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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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OOALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1914

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HE FORTS HOLD OUT. BUT GERMANS

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ADERS FIND BELGIUM ID FRENCH TROOPS AI EVERY

POINT STUBBORNLY RESISTING THEIR ADVICE

aris, Aug. 12. French and Bel-

armies are engaged In battle

i Germans invading Belgium to-

ADERS DRIVEN BACK IN THE

ARDENNES
he French attacked the invaders
he vicinity of Givet, department

rdennes. The Germans gave way

the French are pursuing.
A5IANS DRIVEN BACK TO TOWARD
WARD TOWARD BRUSSELS
elgians and Germans are fighting

irilemont. The Belgians are en-

tically resisting the German at-

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AMER I CA HAS PLEXTY OF FOOD
AXD RAISIXG PRICES IS
UX JUSTIFIABLE

i LIEGE FORTS HOLDIXG OUT
ft
he foreign minister -this after after-declared
declared after-declared the rumors of the falL

the Liege, forts circulated in Ger

hy and the United States were ab-

ltely false. He said that only a

town of Liege and that all the
gian 'forts are holding.

VAXGE OF INVADERS IS AD

MITTED

Jrussols, Aug. 12. The Official

ette today admitted .that German

vies :were advancing in force into

f interior of Belgium.

Brussels, Aug. 12. Two corps of
rahans numbering 80,000 are re re-led
led re-led to. have invested Xamur, a
ongly fortified 'Belgian city.
EXCH CAVALRY WON A FIGHT
Paris, Aug. 12. German cavalry
ich reached a point near Tongres,

jlgium, was hurled back iby French

" Washington, D. C, Aug. 12. The
European war and consequent cut-

ting down of imports won't diminish

to an appreciable extent the supply
of food stuffs in the United States
and any raising of prices will be un unjustified,
justified, unjustified, it was announced today.
Increases in food prices may he
made, but it will he 'because the
dealers seed to take advantage
of the war situation to make larger
profits. ;

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BELGIANS STAtID
BY THEIR GUNS

TER XIXE DAYS FIGHTING,
FORTS OF LIEGE ARE YET
INTACT
Brussels, Aug. 12. It is officially
nounced today that the forts at

ege are still intact.

1TILLERY DUEL SHAKES THE

EARTH
Rotterdam, Aug. 12. A terrific
tillery battle between Germans and

elgians around Liege has been in

ogress all day. The detonations of
e huge guns shook the ground for

iles like an earthquake.

BLOWING
THE BRIDGES

BELGIANS STEADILY RESIST AI).
VANCE OF A GERMAN ARMY
TOWARD BRUSSELS
Brussels, Aug. 12. A German
army has crossed the Meuse. river
and moved "west, cutting off com communication
munication communication hetween Brussels and
Liege. Pressing steadily toward

Brussels, the Germans have arrived
in the vicinity of Landen.
ANOTHER AIRSHIP BROUGHT
DOWN" BY SHARPSHOOTERS

The Belgians 'by iblowinj

up

bridges are retarding the German
advance., A German aeroplane fly flying
ing flying over Xamur was wrecked by
sharpshooters. Two officers who
manned it -were captured.

AWAIT AX OPPORTUNITY

Hotels at Havre Crowded with Am Am-ericans
ericans Am-ericans who Want to Come
Homi
Havre, France, Aug. 12 Between
2,000 and 3,000 Americans are wait waiting
ing waiting here for the sailing of the
French trans-Atlantic liners France
and Chicago.

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Photo by American Press Association.
Servian Soldiers Are Brave Fighters
Servia maintains only 3GJD00 men in times of. peace, but she has mobilize
all of her male population trained to bear arms, and the number Is 324 .u:
men. The Servian army is largely composed of veterans with a apleudu
morale aid a record of first rate achievement In the Balkan wars,

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MARY OF TODAY'S DISPATCHES

FIRST BULLETIN', AUGUST 12, 11 A. M.
Germans have reached Tirlemont, in 23 miles of Brussels Battle
going on there between Germans, French and Belgians. Belgians blow blowing
ing blowing up bridges and energetically resisting Germans. Belgians brought
down German airship over Xamur. Forts at Liege hold out.
French and Germans 'fighting at Givet in the Ardennes. Frencli
claim victory.
Department of Agriculture announces that war prices for food in
the United States are unjustifiable.
-Swiss have offered to make their entire country a Red Cross hospital
if its neutrality is respected.
'Austria will make reparation to Italy for damage at Antivari.
Senator Fletcher and wife on their way home from Europe.
Germans in Australia taking out naturalization papers and declare
the kaiser is crazy.
SECOXD BULLETIN', AUGUST 12, 2 i 31.'
Eighty thousand Germans have invested Xamur.
Cossacks destroyed two brigades of Austrian cavalry in Galicia.
Despatches from Basle says Germans suffered heavy loss trying to
retake 3Iulhausen. Two regiments annihilated.
Enormous prices caused food riot in Berlin.
Romania will aid Austria against Servia.
Germany protests against the United States censoring diplomatic
messages by wireless.
Federal court at St. Paul, Minn., has ordered dissolution of Interna Interna-tional
tional Interna-tional Harvester Trust.

SPLENDID OFFER
OF SWITZERLAND

IS WILLING TO 3IAKE ENTIRE
COUNTRY INTO A RED CROSS
HOSPITAL, FREE TO ALL
London, Aug. 12. The govern government
ment government of Switzerland has offered to
turn the entire country over to the
Red Cross Society, to care for the
wounded of all nations, if the neu neutrality
trality neutrality of Switzerland is respected.

' Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office, Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
OTHER TELEGRAPH NEWS ON
PAGE EIGHT.

AUSTRIA YIELDS

TD ITALY

INTENDSTO uMAKE HE PA RATI ON
FOR DA3IAGE DONE AT
ANTIVARI
'Rome, Aug. 12. Austria has
granted Italy's demand for repara reparation
tion reparation for the destruction of Italian
interests at the bombardment of An Antivari,
tivari, Antivari, -.Montenegro.

OPEN DAY A;VT THUHT
Mercfcar.t'3 Cafe. A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Ad?.
OTHER TELEGRAPH NEWS ON
PAGE EIGHT.

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COIIVOVED B? AN ENGLISH WARSHIP, THEY Wilt Till

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CRUISERS

Savannah, Aug. 12. Four Brit British
ish British tramp steamers which have been
here since the war started, sailed
this .morning for English port3 Jaden
with naval stores and cotton. All
are modern, high speed1 freighters.
A British cruiser is reported 'waiting
off Tyoee to convoy them.
SUFFOLK ACTING SENTRY
!Xew York, Aug. 12. The British
cruiser Suffolk was reported near
New York harbor from ten o'clock
last night to four o'clock 'this morn morning,
ing, morning, then steaming southward.

ROMANIA IS KOTTEII

PLAYS FAST AND LOOSE WITH
THE OPPOSING POWERS
London, Aug. 12. -Roumania will
aid Austria, and her troops are pre preparing
paring preparing to invade Servia.

BIG BUTCHER'S BILL

Swiss Dispatches Say Germans Were
Repulsed with Great
Slaughter
'Rome, Aug. 12. A dispatch from
Basil says the Germans suffered tre tremendous
mendous tremendous flosses in attempting to take
Muelhausen from the French. Two
regiments were annihilated, many
officers being killed;

SHOULD BE TOLD

TO CHASE HIMSELF

.Washington, Aug. 12. German
Counsellor Von Hausen today de demanded
manded demanded that the United States cease
its censorship over German wireless
diplomatic dispatches.

AUSTRIAN CAVALRY
FORCE WIPED OUT

Rome, Aug. 12. A dispatch from
Trieste today states that two entire
brigades of Austrian cavalry were
destroyed after invading Russia near
Rietrgearl, toy Cossacks.

HAVE WANTED IT
A LONG WHILE
Rome, Aug. 12. It Is reported
that the Montenegrins have captur captured
ed captured Scutari.

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

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PAGE EIGHT.

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ENTIRELY OVERFLOW
BELGIUM

London, Aug. 12. A Central
News dispatch states that 400,000 to
600,000 Germans are advancing on

Xamur, Belgium.

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tempt t was made to assassinate :
Crown Prince Frederick William at.
Aix la Chappelle.

SHOT UP AX AIRSHIP

Sliarpshooters 3Iake the Life of
Aviator Exceedingly
Strenuous
London, Aug. 12. A dispatch to
the Standard from St. Petersburg
says a small German airship was rid riddled,
dled, riddled, with shot and 'brought to the
ground near Czenstochowa Russian
Poland, yesterday. Its occupants,
four German officers, 'were killed.

KAISER BILL IS CRAZY
Say Australian Germans, Who are
Ttiking Out Naturalization
Papers
Melbourne, Aug. 12. Many Ger Germans
mans Germans in Australia are applying for
naturalization papers. They declare
Germany made a sad 'blunder, and
some state they believe the kaiser Is
crazy.

INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER
CO. ORDERED TO DISSOLVE

St. Paul, Minn., Ang. 12. The
dissolution of the International Har Harvester
vester Harvester Co. was ordered today by the
federal circuit court.

POOR PEOPLE SUFFER
FR03I HIGH PRICES

Copenhagen, Aug. 12. Food riots
are reported in Berlin because of the
excessive prices for food stuffs.

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

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1914

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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the high seas. According to one re report
port report the Germans are being driven
towards the coast of Holland under
the terrific rain of tons of shot and
shell from the 'big guns of Sir John
Jelliooe's battleships.
The many persistent circumstan circumstantial
tial circumstantial reports of the naval fight sug suggest
gest suggest that the rumor has a basis cf

be disregarded, and always it has
been German invasion that was fear feared.
ed. feared. In 1910, 'however, 'Holland, as
a result, it -was thought, of German
pressure, began to fortify her sea
coast about Flushing, and in the
neighborhood of the Scheldt river,
which is in Belgium. These fortifica fortifications,
tions, fortifications, it was feared, were designed

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truth. Incoming fighting boats j as a menace to Belgium, and her

brought the first cohesive stories of j military critics then began to point

fighting to Lowestoft. The fisher- out signs that proved

men said they had seen a lively
scrap between two destroyers. After
that there was a succession of re reports
ports reports from east coast towns that or-

. 8.60j ders had 'been issued for the prepar-

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The article elsewhere, urging the
necessity 6f the business (men of the
United States making efforts to ob obtain
tain obtain the trade of South America, is
timely. This trade has -been large largely
ly largely in the hands of British and Germans.

The Star has seen a newspaper
portrait of the Kronprinzessin Ce Ce-cilie
cilie Ce-cilie at the head of her regiment.
(Maybe it is the fault of the cut, but
Judging by her looks all the .French
nvho .meet her 'will have a good ex excuse
cuse excuse to run.

When the Austrians 'bombarded
Antivarl, they .must have forgotten
that the queen of Italy is a Monte Montenegrin
negrin Montenegrin princess. Of course, they
couldn't -be expected to think of the
rights of the Italian tradesmen who
were losing their property.

It is a mistaken idea that Finland
is so called because the people have
Tins. Finland 'mean's fcn-land, and
is so named because the -country is
low and -much taken up hy fens,
-which in our country are called
swamps.

"Morphine has gene up 25 cents and
tpium $2 per ounce since the war
legan. This portends hard times for

Norsemen or even the Spanish were
of crossing the Atlantic. It is not
improbable that some of their ves vessels
sels vessels cruising down the coast of Af Africa,
rica, Africa, as they 'often did, might have
turned to the eastward and sailed
thru the maze of islands and the
broad sea till their iworn and leaky
ships found the continent of South
America lying like -a rampart across
'When the Austrians ibombarded
have stayed, or voyaged 'back and
forth until one of the incidents that
often 'happened in those ancient days
cut off their intercourse with the
mother country. Peruvian and Cen Central
tral Central American architecture bore a
strong resemblance to Egyptian. It
is true that there is no records cf
any such occurence, tout it has only
been lately, in the last ten or twelve
thousand years, that it occured to
men to keep records.

ation of hospitals.
A ship owner at Whitby has an announced
nounced announced that he has een informed
that a great battle had been fought
and 10 German warships have been-

sunk.

Associated Press Had It
The Star has just discovered the
following in a paper which carries
the Associated Press service, and
makes a great parade of the fact:
Hull, (England, Aug. C. Hospital
authorities here today received or orders
ders orders to prepare to. receive two hun hundred
dred hundred and fifty men wounded in the
North Sea engagement.
London, 'Aug. 7. The British
fleet has engaged the German fleet.
The British are reported driving the
Germans toward the Dutch coast.
The Press Association claims it
was advised of the fight hetween the
fleets hy the admiralty. The admi admiralty,
ralty, admiralty, however, refnsed to confirm
or deny a battle is in progress.

BRAVE LITTLE BELGIUM

FORTY THOUSAND IN FINLAND

ing

The military! critic of the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union scouts the idea that Germans
has Handed 40,000 men in Finland.
He insinuates they would ibe in dan danger
ger danger of ibeing arrested by the St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg police.
The Star has great respect for the
military critic of the T. U., tout it
can't always agree with him. It

the unfortunate victims of the drug doesn't know .whether Germany has
liabit. 'Orlando Sentinel. Handed an amy in Finland or not.

it may prevent a few from form-hut if it has it looks like a good

the habit. move.

