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OOALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1914
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VANCE OF GERMANS IS ONLY FIFTEE!
I OFFICE ADMITS THAT ALLIES HAVE BEEN ATTACKED
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Photo by American Press Association.
Be grade, the Servian Capital
Belgrade, which King Peter of Servla hastily abandoned, is separated from
Austrian soil only by the river Danube. Close to the Danube Is a fortress,
part of which crowns a hill 150 feet high.
irussels, Aug. 17. It is officially
lounced today that the German
airy made an attack against the
es, but were driven back to
tvTe. This is significant because
avre is (but 15 miLes southeast of
lissels. It indicates that despite
y the Germans are advancing
adlly toward Brussels.
UK IIUXDItED THOUSAND
PHRSSIXG TOWARD THE
jr uiidig, JlUfj, J. v i 1.11 LUC 1 U
mk of a gigantic German army now
position for, a titanic engagement
th the allies, fighting continued
lay between the advance guard of
rmans and the allies massed
und Dinant and southward. Foar
dred' thousand Germans are
shing steadily toward the north
ern French frontier. Heavy rains
3 delaying the main battle. 1
3IADE THEIR MARK
Brussels, Aug. 17. OfBcials tat tat-today
today tat-today the Gernians lost SOOO.kill SOOO.kill-and
and SOOO.kill-and more than that imany were
ken prisoners in the (battle at
lelen. One German battery was
stroyed. The Belgians lost 150
lied and 400 wounded.
AUSTRIAN'S COMING UP
(Amsterdam, 'Aug. 17. It is re re-rted
rted re-rted that Austrian reinforcements
the Germans reached Belgium last
GONE TO THE FRONT
Berne, 'Switzerland, Aug. 17. A
spatoh from Berlin today says the
liser left for the front shortly after
idnight last night. 'His train; is
bund for 'Mainz.
wick's life and lives of three others,
probably fatally wounding the re remainder..
mainder.. remainder.. The dead ore: Mrs. Mamah Borth Borth-wick,
wick, Borth-wick, John Borthwick Cheney, her
13-year old son, Martha Bortbwick
Cheney, her 10 year old daughter
and Dmile Burdell, 30, draughts draughtsman.
man. draughtsman. Frank Lloyd Wright is one of the
'best known architects in the Central
states. He was enstranged from bis
wife several years ago after a scan scandal
dal scandal which linked his name with that
of Mrs. Mamah Borthwick Cheney,
wife of a neighbor in Oak Park, a
AZr NEGRO'S GRIME
ndel Iiives of Four Whites at
Spring Green, Wis, with an Ax
Spring Green, Wis., Aug. 16. -mad
negro armed with an ax yes yes-rday
rday yes-rday ended the romance of Mamah
outon Borthwick, formely -Mrs.
dwin H. Cheney, of Oak Park, 111.,
nd Frank Lloyd Wright, wealthy
hicago architect, with whom she
ad lived as a wife since 1911.
Setting fire to the elaborate ibun ibun-alow
alow ibun-alow built by Wright for Mrs.
Sorthwick here after his enstrange-
lent from his wife, the negro stood
utside and attempted to brain 'Mrs.
orthwick and eight other occupants
the (building, members of the fam fam-I
I fam-I and employes as they fled from
flames. He ended -Mrs. Borth-
SWIFT CRUISER LEIPZIG WILL
STEAM FOR SAMOA
San Francisco, Aug. 17 The Ger German
man German cruiser Leipzig entered the har harbor
bor harbor here for coal this -morning. She
is entitled to enough coal to anake
the nearest German port. It is ex expected
pected expected she will coal for Samoa
where a Japanese attack is antici anticipated.
S80I BE I IT
GOVERNMENT EXPECTS AUSTRIA
TO DECLARE WAR ANY
Rome, Aug. -17. The government
officials believe that Austria will
soon declare war on Italy.
SOLONS MAY RE ABLE
TO GO HOME SOON
president Wilson Says, if They Fol Follow
low Follow Out the Administration
Washington, Aug. 17. The ad adjournment
journment adjournment of Congress may take
place in a few weeks if the adminis administration
tration administration program is strictly adhered
to, said the president today!"
OTHER TELEGRAPH NEWS ON
BEATEN By FRENCH III NAVAL BATTLE DFF
LONG AND DESPERATE EIGHT GOING
Oil AT LOSIIITZA
Xish, Aug. 17. The Servian war
office announces today that a naval
battle was fought in the Adriatic
Sunday between Austrian and French
squadrons In which the Austrians
were defeated. The -battle took place
off Budua. Two Austrian ironclads
were sunk and one set on fire, while
the fourth fled northward toward
BELGRADE BADLY BATTERED
Xish, Aug. 17. -Part of the city
of 'Belgrade has (been destroyed hy
fires caused by the Austrian bom bombardment.
bardment. bombardment. Most of the inhabitants
have fled. Nish is badly crowded
and an outbreak of disease is feared.
LONG, HARD FIGHT NEAR LOS-
Seventy thousand Austrians and
Servians have been engaged in a
desperate battle for forty-eight hours
SUMMARY OF TODAY'S DISPATCHES
Japan has sent an ultimatum to Germany, demanding that Kiao CIrju.
be returned to China.
China will back up Japan in attempt to retake Kiao Cliau from
Germany; lias massed army near city.
French claim steady success in Alsace.
German and French fighting ten miles south of Namur.
All warring powers inform United States they regret they cannot ac accept
cept accept arbitration at present.
French claim, naval victory over Austrians in Adriatic. Two Aus Austrian
trian Austrian shixs sunk and one burned. One escaped to Cattaro.
Officially announced French have sunk Austrian cruiser near Anti-
French claim they are driving Germans back at Dinant.
In consequence of investigation by department of justice, prices of
meat and wheat are falling.
Germans steadily advancing in Belgium. Engaged allied troops in
less than 15 miles of Brussels. Left flank of Germans 400,000 strong
advancing by Dinant toward French frontier. Austrian troops have ar arrived
rived arrived in Belgium to help Germans.
French have crossed Rhine and invaded Bad?n.
Russians have captured important towns in East Prussia, and are
Italian government expects Austria to declare war on Italy.
Fierce battle raging between Austrians and Servians at Losnitza.
Belgrade in ruins, but holds out.
German cruiser Leipzig coaling in San Francisco for Samoa. Be Believed
lieved Believed a Jaj fleet is on the way to Samoa.
If administration program is adhered to, Congress may adjourn in
a few weeks.
ASKS THAT KIAO CHAU BE RETURNED TO
CHANGES ARE VERY FEW THAT GERMANY Will JELiniSH
London, Aug. 17. The British
government was officially notified to today
day today of Japan's ultimatum to Ger Germany.
many. Germany. The statement hy the Jap Japanese
anese Japanese that Kiao Chau must he re
turned to China, and that the In
tegrity of China will not be menaced
by Japan relieved all anxiety on ac
count of Japan.
Germany is given until Aug. 23 to
make a decision.
Japan's action, it is believed, will
hasten a naval battle in the North
PRESENTED THRU THE AMERI AMERICAN
CAN AMERICAN AMBASSADOR
Washington, Aug. 17.- Japan's
ultimatum to Germany reached Ber Berlin
lin Berlin today. It was transmitted thru
the American ambassador. r.v
President Wilson Is entirely satis satisfied
fied satisfied that Japan Is acting In good
faith, in the promise to Tespect the
territorial integrity of China.
CHINA WILL ADVANCE ON KIAO
Peking, Aug. 17. The Chinese
government is preparing to retake
Kiao Chau from Germany. Heavy
forces of Chinese troops have heen
massed in the vicinity of the city In
the last two -weeks.
UP THEIR Eft
SUCCESSFUL IN BEL BEL-AGAINST
AGAINST BEL-AGAINST INVADING
lieved she is waiting for British or
French steamers to come out.
Chased the Dorchester
Newport News, Aug. 17. The
steamer Dorchester of the (Merchants
& tMiners Line, arrived yesterday.
She reported that an unidentified
warship fired three shots at the ves vessel.
sel. vessel. The Dorchester displayed the
American- flag and the nvarship.
WHAT : WARRING POWERS DE DECLINE
CLINE DECLINE TODAY, THEY 3LY
BEG FOR AFTER A
Washington, Aug. 17. .Polite de declinations
clinations declinations of President Wilson's offer
of mediation between the warring
powers in 'Europe reached the state
department today. All of the pow powers
ers powers approached, except Russia, in informed
formed informed the president that much o
their regret they could not accept
his offer of arbitration by the United
States at present.
London, Aug. 17. The French
embassy stated this afternoon that
the battle around Dinant was the
most successful the French have en engaged
gaged engaged In during the present war.
FighHng around Baelen was re resumed
sumed resumed this morning.
THE GERMANS HAVE SWUNG
Brussels, Aug. 17. German andj
KONIGSBERG MAY SOON HEAR
THE HOURAS OF THE
St. Petersburg, Aug. 17. The
general staff reports that the Rus Russians
sians Russians have captured the cities of
Insterburg and Gumbinen, in east eastern
ern eastern Prussia.
Russian troops are now within 52
r 1 1 m t t i
French troops are fighting around nes ox ivoningsourg.
Yvor, ten miles south of 'Namur, to-t
An I HOLDS THEM DOWN
GUARDING THE GOLDEN GATE
"WITH AN IRON HAND
Kaiser's Cruiser Lying in Wait for
Enemy's Merchant Craft
San Francisco, Aug. 17.-
Obregon in Mexico City Maintains
Mexico City, Aug. 17. General
Obregon is maintaining order here
man cruiser was sighted near the j with an iron hand and the terror of
Golden Gate this morning. It is he- j citizens is rapidly disappearing.
The 50kts we offer are
worth more than $100
each divided oetween
forty or fifty people. Now
is your fame to BUY.
HOUSE AND LOT
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now on see B. H. SEYMOUR, or C. L. ANDERSON.
All we ask is a due con consideration
sideration consideration of our prop proposition
osition proposition and a look at
Buying is up to you.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGEIl & CARROLL, P1IOPRIETORS
R. II. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leayenood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
jiie year, In advance $5.00
lii months, in adance..
Tiree months, in advance.
On month, ,n advance. .
One year, in advance....
Six months, in advance...
Three months, in advance,
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to remain in Holland
was over, and they preferred to
come to America. But some of them
told of the fearful slaughter in the
German ranks caused by their ad advance
vance advance in close formation against the
Belgian fire, and expressed a sincere
wish to reach a country where they
wouldn't he likely to be driven into
such bloody conflict with men
whom they had no quarrel.
war 1 than they did. It is unnatural for
Americans to be pessimistic about
things, and with building prospects
as bright as they are there is plenty
in the situation to make people look
on the brighter side of things.
There is now in course of con
struction within the Ucala temtoruyi
$534,500 worth of buildings.
FLORIDA EXHIBIT AT FRISCO
Murder looks bettor in uniform,
but we doubt that it feels any better
to the victim.
Price of lemons is going up. Hope
they will become so expensive that
people will quit handing them to us.
There needn't anybody sneer at
deeds reported by any of the warring
nations of their soldiers and sailors.
All are brave men.
Since the war began, the Interna International
tional International News Service has added fifty
newspapers to its list of clients, and
is receiving new ones every day.
and another island speck or two, in
the Ladrones. If Japan goes into
the war, the Japs will probably try
to grab off these islands. Americans
would much rather have Germans
than Japs in possession of the Caro Carolines.
lines. Carolines. So there would be foundation
for a small sized row at once.
GET TO WORK FOR
THE COMMON GOOD
'Those high-sounding promises of
Russia to Poland must make the
Poles smile. Wonder if Russia
hasn't some promises for Finland,
The prohibitionists of -"New York
iiave nominated Sulzer for governor.
T!he prohibitionists have about as
much chance in New York as a snow snowball
ball snowball in 'Hades.
If this war costs Germans as much
as her enemies figure it out, she may
le compelled to "hock the kaiser."
Outside a vaudeville show, he
wouldn't be worth as much as a
good, husky nigger.
wants to see a line
The .Star would like
see it, also; tout wonders if it would
reduce freight rates from Jackson Jackson-t
t Jackson-t Tille to the interior any.
now President Carranza, of
May he have smoother sail- share.
Judge David S. Williams, secre secretary
tary secretary of the Marion County Fair As Association,
sociation, Association, is home from his vacation
in the north. The judge has had a
good time among his relations and
old-time friends and is in good
shape to take up the work of pre preparing
paring preparing for the Marion and Sumter
The iStar hopes that all in the two
counties will give their best efforts
in the veteran secretary's aid, and
help him to give us the (best fair
ever. There has never been a time
since the fair was instituted when
there was better reason to make a
For one reason, Alachua to the
north and Putnam' to the east are
going to have fairs, this year. Of
this the Star and all other well
wishers of our own section should be
glad, tout while it wants these neigh neighbor
bor neighbor counties to have fine fairs, it
doesn't want Marion and Sumter to
allow themselves to toe excelled. If
they are, it will toe their own fault,
for they have the goods to show if
they only have the enterprise to put
them on exhibition.
