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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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VOL. 21.

OOALA. FLORIDA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1914

NO. 188

i

III PEOPLE THE VICTIMS OF EX-

HTIIIG IN EUROPE USED AS A CONVENIENT EXCUSE TO

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'ev York, Aug. 11. America to to-faces
faces to-faces an unparalleled advance in

lees on food stuffs and other com-

lities as a result of the European
Prices have already jumped

hi 10 to 100.

CLIMBING IX CHICAGO

Chicago, Aug. 11. -Following are

ay's quotations in this city: Sep-

vber wheat, 9G; pork $20.02; lard

87; ribs'$12.40.
faxcy prices foi: flour

linneapolis, Aug. 11. Flour has
anced a dollar a barrel.

EAK AVI LL SOOX BE WORTH

ITS WEIGHT IX SILVER
Chicago, Aug. 11. 'Meat -has risen

;m two to six cents a pound and

er commodities accordingly, in
last few days.
YET THERE IS XO DEMAND
FROM EUROPE

Berlin, Aug. .11. A commission

resenting all the great cities of
?niany has reported to the govern govern-nt
nt govern-nt that Germany can feed herself
a year 'without assistance.

FRENCH ,AXD GERMANS ENGAG ENGAGED
ED ENGAGED FIERCELiY ALONG 20
MILES OF FRONTIER
Paris, Aug. 11. French and Ger German
man German armies are engaged for a dis distance
tance distance of twenty miles along the fron frontier
tier frontier this afternoon.
Fierce fighting is taking place at
Longwy, Languyon, tMarville, in
France and Virion, Belgium.

ODEXT AT AXTIYARI MAI

MAKE AUSTRIA AXOTHER

ACTIVE ENEMY

ome, .Aug. li. naiy ioua.y ae-

jtnsed from (Austria an explanation

the bombardment of Italian busi

es houses in the Montenegrin port

Antivari.
BEGINS TO LOOK BILIOUS
Rome, Aug. 11. It is rumored to to-;ht
;ht to-;ht that Germany and Italy have

rered diplomatic relations.

CONCEALED IN A CHURCH

SCOUTING FOR
MERCHANT SHIPS

SWIFT BRITISH CRUISERS MAKE
VESSELS OF ALL NATIONS
ACCOUNT FOR THEM THEMSELVES
SELVES THEMSELVES Sandy Hook, Aug. 11. A warship
answering the description of the
British cruiser -Essex was sighted to today,
day, today, headed in the direction of New New-York
York New-York harbor, -but turned at Ambrose
channel and again put to seat. The
Italian liner Amerika arriving today,

reported having (been hailed off Nan Nantucket
tucket Nantucket light last night by a British
cruiser. The Amerika was ordered
to hoist her flag and obeyed, after
which the cruiser departed.
Tampa, Aug. 11. The American
schooner Courtney tHouck from Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore last night was ordered to
show her colors in Providence chan channel
nel channel on the (morning of August 5th
by a warship 'believed to 'be British.
The Courtney Houck unfurled the
American flag and -was allowed to
proceed.

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I I V I V L .

Map of Austria-Hungary and Servia
This map shows Austria-Hungary and Servia, with surrounding countries.
It is in this section of Europe that the principal wai action center.. Vienna
is the capital of Austria, and Belgrade is the capital of Servia.

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MA

1 OF TODAY'S

DISPATCHES

iraians of Antwerp Were -Prepar

ing to Start a Backfire
Antwerp, Aug. IT. Three thou-

nd German rifles were found today

dden in an ancient church here. It

believed they were smuggled in by
rman residents.

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

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

FIRST BULLETIN', AUGUST 11, 112 M.
Beljcians admit Germans are in Liege city, but claim they Mill hold
the forts. Germans bombarding with heavy guns.
Servians trying to take Visegrad, Bosnia, from Austrians.
Believed that Japan will declare war on Germany tomorrow.
Harbors of Canada all mined. Ocean liners commandeered to take
Canadian troops to Europe.
Italy demands from Austria explanation of destruction of Italian
proj)erty at bombardment of Antivari.
German losses around Liege estimated at 2000 killed, 20,000
wounded and 10,000 captured.
French aeroplane destroyed German Zeppelin above valley of the
Meuse.
SECOXD BULLETIN, AUGUST 11, 2:30, P. M.
American dealers in provisions are putting up prices out of all rea reason.
son. reason. Looks like Italy will fight Austria and Germans in Asia will be at attacked
tacked attacked by Japan.' 1
Forty thousand Germans landed in Finland.
Belgians still hold forts around Liege.
Mrs. Woodrow Wilson laid to rest in Myrtle Hill Cemetery, at Rome,
Ga., this afternoon.

FORT! THOUSAND BIG HAUL IDE
INVADE FINLAND

POWERFUL GERMAN ARMY HAS
LANDED IN VICINITY OF ST.
PETERSBURG
Copenhagen, Aug. 11. The com commander
mander commander of the fortress of Sveaborg,
on the coast of Finland warned the
people of Helsingfors today to leave.
-Forty thousand Germans are report reported
ed reported marching on the city.
RUSSIANS ARE READY
Stockholm, Aug. 11. A Russian
army of 100,000 men is concentrat concentrating
ing concentrating on the Gulf of Finland to meet
the German attack at Helsinfors.

OTHER TELEGRAPH NEWS ON
PAGE EIGHT.

Captured Hamburg-American Steam Steamer
er Steamer with Five Millions in
Coin
London, Aug. 11. The Hamburg-

I American Line steamer. Cap. Orte-

gal, with $3,000,000 in specie
aboard, has been captured by the
British, according to the Daily iMail.
The liner sailed from Buenos Ayres,
July 16 for Southampton.

OPEN DAY A.rD 51UHT

Merchant's Cafe. A. C. L. depot

i corner. Meals a la carte ana lunettes

at any hour. Adv.
OTHER TELEGRAPH NEWS ON
PAGE EIGHT.

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ICR IRITATED
GERMANS

WITH THE

Bill

GAINS

ARE AGAIN FORMING THEIR STURDY
FOR BATTLE

REGIMENTS

Tokio, Aug. 11. It is rumored
today that Japan will declare war on
Germany with 24 hours. The em emperor
peror emperor is expected to arrive here early
tomorrow.
The Japanese are much irritated
with the actions of Germany in tho
far east. The German fleet at Tung

Chow- has already seized the Russian
steamer Riazan, (Jhrryang British sub subjects,
jects, subjects, has driven one hundred mer merchantmen
chantmen merchantmen to the refuge of Japanese
ports and has emibarrassed the entire
Japanese shipping in the Orient.
BULGARIANS ARE READY FOR
RATTLE
Sofia, Aug. 11. The premier to today
day today officially announced "Bulgaria
will observe the strictest neutrality,
'but will take (measures to repulse
any attack on 'her (territory." The
pronouncement was wildly cheered.
CAN HARDLY" KEEP OUT
London, Aug. 11. The latest de developments
velopments developments at Tokio and -Rome lead

to the 'belief in diplomatic circles

that both Japan and Italy will soon
be involved in the European war.

Japan 'has not officially declared neu

trality.

"ill If 1 1

BULLETINS

Amsterdam An unconfirmed re report
port report says that an entire German di

vision has been caught in ambush

and annihilated near Liege.
Vienna Austrian cavalry captur captured
ed captured Miechow, in Russian, Poland, to today.
day. today. Washington The state depart department
ment department was informed today that the
English Channel would be mined
from end to end, to offset the effect
of mines planted by Germans.
Brussels 'Fighting has been re renewed
newed renewed at Liege. The Germans are
bombarding 'the forts.
London The Belgian legation ad admitted
mitted admitted today that a small force of
Germans are occupying the city of
Liege, 'but declared the forts were
still intact.
Paris French destroyed a Ger German
man German airship in cour department of
the -Meuse.
'Maestricht, Netherlands Germans
today captured the Belgian town of
Tongres, between Liege and Hasselt.
Paris Servian troops led by
Prince Alexander fiercely battled in

IMMENSE AID CAN BE GIVEN B
THE DOMINION TO THE
EMPIRE
Montreal, Aug. 11. Following the
announcement that the harbors of:
Montreal, Quebec and 'Halifax had.
been mined; It was stated today that.
4the Jlan-' liners Alsatian, Victorian
and Corsican have been command--eered
by the Dominion government,
for 'the transportation of troops and
supplies.

the streets of Visegrad City, Bosnia,,
today for possesslon of fthe city,
Xish Austrians again bombard bombarding
ing bombarding Belgrade.
Brussels German losses around
Liege today estimated at nearly 32, 32,-000;
000; 32,-000; 2,000 killed, 20,000 wounded,
10,000 captured.

London England now has half a
million men under arms. The num number
ber number will be more than doubled.
Paris Twenty-five hundred Aus Austrians
trians Austrians were today ordered to leave
France.

CONSTITUTIONALISTS WILL
ENTER MEXICAN CAPITAL

Federals Reported to Have Retreat Retreated
ed Retreated to Puebla
Mexico City, Aug. 11. The fed federal
eral federal army is withdrawing to Puebla
today, where it will be held ready
for battle if the constitutionalists
commit excesses after occupying the
capital. Provisional President Car Car-bajah
bajah Car-bajah leaves this afternoon for Vera
Cruz. The constitutionalists troops
are expected Thursday. 'Huerta sup supporters
porters supporters are fleeing to the coast,

BRITAIN 3IAY HAVE
LOST A WAR BOAT
San Francisco, Aug. 11. The
German warship sighted today out outside
side outside the Golden Gate is believed to
be the Lelgzig or Nuremburg.
Wreckage coming ashore today Is
thought to -be part of the British
sloop of war Shearwater, known to
be in these waters.

The 50 lots we offer are
worth more than $100
each divided oetween
forty or fifty people. Now
is your time to Buy.

HOUSE AND LOT

ran?

JIM

GIVEN AS A PREMIUM for the purchase of 50 JLOTS lat $100.00 EACH.
Terms to suit EVERYBODY. 5 PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR CASH. Sale
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sideration consideration of our prop proposition
osition proposition and a look at
the property.
Buying is up to you.

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THE OCA LA EVEXI.VG STAR, TL'KSDAV AUGUST 11, 1U14.

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

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J. II. Benjamin, Editor

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Whether the Germans have taken
Liege or not, it has certainly held
them awhile. And there is more
than one Liege between them and
Paris.
If the United Press and the Inter International
national International News Service couldn't ob obtain
tain obtain any news of people being killed,
how the Associated Press papers
would wallow in gore.
The old expression, "stumbling
l)lock," can now go away back and
sit down. Since' the resistance of
Liege to the Cerman advance, a Bel Belgian
gian Belgian -block is more expressive.
Its no fault of the Belgians that
they have had a war thrust upon
them, and it will be only justice if
they make their invaders suffer se severely.
verely. severely. Even the war has not made those
Georgia papers forget about the pri primary.
mary. primary. Times-Union.
Everybody will be taking the war
as a matter of course in the next six
weeks.
Its rather queer to remember that
a state of war does not officially exist
between Franco and Austria, tho
Germany, Austria's ally, is righting
the French, and the Austrians are
sending troops thru Southern Ger Germany
many Germany to help them.
We have a dispatch this morning
that a French aeroplane has de destroyed
stroyed destroyed a German airship, but we are
afraid to print it. The proper thing
for French and Germans to do wih
their aeroplanes and Zeppelins is to
iput them In storage like other
valuable furniture.
1 A Christian nation would ibe very
shy of coming to the aid of friendly
powers so much outnumbered as
Germany and Austria are, but it
looks like the Turk is going to throw
the weight of his by no means puny
sword into the scale. He might as
well, however, for if Germany and
Austria are beaten, the crescent will
coon be in total and permanent
eclipse.
k An Associated Press dispatch says
that a German submarine attacking
British warships was gunk. Notwith Notwithstanding
standing Notwithstanding it comes from the Associat Associated
ed Associated Press, the Star is inclined to be believe
lieve believe the story. Trying to sink Brit British
ish British ships is the long suit of German
submarines just now, and if they fail
even a Hearst news agency will not
deny them the privilege of being
sunk themselves.
The race for the America's cup is
probably off. Sir Thomas Lipton's
yacht which sailed from England
two weeks ago, is yet at sea. It will
probably arrive safely as it is hardly
possible that a German warship
would make a "prize of the little
sporting craft, but even if it does
people won't have much heart for a
race until the war is over.
Elsewhere appears a very timely
article from the Savannah News, ad advocating
vocating advocating an increase of the Ameri American
can American army and navy. In case Ger Germany
many Germany and Austria win in this war, it
will be highly necessary for the Unit United
ed United States to see that those two na nations
tions nations do not try to extend their con conquests
quests conquests to America.
That is a nice, sanitary arrange arrangement
ment arrangement of the Germans to cremate the
bodies of their dead in the field. It
must commend itself to the German
father and mother, wife and sister,
to knowr that the strong, brave man
they send away today may return
next month by parcel post, neatly
packed in a nice little tin box. Or
that the wind may scatter him over
a neia to aia in raising .t'rencn or
Russian crops next year.
It is not a surprising matter that
Americans in Germany are being
subjected to much inconvenience and
some hardship and even danger. In
time of war. strangers in any coun
try are under suspicion. In addition
to this, Germany is at war with
Great Britain, and while an Ameri

can is never mistaken for an Eng-

as second class matter.