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Finland is inhahitated toy. a race

Among the Germans captured at of people far superior in education

Liege was Lieutenant Baron, von .to the average 'Russian peasants.
FoTstner, the young swashbuckler They have their own language and

who distinguished himself last year literature, and up to a dozen or more

Jby, (bullying the peaceable inhabi- years ago they enjoyed a semi-

tants of Zabern in Alsace, treating indenendence. the czar of Russia

being the grand duke of Finland,

and giving the (people a government

of their own.

Of late years, attempts have ibeen

made to sRussianlze them; their

treated! Tike any

me people a3 ino civilians naa no

Tignts a soiaier was ipouna 'to re-

"With the first day of the war he

jfcween Austria and Servia came the country has .been

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reporx mat ueigraae naa neen .Dom-zotner province or tne empire, ana

barded and -captured. According to they ilrave 'been -forbidden) to even

dispatches yesterday, the Austrians teach their own Slanguage in their

were still shelling the city. It should schools. Consequently the people

foe a (heap of ruins by now, but rains are very discontented. 'Many (have

'sometimes make good 'breastworks, been imprisoned, and all familiar

o there may be another Liege on with the country say it is seething

the other side of Europe. with rebellion.

Finland .has a number of goad har-

"British soldiers in France are be-hbors in 300 .miles of the German

5ng received iwith the greatest en- coast. The Germans 'have absolute

fchusiasm. Britis'h and French have control of the Baltic sea and Both

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always ibeen friends tout there were nian gulf. If they have landed a
too tmany fools in both countries to well-equip ped army of 40,000 men

let them realize it. Similar trou- on the .Fiinnis'h coast, it will take

Ible i s responsible for the people of 100,000 of the czar's soldiers to

the other nations fighting each other, keep them from marching thru the

country and threatening St. Peters-

(Raising prices of 'provisions 10 to hburg. And the czar needs 'his hun

100 per cent., when there is no nec- dred thousand elsewhere.

essity of doing so is another proof 'A little over zoo years ago,

of the tact that the American 'busi- Charles XII. of Sweden landed near

ness man .will plunder his country- Narva with less than 10,000 men,

(men when he is able as remorseless- defeated the 'Russians and tnrew a

ly as the Cossacks and Uhlans will scare into their 'Whole empire, which

plunder the enemies of their respect- wasn't fighting powerful armies -fur-ive
nations. ther south at the time. In 1864, old

Jubal Early with about 12,000 men

The state of Florida has just re- threatened Washington and caused a

ceived from the United States gov- much larger force to be drawn to the

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iearnment $13,781.50, to buy ammuni- defense of of that city.

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tion for target practice for the state The Star thinks that if Emperor
troops. A good appropriation, and Bill has sent 40,000 men to Finland,

the people should see to it that the his idea of tactics, in that instance

Ioys are given opportunities to put at least, is sound. As for the police

it to -use. Without marksmanship, a of St. Petersburg running the

soldier is no account, and we don't goose-steppers in, the Star is willing
Imow when we will need ours. to bet that a well organized army of

40,000 men could capture not only

The crepe festoons which for forty St. Petersburg, but 'New York, Lon-

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vears nave hung trom tne monu- uuu ur ju-cksuuv me il uppuatra uuiy

ment in 'Paris of the city of Stras- by the police

fourg. capital of AlsacerLorraine,

(Toronto iMail and Empire)
A fortnight ago, though the war

clouds -were lowering over Europe,

and a general war was expected,
nothing was said about Belgium.
Eyes were turned from Servia to

'Austria, and to Russia, Germany and

France, but Belgium escaped notice.

Now this little country with an area
of a little more than 11,000 square

miles, and a population of slightly

larger than the population of Canada,

Is earning the plaudits of the -world
for the gallant resistance she Is
presenting to the German invasion.

The Belgians -feel that they are fight

ing- for -their homes. The tide of

war has rolled -to their very door doorstep.
step. doorstep. They know that should they

fail, and their allies fail, Belgian in

dependence is lost, and that she will

be wallowed .up in a huger German
Empire. Moreover, Belgium fs spur spurred
red spurred on by one of the greatest Insults

one of the grossest and most deadly

affronts" ever offered hy one nation to

another. Germany has tried to

brush her aside contemptuously,, (has
laughed at h-er own treaty obliga

tions, and is slaughtering the sons of

Belgium, wTrose worst crime is that

they are defending their country.

Germany's Broken Pledge
The attack of Germany is like the

attack of a grown man upon a news

boy. Belgium in 1830 was made

what is called a neutral state. That

is to say, Belgium pledged herself

Germany to

have prepared for the invasion of
France by way of Belgium. There
is a multiplicity of railroad tracks
leading to within a few miles of the
Belgian border, and at Treves and
Aix there are large yards and great
terminal facilities, out of all propor proportions
tions proportions to the needs of the country in
times of peace. Apparently the in invasion
vasion invasion of Belgium has been a part of
Germany's plan. To have abandon abandoned
ed abandoned this plan at the challenge of
Britain 'would have been to abandon
the whole scheme of French invasion
and to invent a new one within a
few hours. This Germany was in

capable of doing.
British Force for Belgium

While Belgium has always real

ized that -her sole hope was in Brit

ain, she has not failed to take some

precautions on her own account, asi

the stiff ibattles'he is offering to Ger

many proves. She i3 capable of

placing 170,000 trained men in the

field, and from her population of
more than 7,000,000 she can draw

many more at need. Her idea has

been that if she were invaded by
Germany, Great Britain, having con control
trol control of the sea, could land a large
expeditionary force at Antwerp.

This force, co-operating with the
Belgians, might attack the German

army in the flank as it was on its
way to France, or might cut It off

from its source of supplies. It is for-j
tunate, indeed, that the great forti

fications that .Holland contemplated

building at Flushing are not com

plete, and that even should Germany

occupy this city, she would not he in

a position to command the Scheldt

river, upon which Antwerp is situ

ated.

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OCALA HOUSE NOW OPi
Ok WING to the great demand for rooms, we
I J have opened the house for the accomodation
of the public. The remodeling of the house
has not been completed, and the formal opening
will not take place nor will all rooms be ready be before
fore before September 15th. However we have ample
first class rooms, with every modern convenience,
for all who may apply. No flies, no dirt, airy and
comfortable,
We are spending 515,000.00 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, Mananer

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

you ought to have? We believe you are. Most of our customers are
satisfied, and we are proud of the fact. But If there Is anytning wrong
In our relations we want to know it NOW, so we'ean do our part In
straightening it out before the rush days come.

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SOMK T.-U. SNAPSHOTS

A million men will die -mainly to

see who could whip.

Xb use hlaming -anybody in par

ticular for this war. It has foeen on

tfie way a long time.

Austria has learned that to take
tire 'river ihottom plantation Is not to

conquer Servia; "freedom dwells in other stations.

tne (mountains.

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Richmond $18.80, Norfolk $18.80,
Washington $20,80

-Final limit returning August 30th, 1914. Similar low rate from all

The Ijord (helps .the good carase-

he Iras made our democratic presi president
dent president the hoss of the only big country

that knows how to befrsve Itself.

The French -fought well in 1870.

They were crushed by weight of
numbers. France had a paper army

then but she has a real one now.

We don't place imuch reliance on

Paris

JOHN BOISSEAU,
C. P. A., Ocala,'Fla.

G. Z. PHILLIPS,
A. G. P. A., Jacksonville, Fla.

INTERNATIONAL IS

AS GOOD AS ANY

telegTams from London,. Paris or

never to attack another country up- Brussels telling of the success of the

on any pretext, and the countries French or Belgians -but iwe do believe

that signed the covenant with her tbe war 'thus far 13 against tbe

pledged themselves never to attack Germans and we base the belief on

Belgium, iror to permit another the fact that 'they are telling what

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nmintrv .to iinva'd hr The siesta-are gtriug io uo.

tories to their treaty were Austria,

Russia, Great Britain and Prussia.

When it became almost certain that

war was to break out hetween Ger-

mnnv anrl mti firAfit RHtnTrr me bt. AUffUStlne iKeCOrXi: mere IS

one of the guarantors of Belgium's much needless discussion going on

neutrality, asked France for a pledge about the state Just now between

that she would not invade Belgian papers taking tbe Associated Fress

territory dn case of conflict with service and the Hearst or Interna-

Germany. France imediately gave tional News Service.

the undertaking. Then Germany was rlhe Associated rress papers taK-

i j a I nor Vi r nfn t rorr f Tiaro Tf&VYi

asKea. uerinany xeiuseu wj proai- u& kj

ise and that was the immediate cause on the papers taking a similar ser-

of Britain declaring war upon her. vice -rrom tne otr.er association, liotn

Neutrality Observed in 1870 services are ?ood but the Evening
Rpnrd is wlll'nEr snv dav to compare

J. lie i caioiautu mat ucigium io i . t x -i

1LS scl t ivt? li uui Lilt: iiiici itAk.ijxcii

with the simile. service taken frori

the Associated Press by the papers

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And that's the reason why.
When for the best you are in quest.
You'll not pass by, but will stop and buy
them here.

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CITY 3LVRKET

were torn down Tuesday and replac replaced
ed replaced with flowers and palm branches

A tri-colored sash was draped about

the figure. Seems to the Star that

our French friends had best waited

awhile. They haven't
Strasburg yet.

THAT GREAT BATTLE

IN THE NORTH SEA

Speaking of that great battle in
the North Sea that the Associated

recaptured Press papers in this part of the

country are turning up their noses

about, it was reported in the leading
British and Canadian papers of the

7th, and by them sent to the Inter-

An American traveler writes home

era account of an ancient city recent

ly brought to light in Bolivia, which national News Service, which would

city existed at least 8,000 years ago, have been foolish indeed if it hadn't

and he believes was built by the accepted it.

Phoenicians. It isn't improbable that The Toronto Mail and Empire's
the Incas and other races that at- special dispatch from London on the
tained imuch civilization on thevwest- 7th, read in part as follows:
ern side of the American continent London, Friday, Aug. 7. (6 a.
came from Egypt. Ancient Egypt m.) It was announced here at 1:45
Xiad ships and sailors fully as capa- this morning that the British fleet
ble of crossing the Pacific as the has engaged the German ships on

putting up is evidence that she was

not altogether unprepared for some

country -breaking its pledge to re respect
spect respect her neutrality. On,ly once be before
fore before was it seriously threatened, and

that was at the -time of the Franco Franco-Prussian
Prussian Franco-Prussian war. Then, as now, before

the outbreak of hostilities, there was

grave uneasiness in Belgium and

Britain, who has acted thru out as
the guardian of the little nation,

asked both Germany and France if
they would keep their armies off
Belgian soil. Both agreed and the

promise was kept. Alter tne war
France spent millions of money in

protecting her frontier against fur

ther German invasion, but the 3

miles of frontier between France and
Belgium was not strongly fortified.

It is on this account, and also be because
cause because the nearest road to Paris from

Germany lies thru Belgium, that the
Kaiser has torn up the treaty and is

now trying to force his way thru the

little .buffer state.
Relgium Apprehensive

In recent years the people of Bel

gium have Ibeen apprehensive more

than once that their neutrality might

vice.

The Evening Record is far from

being in accord with .Mr. Hearst on

almost all public policies, but the

fact must toe realized that he gathers

about him regardless of expense? the

best writers to 'be secured and his

newspaper service gets the news

all the news that can be secured and

as accurate as is possible in this

time of stress for the newspaper

correspondents when the wire sys

tems of Europe are practically non-

evistent so far as he is concerned.

OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 236, Benevolent

and Protective Order of Elks, meets

the second and fourth Tuesday even-

.ngs in each month. Visiting breth-

ren always welcome. uiuo nouse

opposite postoffice, east side.

David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad.

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JF YOUR- Stenographer. Bookkeeper,
Billing Clerk. Telephcra Operator,
cr any other female member cf your
cfUco force qrdd?r3 to leave Saturday.
F3U have only to use the Female Help
Wamad or "Situation Wanted Female
cohirnra cf -OUR PAPER'-w
to bring an all-round-desirable applicant
for the position bright and early the next
morning.

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Woodmen meet Friday evening.

