enjoying a
short visit to Mrs. S. W. Igou. They
were accompanied home by IMr. Mc McCormick,
Cormick, McCormick, who came up from Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg Saturday.

Frances Collier are ex-

pected home Wednesday.

The Ocala friends of tMr. Robert

Xelson will learn .with regret that he

Miss v Clara Johnson is the guest has typnoid fever at" his home in

lam pa.

of Miss Wideman in DeLand. Miss

Johnson motored over with iMiss

Sarah Pearl (Martin and her guest,

Miss Woodward, Saturday, and will

return with the party tomorrow or

Wednesday. v

Miss Gladys Drake returned this

imorhing from a short visit to Miss

Clarice Watkins at Micanopy.

Mrs. J. S. Rifenburg has returned

from Sarasota and Plant City, where

she has been visiting relatives for

the 'past two weeks.

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Mrs. R. FRogers and daughter.

Mrs. Perry, have gone to Indian

Springs, Ga., and will spend the next

m An f Vict of- f Vinf nlfliinf nc rvb

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Miss 'Myrtle -Brinson 'went to

Mr. B. A. Weathers and brother,

Mr. Sebron Weathers of York, have

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the sympathy of friends in the loss uainesvllle aturaay. ere ne win

Mrs. Jack Rentz entertained at

auction bridge Tuesday forenoon
complimentary to her guest, Mrs. S.
S. Duval, of Ocala. 'Refreshments
were served. Mrs. Bunker was
awarded first prize, a silver cream
ladel, while the guest prize, a mc
glass jar, w-ent to Mrs. Duval. Ar Arcadia
cadia Arcadia Enterprise.
Mrs. J. A. Parker, of this city, and
3Irs. B. B. Black and daughter, of

Ocala, the latter named '.being visi

tors to our city, departed Tuesday

for Tampa. Bradentown and Pass-a

grille to spend a few days in pleas

ure. Arcadia '"Enterprise.

Mrs. S. S. Duvall who was the
guest of Mrs. Jack Rentz for several

days, left this morning for her home

in Ocala. Arcadia News.

Mr. D. H. Mays, Miss Lizzie Mays

and Mr. D. II. Mays, Jr., left Tues

day morning for Atlanta and Gaines

ville, before returning home Mis?

uViays win spena several weeks at

wanton, .. u. -ionticeiio notes in

Metropolis.

Mrs. R. A. Burford has returned

from a pleasant visit to Mrs. J. dl

Hill at Lake Weir.

Miss Beulah Whitney has return returned
ed returned to her home in Jacksonville after
enjoying a delightful visit to Misses
XJvingston and. Miss Caroline Har-'rlss-
She was accompanied 'by Miss
31ary Harriett Livingston and guest,

of their sister, Mrs. Cornelia Geiger,

who pased away yesterday at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Oscar

Williams, in Waycross, Ga.
m
Mrs. Kate Clements was an out-

jof-town shopper this morning, com-j

g up on the early train from Lake

Weir.

.

Mrs. J. B. Ray and two children

irom santora. are visinna: .irs. tav s

sister, Mrs. Wm. M. Smith.

Mr. and Mrs. WT. W. Clyatt and

Mrs. C. R. Kreger and little daughter

are having a pleasant vacation at

Franklin, N. C.

Mrs. Jessie Haycraft and Miss Lil-

lie Frost left today for Atlanta to

spend several days, after which they

will go to Tate 'Springs. Tenn., for

a tortnignt sojourn.

Miss Ethel Haycraft, during the
absence of her mother will be the
guest of Mrs. L. W. Ponder and
friends at Lake Weir.
m
Mrs. Mary Dodge Maddox is visit visiting
ing visiting her brother in Jacksonville,
leaving for that city Saturday.

Misses Sue and Kate Liddon leave
this evening for the mountains of
Tennessee, where they will spend the
month of August. Metropolis.
Mr. W. V. Wheeler of the Commer Commercial
cial Commercial Bank is spending the week at

White Springs, going over today from
Tallahassee where he spent last wee!-
visiting friends.
Mrs. S. P. Hollinrake and two
sons,, Allen and Lynn, who intended

spend several weeks visiting an aunt.

Mrs. J. C. Caldwell was called to

Jacksonville yesterday by the critical

illness of her grandmother

Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Dodge left this

morning for Anderson, b. u., to visit

their son, Rev. Withspoon Dodge and

family.

Mrs. Mary A. Frost went out to

Earlv Bird today to visit her daugh

ter. Mrs. Sanders until September.

Mrs. William Weaver and bab

are guests of the former s sister

Mrs. Cecil Bryant, arriving Saturday

from Jacksonville.

Miss Blanche Mizelle, after a sev several
eral several weeks visit to 'Miss Annie Davis
here and at Lake Weir, returned to
her home at Orange Lake today.

Mr. Stephen Jewett has returned
from Lakeland, where he spent a
week, the guest of his brother, Mr.
Sanford Jewett, and family. Mr.
Jewett made the trip in his Ford car.

WITH THE TOOLS WE HAVE
Nails, Building Fittings, Locks, Hinges, etc.
Solder, Leather, Sole, and Harness
A few of the many that are needed with the tools,
that we have for sale.

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Mrs. Dora'McLain was married

Sunday, at the home 01 her imotner.

Airs. N. S. Fort, to Mr. John Daugdi-

try, of Fort Ogden, one or xne lead leading
ing leading cattlemen of DeSoto county. A

large number of friends and. rela-

times were present tp wish happiness

to the new-wedded -couple. Mr. and

Mrs. Daughtry left at once for Fort
Ogden, accompanied by the bride's
hrother, Mr. H. J. Fort.

PYTHLAXS SELECTED IOIlTLAXD

Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 9. The
Pythian (Supreme Lodge at its con

cluding session yesterday selected

Portland, Ore.r as the 1916 conten contention
tion contention city.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs

FOR SALE Fine horse for sale
cheap. A. M. Lansford 8-5-tf-d

PEItKIXS' ANNUAL PICNIC
Friday, Aug. 7, was the 75th an anniversary
niversary anniversary of "Grandma" Perkins of
Lynne, and people came from far
and near to do honor to that good
old lady. It is estimated that 00
people were present on the occasion.

REWARD FOR RETURN

OF AUTO TIRE

buitauie reward will he paid for
the return of an auto tire attached

to rim which was lost in Ocala, or

on road between Ocala and Fort 'Mc

Coy. George Rentz,
8-7-3t Holder Building.

GOOD PIANO $30 A square piano,
magnificent solid mahogany case;
in first class condition without

blemish, works in good shape andi

tone is excellent and in fair tune,

$30 cash. Apply at the Star or or-fice.
fice. or-fice. 7-18-tf dw

METROPOLITAN

"The Livest Magazine in America.
CONTENTS

99

VOL. XL.

AUGUST, 1914

IXo. A

Fiction

THE BIOGRAPHY OF iMIARY AOCORDINOTO Martha Corra 'Harris

Alice IE. Duffy
W. W. Jacobs
Arthur Johnson
John tA. Oloroso
Earl Terr Biggers
Melville Davisson Post

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17
20
28
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ROLL TOP DESK $18 A medium medium-sized
sized medium-sized roll top office desk, in first first-class
class first-class condition, $18 cash. Apply
at Star office. 7-18-tf dw

LOVE IN tA CM ASIC
STEPPING BACKWARD
CHARLEY THE CHORUS BOY

MURPHY OF THE .LEGION ;
GEM OF THE DUST (Serial Story)

THE HIDDEN LAW

News Articles

THE BATTLE

WILSON A5ND LITTLE BUSINESS

Features

COVER "DESIGN

THE SOCIALIST MOVEMENT IN BELGIUM

PAWNS OF !NATURE

THE BACK-fHAND TENNIS DRIVE

SHALL THE GOVERNMENT OWN

THE TELEGRAPH AND THE TELEPHONES?
(An InterTiew with Congressman David J. Lewis of (Maryland

SIX SPACES ROTARYGAVURE, Showing: Joyce Fair, -page 9; John

Reed, page 10; The People Mourn, page 35; Inga Sontum, page
36; 'Alga Petrova, page 37; Booth Tarkington, page 38.
LITTLE SCENES FROM HERB

