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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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VOL. 21.

OCALA, FLORIDA, TUDSAY, AUGUST 18, 1914

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SPITE OF TERRIFIC LOSSES, TIE FATHERLAND'S
PHALANXES COME STEADILY OH

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A dispatch to"

jndon, Aug. IS.

ly to the Central News Agency says

i Germans are -pouring an almost
believable number of imen, horses
d guns inio Belgium and placing

m along the entire line from Lux-

burg to the northern limits of

Igium.

YKIXG HEADY TO SLAUGHTER

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"We can afford to lose a 'million

m as the price of victory, !but the
ies can't afford to lose a thou-

hd," German officers say. "We

pk Liege in a week, when we

pught it would take three months."

SHUT OFF BV THE CENSOIi

London, Aug. 18. The staff cor-

Vpondent of the Telegraph at Na-

iir sent the following dispatch to to-iy:
iy: to-iy: HVe are on the eve of the first
jttle. Aeroplanes are circling over--lad.
Six hundred thousand Ger Ger-ans
ans Ger-ans are circling toward the river,
frigid censorship precludes further

lUiUiftllUU.

4JKSISTEXT REPORTS OP THE
GROWN PRINCE BEING
WOUNDED
The (Hague, Aug. 18. -It is per-

Itently rumored that Crown Prince

ederick William has tbeen wound wound-and
and wound-and is dying at Aix-la-Chappelle,
d that the kaiser is hurrying to his
dside. .These reports are uncon-med.

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EXTREMITY
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Berlin, Aug. 18. Germany de-
anded the surrender of Brussels,

fering terms. The Belgian governm

ent flatly refused.

ST. PETERSBURG CLAIMS GREAT
SUCCESS FOR SOLDIERS
OF THE CZAR
St. Petersburg, Aug. 18. 'It is of officially
ficially officially announced that the czar's
troops are "more than holding their
own against the lAustro-German al allies"
lies" allies" in Eastern Prussia. The Rus Russians
sians Russians are operating on a line seventy
miles long. The allies have been re repulsed
pulsed repulsed in several attacks and the
Russians are gradually forcing their
way Into Prussia.

ANOTHER DEFEAT
FOR AUSTRIAN

SERVIANS CLAIM TO HAVE DRIV DRIVEN,
EN, DRIVEN, THEM BACK WITH
HEAVY' LOSS AT
SHABATZ
London, Aug. 18. The Servian
legation reports that the Austrians
have :been completely routed in the
mountains near Shabatz. Fifteen
thousand were killed or wounded
and fourteen heavy guns -were cap captured.
tured. captured. The Austrians fled across the
Sava and Drina rivers in great dis disorder.
order. disorder.

ANTS TO USE THE

AMERICAN WIRELESS

eeze-Out is Irksome to Our Ger German
man German Friends
Washington, Aug. 18. The Ger-

an charge 'has again appealed to

cretary Bryan, -asking him to lift

Je censorship on the wireless sta-

Sms at Tuckerton and 'Sayville. The
binet will consider the matter this

ternboa.

EXPECTS IT

TO Ei EARLY

ESTIMATE AT LLOYD'S IS AL ALMOST
MOST ALMOST TOO OPTIMISTIC
London, Aug. 18. Lloyd's is
wagering even money that the war
will ibe over by December 31st.

The weather man oontinues 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'. 8-15-3t

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USE COIIFICTS Oil FROM IIORTHERII BEL-

TO THE BORDER OF ALSACE

London, Aug. 18. Dispatches
seeping through the censors today
indicate that the struggle for the
mastery of western Europe is now
fairly on.
Three 'big battles have been qpen qpen-ed,
ed, qpen-ed, one in northern Belgium, one

near Ardennes and the third in Lor Lorraine.
raine. Lorraine. French successes in Lorraine seem
(balanced ;by German advances In
Belgium.

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NEUTRALITY AND IMPARTIALITY

Washington, August .18. Presi President
dent President 'Wilson today addressed a com communication
munication communication to the American people,
asking them to observe the strictest
neutrality, in speech and conduct in
the 'present European conflict, and
act in a spirit of impartiality and

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IRRESISTIBLE GERMAN ARMY IS STEADILY

ADVANCING

CUTTING OFF BELGIAN FORCE FROM FHEIICt AND ABOUT
TO TAKE THE LITTLE NATION'S CAPITAL

fairness and friendliness to all con concerned.
cerned. concerned. Secretary' Tumulty today flatly de denied
nied denied that the German emperor had
made representations to this govern government
ment government regarding an anti-German campaign.-,
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SECOND BULLETIN, AUGUST 18, 2 P. M.
Immense German army advancing on Brussels. City in terror. Gov Government
ernment Government moved to Antwerp. Queen and royal family fled to England.
Germans bringing up big siege guns on motor trucks. Another big bat battle
tle battle about to take place at Waterloo.
Three tremendous battles ragin g in western Europe between Ger Germans
mans Germans and Belgians near Brussels; between Germans and French a nd Bel Belgians
gians Belgians in the Ardennes, and between Germans and French in Lorraine.
All reports under censorship, but believed that Germans are gaining
at all points. French seem succesf ul in Alsace. All covered by a veil of
censorship.
President Wilson issues a com munication to he American people,
asking them to observe strict neu trality and impartiality. Report that
German emperor has complained to t his government is flatly denied.
Lloyd's agency in London wagering even money war will end by
Jan. 1.
All reports indicate German comissariat is in danger of breaking
down.
Officially declared from St. Petersburg, .Russian armies are steadily
driving back both Germans and Austrians.
Reports coming into London this morning about a great battle in
viciinty of Namur. Estimated by scouts in French aeroplanes that Ger Germans
mans Germans amount to 600,000 men.
.Central News reports Germans pouring an almost unbelievable num num-tit
tit num-tit men into Belgium. Reported that -Germans say they can alTorfl
;-e 1.000.000 men if thev can overrun Beloium and outflank the

"4h defenses.
Persistent reports that Prince Frederick William of Prussia is
wounded and dying at Aix-la-Chappelle.
British have towed two German cruisers badly battered into Hong
Kong;
Servians claim to have driven Austrians back with heavy loss in
mountains of Bosnia.
- Report from London that German cavalry force was badly cut up by
French at Gamblieux in Belgium.

Brussels, Aug. 18. The capital is
wild with terror. .Thousands have
fled to Antwerp and ouher coast
cities. The machinery of the gov government
ernment government has been transferred to
Antwerp.
The qoieen and her two children
are probably refugees in England.
The ring wing of the Germans
seems to be attempting to cut off
the Belgian army from the main
body of the French.
A large German army Is reported
to be marching directly upon Brus Brussels
sels Brussels in a straight line from Huy, car carrying
rying carrying rapid firers on -motor trucks.
The steady advance of the Ger

mans and urgent preparations for
the defense of the capital, cause
continual official announcements of
'Belgian victories to "be taken with
reserve. ji
A ibig force of Germans is reported
at a -point near iWavre, 15 miles from
Brussels. ;
4 (There ate strong indications that
the field of Waterloo may again see
a titantlc struggle.
'It is reported that German caval cavalry
ry cavalry has been seen north of Antwerp.

CAUGHT S

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CAVALRY FORCE CUT ,UP BE BETWEEN
TWEEN BETWEEN FRENCH AND
BELGIANS

London, Aug. 18. A 'Daily Mail
dispatch from Brussels states that a
German force caught between French
cavalry and a 'Belgian troop at Gam Gam-blieux,
blieux, Gam-blieux, ten -miles north of Xamur,
suffered heavy losses.

FRANZ JOSEPH'S 3IEN
ARE FRACTIOUS

Mutineers Among Slavonic Troops in
Bohemia and Moravia
Paris, Aug. 18. Late dispatches
state that a serious mutiny bas start started
ed started in the Austrian army. A Slav
regiment of the Fifteenth Corps re revolted
volted revolted fet Prague, and a regiment of
Infantry mutinied in Moravia.

COM3IERCE DESTROYER
OFF ON A CRUISE

San Francisco, Aug. 18 The Ger German
man German cruiser Leipzig, which put in
here for coal, sailed this morning.
Her commander declared he would
cruise off the California coast search searching
ing searching for war prizes.

TRYING TO

HOLD TURKEY

GREAT PROMISES MADE TO THE
SICK MAN IF HE WILL
BE GOOD
London, Aug. 18. It was learned
officially today that several powers
have promised Turkey her independ independence
ence independence and that her interests will sbe
protected if she -will (maintain a pol policy
icy policy of strict neutrality. This will
probably avert a Greek-Turkish
crisis.'''-. 4

SHATTERED GERMAN SHIPS

TOWED INTO HONG KONG BY
THEIR BRITISH CAPTORS
Shanghai, Aug. 18. Two German
cruisers badly disabled were towed
into Hong Kong by British vessels,
today. The censor suppressed their
names.

PULVERIZING THE
ARTS OF PEACE

Berne, Switzerland, Aug. 18.
German soldiers have burned the
town of Burzeweiler and blew up the
factories.

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Jacksonville, Aug. 18 Four "Flor "Florida
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to the Panama-Pacific International
Exposition next year. This was an announced
nounced announced some few -weeks ago by the
Florida state commission and the
contest Is just now about ready to
start.
Souvenir "Florida Bollars" will
be sold In every section of the state
by the young ladies. There will (be
four districts arranged for the con contest
test contest and the present Congressional
districts will be used. The contest contestant
ant contestant selling the largest number of
dollars" In each district will win a
prize and this prize will be a free
trip to the exposition.
The order for the "Florida Dollar"
has been placed. The first shipment
will reach this city this week. Plans

(Concluded on Eighth Page)

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THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 18. 1014

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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

IJITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
ft. n. Carroll, Ceteral Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor

Entered at Ocnla, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

WILHELM II., PRINCE OF PEACE

O Prince of Peace, O Lord of War,
Unsheath thy blade without a
stain,
Thy holy wrath shall scatter far
The bloodhounds from thy coun country's
try's country's fane!
Into thy hand the sword is forced,
By traitor friend and traitor foe,

BATTLE HYMN OF RRITAIN

The earth is full of anger,
The seas are dark with wrath,
The Nations in their harness
Go up against our pathr
Ere yet we loose the lesions
Ere yet we draw the blade,
Jehovah of the Thunders,
Lord God our battle aid!

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On foot, on sea,
horse.
The Prince oi
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Darkness strikes

SUPPLICATIONS OF
THE SCRAPPERS

At the top of this page we run
two prayers in verse; one German
and one British. Unless most of the
causes of the world-war have been
misrepresented to us, they greatly
reflect the spirit of the two leading
nations Germany and Britain.
The Star does not desire to treat
-with any irreverence the spirit that
causes men to pray in times of deep
emotion. (Any human being who has
been in deep trouble has felt some some-tiling
tiling some-tiling that will put him in at least
a little sympathy with a dusky

heath-en praying to his idol of clay.