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lishman in Britain, he is often mis mistaken
taken mistaken for one in other parts of the
world. The German people seem to
have the kindest feeling personally
for Americans, and their government
is on' good terms with ours, but we
need not blame them from taking
all precautions against possible spies.
Under the circumstances, Americans
in America would do the same thing.
THE STRICTLY AUTHENTIC
ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Associated Press is doing the
very best it can to furnish the most
authentic and reliable news.' It has
not yet assassinated the German em emperor
peror emperor nor has it sunk the entire Ger German
man German fleet. It has had no battle in
the clouds with maddening aero aeroplanes,
planes, aeroplanes, nor has its submarines, fol following
lowing following the course of the gulf stream
creating consternation and imperil imperiling
ing imperiling all the battleships that have not
already tbeen sunk. The Associated
Press is doing what it can to move
along with accuracy. Banner.
The Banner's assertion is not war war-ranted
ranted war-ranted by facts, as anyone who reads
the papers can see.
The Associated Press is good
very good but it isn't infallible,
and its use seems to inoculate some
of its customers with a "holier-than-
thou" spirit which is not only Phari Pharisaical,
saical, Pharisaical, but ridiculous.
There has not any news service as assassinated
sassinated assassinated the German emperor, but
several have printed rumors that an
attempt had been made to assas assassinate
sinate assassinate him. Why shouldn't they, if
it was sent to them?
There was a report, the same day,
in the Star's service, and the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press of a battle between a
French aeroplane and a German Zep Zeppelin,
pelin, Zeppelin, in which both were destroyed.
It is true that this report did not ap appear
pear appear In the Banner's rather restrict restricted
ed restricted service, but it was displayed in
large type on, the first page of the
Tampa Tribune, which takes the As Associated
sociated Associated Press.
Reports of a great naval battle in
the North Sea were as prevalent and
persistent in the Associated Press as
any other service, as anbody knows
who reads the Times-Union,- "Metrop "Metropolis
olis "Metropolis and the Tampa papers.
The following appeared in the
Banner Sunday morning:
"Xew York, Aug. 8 Private cable
advices received here report that the
flotilla of German torpedo boats had
attacked the British warships in
Humber, a waterway to Hull, on the
English east coast, sinking four ves vessels.
sels. vessels. A number of those making the
attack were also lost."
This has not been confirmed, so it
evidently didn't happen. Destruction
of four British warships differs from
the destruction of nineteen German
warships only in degree, not in kind.
It will also be observed by the fore foregoing
going foregoing dispatch that the Associated
Press takes advices from a "private
cable," (that is a private message,
as there are no private cables), as
assiduously as anybody else.
The Star hasn't seen anything in
any paper about submarines follow-
f the gulf stream. But speakin
of "battles in the clouds, with mad
dening aeronlanes". the following is
an Associated Press dispatch:
"London, Aug. 9 The- Times cor
the fishtine: at Liege, says, aerial
fleets were used by iboth Belgians
and Germans. The fighting in mid
air' was desultory but deadly. A
huge Zeppelin sailed over Liege dur during
ing during the early fighting, 'but was pur pursued
sued pursued by a Belgian aeroplanist who
risked and -lost his life in destroying
it. After the destruction of this Zep
pelin the Germans confined their
aerial activity to the use of scouting
aeroplanes, several of which were
destroyed by shots from the forts.
Attempts to destroy the aeroplanes
with shells were usually unsuccess
ful, however, owing to the inability
to shoot high enough.
"Two Belgian aeroplanists
were attacked by the German
artillery at a moderate height
nearly rendered unconscious
who
field
were
by a
shell which burst just beneath them.
They reached the ground safely, how however."
ever." however." The Associated Presb and the
other news agencies on this side of

the ocean are obtaining their news
about the war from practically the
same sources. The Central Xews,
Reiner's, the Havas and others are
much older than the Associated
Press, being names that were fa familiar
miliar familiar to those who read the dis dispatches
patches dispatches from the Russo-Turkish war
and the English occupation of Egypt,
over thirty years ago.
The Star has a very good press
service, but it isn't such an amateur
in the newspaper business as to
claim it is infallible. There is one
thing that can be said of it, however,
and that is, that at least half a doz dozen
en dozen of the dispatches it sent to the
Star yesterday were confirmed in the
Banner by the Associated Press this
mornins

.Messrs. Z. C. Chambliss and L. S.
Light, who have been nominated 'by
Commissioner of Agriculture McRae
to represent Marion county at the
extraordinary session of the South Southern
ern Southern Cotton Congress in Washington,
Aug. 13 and 14, have notified the
Star that it is impossible for them to
attend. Mr. Chambliss has appoint
ed the editor of the Star to serve in j
his place, and Mr. Light has re requested
quested requested the Star to use its influence
to obtain a capable delegate. Wash Washington
ington Washington is too long a walk for the
Star man to make by the 13th, and
tho' Tie both "chopped" and picked
cotton in his young days, he couldn't
qualify as an expert now. So we fear
Marion county will go unrepresented
at this meeting.
There is not a little probability in
the rumor that Japan will declare
war on Germany. Japan is far more
jealous of Germany than of Britain
in the east. About 150 miles south
of Port Arthur, and across the Gulf
of Pe-che-li, is the fortified city of
Tung Chow, which the Germans took
away from the Chinese about a doz
en years ago. japan would HKe to
have this city, and in case of war
will make an attempt to take it. It
would not be as difficult to capture
as .fort ATtnur.
The Times-Union ridicules the re
port that the Germans have landed
40,000 men in Finland. Judging by
the reports that have come from Fin
land for the last dozen years, a Ger
man army would ibe received in that
country with open fins. And 40,000
men up that way could give the czar
considerable trouble. Come to think
of it, Charles XII. of Sweden had
only 9000 men at Narva.
Some of our friends, complained
because the news was comparatively
tame yesterday. Patience, gentle
men; 'the horrors have only com commenced.
menced. commenced. There have been only af
fairs of outposts so far. The armies
and navies will come together soon,
and even that conservative Associat Associated
ed Associated Press will pile the dead up like
cord wood in a few days. Before the
'battle flags are furled, you will read
of more slaughter than mankind has
ever conceived of, so far.
HER BOY
I hear the blaring band go by; I
hear the marching feet;
All day they drum their dreadf j1
dirge along the dusty street.
I hear the crowds give cheer on cheer
of fierce and delirious joy.
And wonder if they see him there,
my little, little boy.
A baby only yesterday, with soft and
vsunny hair;
So helpless and so innocent; so frag fragile
ile fragile and so fair.
So strong I felt to shield him then,
safe sheltered in my arm,
It seemed to me the whole wide
world could never do him
harm.
And oh, the long, long nights I
watched beside his trundle
bed
Td fright away the pain that racked
his little fevered head.
I fought his battles for him then: he
leaves my side today
To fight far greater ones alone, and
oh, so far away!
The little dimpled hand that lay so
trustingly in mine
Must grasp a rifle barrel soon along
the firing line.
My baby boy I held so close I felt his
fluttering breath
Has left me empty-armea and gone
to see the face of death.
And never mother's voice to soothe,
nor mother's arm to shield,
From all the direful perils of the
smoke-hung battlefield!
Oh, why must mothers stay behind?
Is not a mother's place.
Beside the baby that must look in
death's remorseless face?
The years have wrought a change in
him that only others see
For all his soldier uniform, he's still
a boy to me.
Sent forth to kill he knows not why,
a king's insensate toy,
While I must wait and pray at home
my baby, baby boy!
New York American.

AMERICANS SHOULD
INCREASE THEIR ARMY

Savannah Xews: Preparation for
war in time of peace does not mean
continued peace. That is shown -by
Europe's distressing situation-. It
does not follow, however, that lack
of preparation lor war would mean
continued peace. That it would be
fatal for any large European nation
to pay no attention to navy and
army building nobody doubts. It
would not ward off war in that way.
Its stronger neighbors would be only
too willing to take part of its terri territory
tory territory or its commerce. If is thought
nothing of possible war but directed
all its energies to building up a great
and profitable trade it would be
tempting its stronger rivals to de destroy
stroy destroy its commercial prestige 'by
force of arms.. The conclusion from
all this is that neither preparation
for war nor lack of preparation pre prevents
vents prevents war.
But the nation that is best pre prepared
pared prepared for war suffers least from it.
Hence, preparation, so long as other
nations are prepared,
is a simple
necessity, mat lact and the war
that is being waged in Europe gives
especial weight to an interview give
a day or two ago iby General Leonard
ood, former chief of staff of the
United States army, and the man
who would likely be commander-in-
chief of American armies in the
field in the event of a war in the
next few years. He said our array
was inadequate; that it should be
considerably increased; that guns
and ammunition in much greater
store should be prepared as their
manufacture in large quantities re required
quired required time. Admiral Dewey thinks
the navy is too small; that there
should be one capital ship for every
state in the union.
This is a good timo to boost the
movement for a larger army and
navy, for the public, reading war dis dispatches
patches dispatches from Europe, begins to see
the folly of an inadequate land and
sea force. Before the European con
flict is over it will see the crushing
of armies of the nations that have
failed to get ready for it during the
and 'little navy men are likely to
find themselves in the minority. Yet
the "big army and navy" people
might do well to follow President
Wilson's advice to the country and
"keep their heads."
Until that dreamed of but far off
time when there will be a great
world court to settle all Internation International
al International disputes in peace the nation that
fails to prepare itself as if It expect expected
ed expected war need not hope for peace. War
may be 'waged, as Alfred 'Xoyes
wrote, "for a port to export prunes,'
or for any of a great variety of rea
sons, or for no Teason at all except
that the nation that begins It -thinks
It can win and thus remove a rival,
but it certainly is not prevented by
that rival's helplessness.
FOOD PRICES SHOULD FALL
Xew York World: If merchants
In the eastern states are making an
excuse of the war to charge higher
prices for good,' they will perhaps
be made later to listen to some ele
mental truths by having stock left
unsold upon their hands.
War produces at the same time
famine In market lands and glut in
producing lands. Food is contra
band .It can be shipped to England
or France only if the sea is success
fully patrolled and at buyer's risk.
It cannot be shipped. to Germany at
all, and German cities already feel
the -pinch of want. It is the price
they pay for permitting an auto
crat to make war over their heads.
Railroads refuse to bring food here
for export. It is clogging up some-!
where, waiting for peace. Imported
groceries and supplies, German beers
and French wines together with other
like commodities may for a time sell
higher, and legitimately so; the stock
once exhausted cannot at present be
replenished. But no foods raised on
American soil have any reason for!
showing scarcity prices unless that
reason existed two weeks ago.
Later, when an impoverished world
takes up the task of paying for wan
ton destruction, it may be different;
but just now let there be no nonsense
about raising the price of American
food to consumers, i-ooa prices
should fall, not rise.
MAIUOX-DUX.V 3HSOXIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F.
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Carn, W. i..
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad
"The tight skirt," says an ex exchange
change exchange in a headline, "Is passing.'
"Which is too true," adds the Em
poria Gazette. "One passed the win window
dow window a moment ago thru which we
saw a wart on the left hind leg of a
perfectly strange lady."

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OCALA HOUSE NOW OPE!
TK WING to the great demand for 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
vill 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
House, and no hotel in the state will be better
equipped to care for the traveling public, and at
moderate prices.
LOUIS N. Long, Manager

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Ltitu uCAla EVENING STA1C TUESDAY AUGUST 11, 101-I.