AND -EVERYWHERE fHenry Grant Tart 67

THE IMAN WHO TJREAIMS RAILROADS Edward Hungerford 68

Departments

FICTION "FROM AN EDITORIAL STANDPOINT Carl Hovey 2

MIDSUMMER FICTION tMarguerite Camption 61

vMETROPOLITAN FORUM Algernon Lee 65

John Heed 11
. Walter Lippmann 23
Penrhyn Stanlaws
Emile Vandevelde 19
Clara E. Laughlin 26
P. A. Valle 31

39

LOST Friday night between Martel

and Ocala, a medium size travel- j

ing grip, containing letters for W.
E. Hough and machine attach attachment.
ment. attachment. Finder return same to Star
office. 8-8-6t

WANTED Subscribers of the Star
to tell their neighbors of the plan
now in force for giving cash cou coupons
pons coupons to subscribers. 5-20-tf
FOR SALE A fine yearling Jersey
bull for sale or service. J. A.
Logan, Weirsdale, Fla. S-6-6t
FOUND A bunch of keys near
Coast Line depot. Owner can
have same by calling at the Star
office and proving property and
paying for this ad.

omfoirfi Lod

The rest room which the Ocala merchants maintain for the use
of our out of town visitors iyIio are In the city for a few hours

with noiiing to do is located on the corner of Fort King avenue J
and South Main street, opposite the Theus-Zachry furniture j
store. The ladies especially will find Comfort Lodge a convenient j

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place to rest during the days shopping. The conveniences we are
able to offer at Comfort Lodge are free and you are invited to
take advantage of them.
JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE

Read Our UNCLASSIFIED ADS lor yonr wanlo



THE OCALA EVEX1XG STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1914.

.IftV 1 HANGERS

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WE HAVE CL1MIJEI) THE LADDER OF SUCCESS IX OUR HARD HARDWARE
WARE HARDWARE BUSINESS HV ATTENDING STRICTLY TO BUSINESS.
AVE KEEP UP OUR STOCKS. ALL OF THE MANY LITTLE
THINGS YOU ARE CONSTANTLY NEEDING YOU CAN "FIND" IN
OLR STORE.
DOES NOT THIS KIND OF A STOKE DESERVE YOUR TRADE
ESPECIALLY WHEN WEXOT ONLY KEEP A RIG STOCK,
HUT ALSO GIVE THE LITTLE PRICE.
REMEMHER, OUR HARDWARE STANDS HARD WARE.

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Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.

ARE YOU
ENGAGED ?

SOUTHERN COTTON CONGRESS

as

Marion County Mm Aintointeri

Delegates
Tallahassee, Aug. K. J. Wat

son, ot Columbia, LS. C, president ol
the Southern Cotton Congress, has
issued a call for the congre.ss to con

vene in extraordinary session. in
Washington on August l'.i and 11, to

consider the situation confronting
the cotton market as a result of the

great European war. W. A. Mcllae,

commissioner of agriculture, has ap

pointed Messrs. Z. C. Chambliss and

L. S. Light as Marion county -dele-! turn

gates to attend the conference.

COMMISSIONERS MAY
GO TO SUPREME COURT

FIRST MAC! 1 1 XER V

FOR NEW GAS PLANT

Manager C. W

Hunter of the

Dont lutein! to (iivt Up Finht for
SIiippT of East "oa-t
Tallahassee, Aug. 0 The railroad
commissioners have just received
notice from Washington that the
Interstate Commerce Commission
has denied their petition Tor a sus suspension
pension suspension of the increased rates of the
Florida East Coast Railway company
from points on its line to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and beyond. This Information
followed closelv Chairman Burr's re-

from Washington where he

went as representative of his com commission
mission commission and the growers and ship shippers
pers shippers along the east coast. Notwith Notwithstanding
standing Notwithstanding this action of the Inter

state Commerce Commission
commissioners do not intend to

the

let

Ocala Gas Company received the first P in their efforts in an attempt to
carload of machinery and supplies keep the Florida East Coast Rail Rail-this
this Rail-this morning for the new gas plant, way Company from raising its rates
Other carloads will follow till the n fruits and vegetables. The corn corn-plant
plant corn-plant will be entirely rebuilt on a missioned will immediately file a
large, -modern and up-to-date scale petition with the Interstate Com Com-with
with Com-with a capacity sufficient to supply merce Commission to reopen the
the needs of the city for many years original case and fix the time for the
to come. A little later on the com- taking of testimony upon which an an-pany
pany an-pany expects to extend the mains of other order may be issued by this
the plant to every part of town so commission which would meet the
that practically every person in the objection set down in the opinion of

city can be served.

the United States supreme court.

SOME CHANGES ON THE ROAD

FRENCH .MOVED FORWARD

WE ARE ENGAGED IN CONDUCTING OUR JEWELRY
STORE FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMr
M UNITY. OUR LONG EXPERIENCE IN THIS BUSINESS HAS
TAUGHT US WHICH MANUFACTURERS MAKE THE BEST
GOODS, AND THIS KIND ONLY DO WE HAVE IN OUR STORE.
WHETHER IT IS AN ENGAGEMENT RING OR ANY ARTICLE OF
JEWELRY WE HAVE IT FOR YOU AT A FAIR AND SQUARE
PRICE.
A. E. BURNETT RELIABLE JEWELER
OCALA, FLORIDA

.Mr. It. O. Cononr came in Satur

day from Tampa where he had been

all week, getting his catalogs, sam

ples and 'prices for the new firm he
commenced traveling for today. iMr.

Connor, who resigned 'his position as

manager for this territory, for the

International (Harvester Co., a short

time ago, is now with the Tampa

ib ranch of the Georgia Supply Com

pany, 'machinery, (phosphate and mill

supplies. 'He has been succeeded "by

Mr. C. C. CMck, of Columbus, Ohio,

who will also make this city his head

quarters and has rooms at iMr. Het-

terick's residence on Fort King ave

nue. Mr. Connor thoroughly under

stands the hardware and mill supply

business and is going to make good
with his new line, He -will have the

territory on the A. C. L. Ry., from
Gainesville south to Dade City and

Brooksville.

ACCURACY SEGlJitlTY

Marion County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHEDil882
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
OCALA F.aA.
First consideration and especial attention given to small trcts.

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THEY ARE COMING
HOME IN

THOUSANDS

Advanced Into Alsace and Captured

Village of Altkirden
Paris, Aug. 9. News of the first

French victory ofthe -war the cap capture
ture capture of the village of LVltkirchen in

Alsace near the Swiss frontier

which iprobably was more important
than the cautious official announce

ment, was received here with extra extraordinary
ordinary extraordinary enthusiasm. Observers ( in
Paris were prepared to hear that the

French had been obliged during the

first days of the fighting to give way
before the German advance. The re

joicing was all the greater, therefore,

because the first important engage

ment had been fought in German ter

ritory and the French had obtained a
footing.

The capture of Altkirchen -appears

to have taken place two or three days
ago. The French army has .penetrat .penetrated
ed .penetrated the enemy's country considerably

further.

There was no official mention of

loses, but they are Relieved to have

been heavy.

And the Statue of Lilerty will Look

Mighty Good to Them

London, Aug. 9. The situation so

far as Americans in London are con- Army

cerned has about righted itself. Six
thousand left here yesterday to board

the steamers Virginian, Laconia, Ni-

euw, Amsterdam and Findland, sail Mlllnausen

ing yesterday, the Virginian and

Laconia from Liverpool, the Amster

dam from '.Rotterdam and the Fin
land from Antwerp.

Ambassador 'Page has received au

thority to -pledge the credit of the

United States 'government for $300, $300,-000
000 $300,-000 out of the relief fund now speed speeding
ing speeding toward England on the Tennes Tennessee.
see. Tennessee. This money will he available

Monday.