The Star hopes that all of its read readers
ers readers who can in any way contribute
to the success of the fair will get
busy at once and prepare to do their
For the last three years the
Elsewhere we publish a letter
from the eminent gentlemen who
compose the FIsrida commission, (
which is trying to arouse in the peo people
ple people of Florida sufficient interest in
the Panama-Pacific Exposition to
cause them to make an exhibit. One
of the reasons why these gentlemen
desire the exhibit to be made is that
they think it will help in procuring
South American trade., which this
country greatly desires, and which,
on account of the war, it now stands
a good chance to obtain. The Star
does not find itself able to whoop it
up very enthusiastically for a Flor Florida
ida Florida exhibit at Frisco. It thinks such
an exhibit, if properly handled,
would do the state some good, but
at the very toest it would toe compet competing
ing competing with another semi-tropical coun country
try country on its own ground. It would do
much more good, in the Star's opin opinion,
ion, opinion, to spend the same money at any
good state fair in the Middle West.
As for trade with South America, the
Star is as keen for that as anybody,
but the trade of this part of the
United States, or in fact any part of
the -United States this side the
Rocky iMountains, is not going thru
San Francisco. The Star advises
the people of Florida to keep their
money at home as much as possible
this year, and to tie strings to all
they have to send abroad.
with forget hard times and turn our at
tention to the upbuilding of Florida,
'Marion county and Ocala. Our fair
will soon be here so lets get busy
and show the outside world that we
can do things v. hen others look on
the dark side.
Yours for better business,
J. D. McCaskill.
SOUTH ERX BOYS SHOULD-
LEARN TO SHOOT
Ing than his predecessor. But where
tloes Villa come in? Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. He'll come in thru the roof if
Carranza isn't careful.
A dispatch telling of the murder
.of four people by a crazy negro figur-
e& on the first pages of some of the
in i n.j i i i i 1 1 1 i h v i 'littirv r l ii iiilc
V peaceful in comparison with the war
v dispatches that have taken all the
first page space for the last month.
. "For the present the United States
nas lost its unenviable position at
the head of the civilized nations in
the matter of homicide. Savannah
Another proof of the truth of the
old saying that it is an ill wind that
.Mows nobody good.
Star has urged on the farmers par particularly
ticularly particularly the merit of making as
many individual exhibits as possible,
and it has seemed to have some suc
cess, as they have steadily increased
year toy year, and there Is no reason
this vear why they should not toe
more numerous than ever.
It is. true that this section has had
. T A-
a oaa spring ana eariy summer, out
the later crops are going to be good,
and they are what mostly count in a
fine agricultural exhibit.
The Star 'hopes all our people will
join in making the fair a success,
for its success or failure means much
to all. It hopes that no one will al allow
low allow any personal or political dispute
to stand in the way of the common
good. It is only a little over four
teen weeks before the gates of the
fair open. Let us all work for its
success and then meet to have
The Star doubts the reports of
German officers in Belgium commit committing
ting committing suicide toy drowning 'because
their men were repulsed at Liege. If
a German officer, or one of any other
nationality, wants to die just now,
there are more honorable methods
than suicide before him.
One olace where the Germans
fiave a naval superiority is off the
"North American Pacific coast. The
Germans have three or four fine, up-to-date
cruisers watching for British
and French ships running in -and
out of San Francisco and other Am American
erican American and Canadian ports. The
British have only the Canadian
cruiser Ttainbow and two out-of-date
sloops of war.
Elsewhere the Star publishes an announcement
nouncement announcement of the divisional rifle
matches of the United States one of
which is to toe held in our own state
at the encampment grounds at Black
Point near Jacksonville. The Star
highly approves of teaching our
youns: men how to shoot. The Star
wishes every citizen of the United
States had a good rifle and knew
'how to handle it. If such was the
case, the country would not need to
fear either foreign invasion or do domestic
mestic domestic tyranny.
HOW WOULD IT DO
To liven up things.
To push things.
To tooom your town.
To advertise your business.
To renew your subscription.
To help your fallen brother rise.
To speak kindly of all; evil of
To wear a smile instead of a
To. trade at home during the com
To take free advice as freely as
you give it.
To get good yourself and do good
To stand by your town and all its
To school your sons and daugh
ters in our schools.
To give every local enterprise
your neip ana encouragement-
To speak your appreciatlTe words
while your friends can hear them.
To whoop your business to the
front and help your competitors to
To send this paper to your friends
that you wish to kindly remember.
To show your interest for your
town by speaking well of It, standing
by it. and living for it. Palm Beach
May Soon Have to Hold Their End
Up Against Hostile Nations
Consistent with the policy of the
United States of depending upon its
citizens for national defense and of
training them in time of peace to
meet that responsibility in time of
war, there are held each year a
series of national rifle and pistol
competitions, which are known as
the national matches. These matches
are held under the supervision and
direction of the 'national board for
the promotion of rifle practice, which
is a (board created toy act of Congress
for this purpose and of which the
assistant secretary of war, Henry L.
Breckenridge, is the president.
These matches are participated in
annually toy teams of eighteen men
representing each branch of the reg regular
ular regular army, and toy teams from the
navy, the marine corps, the U. S.
military and naval academies and
jfrom the national guard of each
state and territory, and by hundreds
of individual competitors as well.
leretofore the matches have usually
.been held on the rifle range at Camp
erry, Ohio, which is the largest in
the country: but this year there is
o toe a departure and Instead of
holding the matches all at one place,
divisional matches are to toe held.
The match to be participated in by
all of the competing elements with
in the states of Tennessee, Ken-i
tucky, North Carolina, South Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi
and Florida will be known as nation
al divisional competition "B," and
will toe held on the Florida state
rifle range, near Jacksonville, In October.
The purpose In having divisional
OCALA HOUSE iOW OPE
WING to the great demand for3 rooms, we
have opened the house for the accomodation
of the public. The remodeling of the house
has not been completed, and the formal opening
will not take place nor will all rooms be ready be before
fore before September 15th. However we have ample
first class rooms, with every modern convenience, 1
for all who may apply. No flies, no dirt, airy and i
We are spending $15,000.00 on and in the Ocala
House, and no hotel in the state will be better
equipped to care for the traveling public, and at
LOUIS N. Long, Manager
Is Youir-Iccmae AMgjM 4
We mean are you getting the service we wish to give you and whlj
you ought to have? We believe you are. Most of our customers a;
satisfied, and we are proud or tne ract. liut it tnere is anytnmg wro
in our relations we want to know it NOW, so we can do our part
straightening it out before the rush days come.
Ocala Ice ck PacMmjjr o
HOW TO TREAT YOUR TOWN
other newspaper in the
is running scare heads
across the front page telling of the
latest developments in Europe, but
the St. Cloud Tribune uses as its
scare head the announcement that
"'Government is to Stock East Lake
with a Million Game Fish." That's
better news and a lot more import important
ant important to the people of St. Cloud than
the war news. We congratulate Edi Editor
tor Editor Triplett. Orlando Reporter Reporter-Star.
Star. Reporter-Star. Very true, Joe. But how many
daily papers followed the Star's ex example
ample example Saturday, and played up the
opening of the Panama canal in
A friend near Dunedin gave us a
can of Florida syrup today. Huh!
Who cares whether sugar is higher
or not? Clearwater Sun.
Its the stuff can toe made to per perfection
fection perfection in every county in the state.
The Clearwater Sun estimates that
if money is raised for Florida to
make an exhibit at the Panama Panama-Pacific
Pacific Panama-Pacific Exposition, 30 per cent of
the amount will be wasted. Powell
is a past master at .boosting, is well
acquainted with Florida and Califor
nia, tout we fear his estimate in this
matter is too optimistic. The Star
Is inclined to put the waste at about
90 per cent.
Talk about it.
Trade at home.
Be public spirited.
Tike a home pride in it..
Tell of its business men.
Remember it is your home.
Tell of its natural advantages.
Tn.de here and induce others
When, strangers come to town use
Don't call your best citizens
frauds and impostors.
Sunnort your local institutions
that toenefiit your town.
Look ahead of self when all the
town is to be considered.
Heln vour nublic officers do the
most good for the most people.
Don't forget you live off the peo people
ple people here, and you should help others
as they help you.
Don't advertise in this paper to
"help the editor," but advertise to
"help yourself." Palm Beach 'News.
yQ -- f0-
There's Nothing Better Than the Best
And'tliat's the reason why,
When for the best yon are in quest,
You'll not pass by, but will stop and buy
Broadway and 14th Street.
ARE GETTING BETTER
? I ATI T
Germany owns a nice little bunch
oT Islands in the Pacific. They are
called the Carolines, and were bought
from Spain in 1899. They are near
neighbors of our possessions, Guam
A tounch of young German soldiers
who had toeen in the fighting around
side the war Liege, by mistake crossed tne nor-
der into 'Holland one day last week.
They were taken charge of by the
Dutch, gave their paroles and took
passage to America on a Dutch
steamship. They did not show any
lack, of patriotism in this, as accord according
ing according to law they Would else have had
Editor Star: General business is
getting better. In some lines, nota notably
bly notably the building industry, there are
indications of decided improvement.
No general disturbance will take
place on account of the war. On the
contrary, underlying conditions are
sound, and the outlook is favorable
for genuinely better business all
around. There is no speculation
anywhere, and the average family Is
probably living more economically
than at any time for three years. In
most instances this economy has
been forced upon individuals, just
as it has been rorcea upon corpora
tions, b3 the changes resulting from
excesses of the past.
People are feeling more hopefu
matches this year instead of a gen
eral match, is to create a wider in
terest In rifle shooting toy bringing
the matches to
tion of a large
alsor to reduce the cost of and in
crease the participation. A further
measure to the latter end Is an
amendment of the rules which will
admit teams and Individual com- 837.05 Cincinnati, Ohio.
petitors from all universities, col- $47.55 Chicago, III.
leges and military schools and col- $02.05 Denver, Col.
leges within the states named. It is $30.30 Evansville, Ind.
expected that many of the schools $35.55 Louisville
and colleges, and particularly those
which maintain a cadet corps, will
participate. In Florida great prep preparations
arations preparations are 'being made for the
holding of these matches. They are
to toe held in conjunction with the
annual matches of the Florida State
Rifle Association, the Southern
Interstate 'Rifle Association and the
National Rifle Association, making
four distinct competitions which will
collectively toe styled the Southern
Shooting Tournament of 1914.
A handsome Illustrated toooklet
has just been issued by the Florida
military authorities giving full in information
formation information as to this tournament,
whicn will cover the period from Oc October
tober October 6 to 22, inclusive, and will toe
the largest shooting event ever held
in the South. A copy of this pro pro-zram
zram pro-zram and full information as to
the tournament can toe obtained
upon application to the Secretary,
Southern Shooting Tournament, P.
O. Drawer 27, St. Augustine, Fla.
These matches will mark the formal
opening of the new Florida rifle
range. All of the riflemen In the
South are anxious to see this new
range, as are those from other sec sections
tions sections of the country, and it is ex
pected that the attendance win De
very large. All southern railroads
have announced specially low rates
for the occasion.
The executive officer or tne
matches making up the boutnern
Shooting Tournament is General
J. Clifford R. Foster of the Florida
National Guard, and the administra administrative
tive administrative staff is composed of officers of
the regular army and of the national
guard of all the states within the
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and you should be thinking about
your fall suit. The display of
samples at Rivers' Is the "newest"
yet. Take a look at the window.
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ticket readiac betweea Bfflo mmd OttUwl mm footf 'or n,
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(at fcaatUome illuatrated booklet free
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FOR SAL.H Fine horse for sale
cheap. A. M. Lansford 3-3-tf-d!
Pat Your Ad. in the STAR if yoo v,vant RES
Atij in;Au EVENING STAR. MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 191
I i I
ISTHMUS OF PANAMA
fcCESSFUL CONCLUSION OF THE GREATEST WORK OF ENGI
NEERING THE WOULD EVER SAW AMERICANS PLAN PLANNED,
NED, PLANNED, PAID FQU AND CARRIED OUT THE WON WONDERFUL
DERFUL WONDERFUL UNDERTAKING
HAVE A "CLEAN-UP" WEEK
When Every Citizen Makes Up His
Mind to Help, the Task Will Be
Found an Easy One.
anama, Aug. 16. The Panama
lial is open to the commerce of the
rid. Henceforth ships may pass
and fro thru the great waterway
ich establishes a new ocean water-
y for trade.
The steamship (Ancon, owned by
I Itv ftiriola ran rl n m nph In n f
3 United 'States -war department. ....., ,
i that street cleaners do really clean,
th many notable people cn board, that garbage collectors do their task
bterday made the official passage tnorougniy, ana mat puonc ouiimngs,
f I onnsroo and tmrlro cnull ho an OYnmnlp
ijh signalize:! the canal's opening, t fatness. But what the officials
W left CriStobC'I at 7 O ClOCk VeS-t rn r, ,1a will Va hut o Hrnn in- tho
- & A ITAAi WW kUb Vt VAA I W
'relay morning and reached Balboa bucket, compared with what should be
GOOD ENOUGH ALREADY.
This is the old thing she quoted:
"A woman, a dog and a walnut tree,
the more you beat them the better
This is what the Brute answered:
"Well, what of it?"
"Are you one of those who think
that silly old rhyme true?"