The savage makes his god. The civ civilized
ilized civilized man believes his god makes
him. In each there is less or more
of the spirit that has evolved the
man from the beast, and will yet
lead man to the 'place where he will
not misrepresent the Supreme Power
even to himself.
The difference in the two causes
is very well expressed in these two
prayer hymns. The German, to 'be
exact, addresses his emperor more
than his deity, lie is perfectly sure
he is right, advises rather than sup supplicates
plicates supplicates God to 'help Mm, and in informs
forms informs the Lord just what will hap

pen it the petition is denied. Not Notwithstanding,
withstanding, Notwithstanding, it has the spirit of a

oflhis cause, and no one has a right
to scoff at it.
The Briton shows a more humble
.spirit. He is not so sure of either
Ills righteousness or his success; he
usks (for Ihelp and does not demand
.It. So far as the Star is a judge, it

out any intention of being irrever irreverent:
ent: irreverent: "I wonder if it didn't some

times puzzle God when
many good people on
praying to -Him.'

!He was answered
who understood him
and prayed for the
years. I believed

he had so
both sides

by an old man
: "Son, I fought
South for four
the South was

right and I believe so now. I haven't
lost faith in the South, but I have
not lost faith in God, and I am not
sorry. I prayed. It helped me to pray
then, and it helps me now to re remember
member remember that I prayed."
It seems to the writer, knowing
that old. man as he did, as one strong
and self-helpful, who never stopped
to pray as long as he could work,
that the true spirit of prayerfulness
was never better expressed in the
same number of words.
So don't scoff at the war lord of
Germany or the czar of Russia who
believes he has divine right, or the
simple Russian .peasant who prays to
his ikon, or any of the millions that
stand 'between them on the battle
line. lEach of them has in his soul
a flame or a spark of the fire that a
man can never feel until he steps
forward ready to fight and die for
his country.

JAPAN'S DEMAND ON GERMANY
The ultimatum sent by Japan to

Germany was only what was to have
been expected under the circum

stances.

The czar of Russia is the cham

pion of the great Slavonic race, and

Emperor William is proud to think

that his Germany has stepped forth,

Crush thou the Cossack arms that
reach
To plunge the world into the
night!
Save Goethe's vision, Luther's
speech.
Thou art the Keeper of the light!
When darkness was on all the lands,
Who kept God's faith with cour courage
age courage grim?
Shall He uphold that country's
hands,
Or tear its members, limb from
limb?
God called the Teuton to 'be free",
Free from Great Britain's golden
thrall,
From guillotine and anarchy,
From pogroms red and whips that
fall.

May thy victorious armies rout
The savage tribes against thee
hurled,
The Czar whose scepter is a knout,
And France, the harlot of the
world!
But thy great task will not be done
Until thou vanquish utterly,
The Norman 'brother of the Hun,
England, the Serpent of the sea.

The flame of war her tradesmen

fanned
Shall yet consume her, fleet and
field;

The star of Frederick guide thy

hand,
The God of Bismarck be thy
shield!

Against the fell Barbarian horde

Thy people stand a living wall;

Now fight for God's peace with thy

sword,
For If thou fail, a world shall fall!
Geo. Sylvester Viereck.

&s an utterance more likely to please fend the Teutonic civilization. The

the deity than the other, very few j mikado has as much right and imore

of ais, however, can help believing
that what will iplease us should
please the Supreme Being.
lit ihas heen the custom of men for
uncounted ages to pray to their gods

before going to battle. Until com-

jparalavKly a little while ago, it was

'.'also. their custom to offer human or

other sacrifice. 'We have so far

Tvrrrsrrftssea now tnat oniv tne most

benighted savages offer anything hut

waver, and, in the case' of some

nations, incense.

So far as the Star is concerned,
It can't conceive of the Almighty

paying any attention to such pray

ers. It would be willing to believe
He listened to the prayers of those
Sghting in self-defense or for some

good cause, if there were not so
many instances of good causes fbeing

.crushed !by superior might. Napol-

need to champion the Mongolian.

He has picked his time a time

that the war passion of Europe has

made for him hetter than Mongolian

diplomacy and power could have

made in a thousand years.

For more than two centuries, the

white man has roamed up and dpwn

the coast of far-Asia, bullying and

exploiting the ill-armed yellow, man.
The Jap was always more of a

fighter than any other yellow race,

but had he not with greater wisdom

learned European tactics and the use

oif European arms, he would have
been as the Chinaman, the 'Hindoo,

the Javan and the Filipino.

The Jap. has imore real cause to

tell the Briton than the German to

clear out. The Briton holds more

in the iEast. he has oppressed the

yellow man more, and he is stronger.

eohs remark, "The deity is always Ay, that is the rub. He is stronger.

Japan will use him to put the Ger

man out. Japan has already shoved

the Russian .back 500 miles toward

his snows. Next will come Amer-

ica s turn, 'men tnat oi Britain.

The Germans have one little port

and fraction of province in China.

The German is making good use of

it. .He is helping the Chinese more

in an useful and honorable way than

the Jap. will. It is 'bad to think that

white men will help to turn him out

An American or Briton in time of

trouble would rather see a German

than a Japanese flag.

Still, the Jap. has the right of it

Asia is his home and Chinese is his

kindred race. It is the mikado's

right to Ibe the warlord of Asia if he

can attain that (position.

(President Wilson expresses him

self satisfied with Japan s promise

to respect the neutrality of China.

He can't express himself any other

way. If -Europe made common cause
against the (Mongol, he might very

well decide to stand by Europe.

on the side of the strongest hattal-

: ions,"" is not strictly true, .but -when
the strongest 'battalions do not win,
there is always some good material

reason why they are defeated. It is

so very natural for 'man in trouble

zo asK lor divine help tnat it is
hardly possible that any good cause

!has lacked petitioners, and if it was

the practice of the deity to pay at

tention to such things, (bad causes

would have stopped trying to win

Jong centuries ago.

3ut whether God helps a man or
:not in return for prayer, a man

generally helps himself. If he prays

In a good cause, his faith helps him
either to win or bear defeat with a
"better pirit. If he prays in a bad
cause, the same spirit is likely to

maxe mm more just to the van vanquished
quished vanquished if he wins, and more resign resigned
ed resigned to his tfate if he loses. "Either
is helpful to his own nature and

that of those wTith whom he comes in

contact.

we Americans, sate Denind our

Proud heart, rebellious brow
Deaf ear and soul uncaring,
We seek Thy mercy now!
The sinner that forswore Thee,
The fool that passed Thee by,
Our times are known before Thee
Lord grant us strength to die!
From panic, pride and terror
Revenge that knows no rein,
Light haste and lawless error,
Protect us yet agin.
Cloak Thou our undeserving,
Make firm the shuddering breath,
In silence and unswerving
To taste Thy lesser death!
E'en now their vanguard gathers,
E'en now we face the fray
As Thou dids't help our fathers,
Help Thou our host today!
Fulfilled of signs and wonders,
In life, in death made clear
Jehovah of the Thunders,
Lord God of Battles hear!
Kipling.

ports. If it took a bunch of people
on board a cruiser, one of two things
would happen. Either the people
would have to stay on deck, or the
crew would have to give up Its
quarters to the passengers. Trans

ports can be used for carrying peo

ple in an emergency, but they can t

be used for freight carriers, because

hey are built to carry troops, and

have little space for freight. So

when you hear some advocate of

peace asking wny tne government

can't do so and so with its battle

ships, cruisers and transports, you
may he tolerably sure he doesn't

know what he is talking- about.

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OCALA HOUSE WOW OPE

WING to the- great demand JforJ rooms, we

have opened the house for the accomodation
of the public. The remodeling of the house

has not been completed, and the formal opening
will not take place nor will all rooms be ready be before
fore before September 15th. However we have ample

first class rooms, with every modern convenience,

for all who may apply. No flies, no dirt, airy and
comfortable,
We are spending $15,000.00 on and in the Ocala
House, and no hotel in the state will be better
equipped to care for the traveling public, and at
moderate prices.
LOUIS M. LOIl, Manager

Is Yof Eceiean AMgM I

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

you ought to have? We believe you are. Most of our customers ar
satisfied, and we are proud of the fact. But if there is anytnlng wron
in our relations we want to know It NOW, so we can do our part t

straightening It out before the rush days come.

Ocala Ice, & PacMnugj Co.

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Germany's answer to Japan will be.

It is certain to be a refusal. And

there is little doubt of the result.

Japan can throw her entire force

against Kiao Chau, which is not near
so strong: or -well garrisoned as Port

Arthur was. Also, Britain and China

will help Japan. That is. all Tight

for China. Kiao Chau will make a
good defense. At least the Star

hopes so. It hopes it will cost the

mikado half his navy to tale it.

Japan. will he a heavy addition to

German's enemies. 'Her fleet is -sev-

eral times as large as the German

force in the f,ar east. As all the

wrorld knows, the Japs can fight. And

when the first onslaught of Russians

have dulled the German swords

along their 'European frontier, the

Japs will be carried by the tens of
thousands over the Siberian railway

to help crush western civilization.

This, war is the worst mixed the

world has ever seen, and it grows

more mixed every day.

If 'Henry Ford wanVs to make a
real reputation for generosity he

should offer to help all of the fam families
ilies families '-who will be impoverished by the

European war. Pensacola (News.

There is an old story about th
Emperor Maxmilan of Austria, who

on 'being hailed as "brother" hy

beggar, and besought to divide his

riches. with the unfortunate, gave

the beggar a -penny and told him
that" was about the amount an equal

distribution would yield him. If
'Henry Ford toegan trying to help all

this war will render destitute, the

Star doubts that he will be. able to

buy them much more than a loaf of

bread apiece.

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Fla. Ocala Election to vote of

$75,000 electric light plant bonds,

will be held September 14th. Ad

dress The Mayor. -Manufacturers

Record,. August 13th, 19 14.

The Miami Herald says; It i3 im

possible for an afternoon paper to

have as much war news as a morning

paper, and proceeds to give scientific
reasons for its argument. The Her

ald, however, omits the principal

reason, which looms up large before
the eyes of every man who carefully

reads iboth morning and afternoon

papers. It Is that the morning pa

per reprints what the afternoon pa

per had the day before, as well as

what comes in after the afternoon

paper goes to press. If yon will look

at a morning paper, you will see that $3.0 Cincinnati, Ohio.

all hut a few dispatches- are dated $47.55 Chicago, 111.

the day 'before. The truth is that $2.C5 Denver, Col

nAarlvr al? the telAeranh news in a $30.30 'Evansville, Ind.

morning' paper is in .'by midnight, as

any trained newspaper worker

knows.

There's Nothing Better Than the Best
And that's the reason why,
"When for the best you are in quest.
You'll not pass by, but will stop and buy
them here;
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SUMMER EXCURSION RATES

VIA

ATLANTA AST L0K1E

STANDARD RAILROAD OP THE SOUTH
IFiPoinm Ocaillsi

$18.50 'Marietta, Ga.
$39.05 Xew York, X. Y.
$39.05 Philadelphia, Pa.
$41.80 St. Louis, Mo.

$35.55 Louisville, Ky.