MARCHED IXTO MUL1IAUSEX

Im-

of France Occupied an

portant Town in Alsace
Paris, Aug. 9. It is officially re

ported that French troops have en-

The inhabitants

received them with great demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations of joy.
'Mulhausen is the second largest
town in Alsace-Lorraine and lies 60
miles to the south-southwest of
Strasshurg, the capital. It became a
free city of the German empire in
1273 and in the 15th century enter entered
ed entered into an alliance with the Swiss
which lasted until 1798, when the

city became French. It was taken

Many American and English tour- f the in somber. 1870.

olci n iili"Ai4 $vr-YY C? u"?l wvtlo n A mr r e r I

13W "Aiic" owxta. and was ceded to Germany with

way. mey traveled -part way on Alsace ln 1871

cattle trains and were a week en

route.

FrancoSwiss frontier and rain caus

ed much suffering among the wo

.Mulhausen is garrisoned by a full

They spent three days on the lnfantrv brigade of ahout 9,000 men

and a full cavalry brigade of about
2,500. It has a population of about
100,000 and is the principal seat of
cotton spinning in western Germany.

men and children. All were kindly

treated by the ; French and Swiss.

SEXDIXG VILLA'S ARMY

AGAIXST MEXICO CITY

ARRIVAL OF THE OCEAXIC

At

Southampton was Followed by
Arrest of German Officers

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
them here.

PHOXE 108

CITY MARKET

Carranza Knows who to Call on to

r'i ttv Out. thi Contmrt.

u in ci in jjiu ii Aug. ij. 1 tie lint;

Satillo, tMex., Aug. 9. Gen. Fran- star Line steamer Oceanic, which left

Cisco Villa has been instructed by vew York Alienist 1. arrived 4n

General Carranza to mobolize his di- Southampton yesterday, after a fast

vision and lead it south to take part trip. The steamer proceeded north

in the campaign against Mexico City. 0f the usual lane of travel with all
General Villa's -men are scattered her lights extinguished at night: No

throughout Chiuahuah, where they German warshir was siehted

...

nave oeen resting ana recruiting. German reservists aboard the

The joining of Villa in the movement Oceanic were detained here, hut other

south will present a force before na!PTirpro upro Tint m nl psto-l

-uexico ttiy estimated at approxi- There were several British, Ger-

mately S5,000 men. Military men in man and Austrian army officers on

ciose toucn wnn Mexican arrairs de-haoar the ship. Their personal rela-

clare that they expect the federals

will realize the futility of offering voyage. When the steamer reached

resiaiance 10 xnis overwtie mins nrt the r.ormon nffiro u-or

force. Lf,

room. There they were taken

SHATTERED A NEUTRAL SHIP charge by a guard

Flushing. Auar. 0. T)ip Vnrwp?inn away. The Austrians

steamer Tysla, of 2,905 tons, struck terfered with

a mine outside the Dutch island of

Wieringen yesterday. The explos- CARRVIXG COAL TO
ion shattered her stern but the can- OCR

tain managed to run her on the
beach. -Norfolk, Va., Aug. 0. The naval
collier Vulcan sailed for Europe to-
'A complete stock of ice cream day with coal for the cruisers Ten Ten-packages
packages Ten-packages just received enables us to nessee and North Carolina, which are
fill your order for any kind or quan- carrying gold for Americans in Eu Eu-tity
tity Eu-tity of ice cream on short notice, rope.

The ingredients used in

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MEmm

Grand and Inverted Grand
PIANOS
A Mehlin product; conceived
by a Mehlin; designed by a
Mehlin, and built under the
supervision of a Mehlin.

HERBERT LATTNER
"ARTISTIC PIANOS"
Ocala, Florida

Tie Commercial Bank

OCALA, FLORIDA.

CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
State, County and City Depository.

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Ocala Auto Livery Company
PHONE 125
MERCHANTS BLOCK

No trip too long, or none to short for us to make.

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Prompt Service. Charges Reasonable

C. U OrifVltrP MANAGER

We Are Now IRoastii!

A Genuine Java and Moca

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In 1 lb. Packages Always Fresh Roasted
4tSc IPoip IPoTuiininl
By the way, come and see those little solid alcohol stoves, 73 cents.

Carm-TIlnoinnias Coimpaimyj

CARX BUHiDIXG

PHOXE 103

OCAIl, FLORIDA

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and marched

were not in-

CKUISKKS

YOU'I-L CAPTIVATE "HER"
if you make us your Tailors. We
will make you charmingly present presentable
able presentable in your outward appear&uce.
As stylish Tailors we easily take the
lead in this vicinity. The best ma materials,
terials, materials, choicest patterns, sure fit,
stylish cut, and careful finishing
make the men who wear our Suits
the envied among their fellows.
And they are generally first favor favored
ed favored with the ladles, too.

TODD k COMPANY,

Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel

OCALA,

FLORIDA

KXIG1ITS OF PiTHIAS

ORDER OF EASTERX STAR

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions! Ocala Chapter, No. 23, 0. E.

held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over tne Jame3Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome, to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. M. Gober C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad

COXCORDLl LODGE F. o. OF A.

our creams

are of the purest, which accounts for Sous Bois, a new French perfume

the rich, smooth, creamv taste. The and a erood one: $2 per ounce. Sold

I Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 7-24-tf I only at Gerig's Drug Stores. 7-25-tf

Concordia i-.oage, Fratrnal Union
of America, meets lr Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Id

meets at Yonge's hail tne second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Mis3 Florrle Condon, Sec'y.

LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 693, L. O. O. M.,
jieets every Thursday at 8:30 p. m.
Visiting Drethren always welcoma to
the lodge and club house, on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street near, postoffice.
J. D. ROOXEY, Dictator.



THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1014.

DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS You could hardly blame Father for telling a little one that time.

HOTA THINGS SSt?s teTc $TZ&,i& (oK r
TO DO! H A- T WHAT (BURIED IN
FoR uTTc PREJ BV BEiMC f033Sy W" -7T577r35S:s RB N I DOWN AND HAVE. ME- V
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EXCESSIVE HATES
AVIIJi BE KK1T UP

tained 'by the interstate commerce
commission as it declined to suspend
the rates.

OXE GALLON OF

Interstate Commission Unable to Do
Justice to East Coast Shippers
Times-Union: A telegram from
Major St. Clair-Abrams announces
that the interstate commerce com commission
mission commission has refused to suspend the
rates of the Florida East Coast Rail Railway
way Railway Company on fruits and vege vegetables
tables vegetables as the Jesuit of the applica-

,uuu U1 tauj vuunuiwiuu, d one ,lon of pure Raw Linseed
.1 ti r.M : ,i ,. p. pi,;,.,,, w

auu cue riuuu. uiuia qjj 4wo galons of the -best and

DUXXELX.OX DOTS

League to do so.

Old Dates Destored

most durable. Pure Linseed Oil House
Paint obtainable at a cost of from

Immediately after the supreme $1.15 to $1.45 per gallon accord-

court of the United States reversed ing to the price of Pure Linseed Oil
the commerce count case and the in-! in your locality.

junction -was issued by Judge It. M. Get one of our 2-4-1 color cards,

Call, the Florida 'East Coast Railway j which explains the quantity of Paint

Company advised the interstate com-' you will need.

-merce commission tabt it had restor-

Some Interesting Items Regarding
People and Affairs of the

Phosphate City

(Advocate)

Ocala is in

MONTEAGLE
SUMMER' RESORT

ed the rates of -fruit and vegetables
existing at the time the order was
made in 1911 reducing those rates,

STOP THAT FIRST FALL. COLD

Check your fall cough or cold at

the restored rates taking effect on; once don't wait it may lead to se se-August
August se-August 5. The state railroad cam-if18 1 trouble,, weaken your vi vi-.
. vi-. f , .. tality and develop a chronic lung ail-
.mission and the Florida Growers & ment. Get a bottle of Dr. Reel's

Shippers League filed protests j Pine-Tar-Honey today; it is pure and

against this and demanded a suspen suspension
sion suspension of these rates, and the matter
was argued before the suspension

harmless use freely for that fall
cough or cold. If Baby or Children
are sick give it to them, it will re

lieve ciuicklv and permanently. It

board of the interstate commerce soothes the irritated throat, lungs

commission at Washington, on Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Aug. 1.
Opposition to Suspend
IMajro St. Clair-Abrams, repre representing
senting representing the Florida East Coast Rail Railway
way Railway Company, proceeded to Wash Washington
ington Washington and filed answers ito the two
protests, setting forth the grounds
of opposition to the suspension. The
matter was argued before the sus suspension
pension suspension board of the interstate

and air passages. Loosenes Phlegm,
is antiseptic and fortifies the sys system
tem system against colds. It surely pre prevents
vents prevents cold germs from getting a hold.
Guaranteed. Only 25c. at your Drug Druggist.
gist. Druggist. Tues. ... Thur. Fri. Adv.