THREE

XLAWAHA RIVER ITEMS

On board the Sharpshooter, Gra Gra-mville,
mville, Gra-mville, Aus. 9. The Sharpshco: Sharpshco:-to
to Sharpshco:-to Silver Springs, then to Palatka
esday.
The Clarice -was put in commission
Ducrest.
The Merry Widow is in commis-
Ln at Eureka.
The Stafford was reclaimed from
le bottom of the river.
The Wanderer arrived at Silver
rings; cleared for Jordan.
The .Morris, from Honeymoon
tlge, to Jodan.
The Santa Maria left Grahamville
r the Blue Roads.
The Oregonian II. is in commis-
bn as a dispatch boat.
The 'Harry Lee is on the ways at
alatka, and the Kingfisher carries
e mail from Palatka to George-
The Okeehumkee III., the Kar:
pne's day vessel, for the Oklawa-
t river, has left Boston for Palatka.
The Okeehumkee II. and the Hia Hia-atha
atha Hia-atha are at East Palatka at the
art Line's quay.
The Osceola steamed for Jackscn Jackscn-lle
lle Jackscn-lle Monday.
The tug boat iMoody, from the
iiouth, to Palatka.
The tug boat Princess Irene a:
onnor; to Indian Bluff.
The pleasure yacht Isabel, from
s Kiss to Blue -Roads.
The tourist yacht City of Ocala is
ored Into her berth at the danc-
I The pleasure launch Ervin D. is
Mt in commission.
The racer runabout Launa at Sil Sil-(
( Sil-( r Springs.
The G. A. Carmichael, the nen
reighter, is moored at the Ocala
'ransportation Company's quay; not
l commission.
Fishing is Good
The unsettled wave, and a waning
noon, and morning star Jupiter
hese and a low river make the fish
)ite; so fishing is good, fellows.
Artesian Wells
The artesian wells of Marion coun
ty are over in the country that
lorders Lake George.
The Weird Oklawaha
The old olive green stream flows
silent, like a film, turning and
f.vhirling with the grace of the gods.
fThe weird cypress, leaved with fine
Pace moss with long grey Spanish
moss, the towering pine, the bunchy
palmetto, like burr-heads, and the
weeping willow bending low; the or orange
ange orange and imagnolia and ash; old
hickory with partners of sweet gum,
and cedars all silhouetted against
the sapphire sky. And the slow and
familiar call of the birds of the
latilrv 1? m Ir i n a to.nn to-nnn tho
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owl's 'Whoo-whoo, whoo-ah, and the
eagle's scream, and the clarion notes
of the mocking bird; and the croak croaking
ing croaking frogs; and the jay-fowl's squawk.
The Katydid, his winding and grind grinding
ing grinding up the night, and millions of
frogs, sitting around on floats down
here under the star lighted night,
they turn, turn, twank, twank and
go around me. The alligators bel bellow
low bellow and stirs 'the rain drops. The
steamboat's whistle sounds the fast fast-enesses
enesses fast-enesses of this whole inland basin:
rudd down in the village the? saw ;mills
w
hum. Curling smoke drifts skyward
from the floating rafts. All these go
in the soup and old Sol a standing
by throughout the day watches and
the bright stars and sometimes Luna
in the night watches the famous
Oklawaha river basin is depicted.
And like a blue necktie the Silver riv river,
er, river, most marvelously dangles."
Farming in the Highlands, Lowlands
and Wilds
Farming along the old stream and
its rills and frontier highways and
and Return
AUGUST 17,
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20th. Good on all regular
trains.
For information call on
M. R. WILLIAMS,
Ticket Agent, Ocala.
J. G. KIRKLAND,
Div. Pass. Agt., Tampa.

ST. PETE1SB

the logging and cross tie bu.-iness
are in first class condition. The al alluvial
luvial alluvial land and the lowland and high highland
land highland of the basin are the very best
for farming, ranking along with the
volcanic formation land of "Where
Rolls the Oregon."
The timber standing in the basin
is thick and strong and it is easy
to get to the stream. Oxen are us used
ed used generally to haul this timber to
the river. Of late years the hard hardwood
wood hardwood timber has been cut into. A
great portion o-f the hardwood forest
lie3 along the stream and is of easy
access. I shall here say that, every
Oklawahan lives happy and is pros prosperous.
perous. prosperous. The only Oklawahan motto
that I know exists throughout the
basin and is: "Our Daily Bread."

Even the vessels of the Oklawaha
carry this ancient phrase engraved
on their 'bowsprits.
In Oklawaha Dells
Peaches began to ripen the first of
June and you may find in this valley
around the homes ripening peaches
and in the homes blushing peaches
in these days of August.
Springs and Springs
Blue Springs in western (Marion, at
Juliette, and not far from her Ro Romeo,
meo, Romeo, boils just 19,747 gallons of
water peer minute less than Silver
Springs.
Salt or Perrian Springs, in Marion
county, eastward from Grahamville,
twenty miles via the Florida Xation Xation-aTpark,
aTpark, Xation-aTpark, contains the following ingre ingredients,
dients, ingredients, tabbed in sample Xo. 2, which
was made in 1907:
Calcium oxide (cao) iol,50; mag magnesium
nesium magnesium oxide (mgo) 193,30; sulphate
(sc) 360,44; Chlorine (cl) 123S, 123S,-97;
97; 123S,-97; silica (slO) 30,00; making a
total of solids amounting to 5322,70.
Salt Springs tastes salty and the
river boys say it is good to drink if
you can cultivate a taste for it. It
is a great fishing pool for mullet es especially,
pecially, especially, also the spring is a first class
health resort.
Mosquitoes in the river country are
scattering and in some places scarce scarcely
ly scarcely a mosquito bill is present.
The mosquito loves the oak and
the lands which are drying up from
an overflow.. The oaks of the river
generally are hidden in amongst the
forest. The river swamps and the
affluences of the rills into the river
seldom dry up. At any time through throughout
out throughout the four seasons you can spread
a pallet on board a river vessel and
lie down under the stars and sleep
peacefully. The cool river night al always
ways always settles down after six o'clock in
the evening and you will need a
blanket.
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The Mills Steamboat Line has
planted at this station, Grahamville,
a saw mill. Saturday J. W. Randall
and Lonnie Randall hauled in a load
of mulberry and ripped out on the
saws ribs for their two dispatch
boats. Friday part of the Helkat was
sawed at the mill.
Historical
The two neighboring tribes of the
Vitachuco Indians which dwelt in
the wilds around Silver Springs -were
the Ocalas and the Kanapahas.
Queens and Their Leisuring
Miss Hilda Mills, of Apopka and
.Miami, arrived. Misses Helen and
Kate Mills are her entertaining
hostesses.
Miss Etta Faglie, of Madison, has
arrived. Miss Ethel Sewell is Miss
Faglie's hostess.
Mrs. Alonzo Long and 'Miss Cora
Wellhoner went to Ocala Friday
shopping.
To Motor Boat Owners
The motor vessels must be equip
ped with government regulations.
Any vessel not properly fitted out is
subject to fine, so any one without
regulations must be sure and get fix-
eel
Lights, fog bell, fog horn, life
preservers, whistle are some of the
pharaphanalia required to run a mo motor
tor motor boat. A. A.G.
THE CASE OF Lu L.. CANTELOU
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 Chamber-Iain's
Iain's Chamber-Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. After using the second bot bottle
tle bottle she was entirely cured." For sale
by all dealers. Adv.
WOODMEN OF THE "WORLD
Fort King Camp ;o. 14 meets in
Vonge's Hall at 8 p. m. evry second
and fourth Friday. Visiting sov
ereigns alwayp welcome. Adv.
F. J. Burden, C. O
Chas K. Sage, Clerk.
Advertise in the STAR for results.

MONTEAGLE
SUMMER RESORT

If you wish to go away tor the
summer please correspond with Mrs.
E. W. Williams, who conducts the
Cumberland i-iouse at Monteagie.
Tenn. Rates, $7 to ?10 per week.
Two months Chautauqua, from July
1st to August 31st, which is 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
the South. Write at once to Mrs.
E. W. Williams, Proprietress, tae
Cumberland' House, Monteagie, Ten
nessee.
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THE metropolitan
SAVINGS BANK
This bank is always open until 8
o'clock In the evening on Saturdays
and Mondays; on other days of the
week it closes at 3 o'clock in the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The bank will observe all
legal holidays, ooth state and na national,
tional, national, and will remain closed on
those days.
t-poge Giles, President.
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-19-ti
STORES WTLLi CLOSE THURSDAY
The undersigned merchants here hereby
by hereby agree to close their respective
places of business on Thursdays at
1 p. m., beginning June 4th, and
continuing to and including Septem September
ber September 10th, and also Hgree to close
their places of business not later
than 6:30 p. m. on other days ex excepting
cepting excepting Saturdays.
H. B. Masters Company.
Rheinauer & Company.
E. T. H'-lvenston.
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. Bostick.
Theus-Zachry Co.
A. M. Lansford.
J. R. WThite & Co.
STOP THAT FIRST FALL. COLD
Check your fall cough or cold at
once don't wait it may lead to se
nous lung trouble, weaken your vi
tality and develop a chronic lung. ail
ment. Get a bottle of Dr. Beel's
Pine-Tar-Honey today; it is pure and
harmless use freely for that fall
cough or cold. If Baby or Children
are sick give it to 'them, it will re relieve
lieve relieve quickly and permanently. It
soothes 'the irritated throat, lungs
and air passages. Loosenes Phlegm,
is antiseptic ana tortmes tne sys system
tem system against colds. It surely pre
vents cold germs from getting a hold
Guaranteed. Only 25c. at your Drug
gist. Tues. ... Thur. Fri. Adv.
Oi'JbJi ALlEj XICiHT
The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
lace to take your meals. Open night
and aay. J. R. Dewey, poprle
tor.
NOT SO STRANGE AFTER ALLi
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.
"Go North by Sea"
Merchants & Miners Trans. Co.
STEAMSHIP LINES
JAG KSONVILLE
TO
BOSTON
NEW YORK
BALTIMORE
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
New Steamers. Low Fares. Besi
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and ticket
to all Northern and Western points
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent. Com'l Agt
City Ticket Office. 25 Hogan Street
Jacksonville, Fla.

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Lake Weir. Aug. I A r?r:y o: j
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came down from We:.-:er las: T.uir.-- j
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day to spend a week or ten Jays at
the Martin Hotel.
The friends of Mr. Edward Camp
will be glad to know he has entirely
recovered from his sligm indisposi indisposition
tion indisposition while in Atlanta and has now
gone to Rock Island to visit an old
school mate before returning home.
Complimenting her guest. Mrs. R.
A Burford, of Ocala, Mrs. J. H. Hill
entertained at a rook party Thursday
morning at the lovely home of her
.brother, Mr. J. L. Carney. Three
tables were arranged in the living
room and the game went merrily on
despite the heavy rain and wind
storm without. Mrs. Movers reached
the highest score. At noon .the
tables were spread with dainty cloths
and a delicious two course luncheon
of stuffed crabs, potato salad, sal-
tines, cheese sandwiches, pickles,
unch, ice cream in cantaloupe was
served by Mrs. Hill and her little
maid. The fortunate guests who
were invited to enjoy the morning
with Mrs. Burford and Miss Hill
were: Mrs. R. L. Martin, Mrs. H.
W. Henry, Mrs. J. B. Martin, Mrs.
. H. Clements, Mrs. George Mac-
Kay, Mrs. G. S. Scott, Miss Mary
Piatt and Miss Myrtice Camp.
Mrs. John Pasteur left last Thurs
day for South Carolina on a sick call
to the bedside of h.2r sister who is :
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alarmingly ill.
Mr. J. T. Lewis Jr., spent the week
end with his parents coming down j
from Ocala, where he is taking a
busines course.
Rev. Meltcn, of Plant City, prtach-
ed two very interesting sermon?. Sun-
day to large congregations, and de-
cided to hold a series of meetings be- j
ginning October 5th.

Why Take the

of your beer becoming impure?
You are not asked to take a similar
risk with other kinds of food.
And yet, every time you buy beer in
a light bottle you must assume the
burden of keeping it away from light
to avoid that skunky taste.
Get Schlitz Brown Bottle, and you get
beer that is kept pure from the brew brewery
ery brewery to your glass.

See that Crown is
branded "Schlitz."

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On the Atlantic ocean, seventeen miles from Jacksonville; facing
the finest, smoothest and broadest bathing beach in the world. The
summer climate is cool and comfortable, to the surprise of our patrons
from other states, who have an idea that It is hot because in the south.
Water temperatures are mild, hanging around 80 to 83, so that the
most delicate person can derive much benefit from surf bathing.
Kates $2.50 to $3 a dey $12 to $18 a week.. Week end rates $4.50.
W. II. ADAMS, Oner and Manager, Pablo Beach, Florida

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

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Ocala, Fla.