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itl, uCAuA KVEM.NG STAR. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12,

1914
TTIREE

BUSINESS ALLIANCE

WITH SOUTH AMERICA

i rtTt rare rx n n

The European war has developed

lh a situation in -soutn America

it Director General John Barrett
the Pan American Union, in' his
lacity as an international officer
it is, an officer, of all the South

lierican countries as well as of the

ited States makes the following

ancial interests of the United

atesj

"As executive officer of the Pan

nerican Union, the organization of

e American republics devoted to
e development of commerce,
iendship, intercourse and good-will
nong them all, I appeal to the

snorting and importing interests of
ho United States to give at this
toment every possible aid and atten-

on to the critical South American

tuation brought on by the Euro-

an war. I also ask the newspa-

ers, in Doth their editorial ana

evvs columns, to give all possioie

ublicity to this matter so that their

mstituents interested in this situa-

on may be informed of their re-

"While everybody must .profound .profound-7
7 .profound-7 regret that a condition of war
nd the sufferings of European na-

lions engaged m a great connici

hould in any way be exploited for
he selfish gain of the United States,
fs business interests have a duty

Ind responsibility in this crisis
Jvhich must be met even if it .may
ling them vast material benefits.
Looking at the situation in a thor-

mghly unselfish way, it presents de de-nands
nands de-nands upon the United States from
South America which can not be neg-

ected, but which, if responded to in

he right spirit, wlil be enormously

beneficial to South America and the
United State3 alike. The problem

divides itself into four heads im imports,
ports, imports, exports, ships and loans.
"South American Imports. All
South America is an enormous pur purchaser
chaser purchaser of the manufactured 'products
of Europe. A large portion of this
supply will be shut off during the

next six months and possibly during

fthe next year or two if the war con

tinues. As many South American
countries depend largely upon Eu Europe
rope Europe for its absolute necessities, and
a major part of these orders are

h placed but a short time ahead be

cause of the excellence of the regu regular
lar regular shipping facilities, they are now
face to face -with an immediate fam famine
ine famine in the articles which they most
generally import. According to the
latest available figures solleaed in
the Pan American Union, the ten
South American countriesArgen countriesArgentina,
tina, countriesArgentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colom Colom-ibia.
ibia. Colom-ibia. Ecuador. Paraguay, Peru, Uru

guay "and 'Venezuela annually im import
port import products valued at $961,000, $961,000,-000.
000. $961,000,-000. Of this there come from Eu Europe
rope Europe products valued close to $660 -000,000.
While Great Britain sup supplies
plies supplies products of this' total to the
value of approximately $2 73,000, 73,000,-000,
000, 73,000,-000, Germany, which is completely
cut off by; the war, supplies $1S0, $1S0,-000,000;
000,000; $1S0,-000,000; France, $84,000,000; Italy,
$54,000,000; Belgium, $47,000,000;
Austria-Hungary, $S, 00 0,000; Neth Netherlands,
erlands, Netherlands, $8,000,000; Switzerland,
$6,000,000, and other European
countries lesser sums. For compar-

son it can be .stated that the average

imnorts from the United States of

these ten countries of South Amer

ica amount to approximately $155, $155,-000.000.
000.000. $155,-000.000. Bearing the fact in mind

that the commercial relationship of
South America and Europe has been
so well organized and systematized
that seventy-five per cent of these
imports are only ordered about a
month or two months ahead of their
delivery, it can be realized how soon
the present supplies on hand in South
America will foe exhausted and that
she must depend upon the United

States to make un the deficiency. If

the United States manufa

exporters will exert every effort to
supply this emergency demand with without
out without increase of prices, cr unneces unnecessary
sary unnecessary delay they will accomplish
great permanent good for themselves
and the South American business in interests
terests interests alike.
"South American Exports. The
same compilation of figures shows
that South America annually exports
to foreign countries products valued
at approximately $1,117,000,000. Of
this total nearly $700,000,000 go to
Europe. For comparison, it can be
stated that these ten countries of
South America export to the United
States annually products valued at
approximately $250,000,000.
"With, therefore, their principal
markets for their products tempor temporarily
arily temporarily closed against them, these ten
countries are looking for a place .to
dispose of their accumulating stores,
and if the importing interests of the
United States, including the manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers of raw material, can re relieve
lieve relieve the situation by increasing
their purchases they may save the

South American .business' interest
from a financial crisis.
"Ships for the South American
Trade. As nearly ninety per cent of
the excorts aad imports of the.
South American countries are car carried
ried carried in German, J'rk-sh and cthe.
Eiirnnpan bottoms, which are now

withdrawn from the sea, all of their
principal ports, like Rio de Janeiro,
Monteveido, Buenos Aires, Valpar Valparaiso,
aiso, Valparaiso, Callao and La Guaira are in a
state equal to that of a formal ;block ;block-ade.
ade. ;block-ade. The majority of these vessels
will be absolutely unable to operate
for many months and possibly for
several years unless the situation is
quickly remedied. There is no limit
to the sufferings that will come to
these countries and ports if their
facilities for sending out their ex exports
ports exports and bringing in 'the necessary
imports are cut off. In this crisis it
is to be sincerely hoped that the bill
being passed toy the United States
Congress -may 'be of great astistance
in relieving the situation. That,
however, can only point out the way.
There must follow the placing upon
the high seas to operate between the

United States and the principal
South American ports a fleet of ves vessels
sels vessels flying the American flag, and this
can be done only by the United
States companies taking advantage of
this act of congress and carry out the
provisions of this bill.
"National Loans. Just as war wras
declared several of the principal

countries of South America were ne

gotiating loans in the European fi

nancial capitals. These loans are in inspired
spired inspired -by the pressure of local con conditions
ditions conditions and are absolutely necessary

for the welfare of countries concern

ed. For the present and probably

for a long period it will be impos

sible to float such loans in Europe

Under the circumstances these gov governments
ernments governments will naturally turn to the

MONTEAGLE
SUMMER RESORT

i: you wish to go away tor the
summer please correspond with Mrs.
E. W. Williams, who conducts the
Cumberland House at Monteagie,
Tenn. Rates, $7 to $10 per week.
Two months Chautauqua, from July
1st to August 31st, which is a fine
entertainment. Monteagie is on the
top of the Cumberland mountain,
over 2,000 feet above ?ea 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, the
Cumberland Hou?e, Monteagie, Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. 6-13-tf

OUAXOK SPRINGS

THE METROPOLITAN
SAVINGS BANK

This .bank 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, toth state and na national,
tional, national, and will remain closed on
those days.

IMo.ge Giles, President.
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-19-tI

STORES WILL CLOSE THURSDAY

The undersigned merchants here

by agree to close their respective
places of business on Thursdays at

p. m., beginning june 4th, and

continuing to and Including Septem September
ber September 10th, and also ngrea to close

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

cepting Saturdays.

H. B. Masters Company.
Rheinauer & Company.
E. T. HUvenston.
Marion Hardware Co.
E. G. Rivers.
O. K. Teapot Grocery.
Counts Grocery Co.
H. A. Waterman.
L. W. Harley.
Mclver & MacKay.
J. L. Smith Grocery Co.
Hayes & Guynn.
Marcus Frank.
The Murray Company.
M. A. Bostick.
Theus-Zacbry Co.
A. M. Lansf'Td.
J. R. White & Co.

Orange Springs, Aug. 12. Mr.
E. M. Albro, of Palatka, was a week
end visitor here, a guset of the Carl Carl-ten
ten Carl-ten House.
iMr. and Mrs. F. H. Pedrick and
Mr. C. L. Minderman are visitors to
Jacksonville this week.
Rev. W. H. G. S.aymaker, wife
and children, Misses Carrie Billings Billings-ley
ley Billings-ley and Celesta Anthony of Reddick.
who have spent the past two weeks
at the springs, returned to their
homes 'last Friday.
(Messrs. J. B. Hall, A. L. and J. R.
Wimberly went to Jacksonville last
Saturday.

Messrs. Randall Wells and W. iH.
Crowell, who have headquarters at
Palatka, are here thi3 -week, survey surveying
ing surveying land.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Carlton went
down to Clearwater and returned
last week, feling that Orange Springs

is a good place to live.

iMr. O. H. Hafner and son, of Ft.

McCoy, were Sunday visitors to Or

ange Springs.
'Mr. E. D. Rosenburger, of IMIcan IMIcan-opy,
opy, IMIcan-opy, (is a visitor who arrived .Sunday
and expects to spend some time
here. He is pleasantly domiciled at
the Carlton House.
Mr. W. H. Wimberly and Mr.
Chester Livingston, of Jacksonville,
are enjoying their vacation here, vis visiting
iting visiting relatives and friends. They
came over in Mr. Wimberly's new
car.
)Mr. J. H. Carr spent several days
of last week in Palatka.
"Mr. and Mrs. C. J. 'Rast are over
from Blue Springs, enjoying a visit
with -Mr. Rast's parents, 'Mr. and

Mrs. -Geo. P. Rast. Besides Honey Honeymoon
moon Honeymoon Lodge, 'Mr. Rast has another
attractiion at the springs, "Red Bug
Park."
Mr. C C. Moore returned (Satur (Saturday
day (Saturday from a business visit to St.
Augustine.
Messrs. M. C. Jordan and K. O.
Massey, Misses .Hattie Carlton and

Lois QIassey enjoyed a trip to Eureka

last Sunday, going down in Capt.

Jordan's pleasant yacht, the Cruiser.

Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Sears are en

joying a visit from their daughter.

Mrs. Nichols, of (New Orleans.

After a visit to relatives and

friends at Lake Butler and Hahlra,
Ga., Mrs. W. H. Massey returned to

her home last Friday.

We Are Nov Roastiig

A Genuine Java and Moca

CdDFIF

In 1 lb. Packages Always Fresh Roasted
4(3 IPoi IPoTUimcE
By the way, come and see those little solid alcohol 8tove3, 75 cents.

CaiFini-Tliiomais Company.

CARN BUILDING

PHONE 163

OCALA, FLORIDA

STOP THAT FIRST FALL COLD

hanking and financial interests of
the United States which heretofore
have seldom subscribed for South

American loans or shown much in interest
terest interest in them. JBy endeavoring to
help out these governments in this
crisis, they -can not fail to perform
not only a great service to. such gov governments
ernments governments 'but place themselves in a

favorable position to obtain ether
loans in the future and favorable
consideration from the' governments

concerned.

"In conclusion, it is gratifying to

state that the department of com commerce
merce commerce of the United States with com

mendable energy has already started
an organizaiton to relieve this situa

tion, 'but tar reaching results can on only
ly only be accompolished by the direct ac

tion and interest of the entire finan financial
cial financial and commercial interests of the

United States; and if the Pan Amer American
ican American Union cai give any information

which wil be helpful to those who

may be interested, it will be glad to

supply all the data within its power."

Check your fall cough or cold at
once- don't wait it may lead to se serious
rious serious lung trouble, weaken your vi

tality and develop a chronic lung ail ailment.
ment. ailment. Get a bottle of Dr. Reel's

Pine-Tar-Honey today; it Is pure and
harmless use freely for that fall
cough or cold. If Baby or Children

are sick give it to them, it will re relieve
lieve relieve quickly and permanently. It
soothes the irritated throat, lungs
and air passages. Loosenes Phlegm,

is antiseptic and fortifies the sys

tem against colds. it surely pre prevents
vents prevents cold germs from getting a hold.

Guaranteed. Only 25c. at your Drug

Tues. ... Thur. Fri. Adv.

gist.

Olrti ALL XKSHT

The Merchant's Cafe Is a first class

Uaee to take your meals. Open night

and uay. J. R. Dewey, proprie

tor.

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Do You Need
An ElecMc Fan ?
1 HAVE THEM

Iii Ail Sizes
And Prices.

H. Wo. TUCKER
PHONE 300

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ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,

meets in Yonge's hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin. N. G.

W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

OCEAN VIEW HOTEL

On the Atlantic ocean, seventeen" miles from Jacksonville; facing
the finest, smoothest and broadest bathing beach In the world. The
summer climate is cool and comfortable, to the surprise of our patrons
from other states, who have an Idea that It Is hot because in the south.
Water temperatures are mild, hanging around 80 to 85, so that the
most delicate person can derive much benefit from surf bathing.
Kates $2.50 to $3 a dey $12 to $18 a week.. Week end rates$1.50.
W. II. ADAMS, Owner and Manager, Pablo Beach, Florida

Star Want Ads. Bring Results

NOT SO STRANGE AFTER ALL

iYou may think it strange that so

many people are cured or sromacn
trouble by Chamberlain's Tablets.

You would not, however, if yoa
should give them a trial. They
strengthen and invigorat. the
stomach and enable it to perform its

functions naturall Mrs. Rosie RIsh

of Wabas'h, Ind., writes, "Nothing
did me the least good until I began
usins: Chamberlain's Tablets. It is

decidedly the best medicine for
stomach trouble I have ever used."
For sale ry all dealers. Adv.

and Return

UST 17,

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Atlantic

HE CASS OF L. L. CANTELOL
The cr,3e of L. L. Cantelou, Clare-

don, Texrs, is similar to that o-f many
others v.lio have used Chamberlain's

ohc, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme

dy. He eays, "After trying a doctor

for several months and using dif different
ferent different kin Is of 'medicine for my wife

who had.' been troubled with severe

bowel complaint for several months,
I bought a 25c bottle of Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Colic, Oholera and Diarrhoea

Remedy. After using the second bot

tle she was entirely cured." For sale
by all dealers. Adv.

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Tickets limited to August

20th. Good on all regular

trains.
For information call on
M. R. WILLIAMS,
Ticket Agent, Ocala.
J. G. KIRKLAND,
1 Div. Pass. Agt., Tampa.

WOOD.MfcA OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp JNo. 14 meets In

Yonge's Hall at-8 p. m. e"y second

and fourth Friday. visiting sov

ereigns always welcome. Adv.

F. J. Burden, C. C
Chas K. Sage, Clerk.

No.

This it a prescription prepared especitlrj

tor MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER

Five or six dotes wil1 break any case, an

if fsken then as a tonic the rever will no
etura. It acts on the liver better thai

Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25

Go NorlSi by Sea

Merchants & Miners Trans Co.