"I am much relieved," said the worn-
QCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
MARION-DUNN- MASONIC LODGE
fMarion?Dunn Lodge No. 10, F. &
A. M.t meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
' Baxter Carn, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
an. "I was afraid that you were a 0UDEU OF EASTERN STAR
reacuuuary, dui l see tnat you are a
moaern. isow tell me what it is In Ocala Chapter, No. 2D, O. E. S.,
that horrid old rhyme that you can't meets at Yonge's hall the second and
stand for?" fourth Thursday evenings of each
"Well, I never could see," eaid the month at 730 o'clock.
man, frankly, "why a walnut tree had
to be beaten."
Men will be men! Cleveland Plain
.Mrs. Flora Brown, W. 31.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
Not a Bad Plan.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
I hear you are devoting much- time evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel-
to the study of Hamlet"
come always extended to visiting
Yes; I have gone over contempo- brethren. J. H. Benjamin, X. G.
rary literature very carefully, and also
read all the modern critical estimates
I could find."
"You are familiar with all the com commentators,
mentators, commentators, of course?"
'Have you ever read 'Hamlet?
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every 'Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
"No; and that would be a good idea ?as HalH weT Jmes Carlisle
arugsiuic. u. cumiaj wtricoii.it; iu vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. Gober, C. C.
Chas. K. (Sage, K. of .R. S. Ad
by the way." Kansas City Journal.
GUIDE TO PROPHECY.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
in the after-
iVthe Pacific end at
The Ancon will remain at the Bal-
g her cargo, this Iteing the first
mmercial voyage made 'thru the
The canal will be used today for
e transfer of four cargoe ships.
The Ancon's trip was the fastest
t made by a large ocean steamer.
Ihe steamer went thru the
done. It is the corners that are out
of sight that need most attention, the
courts, cellars and back yards, and
for some time, discharg-j WC- V1
control, ii aepenas, mereiore, upon
the householder to do the major share
in the elimination of rubbish, the
overhauling of the things that collect
dust and filth, and the whole process
that goes to make up the real city
For in the last analysis the "city
beautiful" is made up only secondarily
of parkways and fine buildings; the
essential beauty of a city is found in
its cleanliness and upon its cleanli cleanliness
ness cleanliness depends its healthfulness. Dirt
of any 6ort means multiplication of
disease, and disease means economic
waste. Therefore "clean-up week"
means business prudence and enter enterprise.
prise. enterprise. Health means wealth and prog progress
ress progress and all the things toward which
a wide-awake community aspires. It
is the patriotic duty of every citizen
to do his part, and the wiser ones will
not wait for the wreek, but will begin
to prepare for the clean-up without a
lever before equalled. The
pekages were equally. rapid.
Col. George W. Goethals, builder
the canal and governor of the
jne, watched the operations closely
nd was pleased at the Improved
andling of the locks. 'He declared
lat even this would be imade much
etter with time.
Captain Hugh Rodman, superin superin-ndent
ndent superin-ndent of transportation, who di-
ected the trip, voiced similar senti-
All the seventy-four regular offic offic-rs
rs offic-rs and men on board the Ancon ap ap-eared
eared ap-eared in spotlessly white uniforms
ind the ship itself glistened with
hew paint over which fluttered signal
lags and the flags of all nations.
At the foreeak was the ensign of
he Panama Republic while at the
A flnf two1 ; tho "HTmifto
pennant of the Panama Steamship
ifieet. On the jaekstaff was the flag
fof the United States.
I Invitations to be guests on this
first trip had been much coveted and
the rails were lined with local offic
ials and those of the Panama Repub
lie. Col. Goethals, builder of the
canal and governor of the zone, was
on the bridge with Cant. Sukeforth,
of the. steamer, together with Capt
tHugh IRodman, U. S. X., superin
tendent of transportation.
The Panama national band and
yffe regimental band of the Tenth
' United States Infantry played the
4"3tar Spangled Banner," as the ship
filled away, but the music was al almost
most almost drowned by the whistles of the
steamers in the harbor.
To assure unimpeded passage for
the Ancon, all' 'traffic, including the
workine boats in Culebra cut, was
brought to a standstill. The severa
thousand canal laborers enjoyed a
holiday. Together with villagers of
all types from the surrounding ter
ritory, they lined the banks at vari
nns vantaze noints. The iAncOn was
fullv loaded with the regular cargo
. that she had brought from New
York, the freight having been pur
posly left on board to give the cana
a full test with the ship drawing its
full depth, of water.
If 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
"""rst to August 31st, which is a fine
entertainment. Monteagie is on the
top of the Cumberland mountain,
over 2 000 feet above sea level. The
finpst mineral water, most elegant
-,r Oocf nf the Rockies. For
fcSCc-u e j. j uv
health, pleasure, rest and beauty,
there is no place like Monteagie in
thP South. WTrite at once to mts
E. Wr. Williams, Proprietress, the
Hjufe. Monteagie, Ten-
HOW OUR ANCESTORS LIVED
The So-Called Good Old Days Had No
Advantages Over Present
For centuries the common people of
England made their home in wooden
huts of one room. When a family in
creased m numoers or weaitn, an
other hut was built beside it, or, rath
eer, a lean-to was added, and then an
other and another, as need required.
Sometimes they followed a straight
line; at other times they were built
out from the central hut at various
angles. The roofs of these huts were
thatched. An opening was left in the
center for the smoke to escape. The
fire was always built in a hollow in
the center of the room. Beds were
made of straw, often they were mere merely
ly merely shakedowns in the corner. Occa Occasionally
sionally Occasionally the straw was held in a little
frame resembling the ribs of a ship.
Houses built by Saxon knights were
much more pretentious. They were
i . vs fib n i
Fort King Camp -No. 14 meets at
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. (Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, R. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge "No. 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even
ings in each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. .W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
How Snakes Move Along.
To watch a snake or a serpent glid gliding
ing gliding smoothly and silently along the
ground is to see cne cf the most mar marvelous
velous marvelous things in natural history. In In-deed,
deed, In-deed, the wisest man who ever lived
confessed that the motion of a snake
was one of the things that he could
not understand. As a matter of fact,
a snake walks on the ends of Its
ribs a very curious use for ribs to be
put to. These rib3 are very numer numerous,
ous, numerous, there being one for each part of
the backbone. Each rib is also fixed
to cne of the large belly scales. By
the muscles acting on the ribs, these
scales are moved forward one after
the other, their edges catching the
ground, and the result is a rapid glid gliding
ing gliding motion. We notice that the body
always moves from side to side in a
wriggling or writhing manner, never
up and down, as is sometimes shown,
in pictures'. It is the very flexible
backbone that allows of this writhing
movement, and the structure of the
backbone also allows of its being
This it a prescription prepared especial!
for MALARIA or CHILLS 6. FEVER
Five or six doses wil' break any case, an
f taken then as a tonic the Fever will no
eturn. It acts on the liver better thai
Talomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25
Lepers' Island In France.
A lepers' island is to be established
in France, as the result of the sudden
discovery that more than six hundred
lepers are living in that country, cir circulating
culating circulating among the inhabitants. Tho
minUier of the interior appealed to a
special commission of the French
Academy of Medicine to advise the
best means to prevent the spread of
the disease, and among the various
measures recommended by the com commission
mission commission is one to make one of the
islands off the coast of France into a
lepers colony, thu3 isolating them
from the rest of the world. Not all of
the 600 lepers now known to the au authorities
thorities authorities will be transferred to tho
island, but a special commission will
sit on each case and decide whether
the leper shall go to the island or may
remain under treatment in the coon-try.
Had the Laugh on Stephens.
The Etory is told of Alexander II.
Stephens that at a politic 1 meeting
he vigorously decried his wpponenfs
charge, exel fm!ng. "I deny the fact!'
"Yes." promptly replied Ms antago antagonist,
nist, antagonist, "that Is what I expe ed you to
do. For twenty years you have been
going around denying facts." Tho
audience roared with delight and Mr.
Stephens left the hall, having learned!
a valuable lesson In the use of a word.
If you would be a weather man.
Know nature's moods and ways,
You'll always make a prophecy
Of rain on picnic days.
Ocala Lodge No. 690, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:3.0 p. m.
Visiting brethern always welcome to
the lodge and club house on Mag
nolia street, near postoffice.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
Rt. Rev. Abbott Charles, Pres.
Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
Five Miles West of Dade City and One Mile East of San Antonio A
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES I
$225 F8R TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and &
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1914
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA
THE TWENTY YEAR TEST
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Some twenty yeara ago I used
Chamberlain's Ool.'c, Cholera and Di-
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge s Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
arrhoea Remedy," writes Geo. W. each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Brock, publisher of the Enterprise,
Aberdeen, Md. I discovered that it
was a quick and safe cure for diar
rhoea. Since then no one can sell
me anything said to be 'just as gooi.'
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary.
H. C. cf L.
'Everything seems to be going up In
I T T J 9 m. A
During all these years I have used price. tcuia juu ueueve u, it costs
it and recommended it many times almost as much nowadays to dress-a
and it has never disappointed any anyone."
one." anyone." For sale by all dealers. Ad.
A Walla .Walla man is charged with
endeavoring to annihilate a rabbit
colony with the aid of a pint of kero kerosene
sene kerosene and a lucifer match. A rabbit
was soaked in- the liquid and touched
off with a match. Whereupon, with a
beautiful understanding of the fitness
of things, the blazing creature bur
rowed into the nearest haystack, while
thousands of amused rabbits sat
around and watched the fun. No In Insurance.
surance. Insurance. Cleveland Plain Dealer.
child as it does a grown person?" "I
don't doubt it at all. Only yesterday
I had to buy a new dog collar for
Flfi and the prices have almost
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 tiie south.
Water temperatures are mild, hanging around 80 to' 85, so that the
most delicate person can derive much benefit from surf bathing.
Rates $2.50 to $3 a dey $12 to $18 a we "r.. Week end rate lJ50.
W. H. ADAMS, Onner and Manager, Pablo Beach, Florida
THE CASE OF L. L. CANTELOU
The ease of L. L. Cantelou, Clare-
den, TeiLas, is similar to that of many
others who have used Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme
dy. He says, "After trying a doctor
for several months and, using dif
ferent kinds of medicine for my wife.
who had been troubled with severe
bowel complaint for several months,
I bought a 25c bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
big halls, like the Roman atrium, with Remedy. After using the second bot-
a lofty roof thatched with slate or tie she was entirely cured." For-sale
wood shingles. The floor was of hard
clay. In the middle was a great fire
of dry wood. The thin, acrid smoke
from the fire escaped through an open opening
ing opening in the roof directly above the
Round the fire were long benches on
which hearthsmen and visitors sat,
when nbt fighting or at work, and
by all dealers.
Ofd Master's Work.
Mrs. Parvenue "That picture in
the corner is by an old master." Mrs.
Swartleigh "Indeed! I would never
have guessed it." Mrs. Parvenue
'Yes, the man I bought It from gave
me. a written guaranty that the paint-
talked and drank the hours through, er was past seventy-five before he did
trestles. At night the floor was strewn
with straw, and, like the less prosper prosperous
ous prosperous folk,, host and visitors slept to
gether. Youth's Companion.
TSne Star Will Mofl GSve Away
WdDodDdD Una dMMl
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 Houses 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.
The following firms of Ocala will allow you the discounts set opposite their names on all cash pur purchases
chases purchases made when Star Subscription Coupons are presented at the time of making purchases:
Waste Paper Scatters.
The man who wilfully or carelessly
allows waste paper to litter the public
streets ought to be made to pick it
up. ana. in aaaiiion tnereto, pay a
fine into the city treasury.
Dr. D. M. Boney, eyesight special
ist; office and laboratory 2-6 Gary
building. A specialty of correcting
vision where others fail. 7-23-tf.
Always Exerting Influence.
We are, all of us, whether young
or old, famous or obscure, people of
influence. We cannot live a day with without
out without affecting the world somewhat for
good or ill, whether we will or no.
We are all a part of life's forces,
whether we know it or not. Be as
humble as you like, you are still a per person
son person of influence, if not by your own
choosing, then often by God's decree.
It may be only a smile or a simple
kindness that you have given to a lit
tle child, but it starts agencies you
little dream of; or it may be some
selfishness or lack or honor, some
weakness in you that sets in motion
a long train of hurtful and sad influ
ences or circumstances. For all life
is connected, and whether you wdsh it
or not your life affects other lives,
Use of Peat in Canada.
The experimental -work conducted
by the Canadian government in re
gard to the manufacture of peat
proved so successful that there are
now two private concerns producing
peat, one at Alfred, Ont., and the oth other
er other at Farnham, Quebec. It is said
that the peat manufactured by the
Canadian government and used by
private persons is satisfactory for
grates and also good for cooking.
NOT SO STRANGE AFTER ALL
Marion Hardware Company, Hardware 5 per cent
J. J. Gerig, Drugs (Postoffice drugstore & Annex Drugstore) 5 per cent
Knight & Lang, Wagons, Buggies, etc 5 per cent
A. E. Burnett, Jewelry 5 per cent
E. G. Rivers, Gents Furnishings 5 per cent
Smith Grocery Co. (Except Feed Stuffs and Special Sales
Day Bargains 5 per cent,
Hayes & Guynn, Dry Goods 5 per cent
Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture... 10 per cent
A. M. Lansford, Music Dealer 10 per cent
Miss Mary Affleck, Millinery ..- 5 per cent
B. Goldman, "Why Pay 3Iore?M 5 per cent
Little's Shoe Parlors, Shoes 5 per cent
You may think it strange that so
many people are cured of stomach
trouble by Chamberlain's Tablets.