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LAID TO REST

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f

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31airlae f .Mrs. Mary
- ilov to M p.'' John
Workman

The friends oftha4ove-narnel
popular couple are learning with
much pleasure of their marriage last
evening in Jacksonville. The cere ceremony
mony ceremony took placd at the home of the
bride's brother, Mr. John V. Dodge,
the marriage serice being perform performed
ed performed by Dr. W. 'II. Dodge, pastor of the
Presbyterian church of this city, and
.father of the -brkle.
" The bride was exquisitely robed in
white crepe de chene and carried an
immense bridal bouquet, and was a
charming and -beautiful bride. Stand Standing
ing Standing with her was Mrs. John Dodge as
matron of honor. She carried pink
carnations. Mr. Eugene Dodge, a
brother, acted as best man. An
elaborate wedding dinner followed.
The newly weds' left immediately
for North Carolina, where they will
spend two weeks, (thence to Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, S. C, for a visit of some days to
Rev. and Mrs. Witherspoon Dodge,
after which they will go directly to
Miami to reside, Prof. Workman

having recently accepted the
cipalship of the 'Miami high
for this winter.
Mrs. Workman's traveling

was of tan made en coat suit.
While the engagement of the
couple has been suspected for some
time, nothing definite was known,
the plans for the marriage being kept
a profound secret. Dr. and 'Mrs.
Dodge and their daughter went to
Jacksonville Sunday night, where
they were joined 'Monday noon by
Mr. Workman, -who has been teach teaching
ing teaching in -the normal school at Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee for the past six weeks.
The .bride has made her home in
this city for ten years, coming here
with her parents, and is a lovely
young woman with many charming
characteristics and carries with her
the sincere good wishes of a host of
-admiring friends. Mir. Workman is
most popularly known to every par parent
ent parent and school child in iMarion coun county,
ty, county, where for eleven years he served

as principal of the Ocala High School
and made for himself an enviable
reputation. He is considered among
the state's best educators and dur during
ing during the years of service in this city
succeeded in raising the standard of
the Ocala school to where it is now
rated as one of the very best in Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Aside from the fact of being a
graduate from several of the South's
best colleges, Mr. Workman is a most
exemplary young man.

Mr. and .Mrs. Workman's
Ocala friends will wish them
happiness and good fortune in
new home.

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wishes.
simple.

Ga.. Aug. 11. The

presi-here

funeral train arrived

before 2 o'clock this after after-Knteriria
Knteriria after-Knteriria automobiles the
cor:ege proceeded to the
e-byterlan church without

according to tne president s

The services were brief and

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The remains were interred

at Myrtle Hill cemetery. The presi presidential
dential presidential train will leave at C o'clock
for Washington.

many
much
their

prm prm-school
school prm-school dress

Mr. W. T. Gary and bright little
son Wilbur, will leave on the early
morning train tomorrow for Xew
York City to join Mrs. Gary and
family, who are spending the sum summer
mer summer in that city. Mr. Gary expects
to be away several weeks and will
visit many places of interest, spend spending
ing spending some time both at Niagara and
Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. William Preece are
in Gainesville until Thursday, Mr.
Preece being director of the band of
that city. Mrs. Preece will visit with
friends in Palatka before returning
home.
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Thoughts lor the Day

leave the garden and bar

Mrs. A. K. Taylor arrived from
Jacksonville last night for an ex extended
tended extended visit to her daughter and
son-in-law, .Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Xew Xew-som,
som, Xew-som, Jr., at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Xewsom.

Mrs. L. B. Tydings and daughter,
Miss Ellie Tydings, who came in aj

few days ago from llliston, are the
guests of relatives at Anthony.
Master Marion Lummus left this
morning for Jacksonville, where he
will be the guest of his uncle, Mr.
Sam Pyles for a week or more.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Henry Raysor haye
returned to their home at 'Lowell
after a week-end spent in the city
with relatives.

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the gate
Put an angel there with a sword to
wait.
But what can the bars or the angel
do
To keep its fragrance from stealing
through?
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' Miss Irma Blake was the eejL
hostess of 2tr" Verji. informal sewing
party this morning, given in compli compliment
ment compliment to her guest Miss Emma Mae
Trammell of Pensacola. The morn morning'
ing' morning' was spent In conversation in
keeping with the merrj' hum of the
needles until the noon hour when a
delicious lunch consisting of iced tea
and many kinds of sandwiches with
nut cheese balls was served the
guests ib 3- Master Robert Blake, the
bright young brother of the hostess.

I Miss Blake was assisted in her duties
jas hostess by her mother, -Mrs.
: Robert Blake and Mrs. E. L. Carnej.

Miss Cecile Downs sang several
numbers and Miss Sara Gross played
some selections. The rooms were
decorated with purple asters. Invit Invited
ed Invited to spend the morning with Miss
Blake and the honorees were Misses
Ethel Haycraft, Nellie Gottlieb,

! Mamie and Sarah Gross, Henrietta

Rabe, Annie Laurie Perry, Mamie
Carlisle, Cecile Downs, Rosebud Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, Gladys Martin, Ethel Seymour
and Clara Johnson. Miss Trammell
will be in the city for about ten days
and is making many friends 'by her
bright and happy nature.
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ing needing them, should by all means inspect
our stock and see the great values offered.

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s Miss Winnie Hunt returned Sun-J

day night from a ver3' pleasant out outing
ing outing of two'lyeeks with (Mrs. J. H.
Spencer at hersummer home on the
gulf north of Port Inglis. She had a
fine time bathing and fishing and is

tmuoh benefited ;by

her rest.

Miss Pearl

popular young

KeereJ

salesladies

from her vacation, mosof which she

one of Frank's

is home

SHECHAL SALE ON

spent at White Springs.

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(Mr. W. A. Carlton of Wrightsville,
Ga., is in the city for a visit to his

sister, Mrs. H. M. Hampton. -Mr.

Carlton is instructor in French and

Latin in one of Wrightsville's edu

cational institutions.

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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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Every Shirt guaranteed as to
color and wearing qualities.
Great reductions in
all Summer
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Dry Goods,
Embroideries, etc.

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Ocala, Florida

.Miss Beulah Whitney is expected
home today from Ocala, where she
has heen spending some time, 'the
guest of iMiss Katharine Livingston
and Miss Caroline Harriss. Miss Liv Livingston
ingston Livingston and Miss Jackson of Birm

ingham, Ala., will accompany Miss

Whitney home and will ho her
guests at her home in Riverside for a

stay of indefinite length. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. (Master Otis Green, who is spend spending
ing spending his vacation at Lake Weir with
his mother, Mrs. O. T. Green and
grandmother, Mrs. Edward Badger,
has as his guest for this week Master
Robert Gissendaner.
Mr. John R. Martin accompanied
by his. daughter, Miss Sarah Pearl
Martin and son, Mr. W. M. Martin
and their guest, Miss Mildred Wood Woodward
ward Woodward of Atlanta, returned home this
afternoon from a few days spent in
DeLand as the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. John F. Williamson. -While in
DeLand they motored to the beach
for a day and otherwise enjoyed a
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most aeiignttui outins. Thev were

accompanied home by Miss Clara
Johnson, who has been the guest of
Miss Katherine Wideman since Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Master Charlie White, the bright
little son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe White,
returned yesterday afternoon from a
visit to his grandparents in Lake Lakeland.
land. Lakeland. 9mm
Miss Fannie Robinson of Ocala is
spending several days in this city,
the guest of friends. Jacksonville
(Metropolis.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Davis, who
have been spending the summer at
their camp at Shell Island on the
gulf, returned to their home in Or Orlando
lando Orlando Monday after a few hours
spent in this city with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lloyd returned
today from an over-night visit to Mr.
and Mrs. L. R. Chazal at Woodmar.
Mrs. B. D. Blackburn and three

children, who have heen spending
the past six weeks in North Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, will return home Friday. They
will be accompanied hy two of 'Mrs.
Blackburn's sister's children, a boy
and a girl, who will visit them for
some time.
Misses Sue Moore and Elizabeth
Davis of Ocala, are spending several
days in this city. Jacksonville Me Metropolis.
tropolis. Metropolis. Mrs. Etta Rood Robinson is the
guest of friends in Jacksonville for

KEEP THE MILK CLEAN

the week,
noon.

going up Monday after-

'Mrs. John Graham and little
daughter will leave on the Seaboard
tomorrow for Jacksonville, where
they will remain a few days the
guests of Mrs. Graham's mother,
(Mrs. B. I. Hull, after which they will
go to Biltmore, N. C, for a two
months' stay.
!Mrs. A. P. Gilmore and children
and Mrs. Gilmore's mother, Mrs. JE.
J. -Smith, left yesterday for Chatta Chattanooga,
nooga, Chattanooga, Tenn.f to visit relatives.
Miss Meme Davis accompanied hy
her house guest, Miss Ruth Ley of
Lakeland, were guests of friends in

the city today, returning to their

home at Lake Weir this afternoon.

Mrs. Clyde Emerson left yesterday

for a few weeks visit to Asheville,

N. C, and later will spend some time

at Hot Springs, Ark.

Miss Fannie Cook has resigned
her position in the Klein dry goods

store and after a two months Taca Taca-tion
tion Taca-tion will take up her residence in
Richmond, Va.
Mrs. E. H. Peter returned to her
home today from the hospital.
There were about ten delegates
from Lake Weir and Ocala who went
to Dunnellon this afternoon to attend
the W. C. T. U. convention which is
being held there. There will also be
a matron's contest for a silver medal
tonight under the auspices of the W.
c. t. r.

The milk supply of Ocala is fairly
good; it can -be made hetter. Watch
the milk reports published each
month dn the dally papers. See if
your dairyman is delivering TT;

clean milk, and notice the rating his

dairy is given hy the hoard of heaTHT
each month. The inspection of the

dairy takes into consideration the

health and cleanliness of the cows,

their -food and water, and comfort;
the condition of the stables, their lo location,
cation, location, construction and condition of

the utensils used in handling the

milk. iMIlk rooms should be tho"ro
ughly inspected, as it is here that the
milk is handled after milking, and
the milk room must he well screen screened,
ed, screened, scrupulously clean, and boiling
water or live steam must be had in
abundance in order to wash and ster sterilize
ilize sterilize the utensils properly.
Cleanliness Is of paramount im importance
portance importance in every step in the
handling of milk; the attendants
must 'be clean, the cows clean, all

utensils, the barn and milk room and
the operation of milking.
The examination of milk gives the
percentage of butter fat, this in,
connection with the total solids de determines
termines determines the richness of the milk.
Therefore the greater the total sol solids,
ids, solids, the les3 water you are buying.
The number of hacterla Is an in indication
dication indication of the cleanliness of your
milk, and depends. on many factors.
To produce clean milk you must
have a clean dairy, hut the milk
must also be kept clean; this means
that all the utensils coming in con contact
tact contact with it must he sterilized. The

I milk should he cooled immdeiately

after milking, and kept cold until
delivered to your door.
If your. child is taking milk, its life
is in the hands of the milkman.. It
is an ideal food in many ways, hut It
is also an ideal culture medium for
bacteria when not properly handled.
Clean milk ds food; dirty milk Is a

poison. See4that you receive clean

milk, then keep it clean.

2

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OF fill

GERMAN HOMES

LWILJa RETURN IN ASHES OR BE

SCATTERED TO THE
, WINDS

New York, Aug. 11. Portable in

cinerators for the cremation of dead

on the hattlefield, will be used by
the German army in the present war.

according to advices, received by Dr.

Hugo Erichsen, of Detroit, president

of the Cremation Society of America.

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conflicts of the past has been of the
crudest possible description," said
Dr.' Erichsen. "The general staff
of the German army, however, has
adopted a portable crematory that is
capable of incinerating twenty-five
bodies an hour. The ashes, when whenever
ever whenever possible, will he returned to
Germany for burial."
The Empress and Princesses of
the Imperial family of Germany per personally
sonally personally are participating in supply supplying
ing supplying food for reservists passing thru
Berlin. They are enthusiastically
cheered hy the troops, who tion't
stop to think that all the German
imperial family has is taken from
the common people.

GUARDED THE GOLD

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

RAVARIANS HAVIi Z-r
QUARREL WITH BELGIANS

London, Aug. 11. Many Bavar Bavarians
ians Bavarians are deserting or refusing to join
their colors, the idea of fighting the
peaceable Belgians, whose queen is
a beloved Bavarian princess, being
very popular with them.