STEAMSHIP LINES
J ACKSONVILLE
TO
BOSTON

NEW YORK
BALTIMORE
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
New Steamers. Low Fares. Bes;

service. ireless telesraDh on ali

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.

Tine Stor Wall Nott Gave Away

JldDoP Him (EdDMl

BUT it WILL give each and EVERY subscriber who pays a year for the Daily Star, a $5 Coupon
Book, redeemable at its face value by any of the Ocala Business Rouses mentioned below, or, for a
Weekly Star subscription a $1.50 book redeemable for that amount. Past due subscriptions, Dai Daily
ly Daily or Weekly, will get a book for each year paid. v
The following firms of Ocala will allow you the discounts set opposite their names on all cash pur-,
chases made when Star Subscription Coupons are presented at the time of making purchases:

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Marion Hardware Company, Hardware.. .. ....-5 per cent
J. J. Gerig, Drugs (Postofflce drugstore & Annex Drugstore) 5 per cent
Knight & Lang, Wagons, Buggies, etc 5 Per cent
A. E. Burnett, Jewelry 3 per cent
E. G. Rivers, Gents Furnishings 5 per cent
Smith Grocery Co. (Except Feed Stuff3 and Special .Sales
Day Bargains 5 per cent
Hayes & Guynn, Dry Goods 5 per cent
Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture 1Q per cent
A. M. Lansford, Music Dealer 10 per cent
.Miss Mary Affleck, Millinery 5 per cent
B. Goldman, "Why Pay More?" 3 per cent
Little's Shoo Parlors, Shoes..... 3 per cent

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To illustrate how the plan will save you money and bring back the equivalent In cash, just what
the paper has cost you either the Evening Star or Weekly Star: Suppose your first call, after receiv receiving
ing receiving the coupon book is at the grocery store, you trade twenty dollars worth, you give the clerk $19 or
your check, and hi will tear out of your book $1 worth of .coupons and your bill is paid. You have
gotten back a dollar of your subscription money. Your next purchase Is at the furniture house, whose
name you see on the back of the coupon ( and you are pleased when you see they will give 10 per
cent, discount); you buy a bedfor $10 $9 in cash and $1 worth of coupons squares you at this place.
You've saved $2 already. Your purchase at the drugstore Is $5 $4.75 and a 25c coupon straight straightens
ens straightens you there. Suppose the purchase is only $1 at the next store; 95 cents In cash and a 5 cent
coupon pays It Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; It would take your entire
$5 coupon book, but it would save you a FIVE DOLLAR BILL.
Just keep in mind, when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat your cake and keep it too,"
if you take advantage of our MERCHANTS' CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
paper, come in, pay up and get a book. If you are not now taking the Evening Star or the Weekly.
Star, come in and do it now, and get a coupon book. You can send yo t remittance by registered
letter, check or express money order, and coupon book will be mailed to your address.

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visit to her aunt and uncle.
a O 9
A . and .Mrs. R. L. Anderson and
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
family. IMiss Smith is a sister of
tMiss Linda Lee Smith of Louisville,
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Thought for the Day
Learn patience from the lesson
Tho the night he drear and long,
To the darkest sorrow there comes a
morrow,
VA Tight to every .wrong.
4-
iMr. James Engesser 'has returned
from a visit to his mother and other
relatives near Atlanta. -Mr. Engesser
also spent -a few days in the Gate
City and was most favorably im impressed
pressed impressed with its growth and im improvement
provement improvement in the past ifew years.

dr. and airs. Sterling Hooper -will
leave Sunday for a ? vacation of a
month in Tennessee? and Kentucky.
They will visit Mr. Jlooper's mother
at Nashville and 'will 1n addition
visit Memphis, the 'Mam-moth Cave,
Ohattanoogar-nd--ciiliicsjof in-
tres L-' Mr. Hooper has not 'been
home' in some time and is looking
forward to the trip .with a great deal
of -pleasure.
Mrs. J. G. Purvis and family have
as -their guest fMrs. tAmelia Heidt of
Way cross, Ga. Mrs. 'Heidt is en
route home after a two months' visit
to her son and family, Mr. Arnold
Heidt in iSt. Petersburg.
IMiss Bessie MacKay will enter entertain
tain entertain at a large splash party tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon at her 'home, "The
Highlands," at North Lake Weir, in
compliment to her two younger
bmthers, Messrs. Alfred and. Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth MaoKay. The invitation list
includes the young" people from
around the lake and many from
Ocala, who will motor down about 3
o'clock in the afternoon.
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Mrs. B. N. Looney and son, Mr.
George Looney, were .the over-night

guests of 'Mr. L. R. Chazal and fam family
ily family at Wood mar.
r IMiss Gene Teague has returned to
-her home at Lady Lake after a fort fortnight
night fortnight visit to 'Mrs. ""Ernest 'Lytle at
Lake Weir.
m m m
One of the most delightful of the
summer picnics on -Lake Weir was
(the one given last Wednesday by
(Mrs. iB,' T; Porter of Lady Lake,
.israien she entertained her sewing
".class and quite a (number of friends.
- 'A Jibounteous fish -dinner and supper
i was t,n3 oyBd and id espite the occas occasional
ional occasional Showers the day was perfect.
The party returned to their homes at
1U in- mi. thoroughly enthused with
' fcne charms of our .beautiful Lake
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, Bliss Kate Carlton of Arcadia will
' arrive tomorrow for an indefinite
visit to her sister, Mrs. H. M. Hamp Hampton.
ton. Hampton. 'Miss Carlton has 'been a pop-
ularMnemher of lM'adam B. Machlin's
summer camp in the (mountains near
Sil'tJmore, N. '0., -since June. Her
coming twill be quite an incentive to
Ino social spirit among the younger
clique of our city who are always
4 .delighted to see her.
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(Mr. Robert T. Adams returned
.-yesterday from a hasty visit to his
family who are summering at Frank Franklin,
lin, Franklin, N. C.
ftlr. 'and .Mrs. A. A. Winer and son
1 Freddie, -Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Phillips

arid family and 'Mr. and IMrs. W. L. i
'Colbert and family, who several!
weeks ago left in their respective
autos for a trip down t he v east coast
as far as iMiasmi to -visit relatives,
are expected home today or tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. They have enjoyed every min minute
ute minute thus far of itaieir outing, espe especially
cially especially the fine fishing always to be
found on the coast.
llr. J. Duncan IMcDonald left on
tfihf afternoon limited for a much
needed rest and vacation iwith rela-
tires in Ohio, his (boyhood home.
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The Metropolis of Tuesday con contains
tains contains a very fine picture of IMrs.
John H. Workman, who before her
marriage (Monday evening was Qlrs.
MaTy Dodge M add ox of this city.
Cvlr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Blitch re returned
turned returned to their home at Ocala Sun Sunday
day Sunday evening after a .brief visit with
their daughter, Mrs. IMazie Lyles, in
this city. Gainesville Sun.
tVliss IMarion Dewey, one of Ocala's
attractive young ladies, is spending
the week here with iMiss Eva Futch.
Miss Dewey has many friends in
Gainesville and her visits are always
appreciated. Sun.
Airs. Granville Larrimore was the
3mBtfiss' yesterday afternoon to a
Sosen of "her girl f riends, entertain-
Jug ebem in honor of 5Iiss iMianie

Stovall and Miss Lydie .McDougald,
of Ocala. Three tables .were arrant arrant-ed
ed arrant-ed for bridge and a color scheme of
yellow was carried out in the score
cards, the flowers, placed about in
vases and ibowls, the delicious two two-course
course two-course refreshments and the dainty
gown worn by the hostess.
The top score ;was made by Miss
Frances Riggin, cf Bradentown, who

is tne nouse guest or Miss Sophie
Whitaker. She was given one of the
popular novels. .'Miss Stovall was
given the guest prize, a box of pTetty
correspondence cards. Mrs. Larri Larri-more
more Larri-more was assisted in entertaining by
Mrs. E. D. Lambright. Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. m
Miss Annie Davis and Miss Agnes
Danzell returned this morning from
Lak Weir, driving through the
country behind Uss" Davis' nifty lit little
tle little horse Mac.,r
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(Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Maughs went
to Lake Weir yesterday afternoon to
spend a few days as the guests of
Mrs. Otis Green and family and en enjoy
joy enjoy the magnificent fishing.
(Mrs. Edward Badger and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, iMrs. .Mary Badger Eagleton re returned
turned returned late yesterday from a two
weeks stay at Lake Weir. They
were accompanied by Mr. Edward
Green and Miss (Marguerite Eagle-
uoj
'Mr. L. B.'IMershon and wife after
a short stop yesterday with his
'brother, Attorney M. L. .Mershon and
mother, IMrs. .Belle 'Mershon, of this
city, 'proceeded on their way from
White -Springs to Dade county, in
their Hupmobile.
iMiss Elizabeth McDonald, who
has been the lovely guest of tMiss
Alice Sexton for the past week, was
complimented last evening (by a
number of her young friends with a
jolly hay ride. The young people
meeting at the home of 'Mrs. Sexton
at 7:30 with r Mrs. Wallis as chap chap-erone,
erone, chap-erone, drove out to Silver Spring's
and all around town, having the'
gayest of happy times until 11
o'clock. Those in the party were
Misses Alice Sexton, Elizabeth 'Mc 'McDonald,
Donald, 'McDonald, flEm ma and Sidney: Perry,
6ladys fvallis, Nellie Beckham and
Messrs. Wayne TenEyck, JOhn Tar Tar-ver,
ver, Tar-ver, Dick Stroud, Hugh Goffer,
Oliver Rivers, Morris Osborne and
IMr. ORiobeTts of Kentucky. This party
was in the nature of a farewell af affair
fair affair as IMiss McDonald leaves this
afternoon for ;her home In Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to the deep regret of the many
friends she has made here.
Mrs. K A. Hickson, CMlss Kathleen
Johnson, -Miss Olarice Wattins and
W. Call Johnson formed a pleasant
automobile party who came to
Gainesville from iMicanopy iMonday
afternoon. Sun.
Miss Eunice iBray returned to her
hoime in Ocala yesterday atfer a
weeks' visit to Miss IMaude Bruton.
Gainesvillo Sun.
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James Holder came up Sunday by
auto from his naval stores plant in
Citrus county- Accompanying' him
were 'Mr. and iMrs. W. B. Holder and
baby, who proceeded to Santa Fe
Sunday afternoon. They will attend
the annual reunion of. the Holder
family at the home of iMr. Jrvin Hol Holder
der Holder today. Gainesville Sun.
B. D. Hiers and family spent IMon
day afternoon at Worthington
Springs. Mr. Hiers will .leave today
for points in Georgia on a two weeks
trip for (his house. 'Gainesville Sun.
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tMiss Lula Home accompanied by
her sister, Miss Janet Horne, left
iMonday for AVorthington Springs,
wnere vaey wui spena tneir vaca
tion for the next three weeks.
(Master John L. Inglis, Jr., of Bir-
ming-ham, Ala., grandson of Capt.
John L. Inglis and a son of IMrs.
Beattie Inglis, who was formerly
iMiss Kate Livingston of this city, ar
rived this afternoon to visit his
grandmother and uncles. The young
man has been visiting his grand grandfather
father grandfather in Jacksonville for some time.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss left
early this morning in their car on
their vacation. iMr. Buie accom accompanied
panied accompanied them to drive the car as far
as Forsyth, Ga., and will return from
there via rail.
iMrs. Stanley James of Yalaha is
in the city today, visiting friends
and shopping.
iMiss Ludie Smith of Louisville,
Ky., arrived last evening for a

who was tMrs. Anderson's guest sev several
eral several winters ago and is pleasantly
remembered by many in this city.
Epworth League Business Meeting
Tuesday evening at the Methodist
Episcopal church, South, the Senior
Epworth League met in business ses session,
sion, session, to elect officers -for the ensuing
year. The business meeting w-as
called to order by the president, tMr.
Don Peabody, by the reading of
scripture, followed by prayer by