You would not, however, if you
should give them a trial. They
strengthen and mvigorat the
stomach and enable it to perform its
functions naturally. Mrs. Rosie Rish
of abash, Ind., writes. "Nothing
did me the least good until I began
using Chamberlain s Tablets. It Is
decidedly the best medicine for
t4vm ortli it ltlzi T Vi o Ta firm, 9 9
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.
A.nna. R MrCalt
For sale by all dealers. Adv. LJ
i i ii a
THE OCALA E-EMXG STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1014
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
X"v 'X-X' v vvX"X X"Xw: X XKIK:"
(If you nave any items for this department call phone 10 C)
Seek your life's
your life's work.
for the Day
Amid palms and exquisite flowers,
banked in meat artistic beauty and
surrounded by friends, 'the nearest
and dearest since earliest childhood,
Miss Catherine Johnson was wedded
today to iMr. George Dillard Carter
ol Jacksonville, the ceremony taking
place at 11 o'clock at the First Bap
tist church of -Mieanopy, Rev. W. D.
Entzminger officiating. Promptly at
the appointed hour .Rev. Entzminger
took his place before the altar and
the ever-inspiring strains of Men Mendelssohn's
delssohn's Mendelssohn's wedding march played by
Miss Vida May of that city, an announced
nounced announced the bridal party. First
came the maid of honor, Miss Carrie
Watson, a picture of girlish beauty
in delicate pink, carrying an armful
of exquisite pink carnations, and
the dame of honor, Mrs. M. D. Mott,
most queenly and radiant in the same
exquisite pink with arm bouquet.
They took their places in a semi semicircle
circle semicircle about the altar, on the left
and the groomsmen, Messrs. John M.
Simonton and Barco Xeal of McIn McIn-tosh,
tosh, McIn-tosh, going to the right. Following
fthe fairy princess flower girls, Misses
Tfcelma Mott. and, Mae Mehellens,
who scattered petals from tiny tulle tulle-covered
covered tulle-covered baskets, came Master Jim
Carter, nephew of the groom of (Bar (Bartow,
tow, (Bartow, and charming as a prince, bear bearing
ing bearing the wedding ring upon a tiny
satin cushion. iHe preceded the
bride, who leaning upon the arm of
her father, Mr. W. P. Johnson, was
most charming and radiantly beau beautiful
tiful beautiful in her bridal robe of softest
satin and lace. She carried, an im
mense shower ihouquet of bride
roses and was as queenly a bride as
ver graced Mieanopy. The groom,
approaching from the altar with Mr.
Carl Johnson, brother of the bride
as best man, wet the bride half-way
down the chancel and led her to the
altar, -where (Rev. Entzminger most
jfonpressively read the ring service
.-.scn-a pronounced the blessing that
imrrfle them man and wife. During
'lift nnKnm rn tt 'Afn
euuereu very soixiy, tne uncial
:party leaving the church to the
strains of Lohengrin's happy Inspir Inspiration.
ation. Inspiration. Immediately following the
ceremony the (bridal company -was
entertained at a high noon reception
at .lie bome of the 'bride's parents.
The bappy couple 'motored to Ocala,
frhere they caught the northbound
'Seaboard for Jacksonville, from
wmcn point tney win leave tonigm
rrrvi onr Vnrlr tn enonrl t h n i r h nn qw
:moon. While away they will visit
mairy cities of interest and Niagara,
jjEftnTiiIng in October to Jacksonville,
wuctc iucj wxii iu lug luiuie itjsiue.
Mm Carter grew to young woman woman-SiDod
SiDod woman-SiDod in Mieanopy and is one of the
city's most charming and best loved
young ladies. Mr. Carter has long
identified himself with Jacksonville
and is a most exemplary young man,
and Is rated as one of that city's
substantial and enterprising citizens.
The best wishes of a large circle of
friends all over the state are extend extended
ed extended to the splendid young couple.
Mrs. F. J. Hagood of Jacksonville
, and Miss Sue Moore of Ocala passed
through the city yesterday en route
to Mieanopy, -where they will attend
the marriage of the former's nephew,
3Ir. Geo. D.f Carter, and Miss Kath Kathleen
leen Kathleen A. Uohnson, tomorrow morning.
Miss Marion Dewey of Ocala re returned
turned returned home yesterday after a de delightful
lightful delightful visit with Miss Eva Futch.
diss Lila C. Fraser of Komokb
was in the city Saturday, leaving in
the evening for iArredondo, where
she will Ibe a guest of Miss Annie
Bevill today. Miss iFraser is agent
for the girls' canning clubs, but her
work is now practically over until
about the first of November.
ville. They -will spend two weeks
visiting friends in and around Bal Baltimore,
timore, Baltimore, and expect to spend several
days with Mr. and Mrs. Crum, who
have been winter visitors to Lake
Weir the past three years.
oez.n ai once tn
the November fair
he hopes will be better and larger in ;
way than ever. Miss Polly
is in Europe
;e s voungest
studies in art. The family have no
uneasiness as to her welfare as she;
is with the family of an uncle who!
is an officer in the German arniv.
Of Interest to Mothers
The second annual better babies
m m m
Miss Helen Cochrane returned to
her home in Palatka today after a
week-end spent at Gienhurst as the
guest of Misses Katherine and Mil Mildred
dred Mildred Pyles.
Mrs. Jennie R. Brown, who is now
at her summer home, Menlo, Ga.,
has just returned from the meeting
of the Supreme Grand Lodge of Py Pythian
thian Pythian Sisters at Winnipeg, Manitoba,
Canada, and of which Supreme
Grand Lodge she was elected to a
responsible office. Palatka News.
Mrs. Brown is well known in this
city, where as state organizer for
the Pythian Sisters, she instituted a
temple of that order here last win winter.
ter. winter. Her Ocala friends will be pleas pleased
ed pleased to know that she has been so de deservedly
servedly deservedly honored.
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'Mr. and iMrs. Lorenzo Cullum left
Saturday afternoon for their home
in Batesburg, S. C, after-a ten days'
visit to !Mrs. Cullum's parents, Capt.
and Mrs. S. R. Pyles.
Miss Myrtle Brinson is having a
delightful visit to the family of her
uncle, Mr. M. Hertell, on Virginia
avenue, in Gainesville.
Mrs. S. R. Birdsey and little ones
left this afternoon for their home in
Macon, Ga., after a delightful visit
of several weeks to Mrs. Birdsey's
mother, Mrs. H. A. Ford and fam family.
Mr. Will iE. 'Sinclair of 'Esperanto
Springs, is greeting his many friends
in this city. Mr. Sinclair accom accompanied
panied accompanied his mother, Mrs. Wm. Sin Sinclair
clair Sinclair home on Friday from the
southern portion of the state, where
she bas been the guest of her daugh daughters
ters daughters for several months. Mr." Sin Sinclair
clair Sinclair has visited in California and
Texas since his last visit to this city
and speaks most interestingly of his
trip to his friends.
Mr. W. Z. Zewadski, Jr., and Mr.
IRobert Clark motored up from Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Saturday night for a week-end
visit to relatives, Mr. Zewadski com coming
ing coming especially to see his wonderful
little son, who is on his first visit to
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
K. Zewadski, Sr. The gentlemen
will return to Tampa Tuesday.
(Mr. and Mrs. (E. G. (Rivers return returned
ed returned today from a week-end visit to
friends and relatives in Mieanopy,
where they went especially to be in
attendance upon the marriage of
Miss Catherine Johnson to Mr. Geo.
D. Carter, which was solemnized in
that city today.
Mr. Ben -Rheinauer has gone to
iXew York City to purchase the fall
and winter goods for the firny of
iRheinauer & Co. While in the big
contest will be held, under the aus-t
pices of the Ocala Woman's Club, in;J
the new club house in November.
This contest will be conducted
along the same general lines as those
f hfwif mrjTrntfTT
followed last year, and a prize
be given to the winning baby of each
Watch the papers for detailed in-
rormation, or address, -Mrs. u. l.
Anderson, chairman enrollment com committee,
mittee, committee, Ocala, Florida.
Mrs. R. R.
Carroll and daughter
home yesterday from
;, where they have
Mrs. Carroll's sisters,
Mrs. Ramsaur and Mrs. Hannah, for
the past six weeks.
'Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McDonald
have returned from a weeks' visit
to friends and relatives in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. V
Miss Ellie Tydings delivered a
splendid lecture on "Missionary
Work in Mexico," yesterday morning
at the Methodist church at Anthony.
She was listened to with keenest in interest,
terest, interest, for everyone is more or less
! interested in the affairs of Mexico at
this time. Miss Tydings is anxiously
awaiting her call to return to Dur-
ango, where for many years as a
Methodist missionary she conducted
a school for young women.
This weeks' social calendar will be
brightened by several informal par parties.
ties. parties. During the mid-sumemr season
the college set comes into its own,
and all sorts of pleasures are plan planned
ned planned in their honor, and for the pleas pleasure
ure pleasure of those that come from distant
cities to spend a portion of their
holidays with relatives and friends.
On Wednesday evening IMr. and Mrs.
Robert L. Anderson' will entertain at
beautifully appointed dance at
their home in compliment to their
house geust and niece, 'Miss Ludle
Smith, of Louisville, K.
FALL AND WINTER SUIT
Now is the time to get it.
city Mr. iRheinauer h opes to be afole
Eastern Star Sewing Circle
The (Eastern Star sewing circle
will meet Wednesday afternoon at
Yonge's hall instead of with Mrs.
Weihe, on account of her being out
ilrs. S. G. Moyers and children
iiave returned from Lake Weir,
tvhere they were the guests of Mrs
Otis Green of Ocala, who is summer
ing at this pretty resort. Tampa
(Miss Mary Connor 'and her young
sister, Miss Miriam Connor, wil
leave the last of the month for Bal
timore, Md., sailing via the Merch
jints & Miners Line from Jackson-
to get some message from
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
(Mrs. Charles Rheinauer, who are
amons the marooned Americans in
'Mrs. William Hocker left Sunday
afternoon for a ten days visit to
Mrs. Jack Camp and family in Ashe-
ville, X. C. Mrs. Tlocker's family,
who are summering at Seabreeze,
have as their guest during their
mother's absence their aunt, Mrs. E.
H. Mote of Leesburs:.
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe is spending a
few weeks at North Lake Weir, oc
cupying one of the Connor cottages,
and has as ber guests her son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Weihe of Jacksonville and her niece,
Miss 'Henrietta Rabe.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Blalock are hav having
ing having a delightful visit in Tallahassee
wath their daughter, Mrs. T. J. Xixon
Mrs. George H. Ford, after a visit
of a month with her parents, Mr
and 'Mrs. B. A. ueathers, returned
to her home in Jacksonville today.
Mrs. L. B. Tyding has returned to
her home in Williston, after a
weeks' visit at the home of her son
and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs.
Chas. U. Tydings.
The Ocala Country Club and golf
links which are being kept open for
the pleasure of its members who are
spending the summer at home, pre presents
sents presents a beautiful sight each after
noon when the elements permit.
While no set program -has been ar
ranged the delightful informality
makes the games all the more enjoy
able, the links being in prime condi
tion and the one spot of earth that's
away from the ibusy whirl and city
Miss Annie Atkinson, after avisit
of a week to Miss Grace Holtsinger
at her home in Mdrristown, Tenn., is
now the guest o iMiss Mary Gal Gal-braith
braith Gal-braith at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. 1. Galbraith at Gal Gal-braith
braith Gal-braith Springs, Tenn., where she she-will
will she-will remain for a month or more
Special Representative, Mr. Pope,
will be with; us
liiays Tiesiay aii;We$isi
AUGUST 17th, 18th and 19th.
Come in and see the New Styles
Mrs. Walter Yonge and children
of Jacksonville are in the city the
guests ot LYir. ana urs. t. tu. i onge
and family. Mr. Yonge has been
here several weeks, doing some
plumbing work on the new high
Judge David a. Williams, alter a
visit in 'Massachusetts and New York
state for several weeks with his
children, has arrived home, greatly
improved by his trip. Judge Will-
The iMethodist sewing circle met
this afternoon with 'Mrs. French, one
of the best loved members of the
congregation who on account of in infirmities
firmities infirmities cannot always be one of
their number. The ladies met at the
parsonage at 3:30, each with a
daintily prepared lunch and her
sewing bag, and went in a body to
Mrs. French's residence and gave
her one of the most enjoyable sur surprise
prise surprise parties of her life. A grand
good time was enjoyed and when
the lunches were opened it proved a
spread indeed, a feast of reason and
a now or soui.
Miss Marguerite Porter, who is
the lovely guest of her sister, 3irs.