Ten Million Dollars is an Awful Lot
of Trouble
Bar Harbor, Me., 'Aug. 11. Lock Locked
ed Locked in four steel express cars and ac accompanied
companied accompanied by an armed guard of
forty express messengers and detec detectives
tives detectives the $10,600,000 of gold coin in
kegs from the German liner Kron-

terday in a special train to Ner
York whence it was shipped abroad
ten days ago.
The treasure was transported
across Frenchman's Bay to Mount
Desert Ferry by the revenue cutter
Androscoggin. The greater part 'of
the day was occupied in transferring
the forty tons of metal from the cut cutter
ter cutter to the 'wharf in the liner's hoats.
During this process detectives and
messengers were augmented by aa
armed squad of marines.
Advertise In the STAR for results.



THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY AUGUST 11 1914.

FITO

re Yon Suffering Wmmo)

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dictionary

says that Auto
Intoxication is

Poisoninc cr

4V cfrsfo rf Ysrl r,nicnnf f rnrrt 4vwi en'kef rro vrrv?tTrvl within the

body." This is a condition due to the stomach, towels, kidneys, liver, or
pores of the body failing to throw off the poisons. Moi than 50 of adults
are suffering from this trouble. This is probably why you are suffering from
nervousness, headaches, loss of appetite, lack cf ambition, and many other
symptoms produced by Auto-Intoxication. Your whole system needs stirring up.

(In Tc&ici cj ZJzu'd Farm)
will remedy the trouble. It firct aids the system to
expel accumulated poisons. It acts as a tonic and finally
enables the body to eliminate its own poisons without
any outside aid. Obey Nature's warnings. Your dealer
!n mcd!c!T,ff. v' iwvPy ycu, t? v s"ri f-flc fnt fx sam"13
package of tabled LyrasJ. AcUixWpr.YJI.?jerte, Buffalo,!

The latest cd't?on of Ir.
J'icree'a Common iei3
kieii'Ci Aovi-;-.- thcuJ
be in eery larsf.j. K-j
reason why you jhouM
be without it when it WiJ
i -! 'ent i ree tc yrri if ycu
will remit c-t cf wrap wrap-T
T wrap-T :nr i nd mai !inr ?ln-
stamps to Dr
Horcs, IteSab. 1.'. 1'.

OUK WIRE FENCING IS BUI4L-STROXG, H O It S E-H I G II,
AND PIG TIGHT.
COME IX. AND PRICE OUR FEXCIXG WIRE, AXD WE'LL
DO BUSINESS WITH YOU. YOU'LL FIND OUR WIRE AXD
OUR PRICES RIGHT. V
WHATEVER BE YOUR NEEDS IN HARDWARE' YOU'LL
FIX!) OUR STORE THE PLACE TO SUPPLY THOSE XEEDS.
AXD REMEMBER, OUR HARDWARE STANDS HARD WEAR.

Maura!

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Phone 118, Ocal

ARE YOU
ENGAGED

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TvE ?J5 ENGAGED IN CONDUCTING OUR JEWELRY
STORE FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PEOPLE OF THIS COM COMMUNITY.
MUNITY. COMMUNITY. 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.
WHE THER IT IS AN ENGA GEMENT RING OR ANY AR TICLE O F
JEWELRY WE HAVE IT FOR YOU AT A FAIR AND SQUARE
PRICE.

A. E. BURNETT

RELIABLE JEWELER
OCAL A, FLORIDA

BOARD OF TRADE

All members of the (board of trade
All members of the Board of
Trade should attend the meeting to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening. The site for an
union depot and other affairs of
greatest interest to the city will be
discussed.

ARE PLEASED WITH OCALA

Another Excellent Family Will be
Added to Our Residents
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan D. Cannon
are in the city for a few days, stop stopping
ping stopping at Mrs. T. 'M. .Moore's. They
came here from Orlando, where they
have resided for the past six or eight
months. They have visited Ocala
before and have had in mind coming
here to live for some time and we
are glad to state have definitely de decided
cided decided to do so. (Mr. and Mrs. Can Cannon
non Cannon do not like a tourist town and
have formed a most favorable im impression
pression impression of our city and the people
and surroundings. They have leased
through iMr. F. W. Ditto the resi residence
dence residence in the second ward owned by

the T. C. Hall estate, and will come
to Ocala on Sept. 15th to take up

their residence with us. Mr. Cannon

spent many years of his life in active

business in ;Xew York City, but re

tired some time since and will take

it easy through the remainder of his

years. 'Mr. and iMrs. Cannon's son,

Mr. Alcott of "New York, -will also

come with them to Ocala.

OCALA HOUSE IMPROVEMENTS

Fine China, Carets and Other Fit Fittings
tings Fittings to Ix? Purchased
at Once
Mr. Louis X. Long, manager of
the Ocala House, will leave tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow or next day for New York City,
where he will buy the carpets and
china for the Ocala iHouse. 'Mr. Long
will have the carpets cut and sewed
while there, to fit each room and
hall. He will get some very fine
goods and have the rooms all fitted
up by early fall. The china for the

dining room will be something new
and pretty. -Mr. Long will only be

away a few days, as he goes strictly
on business.

BUSINESS MEETING TONIGHT

This evening at 7:30 in the lec

ture .room of the iM. E. church,

South', the Senior Ep worth League

will meet in business session. The

election of officers for the ensuing
year will take place at this meeting.
All members are urged to be present

as all members are entitled to a

voice in the election of officers.

FRENCH ARRIVED

IN GOOD TFME

Liege

To Help the Belgians Hold

Against the Germans
London, 'Aug. 11. A telegram

from Charleroi, Belgium, to the Dally
Mail, dispatched on Sunday night,

says a force of French troops arriv arrived
ed arrived in time to participate in the sue
cess of General Leman's. Belgian dl

vision over the German troops invest

ing Liege.

The correspondent adds: "The

French succeeded in reaching the

town of Liege and -working -behind
the. Germans cut off their retreat.

"The Germans are said to have
lost 8,000 killed and wounded, while

1,700 of them -were captured,
give the figures under reserve.

SHOOTING SPIES BY THE SCORE

Belgians Find Hundreds of Enemies

in the Heart of Brussels

Brussels, Aug. 11. Brussels has
been covered by a network of Ger German
man German spies. Six hundred already have
been arrested and' one hundred were

shot last night.

Some of the Germans captured

wore uniforms of gendarmes, civic
guards, soldiers and. officers of the

Belgian army. Many were armed

with 'bombs and revolvers and rode

in automobiles bearing false num

bers. .They also had In their posses possession
sion possession telegrams with the counterfeit
signature of, the Belgian Minister of
Waz.
Just before and after the fighting
(began, private signs were discovered
on bridges, military works and aque aqueducts,
ducts, aqueducts, (indicating that these struc structures
tures structures should 'be blown up.
Severe -precautions' have now (been
taken by the military authorities.
Xo one is admitted at the Tailway
stations without a military permit.
Automobiles are halted at every
mile.

HALL INTERESTED IN

AN HISTORIC HOTEL

Old and Famous Duval of Jackson

ville Will he Renovated by
Man from Ocala
Times-Union:' Application was

filed yesterday for permit to remodel
and so change the Duval hotel that
even its oldest friends will not rec

ognize it -when it is completed and
opened for business this winter.

-William Foor, who owned the

lease on the building, has sold a half
interest to R. S. Hall of Ocala, one
of the best known turpentine and
naval stores men of the state, and

they will make the old hotel equal to
the -best in the city before they are
through, spending some $25,000 on

the building.

NOTHER HANDSOME
RESIDENCE FOR OCALA

It is not generally known in the

city, -but we understand that tMr. and
Mrs. Ford -Rogers of 'Michigan and
Burbank, who spent most of last

winter in the city, will ibuild a home

here next winter or during the fall.

Mr. Rogers bought two good resi residence
dence residence lots in Palmetto-Park addition
on which he expects to ibuild a 'pretty
home. Mr. Rogers is a good citizen
and a man of wealth and Ocala
would be much pleased to have him
permanently located here.

ANOTHER DRUGSTORE
WILL SOON BE OPEN

.Messrs. Bitting & Knight are get

ting their drugstore ready for the
opening about the first of next
month. The store is to be located in
the Wall is touilding, and the fixtures
and shelving is being put in today.

ONLY AFFAIRS OF OUTPOSTS

S ACCURACY SECURITY
I
Marion County Abstract j Company
I ESTABLISHEDSI882.;
f GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
i OCALA FIA. I

First consideration and especial attention given to small tracta.

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

FOR SALE Fine horse for sale
cheap. A. M. Lansford S-o-tf-d

LOST Friday night between Mrtel.
and Ocala, a medium size travel traveling
ing traveling grip, containing letters for W.
E. Hough and machine attach attachment.
ment. attachment. Finder return same to Star
office. 8-S-6t
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 LInev depot. Owner can
have same by calling at the Star
office and proving property and
j paying for this ad.

Seven Nations so Far Have Had
Nothing But Skirmishes
London, Aug. 11. No great -battle
has yet been fought on land or
sea in the war of seven nations, un unless
less unless 'the German assaults upon the
fortresses at Liege eventually as assume
sume assume the proportions of -battle in
history. Both combatants claim
victory there, with the Belgians still
holding the forts and the Germans
occupying the city.
The situation is unique. There is
no confirmation of the Daily 'Mail's
report that the French -have engag engaged
ed engaged the. Germans and cut off their re retreat,
treat, retreat, inflicting a loss of 8,000 men.
The -Belgians claim that they have
taken 8,000 prisoners on Belgian
soil, but military men regard all the
estimates of the belligerents as
great exaggerations. ;
Apart from Liege the fighting of
the first week, when resolved to the
proper perceptive, eventually, doubt doubtless,
less, doubtless, will 'be considered insignificant.
One of the most important de developments
velopments developments in the eyes of experts is
the general testimony that the Ger German
man German infantry formation is obsolete
and ineffective against weapons of
today and means an enormous
slaughter if retained.

Plan Big Engineering Feat.
In the Chilean Andes there is alake
10,000 feet up in the mountains, which
Is prevented only by a granite wall a
few feet thick from devastating the
valley below. In order to avert the
disaster engineers are draining the
water by a tunnel and expect to sup supply
ply supply electrical current and light to all
the valley cities through the. water
power which will be developed.
Of One Mind.
Foxy Uncle (after leaving the curio
shop, showing his nephew the way to
buy curios) "There you are, you see.
When you are dealing with people
like that just hargue the point a bit.
and down comes the price ten shill shilling."
ing." shilling." Curio Dealer (to his nephew)
"There you are, my boy. When you're
dealing with a man like 'lm, and you
see as 'ow 'e's going to hargue the
point a bit, all you've got to do Is
to put the price up ten shllljn's to
start with." Sketch
Doing Well.
Bix "How are ycu making out on
your resolution to economize?" Dix
"Fine! I've got my running expenses
slowed down to a walk."

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North Magnolia Street,

Every Pair lade to
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Trommer's
.Grand: Prize
Finest
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ASK

Brewed from the finest selected
Imported Hops and Malt exclusively.

Maurry Pete & Co?
PHONE 417

REWARD FOR RETURN"
OP AUTO TIRE

Suitable reward will be paid for
the return of an auto tire attached
to rim which was lost In Ocala, or
on road between Ocala and Fort Mc Mc-Coy.
Coy. Mc-Coy. George Rentz,

S-7-3t

Holder Building.

Nothing Short of Calamity.
Holding a glass of clear honey In
his right hand, father obserred im impressively:
pressively: impressively: "It cost the little bees
many a. weary trip to fill this with
sweetness from the flowers." Little
Laura, who had been listening close closely,
ly, closely, exclaimed, with great earnestness:
"Wouldn't it have been too bad if one
of them had dropped the glass?"

KNIGHTS OF PT11IAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m,, at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm, M. Gober C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad

CONCORDIA LODGE F. OF A.

Concordia L.oage, Fraternal Union
of America, meets If Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursaay evening of
ach month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Vd
. ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

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Licensed Embamers

Office Phone 10.
Night Phone 04.
All work given our personal
attention and guaranteed fully.

11 W. Oklawaha Avenue.

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Ocala Chapter, No. 23, O. E.
meets at Yonge's ban tne second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Sec'y.

LOYAL ORDER OF 3IOOSE

Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. O. M.t
jieets every Thursday at S:30 p. m.
visiting Drethren always welcoma to
the lodge and club house, on Mag Magnolia,
nolia, Magnolia, street near po3tofflce.
J. D. ROONEY, Dictator.

OCALA, FLORIDA. f
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A complete stock of ice cream'
packages just received enables us to
fill your order for any kind of quan quantity
tity quantity of Ice cream on short notice.
The ingredients used in our creams
are of the purest, which accounts for
the rich, smooth, creamy taste. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 7-24-tt



THE OCALA EVENING STAR. TUESUAV AlfiLST 11, 10H.