TIME TO ACT

Don't Wait for the Fatal Stages of
Kidney Illness Profit by Ocala
Peoxle's Experiences

commerce commission by R. (Hudson jregular (Urination, headaches and

Burr, chairman of the state railroad

commission, Mr. Buggs representing
the .Florida Fruit and -Vegetable
Shippers Protective Association, air.
fTenny representing the Florida
Growers and Shippers League, and
(Major St. Clair-A'brams arguing the
case ifor .the Florida East Coast Rail Railway
way Railway Company and, among other
grounds, raised the -point that the

interstate commerce commission had
no -power to suspend the rates or to
force the East Coast Railway to ac accept
cept accept the reduced rates named by
them as doing so would be an at attempt
tempt attempt to nullify the order of injunc injunction
tion injunction and to do indirectly that which
the order of the injunction forbade
the interstate, 'commerce commission
doing directly.
The points raised for the railway
company appear to ihave been sus-

dizzy spells are frequent symptoms
of kidney disorders. Its an error to
neglect these ills. The attacks -may
pass off for a time but generally re return
turn return with greater intensity. Don't
delay a minute. Begin taking 'Doan's
Kidney Pills, and fceep up their use
until the desired results are obtain obtained.
ed. obtained. Good work in Ocala proves the
effectiveness of this great kidney
remedy.
Mrs. Eason Smith, 330 Oklawaha

avenue, Ocala, says: "I know iDoan's
Kidney Pills are a good remedy for
kidney and bladder trouble. I have

used them on different occasions for j

these ailments and have had imme immediate
diate immediate relief. I am glad to have the
opportunity of endorsing such a
good remedy as Doan's Kidney

Pills."

Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that iMrs. Smith had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, X. Y.
SEABOARD AIR LIXE SCHEDULE

Clifford Peabody of

town this week.
S. C. iM. Thomas made a 'business
trip to Lakeland Wednesday.
iMrs. L. V. Goodyear has returnei
from an extended visit with relatives
at Lakeland.
'Mrs. T. V. Xewburn of 'Maxville,
was visiting her parents, !Mr. and
Mrs. M. D. Turnipseed this week.
'Mrs. J. C. McDonald and children
and Miss Sally Bifrwell of Brooks Brooks-ville,
ville, Brooks-ville, who have been visiting Mrs. D.

B. Kibler, returned to

Saturday.

G. W. Xeville made a business trip
to Tampa Tuesday.
Dolly Kate Turner has gone to her
home in Georgia to spend her vaca vacation
tion vacation with relatives.
CMrs. R. R. Strange and daughter,
who have been the guests of -Mr. and
Mrs. C. O. Faircloth for several
weeks, left iMonday for iFort White

to visit friends before returning to
their home in Tampa.
Miss Laila Gillis has returned
from her vacation spent with her
parents at York.
Miss Agnes Stringfellow left last
Wednesday for an -extended visit to

her mother at Baxley, Ga.

Miss Norma Young, who has been

visiting Miss Lueille Turnipseed, re re-turne
turne re-turne dto her home Saturday.
W. V. Knott, state comptroller,
was the guest of j. A. Grumbles
Monday. Mr. Knott announced his
candidacy for governor two years
hence, and this -has met with 'popular
acclaim here. There is no doubt of

his (popularity among our citizens.
R. A. Baskin, a popular farmer
and truck grower of Anthony, was
the guest of Dr. Baskin this week.

Mrs. M. D. Turnipseed left Tues-

I 70a wish to go away for the
summer please correspond with Mrs.
E. W. Williams, who conducts the
Cumberland House at Monteagie,
Tenn. Rates, $7 to ?10 per week.
Twomonths Chautauqua, from July
1st to August 31st, which i3 a fine
entertainment. Monteagie is on the
top of the Cumberland mountain,
over 2,000 feet above sea level. The
finest mineral water, most elegant
scenery east of the Rockies. For
health, pleasure, rest and beauty,
there is no place like Monteagie in

their home i the South. Write at once to Mrs.

E. W. Williams, Proprietress, the
Cumberland HouFe, Monteagie, Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. 6-13-tf

THE METROPOLITAN"
SAVINGS BAXK
This bank i? always open until 8

o'clock 2n the evening on Saturdays
and Mondays; on other days of the

week it closes at 3 o'clock In the aft

ernoon. The bank will observe all

legal holidays, ooth state and na

tional, and will remain closed on

those days.
George Giles, President.

Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-19-tf

Blood Ionic lias
Important ieamng
Puts the Right Sort of Viirs
Where Most Needed.

To tcue the tlcod means to enable it to
throw off accumulated impurities, to In Increase
crease Increase the red corpuscles and to put the
blood-making organs into such active condi condition
tion condition as to produce that conscious sensation
of what we feel as health.
This is the logical efffct of using the
famous blood purifier, S. S. S.
Half the people you meet complain of
weary muscles, stagnant brain, jancled
nerves, and a wonderful desire to lav down
and just quit. Most of these peopfe have
been using nervines that spasmodicailv fiare
up the nerves only to die down again, as
die they must. Avoid nerve stimulant3.
Bear in mind that this worn-out feeling is
due to poor blood, to bacteria in the water
you drink; to the multiplying of destruc destructive
tive destructive germs in the blood faster than they
can be overcome by the white corpuscles :
and to what is known as auto-toxemia, that
condition where the venous or impure blood
accumulates faster than it can be replacec
by the red arterial blood.
S. S. S. has long been famous as a blooc
purifier, and Its action by elimination of
the irritating poisons that infest the blood,
is one of the very Important things to know
You can get S. S. S. at any drug store,
but take no other so-called blood purifier.
S S. S. is purely a vegetable product,
and you will make a great mistake to have
som j enthusiast palm off a mercury, arsenic
or iodide of potash preparation that may
do you irreparable harm.
S. S. S. is prepared by The Swift Specific
Co., 5.,3 Swift Bldg., Atlanta. Ga., and if
you have any deep-seated or obstinate blood
trouble, write to thefr Medical Dept. for
free advice. It will ba worth your while
to do so.

Southbound
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
n.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
Xo. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
3:30 a. m.;. arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
Xo. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
Xorthbound
Xo. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrive.
Jacksonville 6:45 a. rn.
Xo. 4 local leaves Tampa 9 a. m.;
arrives Ocala 1:12 p. m.; leaves
Ocala 1:30 p. m.; arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 5:20 p. m.
Xo. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p.

day for Ocala to nurse her 'brother,

Art Leavengood.
Mrs. F. S. Pedrick of Ocala is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Pedrick.
Mrs. 'Harrison of Inglis has ibeen
in Dunnellon for the past week nurs nursing
ing nursing her daughter, Mrs. E. L. Ray,
who has ibeen quite ill.

Sheriff Galloway of Ocala was a
familiar figure on our streets Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. Miss Clara Kibler has returned
fro ima very pleasant visit to her
cousin, Miss Ellie Kibler at Lake Lakeland.
land. Lakeland. The many friends of Mrs. F. J.
Titcomb will -be sorry to learn she
is very sick.
Dunnellon's new brick school was
officially turned over to the board of
public instruction Wednesday by H.
C. Hosford, acting for the construc construction
tion construction company, and was accepted by
the board, Messrs. W. D. Carn, B. R.
Blitch, J. S. Grantham and Superin Superintendent
tendent Superintendent J. H. Brinson, the entire
board, being present for the occas

ion.

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 OXE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case of
Catarrh that -vannot be cured by the

TT11 A S1

m arrivps fVala r, m j,rH,USe OI nan s aarru v,ure

I FRANK J. CHENEY.

lacKsonvine :au p. ra.

Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Xose and Throat. Office, Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.

PHONE 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
Immediate Attention.

Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of Dec December,
ember, December, A. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASOX,
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in internally
ternally internally and acts directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cbeney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Adv.
STAR wants ads. bring results

:J. L. SMOAK
t At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

J. E. FRAMPTON
piano tune;r

Located in Ocala, Fla,. Expert work
g-uaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
distributor
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala.

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If you are thinking of having you house
PAIXTED OR PAPERED or any IXTERIOR
DECORATIXG done be sure to see us before
letting your work out. We use nothing bat first
class material and have had

OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
We guarantee to give entire satisfaction.
S. J. Clupka & Walter Tagg
IV O. BOX 428 OCALA, FLA.
Estimates Given

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 comtortable, to the surprise of our patrons
from other states, who have an idea that it Is hot because In the south.
Water temperatures are mild, hanging around 80 to 85, so that the
most delicate person can derive much benefit from surf bathing.
Rates $2.50 to $3 a dey $12 to $18 a week.. Weelc end rates $4.50.
W. II. ADAMS, 'Oftner and 3Ianager, Pablo Beach, Florida

Star Want Ads. Bring Results

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BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
Effective from August 1, 1914 to August 1, 1915 and
Guaranteed against any reduction during that time :
Touring Car - S490
Runabout - S440
( F. O. B. Detroit, all cars fully equipped. In the United States of America Only.)
Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency in our factory production, and the minimum
cost in our Durchasin and sales departments if we

j- w
can reach an output of 300,000 cars between
above dates.

the

And should we reach this production, we agree to
pay as the buyer's share from $40 to $60 per car on
or about August 15. 1915 to every retail buyer who
purchases a new Ford car between August 1, 1914
and August 1, 1915.
For further particulars regarding these low prices and
profit-sharing plan, see nearest Ford branch or dealer
Ford Motor Compaev:

Ed. Tucker,
Distributor

Ocala,

Florida



t'.mi1Ul,

THE OCA LA EVENING STAR MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1014.
SEVET

PIN YOUR FAITH TO OCALA.
20 Per Cent. Real Estate Investment.
Does tills 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.
Tirles perfect. If interest! see me at once. They will not be
Ion? on the market at this price.
ET A niT"TO Ileal Estate and Fire Insurance

IMione 1!85

ocai.a, Florida

ANNUAL MOUNTAIN AND SEASIDE EXCURSION
ATLANTIC OAST LINE
Round Trip Rates from OCALA to
Washington $20.80, Richmond $18.80
Norfolk $18.80
ROUND TRIP HATES FROM JACKSONVILLE
Wilmington, X. C. $12.00 Chattanooga, Tenn ..$1.1.80
Winston-Salem, X. C: .$11.00 Monteagle, Tenn ...$15.07
Hot Springs, Va $18.50 Tate Station, Tenn $15.50
Roanoke, Va .$10.25 Warm Springs, Ga $ 9.00
Mammoth Cave, Ivy. $17.05
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,
Jacksonville. Tampa.

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Himself on His Appearance I
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business, hence our rapid work is al always
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elsewhere, while our charges are
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OCALA, FLA.

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Including Meals and Stateroom Accommodations

Good Returning any Steamer to October 31st.

CLYDE

LINE

Only Direct Line from
THROUGH RATES TO ALL P OIXTS IX NORTHERN STATES
Apply to II. G. WEXZEL, Florida Passenger Agent,
122 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.

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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 and will be ma
strictly ethicai lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4.-30 P. M. PHONE 333

4 9

Whole World Is Planning to Visit the Greatest of
Universal Expositions at Which Uncle Sam Will
Celebrate the Opening of the Panama Canal.
p"VIi:OUrrllorT the rld millions of people are planning to visit the Panama-Pacific Exposition, which opens
1 next yt-AT in San Francisco. Hallway and steamship agents report extraordinary advance bookings. Steam Steam-Jy
Jy Steam-Jy ships and railroads are planning low round trip rates, with privileges of routing never before enjoyed.
And while millions are preparing to visit the vast Exposition, which opens on Feb. 20, IDlo. preparations
for the Exposition itself are far advanced, and it has attained a stage of development unequaled by any universal
celebration in the history of the world. The vast exhibit palaces are completed, and the installation of the world's
marvels has begun. This unparalleled progress is not coniined to the huge exhibit section, for the state and foreign
sites and the great concession area, "the Zone," are being crowned by completed structures that leave no doubt
as to the preparation made for this magnificent Exposition.
The coming Exposition offers greater spectacles, greater beauty, wider education and more captivating entertain entertain-ment
ment entertain-ment than any predecessor, and instead of following precedents it has shattered them at every turn and has
adopted Improvements on old plans that will make it a typical and really modern Exposition.

Thirty -six foreign nations are participating, and the amounts appropriated run from the hundreds of thousands
to the $1. .100,000 of China and the $1,300,000 of Argentina. The states have not lagged In accepting the Invitation
to have their part in the glory of celebrating the completion of the Panama canal, and thirty-nine will be repre represented
sented represented if the list remains as it stands. New York tops this list with $1,000,000.
Contests will be offered such as have been seen in no other great assembly of humanity, and a few of the many
that are drawing the visitors are: The around the world aerop!ane race for $300,000 in prizes, the New York to San
Francisco motorboat race for $10,000. two harness horse racing meets for $1!27,000 in purses, yachting events for
cups offered by King George V. of England and President Woodrow Wilson, the first world's polo tournament, a
world's series baseball game and championships In every line of athletic sporty
No phase of the Exposition Is being neglected, and the railroads are doing their part by giving unprecedented
rates with a limit of ninety days and every opportunity to see the wonders of the United States by special rout routing
ing routing and side trips.

I EVENTUALLY
5 You'll have
: Cement Sidewalks

Put Down.
Why not now?
Ornamental Vases
of all kinds
made to order

: See, Phone or Write

us

: AT THE GRAY CASTLE :

By CORA A. CLAUSSEN.

"Why den't we go on?"

Marjorie leaned forward anxiously.

It was too dark to see the road. Only
the broadening pathway of light

thrown out by the car's lamps showed

ahead of them.

"Neri!" she called again, quickly.

From the side of the oad came

Neri's voice, soothing and musical, in
his own Palermese dialect.

"Some one has been hurt, signorita.

We very nearly ran over him, but I

stopped in time. He is half dead,

stabbed, a little below the heart.

"Oh, Neri, and we're miles from a
town. Can- you lift him in here with
me?"
"Signorita, he is very badly hurt.

There are lights on the mountain yon yonder.
der. yonder. Let me go for help."

"And perhaps find the very people

who stabbed him. "No," shivered

Marjorie. "I hate your Sicilian neigh neigh-borliness.
borliness. neigh-borliness. Lift him in, and I'll sit way
over on this side. How far is Aresti?"
"Too far for tonight. He would not
live. There is a castle on the farther
side of this mountain. The Rassalioni
family live there. We might find some
help there. A village lies below it,
possibly a surgeon and a priest. He
will need both before morning."
"Oh, be cheerful, Neri, please. It's
quite dreadful enough without burying
him already. Can I help you?"
She leaned forward, but Neri had
lifted the man in his arms, and
brought him to the tonneau. He was
unconscious. As Neri propped him
back on the seat, Marjorie saw he was

young, and no peasant type. The car

rolled along at top speed, taking the
rise of the road easily without jolting.
"The castle, signorita," Neri called
back over his shoulder. Above them
Marjorie saw a lonely mass of mason masonry,
ry, masonry, clustering piles around one huge
tower.

Neri. stopped before a postern door.

Above it hung a lantern lighted. Aft

er repeated pulling at an iron ring
fastened to a bell rope at the side the

dcor opened, and an old Italian peered

out anxiously. Neri spoke rapidly to
him, and he took down the lantern to

hold it before the unconscious face.

"Santa Maria!" he gasped. "Where

did you find him?"
"Don't ask questions," Marjorie ex

claimed. "Get seme help. He has

been stabbed. Carry him in."

Marjorie waited, a silent, restless
figure swathed in gray silk 'motoring
coat and gray veil, while they bore

the limp form into the shadowy court

yard. She followed slowly, under an
arched door into a dim old hall, low

ceiled and spacious. Here they laid
him on a couch, and Xeri talked in

low tones with the old man.
"What is it, Neri?" asked his mis

tress impatiently. "Dees he know

him?"