Lew Lyons of DesMoines, Iowa, has
just returned to Mrs. Lyons' after a
week delightfully spent with a jolly
house party of friends at Lake Obo Obo-boji,
boji, Obo-boji, near DesMoines, where the
happiest of good times was enjoyed.
Next week Miss Porter will go with
a party of friends to Denver, Colo
where for three weeks they will
revel in the beauties of that wonder
ful city and state.
Among the many delightful social
ieatures at Grove Park Inn, Ashe-
ville, X. C, last week, was the sixteen
course dinner of -Friday evening giv given
en given at this popular hotel by Mr. Will William
iam William Camp of this city, when he en
tertained in compliment of the Ocala
ineuus tuai, are spending tne sum summer
mer summer at that charming resort. Among
Mr. Camp's guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Simpson of Jacksonville,
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hall, Miss Mary
Bnrford or Ocala, 3I1S3 Harrell or v
Roanoke, Va.,lOIr. J. B. Long of
Tampa, Dr. Todd of Atlanta, Mrs.
Clarence Camp ajLd'TJkir; Earl Hall of
Mrs. Butler who has ibeen in the
hospital for several weeks, returned
to her home at Inverness today fully
recovered from her recent Illness.
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The following from the Arcadia
Enterprise fits our situation exactly
and in the hopes that every city dad
will read and take its teachings ser seriously,
iously, seriously, we give you this pleasure of
musing" during some quiet even
tide upon this "burning issue.
"She riseth wrong end -first about
a. rm., stretcheth herself 'horizon
tally, walleth her eyes angelically
skyward, looketh as pious as a color
ed deacon who passeth the contribu
tion basket, as docile as an alligator
basking in .Florida's glorious sun sunshine,
shine, sunshine, and secretly iprepareth her
program .for the day. Verily, she is
full of deceit as a boarding .house
pantry is full of prunes. Verily, she
is as full of mischief as a town pup
is full of fleas.
"She turneth her bugle note loose
upon an unsuspecting and aerense-
less slumbering community. She
bawleth and bellyacheth 'till her
cuzzle trough swelleth as big as a
banana stalk. Her voice Is likened
unto a cross between a steam caliope
and a soaD factory whistle. She
openeth her lungs at full capacity:
She hallohooeth and ibelloweth 'til
the whole town is in a nervous fren
zv. She beateth every known fire
alarm for pulling people out of bed.
The hog pistol is but a fizzle fire firecracker
cracker firecracker as compared to the lungs of
"Having assured herself that the
community is awake and astir, she
slapeth her foot on the sort pedal
and shutteth off her steam, cougheth
up her mango and cheweth with as
much vigor as a damsel cheweth her
ore-bought wax at a country break breakdown.
down. breakdown. She tburyeth her face in as
deep content as a piccaninny buryeth
his front piece In a DeSoto county
watermelon, and then setteth up her
"When she Is turned out for the
day she taketh the sidewalk as her
playground and the whole town for
ForEvcry Taste For Every Need For Every Purpose
There never has lien euch a typewriter line.
' For completeness and comprehenireness, it if
hard to see how this line can ever havcaririL
WHATEVER the need of the typewriter user,
whatever the purpose for which he intends to
use the machine, whatever his preference for
one form of construction over another, there is bound to
be some typewriter in the great Remington line that will
suit his purpose his every purpose better than any other
machine. It matters not what purpose whether straight
writing or any variety of special work, including writing,
adding and subtracting there is always a Remington Remington-made
made Remington-made machine that exactly fits the need Variety end endless,
less, endless, but only one standard of quality THE BEST.
Remington Typewriter Company
226 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
ACCURACY SECUittTT 2
(Continued on Fifth Page)
Marlon County Abstract Company
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
First consideration and especial attention &i?eil to i in all trncta.
ADVAHCING III ALSACE
ditches ciioki-:i. say the
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, MOXIlAV, AUGUST 17, 114
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London, Aug. 17. The official
press bureau issued a bulletin tolay
recounting the rapid advance of the
French troop.-? in Alsace. Trenc-hes
abandoned by the Germans are full
of dead and wounded. A thousand
prisoners have been taken.
NO WOK KM AN CAN A FIORD TO USE POOH QUALITY
TOOLS; IT COSTS TOO 31UCIC TLME A XI) WOKUV. O UK UK-TOOLS
TOOLS UK-TOOLS AKK I'KOI'KKLY TEttll'EItED AND HOLD THEIR
AVE NEVER BORE OUR CUSTOMERS WHEN THEY COME
IN BECAUSE TO DO RUSINESS IT IS ONLY NECESSARY FOR
THEM TO SEE OUR GOODS AND OUR PRICES.
WHEN YOU NEED HARDWARE COME TO US.
OUR HARDWARE STANDS HARD WEAR.
? OCALA, v FLORIDA
BROKE IIIIO BADEM
FRENCH IIAVK AT LAST CROSS CROSSED
ED CROSSED THE RHINE IN FORCE
Paris, Aug. 17. The war office
announces the capture of the town
of St. Blasien, Baden, by the French.
I The Germans rare offering a furious
resistance to the French advance.
AFTER THE EXTORTIONISTS
One Week Only, Beginning Monday, Aug. 17th
ONE Upright, Oak Case
A splendid instrument for pr actice purposes; ia very good
ONE Upright, Walnut Case $185
LA $500 piano when new, and now practically good as new.
We absolutely guarantee this bargain.
ONE Upright, Fancy Figured Mahogany $295
A standard make, only shop worn, and guaranteed as a
Wide-Spread Crusade Against the
People who are Trying to Make
Criminal Pronts Out of
Washington, Aug. 17. Prelimi-
I nary reports received from district
i attorneys and special agents of the
department of justice all stated un unduly
duly unduly high food prices are unwar unwarranted.
ranted. unwarranted. Reports are pouring into the de department
partment department from all over the United
States. They, without exception,
hold that preliminary investigations
find no basis whatever for extortion extortionate
ate extortionate prices.
Encouraged by the early reports,
the entire corps of special agents of
the department is on the trail of the
speculators. It is stated a number
of cases have been found actionable,
and that prompt investigations will
be instituted toy the various attor
Retailers, wholesalers, jobbers and
committee men are all coming under
the government's probes.
ONE Player Piano, Mahogany Case S485
' Equipped with rolls, adjusta ble bench and top scarfOnly
shopworn and guaranteed sa me as a new player.
These bargains are offered to the people in order to
make room for fresh stock now in transit.
I will indemnify the purchaser of either of these, in instruments,
struments, instruments, for every Dollar invested, in case of future
dissatisfaction with their purchase;
Our Usual Terms ol Convenient Payment
apply to these bargains,
MTT?Wf)KDTPTIT)rn1 TT A
AMERICAN FLAG WAS HONORED
j Stars and Stripes Flew Reside the
National Colors in City
Mexico City, Aug. 16. The na
tional capital Is" in" the' hands of the
constitutionalists. Gen. Obregon
marched in with his army and took
peaceful possession of the city late
yesterday; The citizens greeted him
and his soldiers with cheers.
The city was decorated for the oc
casion. For the first time In many
months American flags flew beside
the Mexican colors.
Fling Bombs from their Aeroplanes
Into a German Fortress
jpp rhrnAfirn IN CONDUCTING OUR JEWELRY
STORE FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PEOPLE OF THIS COM"
M UNITY. OUR LONG EXPERIENCE IN THIS BUSINESS HAS
t a r Tn tj t rrQ WTfrrM MANUFACTURERS MAKE THE BEST
GOODS AND THIS KltiD ONLY DO WE HAVE IN OUR STORE.
WHETHER IT IS AN ENGAGEMENT RING OR ANY ARTICLE OF
JEWELRY WE HAVE IT FOR YOU AT A FAIR AND SQUARE
A. E. BURNETT REL
The Management ol 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 r'o., and Troxler's stands.
Larger quarters, more fnlly equipped and will be rui
strictly ethical lines.
HOURS: 9 A.M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 331
Paris, Aug. 17. Details of a dar
ing exploit at Metz. carried out by
French military aviators, were given
yesterday in an official communica
tion issued by the war office, which
"(At half past five on Friday even
ing Lieutenant Cesari and CorpoTal
Prudhonrme, flying in separate aero
planes, left the French fortress of
Verdun with orders to reconnoiter
and if passible to destroy the dirigi dirigible
ble dirigible -balloon she spied in the German
fortress of Metz-
"Lieut. Cesari flew over the Ger German
man German fortress at a height of nearly
9,000 feet, while Corporal Prud-
Ihomme remained at the lower alti
tude of alDout 6,800 feet. 'A terrific
fire was directed on the two aviators
from the fortress garrison and dur
ing the fusilade the -motor of the
lieutenant's aeroplane stoppecj. As
he did not wish to- fail in his mission
he began to volplane and while do
ing this he threw a .bomb with mar marvelous
velous marvelous coolness. Shortly afterward
he succeeded in getting his motor
"In the meanwhile the corporal
had hurled his projectile also.
'The smoke over the city prevent prevented
ed prevented the aviators seeing whether they
had been successful, but they be
lieve they had achieved their pur pur-!
! pur-! nnsp and" flew awav amid a rain of
shells from quick-firing guns. They
returned safely to Verdun."
(Continued from Fourth Page)
her .pasture. Sne doeth both the
tango and the. liesitation whereso wheresoever
ever wheresoever it best'pleaseth her and our
wives and daughters are made to
stay at home or take to the street.
She promenadeth and stinkeradeth
sa a-hni dav lone, seeking that
which she may devour and teareth up
ma mpespth un iust one 'blamed
thing after another.
"She flndeth every open gate in
town, and proceedeth to mow down
the family garden with a couple of
swipes of the jaw. Vines, roses and
pot plants .falleth 'before her like a
'Mexican federals before
Villa's army. She raideth the entire
premises and stuff ethv her hide with
everything that is hanging loose and
a whole lot that is nailed down. She
turneth up that which is turned
down and turneth down that which
is turned ud. and maketh a mess to
beat the .band.
' "She continueth her storm of de
struction the whole day long. She
herself a double-barreled nuisance,
ibringeth shame and disgrace to a
law-abiding people She causeth
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neighbors to sever tne sacTeu ues ui
friendships and they fusseth and
fighteith over her horrid conduct.
She maketh men to forget God and
the church. She putteth the whole
community in a stir and a stink; she
driveth men (to shotguns, women to
tears and chidren under the bed; she
maketh the milk of human kindness
look like a pail ot 'pizen
"Verily, her reputation for trust
and trespacity is so bad she giveth
the town cow a black eye abroad in
thP land: she causeth visitors and
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 Involves the origin and
the development of Individual ownership In land
in the beglnnlg of civilization no man owned any definite, part
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plenti plentiful
ful plentiful for Individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any partlcu partlcu-lar
lar partlcu-lar spot.
florida title and abstract corporation
neighboring editors to fling anti-
commendable remarks at her home
city; she maketh the people to cry
long for deliverance. The goddess!
of HKortv sprpameth louder than
Closes in the wilderness,
thousand suffering citizens
their faces to the earth and
much to the voters to drive
Pride' from the city."
OPEN DAY AND NIGIIT
AToroh ant's Cafe. A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00
Slate. County and City Depository.
Star W aiiCMis. Bring Results
The following advertisement ap appeared
peared appeared in a newspaper: "Wanted,
capable junior clerk; salary, five dol dollars
lars dollars a week." A young man applied
for the situation in these terms: "I
beg to offer you my services. Should
you require security, I could furnish a
hundred dollars. You do not mention
Sunday should I have to work on
that day? Neither do you state
whether the holder of the position
must be clothed or not, but I have
concluded that he must at least wear
something with a pocket, or he would
be unable to carry home his wages."
Eyes of Youthful Genius.
Chatterton's brilliant gray eyes
were his most remarkable feature.
Under strong excitement one ap appeared
peared appeared brighter and, as in the case of
Byron, larger than the other. Calcott
says: "It was like the eye of a hawk
and one could see his soul through
it." Barrett "never saw such eyes.
fire rolling at the bottom of them,"
and he confesses that he often pur purposely
posely purposely differed in opinion from Chat Chat-terton
terton Chat-terton to see how wonderfully his eye
would strike fire, kindle and blaze up.
Cant is the twin sister of hypocrisy.
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I'l'll'IWIIIHI'tl'l T""' """"""" I
TF YOURr Stenographer. Bookkeeper.
BflJin? Clerk. .Teleohora Operator,
I t V
cr any other female roemoer ci your
efffo force decides to leave Saturday,
ysa have only to use the "Female Help I IItU
columns of OUR PAPERS 00
to bring an all-round-desirable applicant PAJSWpy
(or the position bright and early the next f:go)V
It "HiHTrnimiTTTf ifS !:
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Read Our UNCIASSIFIED ADS lor yonr wants
THE OCALA EVENING SfAK, MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1914
With Pure Qlaod
WHO'S WHO IX THE
GREAT EUROPEAN WAR
Fmminent Men Wish to Arouse In Interest
terest Interest of Floridians in Panama
Editor Star: The undersigned
'have .been appointed Honorary Com
missioners for Florida for the Pana
ma-Pacific International Exposition
(by Governor Park Trammell. We
are attempting to serve the state to
the best of our ability and without
compensation, in order that she may
Change is Wonderful.