Dr. J. M. Gross, and the reports of
the several officers of the league.
The following officers will still
hold office -till the quarterly confer conference,
ence, conference, Sept. 13, 1914, when the new newly
ly newly elected and appointed officers will
be confirmed, namely:
President, GIr. Don Peabody; first
vice president, Miss Mabel Bachel Bachel-der;
der; Bachel-der; second vice president, iMiss
iMary Ervin; third vice president,
Mr. C. A. Blalock; fourth vice pres president,
ident, president, Mr. William ;Rilea; secretary,
Miss Xan Brooks; treasurer, Mr.
Carol Fraser; reporter, Mr. S. C.
Hickel, Jr.; Era agent, Miss Flor Florence
ence Florence Leitner; pianist, tMiss Marie
Burnett.
The following officers were elected
for the ensuing year: President, Olr.
Don Peabody; secretary, Miss. Nan
Brooks; treasurer, Mr. Charles Leo
Rilea; Era and Advocate agent, Mr.
Sam J. Fraser; reporter, iMiss Sally Sally-bird
bird Sally-bird Young; pianist, Miss Marie Bur Burnett.
nett. Burnett. 'Under the new constitution the of officers
ficers officers of the four departments, for formerly
merly formerly held by .the four vice presi presidents
dents presidents elected at the business meet meeting
ing meeting in August or September, will be
appointed by the president. The of officers
ficers officers of these four departments will
be known as superintendents nd
each superintendent will appoint a
committee of three to help carry on
the work in that department.
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IMiss Nettie Cay Little of Savan
nah, who has been the guest of her
sister, -Mrs. R. P. Taylor, is now
spending a few days with iMiss JMar-
tha Brotherton at her home In
Springfield. tMetropolis.
Miss Little is pleasantly remem
bered here as the niece of IMrs. E. P.
Rentz, and her friends are anticipat
ing a visit from her before she re returns
turns returns to Savannah. -1
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fMrs. -F. L. iMayo and daughter,.
Miss (Virginia- .Mayo and little grand-
sonv iMaster Denrpsey tMayo, left on
the afternoon limited today for an
extended visit to relatives in' Little
ton, C
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Peyser re
turned yesterday f rxmr a 'week's
visit to White Springs. Theyowere
accompanied by their daughters,
Misses Gertie, Caroliiie and Babbett
Peyser. While at the springs they
were guests of "The? jEdgewood,"
one of the cmost popular tftotelsr and
had the 'privilege of meeting many
interesting- and pleasant people from
all parts of 'Georgia and .Florida.
The? resort is crowded with visitors
and .bathing in the medldi'iral .waters
as of old the chief pastime,, with
dancing and auction on tbe side at
all hours.
QIIss 'Kathleen Jackson; and -Mrs.
W. A. Collier returned yesterday af
ternoon from a, week's visit at iLak
Weir tfre guests of Miss -Annie Tia vis.
IMiss, Bessie Hull, a; petite and
Charming young lady of Inglis, well
known in Ocala, was imarrled to Hr.
Louis St. John David in Jacksonville
Monday. The happy couple will -be
at home in Aurantia, Fla., after Sep
tember 1st.
31r. and Mrs. 'Mabry Sumner mo motored
tored motored to Dade City in their conven convenient
ient convenient little Hup Saturday, and after
a pleasant visit to their friends and
relatives, returned via Inverness
Sunday evening.
(Mr. B. A. Weathers expects to
leave tomorrow afternoon on the
Seaboard limited for New York. City,
where for the next few weeks he will
be the guest of his son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Neil A.
Weathers, and make the, acquaint acquaintance
ance acquaintance of his little grandson, Master
Neil A. Weathers. Jr.
blisses Dorothy and 'Marion Long
will entertain their friends this eve evening
ning evening at the Ocala House with a very
charming informal dance. The wide
porches of the hotel will be convert converted
ed converted into a ball -room, Avhere the late
dances will (be enjoyed. This is the
Misses Long's first party since com
ing to Ocala to reside, and their
friends are anticipating it with
much pleasure.
Misses (Elizabeth and Virginia Nel Nelson,
son, Nelson, who have been visiting 'Mrs. J.
H, iMcClymonds for the past month,
left today for their home in Tampa,

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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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where they will join .members of
.their family and go to Egmout Key
to spend, the Tern Mnder of the sum
mer,
Jacksoixrtlle .Doctor on LUrer Chased
by German Cnrisrr ;
Arriving in Jackson velle on Mon
day Br. W. P. 'DeyJ, a well known
local (physician, told an Interesting;
story of being chased; iby a 'German
cruiser lor fifteen hours -while on
the? steamship tMauretania enrotrte
fronr Liverpool to New York- Having-attended
the annual clinical con congress
gress congress of siirgeons of North America
in London, July 26 to August 1 Dr.
Dey and Tr. Frederick Bowen hast hastened
ened hastened to catch 'a steamer home 'before
the war reached a critical stage.
They were trortunate enotrgh to
secure passage on the iManretanta,.
but on the afternoon of August 5
they were sighted by a German cruis cruiser,
er, cruiser, .which immediately gave chase.
Wirh covered portholes and under
forced draft of 27 knots an 'hour, the
vessel changed her course in the
night. The captain was advised by
iwfreless that the British cruiser Es Essex
sex Essex was coming to her protection.
The vessel finaly arrived safe at "Hal "Halifax
ifax "Halifax and leaving there the phvsicians
visited relatives In the north before
returning to Jacksonville, iMetrop iMetrop-olls.
olls. iMetrop-olls. Both these gentlemen are well
known In this city and their friends
will read with Interest of their most
exciting experience.
SENATOR FLETCHER AND
AVIFE C03IING nOME
Washington, Aug. 11. The state
department has received word that
the following Floridians have regis
tered with the citizens committee at
London, and therefore are out of the
most dangerous part of the war zone.
Dr. W. P. Adamson, of Tampa;
Miss Lee Bowers of Apopka; Jose
Bowers, of Apopka; Dr. Louis A.
Beze, of Tampa, the folshop of South-J
era Florida.
Senator and .Mrs. Fletcher are on
the sea, homeward bound. They
sailed from England Sunday.
FLORIDA PRIEST
GOING TO THE FRONT
St. Augustine, Aug. 12. Rev.
Father Kornbrust, of Loretto,is be believed
lieved believed to be the first priest in the

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South of the Catholic church to be
ordered to ireturn to 'Europe to en engage
gage engage in the present war. While in
St. Augustine yesterday he received
orders from the German government
to return to (Europe at once and Join
his regiment In the army of the
Patherland. He will be assigned' td
duty as a chaplain. Pather Korn Korn-forust
forust Korn-forust expects to leave as soon as pos
slble.
IXFOK3IATIGN FOR ALL
W1m Want to Send Cablegrams to
Foreign Countries
New York, Aug. 12. The cable
office of the Postal Telegraph Cahle
Co. announced the following de developments
velopments developments in the cahle situation:
The Belgian government suspends
deferred cablegram service to-nd
from Belgium.
The French government suspends
deferred cablegram service to., and
from France and its "possessions.
The Portuguese and Spanish gov
ernments are exercising censorship
over the telegraph.
Turkey declares censorship over
the wires. AH messages must he
written in plain French, fully signed
and addressed.
Italy declares censorship, requir requiring
ing requiring all messages to the written in
plain French or 'English, fully signed
and addressed.
'Honolulu advises inter-Island
wires will accept no code or cipher
messages, and will only permit lan language
guage language about which there is no pos possible
sible possible question of neutrality.
Bulgarian, Koumanian and Mon Montenegrin
tenegrin Montenegrin normal routes interrupted.
The Postal Telegraph wires are
the only ones running into Tucker Tucker-ton,
ton, Tucker-ton, N. J., which town now has wire-
, ess connections with Germany, but
Postal officials are nn able, as yet, to
make arrangements for handling tel telegrams
egrams telegrams for Germany by this route.
DANGERS OF THE DEEP
Added to by 3Iines, Which Make
Ships Afraid to Leave Ports
London, Aug. 12. The Dally
Mail's Copenhagen dispatch says a
German torpedo .boat reported sunk
by an explosion was blown np hy a
mine laid hy a German warship.
'Mines in the North Sea has caus caused
ed caused a suspension of Danish and Swed Swedish
ish Swedish shipping.
Moose meet Thursday night.

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We have a doen slightly used
pianos some of them not over three
months old none of them over
three .years; prices $75 to $200.
They are In the best of condition and
fully guaranteed. (Easy terms. Lud Lud-den
den Lud-den & Bates, A. M. Lansford, Man Man-ager.
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-Hare you tried that good 50 cent
candy at Gerlg's? This week f jr
35 cents.
A complete stock of Ice cream
packages Just received enables us to
fill your order for any kind or quan
tity of Ice cream on short notice.
The -ingredients used in our creams
are of the purest, which accounts fori
the, rich, smooth, creamy taste. The. J
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 7-24-tf
Say,, just stop in at Gerlg's an J
gefa pound of Cadet Chocolates
this week for 35 cents.
Ladies" muslin omderwear at act actual
ual actual cost; must foe sold NOW. Klein's
Selling Out Store. 8-12-tf
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rant and Similar Local Needs
FOR SALE Fine horse for sale
'cheap. .A. M. Lansford S-5-tf-d
LOST Friday night between Martel
and Ocala, a onedium i2e travel traveling
ing traveling grip, containing letters for W.
E. Hough and machine attach
ment
Finder return same to Star
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FOR SALE A fine yearling Jersey
bull for sale or service. J. A.
' Logan,' Welrsdale, Fla. S-6-C4;
FOUND A bunch of keys near
Coast t Line depot. Owner; can
have same by calling at the Star
office and proving property and
paying for this ad.
FOR RENT Two or four rooms
furnished for light housekeeping;
all modern conveniences; also two
large rooms with connecting-bath.
One block north of postof fice on
North Main street. Apply to Star
office. 8-12-Ct

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supervision of a Mehlin.

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"ARTISTIC PIANOS'
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OUR WIRE FENCING IS BULL-STRONG, H O R S E-II I G H,
AND PIG TIGHT. v r ,,
COME IN AND PRICE OUR FENCING WIRE, AND WE'LL
DO BUSINESS WITH YOU. YOU'LL FIND OUR WIRE AND
OUR PRICES RIGHT, j ; ' 'n
WHATEVER BE YOUR NEEDS IN HARDWARE' YOU'LL
FIND OUR STORE THE PLACE TO SUPPLY THOSE NEEDS.
AND REMEMBER, OUR ILVRDWARE STANDS HARD WEAR.

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ENGAGED?

GERMAN BOAT RAN FOR REF REFUGE
UGE REFUGE UNDER GUNS OF

FORT SCREVEN
Savananh, Aug. 12. A British
cruiser chased the German steamer
Huelva today until she ran in under
the guns of Fort Screven. The boats

were not three -miles from hundreds

of bathers at Tybee Beach.

BOARD

OF TRADE

Union Deiot and Other Important

Matters Up for Discussion
this Evening

At tne 15oara Ol iraue mecuus

this evening, the subject of an -union

passenger station and a number of

other matters in .which Ocala is vi vitally
tally vitally interested will b up for dis

cussion.

! GROWERS AND SHIPPERS

TELL THEIR GRIEVANCES

Parts
Sale

HALL IS 31AKING A

COLLECTION OF HOTEI S

Hospitable Ocala Man Likes to Play

the Role of Host

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Important Meeting Being Held at the

Board of Trade Rooms Today

In response to a call made by the

Marion County Board of Trade,

quite a delegation of grower and

shippers met at the board's head headquarters
quarters headquarters in the Ocala House block

this forenoon.

The meeting was called to order

by Secretary Rooney and an outline
of the work proposed was gone over
by him. The object of the meeting

was to consider ways and means for
obtaining rates from the' transpor

tation companies for the shipment

of Florida products to the markets

of the country that -would leave the

otnTVAr o m o ro-in r f nrnfi f ftf t.GT

A J v. A uiuiftiu w A' f
paying carriage charges.

Quite a few of those present re

lated their, experience during, the

shipping season just closed. Every

thing pointed to the fact that a large
crop was made and that in most in

stances fairly good prices were pai'i

for the products, 'but after the ex

orbitant transportation charges were
deducted tihere was nothing left for

the grower.

Secretary Rooney presented to the

meeting his plans for issuing a rate
book before5' the next shipping sea

son, both by;express and freight. It

is proposed that the 'Marion County

Board of Trade issue this informa

tion for the benefit of not only its

members, but for everyone interested!

in the growing and shipping of Flor Florida
ida Florida -produce in this section of the

state.

Several resolutions of importance

to the movement 'were introduced

and .adopted.- These could not be

secured in time for today's paper.

A, committee was appointed to,ca?r

ry 'out the provisions of the resolu

tions, -wliich provide for a consnlta

tion with the transportation' com

panies with a view to making rates

at which the Florida. ifarmer can Af

ford to ship to the consumers in

other sections of the country. This

committee.. consists of the following

gentlemen: ,J. M. tMefferi, L. S.

Light, John iMelin, H. D. 'Hood and

Ir. Jt. T. Weaver. A special com

mittee is to the formed from this gen

eral committee to take up the 'rate

problem with .the ex-press companies

Another meeting will be called as

soon as these committees can make
headway in securing the necessary

information to be placed fefore it.

Notices of this meeting will be given
through the (press or by notices from

the Board of Trade.

Among those present at th meet

ing were Walter and J. W. Luffman

of Sparr, W. R. Brown of Qlclntosh,

L. S. Light of 'Reddick, J. M. Qleffert
and O. B. 'Strickland of Ocala, Gerige
Dyke of Burbank, H.I B. 'Hood '"of
iEvinston, J. H. Carter, A. J. Mc McLaughlin
Laughlin McLaughlin and J. H. Carter of Fair

field, 03. P. Townsend of -Martin, W.

iM. iShockley of Lowell, J. W. Colbert

of Sparr, John Martin of Fort Mc

Coy, Q. J. IcOully of Berlin, E. N.
Webb of Miami, Dr. Weaver of Oak,

F. Rou of Lowell, S.; F. Fleming

of Lenker, and J. W. Coulter of
Blitchton.

Times-Union: ClD?e on the heels
of the announcement made in the

, I Times-Union yesterday that R. S

Hall of Ocala, had purchased a half-

interest in the Duval hotel of this

city also came the information yes

terday morning that Mr. Hall had

bought a half interest In the Aragon

hotel. With William Foor, well
known for a number of years in local
hotel circles Mr. 'Hall will enter the

line of business here in earnest.