"Know him? Signorita, we have had

the fortune to rescue the Marchese di
Rassalioni. He has been set upon by
certain roaming banditti whom he had
threatened. He would have died If
we had not happened by. The mar mar-chesa,
chesa, mar-chesa, his mother
"I know all about her, Neri," Mar Marjorie
jorie Marjorie smiled in a tantalizing fashion
all her own. Deliberately she went to
the couch and looked down at the face
there. She had been evading meeting
the marchesa for days. -Lady Moore Moore-parke
parke Moore-parke had talked of no one else.
"He says it is dangerous for us to
return tonight," continued Neri. "Per "Perhaps
haps "Perhaps if you would stay here with the
marchesa, signorita, I could make the
trip, and relieve your father's mind."
"I think I will stay, Neri," she an answered.
swered. answered. The following day Ira Pradshaw,
convoyed by Lady Mooreparke, called
at the old castle. Marjorie was in the
garden.
Eradshaw stepped under the heavy
flowering vines of the pergola to look
at her. She sat beside a couch, lean leaning
ing leaning forward and talking eagerly. Her
lap was filled with roses. She had
tucked a dark red one over her ear
like a Sicilian girl, and another, Its
mate, lay on the marchese's breast.
"You saved mv life last night." he

was saying, "it lies in your hands, hands,-Eigncrita,
Eigncrita, hands,-Eigncrita, like your roses, to do with
as you please."
Marjorie raised the roses to her Hps,
and smiled down at him.
"You are to stay here as our guests
for awhile, did you know that?" he
added.

"I know. I told Neri last night to
tell dad I wanted to stay," she said.
"And all the rest is right on the knees
of the gods. They've started some something
thing something that interests me."
He reached for both her hands Im Impetuously,
petuously, Impetuously, but Marjorie rose, letting
the roses fall.
"When you are well," she warned.
"You musn't make love with a wound

in your side. And see, it is only one
day."
"It is the day of fate," he said husk huskily.
ily. huskily. "If you are not kind, I shall hope
to die from the wound."
She bent over him teasingly, yet
with tender eyes.
"Which wound, Guldo?" she whisp whispered.
ered. whispered. "Love's or the banditti's.
Haven't I said I wanted to stay? Get
well just as soon as you can. I will
wait until you can ride down the
mountain with me, before I go away."
"But you will never go."
"Oh," yes, I will, signor," she smiled,
"because, you see, I always wanted to
be married hi my own land."
(Copyright, 1914, by the McClure, Newspa Newspaper
per Newspaper Syndicate.)

CALLS HUNGER A SENSATION

Scientist Has Analyzed Cause and Ef Effect
fect Effect of "Gnawing" When Stom Stomach
ach Stomach Is Empty.

NOT SO STRANGE AFTER ALIi

You may think it strange that so
many people are cured of stomach
trouble by Chamberlain's Tablets.
You would not, however, If you
should give 'them a trial. They
strengthen and invigorat the
stomach and enable it to perform its
functions naturally. Mrs. Rosie Rish
of Wabash, Ind., writes, "Nothing
did me the least good until I began
using Chamberlain's Tablets. It is
decidedly the best medicine for
stomach trouble I have ever used."
For sale by all dealers. Adv.
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL AND
B. Y. P. U. CONVENTION

Thursady Afternoon. The Bible
Institute was conducted by Dr.
Green, wlio read 2nd Timothy, 2nd
chapte..
Fifteen or twenty scriptural cita citations
tions citations were given upon the subject:
"Search the Scriptures.
Dr. Green as a Bible instructor
showed himself equal to the occas occasion.
ion. occasion. At this point President Hill 'made
his annual report, which was strong
and full of logic.
The following officers were elect elected:
ed: elected: Rev. H. K. 'Hill, president;
!Mrs. Jennie "Morris, first vice pres.;
R. H. Howard, secretary; Miss Etta
Ward, corresponding- secretary;
Mrs. J. A. Patterson, treasurer.
Officers
Rev. A. L. James, president; Rev.
T. N. Howard, 1st vice-president;
B. R. Randall, 2nd vice-president;
Miss Olivia Brown, secretary; Miss
F. A. Collier, corresponding secre secretary;
tary; secretary; iMiss Christina McGhee, assist assistant
ant assistant secretary; Mrs. Serena Brooks,
treasurer; Rev. X. W. Robinson, sta statistician,
tistician, statistician, O. !M. Croom musical di director;
rector; director; Mrs. iH. K. Hill,, organist.
Executive Hoard
Rev. L. W. Crivillear, Dr. J. B.
Green and J. S. Moody.

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 Enterprise.
Aberdeen, Md. I discovered that it
was a quick and safe cure for diar diarrhoea.
rhoea. diarrhoea. Since then no one can sell
me anything said to be 'just as good.'
During all thee years I have used
it and recommended it many times
and i: has never disappointed any anyone."
one." anyone." For sale by all dealers. Ad.

OCALA PUBLIC LIBRARY

Open dally except Sunday from 3
to 5 p. m. Board of Trade rooms,
Ocala House bloc::.
Louise E. Gamsby, Librarian.

The most commonplace and familiar
facts are often hard to explain. We
see things happening constantly about
us and yet never stop to consider
whether we understand them or not.
Hunger i3 an example.
Every one knows that if you go
without food for six or eight hours
you will feel a "gnawing" sensation In
the pit of the stomach persistently de demanding
manding demanding food. The cause of this has
been often explained, but not satis satisfactorily,
factorily, satisfactorily, and as often contradicted.
Dr. William B. Cannon of the Har Harvard
vard Harvard Medical school has just com completed
pleted completed a series of experiments which
have demonstrated the direct cause
of the "gnawing" sensation. First of
all he showed the distinction between
appetite and hunger. Appetite is
evoked by the odor of savory food or
by partaking of bitters. It may con continue
tinue continue long after actual hunger is en entirely
tirely entirely satiated.
Hunger is distinctly a sensation. It
frequently is felt when the system is
really over-supplied with food and
conversely it may be appeased by a
very small amount of food even
though the system is emaciated.

If food is altogether withheld for

an indefinite period the sensation of
hunger disappears after the third day,

and does not return again even

though the patient dies by starvation

This is a relief to many persons, to
feel that starvation, though dreadful

and ghastly in its consequences, is not

necessarily painful.

Dr. Cannon's X-ray experiments

showed that under normal conditions
when the stomach has been empty
for a few hours it has a tendency to

spasmodic contractions lasting for a
minute or more with intervening pe

riods of relaxation. And these peri

ods of muscular action were shown

to correspond exactly with the feel

ing of the sensation of hunger. The

results of the experiment show plain plainly
ly plainly that mere emptiness of the stom stomach
ach stomach is not the direct cause of hun hunger,
ger, hunger, but that this muscular action is.

WOODMAR SAND AND
STONE COMPANY
Phone 331, N Main St
OCALA, FLA.

"Go North by Sea"
Merchants & Miners Trans Co.

STEAMSHIP LINES
JACKSONVILLE
TO
BOSTON
NEW YORK
BALTIMORE
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best

service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets

to all Northern and Western points.
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, pickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent. Com'l Agt.
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street, Street,-Jacksonville,
Jacksonville, Street,-Jacksonville, Fla.

ST. PETERSBURG
and Return
AUGUST 17,

VIA

PLAYER PHXO BARGAIN

I have a $750 player piano right
from the factory, not yet opened,
that I got in a close trade. Price
printed in gold letters on top. Bench,
cover and rolls with piano. Will
sell for about half regular price on
easy terms. Old piano -or any kind
of salable' property taken as part
payment. Address, Box 17C, Ocala,
Fla. S-5-4t.

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. Por
sale by all dealers. Adv.
NOTICE

All tire? and tubes sold at the
establishment of "Davies the tire
man" from July 1, will be sold only

for CASH,
count.

but with a 5 So dis-C-2S-tf

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's hall every Tuesday
evening at S o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

'3- I-

r-rtQ nnn nr n n jr. B,m?ni

a;JiUiIU Ul UllllIO W I UtfUS
Prescription No. CCG is prepared especiall
for .V.AL.ARIA or CHILLS FEVER'.
Five or six deses will break any cae. an?
if taken then as a tonic ifie Fever will noi
return. It acts on the liver better tbar
Calomel and does not gnpe or sicken. 25

"French Briar."
"French briar" is produced In
Sicily, Calabria, Corsica and of late
Fears Algeria.