J. P. 'Morgan & Co., on account of

our government's opposition to the

project, have abandoned their inten

tion of financing a war loan for

France. President "Wilson is per- u y often ,make at those of another.

sonally opposed to any such Pn, Tne work of unity and common weal

and he is entirely right about It. h and vigoroilsly

1- J. 1 TX I

det us Keep our mqney l uumc. .promoted ,Dy the (Marion County

will need every cent or it. nnarrt f Tra. and -its efforts in

this line alone justify its existence.

$93.55 San 'Francisco, Cal.

TICKETS SOLD x DADL Y. FINAL LIMIT OCT. 31.
STOP OVERS ALLOWED

For information and reservations call on A. C. L. Ticket Agent, or
J. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger Agent,
TAMPA. FLORIDA.

The retail dealers of Jacksonville

nrotest asainst the charge made

against them that they have raised

nrices on account of the war. It Is

man beer and Scotch whisky. Ahoti
nineteen-twentieths, and then soac

of both consumed in this country t

also manufactured here.

Reports that Americans were sub

jected to indignities in Germany

when the war broke out are shown

not reasonable to accuse retail deal- L baye been Justaswas ex

ers in Jacksonville, ucaia or any pected. Germany has done nothing

oiner norm vnj ui resDect to American tourists that

sible for prices. 'More tnan tne dus-u. n it gt t

iness men of any other state are they German tourl3t3 in similar circum-

at the mercy

ers of the big
and, west.

of the wholesale deal-

markets of the north

seas, do not understand the millions Since Europe is split, and the astute

Mongol is playing one branch of the

Teutonic race off against the other,

he can only shut his mouth and sit

steady in the boat. Also, President

Wilson, like any other democrat,

probably hopes America will have

the good luck to let the Philippines

loose before she has to fight for

them.

There are two

this country should do for its own

protection. It should not allow

Japan to take Germany's possessions

people and believed with full sincer- in Samoa or the Carolines. They are

Sty in the righteousness of their re

spective causes. He knew they

prayed with hops and devotion, the

one for the South and the other for

lie Union. One day he said with-

that are praying and preparing to

die for their countries in Europe.

Our smug souls comprehend but lit

tle of the tremendous pall that hov

ers over their lands. If we faced

such odds as Germany and Austria

are facing, only the most fiinty-

souled among us wouldn't pray.

Years ago, the writer knew a hoy
who was always making unexpected

remarks. This hoy had friends and

relatives on both sides of our great
civil war. He knewr they were good

things, however,

too close to our own possessions,
and the Star is willing to bet that

any American prefers a uerman to

a Jap for a neighbor.
There is very little doubt of What

Occasionally, some well meaning
.but ill informed contemporary rears
!back on its dew claws and wants to
know why our government doesn't use
its warships for carrying freight and
passengers. One reason is, it can't.
A warship isn't built to carry either.
The space needed to carry freight in
a freight steamer is entirely filled
in a warship with 'machinery, maga magazines,
zines, magazines, coal (bunkers and quarters for
the crew. Neither has a warship
any quarters for passengers. The
superior officers have cabins, very
small in comparison with those on
a passenger steamer, and the hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of men composing the crew-

are .packed in like sardines. There
are no accommodations for women
on a warship, and women are never

taken on one unless they are taken

off a wreck or in some other case

of dire necessity. It will be observ

ed that in bringing people away from

Mexico and Europe, the government

has chartered, or offered to charter,

nassenser steamers, or send trans-

JC w

Robert MoXamee announces that

' he has 'been doing the editorial work

on Dixie ever since Mr. LEngle re

tired from the tripod of that paper

In December. 1912. The Star an

nounced this fact at the time, and

stances. Savannah News.

Judging by all considerations of

friendship and policy, Cermany is

likely to treat our people with con consideration
sideration consideration just now.

If the German system of cremat

ing the dead- is carried out, the

Peterkins and Wilhemines of the fu future
ture future will not be able to find anv

supposed everybody was aware of It. skulIg tQ carry aQ M Caspar and

have him say,

'Ah, that I cannot tell said he;
'But 'twas a famous victory.'

Perhaps the Star has overlooked

it, hut it hasn't seen any mention of

Mr. Bryan's Chautauqua lectures

since the war began.

says

sold

The Athanta Constitution

more refrigerators have been

me rionaa neraia, nawinorue s m 'Atlanta this summer than ever

"bright paper, calls for harmony before." This should be of interest

among the sections of Alachua coun- to prohibitionists. Pensacola Tews.

ty. It says that as long as Haw- Can't very well keep beer In the

thorne, Gainesville, Alachua, Tren- house without a refrigerator.

ton, Newberry, Bell and Micanopy

pull against each other, they hurt Gopher wood, out of which

themselves. Which is the chilly Xoah's ark was 'built, srrows in Gads-

.... ..i

truth. The Star Is glad to say mere den county, Fla. Some of our puh-

is little of that spirit in Marion lfc spirited citizens should secure a
county. Ever since it started, al- few sprouts and set out along the

most twenty j'ears ago, the Star has Oklawaha. They might come In

labored to promote good feeling be- foandy for our great-grandchildren.

tweeh the different neighborhoods

and has steadfastly refused to pub- The Star begs the Tampa Tribune

Hsh any of the little slurs that ex- not to worry over the report that the

citable individuals In one commun-l war will stop the importation of Ger- Undertaking OSce.

J"

Most of the world's supply of )ai
trate of soda, which Is an ImportarJ
Ingredient in the manufacture u
gunpowder, comes from Chile. Ger!
many and Austria had better hurri
up and win 'before their stock ix

hand gives out. I

WEATHER PREDICTION j
Cool weather will he on us sooi
and you should be thinking abou!
your fall suit. The display o
samples at Rivers is the "newest,
yet. Take a look at the window. 15-,

At KLEIN'S you can buy towelr
bedspreads and all kinds of tab!
linen at Teal sacrifice prices. S-17-tj

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunche.
at any hour. Adr. j
For one week only. Cadet Choco,
lates 33 cents for one full pound, a
Gerlg's Drugstores. j

Iclver & MacEC'

FuneraJ Directors. r

UNDERTAKERS and EHBA1X1ERE

fine Caskels and Bnrlal Robes

Funeral Directors

t n'ir Tvn Dv jjicensea im

"
balmers and Folly Guaranteed
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THREE
DCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
MniOX-IUXX MASOXIC LODGE
Marion ?Dunn Lodge Xo. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
1
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Carn, W. 31.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
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ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

xxijc uUAiiA K VEXING STAR. TUESDAY", AUGUST 18, 1014

OHFUCT WILL MAKE It NECESSARY TO

OF EVERY HUT

DRAW HEW MAPS

By Clarence Elston,

pondent of the
Xews Service).

Staff Corres-International

London, Aoig. 18. ore than one

alf of the world and its people" are

hvolved in the rreat war now

reading over all Europe.
That is not a .broad statement or
glittering generality. Stupendous,

tunning as it may appear at first

lance, a study of statistics will show

to 'be a fact that over fifty per

lent, of the earth's era, land and sea,

nd slightly in excess of fifty per

ent. of the world's population are

irectly concerned in the great con con-ict.
ict. con-ict. Roughly, there are about 56,000, 56,000,-00
00 56,000,-00 square miles of the world's
ind area. The powers now at war

ineir colonies occupy approxi approximately
mately approximately 2S,9S2,99G square -miles, a
frifle more than half the total. The
jSes of the world are controlled (by
jhe powers in about the same pro

portion as the land.

Whitaker's London Almanack es es-imates
imates es-imates the world's total population
n 1912 at 1.G23, 3000, 000 people,
"he warring powers and their colo-

lies contain 898,440.000 people.

onsiderably more than one-half.
With so much of the world con con-rolled
rolled con-rolled by the warring nations, no

?rand division of the earth, no coriti coriti-lent
lent coriti-lent and none of the great oceans
s" without the very real possibility
3f fbecoming battleground for : con con-iict
iict con-iict between the nationals of the
contending powers.

Least of the continents, Europe,

since the time of Columbus, has ex-

opulations everywhere until today

tR ereat. e-nrprnmpnts ovprshn.dnw

D. 0
??he greater share of the world's peo-

pie as well as the lands.

The countries now directly involv

ed in the war hold these areas and
populations:

British Empire: 13,523,712
square -miles; 435,000,'000 ipeople.
Russian E.mpire: 8,647,657 square
miles; 166,260,000 people.
France and her colonies: 4,372, 4,372,-000
000 4,372,-000 square miles; 83,850,0000 peo people.
ple. people. 'German (Empire: 1,2'34,S66 square
miles; 80,000,000 people.

the Congo Free

miles; 28,000,000

square

Belgium and
State: 911,000

people.
Austria-'Hungary: 261,099

miles; 51,340,0000 people.
Servia: 23,661 square miles;
4,000,000 people.
Germany has secured a foothold
in Africa, where she controls about
one million square miles in the
southern part of the continent, Ger German
man German East Africa and German West
Africa. 'Between these two 'provinc

es, which are about equal in. size,
' lies the great 'South African British
V Empire. With Germany eliminated,
irica would be far on the way to toward
ward toward (being an English, and French
continent.
France at present holds more Af African
rican African territory than any other na nation,
tion, nation, aggregating more than four
million square miles, or a greater
area than that of the United StatesT
with Alaska and American insular
possession 'included. This French
territory takes in most of the Sahara
Desert, Algeria in the north! and vast
fertile areas in the valleys ofthe "Nile
and the "Niger. 1
iEgypt is still nominally a depend dependency
ency dependency of the Turkish (Empire, but

MONTEAGLE
SUMMER RESORT

If you wish to go away tor the
summer please. correspond with Mr?.
E. W. Williams, who conducts the
Cumberland House at Monteagle,

":enn. Rates, $7 to $10 per week.
Two months' Chautauqua, from July
"wt to August 31st, which is a fine
entertainment. Monteagle is on the
top of the Cumberland mountain,
over 2,000 feet above sea level. The
finest mineral water, most elegant
scenery east of the Rockies. For
health, pleasure, rest and beauty,
there is no place like Monteagle in
the South. Write at once to Mrs.
E. W. Williams, Proprietress, the
Cumberland Hju?e? Monteagle, Ten Ten-nessee.
nessee. Ten-nessee. 6-13-tf

for all practical purposes both Upper
'Egypt and Lower Egypt are British
possessions. The Soudan provinces
of England now join the British ter territories
ritories territories in East Africa which include
a frontage of about four hundred
miles on the Indian Ocean. Thus
the route is nearly all in British ter territory
ritory territory from the "Cape to Cairo" rail railroad.
road. railroad. In the very heart of tropical Af Africa
rica Africa lies the Congo Free State, with
nearly a million square smiles, nomi nominally
nally nominally a Belgian dependency. It
touches British South .Africa and
also the British Soudan 'possessions.
It requires no bold stretch of the
imagination to conceive that the
present great war may change the
map of Africa to a considerable ex extent.
tent. extent. When the great powers sit
down 'around the council table at the
end of the conflict, (England, in re return
turn return for her support of Belgium
against Germany, might easily ask
that the sovereignty of the Congo
Free State 'be entrusted to her.
France might well "be expected to
assent to this, (because her African
holdings would likely be consolidat consolidated
ed consolidated and considerably extended as
the result of her participation in the
war. With the Congo Free State in
her possession, Great Britain would
then hold a. great strip of Africa run running
ning running almost due north and south
from the Mediterranean to the Cape.
She would control the interior lake
region of the Dark Continent whose
vast bodies of navigable fresh water
are fairly comparable to the Great
Lakes of the United States; the Con Congo
go Congo Valley; the gold and diamond
reefs of South Africa and practically
every mile of the immense and rich
valley of the Nile.
The consolidated (British Empire
in Africa, thus brought into ibeing
would exceed the British holdings
in any other continent, not excepting
Australia and the Iomini6n of Can Canada.
ada. Canada. On the other hand, should Ger Germany
many Germany be the dictator in the peace
term's at the end of the great strug struggle,
gle, struggle, she would undoubtedly exact a
large 'part of the French possession
in Africa. Besides the holdings in

the Sahara, the Congo and Niger
Valley, France owns the great island
of -Madagascar. It is not improbable
that if Germany again, as in 1871,
were in position to force terms on
France, she would exact her "pound
of flesh" in choice bits of French
colonial possession, rather, 'than in

cash.
One of the greatest colonizing
powers of the world is Holland,
whose empire in the east once in included
cluded included much of what is now British
India. Holland still owns Borneo
which is nearly as large in area as
the German Empire; the Celebes
Islands, one-third as large as (Bor (Borneo;
neo; (Borneo; Sumatra which is nearly as
large 'as France; Java, though only
about as large as Iowa, is one of the
most densely populated regions in
the world, numbering something
like 30,000,000 inhabitants; Dutch
Guiana, on the north coast of South
America, which is about the size of