OCALA BUSINESS

COLLEGE IS GROWING

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Prof. Eigle, the principal and own owner
er owner of the Ocala Business College, is

institution and sees success ahead.

He is adding new pupils every few

days of late and the good work of

the school is bearing fruit, the pupils

are coming in steadily and many In

quiries, are being received from all

over this section of the state.

Among those admitted during the
past few days is 'Mr. Corsey Green of

Fruitland Park, who is taking a lit

erary course. Mr. W. O. Chambliss
of the Sdhlemmer bakery, is taking a
civil service course. (Mr. 'Emerson,

city, is taking Gregg's shorthand.

Miss Ethel Seymour, who recent recently
ly recently finished -her course in the college,

now has a -position in Mr. George

Rentz lumber office, and another

pupil in that department' .will e
ready in a very short time to take a

similar -position. v

The public of this section will be
very glad to learn that Prof. Digle

is succe'eding and the college is toeing

so well patronized.

FIGURING ON A

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Cam Building

North Magnolia Street,

Every Pair Made to
Your Measure

? Rt, Rer. Abbott Charles, Pres. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.

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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 HA VE IN OUR S TORE.
WHE THER IT IS AN ENGA GEMENT RING OR ANY AR TICLE OF
JEWELRY WE HAVE IT FOR YOU AT A FAIR AND SQUARE
PRICE.

RELIABLE JEWELER
OCALA, FLORIDA

A. E. B

URNETT

An Ocala capitalist who has -faith

in the city and is always making

some improvements and investments

in the Brick City, now has an Idea

that the Star 'hopes he will develop

and soon put in force. On a visit re

cently to a thrifty Florida city of

this size, he saw a Iblock of small,

-m-5t:orV stores that struck his

fancy. The cost of (building them

was very low and itfhelr attractive

ness was great and the income was
satisfactory. He now thinks of
building a (block of these stores,

some half dozen in the one building,

on an admirably located piece of

property owned on one of the best

streets of the city. Let us hope that

the good work will soon be accom

plished.

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BIG BUILDING REMOVED
QIr. Bush, the contractor, who will

undertake most anvthins in the

building line, was engaged yester

day and today in moving the long,

one-story frame house from the cor

ner opposite the fine new Carmi Carmi-chael
chael Carmi-chael building at the S. A. L. pas

senger depot. The long buildin

was jacked up, heavy sills placed
under it and rolled across the street,

down .west, between the Carmichael
and freight depot buildings, to the

back of the Carmichael block, around

the corner and will be placed in a

new location and repaired and touch

ed up and used as a tenement house.

Messrs. CMeffert & Taylor own the
corner from whence it was moved

and' we 'would like to see them put

up a substantial 'building there.

Mr. Frank A. Teague was a visitor
to our city on Tuesday, greeting his

many friends who are always de

lighted to see him. iMr. Teague re

turned home on the afternoon train.

ANOTHER IMPROVEMENT

AT THE HOSPITAL

Mr. T. T. Munroe Tuesday took

seven doctors, two members of the

council and the contractor. Mr.

George fMacKay, to the 'Marion Coun

ty H6spital, to view the I mhoff sep

tic tank just completed. All were

much pleased with its evident ef

ficiency. 4

It 4s suggested that the ImhofT

tanks with drainage wells be used

in ro1v Orala's sewer uroblem. A

system could .be put in for 40 per

cent of the expense of any other sys

tem.

The Management of DR. McCLAN
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray o.f and Troxler's stands.
Larger quarters, more fully equipped and will be rua
strictlr ethical lines.
HOURS: 9A.M. TO 4t30 P. M. PHONE 333

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ANOTHER ADVERTISEMENT

When Secretary Rooney was In

Jacksonville Tuesday morning, Mr.

Carver, who 13 in charge of the

boost department of the 'Florida Me

tropolis, sent a special .man to inter

view him about Silver Springs, Ocala

and the freight and passenger ser

vice on the Oklawaha. Mr. Ttooney

gave him the necessary information
with illustrations of the springs and

boats, and we may look for a featur

ed article soon. Rooney obtains an

advertisement for Ocala every time

he turns around.

Tke Coiniiercial
OCALA, FLORIDA

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CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.

State, County and City Depository.

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The Florida Central Land Com Com-nanv
nanv Com-nanv is working over one of the

houses it owns. The property is a

two-story, six-room house, bath and

kitchen, and is located just north of

Mr. R. I. 'Anderson's new home, and

across the street from the hospital.

The house is being painted and pap-

generally -worked over. The prop

erty has two acres or grouna ftun it
and is a most attractive home for
that reason.

J. W. Sylvester left yesterday for

an extended trip thru the north.

While away 'he .will visit his old

home at Areola, 111., attending a

home-coming of relatives. St. Pet Petersburg
ersburg Petersburg Times.

For one week only. Cadet Choco

lates 35 cents for one full pound, at
Grerig's Drugstores.

Dr. D. M. Boney, eyesight special

ist; office and laboratory 2-G Gary
building. A specialty of correcting

vision where others fail. 7-25-tf.

"Dixie' mosauito canonie3

$1.98 at Klein's Selling Out Store. Ured, modern plumbing put in and

Woodmen meet Friday evening.

I Wilbur Smith Co.

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I Funeral Directors
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Licensed Embamers

Office Phone 10.
Night Phone 04.

All work given our personal

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DOINGS OF THE

JMOTHEK THERE. IS ONE
THING ABOUT MOST WCMENf
THE.Y XON'T KNOW HOW 70
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STYLE .MATEMAl AND WCfX
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BELLEVIEW
Belleview, Aug. 12. As a result
of the "continued .wind and electrical
storms, some inconvenience has been
-caused to users of the long-distance
'telephone lines. The line between
Ocala and Lake Weir has had seve several
ral several interruptions the past week, and
some impatience has fbeen expressed
at the 'broken service. Upon investi investigation
gation investigation I find that the reason for de de-Say
Say de-Say is occasioned by damage to the
cables in the city, and that the tele telephone
phone telephone company is ft ending every en-
ergy towards placing ots city lines m
condition and that every available
aiiuu uct uet;u 'pressed into service
to straighten out fthe tangle caused
by the high winds, falling trees and
severe electrical disturbances. Just
as soon as these repairs in the city
lines rwill be gone over and put in
first-class condition. As- a matter
of fact, the real trouble -does not lie
oetween the Lake and Ocala, as
there are no poles down or wires
crossed, but is right in or near thy
city, and the fact of straightening
the city circuits out -will automati automati-.
. automati-. cally correct .the troubles on the
long-distance lines, as the defects
are more in the nature of short cir circuits
cuits circuits and grounds, rather than brok broken
en broken or oien circuits, as stated aibove.
The Star's oldest Belleview corre correspondent,
spondent, correspondent, the one who christened
Belleview "The City of Oaks," and
who has taken the Star ever since it
was a Star, all these many years,
and who considers it one of the
family, comes across with 'his little
'one fifty" and says to let -her come,
for I can't do without At. So -please
send Mr. Isaac Nichols his Star jf or
another year, and keep "him 'happy.
"StarStar, you know the rest,
Ocala tar is the best."
JSliss Jones, of Wild wood is -visiting
with her aunt, 'Mrs. Warren
Smith.
CVIr. Joseph Lucius came up last
Sunday from South Florida and will
visit with his parents for a' few days.
'Miss 'Maude Lillian Little return returned
ed returned to iher "home in Ocala last (Monday
after a very (pleasant visit 'with ner
friend, (Miss Flossie Evans. ;'
Mr. Groff, of Oxford, was a busi business
ness business visitor to our town last Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. IMr. Adam Haf ner arrived home
last Wednesady from Safety 'Harbor,
on the Gulf, where 'he 'has spent the
past several weeks, enjoying the salt
water.
Mr. Webb, representing sDurling
& Company, commission men, of
New York, was in town last Satur-
Purifies Blood
C With Telling Effect
Gives Conscious Evidence of
Its Direct Action.
R. S. S., t!ie famous blood purifier, almost
talks as it sweeps its vray through the cir circulation.
culation. circulation. Its action is so direct titat very
often in, some fcrms of skin aSiction th
appearance cf tLe eruptions changes over
night, the itch and redness are gone and
recovery begins immediately.
As a matter of fact, there is one ingredi ingredient
ent ingredient in S. S. S. which serves the active pur purpose
pose purpose of stimulating each cellular part of
the body to the healthy and Judicious selec selection
tion selection of its own essential nutriment. That
is why it regenerates the blood supply; why
it has such a tremendous Influence in over overcoming
coming overcoming eczema, rash, pimples, and all 'skin
afflictions.
And ia regenerating the tissues S. S. S.
has a rapid and positive antidotal effect
upon all those irritating influences that
cause rheumatism, sore threat, weak eyes,
loss of weight, thin, pale cheeks, and that
weariness of muscle and nerve that is gen generally
erally generally experienced as spring fever. Get a
bottle of S. S. S. at any drug store, and In
a few days j.x w!l net enly feel bright and
energetic, but you w.il betl.e picture of
new life. S. S. S. is prepared only in the
laboratory of The Swift Specific Co., 534
Swift BUlg., Atlanta, Ga., who maintain a
very eflicienr. Medical Department, where all
who have euy blood disorder of a stubborn
nature may write freely for advice and a
special book of instruction. S. S. S. is sold
tverywhere by drug stores, department and
general stores, but beware of all substitutes.
Io not accept them.

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I'M NOT LjOCKtHCf
TWO YEARS' ACO
PRE.TTY,
AND NEW
day morning, -conferring with grow growers
ers growers regarding the disposition of the
tomatoe crop for the next season.
Xc thing definite Was dene.
Miss Ladle 'Holman, of Ocala,
spent several days last week visiting
at the 'Stanley home.
tMiss 'Annie iMorrison and sister,
of Ocala, are guests of 'Mr. and Mrs.
Haywood Holder, for a week.
(Mr. Doyle Lightsey, of Wildwood,
was in town for a short visit last
Sunday.
Mr. -Rexford H. (Nichols made a
business trip to Ocala last Monday.
The Jonnson's, managing a mov moving
ing moving picture outfit, came into town
last Saturday, and gave exhibitions
at the town shall, (Saturday, IMonday
and Tuesday nrghts, to fair sized
audiences.
The fSummerfield Tigers and the
BeQIeview Swatters held -a practice
game last Saturday on the Belleview
grounds.
Mr. C. A. Tremere made a trip to
Ocala last wTeek.
Play Cage fop Baby.
Take two high-backed dining room
chairs, set with front of seats togeth together.
er. together. This leaves the backs at each
end. Then measure the sides of the
two chairs and make a light frame of
that size, to which tack small wire
fencing. Tie frame at top and bot bottom
tom bottom of chair posts and' thus the cage
is completed. It can be easily put
together and taken apart at pleas pleasure.
ure. pleasure. Put baby in with playthings and
cushions. This keeps baby off the
floor and away from drafts. Baby
can stand or sit or even walk a little,
as the fancy seizes him. Baby will
be delighted and so will his mama.
Love Your Task.
The thing one loves to do is never
tiresome, and if you can teach your yourself
self yourself to enjoy the common routine there
will never be any depressing fatigue.
Perhaps one can never grow to love
the drudgery part of any work, but if
the mind is kept above it by working
toward a more efficient way of per performing
forming performing the task, or if not that, train training
ing training the mind to do the homely things
with the thoughts on something else,
you will obviate much of the usual
weariness, especially, in the housework
routine.
Almost Too Mi;ch.
"Yes," sighed the opera manager,
"we had a pretty rough season every
way. But what took the sand out of
me was the row between De Recker,
the leading tenor, and De Squalchi,
the prima donna. You know what an
awkward stage presence De Recker
has? Well, he step'ped on Squalchi's
train 13 times during one performance,
and the next night she came on as
Marguerite in bloomers. That came
mighty near breaking us." Puck.
KXIGKTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. M. Gober C. C.
Chas. R.'5age, K. R. S. Ad
CtXOKDlA LODGE F. 13. OF A.
Concordia Loage, Fraternal Union
of America, meets iv Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursaay evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Id
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 23, C E. S.,
meets at Yonge's han tne second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Sec'y.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, I. O. O. M.,
Jieets every Thursday at 8:30 p. m.
visiting Drethren always welcome to
the lodge and club house, on Mag Magnolia,
nolia, Magnolia, street near postoffice.
J. D. ROONEY, Dictator.
The Easier Way.
A lot of men who think they have
been born to achieve greatness lie
around and wait for somebody to
thrust It upon tvr.
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THE OWU EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1914