The Emperor Francis Joseph of
Austria: The most trazie fisnrp in
modern history, whose sixty-six
and CoJy the years on the throne have been one
long succession of family and na
tional tragedies. The assassination
of his heir-presumptive, the Arch
duke Francis Ferdinand, at Seraje-
vo on June 28th last, was the imme
diate cause of the present war.
King Peter of Servia, whose king
dom, owing to his ill-health, is now
governed by the Crown Prince.
Ascended the throne after the assas
sination of King 'Alexander and
Queen Draga in 1903.
The Czar, Emperor of all the
Russias. a cousin of Kine Georee.
be properly represented in this the fiespalr over some blood disorder, it is fine and Queen Alexandria
greatest or ail "worms' lairs, since UiiXTfn A vVW 7t The Kaiser. King of Prussia and
we have taken up the work -we have puts the nerves and blood In harmony; it arman .Tmnprnr f!miRn of Klnsr
discovered that our undertaking is uses t,he llul activity of the liver.
kidneys, lungs, and other excretory organs veorge.
one of gigantic -proportions. The to remove from the blood the body wastes Kine Victor Emanuel of Italv
cause of the 'bigness of this under- that cause nearly all sickness Mont.ne.
IX iuo ipw- if hAO, W V. M. J f Clii LX VClv At4 JtA I - w w o
down of the tissues, is checked and repair gro wno is an ally of Servia and
me raising or a consiaeraoie sum 01 - rnrtnX PPssible opponent of Austria, Italy's
money, 'but because of the immense welfare and afford a proper relative assist- ally
good it win do the citizens of the L-V? George of England, related
commonwealth of Florida. Few Und S. S. S. is one of the highest achieve- hy blood or marriage to nearly every
people, we fear, fully realize the menu n tuu i une For man, yea ppie oyal ;house ln EurODe.
golden opportunity which is 'being genIc cathartics and "dope" as remedies for Prince Alexandria of Servia, the
presented to the tax .payers, proper- blood -the pure, vegetable ,Regent, who leads one of the Ser-
t r rwxmfra ond -V itcinoca man rtf mil" .
"- I xou can, get s. s. m any drug store, vian armies in person.
State. but insist upon having it. The great Swift Tiinlomt
This celebration is In honor of the famous bI'ood Iff 7 T should tak Count Berchtold, the 'Austrian
opening of the Panama canal,. This no chance by permitting ruyone to recom- Forpsien Minister -who has been in
great Work, Which is just being COm- r iTrw ."bi?d Con- Lh nf th Vlpnna forpirn nffir
. Luo.b juu nuuiu liite to rnn- i
pleted by the engineers of the United suit c specialist without charpe, addross since 1911, was ambassador at St.
man of Bohemia. Has been in St.
Petersburg since 190S.
M. de Sverberew, Russian Ambas
sador in Berlin.
Naval and Military Officers
Baron Conrad Von Hoentzendorf,
Chief of the General Staff of Aust
iMarshal Putnik, Chief of 'the Ser Servian
vian Servian General Staff, who was arrest arrested
ed arrested while passing thru Austria. A
General Moritz Von Auffenlberg,
commander of the Austrian eastern
army. Former Minister of War.
General L. Von Frank, command commander
er commander of the Austrian central army.
General O. Potiorek, commander
of the Austrian western army.
Rear-Admiral F. Loffler. in com-1
mand of the Austrian active fleet.
Admiral Von Essen, Commander-in-Chief
of the Russian Baltic fleet.
General Jilinskl, Chief of the Rus Russian
sian Russian Army General Staff.
Prince Henry of Prussia, Inspec Inspector
tor Inspector General of the German fleet.
Admiral Von Ingenohl, Command
er-in-Chief of the German high seas
General Count Von iMoltke, Chief
of, the German Army General Staff.
Nephew of the famous field-marshal
who directed the German operations
Admiral Von Tirpitz, the German
Naval Secretary. Has held office
uninterruptedly since 1897 and with
the kaiser has been the creator of
the modern German navy.
Vice-LVdmiral Amero D'Aste Stella,
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J Ul rnnMCD MANAGER
States government, is the greatest
work of its kind ever undertaken
and completed in the history of the
civilized world. At a cost of $400, $400,-000,000
000,000 $400,-000,000 the United States govern government
ment government has served two-continents and
(brought the markets of the growing
nations of South (America to our
Tery door. The fair at San Francis Francisco
co Francisco will represent an expenditure of
over $50,000,000. It will cost Flori Florida
da Florida $150,000 to $200,000 to properly
display iher products at this great
exposition, therefore, you can easily
see that for a reasonable amount
(Florida can take her place among
the states of the Union and -with the
natiqns of the earth in a proposition
Tepresenting the vast sum of $450, $450,-000,000.
000,000. $450,-000,000. South America is today the
world's last virgin field for com commerce.
merce. commerce. There are no new continents
to be discovered. If we are to ex expand
pand expand as our business today demands
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'buyers of the Latin-American na nations.
tions. nations. The .members of this commis commis-sion
sion commis-sion have undertaken this work be because
cause because they believe that such an op opportunity
portunity opportunity for the exploiting of Flor Florida
ida Florida and her (products, 'with such as assurances
surances assurances "of success, will never pre present
sent present itself again.
After making a very careful and
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this commission that every product
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Floirda can be properly exhibited
at this fair. The manufacturers and
growers and all 'business men of
Florida have an opportunity to win
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less Regardless of the industry or products, the
winning of 'the ifirst prize medal,
which can be used forever after afterwards
wards afterwards in advertising, will pay for
the additional cost of this exhibit
(many times over.' The commission
has fortified itself with facts and
figures and will : be imore than willing
to answer any inquiry you may de desire
sire desire to 'make in reference to Flori Florida's
da's Florida's participation, in this exposition.
We fully realize the 'potent influ influence
ence influence of the press in the moulding
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dence confidence of your faith in Florida. We
feel that you deem it your duty to
devote editorial space to the up upbuilding
building upbuilding of our glorious common commonwealth.
wealth. commonwealth. We also believe that if
you have given this matter careful
consideration you will join us. in
putting Florida in the .progressive
division of the sisterhood of states.
We have no ulterior motive in ask asking
ing asking your support in this great move movement.
ment. movement. We desire to place everything
(before you, we will answer all your
questions, and we have nothing to
As to the question of finances -we
can announce at this time that a
contract has ibeen signed with the
Bon Ray Flm Company for the mak making
ing making of several thousand feet of film.
It is expected that some $25,000 will
ibe realized under this contract. The
"Florida dollar" is just about ready
lor sale, and another $25,000 will
come from this source. A booklet of
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crease her wealth, draw desirable
settlers to her borders and in every
and is a personal friend of the Rus
sian foreign minister.
Count Sturgkh, the 'Austrian pre
mier, to whom the emperor sent his
other way assist in putting Florida r,i.. iChief of the army. Born in 1852,
before the world in the most favor
able light, we beg to remain,
J. Cifford R. Foster.
T. M. Weir.
H. C. Schrader.
J. P. Felt.
A. V. French.
W. X. Conoly.
W. H. iMalone.
A. Wr. Fritot.
D. G. Gillett.
F. G. MdMullin.
F. R. McCormick.
J. W. Sample.
D. J. H. Ross.
manifesto to his people.
who was in the confidence of the late
Archduke Francis Ferdinand. Has
held office since 1911.
Count Tisza, Prime -Minister ofj
Hungary and a son of the man who
ruled the country with a rod of iron
for fifteen years. A man of striking
M. Pasitch ,the Servian Premier
and Foreign Secretary. Is sixty-five
years old, and has been in control of
Servia's foreign policy for the pat
M. Serge Sazonhoff has been (Rus
sian Foreign Minister since 1910
and has been called the ."Pillar of
ian active fleet.
Lieut.-General (Alberto Pollio,
! Chief of, the Italian Army General
General Joffre, Commander-in-
SEA UO ART) AIH LIXE SCHEDULE 'he TrlP,e Entente," Was formerly
in ne .Kussian emoassy in lonaon.
Her Gottlies Von Jagow has been
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville German iMinister of Foreign Affairs
'and served in the Frenco-Prussian
war. tA burly country gentleman of
great simplicity of character.
Admiral Boue de Lapeyrere, Commander-in-Chief
of the active French
fleet. A former -Minister of Marine,
who did splendid work in reorgan reorganizing
izing reorganizing the French navy at a time
when it had sunk, owing to misgov misgov-ernment,
ernment, misgov-ernment, into a state of unprepared unprepared-nesa.
nesa. unprepared-nesa. General Sir Charles Douglas,
Chief of the British Imperial Gene General
ral General 'Staff, who has. had considerable
war service in India and South Af Africa.
rica. Africa. ""Lord Kitchener, British War. Min Minister
ister Minister and the most famous English
soldier of today. The hero of Khar
9: SO p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
12.;. arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
ft: 30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
since 1913. Spent many j-ears in the
German embassy in St. Petersburg.
Count Szapary is the Austrian Am
bassador in St. Petersburg.
M. CST. Scheboeko -is the 'Russian
Xo. 9 limited leaves
Jacksonville Ambassador in Vienna.
11:30 a. m.; xarrives Ocala 2:30 p
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrive.
Jacksonville 6:4b a. m.
The .Marquis di San GuMiano, Ital
ian Minister for Foreign Affairs, was
formerly Italian ambassador in Lon London.
don. London. 'Born in 1852. A lawyer.
;M. iRene Viviani, Prime Minister
of France and also Foreign Minister.
From Slaves to Gold.
Before civilization had outgrown
savagery the more advanced nations
used to go to Africa for slaves. Now
the tide has turned. Gold is the mas master
ter master of the world and Africa furnishes
nearly one-half of the annual output.
The nugget and not the negro is now
the African attraction. The outturn
of gold from African mines for 1913
j was nearly $208,000,000.
The rest room which the Ocala merchants maintain for the use
of our out of town visitors who are in the city for a few hours
with nohlng to do is located on the corner of Fort King avenue
and South Main street, oppoiite 'the Theus-Zachry furniture
store. The ladies especially will find Comfort Lodge a convenient
place to rest during the days shopping. The conveniences we are
able to olfer At Comfort Lodge are free and yon are Invited to
take advantage of them.
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A radical- socialist, but firm sup-
No. 4 local leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; porter of the Triple Entente.
arrives Ocala 1:12 p. m.; leaves sir Edwin Grey, British Secretary
Ocala 1:30 p. m.; arrives Jackson- of state for Foreign Affairs, whose
ville 5:20 p. m.
offer of a conference of the powers
No. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p. in London to settle the dispute be-
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrive
Jacksonville 7:30 p. ro.
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A Great Relief.
"Say, old man, you're looking a hun hun-Jred
Jred hun-Jred per cent better than you did a
rear ago." "I was worrying about
tny debts then." "All paid now, eh?
JNo; but they have grown so that I
know there is nq use trying to pay
them. I tell you it's a great load off
All tire? and tubes sold at the
establishment of "Davies the tire
man" from July 1, will be sold only bassador ,in London since 1903.
Cont de Pourtales, German Am-
tween Austria and Servia, though
favorably received by most of the
powers, -was not accepted by Ger
Sir George Buchanan, British Am
bassador in St. Petersburg since
1910. He served in Vienna, Sofia
Sir Maurice de Bunsen, British
Ambassador in Vienna since 1913.
Has been in 'the diplomatic service
since 11877 and has been ambassador
in Lisbon and Madrid.
Count Mendsdorff, tAustro-SHunga-
rian Ambassador in London since
Count Benckendorff, Russian Am-
with a 5 dis-
bassador in St. Petersburg. A noble-
Remedy for Cold In Heaa.
An old remedy for a cold, in' the
head particularly, and an all over
cold in general, is that of drinking
much water. Drink at least two quarts
of water daily. Drink it slowly, and
see that the glasses are at least a,
half hour apart. Water should not be
taken with the meals. It should be
taken half an hour after or before.
A glass of water upon rising should
be an invariable rule. This clears
the stomach of any mucus that has col collected
lected collected overnight. Hot water the first
thing in the morning is better than
cold. Another glass of water (cold,
but never iced water) should De taken
just before retiring. Iced drinks are
always a shock to the stomach.
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of the book there will be a gazeteer
of Florida business men. The com com-mission
mission com-mission expects -to realize $50,000
from this book. This will total
.$100,000. The remainer of the fund
will be taken care of, in a great
measure, by the men who have
promised moral and financial sup support.
port. support. Trusting that you will join us in
the movement to build up the busi business
ness business of the state of 'Florida and in-
New Steamers. Low Fares. Besi
Xhis bank is always open until 8 service. Wireless telegraph on all
o'clock In the evening on Saturdays steamers. Through fares and tickets
and Mondays; on other days of the to all Northern and Western points
For reservations, tickets, etc.
L. D. JONES.
those days. Agent. Com'l Agt
George Giles, President. City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-19-tf 1 Jacksonville. Fla.
week it closes at 3 o'clock in the aft
ernoon. The bank will observe all
legal holidays, uoth state and na
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THE OCALA EVENING AT AH. MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1914
- I J COTTON PLANT
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if you make us your Tailors. We
will make you charmingly present present-able
able present-able in your outward appear-aiice.