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RELIGION

THE RANKS

' Greek Catholics the Only Consistent
Sect in the Present Great
J Conflict
Philadelphia, Aug. 11. Dig down
-deep enough into any great human

and social problem and you will find j

religion a fundamental factor. So
the war in Europe is profoundly af affected
fected affected 'by religious considerations,
say3 an observing writer in the North
American. As truly as it is a great
conflict 'between Pan-Slavic and Pan Pan-Teutonism,
Teutonism, Pan-Teutonism, it is also (between the
Latin and Greek churches. Austria
claims to continue the Holy Roman
Empire, and officially the most Ro Roman
man Roman Catholic of all countries. Servla

holds to the Greek church, or Or-j
thodox church, of 'which the Czar is!
realy the temporal head. j

And, as every one who is familiar
with the near East, knows the strife
and rivalry between these two pre prevailing
vailing prevailing grand divisions of Christen Christendom
dom Christendom in that part of the world is con

tinuous and always intertwined with

international politics.
The antagonism 'between Latins
and the Greeks, as they are quite
commonly called, is by far more in intense
tense intense and acute than any rivalry be between
tween between tprotestant denominations in
this land, or 'between Protestants
and Catholics. eXarly everywheie in
Eastern Europe and Western Asia
these churches impinge, and where
they touch (even in the Church of
the Nativity at Bethlehem and the
Church of the -Holy Sepulcher at
Jerusalem) they clash.
Reaches Even the Holy Land
As the war develops we may look
for early news of clashes in Bible
lands. At best the Latins and Greeks
are normally in a state of armed
truce there. Even the fear of the

Garden of Eden are coveted by both
Germany and Great Britain, and -we
may hear strange news from the
Persian gulf ere peace pacts are
signed.
War Makes Strange Bedfellows
While anybody can understand
how religious and racial spirit
makes Russia play the big (brother
to the little Balkan states, and to as as-sume'the
sume'the as-sume'the protection of Creek Christ Christians
ians Christians thruout Asia, the paradoxes of
modern political alliances appear
when protestant Great Britain, the
ancient critic of Russian religious

i intolerance, is found to be the fight-

ing ally of this her recent foe; with
France, until recently, an officially

I Roman Catholic nation, completing

the triumvirate of religious faiths.
Opposing Catholic France is Cath

olic Austria, cheek by jowl with Pro

testant Germany. .What would

Luther have said could he have seen
his Germany, the defender and ally
of the Pope's best friend among the
nations? And, as to make the line lineup
up lineup still more heterogenous, Italy

jmay cast her lot with Austria, her
i hereditary foe. .

- Meanwhile, the Slavs in the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian empire who hold to their re religious
ligious religious and racial allegiance above
their national ties, are sympathizing
with the foes of their country's flag.
Did such strange cross-currents ever
before flow across a page of history?

(Moslem does not drive them togeth together.
er. together. In Constantinople, Jerusalem,
Beirut, Alexandria and elsewhere in
the region of the Mediterranean,
each of these faiths has a section of
the city to itself. Religion means
more politically than it does spirit spiritually
ually spiritually to the people of the Balkans
and of these lands which were the
scenes of Bible history.
One of the likeliest effects of the
war will be the realization by cer certain
tain certain powers of their dreams of pos possession
session possession of Palastine. Russia is
thirsty for the warm waters of the
(Mediterranean, and Austria has long
been resolute to possess a seaport on
Aegean Sea. Of course, Germany's
dream and desire is to break the bar barriers
riers barriers that isolate her and to drive
southward for -harbors.
These contending and intricate in international
ternational international aspirations are likely to
brush aside the Sultan's throne and
to result in the division of the Tuk Tuk-ish
ish Tuk-ish Empire. Land and oil fields
down in the seoried region of the

SEVERE PUNISHMENT

Of Mrs. CLappeU, of Fire Years'
f Standing, Relieved by Cardui.

Alt. Airy, N. C Mrs. Sarah Al. Chap Chap-pell
pell Chap-pell of this town, says: "1 suffered for
live years with womanly troubles, also
stomach troubles, and my punishment
was more than any one could tell.
I tried most every kind of medicine,
but none did me any good.
I read one day about Cardui, -the wo woman's
man's woman's tonic, and 1 decided to try it. I
had not taken but about six bottles until
1 was almost cured. It did me more
good than all the other medicines I had
tried, put together.

Alv friends be?an asHnor m whv 1

looked so well, and 1 told them about
Cardui. Several are now taking it."
Do you, lady reader, suffer from any
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such as headache, backache, sideache,
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BALL GAME AT FAIRFIELD

Fairfield, Aug. 10. The baseball
game Saturday the 8th, between Ir Irvine
vine Irvine and the Fairfield Tigers, was
one of the best games played here
this year. The score was 6 to 0 In
favor of the Fairfield Tigers.
We had a -pleasant afternoon to
play and also had a good crowd out
to watch the game.
Frank Jennings, the pitcher for
the Fairfield Tigers, held them down
until the seventh inning, and had
good support In his catcher, Alva
Stokes,, both playing a fine game.

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Mankind's Xew Allegiances
This world crisis has set thought thoughtful
ful thoughtful persons to studying anew exist existing
ing existing international conditions. They
find each day's dispatches a fresh
sermon upon the text that "1X0 man
liveth to himself, and no man dieth

ito himself." That is true of nations.

War in Europe sets gunboats to pre preparing
paring preparing in the Yangste river in China,
and a British fleet to sailing from its
North Chinese port, while diplomatic
circles discuss the possible conse consequences
quences consequences of fighting (between the in international
ternational international guards in Peking. Mean Meanwhile,
while, Meanwhile, all over the earth, steamship
sailings are halted and the 'world's
travel and commerce are paralyzed.
Deeper yet runs a new condition.
Here we find, as notable in Austria,
that men are more loyal to race and
religion than to nationality. Also
by the meeting of workingmen to
discuss a strike against war, we per perceive
ceive perceive that men may -be more loyal to
their class than to their country.
The feminists propose a sex loyalty
that shall transcend all others.
Will be Xew Alignment
This means nothing less than that
an entire new alignment of life's
great allegiances is under way. The
growth of the world spirit and world
mind has been" exposed at the ex expense
pense expense of hostoric loyalties. Perhaps
the history of tomorrow -will not foe
written in terms of nations, but of
other and vaster units.
A fewT years ago, over in Alexand Alexandria,
ria, Alexandria, .Egypt, Abbas Effendi, the head of
the Behaists, in speaking of the pos possibilities
sibilities possibilities of world peace, said that he
expected a great world war which
would overwhelm humanity. Then
having in this bitter school learned
the lesson of waste and cost and
needlessness of the anachronism of
war, the world -would enter upon the
long-dreamed era of universaJ peace.
That prophecy is also the judgment
of most trained observers on inter international
national international conditions. The Bosnian

student whose mad pistol slaughter- i

ed the heir to the throne has sudden suddenly
ly suddenly called all mankind to school, to

learn the lesson of neace and

brotherhood, written in letters of
blood and fire.

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 cannot be cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRAXK J. CHEXEY.
iSworn to .before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of Dec December,
ember, December, A. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON,
Xotary PubJic.
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ternally internally and acts directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
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F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold foy all druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills, for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Adv.
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Southbound
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
930 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
n.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:4.0 p. m.
No. 9 limited Javes Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives "Ocala 2:30 p
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
Northbound
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrive.
Jacksonville 6:4i 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 leave? Tampa 1 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 ,. m.; arrives
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RHEU3IATISM PAINS STOPPED

Tulula Lodge Xo. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

Lotus Eaters.
In Greek legends lotus eaters were
a people who ate the fruit and drank
the Juice of the lotus, a prickly shrub
possessing the power to cause con consumers
sumers consumers to lose all thoughts -of home
and kindred and to sink into a stupor
In which they were but half awake
and half asleep. The term Is now
sometimes applied to persons who for forget
get forget the claims of relatives and coun country,
try, country, or to those who lead a languid
and, listless life.

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establishment of "Davies the tire
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for CASH, but with a 5 dis discount.
count. discount. C-28-tf

Fewer Study for Ministry.
Statistics sho that in the early
days of American colleges about one one-half
half one-half the graduates adopted the min ministry
istry ministry as a profession. At the present
time only about, five per cent of the
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of our out of town visitors who are in the city for a few hours
with nohing to do Is located on the corner of Fort King avenue
and South Main street, opposite the Thens-Zachry furniture
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place to rest during the day's shopping. The conveniences we are
able to offer at Comfort Lodge are free and you are Invited to
take advantage of them.
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The story is told of Alexander H.
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he vigorously decried his exponent's
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a valuable lesson In the use of a word.

Fortunate Indians.
In a composition dealing with the
habits and customs of American In Indians,
dians, Indians, a boy deeply impressed with
their free-and-easy life wrote the fol following:
lowing: following: "The Indians had few laws,
but they were well violated."

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Norfolk $18.80
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE
Wilmington, X. .. $12.00 Chattanooga, Tenn $13.80
Winston-Salem, X. C, $11.00 Monteagle, Tenn. $15.0.7
Hot Springs, Va $18.50 Tate Station, Tenn. $15.50
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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
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strictly ethicai lines.
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OTICE
Of
Application for Leave to Sell

.Minor Lanu
Notice is hereby given that on the s
1st day of September, A. D. 1914
I will apply to Honorable W. E. Smith,
county judge in and for Marion county,
state of Florida, at his office in Ocala,
in sa.Id county, for an order authorizing-
me, as guardian of the minor heirs
of the estate of George Drew Hogan,
deceased, to sell at private sale the
following property belonging to said
eSSotutht h'alf "of section nineteen, west
half of the northeast quarter of sec section
tion section nineteen and the northwest quar quarter
ter quarter of the northeast quarter of section
thirty, all In township fourteen, south
of range twenty-two, east, said lands
situate lying and being, in Marion
county,' Florida, and containing four
hundred and for:y. acres, more or less.
Said lands belonging to the estate of
th said George Drew Hogan, deceas deceased?
ed? deceased? to be sold for the best intereat of
said minor heirs. -en
This 27th day of July, 191.
lhis -in BERTHA L. HOGAN,
7-28-5t-tuea Guardian.

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Copyright. 1914. by Panama-Pacific International Exposition Co.
N0ETH FACADE OF THE PALACE OF MINES AND METALLTJKQY; DIMENSIONS, 451 BY 579 FEET;
COST, $359,445. PANAMA-PACIFIC INTEENATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FEANCISCO, 1915.

FAIIMEHS COOPEIIATIVK
DEMONSTRATION" WORK
A Farmers 3Ieat Club
The difficulty of getting fresh meat
in tne country regularly conironis
housekeepers, especially those who
have moved from the town or village
where fresh meat could .be had at any
time.
A plan that is adopted 'n many
of our northern states to overcome
this has proven very satisfactory and
I see no reason why it would not do
to solve this problem in Florida.
A cooperative club made up of
country residents agree to famish
one beef each, some time during the
period of twenty 'weeks. This beef
is cut into twenty equal pieces of
approximately twenty pounds, each
member getting twenty pounds a
week during the twenty weeks.
When the club is organized the
members 'draw numbers. The mem member
ber member drawing 1, supplies the first
beef and gets cut number one that
week. No. 2 supplies the beef the
next week, etc., and during the 20
weeks each member gets every cut in
the beef in their successive order.
A .butcher is employed by the club
who butchers and "divides the car
cass, rnis butcher keeps an accu
rate account of -the amount of 'beef
each receives. The price per pound
is fixed by the club, usually 8 cents
per pound. In case a member re
ceives more meat than he supplies,
he pays the club at the above stated
rate. This money is passed over to
other memibers who have supplied
more than they Teceived.
'Each member pays for the slaugh
tering of 'his own (beef, a fee of $2 or
$2.50, and is entitled to the hide,
heart and. liver. In other cases the
butcher gets the hide for his servi services.
ces. services. It is the duty of the 'butcher to
see that all 'beef received shall be of
k00d quality and heaity, and reject
auy animais tnat ne considers unsat
isfactory to the members of the club.
At the close of the season a meet
ing is called when all settlements
are made and -arrangements complet completed
ed completed for the following season.
When Ice is available there will :be
no difficulty -under proper manage
ment in keeping 20 pounds of beef
until it is used up, but where no ice
is available a portion of the beef
might be ipickled and kept in good
condition at least four or five days.
For Florida perhaps a smaller ani
mal could be used to good advantage.
One dressing 300 pounds would sup supply
ply supply 20 members with 15 pounds a
week each, or a 200 pound carcass
would supply 10 pounds a week to
each of the 20 members.
These clubs have become so gener
al and have -proven so satisfactory
where they have ibeen operated that
a very large per cent of the farmers
get their summer supply of meat in
this way. Arthur Spencer,
District Agent.
THE TWENTY YEAR TEST
"Some twenty years ago I used
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During all these years I have used
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World's Darkest Moment.
The darkest moment is said to be
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covered discovered not to be so. The darkest
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TUESDAY AUGUST 11, 1914.