Java, though having a much smaller
population and various groups of is islands
lands islands in the South Seas.
Holland, Germany ana England
are about equal partners in the own ownership
ership ownership of New Guinea, the second
largest island in the world, lying
north of Australia.
Though Holland has not declared
war, the enumeration of her colonial
possessions is important in this con connection,
nection, connection, for she has ordered the
mobilization of her army and it is
hard to see how, in the event of
a prolongation dl the "big 'war, any
(European power with world inter interests
ests interests can keep out of it.

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
ODD FELLOWS

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

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

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

Fort King Camp .No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are. always welcome.
F. J. iBurden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad

OCALA LODGE XO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad

LOYAL ORDER OF 3100SE

Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. m.
Visiting brethern always welcome to
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffice.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.

Concordia Lodge, Fraternal -Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.

THE TWENTY YEAR TEST

"Some twenty years ago I used
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di Diarrhoea
arrhoea Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Geo. W.
Brock, publisher of the Enterprise,
Aberdeen, Md. I discovered that it
was a quick and safe cure for diar diarrhoea.
rhoea. diarrhoea. Since then no one can sell
me anything said to be 'just as good.'
During all these years I have used
it and recommended It many times
and it has never disappointed any anyone."
one." anyone." For sale by all dealers. Ad.

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The Easier Way.
A lot of men who think they have
been born to achieve greatness lie
around and wait for somebody to
thrust it upon them.

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

THE CASE OF L. L. CAXTELOU

The e?se of L. L. Cantelou, CTare CTare-don,
don, CTare-don, Teas, is similar to that of many
others who have used Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme Remedy.
dy. Remedy. He says, "After trying a doctor

for several months and using dif

ferent kinds of imedicine for my wife

who had been troubled with severe

bowel complaint for several months,

I bought a 25c bottle of Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy.); After using the second bot bottle
tle bottle she was entirely cured." For sale
by all dealers. Adv.
STAR wants ads. bring results

World's Darkest Mcment.
The darkest moment is said to be
Just before dawn. This is now dis discovered'
covered' discovered' not to be eo. The darkest
moment, relatively speaking. Is when
the noonday sun shines. Then it i3
that living things on the earth are
blinded by the dazzle of the sun and
fail to recognize the light that never
fails out in space-

BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
Effective from August 1, 1914 to August 1, 1915 and
Guaranteed against any reduction during that time :

Touring Car
Runabout

$490
$440

( F. O. B. Detroit, all cars fully equipped. In the United States of America Only.)
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Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency in our factory production; and the minimum
cost in our purchasing and sales departments if we
can reach an output of 300,000 cars between the
above dates.
And should we reach this production, we agree to
pay as the buyer's share from $40 to $60 per car on
or about August 15. 1915 to every retail buyer who
purchases a new Ford car between- August 1, 1914
and August 1, 1915;
For further particulars regarding these low prices and
profit-sharing plan, see nearest Ford branch or dealer
Ford Motor Company

Ed. Tucker,
Distributor

Ocala,

Florida

XOT SO STRAXGE AFTER ALIi

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

Not a Humorist.
' "He's on extraordinary fellow, yon
know; he'd kill his own father in order
to make a good joke." "Then there's
nothing to worry about; his father will
die an old man.'VLe Sourire.

HOW TO CURE A SPRAIN

A sprain may be cured In about
one-third of the time required by the
usual treatment by applying Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Liniment and observing
the directions with each bottle. For
sale by all dealers. Adv.
Character Told by the Note.
It is an ancient belief that the nose
indicates ancestry. We speak about
the aristocratic nose with lta high
bridge and the plebeian nose of the
toiler. Certainly, In a great many
cases, race can be distinguished by
the nose. The Hebrew could hardly
be confused with the typical negro
nose. The highly-arched nose Is sup supposed
posed supposed to indicate tendency to rule, and
the flattened nose shows servility:

Tine Sftair Wall Moti Give Away

(IDdDdDodDdD Him (MM

BUT it WILIj give each and EVERY subscriber who pays a year for the Daily Star, a S3 Coupon
Book, redeemable at its. face value by any of the Ocala Business Houses mentioned below, or for a
Weekly. Star subscription a SI. 50 book redeemable for that amount. Past due subscriptions, Dal Dally
ly Dally 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 Sta,r Subscription Coupons are presented at the time 'of making purchases:

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 StufTs and Special Sales
Day Bargains.., 5 per cent
Hayes & Guynn, Dry Goods 5 per cent
Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture 10 per cent
A. 31. Lansford, Music Dealer 10 per cent
Miss Mary Affleck, Millinery. 5 per cent
B. Goldman, tWhy Tay More?" 5 per cent
Little's Shoe Parlors, Shoes.... 5 per cent

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 he 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 la cash and a 5 cent
coupon pays It. Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; It would take your entire
$5 coupon book, but it would save you a FIVE DOLLAR BILL.
Just keep in mind, when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat your cake and keep It too'
if you take advantage of our MERCHANTS' CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
paper, come in, pay up and get a book. If you are not now taking the Evening Star or the Weekly
Star, come in and do It now, and get a coupon book. You can send yo t remittance by registered
letter, check or express money order, and coupon book will be mailed to your address.

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 18. 1014
bers at her home in Hyde Park. The
guests of honor will be Miss Minnie
Stovall and her guests. Miss Lydie
-McDougald, of Ocala, Miss Lucy
Whaley and her guest, Miss Ono
'Bright of Jacksonville. Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. i OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
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(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)

Form

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Thought for the Day
Thought makes character. "As a
man thinketh iu his heart, so is he."
In character is wrapped eternal des

tiny.
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis and niece 4
(Miss Mamie
Fant of Irvine, expect
to leave tomorrow morning for a
visit of six wee s to New York and
Washington, D. C. While away Dr.
Davis will ta e a post-graduate
course in one o : the principal hospi hospitals
tals hospitals of the city. Mrs. Davis and Miss
Fant will visit many points of inter-
durinstheir absence
-Miss Kale Carleton arrived yester yesterday
day yesterday from Biltmore to make an ex extended
tended extended visit to her sister,. '-Mrs. H.
CM. Hampton, before going on to her
home in Arcadia.
r.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Tydings are
In St. Petersburg for a few days, go going
ing going down yesterday evening for a
few days' rest and recreation.
Miss Mary ward returned to
her home in Jacksonville yesterday
afternoon after a week-end spent in
this city as the guest of iMrs. E. J.
Redding.
Dr. J. iE. Chace has returned from
a week-end visit to his family at
Worthington Springs, and speaks in
highest praise of this delightful re resort.
sort. resort. ."Little Alice Bullock Miller, the
winsome daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
C. V. .Miller in Tampa, who has been
quite ill since moving to that city
to reside several weeks ago, is great greatly
ly greatly improved, miucti to the delight of
her friends and little playmate?.
VIIss 'Margaret Walters is at her
post of duty again in the dry goods
department of.' Rheinauer & Co.,
-aiteT a delightful two weeks' vaca vacation
tion vacation spent with relatives and friends
in Newberry, S. C, and Clyde, !N. C.
JUf- :
The friends of Dr. Paul Gates, a
former Ocala 'boy and son of the late
llenry Clay (Gates- and 'Mrs. Ida
Gates of fchiity, will (be 'pleased to

f iearn of his approaching marriage to
I (Miss Reba JonesT Macon, Ga., the

wedding to taSe place early in Oc-J
tuer.
Dr. Gates is rated as among
MDcalaX. most excellent
in
He is a graauate from the Southern
-Dental College in Atlanta and is
(making a success of his profession
in CSIacon, where he is permanently
located. .
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- Mr. and Mrs. T. Burkhardt will
'leave on the early morning train to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for a few weeks' recreation
in iRichmond, Va., and Washington,
J). C. .Ir. Burkhardt is yard man manager
ager manager of the Coast Line. They expect
to return home about OctobeT 1st.
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'A jolly party spending today -picnicking
at Xorth Lake Weir consists
of Dr. and .Mrs. (Walter Mood, Mr.
and Mrs. iR. A. Bunford and family,
(Misses Ethel iHaycraft and Martha
Kate iRentz, -Mr. and Irs. W. K. Ze Ze-wadski,
wadski, Ze-wadski, Jr., of Tampa, and son and
air. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, 'Sr.,
and family.
The friends of Mrs. 'Henry Watter-
son Tucker will regret to learn of
her indisposition at her home on
Oklawaha avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Park and fam family
ily family are moving today ta Crystal
River to make their future home.
Mr. Park is editor of the breezy lit
tle Crystal .River News, a ipaper that
is sure to be a success under his
able guidance. Mr. and 'Mrs. Park
and family have a "large circle of
friends in this city who wisli for
them unbounded good fortune in
their new home.
Miss Janet Weathers has returned
from a week-end spent with friends
at Lake .Weir.
(Mts. T. L. Thorpe, a
charming
young matron of Falatka, arrived
this afternoon and is the guest of
Miss Edith Williams.
An engagement of much local in interest
terest interest to friends in Ocala and Mar Marion
ion Marion county is that of Miss Marguer Marguerite
ite Marguerite Alice Meggs to Mr. Harry '"Dale
Smith of Jacksonville. The wedding
will take place during the latter
nart of September. 'Mr. and Mrs.
Luther Meggs and family 'were at
one time residents of Orange Springs
and moved to Jacksonville to make
their home directly after the big
freeze. Miss :Meggs since her debut
fias heen one of the most popular of
Jacksonville's society -girls. She is

cated, having traveled abroad sev several
eral several years. (Mr. Smith is manager
of the Jacksonville Telephone Com Company,
pany, Company, is originally from Chicago, but
has made his home in the South for
a number of years and has made a