As stylish Tailors we easily take the
lead in this vicinity. The best ma materials,
terials, materials, choicest patterns, sure fit,
stylish cut, and careful finishing
make the men who wear our Suits
the envied among their fellows.
And they are generally first favor favored
ed favored with the ladies, too.
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel
A MERE INCIDENT
By HERBERT E. HAMBLEN. J
"Well, ?Iike, an' how's the new
fc'y?" inquired the other fireman.
Mike waited to
finish hauling the
blue shirt over his
head, and then replied:
"Oh. be liivins
Cotton Plant, Aug 1. Mr. F. M.
Morris returned last Thursday from
a two week's visit in South Florida.
Messrs. Woodward and Parker
made business trips to Ocala last
Mrs. L. C. Bell spent several days
here with relatives last week.
LMr. A. S. Harroun left last Friday
for Daytona Beach to visit his
Mrs. W. E. Veal and children re returned
turned returned Saturday from a very -pleas-
M YOUR FAITH TU Ul,ALA.
20 Per Cent. Real Fstate Investment.
Docs this Look Good lo You?
Two small four-room tenement houses, in good good-condition,
condition, 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 interested see me at once. They will not be
long on the market at thi3 price,
C lAf HITTn Real Estate and Fire Insurance
r. uv. i i i w,
Casey was in this
mor-r-nin', an' he
says ter me, 'Mike
Ferrel says he,
'ye have the big
gest an' han'somest baby on the block,
an" that's no lie,' says he.
"I'm worrited about Norah, though;
she ain't alit well," Mike continued,
the happy look of the proud father
in the 'ant stay of two weeks with "Mrs. M.
L. Reynolds, in Ocala.
Mrs. A. W. Long and Mrs. W. J.
Seckinger, of Martel, spent Tuesday
with Mrs. W. E. Veal and Miss Car Carrie
rie Carrie Barco.
'Mr. Gardner Collier and son were
calling on old friends Monday. Mr.
Collier once" resided in this com community;
munity; community; he is now living at Orlando.
His friends were glad to see him
giving way to the troubled one of the s again.
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Superior to Plaster
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Quality or Price
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
husband and provider.
"I don't like the way the docther
looks at her," he said. "She's not
sthrong, poor gyur-r-1. I had a bit o
money saved up for this, but Katy got
diphtheria an' that tuck it all, so now I
haven't a cint; an I'm owin a good
bit around, too.
"Ah, well," he continued philosophic philosophically,
ally, philosophically, as he picked, up the heavy slice slice-bar
bar slice-bar and tackled the first of his dirty dirty-fires,
fires, dirty-fires, "it's good I have a stiddy job."
After the fires were cleaned and the
fire-room washed down, Mike re remarked
marked remarked to his mate:
"I ain't had a wink o sleep these
two nights; I'm fitter ter be home in
bed today than afore these b'ilers.
with this rotten coal; but I dassen't
lose no time now for a spell."
The Conversation was interrupted by
the opening of the engine-room door
a bare crack. A hand and the griz grizzled
zled grizzled beard of old Ferguson, the chief,
protruded for a brief instant.
"Hey, ketch this!" he called in a
stage whisper, as he flung his pipe into
the yawning emptiness of the fire-
room with a fatalistic confidence that
It seemed as If the entire plant al always
ways always ran- with clock-like, smoothness
and precision until the very minute
the superintendent entered on his in inspection
spection inspection tour; then the most unex unexpected
pected unexpected things would happen, giving
that fiery-tempered official occasion to
berate all concerned. Now, Mike could
hear his high-pitched voice reading
the riot act to the chief inside.
After half an hour, the tumult with within
in within having subsided, it was believed
"His Nibs" had gone without bother bothering
ing bothering their department, an always hoped
Q for, but seldom realized, experience.
Mike threw his nrass-cieaning equip equipment
ment equipment in a corner and leaned against
Miss Carrie .Barco left Wednesday
afternoon for Ocala, where she will
spend the balance of the week as the
guest of her cousin, Mrs. M. L. iRey iRey-nolds.
nolds. iRey-nolds. :Mrs. W. It. O. Veal and grand
daughter, of Martel, were guests of
Mrs. W. E. Veal and Miss Carrie
Barco last Wednesday.
Mr. T. TT. Simpson left Monday
for Croom, and from there 'will go
to Fort Green, where he has a build building
ing building contract.
Mrs. Charles Veal and Mr. T. W.
Simpson were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C. J. Burgess, of Blitchton, Sunday.
CUr. F. M. Morris and Miss Carrie
Barco' attended Sunday school at
Homeland, Sunday afternoon and
after Sunday school, in company
with several other young ,folks call called
ed called on 'Miss Durke.
THE UGLY CIRCLE
5 By GEORGE FOXHALL. J
o i t Copyright.)
Snarler Kelly peered, through the
bars into the prison cell in which sat,
sullen, defiant and nursing a desperate
revenge, his only son.
"How is-it, Jim? Cheer up, boy.
Two years don't last long."
"No, it won't be long," agreed the
son. "Don't worry about me."
"Jim, I know you never pulled that
job. Somebody's stuck the goods on
you an got you in queer."
; The other looked up with slow in inquiry.
quiry. inquiry. "What makes you think so?"
"Think so! Weren't you always too
blamed honest to euit your dad? You'd
act tough an ugly, an' rough house it
with the best of 'em; but I never could
get you, to be anything but honest.
Somebody's crooktd this on to you, an
I'm going to find out who "did it
His father leered at him through
half-closed eyes of Infinite cunning.
"Be waiting for me when I come
out," assented Jim, with more of
warmth and life than he had shown
before, "and let me know who it is. I
guess two years won't make me love
His father turned and passed Into
the light of the free air, while the son
looked after him with a scowl or
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Snarler Kelly plugged doggedly
alongside the railroad track and medi meditated
tated meditated on ugliness. Even, apart from
the dismal desert landscape he had
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The fire-room was warm and the air
heavy with evaporation from the wet
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off. standing upright as he was.
Suddenly the engine-room door was
flung wide open. A tall, bony, stoop stoop-shouldered
shouldered stoop-shouldered man, his face nearly hidden
by a fiery red broom of a beard, stood
squarely in the doorway, both hands
In his overcoat pockets, glaring sav savagely
agely savagely into the fire-room.
The super's eyes at once nailed the
sleeping man. Not a facial quiver be betrayed
trayed betrayed his intentions. Slowly, deliber deliberately,
ately, deliberately, he entered the fire-room and
traversed its length, scanning every
detail with a quick, comprehensive
A long, bony finger.shot out from
the superintendent's side and bored a
hole between Mike's ribs. The big
fireman's eyes came open slowly, and,
to a disinterested spectator, the trans transformation
formation transformation that passed over his feat features
ures features would have appeared comical.
"Hey, how long have you been
"S-o-r-r?" asked bewildered Mike.
"How long have you worked here?"
"Goin' on eight-years, s-o-r-r."
"What time do you get relieved?"
"At twilve o'clock, s-o-r-r."
"All right; when you go out, you
stay out, do you hear?"
As the superintendent flitted away
to deal to Darby and the coal-passer
their respective doses of venom,- it
suddenly dawned upon Mike that he
was discharged. The spirit of murder
in hi hpnrt. but he re-
StaterOOm Accommodations strained it. Nobody had ever accom
plished anything by an appeal to His
Nibs, except to add to that amiable
gentleman's gratification but Mike's
need was desperate.
For the sake of Norah and the baby,
he would humble himself. Choking
back the desire to kill, he feigned hu humility
mility humility and approached the tyrant.
"Av ye plase, s-o-r-r, Mr.
"Get out get out I don't want any
talk from you; your steam is two
pounds low now."
"But, s-o-r-r, I on'y wanted ter ax
"Shut up shut up, I tell ye get
away from me; you're drunk."
Having thus glibly pronounced the
doom of a family, His Nibs hastened
to the office of the chief lineman, his
appetite for blood merely whetted.
As Mike packed up the traps that
had accumulated in his closet during
his more than seven years' incum incumbency,
bency, incumbency, he kept muttering to. himself:
"An me wid on'y wan day's pay
When the relief came in at noon.
Billy Doyle slapped him on the shoul shoulder.
der. shoulder. "Hello, Mike, what ye lookln so blue
about? Have His Nibs been troo?"
As Mike picked up his bundle and
shambled toward the door, he replied
wearily: "He have."
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Mrs. R. P. Alexander, delegate to
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ways always direct and personal and children
are never punished. The mother never
epeaks to the child in anything but a
pleasant voice, even when reproving
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The registration book for district
No. 1. (Ocala). will be open on Tues
day, Wednesday and Thursday of each
week from the 1st Monday in August
till the second Saturday in October
1914. In all other districts two days Id
each week from the 1st Monday in
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tered registered voter nrior to Jan. 1st, 1914
Those who registered this year for thf
first time in Marlon county, though
thev mav have voted In the primary
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unless they register again prior to th
second Saturday in October.
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plenty of. material for meditation,
to achieve ugliness had been the am ambition
bition ambition of his degenerate life, and In
that, at least, he had not failed.
But it's the boy, Jim, with whom
this story is chiefly concerned.
Snarler had built up fond hopes of
being mighty proud of Jim, for at an
early age Jim showed himself an apt
pupil In the lessons of ugliness which
his fond parent constantly instilled.
One day, the time, in the estimation
of the Snarler, being ripe for more
definite instruction in the training of
his offspring, he had broached unto
Jim the pulling of a pretty bit of vil villainy
lainy villainy which was to nourish his own
empty exchequer and start the young
man upon his natural career.
The boy listened until the man was
through, his eyes on the ground and
his accustomed scowl knitting his
brow. Then he looked up.
"That's thieving, ain't it?" he in inquired.
quired. inquired. The Snarler was a little taken aback
for a moment. To qualify things had
never occurred to him.
"Sure, Mike," he said uneasily.
"Then count me out," growled Jim.
So the kid refused his career, and
the. Snarler, after hiding his disgust in
three days of oblivion, resumed his
with the careful cowardice of the petty
But at leneth there came a time
when, tempted by a seemingly easy
opportunity into larger operation, cow
ardice overreached care, and the trail
became too hot for Snarler peace of
mind. And so, with simple cunning.
he had pulled the trick that saved him
and cent his son to jail.
Certainly it was upon ugliness that
Snarler meditated as he plugged dog doggedly
gedly doggedly alongside the railroad track.
Night drew in, and in the distance he
saw against the dark sky the panting
glare of an engine's exhaust.
Ten minutes later he had swung
himself thankfully into the open box
car. He struck a match to find his
bearings, and found himself staring
into the barrel of a big revolver, too
dazed to do anything but hold the
The other came to his relief with a
short laugh. "That's all right, bo,"
said he. "I thought maybe you was a
shack, anM'll put a shack's light out
before I'll hit the ties and starve Jn
this desert." I'm a tough guy, I am."
"I don't blame you," agreed the
Snarler. "I was kicked off myself,
yesterday, after I'd lost my gun. If I
hadn't lost it I'm a tough guy my myself,"
self," myself," he finished significantly.
Overhead there waa the ound of
shoes. Then there was the
flicker of a light. With easy strength
-a brakeman had swung himself into
the car, his lantern slung by a string
around his neck.
"Hit the gravel!" he growled, as he
held the light on them.
"Beat it," snapped the tramp, push pushing
ing pushing his big grin into the foreground.
But it was Kelly on whom the brake brake-man's
man's brake-man's eye rested, and he lowered his
"Beat it, d'ye hear!" again ordered
Suddenly the brakeman dropped to
one knee. Like a flash his hand was
in and out of his overalls pocket. The
gunman's bullet went high and passed
through the open door, but the train trainman's
man's trainman's sh&t took the other between the
eyes, and he lurched forward dead.
With hardly a look at him the brake brake-man
man brake-man turned his gun upon the Snarler.
"Turn around an' put your hands be behind
hind behind your back," he ordered.
The Snarler laughed, a trifle uneas uneasily
ily uneasily and sheepishly.
"What's the matter, Jim?" said he.
"Don't you know your old dad? You
sure are an ugly guy."
And Jim put his face close to his
father's. "You bet I know you. An
you bet I'm an ugly guy. You trained
All work given our personal
V attention and guaranteed fully.
11 W. Oklawaha Avenue.
50 1-2x105 feet.
Close in, in Clarion
Addition to Ocala,
for the unheard of
for the entire nine
If interested inquire
at this Officei
For Good Wood
BIG Load for SI.
Your Order will hare
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
I You'll have I
Put Down. j
Why. not novy? ;
of all kinds
made to order ;
See, Phone or Write ;
WOODMAR SAND AND
STONE COMPANY j
Phone 331, N Main St
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located in Ocala, Fla., Expert work
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala.
Ejected From His Post.
A Mr. Sung Chen Tien of Chiuchotr
was three yerrrt ago ejected from his
post as teacher in a' government
3chool. because as r"hHMin fct r-a
. .1 f 1 I v uniHu, u W-
me in Ugliness, an im .mug msed to bow befQre the tempe of
day. Yonr name's scratched on this -onfucius. Since the rejolution ho
gun, an' there's a sheriff at the next become superintendent of all the-
obvv j ciTiin en l educational instltutlona
drew it yourself. Turn around." 3f the province,
, -::' ' ':' : ;- -: - : ; ." ., :
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1914
K. of P. meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Council meets tomorrow evening.
Mr, H. W. Tucker, after two or
three days of sickness, is able to be
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist. Eve.