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CANDLER
Candler, Aug. 12. Mr. and -Mrs.
John Mathews, among other .baseball
enthusiasts, went, to Oklawaha Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon to witness the
match game between the Oklawaha
and Weirsdale teams.
Mr. Arthur Adams came up from
'Weirsdale Saturday for a week end
isit to his wife and little daughter,
who are the guests of :Mrs. Adams
brothers, iMessrs. Caldwell.
iMrs. L. Freeman and Miss Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Freeman were visitors to the
Brick City Wednesday.
LMrs. Mary Mitchell, of Atlanta,
was visiting her sister, Mrs. Mar Marshall,
shall, Marshall, last week.
Mr. J. Starke and son, of Pitts Pitts-"burg,
"burg, Pitts-"burg, were looking after Candler
real estate interests several days
during the past week.
Prof. iSchuler, formerly of Candler
'but now of Georgia, is paying his
old home a (business visit.
Mrs.' Arthur Williams and two
children, of Gainesville, are guests
of 'Mrs. William's -parents, (Mr. and
Mrs. Albert (McClain.
-Mr. Dora, superintendent of a Jife
insurance company, of which Mr. E.
;N. Long is a member, was visiting
the (latter the first of the week.
'Mjss .Mabel iMeClain was the
pleasant "hostess (Monday evening of
the sewing circle memoers.
Several daj-s ago, iMr. Benjamin
Belcher had on exhibition in his
grocery store, a water melon weigh weighing
ing weighing 37 pounds. The melon was
gTown by air. Ed. Caldwell.
'Miss LMattie Marshall, of Oklawa Oklawa-na,
na, Oklawa-na, was a Sunday guest of relatives.
Mrs. Lewis Kline .is in Gainesville
visiting friends.
Mr. Asa Belcher motored down
from Ocala Sunday for a visit to
home folks.
OCALA PUBLIC LIBRARY
Open daily except Sunday from 3
to 5 p. m. Board of Trade rooms,
Ocala House bloc-.
Louise E. Gamsby. LibrarlaD.
THE TWENTY YEAR TEST
"Some twenty years ago I used
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di Diarrhoea
arrhoea Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Geo. W.
Brock, publisher of the Enterprise,
Aberdeen, Md. I discovered that it
was a quick and safe cure or diar diarrhoea.
rhoea. diarrhoea. Since then no one can sell
me anything said to be 'just as good.
During all these years I have used
it and recommended It many times
and it has never disappointed any anyone."
one." anyone." For sale by all dealers. Ad.
MARIOX-DUNN MASOIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, r
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further noUce.
Baxter Cam, W. i.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad
In Her New Place.
"How are you getting on at your
new place?" remarked a lady of a girl
whom she had recommended for a sit situation.
uation. situation. "Very well, thank you," an answered
swered answered the girl. "I am glad to hear
it," said the lady. "Your employer is
a very nice person, and you cannot do
too much for her." "I don't mean to
ma'am," was the innocent reply.
WOOD
PHONE 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load tor $1.
Your Order will have
Immediate Attention.
J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
J. E. FRAMPTON
PIANO TUNER
Located In Ocala. Fla., Expert work
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
distributor
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala.

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SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE
Southbound
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9-S0 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
ia.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. jn.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
a: 30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited !?,aves Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
Northbound
No. 2. local leaves Tampa
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.;
9 p. m.:
arrive.
Jacksonville 6:4i a. m.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa 9 a. m.;
arrives Ocala 1:12 p. m.; leaves
Ocala 1:30 p. m.; arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 5:20 p. m.
No. 10 "limited leave? Tampa ) p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 ,. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. ro.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas, county, s. s.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co., doing .business
in the city of Toledo, county and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will
pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case of
Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use.of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to .before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of Dec December,
ember, December, A. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON,
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in internally
ternally internally and acts directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
' Take Hall's Family Pills for. con constipation."
stipation." constipation." Adv
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SOTICB
All tire? and tubes sold at the
establishment, of "Davles .the tire
man" from July 1, will be sold only
for CASH, but' with a 5 dis discount.
count. discount. 6-28-tf
Sous Bois extract $2 an ounce. Sold
at Gerig's only. 7-25-tf
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The rest room which the Ocala merchants maintain for the use
cf our out of town visitors who are In the city for a few hours
with nothing to do is located on the corner of Fort King avenue
and South Main street, opposite the Theus-Zachry furniture
, store. The ladies especially will find Comfort Lodge a convenient
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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PAINTED OR PAPERED at any INTERIOR
DECORATING done be sure to see us before
letting your work out. We nse nothing but first
class material and have had
OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
We guarantee to' give entire' satisfaction.
S. J. Clupka & Walter Tagg
P. O. BOX 428 OCALA, FLA.
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12. 1914

who owns the dwelling the business properly that stands
in your name?
of course you think that you do; but are you right?
the question is worth considering, it involres the origin and
the development of individual ownership in land.
in the beginnig of civilization no man owned any definite part
o the' earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plenti-
ful for individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particu particular
lar particular spot.

KILLED MOUNTAIN LION

HORSE MORE THAN A MATCH
FOR FOE IN FAIR FIGHT.

florida title and abstract corporation

ocala, fln.

Had Opportunity to Run, But Bravely
Stood His Ground and Crushed
the Skull cf His Enemy in
' the Last Round.

PIN YOUR FAITH TO 'OCALA.
20 Per Cent. Real Estate Investment.
Does this Look Good to You?
Two small four-room tenement "houses, in good
condition, lot large enough for two more houses,
in colored section, just west of S. A. L. Railway,
on South 3d street, now rented to good tenants and
paying 20 per cent on the price asked, $600 for the two.-
Titles perfect. If intered see' me' at once. They will not be
long on the market at this price.
C ti HITTO Real Estate and Fire Insurance

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Phone 285

OCALA. FLORIDA

The following, among hundreds of
similar incidents, seems to be well
authenticated:
Some years ago a hunter in Wyo Wyoming
ming Wyoming territory was camping under the
Wind river, well up in the mountains.
He had a horse of fine breed, and
had selected a small bunch of cotton cotton-wood
wood cotton-wood trees for his camp, while, at a
little distance, under an- unusually

large tree of the same kind, and apart
from all the others, he stabled his
stallion.
It could hardly be called stabling
for the horse was picketed, and the
tree formed his shelter.
One night the hunter was aroused
from a sound sleep by a neigh from
his horse, which sounded rather like
rage than alarm. American horses
are often quick to detect the -approach
of Indians, as well as beasts of prey,
and the hunter was soon upon his

feet, and looking in the direction of J Neroic upper lip, as It were.

"No Smoking."
When railways were a novelty the
companies vigorously enforced their
anti-smoking laws. The Great West Western
ern Western company once caught a tartar,
says London Tit-Bits." The station
master at Didcot removed a passenger
from an "up" express train and handed
him over to the police on a charge of
smoking to the annoyance of a fellow fellow-traveler.
traveler. fellow-traveler. Next day the prisoner was
brought before the magistrate, and
when asked what he had to say in an

swer to the charge he replied:
"Gentlemen, the offense took place
in the County of WTilts, whereas I am
now charged in Berkshire. I am a so solicitor;
licitor; solicitor; I was specially engaged in a
case which I shall now miss, and I
shall sue the company for detaining detaining-me.
me. detaining-me. I respectfully hold that you in
this county have no jurisdiction over
what occurred in another county."
He was released, and he did sue the
company and got 80 damages.
The first smoking-carriage was In Introduced
troduced Introduced on the Eastern Counties rail railway
way railway in September, 1846.
That Concealing Adornment.
An eastern authoritysays men wear
mustaches to hide and modify their
atrocious homeliness. He says he
hides his own upper lip In this way
because it looks like the upper Up of
a man who would set fire to an orphan
asylum and dance In the ashes a

speaks" for socialism

ANNUAL MOUNTAIN AND SEASIDE EXCURSION
VIA '
ATLANTIC OAST LINE
Round Trip Rates from OCALA to
Washington $20.80, Richmond $18.80
Norfolk $18.80
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE

Wilmington, N. C. $12.00 Chattanooga, Tenn. ....... .$13.80
WinstoiHSalem, K. C, '. .... .$11.00 Monteagle, Tenn. .$15.03
Hot Springs, Va. ....... ... .$18.50 Tate Station, Tenn. $15.50

Roanoke, Va. ... .$16.25 Warm Springs, Ga. ..'......$ 9.00

Mammoth Cave, K.y. ...... .$17.95
Tickets sold August 12th. Limit (August 30th,
For information or reservations 'call on A. C. L. ticket agent, or
A. W. FRITOT, J. G. KIRKLAXD,
Division Passenger Agent, Division Passenger Agent,
Jacksonville. Tampa.

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his horse.
The animal was standing in the full
light of a bright moon, and. seemed to
be staring at an object in the branches
of the tree. As the hunter looked
the branches were violently agitated,

a dreadful yelling scream was heard,
and a dark object, which was a moun mountain
tain mountain lion, landed orf the back of the

horse. The latter sprang into the air.

with a mad scream, little inferior in

shrillness and rage to that of his

enemy.

He returned to the ground with a

great concussion, but failed to shake
off the mountain' lion, so closely did
the latter "cling to his prey. Blood
began to appear on the horse's neck
and shoulders, and the lion was tear

ing his way to his jugular, to let out

the gallant beast's life.

Apparently realizing his full. danger,

before his master could do anything,

the horse snapped the picket rope
and sprang into a dense tangle of
boughs, and the mountain lion was

torn from his seat and hurled back
with great violence. The stallion

passed through the thicket and then

turned to confront his enemy in the

open space, never offering to run

away.

The lion, quickly recovering himself,

and mad with-the taste of blood,
sprang once more into the branches of

the big tree and made another leap to

ward the horse, but missed his aim.

Then he began a series of circles

around the horse, getting nearer and

nearer each time, and at last .made
another leap.

But the brave horse was ready for

him, and with the rapidity of thought

changed front and his hind feet struck

the lion full in thi breast.

The animal rolfed over and over,

with yells of pain and rage, but then

came on again.

This time he came to his death, for

the horse's heels struck him fairly
between the eyes, and crushed his
skull clean across. He gave a few
convulsive struggles and then stiffened
in death, while the triumphant stal

lion stood neighing and pawing the
ground in token of victory.

This is a somewhat broad charge.

as all mustache wearers will duly
aver. There are mustaches far uglier
than the ugliest of upper lips. There
are mustaches in tints that would
frighten a blind man. There are
fringy mustaches that ioudly suggest
the soups of yesteryear.
But they can't be done away with
by sneers, or jeers, or even leers.
You can't do away with an adornment
that in its universal pull begins with
an emperor and ends with a Tartar.

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to into the inner recesses of matter, only
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mal, animal, vegetable or inorganic, restless
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sea, in the air, on land, by devious
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beasts, and finally to man. Henry D.
Sedgwick, in the Atlantic.

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No. 1, (Ocala), will be open on. Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each
week from the 1st Monday in Augrust
till the second Saturday in October.
1&14. In all other districts two days in
each week from the 1st Monday in
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tered registered voter prior to Jan. 1st, 1314.
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One of the Comrades Tell What his
Cult is Trying to do for
the World
Editor Star: For years the re respectable
spectable respectable press of the country (more
vulgarly called the "kept press")
have been telling us that socialism
meant anarchy. They figured cor

rectly that very few .trutn-seeKers
j t t

among tneir reaaers woum iu

their dictionary to sec that socialism

and anarchv are as far apart as the

poles. So they "got away with It,"
and the popular conception of social socialism
ism socialism among those who are not so well
read, is that socialism means vio violence
lence violence and lawlessness. We have
been told that socialist leaders were
mercenary, and that they were dom dominated
inated dominated by the lust for office. When
certain great religious leaders .threw
their influence into the socialist
movement, among whom I 'mention
'Rev. George Kirkpatrlck, author of
"War, What For," Rev. George
Sheldon, author of "In His Steps,"

a famous Christian classic, JRev.
Bourk White, auChor of "The Call of
the Carpenter," Rv. G. It. Lunn, late
.mayor of Schenectedy, X. Y., and

Miss Frances Willard, president and

moving spirit of the Woman's Chris

tian Temperance Union -until her

death, and 'hundreds of other -well

known ministers and Christian lay laymen,
men, laymen, they were accused of "sensa

tionalism," and .barred from the

wealthy churches-.
'Socialists have 'been accused of

advocating "free love;" only a week

ago, two groveling editors of the Re Respectable
spectable Respectable press, in Tarrytown, X. Y.,
were compelled to retract this charge
which they had made against Upton
Sinclair in particular, and all social socialists
ists socialists toy inference.
A couple of years ago 'when Ger

many and France were at each
other's throats, a hundred and twen twenty
ty twenty thousand socialists met on the
border of the two countries, and
'with reverently 'bowed heads, and
uplifted 'hands, took the oath of

peace. War was suddenly averted,
and the nations of the world awoke
to the fact that there was a new
World Power to contend with: The
International Socialist Party. The
complacent middle classes gaped
with amazement; Socialism stood
for Peace, not War. There was a
scurrying for dictionaries and text

books on socialism. Marx's "Critic-

I que of Political 'Economy" and Kirk-

pat rick's "War For What," were

in such great demand that the soc

ial publishers had to turn .the "books

over to (larger concerns in order that

the demand imight ibe met. No one

who reads at all is -very much con confused
fused confused as to the meaning of social-

Ism,

A few days ago came the news

from Paris that the great socialist

deputy, Jean Juarez, had 'been assas assassinated
sinated assassinated ; later from Berlin we were
informed that hundreds of socialist

leaders were ibeing executed. Even
Respectable newspapers ican't very

well revile these socialists who have
been martyred to the cause of peace,

so little is said, except that In Ger

many, they are called traitors and

unpatriotic, because they refused to
commit murder at .the behest of a
maddened war lord. Mean While six sixty
ty sixty million socialists, th world over,
are in mourning. The International
Socialist Bureau calls an extra-ordinary
meeting in order to devise
ways and means of securing peace.
We are informed by the press that
Germany is making poor headway;
news of the great Ttussian Empire Is
strangely scarce. Movements of
troops by both countries are largely
theoretical. The reason is that the
troops of both countries have their
hands full with the rebellion of the
socialists against war. Any mo moment
ment moment may come the new3 that the
governments of both countries have
been overthrown, and socialist ad administrations
ministrations administrations placed in power.
Italy persists in remaining neutral,
for the simple reason that the mo moment
ment moment her soldiers are out of the
country, the socialists will seize the
reins 'of government and proclaim
the nation at peace.
We may say that the whole world
has been plunged into a vast cruici cruici-ble.
ble. cruici-ble. Either the dross or the gold
will be utterly destroyed. Either
socialism will rise out of the ruins of
the great Eastern Empires and -build
a wonderful and lasting civilization,

or the revolutionary element will be
crushed entirely, and all Europe will
be Russianized in principle.
JMeanwhile the prices of food in
this country is soaring to incredible
heights. Our national administra administration
tion administration will fear to take over, the na-tion'-s
food supply for distribution at
cost unless the will of the people is
shown in unmistakable terms. Our
food supply is plentiful and must be
kept at home. Those vultures who
would make use of it to fatten off
the corpse of Europe, while Ameri Americans
cans Americans go hungry, are traitors pure
and simple. Peace Advocate.