host of friends in the social as well
as the tbusiness world.
'Miss, Mary .McDowell left this
norning on the early train for a
ound of visits to friends and rela relatives
tives relatives in South Carolina and Roanoke,
Virginia. I
Mrs. W. K. McDonald arrived yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon for an indefinite
visit to her friend, Mrs. Thomas
Sexton and family.
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Mr. George Looney left yesterday
afternoon for a week's vacation
at Daytona Beach, where he will be
the guest of his aunt and uncle, ;Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. 'Hamrjck, who are
spending the summer at the Seaside
Inn.
.Mrs. D. R. Connor was the hostess
yesterday afternoon of the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian sewing icrcle. A most enjoy enjoyable
able enjoyable afternoon was spent iby the la ladies,
dies, ladies, making dainty fancy articles
for the annual hazaar in November.
I'Mrs. Connor was assisted in enter
taining her guests hy 'Miss Josie
Williams and dainty little Miss Eliz
abeth Murray. Peach ice cream and
caromel cake were served.
Mrs. P. y. 'Whiteside is recover-
ing from a .few days of indisposition,
to the delight of her large circle of
friends.
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mcs. f. j. MJieus has as, ner guesi
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for the week Miss Gladys Rogers of
Sparr, Ga., who is spending a month
with her sister and brother-in-law,
Air. ana LUrS. J-aVlS at ZUDer.
Miss Nellie Stevens, principal of
the Ocala primary school, returned
this afternoon from Green Cove
saipnngs, wnere sne nas oeen ior tne
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school duties. .Miss Stevens has been
teaching in the Duval county normal
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for a several weeks visit to his
daughter Mrs Claude '.Gates, at Mar-
aiuuu, r it. -uiss iUinid.ii, wuu lias
heen spending some time as the
a i k. i i i m i ji.k m r
guest of her sister on the Florida
1 t 11 i 1 f T
Keys, -wan return aome wun ner
home with
tatner.
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Misses ;Marguerite Edwards, Mar-
guerite Little, Katie Mae 'Eagleton
and Lois Livingston had a little pic
nic all their own today on tthe va-
cant lot next to Mr. John Edwards
piace. iiney maae cream ana naa
.
all the good things that young ladies
like to eat, and a
erally.
good time gen-
Other visiting girls in Tampa who
are heing entertained are iMiss Min
nie Stovall and ,Miss Lydie Mc-
Iougald, of Ocala. They were the
honorees Monday afternoon at a
'bridge party given them iby Mrs.
uranvine i.arnmore. ine mgn.
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highest
score was uiaue .uj. .x x,
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.Kiggm or israaentown, wno is xne
Snnhip Whit-
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me tea xo ioe given luesaay irom
to 6 o-clock by Miss Frances Cham
CHASE & SANBORN'S
Famous Tea
Packed in Air Tight
Containers
Diamond Sixty, $4 -lb
15c
Diamond Sixty, i-lb
.30c
Orange JPeko, M-lb
.15c
.30c
Orange Peko, -lb
Onoif, Formosa-Ooloong, i2-lb..30c
Basket Fired Japan, fc-lb 35c
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emperors xieuu, ureeo anu
Black, U-lb 20c
Kmperor s liiena, ureen and
liiucK, t2-io. soc
Seal llrand, hnoogh bam, y -lb. .40c
"Fancy" b ormosa-ooioong, 4 -s 125c
4 -w- rr rv -.!- w rv
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Fancy" Ceylon, maia, t4-s. . .isoc
"Fancy" ceyion moia, -2-s ouc
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-jraiicy xiugiuii uicaa 74
Fancy" English Breakfast J2-s oOc
Special Ceylon India, k-lb 30c
Special Ceylon India 1-lb 60c
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Mrs. R. II. Saunders and daughter,
Miss Ruth Saunders, sister and
brother-in-law of Mrs George Martin
arrived from Dunnellon Monday
evening and will be her house guests
over Sunday.

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.Mrs. Frederick Hocker left this
afternoon for a six weeks visit to
her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Montgom Montgomery,
ery, Montgomery, in Louisville, Ky. Mr. Hocker
will join his wife later in the season
for a much needed rest, and accom accompany
pany accompany her home.
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Mr. George .W. Martin, who was
expected home today from an ex extended
tended extended trip thruout the southwest southwestern
ern southwestern states, will not arrive until Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, much to the regret of his fam family,
ily, family, this ibeing his 'birthday the day
of days to men as well as boys.
His good wife had planned much for
his pleasure and surprise. However,
she may .be able to keep the heel of
the 'birthday chicken until next Sun Sun-day.
day. Sun-day. He doesn't deserve a larger
piece for disappointing
Martin was the guest of
Herbert, at Auburn, Ala.
day.
her. 'Mr.
his son,
last Sun-
The many friends of 'Mr. d Mrs
Jno. F. (Williamson, former residents
of this city and who are now rated
among the leading citizens of De De-Land,
Land, De-Land, Mr. Williamson being head
J salesman in one of the largest furni
ture stores of that city, will :be pleas pleased
ed pleased to learn of their success in their
new home. Their hospitable home
is a popular rendevous for many of
.their Ocala friends enroute to Day-
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Irs A Taylor anl son, Master
hXat. Taylor, left this afternoon for!
their home in Jacksonville, after a;
chanming visit to her daughter and
son-in-law Mr nrirf lATrs W V -Vftw-
som, 'Jr. Mrs. Taylor was the recip-
hent of many little social courtesies
during .ner yjSit and has made many
lilrs. 'Howard Clark and little ones
win leavQ yery S0Qn fop &n eTtended
tQ her gister ,n lIx)ul8vlllef ;Ky.t
and her mother in Texas, returning
I
late in the autumn.
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Mrs. Charles M. Jray and family.
LrcIe of friends in tMg are
spending a portion of the summer
season at Pass-a-Grille, which is con-
Ivenlentdv located mat across tn ,rvav
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Mrs. L. B. Sanders arrived this af-
ternoon from a visit to her daughter
in Bay St. Louis, CMiss. Mrs. Sand-
Urs will ibe the guest of her son, 'Mr.
Frank Sanders, during her stay in
the city.
Mrs. E.McIver and little;
daughter, Mi
ances Mdlver, are
the guests of Mn and Mrs. Conway
their home in Syracuse, N: Y.
They'have been enjoyitigi"Tncrtt5Tlng
trip -with their host and hostess and
party of friends, taking in all the
principal places, of interest on the
St. Lawrence river. Aug. 15 th was
snent in Alexandria Bay. where they
g with" Mr. and -Mrs. Fred Ben-
' -i
, . sharD- who ls
the guest Qf the lormep
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(Rogers will leave tomorrow "for Chi-
I rr crn whrP Mrs. iRoeers eoes esne-
I 0"l . w a u
cially to iplace her son in college for
ntG, Thev lease a house
aDd Temain away ,perhaps the ntire
year.
Miss Fannie Cook left over the A.
C. "L. today for Gainesville, where
she -will spend several days before
going to her new home in 'Richmond,
Va. She also expects to visit Pablo
Beach for a few days outing. Mr
Harry Cook, her ibrother, who has
been assisting for the past few
weeks in the Western 'Union Tele-
graph office, accompanies her.
Miss Mae Sikes is acting as clerk
for the Western Unfon iwhile .Miss
I
ATarv Indpr! tnVM hfr vacation at
Worthington SDrimrs
Mrs. H. iW. Long of Martel was in
the city today, shopping.
AllhAUUA, IjAI1L.3
Such an array of hair goods as we
are now displaying at our show
r0oms at the Helvenston store has
never been equalled in Ocala. and
the prices until Saturday are VERY
LOW. Prices range from $1 to $40
After Saturday' the 22nd of August,
9 regular prices will prevail. Come in
and let us show you these splendid

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NO WORKMAN CAN A FIORD TO USE POOR QUALITY
TOOLS; IT COSTS TOO MUCH TIME AND AVOItRV. OUR
TOOLS ARK PROPERLY TEMPERED AND HOLD THEIR
EDGE.
ave never ijoitk our customers when they come
in because to do business it is only necessary for
them to see our goods and our prices.
when you need hardware come to us.
out; hardware stands hard wear.

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W L4 VjE a large assortment of stylish rings
TO SOTV YOU. BUT, WE DO NOT JUGGLE THE PJZICES. WE
TREAT EVERYONE" WHJPLACES CONFIDENCE IN US WITH
THE SAME HONEST CONSIDERATION. AND YOU MUST
TRUST THE JEWELER' WHEN YOU BUY HIS GOODS.
WE REFER THOSE WHO -HAVE NEVER DEALT WITH US
TO THEIR FRIENDS WHO HA VE.
A. E. BURNETT RELIABLE JEWELER
Vt OCALA, FLORIDA

The Management of DR. McCLAN'
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray o., and Troxlers stands.
Larger quarters, more fully equipped and will be rua
' strictly ethicai lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

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

1SUILIUXG 1 OltMKULV ISKD AS OCA1.A HIGH SCHOOLi

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SCHOOL BOARD TAKES STEPS TOWARD mAKING OCALA A
GREAT EDUCATIONAL CENTER

Star W ant Ads. Bring Results

SOLID OLD ItUILDIXG USED FOR,
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twkxtv-fivk yea us as a
high school to ije over overhauled
hauled overhauled AXD 'MADE OVEIt
INTO A COM3IODIOUS DOKMI DOKMI-TOUY
TOUY DOKMI-TOUY FOIt STUDEXTS.
The Marion county iboard of pub public
lic public instruction has at last definitely
decided on the fate of the old Ocala
high school building. At a. meeting
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a few days since Mr. W. D. Carn,
chairman of the 'board, was chosen
as a committee' of one to have the
large, well located building convert converted
ed converted into a dormitory, where pupils
from out of town -will be provided
with first class room and board at a
nominal figure while they are at attending
tending attending our excellent schools.
Mr. tCarn has the plans for the re re-imodeling
imodeling re-imodeling of the huge building, made
some time since by -Messrs. M-cIver &
MacKay and lately modified and
changed. The 'Star reporter was
shown the plans yesterday and feels
that the board has done another of
the many good things it has accom accomplished
plished accomplished of late.
The building will have a large
colonial porch with huge columns
erected in front tfor iboth stories.'
This will be the principal change for
the outside. The interior will foe cut
up into rooms and halls, as follows:
First floor. Large living room,
study room, dining room, halls; kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, pantry, foaith and toilet, front
and rear, stairway, lobby, closets and
front porch with' five large bed bedrooms.
rooms. bedrooms. The living Toom, dining
room and study room will be very
large. All the rooms will .be well
lighted and ventilated and with the
very high ceilings will foe most com comfortable.
fortable. comfortable. The second floor will have a study
room, large hall, bath and toilet,
closets, front porch and sixteen large
bed-rooms.
Each, ibed-room will be provided
with two single beds, giving sleep sleeping
ing sleeping accommodations to 4 2 students.
The house will be completely fur furnished
nished furnished by the school board, which

will own and control the property.