Kar, Nose and Throat. Office Law,
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
Have you tried that good 50 cent
candy at Gerig's? 'This week f jr
Nothing finer packed than the
groceries handled by the Smith
Grocery Co. Phone 434. 8-17-3t
Dr. S. H. Blitch, state prison in inspector,
spector, inspector, has returned from Fort fly flyers
ers flyers and -vicinity.
At KLEIN'S you can buy towels,
-bedspreads and all kinds of table
linen at real sacrifice prices. 8-;i7-tf
Mr. Chas. E. Harris of the Star
force, is spending a few days in
Madison visiting among relatives.
Dr. A. L. Izlar returned this
morning from a brief tout pleasant
vacation at White Springs.
Mr. J. R. Dewey went to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville this afternoon on the limited to
-transact some .business.
Engineer Sapp spent Sunday with
his family here and then returned to
High Springs to resume command of
his !big engine.
For one 'week only. Cadet Choco Chocolates
lates Chocolates 35 cents for one full pound, at
The entire line of LADIES' SILK
HOSIERY is being sacrificed at clos closing
ing closing out prices at the Klein Selling
Out Store. 8-17-tf
'Manager Hunter says that if pres present
ent present arrangements hold, there will 'be
a game between the Gainesville nine
and the home team in this city
Mr. J. J. Williams, the wholesale
fish dealer of Homosassa, is in the
city on business. He reports every everything
thing everything going along nicely in his line
and says he is preparing for an ex exceptionally
ceptionally exceptionally large trade this fall.
You read of 'war, war, war; every everywhere;
where; everywhere; now for a diversion see the
new fall samples for men's clothing
at -Rivers' Haberdashery. 8-15-t
Mr. John W. Smoak, the Fairfield
merchant, accompanied 'by his fam family
ily family spent Sunday in the city among
relatives. They took a trip to Floiv
ida's greatest attraction, Silver.
Sjrings, during the afternoon, re returning
turning returning home in the evening.
Ladies' (muslin -underwear at act actual
ual actual cost; must be sold NOW. Klein's
Selling Out Store.
A. F. Joyner left -last night for
Oklawaha to join Mrs. Joyner and
daughter on a week's vacation. Mr.
H. H. Hawkins of Gainesville, will
act as manager of the Postal until
Mr. Joyner returns.
The weather tman 2ontinues to pre predict
dict predict warm weather, but he hasn't
said anything about the line of
Royal Tailor fall samples of men's
clothing at Rivers'.
CHASE & SANBORN'S
Packed in Air Tight
Diamond Sixty, 34 -lb. ...... .
Diamond Sixty, -lb .....
Orange Peko, $4 -lb
Orange Peko, H-lb
Oriuif Forniosa-Ooloong, 1 -lb
Basket Fired Japan, -lb.....
Emperor's Blend, Green and
Black, M -lb.
Emperor's Blend, Green and
Black, H -lb.
Seal Brand, Enough Said, )-lb.
Fancy" Formosa-Ooloong, 14 -s
"Fancy" Formosa-Ooloong, 2-s
-Fancy" Ceylon, India, -s. .
"Fancy" Ceylon India, -s. .
"Fancy" English Breakfast U
"Fancy" English Breakfast &-s
Special Ceylon India, Yz -lb
Special Ceylon India 1-lb
0. K. Teapot Grocery,
PHONES 16 A-M 174
Generally fair tonight; Tuesday
local thunder showers.
A FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT
Walter Scott, a white lad, ten
years old, fell out of a tree at his
home 1n Oxford last week and in
catching himself on his hands broke
both Dones In his arms at the wrist.
One of the breaks was so severe as
to drive the broken .bones into the
ground. The boy was (brought to
the 'hospital Saturday where the -physicians
are giving him every atten attention
tion attention and hope to save the use of his
Mr. Frederick tR. 'Hocker received
a telegram this afternoon from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville -stating that hi3 sister, Mrs.
C. P. Lovell, was seriously ill and
not expected to life. 'Mr. Hocker left
on the limited for Jacksonville to !be
with his sister.
Manager Hunter of the Ocala base baseball
ball baseball team expects the Clearwater
nine and some of the citizens of that
elegant little town to be here for a
series of, game3 next week. The
Star hopes all our people will cheer cheerfully
fully cheerfully assist in making matters pleas pleasant
ant pleasant for the Clearwater people. They
always treat our folks nicely.
Mr. J. F. Redman, an attache of
the Ocala Telephone Co., left Satur Saturday
day Saturday for a six weeks' visit to his old
home in western Pennsylvania. His
family has been in the north for
some weeks, and all will return the
latter par; of October.
Mr. Peter Balliet of Wauchula,' is
in the city for a few days on a visit
to relatives. He has just returned
from a trip to Stanton and other
points in Pennsylvania, to visit the
scenes of his young manhood. 'Mr.
Balliet went west some thirty years
ago and has now "been a resident of
Florida for two years, .this "being .his
first return to the old Keystone
state since leaving there is the
eighties. While in the north Mr.
Balliet did not overlook the oppor opportunity;
tunity; opportunity; of telling his former neigh neighbors
bors neighbors that Florida is the best state in
the Union for a man of moderate
means, and he i3 expecting a num number
ber number of them to visit him this fall
and winter to look over Marion
county properties, 'which he consid considers
ers considers the tbest in the state.
'vDr. S. H. (Blitch is raipdly foecom
Ing the most optimistic optimist in
the county. He 'has just returned
from a trip pv$r the state and says
that Marion cquntn with her 'hun 'hundreds
dreds 'hundreds of practical farmers is abso absolutely
lutely absolutely the best ever. x He says that
we are abetter able to 'withstand any
scare than the European war might
bring on than any section he has
A large doorway has been cut out
of the north wall of the Frank
store to make an entrance into the
new room he has added for his
gents' furnishings and shoes in the
Thompson building. JMr. Frank says
when he "has his two stores arranged
they will be the most convenient in
the city. His only regret is that he
could not get the (building in shape
In time for his ibig sale which opens
Mr. Snow, the valued assistant in
Tax Collector Colbert's office, paid a
visit to Jacksonville yesterday.
We' re proud of it. Our quick de delivery
livery delivery system insures you getting
your goods when YOU want them.
Smith Grocery Company. 8-1 7-3t
A colored iman named John Brown
inserted himself under Sheriff Gallop
way's, auto atlirday afternoon and
was mussed some. It was in no
way the sheriff's fault, .but he had
the injured man cared for.
. : . .y
State "ofOhiorCity of ToledcT"
Lucas, county, s. s.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm of
F. J, Cheney & Co., doing business
in the city of Toledo, county and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will
pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case of
Catarrh that -annot be cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
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,
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.
INVESTIGATION SEEMS TO RE
Chicago, Aug. 17. Cattle ten
cents lower; wheat half a cent lower.
GREECE AND TURKEY
SURE TO GRAPPLE
Army of Former Ready and Latter
- Demands Explanation
Washington, Aug. 17. Reliable
information has been received that
the entire Turkish army has been
Greece Wants to Know Know-Athens,
Athens, Know-Athens, Aug. 17. Greece today
demanded an explanation from Tur Turkey
key Turkey why troops were crossing the
AUTONOMY FOR POLAND
PROCLAIMED THIS EVENING
St. Petersburg, Aug. 17 The czar
is expected to decree autonomy for
Messrs. T. C. Luckie and Herman
Grimm returned today from Day Day-tona,
tona, Day-tona, to which place they journeyed
Friday evening via auto thru the
scrub. They took with them Miss
Mary Lou Luckie, -who remains in
Daytona, the guest of 3Irs. F. E.
Shephard, until she returns with her
sister-in-law, Mrs. T. C. Luckie. m
Mr. W. V. Wheeler, assistant
cashier of the Commercial Bank, has
returned from his vacation of two
weeks, spent in the northern and
western part of the state.
Hearing a terrible squalling down
Exposition street Saturday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, a Star reported meandered
down that way to see who was 'be 'being
ing 'being killed. It was' only a female
evangelist of the colored persuasion,
who was warning against the wrath
to come. Judging by the amount of
noise she was making, she expects a
great deal of it.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Lost FoundWanted, For Sale Sale-For
For Sale-For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR SALE Desirable lots in Or Orange
ange Orange Springs at a ibargain. For
price, terms, etc., address Mrs. W.
'H. Massey, OTange Springs, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 8-17-6t
IfOR .SALE Thirty dollar wheel for
ten dollars. Am going away Aug.
19th. 902 Fort King Ave. 8-17-2t
XDST Eyeglasses Jn black case;
taken from vault in court house.
Finder will please leave at Flor
ida Title & Abstract Corporation's
FOUND A bunch of keys near
Coast' Line depot. Owner can
have same by calling at the Star
office and proving property and
paying for this ad.
FOR RENT Two or four rooms
furnished for light housekeeping;
all modern conveniences; also two
large rooms with connecting bath.
One block north of postoffice on
North Main street. Apply to Star
office. 8-1 2-6 1
LOST Pair of gold rimmed glasses
in black case; between 722 West
Washington and Sanchez streets.
Finder please return same to Star
WA.XTED Steady tenant for fur furnished
nished furnished roam; two .blocks from A.
C. L. passenger depot on Oklawa Oklawaha
ha Oklawaha avenue modern conveniences;
rates reasonable. Address Room,
Star office. 8-15-6t
WANTED To work a truck farm
on shares. Have a large family.
None but a reliable person need
answer, as I mean business. Will
exchange reference. Address W.
. O. X., Bethune, S. C. 8-lo-lt
elver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
cine Caskets and Burial Robes
1). E. McIVER and C. V. RORERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Era-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER .104
C. V. ROBERTS 303
Undertaking Office 7 47
The deepest, most astonishing,
far-reaching, bona-fide price cut cutting
ting cutting ever attempted in Central
Anticipate your needs buy. for
the entire season. :
e in Line Early. Doors' Open
Read carefully our circular and
large ad. v
5 OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. 'Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
For 35 cents we 'will give you one
2ound of Cadet Chocolates, this
week only. GeTig's Drugstores.
The centenary of the association of
the poet George Crabbe with the old
parish church at Trowbridge, England,
of which he was rector for nearly 20
years, is to be celebrated in the town.
Crabbe, who was described by Byron
as "Nature's sternest painter, yet the 1
best," exchanged a living in Leices- j
tershire for that at Trowbridge after :
the death of his wife in 1S13. and here
he wrote several of his works, includ including
ing including "Tales of the Hall," for. which,
and for earlier copyrights, Murray
paid him $15,000. Of these poems
Wordsworth wrote in 1832 : "They will
last full as long as anything expressed
f Using Peat In Germany.
Peat coke in Germany is proving
serviceable In -many ways. It is not
only valuable for generating elec electricity
tricity electricity at moorland stations, but is
much used by blacksmiths and for va various
rious various metallurgical purposes, espe especially
cially especially as a substitute for charcoal
in producing high-grade iron. A new
turf-cooking plant at Elizabeth-Fehn,
Oldenburg,1 converts 30 tons of peat
into nine of coke, with gas and tar
as by-products. Specially-designed
ovens are used and the gas generated
is made to heat the retorts and to
generate electric current to drive
the peat dredging machines. The
tar yields creosote oil, gas oil, par paraffin,
affin, paraffin, sulphuric acid and ammonia.
Chinese As Engineers,
It was for years supposed that
when China was once opened to rail railway
way railway construction many opportunities
for profitable employment would oc occur
cur occur there for European and American
engineers. But these opportunities
are fast dwindling away, China has
followed the example of Japan, and
in carrying out the works of western
civilization which it is so rapidly
adopting, it is as far as possible put
ting the work in charge of Chinese
engineers, many of whom have been
educated in the best schools of Europe
and the United States. Engineering
All but God is changing day by day.
9 -.a. m. Sharp.
W e Are BJow KoastSis
A Geuraine Java aiud Moca
In 1 lb. Packages Always Fresh Roasted
By the way, come and see those little solid alcohol stove3, 75 cents.
UNIQUE DRY CLEANERS
TO INTRODUCE OUR 170RIU
Beginning Mo (flay, Aing. 17th.
AVe will Clean and Press
Palm Eeadfti SmiStts for '35c
Other Work in proportion. We are prepared to do first-class
work, taking out Spots, Stains, Grease and Dirt, leaving the work
in a neat, sanitary condition We Clean, Dye, Repair and Press
LADIES' and GEXTS Clothing, Gloves and other articles Clean Cleaned,
ed, Cleaned, Dyed, or colors restored..
WORK DOXE BY SKILLED WORIOIEX.
GOOD WORK IS OUR 3IOTTO,
PROMPTNESS OUR AIM.
SATISFACTION OUR STEPPING STONE.
TO PROVE THAT WHAT WE CLAIM
J W CONNELL, Proprietor,
300 X. MAGNOLIA ST. OPPOSITE TIIE LKVTOOD HOUSE