Atlantic
Coast' Line
Tickets limited to August
20th. Good on all regular
trains.
. For information call on
M. R. WILLIAMS,
Ticket Agent, Ocala.
J. G. KIRKLAND,
Div. Pass. Agt., Tampa.

Mclvcr & Macftay
FuneraJ Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALUERS
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
f uneral Directors
ill Work Done by. Licensed. Im Im-balraers
balraers Im-balraers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES:
J. E. McIVER 104
;. V. ROBERT 805
nriertaklnx Office 47

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and Builder
jaretul Estimates M?de on All Con
rct Wcrk. Gives more and betur
vork tor tne money tJian ttay other
i.tractor in tne

HGCISTItATIOX NOTICE

The registration book for district
No. 1. (Ocala), will be open on Tues Tues-Jaj
Jaj Tues-Jaj WeJnesiay and Thursday of each
week from the 1st Monday in August
till the second Saturday in October.
ll14. In all other districts two days In
each week from the 1st Monday In
September till the second Saturday in
October. This registration does not
applv to any person who was a regis registered
tered registered voter prior to Jan. 1st, 1914.
Those who registered this year for th
first time in Marion county, though
they may have voted in the primary,
cannot vote in the November election
unless they register again prior io the
second Saturday in October.
7-23-6 wks dly D. M. BAR CO,
Supervisor Registration Marion Co.
Truert Repentance.
To do it no more is the truest re repentance.
pentance. repentance. Luther.

0



EIGHT

THE OCA LA E VEXING STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1M.
OCALA OCCURRENCES
INDISPENSABLE"
c
0
f
You may not realize it, but a good bank is indispensable to you as a busi business
ness business man and citizen.
Directly or indirectly, the bank affects every individual in the community
The more directly it affects you the more benefit you will derive.
Come in and learn how we are able and willing to help you in financial
matters.
K. of P. meet tonight.
WEATIIEi: REPORT
Elks meet tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

Board of Trade Wednesday night.

Fraternal Union Thursday night

Moose meet Thursday night.

Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Office supplies of all kinds at The
Murray Company. 8-G-3t

Stimulate your August business
"by a Star advertisement..

Globe-Wernicke cabinets and safes
at The Murray Company. S-6-3t

A Royal typewriter will make
writing a pleasure. Get one at The
Murray Company. S-G-3t

For a change of diet try a can of
Fleckenstein's homemade sauer sauer-krant,
krant, sauer-krant, at Carn-Thomas Co.'s. 8-10-3t

I repair all kinds of complicated
watches and clocks in the very best
manner. J. Charles Smith, the jew jeweler.
eler. jeweler. S-10-3t

This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min R. F
March average. .74 4 3 .03
April average. .81 CO .09
May average... S3 61 .05
June average... 90 70 .19
J uly 'Average. ..88 74. .15
August 1 86 68
August 2 . ... 80 78
August 3 81 71 .02

August 4 76 71

August o 86 71 1.22

August 6 72 72 .51

August 7 78 71 .64

August 8 88 71

August 9 89 72 .9S
Unsettled tonight and Tuesday.

Forecast
Probable local thunder showers.

TELEPHONE SURSCRIRERS

Will please list the
their directories:
32 0 Carney. E. L. .

following in

Residence

DISPATCH FROM AMSTERDAM
SAYS LIEGE IS NOT YET
TAKEN
London, Aug 10, S p. m. Reu Reu-ter's
ter's Reu-ter's tonight has received an Am Amsterdam
sterdam Amsterdam dispatch which denies the
fall of Liege. It says that every
fort is intact.

FRENCH MADE AN IMPORTANT

CAPTURE
Brussels, Aug. 10. It is reported

that the French have captured the

personal staff of the German army at

Colmar. Two German senerals werp

kille'd at Liege.

CLOSED HALIFAX AND QUEBEC

New York, Aug. 10. Halifax and

Quebec today are closed ports.

CROSSING LAKE CONSTANCE

Rome, Aug. 10. Eight Austrian

regiments crossed Lake Constance

today en route to Alsace.

THE MARKETS

The Atlantic Coast Line station

looks much nicer with its new coat
of paint.

The Woodmen have changed their
meeting place from Yonge's hall to
the K. of P. hall, and will meet there
next Friday at 8 p. m.

Dr. D. M. Boney, eyesight special specialist;
ist; specialist; office and laboratory 2-6 Gary
building. A specialty of correcting
vision where others fail. 7-25-tf.

Col. R. F. Rogers has presented
Mr. W. F. Blesch with two sturdy
young eucalyptus trees, to set out at
his home on Oklawaha avenue. Eu Eucalyptus
calyptus Eucalyptus is an Australian tree. It is
not only pretty, 'but is a guard
against malaria. r

I am prepared to do all kinds of
watch, clock and jewelry. repairing in
the neatest manner and in the short shortest
est shortest possible time. J. Charles Smith,
jeweler. S-10-3t

Col. 'Mortimer R. Crosby, of Car Car-Jeton,
Jeton, Car-Jeton, (Fla., -was a visitor in the city
Saturday and Sunday. Col. Cros'by
Is a Teteran of the civil war, served
in a New York regiment, and is a
anember of Gen. H. Thomas ipost G.
iA. R., of Jersey City.
' Mr. Charles Cullen says that the
dispatch today announcing that the,
English QhUnnel is clear of German
warships is ja. good joke. He says
there hasn'feen a German warship
in the channel for a month. It is
possible tnat there will not be any
in that strip of water for a week of'

months.

At the Baptist church yesterday

morning, Dr. Montague, of Columbia

College delivered a very strong ser

mon on the subject, "Blasting at the
Rock of Ages." There was a large

crowed out, but owing to the inclem

ency of the weather there 'was no

evening services. Dr. 'Montague also

spoke in the morning about Colum

bia College, which has spent from

$30,000 to $34,000 a year on the

young students, which has incurred

a debt, and during his stay in Ocala
has raised $1,000, practically all

cash, and is greatly pleased with the

amount. There has been $11,000

raised thruout the state.

NAVAL STOKES
New York, Aug. 10. Turpentine,

46; rosin, $3.05.

ALL PROVISIONS GOING UP

Chicago, Aug. 10. Hogs continue

to advance. September wheat 9.1:

pork, $23.50;

12.5.

lard $10.35; ribs

SUSPECTED OF REING

A GERMAN SPY

Col. R. F. Rogers has bought the

old Grothe property on North Lime

street and is improving it. This was

uuctj a. nne property, out has gone

j . j I

uown greatly in the! last dozen years.

Col. Rogers will sodn make it better

Man Who IHew Up a Canadian Rail

way Bridge was Shot
Ottawa, Aug. 10. The railway

bridge at Lake Bouchette, north of

Quebec, wlf. blown up today. Three

people were killed. A trespasser,

believed to be a German spy, was
shot and killed.

PUSHING THRU THE

MOUNTAIN PASSES

han

ever.

Mr. John McCorkle has closed the

west side of the Ocala Mouse Wine

Rooms, at the A. C. L. depot. Mr.

(McCorkle did not find keeping iboth

rooms op-en paid him, so closed the

one that seemed least in demand.

French Lost Heavily in Forcing their

AVay Thru the Vosges
Paris, Aug. 10. It is officially re

ported that the French have captur

ed strongholds in the Bonhomme
and Sante Marie passes of the Vosges

mountains in Alsace. Losses are

heavy.

The sheriff's office Saturday night
raided a "skin" game at Standard

mines and (brought in eleven 'partici

pants. They -were given a hearing

before Judge Smith this morning and

sentenced to pay a fine of five and

costs or serve sixty days in the
county convict camps. Five of the

eleven paid their fines, while the

other? were taken to the county

jail.

KEEPING THE CHANNEL CLEAR

New York, Aug. 10. The Belgian

consul has been officially notified
that England is in complete control

of the English Channel and North
Sea as far north as Antwerp.