Bed linen and towels will be sup supplied
plied supplied foy the students, who will be
required to have their own laundry laundry-ing
ing laundry-ing done and to care for their own
rooms.
The board will either rent the
house to some responsible person to
be operated under its supervision
with a limited charge of not to ex exceed
ceed exceed say $13.50 per month. A
monthly accounting of all receipts,
expenses and the conduct of the
house will foe submitted to the board.
The fooard may employ a matron and
pay all expenses, charging the stud students
ents students actual cost only, the exact
method not having yet ibeen decided
upon.
Mr. Carn will have the work done
by the day or piece and not by con contract
tract contract and will commence it at once.
He will have it all ready by the
opening of the school, with all fur furniture
niture furniture in and a matron in charge.
The building is excellently locat

ed and is very convenient to the new
high school building. The property
is in first class repair and the ma material
terial material is of the best and very little
money will have to be spent on it
for upkeep for several years to
come.

This is the very best use that the
property could have ben jmt to and

the Star is indeed glad to see that

the iboard foas put into practice one

of the plans it was the first to sug

gest many months ago.

FLORIDA AXD
THE BUBONIC FEVER

Isn't it afoout time that the offi officials
cials officials of Florida's cities realized the
seriousness of the plague situation?
The highest authorities on the
subject, men who have had wide ex experience
perience experience in combatting the disease
and in its eradication, have been
fighting for nearly two months, since
June 27, to. master the situation in
New Orleans. The latest report from
that city, August 12, announces the
seventeenth human case and the dis discovery
covery discovery of the fifty-first rodent case.
, Almost seven weeks of fighting,
directed foy these able men, using
the most advanced methods that
science has evolved, has not master mastered
ed mastered the epidemic and as many
months, probably more, will elapse
foefore New Orleans will cease to .be
feared as a source of infection.
Recent telegraphic dispatches tell
of two deaths and two suspicious
cases in'LiveTpool, England, showing
a new foothold gained foy the en enemy.
emy. enemy. Is It possible that any Florida sea seaport
port seaport or Inland town i3 willing to foe
involved in a struggle against this
horrible disease, or even to invite
such a risk? But is just as possible
as was the original Infection at New
Orleans or Liverpool.
4 The Florida Board of 'Health re regards
gards regards the situation as serious but
not as alarming, and It has not re relaxed
laxed relaxed In the slightest degree Its fight
against this possible invasion from
its first announcement in a neigh neighboring
boring neighboring state. It has sought the co cooperation
operation cooperation of the municipal authori authorities
ties authorities throughout the state. While
this has been given willingly, not
every city has appeared to appreciate
the real seriousness of the condi conditions
tions conditions that confront Florida.
The disease is not 'communicated
from one person to another, but only
by the flea that is carried foy the in infected
fected infected rat. Therefore, the danger
from New Orleans to other commun communities
ities communities Is not from unrestricted passen passenger
ger passenger traffic, but through freight traf traffic,
fic, traffic, either by marine commerce or

thru railroad freight carriage.
The United States public health
service authorities at New Orleans
are maintaining a thorough supervis supervision
ion supervision over marine commerce leaving
that port, as was described In a re recent
cent recent issue of this press service. It
also inspects all railroad cars sent
from that city and affixes its O. K. In
the form of a seal.
Florida's health authorities are
cooperating with the United States
officials by Insisting on a thorough

examination of all railroad freight

care coming from New Orleans into
this state. Wherever and whenever
the original seal is found to be brok broken
en broken or shows evidence of having been
tampered with, the fooard requires
that the railroad company handling
the car at destination shall open and
inspect the car for rats foefore deliv delivery
ery delivery to sonsignee. It also requires

the mayors of Florida cities to en

force this order, and in several of

the larger cities it has its own super

visors to watch incoming freight
from the Louisiana city.

Five representatives of the state

board of health are or have 'been in
'New Orleans studying the situation

there and learning methods of treat treatment
ment treatment of the disease, of rodent sur surveys,
veys, surveys, the most efficient means of re reducing
ducing reducing the rodent population, and
foecoming efficient In every way to
meet a possible similar emergency
in Florida.
The fooard urges upon municipal

M- Wo TUCKER

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WE STRIVE TO MAKE A HIT EVERY TIME WE C03IE TO BAT
OLD DOBBIN RUNS THE BASES FOR US AND MAKES MANY A
HOME RUN
TRY THESE:
I'ure Guava Jelly, Pure Orange Marmalade, Pure Preserved Figs,
Beeclinut Crab Apple Jelly, Beechnut Peach Jam, Beech Beechnut
nut Beechnut Apple Jelly, Glace Pineapple, Ginger and Kum-
quats in tins.
Twenty-One Pounds of Sugar for $1 with $1 Cash Purchase of other
Groceries on Saturday and Monday Only. )

i. L. SMITH GROCERY COMPANY

PHONE 434

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It you are thinking of having you houso
PAINTED OR PAPERED or any INTERIOR
DECORATING done be sure to see us before
letting your work out. We use nothing but first
class material and have had
OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
We guarantee to give entire satisfaction.
S. J. CInpka & Walter Tagg
P. O. BOX 428 OCALA, FLA.
Estimates Given

UNIQUE DRY CLEANERS

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TO INTRODUCE OUR WORK
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Beginning Monday, Aug. 17ttEn
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We will Clean and Press
Patau IBeacSi Snaitts for S5e
Other Work in proportion. We are prepared to do first-class
work, taking out Spots, Stains, Grea.se and Dirt, leaving the work
in a neat, sanitary condition We Clean, Dye, Repair and Press
LADIES and' GENTS' Clothing, Gloves and other articles Clean Clean-ed,
ed, Clean-ed, Dyed, or colors restored.
W ORK DONE BY SKILLHI) WORKMEN."
GOOD WORK. IS OUR MOTTO.
PROMPTNESS OUR AIM.
SATISFACTION OUR STEPPING STONE.
TO PROVE THAT WHAT WE CLAIM
J. W. McCONNELL, Proprietor,
300 N. 3LGNOLIA ST. OPPOSITE THE LINWOOD HOUSE
t OCALA, FLORIDA 8-1 7-2 1

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CHURCH

Broadway and 14 th 'Street.

Union Square

New York City

A Clean, Comfortable, Convenient
and Homelike Hotel on both
American and European Plans.

American Plan, $2 per Day
and up.
European Plan, $1 per Day
t and up.

SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES
Churchill & Company

authorities the requirement that all
permits for erection of. warehouses,
business 'blocks and residences shall
include that they be rat-proof, par particularly
ticularly particularly such buildings a3 may be
located near a water front. The
present experience of New Orleans

should be sufficient evidence that no
effort Is too expensive to make a city
proof again3t the plague and keep
It so.

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THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, T CHS DAY, AUGUST IS, 1914

STiioxc; argument
VOH EQUAL SUFFRAGE

Belleview, Aug. 17. Mrs. Tre
mere left last Tuesday morning
Jacksonville. Brunswick, Darien
for
and
Savannah, where she will visit the
scenes of her childhood.
Out in the flat piny woods of east eastern
ern eastern Georgia, about Zy2 miles north
of the old yellow Altamaha river and
some 11 miles west of Darien, near
the old IMacon turnpike, there sits a
house, unique in its construction, for
sitting there as it has since way -before
the time of the Mexican war, it
has 'been added to and ibuilt on to
from time to time as needs and cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances justified and having this
age to its credit, it shows the differ different
ent different degrees of woodcraft, that has
prevailed in this community the past
80 years, starting with the original
"log house" at one end, and ending
with modern weather boarding and
lath and plaster construction at the
other end, forms a long, low set,
rambling house of very striking and
unique appearance. A few hundred
yards away, across a slough, but
within voice call, reached by a foot
bridge made of tpine logs, stand two
old log houses, with age showing in
every crack and joint, and right, by
stands a large, 'modern, two-story
house, marking a strong contrast be
tween the new and the old. Fifty
years ago, from one of these houses
rushed a woman into the night.
Clasped in her-arms was a little girl
baby, wondering what it was all
about, and following close were a
few. faithful slaves, and to the woods
they fled in terror of their lives, for
the fame of Sherman and his army
on their march to the sea had pre preceded
ceded preceded them, striking terror into the
hearts of the defenceless women and
children left at the homes and fire firesides.
sides. firesides. The day arrived when strange
horsemen were seen in the country,
riding with an arrogant air and de demanding
manding demanding the best the country afford-
ed, and paying for nothing. As the
stream of the refugees, fleeing for
safety, increased in number, terror
struck to the hearts of the weak and
as the woman rushed out into the
cold night, with the determination
that the dreaded yankees would nev never
er never capture her little girl baby. So
for days and nights they wandered
through the woods, hiding here and
there. At night the cries of wild
animals blending with the soughing
of the wind in the trees, with
splotches of red striking upward to
the skies, here and there, showing
to" the panic stricken wanderers the
location of the latest outrages, until
at last, sick at heart and (body weak weakened
ened weakened from exposure, and borne down
with grief of the fearful knowledge
that the Yankees had killed husband
arid protector in hattle, and that har har-Tied
Tied har-Tied and "hunted they were growing
weaker and weaker, and the sounds
of the tramping of 'men and the
dooming of guns sounded nearer and
nearer, until overwrought neves
gave way to the. strain and they
found them, mother and child, with
the few faithful slaves, emaciated,
worn and helpless. And those awful
Yankees lifted them tenderly into
wagons and carried them into Sa Savannah
vannah Savannah and from there they were
shipped to Hilton Head, where a
division of. the northern army had its
headquarters. They were placed in
a kind-hearted Southern woman's
home, where the mother received
every care and attention, but in spite
of which she faded and withered and
passed away into the great 'beyond.
That little child is my mother. She
was only one ""of thousands. From
year to year, as opportunity affords,
she steals quietly away and visits the
scenes of her childhood, going into
little, quiet, out of the way places
that few people of the busy world of
today hear about, tracing the lines
of Sherman's march over again, and
living over those scenes that 'bring
vividly to her mind the loss of her
dearest possession on earth her
mother.
As the newspapers dish up scenes
of bloody carnage now 'being enacted
in iEurppe and all over the world,
my thoughts revert to my mother's
stories of the great civil war, and I
picture the scenes of gore and strife
and misery and the millions of men,
husbands, brothers and sons torn
from their families, their homes
for what? Talk of statecraft and
needs of country -much as you please,
if woman had a' voice in the affairs
of nations there would be no wars
today, and if Andrew Carnegie is so
anxious for universal peace, the
quickest way for him to see that day
is to spend his money for and in be behalf
half behalf of the equal suffrage, instead of
wasting it on peace societies who
want no peace. E. A. T.
Queerest Word in Language.
Pocket-handkerchief is the queerest
word in the language. At first it was
kerchief (couvre-chef), a covering for
the head; then it became handkerchief,
a covering for the head carried in the
hand, and at last pocket-handkerchief,
a covering for tbe head held in the
Jiand and kept in the pocket. 4