Many Great Exhibit Palaces
Completed For the Panama-Pacific
International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915

THE REPRISAL
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By GLADYS HALL.
(Copyright.)
I have had my death sentence.
There can be no reprieve, no court of
higher appeal, no
leniency. But be before
fore before I go I shall
tell the world that
love may not be
toyed with, that
primordial man
still lives.
Now that the
veil of all illu illusions,
sions, illusions, al) earthly
conceits, is to be
rent asunder, I
8 hall write the
truth, naked and
unashamed.
There came Into
my life about my twentieth year a
man who came nearer to mastering
me than anyone I had ever met, and
on this man I exercised, successfully,
every wile in my power.
For a year I played with him, de devoting
voting devoting to him all of my time and at attention
tention attention and devotion apparently. He
grew mad as the days went by mad
with the terrible passion of a strong
man's love.
As a cat toys with a helpless mouse,
I reveled in his torture, in his ecstatic
pain; finally I sent him away.
Another man crossed my path, and
I was weary of the one game. He was
not easy to send, this man who cared
eo frightfully I think I shall never
forget his face when I said the words.
I have seen a great many mangled
hearts, torn by this wh.te hand they
are so eager to seize; but this man's
very soul lay crushed and In his eyes
was a hell of despairbut he never
said a word.
Fifteen years had nearly elapsed,
am he had become little more than a
memory when, in the hotel dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, two weeks ago, I eaw him.
Something, I can't say what, made
me raise my eyes, and I gazed full into
his eyes gazing back at me. They
were sunken eyes with two things In
them a dead thing, the soul I had
killed, and a look that seemed to say
aloud, "Repay, repay." v
He did not look my way agara; I
can't imagine why, for the beauty of
twenty has increased sevenfold, and I
was sheathed in clinging, filmy gray,
with a red rose in my breast.
As he finished he rose very slowly.
and deliberately crossed to my table
"How do you do?" he said simply,
his lips smiling, but his eyes tragedy
filled as before.
"This is a surprise, Indeed." I told
him with as easy a manner as I could
command. I had met, in later years,
many of the men whose hearts I had
played with, some sunk into the mire,
some broken, some reckless cynics,
but none had looked as this man
looked, or held in their eyes that dead
thing Oh, God, I can see It now!
His next words filled me with
amaze, that yet was not rid of a haunt
ing fear, as he said lightly:
"I'm so glad to find you here; 1
feared it might be dull; but you will
take pity on a lonely man and let me
renew our acquaintance a bit, will you
not?"
Something said "Yes" it wasn't
me; and something whispered, too,
that flight would be unavailing that
this man's hour had struck that he
was master now.
The days that followed they were
like no other days I had ever spent.
He was my constant companion; we
rode and drove, attended the opera
and theater, lunched and dined, and al always
ways always he was courteous, attentive, kind
always he was the master.
Oh. of course, he never proved his
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aominance; nut orten in tms lire un unspoken
spoken unspoken words are more potent than
those uttered, and unused mastery

j more powerfully felt than that of out out-J
J out-J j ward sign.
One night a week ago we took a
walk, and here I must say that a
strange thing had come Into my life
a sometning nitnerto wnoiiy anen 10
heart and mind.
It was a half-formulated, half-vague
wonder what life might have been as
a wife and mother perhaps.
It had curiously softened me this
night as we 6tarted out toward the
lake; I felt a new sense of harmony,
of well-being, and I even knew a throb
of pity for him, instead of the previ
ous cold fear.
As we drew near the wooded path
that circles the lake I felt, Instinct
ively, a sudden change in the man at
my side, a new intenseness and force;
and then, without warning, I was in
his arms crushed close In a mad
frenzy while on eyes and hair and
lips and throat rained the wild, ter
rible kisses of a famished man.
"Oh, God!" I heard him sob. "Ah,
God at last!"
As abruptly he changed again,
stepped back, and, after a few seconds
to master himself, he said slowly and
with a sardonic smile worthy of Sa Satan:
tan: Satan: "Mme. La Vampire, I am through
my task is accomplished and you are
mine forever. I bid you a very good
night."
Shaking with hysteria, I groped my
way back to the hotel.
That was a week ago; night before
last I consulted a physician; I was
badly racked and feverish, and my
red lips were cracked and white.
I feared for my beauty but why
tell it all? I am In my room, cringing
and cursing and tomorrow they take
us away together on a ship, a very
exclusive ship we are lepers!
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While our farmers throw broadcast
handfuls of grain on the harrowed
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man, Chinaman, after furrowing the earth with
his wooden plowshare, without turn turning
ing turning it, crumbles each lump in his
hands till It is like fine powder. This
done, at planting time he walks slow slowly
ly slowly down each furrow, carrying a grain
drill, which Is a marvel of ingenious
Eiiuplicity.
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tem. system. First dose will cure you of
that depressed, dizzy, bilious and
constipated condition. 25c. all Drug Druggist.
gist. Druggist. Tues Thurs Fri. Adv.
Mean Insinuation.
Woman (excited and disheveled)
"Quick! Give me a glass of brandy
for a woman in a fit." Druggist
(calmly) "Yes, madam. To drink
now or to take away with you?"
London Opinion.
REGISTRATION NOTICE
The registration book for district
No. 1. (Ocala), will be open on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each
week from the 1st Monday in August
till the second Saturday in October.
1&14. In all other districts two days in
each week from the 1st Monday in
September till the second Saturday in
October. Thi3 registration does not
apply to any person who was a regis registered
tered registered voter prior to Jan. 1st, 1914.
Those who registered this year for the
first time in Marion coun'ty, thoug-h
they may have voted In the primary,
cannot vote In the November election
unless they register again prior to the
second Saturday In October.
7-23-6 wks dly D. M. BARCO.
Supervisor Registration Marion Co.

j EVENTUALLY :
; You'll have
: Cement Sidewalks

Put Down. j
Why not now? J
: Ornamental Vases
of all kinds
made to order
; See, Phone or Write
: us
WOODMAR SAND AND
STONE COMPANY
Phone 331, N Main St
OCALA, FLA.
XOTICG OF APPLICATION
FOR LETTERS PATENT
Notice Is hereby riv-u that we.
the
undersigned, on the
29th day of Ausut, A. D. 1014
will appU to the governor of the state
of Florida, at his office In the city of
Tallahassee, for letters patent to issue
under the following proposed charter.
J. L, SMITH.
CORA Z. SMITH.
L. IL TILLANS.
PROPOSED CHARTER OF THE
SMITH GROCERY COMPANY
TVe, the undersigned, hereby asso associate
ciate associate ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of becoming- incorporated under
the laws of the state of Florida ap applicable
plicable applicable to corporations for profit.
Article I.
The name of this corporation shall
be the SMITH GROCERY COMPANY
and its principal place of business
shall be in the city of Ocala, Clarion
county, Florida, "and such other places
either within or without the state of
Florida as the board of directors may
from time to time deslg-nate and ap appoint,
point, appoint, and to have and mtalntain other
offices of said company at other places
both within, and without the state of
Florida.
Article II.
The general nature of the business
to be transacted by the company shall
be, the carrying on of a general whole wholesale
sale wholesale and retail grocery and Jobbing
business. The company shall also have
the risht to deal in all kinds of groc groceries,
eries, groceries, grain, hay, feed, feed stuffs "and
also In all articles of merchandise, that
are usually carried by wholesale and
retail merchants and shall also have
the right to engage m the general
market business.
The company shall also have the
right to buy and sell all kinds of pro produce,
duce, produce, canned goods and other articles
of merchandise as the company shall
find from time to time necessary and
proper to be bougiit and sold In the
conduct of Its business.
The company shall also have the
right to own, control and operate
boats ami other conveyances such as
are necessary and proper to be used by
the company In the conduct of Its bus business.
iness. business. The company shall also have the
right to engage generally In the real
estate business as a real estate agent
or broker and buy and sell lands and
property on commission; the company
shall also have the right to deal gen
erally In stocks, bonds and mortgages,
borrow money, negotiate loans for
others, own stock In other corpora corporations
tions corporations and engage In the farming, and
live stock business.
The company shall also have the
right to carry on such other business
as Is Incident to the purposes of this
charter and not inconsistent with the the-laws
laws the-laws of the state of Florida.
Article III.
The amount of the capital stock of
this corporation shall be TEN THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND ($10,000) DOLLARS, which shall
be divided Into ONE HUNDRED shares
of the par value of ONE HUNDRED
($100) DOLLARS each, which said
shares of stock shall be paid for In
lawful money of the United States or
by the conveyance of any property, la labor
bor labor or services, at such Just valuation
thereof as may be fixed by the board of
directors at any meeting QaJJed for
sucn purpose.
Article IV. I V
The term for which this corporation
shall exist shall be NINETY-NINE
(9) YEARS.
Article V.
The business of this corporation
shall be conducted by a president, vice
president, secretary, treasurer and a
board of directors of not less -than
three members nor more than five
members, but the offices of secretary
and treasurer may be held by une and
the same person, all of which said of officers
ficers officers shall he elected at the annual
meeting of the stockholders to be held
on the second Tuesday in July of each
year. The following named persons
shall conduct the business of the cor corporation
poration corporation until the officers elected at
the first annual meeting shall be duly
qualified:
President. J. L. Smith.
Vice President, Cora Z. Smith.
Secretary and Treasurer, L. IL Pll Pll-lans.
lans. Pll-lans. Board of Directors, J. L. Smith, Cora
Z. Smith and L. 11. Pillan3.
Article VI.
The highest amount of Indebtedness
to which this corporation shall at any
time subject Itself shall be THIRTY
THOUSAND ($30,000) DOLLARS.
Article VII.
The names and places of residence
of the subscribers, together with the
amount of capital stock subscribed for
by 6Chi Is
J. L. Smith. Ocala, Florida, 13 shares.
Cora Z. Smith. Ocala. Fla., 1 share.
L. H. Pillans, Ocala, Fla., 12 shares.
WITNESS the hands and seals of the
Incorporators, this the 24th day of
July, A. D. 1914.
J. L. SMITH, (SeaL)
CORA Z. SMITH, (Seal.)
L. IL PILLANS. (SeaL)
STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
Personally appeared before me, the
undersigned authority. J. L. Smith,
Cora Z. Smith and L. IL Plllans. to ma
well known to be the persons describ described
ed described in and who executed the fore?o!nsr
articles of Incorporation of the SMITH
GROCERY COMPANY and who ac acknowledged
knowledged acknowledged before me, that they sign signed,
ed, signed, sealed and delivered the same for
the uses and purposes therein set forth
and expressed.
. WITNESS my hand and official seal,
this the 21th day of July. A. D. 1314.
E. U STAPP,
Notary Public for the State of Florida,
at Large.
My commission expires on the 7th
day of January, A- D. 1913.
!8-tues
Whole Families in Seme Trade.
Among the silver master of Shef Sheffield,
field, Sheffield, England, it is rather an estab established
lished established practise to encourage the em employment
ployment employment of families. It is more th
rule than otherwise that a father work working
ing working in the silver trade will apprentice
his children to that trade as they ar"
rive at working age.



EIGHT

THE DCALA EVENING STAK, TUESDAY AUGUST 11, 1011.

OCALA OCCURRENCES I

V

Oddv Fellows meet tonight.

Elks meet this evening.

Board of Trade tomorrow night.

Fraternal Union Thursday night

Moose meet Thursday night.

Woodmen meet Friday evening.

Mr. W. J. Frink is in Jacksonville
for a few days.

The electric lights over iHazel
Park have a beautiful effect.

Sous Bois, a new French perfume
and a good one; $2 per ounce. Sold
only at Gerig's Drug Stores. 7-25-tf

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

!Mr. ;R. 1SI. Beall, formerly of this
city, now of Palmetto, is in Ocala,
greeting his friends and attending to
Diisiness affairs.

I repair all kinds of complicated
"watches and clocks in the very best
manner. J. Charles Smith, the jew jeweler.
eler. jeweler. 8-10-Ct

The Woodmen have changed their
meeting place; from Yongo'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. 7-23-tf.

Materials are being put on the
ground for the interior work on the
Wallis ibuilding, shortly to be oc occupied
cupied occupied iby Messrs. Bitting & Knight
as a drugstore.