ITALIANS ARE EMI5ITTERED

If you are HUNGARY for a piano
bargain RUSSIA self to Lansford's
and let him SERVIA. Former prices
completely annihilated. Name your
own prices and terms. S-10-3t

Mr. W. O. Brown of St. Louis, Mo.,
is in the city for a few days lookin?
after land be owns in this county.
Mr. Brown was given a letter of in introduction
troduction introduction to Mr. H. 8. Wesson by
his brother-in-law, Mr. W. S. Haw Hawkins,
kins, Hawkins, who has visited Florida and is
a special friend of Mr. Wesson.

CHASE & SANBORN'S
Famous Tea
Packed in Air Tight
Containers
Diamond Sixty, 4-lb loc
Diamond Sixty, 2-lb 30c
Orange Peko, i-lb... 15c
Orange Peko, 2 -lb 30c
Oriuif, Formosa-Ooloong, 2-lb. .30c
Basket Fired Japan, 2-Ib 35c
Emperor's Blend, Green and
Black, ii -lb 20c
Emperor's Blend, Green and
Black, H-lb 35c
Seal Brand, Enough Said, H-lb. .40c
"Fancy" Formosa-Ooloong, 4vS 25c
4Fancy" Formosa-Ooloong, 2-s 50c
Fancy" Ceylon, India, 4 -s 25c
"Fancy" Ceylon India, 2-s 50c
"Fancy" English Breakfast 4-s 25c
"Fancy" English Breakfast J2-s 50c
special Ceylon India, 2-lb 30c
Special Ceylon India 1-lb GOc
0. K. Teapot Grocery,
OCALA, FLORIDA
PHONES 16 AND 174

The warm summer months don't
seem to effect the attendance of the
business men's class at the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist Sunday school. Their quarters
are comfortably filled at each meet meeting,
ing, meeting, and tne enthusiasm of ttte
"boys' in securing new members
grows vtiih each Sunday's meetirg
Three rew members were added yes
terday, the both the lieutenants
were aosent from the citv.

Mr. and Mrs. E. X. 'Holt, Miss Holt
and Mr. Woods, passed thru Ocala
Sunday noon in their Ford car, be being
ing being enroute to their home at Wabas Wabas-sa,
sa, Wabas-sa, St. Lucie county, from a two
months trip in North Georgia. The
party will go via De Land, Daytona
and Titusville.

English Agriculture.
As Somersetshire is devoted chiefly
to dairying, cattle raising and sheep sheep-herding
herding sheep-herding the Somerset horned sheep,
the Devon long wools, and the hardy
Exmoor breed are there found in per perfection,
fection, perfection, as well as herds of nonpedi nonpedi-greed
greed nonpedi-greed shorthorns for the production of
the famous Cheddar cheese. Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture is extensively carried on in Glou Gloucestershire
cestershire Gloucestershire and Wiltshire also, but one
does not there lind the variety of Som Somerset.
erset. Somerset. London Mail.

Character Told by the Nose.
It is an ancient belief that the nose
indicates ancestry. We speak about
the ariAocratic nose with its high
bridge and the plebeian nose of the
toiler. Certainly, in a great many
cases, race can be distinguished by
the nose. The Hebrew could hardly
be confused with the typical negro
nose. The highly-arched nose is sup supposed
posed supposed to indicate tendency to rule, and
the flattened nose shows servility.

Against Aiistrians for Destroying

their Property at Antivari
Rome, Aug. 10. Italians are em embittered
bittered embittered against Austria 'because of
the bombardment of Antivari, in
which much Italian property was destroyed.

CANADA'S GIFT TO
THE MOTHEB COUNTRY

Ottawa, Aug. 10 Canada has giv given
en given a million bags of flour to aid li.
the national defense of England.

ACCUSED GEBMANS OF
COMMITTING OUTRAGES

Brussels, Aug. 10. The war office
announces the massacre by Germans
of all the residents of the village of
Sicrun, in the province of Liege.

CONVOYED BY" A
JAPANESE CRUISER

National

Resources Over Half A Million
ACTIVE TJ. S. DEPOSITARY.

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I have bought the retail saloon busi business,
ness, business, located on Magnolia Street, in the
Commercial Bank Block, and invite my
friends in Ocala and Marion County, and
throughout the State, to call on me and
make my place their headquarters.
I will make a specialty of Draft Beer
the finest, richest, creamiest beer in
the city. .:
Everything good to drink and smoke
will be kept. All mail orders, whether
large or small, will be filled on return
train.

JJnIhum

Respectfully,

Pluonie 293

9

Qcala Florida

M -.n

Had No Sympathy for Him.
One night an Irishman passing the
box of an elevated station in New
York failed to convince the negro
ticket chopper that he had deposited
his ticket. There was an active dis discussion
cussion discussion which resulted in the ticket
chopper throwing the Irishman down
the elevated stairs. He therefore
brought suit, and his lawyer, by the
exercise of considerable ingenuity, se secured
cured secured a jury entirely composed of
Irishmen. It looked like a certainty,
but the lawyer did not know the Irish.
They found against the plaintiff, on
the ground that an Irishman who was
licked by a negro deserved all he got.

Yokohama, Aug. 9. The Canadian
Pacific Line steamer Empress of
Japan, under charter 'to the British
government, sailed from Yokohama
yesterday for Hong Kong, convoyed
by a Japanese warship.

RUSSIANS WEKE UEPULSKD

K. of P. meet Monday evening.

Berlin, via London, 'Aug. 9. A
Russian cavalry .brigade yesterday
morning attacked the German troops
near Soldau, in East Prussia. The
attack was repulsed with consider considerable
able considerable losses.

MONTENEGRINS ARE SOME
TJOMBARDERS T H ELM S EL V ES
Vienna, Aug. 10. A Montenegrin
gunboat today bombarded the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian fortifications of Cattaro.

Suffered In LIbby Prison.
The late Isaac Meader of Hallowell,
Me., was one of the soldiers who suf suffered
fered suffered in Libby prison. At the out outbreak
break outbreak of the Civil war he enlisted in
Company D of the Sixteenth Maine
regiment, serving for two years.
While on outmost duty before Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg he was captured and was taken
to Libby prison, where he remained
more than six months. At the time
be was captured he weighed 180
pounds, but tipped the scales at only
92 pounds when released from prison.
At the time of his enlistment he was
only 16 years of age, one of the young youngest
est youngest In service from Maine.

In Her New Place.
"How are you getting on at your
new place?" remarked a lady of a girl
whom she had recommended for a sit situation.
uation. situation. "Very well, thank you," an answered
swered answered the girl. "I am glad to hoar
it," said the lady. "Your employer is
a very nice person, and you cannot do
too much for her." "I don't mean to
ma'am," was the iiiuc-cfci itiy.

Wile 11

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Transfer & Sflontp C.
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling

PHONE 296

Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Furniture, Pianos
ami Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best.

S3

We Sell
BEAVEIt BOARD
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling In
Quality or Price
IXVESIGATE.

1

COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

5

WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?

FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR
W03IE. TALLAHASSEE

College of Arts and Sciences; Normal
School; School of Music; School of Art
Extension Division; Graduate School.
Modern Gymjaslum with swimming
dooI. Basket ball and tem.is courts;
new and modern buildings; beautiful
campus; dormitories have all modem
lonveniences ; new dinlnsr room and
Utchen most hyenlc in Florida; 418
oung women from 43 counties and 12
states last session.
TUITION FFiKE in HnlU and N'nr.

fTial School. Doard and entrance fec
,'jT year 124. For catalogue write
EDWARD COXRADi. President..

UXIVERSITV OF FLORIDA
GAINESVILLE

8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal
Vrts; Law; Engineering; agriculture;
Teachers College; Experiment Station:
Extension Division; Graduate School
Ten new brick buildings, besides gym gymnasium,
nasium, gymnasium, swimming pool and manr sub subsidiary
sidiary subsidiary buildings. 1 officers, instruc instructs
ts instructs and assistants. 354 younsr men
from 47 Florida counties and 24 states
ind foreltrn countries last fession.
TflTlOX FREE. Board and Entrance
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