SAVES DAUGHTER

Advice of Mother no Douli Pre
vents Daughter's Untimely End.
Ready. Ky. 1 was not able to do
anything for nearly six months," writes
Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and
was aown in oea lor three months.
1 cannot tell you how I suffered with
my head, and with nervousness and
womanly troubles.
Our family doctor told my husband he
could not do me any good, and he had
to give it up. We tried another doctor,
but he did not help me.
At last, my mother advised me to take
Cardui, the woman's tonic. 1 thought
it was no use for I was nearly dead and
nothing seemed to do me any good. But
1 took eleven bottles, and now 1 am able
to do all of my work and my own
washing.
I think Cardui Is the best medicine in
the world. My weight has increased,
and 1 look the picture of health.
I! you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui
today. Delay is dangerous. We know
it will help you, for it has helped so
many thousands of other weak women
in the past 50 years.
At all druggists.
Writ tot Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Ladies'
AdTisory Dept.. Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special
Instructions on your case and 64-page book. "Home
Treatment for Women." in plain wrapper. N.C. 1 23
OVERHEARD AT THE SEASHORE.
Adele Are there many young men
down here, my dear?
Laura Very few. It is a game of
catch them.
Adele And what are the rules of
tho game?
Laura Why, "catch-as-catch-can."
A Pranksome Disposition.
I'd hate to be a bug, by heck.
But if I wuz, I'd foller
His ways an' drop on some gal's neck
An laugh to hear her holler!
Compensation. s
"You don't seem enthusiastic about
elevating the stage."
"No," replied the theatrical mana manager.,
ger., manager., "The more you try to elevate
the stage, the more depressed the bo
office seems to become."
Over Ulster, Perhaps.
Casey Oi hear ye wor mixed up
in a free foight the other evenin.
Mulligan Free, is ut! Shure It
cost me tin dollars in coort the next
mornin. Boston Evening Transcript.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas, county, s. s.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath-that
he is the senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business
in the city of Toledo, county and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will
pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case of
Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
iSworn to .before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of Dec December,
ember, December, A. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON,
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in internally
ternally internally and acts directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Take -Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Adv.
"Go North by Sea"
Merchants & Miners Trans Co.
STEAMSHIP LINES
J ACKSONVILLE
TO
BOSTON
NEW YORK
BALTIMORE
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
. New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on ali
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent. Com'l.Agt
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street
Jacksonville. Fla.

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5 WHY TLEHIE UNDERSTOOD I
By JANET REESE. t
A long, low. whine came from a cor corner
ner corner of the Charlestons' comfortable
living room, and ceased abruptly at
a sharp exclamation of impatience
from young Mrs. Charleston. A little
brown body quivered perceptibly at
the rebuke, and then sank its sleek
head hopelessly on its front paws and
gazed mournfully into space.
For three long, agonizing days
Teenie's one beloved puppy, the last
of the litter, had been missing. Pa Patiently
tiently Patiently Teenie had searched the large
house from garret to cellarr but no
baby was to be found. Then she had
searched the lawn and the outhouses,
all without avail. Spurred by anxiety,
she had surreptitiously made several
tours along the broad, white road
which ran past the house, a place on
which she was forbidden to venture
alone, lest she be crushed by the in insolent
solent insolent chugging cars which sped past
the house. But up hill and down dale
no puppy was to be found.
At first Teenie gave vent to her
grief by oft-repeated sobbing little
cries, but these had grated upon the
nerves of the pretty mistress, and she
had slapped Teenie smartly. It was
after the slapping that Teenie had
crept to the living-room corner, and
only in a moment of forgetfulness did
she now wail forth her suffering mo moments
ments moments that usually came when she
waked from a troubled doze to the
harsh reality of her little life and its
emptiness.
If the mistress could have made
Teenie understand, she might have
told her that the puppy had gone to
live two miles further up the white
road, with people who would be very
kind to him, and where there were
little children who would love him
dearly. But Teenie, unusually intelli
gent as she was, could not have un-1
derstood so much, and probably would
not have been reconciled had she
known the facts; and the young mis mistress,
tress, mistress, not always as thoughtful as she
might be, perhaps would not have
taken the trouble to enlighten the lit little
tle little dog had it been able to understand.
And so the mistress went on reading
her entertaining little book, and Teenie
lay in her dark corner nursing the
dull ache of her heart.
A half hour went by, and no sound
came from either. Suddenly hurried
footsteps sounded along the uncarpet uncarpet-ed
ed uncarpet-ed hall. A timid knock came upon the
closed door, and a disheveled, red-eyed
nurse maid appeared. At sight of the
mistress the maid's face went white,
and for a moment she could not
speak.
"What is the trouble?" ashed the
mistress sharply.
"Oh, ma'am, Master Jack's not in the
house or the garden. Thomas and me's
been searchin' for him for the last
hour. Ain't we, Thomas?"
"Yes, ma'am?" sputtered Thomas,
gazing pop-eyed over the maid's shoul shoulder
der shoulder at the mistress.
From then on pandemonium reigned.
Already it was growing dusk, and dry dry-eyed
eyed dry-eyed and terror-clutched, the young
mother alternately paced the floor and
watched from the windows. There was
nothing to do but wait, wait, while her
hastily summoned husband and the
servants searched the surrounding
country for her five-year-old boy. At
last the fear and agony within grew to
such proportions that for sheer relief
the mistress gave vent to a trembling
cry, and, sinking upon the floor, buried
her face in her hands. And then, from
a dark corner of the living room, came
an answering cry, and the next mo moment
ment moment a hot, feverish little muzzle tried
to force itself gently between Mrs.
Charleston's tense, white fingers. For
a brief moment the fingers did not
relax, and then the hands fell slowly
from the face of the mistress. As
they reached her lap, they clenched,
and a hunted look crept into her eyes
as a new thought took shape in her
mind and grew rapidly. Suddenly she
cried out:
"Teenie, Teenie, you know, you
know! And it was I, I who took away
your little one, I who made you suffer
as I suffer now! And then, oh, Teenie,
Teenie, I punished you for crying! And
now you try to comfort me. May the
Blessed Mother forgive me!"
It .was then that the telephone bell
rang, and Mrs. Charleston sprang with
nervous haste to her feet, almost up upsetting
setting upsetting the little dog. In response
to her trembling "Well!" there must
have been exciting news.
"Oh!" sobbed the mistress, joyfully,
"at your house? We thought he Was
lost, Mrs. Doon. I'm so glad, so glad!
Came after the puppy because Teenie
cried for it? Oh, Mrs. Doon! Well, if
you don't mind returning it Teenie's
been so unhappy. You'll bring them
both in the car? Thank you, thank
you, Mrs. Doon!
"Teenie, darling!" cried the mistress,
"they're coming home, Jackie and the
Puppy, and they'll be here here
but just then the mistress fainted from
happiness, and Teenie barked excited excitedly
ly excitedly for help.
To the Life.
"That actress is doing wretched
work in the laundress role."
"She's playing it true to life."
"How can you say that?"
"Isn't she mangling her part?"
Ungallant Classification.
"Women," she simpered, "are the
flowers of creation, don't you think?"
"Sure thing," answered the horrid
man, "and some of them are centu century
ry century plants.'

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Make Var on Gorillas.
The governor of the Camerons has
organized an armed expedition against
the gorillas, numerous bands of which
have recently Invaded various parts
of the colony, Inflicting serious dam damage
age damage on the property of planters. In
two cases the gorillas, armed with
clubs, made an attack on the bunga bungalows
lows bungalows occupied by native employes,
and killed one man and wounded five
others.
Too Much for Him.
A colored porter for a local druggist
was told to go to another pharmacy to
get some cimcifjgo rasiemoses. He
stood, open-mouthed, and gazed at his
"boss," then asked: "Ain't thar any
other name for dat?"
SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDUliE
Southbound
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
n.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
a: 30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited Javes Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 230 p
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
Northbound
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrive.
Jacksonville 6:4i a. m.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa 9 a. m.;
arrives Ocala 1:12 p. m.; leaves
Ocala 1:30 p. m.; arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 5:20 p. m.
No. 10 limited leaves Tampa p.
m.;' arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.
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establishment of "Davies the tire
man" from July 1, will be sold only
for CASH, but with a 5 dis discount.
count. discount. 6-28-ti

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Every brewer tries to make
pure beer and hopes
it will be pure when

you drink it, but
Thev send it out in a
light bottle, and it's
the light that starts
decay and develops
the skunky taste.

Schlitz goes to you

in a Brown Bottle
which protects the
beer from light and
keeps it pure and
wholesome from the
brewery to your
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On the Atlantic ocean, seventeen miles from Jacksonville; facing
the finest, smoothest and broadest bathing beach in the world. The
summer climate is cool and comfortable, to the surprise of our patrons
from other states, who have an Idea that It is hot because In the south.
Water temperatures are mild, hanging around 80 to 85, so that the
most delicate person can derive much benefit from surf bathing.
Rates $2.50 to $3 a dey $12 to $18 a week.. AVeek end rates 1.50.
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omifort Lodge

The rest room which the Oasla merchants maintain for the use
of our out of town visitors who are in the city for a few hours
with nohing to do Is located on the corner of Fort King avenue
and South Main street, opposite the Theus-Zachry furniture
store. The ladies especially will find Comfort Iodge a convenient
place to rest during the day's shopping. The conveniences we are
able to offer at Comfort Ixxfee are free and jou are Invited to
take advantage of them.
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THE OCA LA EVENING STAK, TUESDAY, AUGUST IS, 1914

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FIN YOUR
20 Per Cent.

Docs this Look Good to You?
Two small four-room tenement houses, in good
condition, lot large enough for two more houses,
in colored section, just west of S. A. L. Railway,
on South 3d street, now rented to good tenants and
paying 20 percent on the price asked, $600 for the two.
Titles perfect. If interecl see me at onca. They will rot be
long on the market at this price.
F" h! DITTO 114111 i:statc aml Fire Insi:rrnce

Phone 1285

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Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling

PHONE 296

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

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We Sell
BEAVER BOARD
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
IXVESIGATE.

: ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE

By CONSTANCE NESSLER.

"Hush!" said the intelligent woman
of mature years. "I'm a runaway!"
The other woman suppressed a gasp.

t "A Tlirniroi.?" a ocldH "StlTplV VOll

are joking."
"Well," said the intelligent woman
of mature years, "you see that I'm
downtown alone for once.
"Yes, indeed, my girls are perfectly
lovely to me. One couldn't have daugh daughters
ters daughters more devoted than mine, but
sometimes I'm ungrateful enough to
feel that I could well spare a little
of their watchful care. So I ran
away. Terrible, is it not? You see,
Adelaide was shut up in her room
writing her report of her suffrage work
among factory employes, and Alice and
Ethel went downtown, so I slipped
out of the house and came down myself.

TOO OUTSPOKEN OH STAND

Testimony cf Jacob Riis Won Verdict
for the Right, Though It Made
Him the "Goat."

The late Jacob A. Riis was a good
story-teller, but there was one story
that he used to tell to his friends
with especial glee, even though he was
the "goat" of it.