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nothing to worry about; his father wUX.
die an old man." Le Sourire.



EIGHT

THE E TONING STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, ID 14
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OCALA OCCURRENCES

Board of Trade meets tonight.
(Moose meet tomorrow evening.
F. U. of A. meets tomorrow night.
Band concert Friday evening.
iWoodmen meet Friday night.
I Dr. A. Ii. Izlax is taking a needed
rest at White Springs.
Mr. B. F. Condon is a business
Tisitor to Atlanta (this week.
Towe3s, table linen and spreads
now going at cost, at Klein's Sell Selling
ing Selling Out Store. S-12-tf
Big line of artificial flowers must
(be sold at once regardless of cost
prices. Klein's Selling Out Store.
For a change of diet try a can of
FleckensieinV homemade sauer sauer-krant,
krant, sauer-krant, at Cam-Thomas Cos. 8-10-3t
'Mr. Charles Chazal has returned
to his position with Mr. Bugbee at
'Hastings.
For 33 cents we will give you one
pound of Cadets Chocolates, this
week only. Gerig's Drugstores.
Juilge David S. Williams expects
to return home Saturday .from a
two months visit to relatives and
friends in New York state.
IMr. E. H. IMote of Leeburg was a
business visitor in the city today.
Mr. tMote has valuable interests 3n
Ocala and often visits the city.
Mr. Leonard Dozier left 'Monday
jmorning lor Jacksonville, where ihe
rwill visit his sonJsQlrEu gene Dozier
Qndimlyr
Mr. William Hocker came over
Crom Daytona Beach last night to at attend
tend attend to business, 'lie will return in
a day or so. .He says the principal
diversion of 'beacdi dwellers these'
days is watching British and German
cruisers Phasing the peaceful ramp
steamers Unto the marinemit.
I repair all kinds of complicated
watches and clocks in (the very best
manner. J. Charles Smith, the jew jeweler.
eler. jeweler. x 8-10-3t
Dr. W. 'P. Cretgler, assistant to the
state 'health officer, -whose headquar-tors-
are in Ocala, left today for
Washington, where be will spend a
few days with the (health department
of the government, and -from there
will go to New York and visit sev several
eral several of the hospitals before return returning
ing returning to Ccala.
Sous Bois, a new French perfume
and a good one; $2 per ounce. Sold
only at Gerig's Drug Stores. 7-25-tf
'Mr. (Sam iL. Ditto, formerly a resi resident
dent resident of this city, now living dn Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, and a -brother of iMr. F. W.
.Ditto of Ocala, is in town today. Mr.
Ditto is selling fire extinguishers an'd
fire safety apparatus, representing
the James Bros, of Philadelphia.
This firm, nowever, is very imudh
alive and is no kin to the famed ban bandits,
dits, bandits, one of whom is dead and the
other just walking around to save
funeral expenses. Sam Ditto was al always
ways always a popular fooy in Ocala, and 'his
town full of friends Is glad : to see
Mm.
Sous Bois extract $2 an ounce. Sold
at Gerig's only. 7-25-tf
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WEATIIEB BE PORT

This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov
ernment.
Max. Min R. F
March average. .74 48 .03
April average. .81 60 .09
May average. .83 61 .05
June average. .90 70 .19
July (Average.. .S8 74 .15
August 1.. 86 6S
August 2 .80 78
August 3 ...... 81 71 .02
Augun' 4. . , .76 71
August 5. . . .86 71 1.22
August 6 72 72 .51
August 7 .78 71 .64
August S. .... .88 71
August 9. 89 ;72 .98
August 10. . ..90 71 .02
August 11' 88 71
Forecast
Fair tonight and Thursday partly
cloudy, probably showers except in
northwest portion.
I K V ( HTRY-McLAIX
Oklawaha, Aug. 12. Wedding
bells were ringing in our midst Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning, when Mr. John Daugh Daugh-try,
try, Daugh-try, a prosperous citrus grower and
cattle king, of Fort Ogden, and iMrs.
Dora .M. McCIain of the AntHMonop-
oly -Drugstore, were quitely married
at the home of the bride's mother,
.Mrs. N. S. Scott.
Hev. aielton, of Plant City spoke
the words that joined the (happy
pair and made them one.
Their most Intimate friends were
not aware of what was going to
take place until the appointed time,
so closely guarded was their secret,
but notwithstanding all that, there
was quite a number of relatives and
close friends present.
The ibride is highly accomplished
and ds much beloved, 'by all wlio
know her. She lhas a .host of friends
in Tampa and Ocala as well as Okla Okla-wpha,
wpha, Okla-wpha, who will wish 'her much 'hap 'happiness.
piness. 'happiness. t
The (groom is widely known over
South FHorida as an enterprising
ibusiness man, and makes friends
wherever ihe goes. After (bidding
their friends here an affectionate
farewell, they left on the noon train
for Fort Ogden, where they will
make .their, future 5iome.
The .writer joins their many
friends in wishing them a long and
happy wedded life.
May the bride always 'be as -happy
as the bird that has flown from
its nest. And may the groom realize
he has won a prize, and ever hold
her dearest and best. J. F.
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(Read the statements of Ocala citi citizens.
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And decide for- yourself.
'Here is one case of it.
'Rev. D. W. Price, 4 Orange street,
Ocala, says: ".My kidneys were
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tie lies

NAVAL STORES -New
York, Aug. 12.1 Turpentine,
4o. Rosin unchanged.
BATTLING 111 BOSNIA
GREAT FIGHT GOING OX IX AXI)
AROUXI) CITY OF
VISEGRAI)
Xish, Aug. 12. The Servians an announce
nounce announce a heavy battle between Aus Aus-trians
trians Aus-trians and allied Montenegrins and
Servians at Visregrad.
THICK AS THIEVES
European Cruisers Watch Merchant
Ships Along Our Coasts
New York, Aug. 12 It was learn learned
ed learned today that two foreign cruisers
have been operating close to the
American coast. The Norwegian
tank Steamer iMohr reports having
been halted off Xantuckett last night
with a shot across her oows from a
warship. After proving her name
and 'nationality, the iMohr -was allow allowed
ed allowed to 'proceed. She was again halted
"by another cruiser off Montauk wlth
the same procedure.
Seeking for Safety
Old Point Comfort, Va., Aug. 12.
The Standard Oil steamer Vulcan,
flying the German flag, put in here
today to escape capture.
ATLAXTIC oceax
REPORTED OPEX
British Cruisers Have Swept the Sea
from Greenland to Trinidad
New York, Aug. 12. Through the
Britis'h consulate, Admiral Oraddock,
aooard the cruiser Suffolk, reported
this afternoon "that the Atlantic was
clear for traffic as far south as Trin
idad. There are no warships now
in the lane of liners to Eoigland.
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KXIGKTS OF PXTHJAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m.at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. M. Gober C C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
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Great Schoolmasters of Happily De Departed
parted Departed Regime Thoroughly Be Believed
lieved Believed in Flogging.

We do not remember, any severe
cases of flogging in the public schools
of our little village on the Connecti Connecticut
cut Connecticut rivei district, Intermediate, gram grammar,
mar, grammar, high. "Hold out your hand!"
and a ruler was brought down upon
it; but we do not remember any In Instance
stance Instance of a sound whipping, Philip
Hale, writes in the Boston Herald.
That was done by parents at home
anxious to raise their young In tho
nurture and admonition of the Lord.
We remember a household in
Northampton where a riding whip, a
rawhide and a carriage whip were
laid on a wretched boy according to
the gravity of his offense. The use of
the carriage whip, necessitating more
dexterity in management, probably
afforded the father more pleasure and
certainly gave him more exercise. To
f chastise a child was in those days
considered a Bolemn religious duty.
There was the book of Proverbs with
its admonitions, and in the sixties
clergymen and members of the con congregation
gregation congregation believed that King Solomon
wrote all the proverbs with his own
hand except those explicitly attrib attributed
uted attributed to Agur. He that doubted this
or did not follow Solomon's advice
was worse than an infidel.. But we
do not remember any Dr. Busby in
our 'schools; Dr. Busby, who had
flogged 16 bishops when they were
his pupilsas bishops they no doubt
still sat uneasily upon the bench
Dr; Busby, who, looking at his pu pupil.
pil. pupil. South, famous afterward as a di divine,
vine, divine, exclaimed: "I see great talents
in that sulky boy, and I shall endeavor
to flog them out." There was no
Dr. Parr, who, as De Quincey said,
had reigned In blood and banqueted
like Moloch upon children's cries.
There was no Bowyer, the master at
Christ's hospital, who "knouted his
way through life, from bloody youth
up to truculent old age," and with
whom the words, Til flog you,' were
so familiar that when a female friend
ot.one of the boys lingered at his
door after having been told to go,
Bowyer exclaimed: "Bring that wom woman
an woman here, and. I'll flog her." Floggings
with all of this great line of school schoolmasters
masters schoolmasters were "uxuries for the mo moment,
ment, moment, and subjects of sweet consola consolation
tion consolation in the retrospect."
FOR SAVING LIFE AT .SEA
Danish Inventor Seems to Have Some Something
thing Something Which Has Merit Be Be-'
' Be-' i; yond All Others.
It is reported that a substitute for
life boats,- which has been recom recommended
mended recommended to several foreign, govern governments,
ments, governments, consists of a hollow steel globe,
flattened on. the bottom and about
eigat Teet In diameter.1 4
With 16 men inside and a supply
of 'fresh water; and provisions it Is
said that this- globe draws less than
two feet of water. A 12-Inch ventilat ventilating
ing ventilating pipe can be raised through the top
of the globe when it Is afloat. This
pipe can, it is claimed, be drawn in
and the opening quickly closed when
desired. A small sail can be raised
with the aid of the ventilating pipe.
The Inventor of this device is a
Dane. He states that he conceived
the idea on seeing an iron water tank
afloat after a terrible wreck in which
several lives were lost. Popular Elec Electricity.
tricity. Electricity. Not Really.
"Now, be careful, my man," said
the lawyer, -in an Insinuating voice.
"Was my client on the track?"
"He was," said the engine driver.
"As -I turned the bend of the curve I
saw
"Sir," thundered the great man, "my
client swears he tramped all the way
through the wood, by the; side of the
railway."
."But I swear he was on the track.
How else did he get Injured?" asked
the engine driver, heatedly.
"Don't question me," roared the
lawyer. "My client did not go on the
rail, sir." .
"Well, then," yelled the driver, "do
you think I ran my engine into the
wood-after him?"
Java's Teak Forests.
Teak forests in Java cover 1,480,000
acres, and, as the area reforested is
two and a half times as large as the
area felled In a given time, this mag magnificent
nificent magnificent stock of timber is continual continually
ly continually increasing. A pest of the Java teak
plantation is alang grass (Imperata
arundlnacae). In order to prevent the
Incursion of this plant, as hoeing is
too expensive, the foresters sow a le leguminous
guminous leguminous plant, Leucena glauca, be between
tween between the rows of teak seedlings. This
chokes the alang, keeps the soil clean
and enriches the soil in humus and ni nitrogen,
trogen, nitrogen, and ultimately disappears with
the increase of the forest cover.
Chains of No Use.
It was a Welsh minister who de
scribed the devil to a little congrega congregation
tion congregation in a remote Welsh valley. Said
the minister:
"The devil Is bound round the mid middle
dle middle with chains, and round th8 arms
with chains, and round the legs with
chains. But, John Jones," pointing to
a man In the front row, "he can reach
you; and you, David Evans," pointing
to one in the middle row, "he can
reach you, and." pointing to one at the
back, "John Williams, he can reach
you." And then a man in the gallery
called out: "Why, he might as well be
loose. Portland Spectator.

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