Mr. William tAnderson was in the
city yesterday, coming up from Port
Inglis, where he has ibeen actively
engaged in business all summer, and
leaving for Jacksonville, from where
he sailed this morning on a Clyde
3iner for iXew York. He will spend
the remainder of the summer visit visiting
ing visiting his another and sisters in Rich Richmond
mond Richmond and northern cities, and ex expects
pects expects to attend the Boston "Tech"
this autumn.

The Imperial Steam -Laundry
changed hands iMonday afternoon,
IMessrs. 'Qeorge -Rentz and 'Arthur
Cobb selling to Mr. W. iH. Dodson
and (Mr. A. J. Beck. This is a splen splendid
did splendid 'purchase by young men whose
business ability is unquestioned, Mr.
Dodson having the experience of
many years in the Ocala Steam Laun Laundry
dry Laundry and having been manager of
the Imperial since it was opened for
business. While the business is
new to Mr. Beck, his success in other
lines of trade has given an enviable
reputation, and the success of the
new firm is assured.

While Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Schlem Schlem-mer
mer Schlem-mer were out on their piazza Sunday
evening, they distinctly saw an aero aeroplane
plane aeroplane pass over the city. When they
first saw the light some distance
northeast of Ocala, they thought it
was a star, but tit grew -larger as it
approached until they could make
out the outlines of the aircraft and
ihear its motor. It went on to the
southwest. 'Mr. and (Mrs. Schlemmer
thought it was a British aeroplane
Bcouting, (but it 'was more likely one
belonging to our government or
some private person.

CHASE & SANBORN'S
Famous Tea
Packed in Air Tight
Containers

Diamond Sixty, U -lb 15c
Diamond Sixty, -lb 30c
Orange Peko, $4 -lb 13c
Orange Teko, 2-lb 30c
Orioif, Formosa-Ooloong, Iz-Xh. .30c
Basket Fired Japan, &-lb 35c
Emperor's Blend, Green and
Black, U-lb 20c
Emperor's Blend, Green and
Black, V -lb 35c
Seal Brand, Enough Said, &-lb. .40c
"Fancy" Formosa-Ooloong, 4 -s 23c
"Fancy" Formosa-Ooloong, -s 50c
Fancy" Ceylon, India, 34 -s. . .25c
"Fancy" Ceylon India, Yz-s. . .50c
"Fancy" English Breakfast 4-s 25c
"Fancy" English Breakfast -s 50c
Special Ceylon India, -lb 30c
Special Ceylon India 1 -lb.. 60c

WEATHER REPORT

This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. .Min R. F
March average. .74 48 .03
April average. .. SI GO .09
May average... 8 3 61 .05
June average... 90 70 .19
July Average. .88 74) .15
August 1 86 68
August 2 80 78 .
August 3 81 71 .02
August 4 76 71
August 5 86 71 1.22
August 6 72 -72 .51
August 7 78 71 .64
August 8 88 71
August 9 89 72 .98

August 10.' 90 71 .02
Forecast
Unsettled tonight and Wednesday,
probably local thunder showers.-

0. K. Teapot Grocery,
OCALA, FLORIDA
PHONES 16 AaD 174

Mr. J. E. Gates, who for some
time has been assisting Secretary
(Rooney with his work in the Board
of Trade rooms, left today for Mica Mica-nopy,
nopy, Mica-nopy, -where he will have charge of
the construction of the new electric
light plant which that city is in installing.
stalling. installing. While his friends will re regret
gret regret to have him leave the city they
will be pleased to know that he has
a good position in the Alachua city.

PUNCTURED A PRINCE

It is Hoped the Ranks of Nobility
will be Thinned When the War
is Over
London, Aug 11. A Brussels dis dispatch
patch dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph
Company says among the Germans
killed in the assault on Lie'ge- were
Prince William of Lippe and his son.

EVERYBODY WANTED
TO SET HIM UP

Tremendous Popularity of an Amer American
ican American Areny Officer in a French
Town
Paris, Aug. 11. An American
army officer who has heen acting as
military attache with the French
army was in a garrison in a town
near the German frontier with his
regiment when a mobilization order
was posted. His American army
uniform attracted attention and the
townspeople asked him:
"Are you English or Russian?"
This query was put to the officer
many times and his responses that
he was an American always was fol fol-lowed
lowed fol-lowed by an invitation to have a oot oot-tle
tle oot-tle of wine. At last fearing too
many refusals to accept the hospitali hospitality
ty hospitality might cause offense the American
went to the commandant and asked
him that he be allowed to change his
uniform for plain clothes so he
would not attract attention. His re request
quest request was granted.

SOCIALISTS SURRENDER

In the Belief that the War Waged on
the Belgians is Unjust
Brussels, Aug. 11. A German of officer
ficer officer and a number of German sol soldiers,
diers, soldiers, who surrendered to the Belg Belgians
ians Belgians at Liege, declared they had
done so because they were socialists.
They condemned the war as unjust.

DELUDED BUNCH OF DARKIES

Some of them from Florida Going
to Liberia, with "Chief Sam."
Pensacola, Aug. 11. En route to
Africa with a thousand negroes tak taken
en taken from points in Oklahoma, Texas
and other states, the (immigrant ship
Liberian is expected to reach here to today
day today from Galveston tor the purpose
of loading coal to carry 'her across
the Atlantic.
The negro immigrant ship is car carrying
rying carrying a thousand or 'more to the West
African gold coast under the leader leadership
ship leadership of one Who styles himself as
"Chief Sam." He is supposed to
have purchased the Liberian, and it
is expected that he will return for
more of his race as quickly as possi possible,
ble, possible, it being his purpose to organize
a great negro colony in Liberia.
A number of Florida negroes from
the vicinity of Live Oak recently dis disposed
posed disposed of their lands in this state to
join the "Chief fSam" movement.

DIZZY? BILIOUS. CONSTIPATED?

Dr. King's New Life Pills will cure
you, cause a healthy flow of Bile and
rids your Stomach and Bowels of
watse and fermenting body poisons.
They are a Tonic to your Stomach
and Liver and tone the general sys-

! tern. Tirst dose will cure you of

that depressed, dizzy, bilious and
constipated condition. 25c. all Drug Druggist.
gist. Druggist. Tues Thurs Fri. Adv.

THE MARKETS

NAVAL STORES
New York, Aug. 11. Turpentine,
45 to 45 Viz; rosin unchanged.

BATTLEFIELDS OF BELGIUM

Savageries of War Indicted Alike on
Soldiers and Civilians
London, Aug. 11. The Daily
Telegraph's Rotterdam correspond correspondent
ent correspondent says:
"How deadly was the task the
Germans undertook in rebuilding
the bridge over the Meuse river is
shown by the Rotterdam Courant's
corespondent at Maastritch. A pon pontoon
toon pontoon bridge built by the Germans, he
says, was shot away so that further
troops could not cross it. The Twenty-fifth
and Nineteenth German regi regiments,
ments, regiments, which supported the bridge
'builders were mowed down by the
quick firing-guns. A, wounded Bel Belgian
gian Belgian was asked how the Germans
had fared and replied in one word,
'Annihilated.'
The wounded who can be trans transported
ported transported by rail are to be brought
from the hospitals at Maastricht to
Alkmaar."
Another correspondent who visit visited
ed visited the battlefields at Vise and Liege
writes:
"Not far from the little Dutch
frontier village of Mesch I passed
remains of a big German camp. Dead

civilians and horses and
carts, automobiles and bi

cycles lay in confusion. Germans
and Belgians lay side by side evi evidence
dence evidence that they were fighting man to
man. Houses had been sacked be because
cause because the soldiers wished to avenge
themselves on civilians who had fir fired
ed fired on them.
"Civilians who did not fight are
allowed to pass, but German guards
refuse to allow this courtesy to Belg Belgian
ian Belgian civilians who were engaged in
the battle. Poor 'wretches, they
must wait where they live, not dar daring
ing daring to move for they declare they
will be shot at.
"I met a party of German officers
in an automobile. They held their
revolvers in their hands and scruti scrutinized
nized scrutinized me closely. They appeared to
be dispirited because of the fact that
twice during the last two days there
had been a panic and German sol soldiers
diers soldiers had fired on comrades by mis mistake.
take. mistake. They asked me not to speak
in the presence of the wounded.
"After the constant fighting the
soldiers were exhausted, but they lay
by the side of their horses, fully
clothed, ready to be roused at a mo moment's
ment's moment's notice."

soldiers,
wagons,

WHY NOT ENERGY FROM SUN?

Problem That Should Engage the At Attention
tention Attention of Those Interested In
Deep Experiments.

In view of the fact that the sun
delivers energy to the earth at the
rate pf 7,000 horsepower per acre, It
is not surprising that the problem of
devising a motor which shall trans transmit
mit transmit this energy into useful work has
proven an attractive one to the ex experimentalist
perimentalist experimentalist Thus, in California
there was erected a plant in which
the heat rays were made to converge
upon a steam boiler, that generated
sufficient steam to run an elght-horse-powe
pump. Two more modern and
perhaps better known Installations
are those erected at Philadelphia, and
later at Meadi, Egypt, the plants in
these two experiments being designed
on the principle of concentrating the
sun's rays upon a boiler of large area
and very low pressure.
An analysis of the Egyptian plant,
made by Mr. A. S. E. Ackermann, B.
Sc., extended over three weeks; dur during
ing during which he was able to record as
the highest output only 19.1 pump
horsepower from a sunshine absorb absorbing
ing absorbing plant covering seven-eighths of
an acre. That is to say, he recorded
less than 20 pump horsepower, as
against the 6,000 horsepower which
would have been obtained from a per perfect
fect perfect motor, capable of utilizing the
sun's radiation direct.
The result show how little promise
there is of obtaining mechanical ener energy
gy energy from the sunshine on a commer commercially
cially commercially economical scale.

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UNIQUE SHIPMENT OF BIBLES
Books Destined for Instruction of the
Heathen Are Most Carefully
Sent Forth.
The Bible house at New York city
has recently made a shipment of 1,000
Bibles on a voyage of 15,000 miles.
Poison was worked Into the covers of
the books to hinder the operations of
destroying insects. The Bibles were
soldered up in tin boxes containing ten
each for protection against waves and
weather. The tin boxes were repacked
in pairs in heavy wooden crates de designed
signed designed to withstand the hard knocks
incident to many reloadings and to
long journeys under varying condi conditions.
tions. conditions. These Bibles, being a part of
the eighth edition printed in the lan language
guage language of the Gilbert islands, are to ar arrive
rive arrive ultimately at Ocean Island, a

C. L. ANDERSON

W. W. WOOD

Aefflipini Lmiinnitoeir Co
Contractors and Builders.

Plans, Specifications and Estimates
Furnished on Application
QUALITY IS OUR MOTTO.
ASK OUR CUSTOMERS.
Room 8 Merchant's Block.
Telephone 165

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MOTH CE 2

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PIHiOC

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. 11
Everything good to drink and smoke
will be kept. All mail orders; 'Whether
large or small, will be filled on return
train. :.j'x

Respectfully,

QJJ

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smaii specK in trie racinc o.uuu miiea
southwest of San Francisco, lying al almost
most almost under the equator. Ocean Is Island
land Island Is only- a mile and a half in dia diameter,
meter, diameter, but It Is visited by many steam steam-era
era steam-era on account of its rich deposits of
phosphate. Hence its choice as a dis distributing
tributing distributing center for Bibles in the is islands
lands islands of the Gilbert group. Mr. Rich Richard
ard Richard Grenfell of Australia, acting for
the American board, will send or car carry
ry carry these books on adventurous voy voyages
ages voyages of 200 miles or more to the mis mission
sion mission stations scattered through the islands.

Deepest Wells In the World.
At Czuchbw, In the coal field of
upper Silesia, is the deepest well in
the world. It has reached a depth of
over 7,348 feet, a trifle under a mile
and a half below he surface. America
has three wells ranking next in order.
That near McDonald, Pa., some ten
miles southeast of Pittsburgh, Is 6,860
feet deep; one In Putnam Heights,
Conn., Is 6,004 feet deep, and one now
being bored at Derrick City, Pa., has
reached the depth of 5,820 feet. At
though each of these wells Is over a
mile in depth, little that is new In
geologic formation has been learned
from the borings, as owing to the dip
of the strata, many comparatively shal shallow
low shallow wells have touched the underlying
rock beds of very old formations.
Popular Mechanics.

Right Spirit.
Fond Mother "Well, Tommy, what
are you going to do for me when you
grow up?" Tommy "If I can afford
It I'm going to send you to some high high-tonel
tonel high-tonel establishment where you will
get a fine education."

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