It seems that soon after he took up
his residence on Long island he de decided
cided decided to build a house. lie went to
an Austrian, whom he had known in
the days when he was poor and friend friendless,
less, friendless, and who had 6ince prospered.
Riis asked for a loan cn mortgage.
Riis friend insisted that the money
should be regarded as a gift. Rii3
would not consent, and the matter
eventually was left as a loan (of which
no written record was made), which
was to be paid back at the borrower's
convenience.
"Years passed," Riis used to add,
"and somehow I never had the money
to pay my friend. Then I heard he

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COLLIER BEOS., Proprietors.

of gray and black, or some very mod

est pattern black and white silks for
me for a new gown. They told me
this morning that they had been talk talking
ing talking it over and had decided that I
needed a second best silk. I was
tempted to tell them that I thought I
knew what I needed as well as they
did, but of course I refrained. It
would have hurt their feelings.
"I know it's sweet of Adelaide to
watch over my health the way she

does, but I loathe her nourishing foods
just as I do the nap that Ethel makes
me take every morning. I never did
like to sleep in the daytime, and I

his family, and had many talks with
him regarding his expressed desire to
leave his property to distant relatives
in Austria. Incidentally, he again told
me that his loan to me was not to be
repaid. Eventually he made a will,
in which the bulk of his estate was
given to the people in Austria.
"Well, my old friend died. andt of

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the slighest suspicion that your stoir.aeh requires treatment,
don't delay a moment. Little ills soon grow into ser.ous ills.

GoMesa ESedlScsal Blsevery
soon rights the wronr. It helps the stomach digest the food and manu manufacture
facture manufacture nourishing blood. It has a tonic ellect and soon enables the
stomach and heart to perform their functions in a natural, neaimy
manner, vithout any outsido aid.

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APPLICATION
FOIt LETTERS PATENT

the

Notice Is hereby riven that we.

undersigned, on the
29th day of Aueuxt, A. I). 1014
will apply to the governor of the state
of Florida, at his office In the city of
Tallahassee, for letters patent to issue
under the following proposed charter.
J. U SMITH.
CO It A Z. SMITH.
L. II. riLLAXS.

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WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?

FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR
WOMEN TALLAHASSEE

College of Arts and Sciences; Normal
School; School of Music; School of Art
Extension Division; Graduate School.
Modern Gymnasium with swimming
pool, Basket ball and tenuis courts;
new and modern buildings; beautiful
campus; dormitories have all modern
conveniences ; new dining room and
kitchen most hygenic in Florida; 418
young women from 49 counties and 12
states last session.
.TUITION FREE in College and Nor

mal School. Board and entrance fees
for the year $124. For catalogue write

EDWARD CONRADI. President

think it perfectly absurd to lie down
in the morning. However, it seems to

give Ethel so much satisfaction that

I usually do it after Alice has read me

the morning papers in the sun par
lor.

"Certainly, I can read as well as
ever I could, but the girls think I
should conserve my sight, and Alice
says there's so much in the papers to
distress me that she likes to pick
out the most optimistic editorials and
the news that shows the world's prog progress
ress progress for my mental pabulum. It's

sweet of Alice, and she takes a great
deal of pains to select what she thinks
I ought to hear.
"No, I know I oughtn't to call them
jailers, for they really are such perfect
dears. I suppose it would be better
to call them guardian angels, because
though always on guard, they are con constantly
stantly constantly thinking of my pleasure and
comfort. Ethel keeps me supplied
with fancy wrork. She gets a piece
and starts it, and then turns it over
to me, as she has the theory that I am
happier when I'm making French
knots or crocheting, notwithstanding
the fact that I've always liked stitch stitching
ing stitching on the sewing machine better than
any other kind of sewing. But the
girls all declare that the machine is

too strenuous for me. If they ever

should marry and leave me alone I'll
have a sewing machine in my sitting
room and sew whenever I feel like it.
"I do wish it wasn't so late in the
day, for I should like so much to go
to a matinee. I haven't been to a good
show in ages. Whenever the girls
think I need a little divertisement they
get tickets for a classical concert, a
lecture or an uplift drama. I suppose
I ought to be ashamed to admit that I
should much prefer being entertained
than edified. Alice was dreadfully
pained when I suggested one day not
long ago that we go to the vaudeville
to see some of the new dances that are
being talked about so much.

8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal "'Oh. mother.' she said, 'your taste

Arts; Law; Engineering; agriculture: wouia De offended by the modern steps,

Teachers College; Experiment Station; x At, n!l,.rT eVip took

Extension Division; Graduate School wq Arir,e at t.h

Ten new brick buildings, besides gym-

nasium, swimming pool and many sub- seiuement wnere sne wor.
sidiary buildings. 61 officers, instruc- mildly interesting, but what I wish to
tors and assistants. 354 young men see Is the tango and the hesitation
from 47 Florida counties and 24 states waltz, and I don't suppose I ever shall,
and foreign countries last session. t 0 vri11-
tttition free. Board and Entrance Yes, I should love to go out to your

Fees, $132.50 per y

catalogue. A. A.

FROFOSED CHARTER OF THE
SMITH GROCERY COMPANY
We, the undersigned, .hereby asso associate
ciate associate ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of becoming incorporated under

the laws of the state of Florida ap applicable
plicable applicable to corporations for profit.

Article I.

The name of this corporation shall

De the SMITH GROCERY COMPANY

and its principal place of business
shall be in the city of Ocala. Marion

county, Florida, and such other places

either within or without the state of

Florida as the board of directors may
from time to time designate and ap

point, and to have and mtaintain other

offices of said company at other places
both within and without the state of

Florida.
Article II.

The general nature of the business
to be transacted by the company shall

be, the carrying on of a general whole

sale and retail grocery and jobbing
business. The company shall also have
the right to deal in all kinds of groc groceries,
eries, groceries, grain, hay, feed, feed stuffs and

also in all articles of merchandise, that

are usually carried by wholesale and
retail merchants and shall also have
the right to engage in the general
market business.
The company shall also have the
right to buy and sell all kinds of pro produce,
duce, produce, canned goods and other articles
of merchandise as the company shall
find from time to time necessary and
proper to be bougnt and sold in the
conduct of its business.
The company shall also have the
right to own, control and operat

boats and other conveyances sucn as
are necessary and proper to be used by
the company in the conduct-of Its bus business.
iness. business. The company shall also have the
right to engage generally, in the real
estate business as a real estate agent
or broker and buy and sell lands and
property on, commission; the company
shall also have the right to deal gen generally
erally generally in stocks, bonds and mortgages,
borrow money, negotiate loans for
others, o.wn stock in other corpora corporations
tions corporations and engage in the farming and
live stock business.
The company shall also have the
right vto carry on such other business
as is incident to the purposes of this
charter and not Inconsistent with the
laws of the state of Florida.

course', the family contested the will,
alleging that the testator was of un unsound
sound unsound mind. The Austrian crowd
learned of my intimacy with him and
of the fact that I had seen him often
toward the end of his life, and I was
called as a witness at the hearing
of the suit to upset the will. I took
the stand and told as fully and as

frankly as I knew how of my relations
with the dead man and of the talks I
had had with him, making it clear that

he was sound in mind if not in body.

and knew what he was doing when he
left his money outside the immediate
family. Incidentally, in talking of my
old friend, I told the whole story of
the loan of years before.
"And would you believe it," Riis al always,
ways, always, finished with a chuckle, "when
those Austriane won their suit and got
possession of that estate, the very first
thing they did was to demand from
me payment of that unrecorded loan?
And, by golly, I paid it, too!"

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

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Was a King's Hiding Place.

Discovery has been made in a vll

lage in Hertfordshire, England, where,
hidden in the old oak roof timber of a
cottage a curious construction resem resembling
bling resembling a beehive was brought to light.
It i3 made of wsps of straw, tied to together
gether together and held in place by split bram brambles
bles brambles and Is In fairly good condition.
Considering its age, It is yet strong
and rigid. This cottage, known as
Double cottage, has always been cred credited,
ited, credited, with a history, as one of the
places where Charles II was hidden

while flying from Cromwell and his j
army after the royalist defeat at Wor-'
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cester. The presence of the immense
straw beehive was unsuspected until
now. One theory prevalent In the vil village
lage village is that the king concealed him himself
self himself in the barrel until danger
had passed, and another that it
was used as a safe place for the
keeping of the royal Jewels. It Is
known as a matter of history that
Charles II actually stayed for a short
time at Mornlngton court, to which

Double cottage Is adjacent. The cot- i

tage must therefore have been famil- j
iar to him. This fact gives some color j J

to the notion that In troubled times

the king might have sought shelter

within Its walls.

Nine Lots
50 1-2x105 feet,
Close in, in Marion
Addition to Ocala,
for the unheard of
price of
, 8400 Casii.
for the entire nine
lots.
If interested inquire
at this Office.

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Only Direct Line from
tJAC IK & O VT LLJE
THROUGH RATES TO ALL POINTS IN NORTHERN STATES
Apply to II. G. WENZEL, Florida Passenger Agent,
122 AVest Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
GAINESVILLE

, lioaru ana jniranct v--j v o
rcar. Write today foi place to pass the day with you, but as
k. MURPHREE, Pre sure j mentlon t one of the girls

ACCURACY

SEOtrxOTY

Marion County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 1882.
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
OCALA FLA.
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First consideration and esp&clal attention given to imali tract.

will suddenly remember that she
wishes to go, too, and I shall not be
permitted to go alone, but will be con convoyed
voyed convoyed out to your house in a taxi in instead
stead instead of simply going on the elevated
as I should like. I've almost given up

visiting my old friends simply because
since my girls began to take care of
me it always means the unnecessary
expense of a taxi and at least one
daughter as an attendant.

"Five o'clock already! Dear me, I
must hurry home. The children will
be worried to death about me. Bless
their hearts, I wonder, what they'll say
when they find I've been absent with without
out without leave." Chicago Daily News.

Article III.
The amount of the capital stock of
this corporation shall be TEX THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND ($10,000) DOLLARS, which shall
be divided Into ONE HUNDRED shares
of the par value of ONE HUNDRED
($100) DOLLARS each, which said
shares of stock shall be paid for In
lawful money of the United States or
by the conveyance of any property, la labor
bor labor or services, at such Just valuation
thereof a3 may be fixed by the board of

directors at any meeting: called for

such purpose.
Article IV.
The term for which this corporation

shall exist shall be NINETY-NJNE

(99) YEARS.
Article V.

The business of this corporation

shall be conducted by a president, vice

orecident. secretary, treasurer ana a

board of directors of not less than
three members nor more than five
members, but the offices of secretary
m J

ana treasurer may De neia oy one anu

the same nerson. all of which saia or

fleers shall be elected at the annual

meeting; of the stockholders to be held
on the second Tuesday In July of each

year. The following; named persons
shall conduct the business of the cor cor-noratlon
noratlon cor-noratlon until the officers elected at

the first annual meeting; shall be duly

qualified:
President, J. L. Smith.
Vice President, Cora Z. Smith.
Secretary ;and Treasurer, L. H. PII

Board of Directors, J. L. Smith, Cora

Z Smith and L. H. Pillans.
Art trie VI.

The hisrhest amount of. Indebtedness

to which this corporation shall at any

tlrriA suhieot itself Shall De 1H11UI

THOUSAND ($30,000) DOLLARS.
Anicie VII.

Tho namps and places of residence

rxt tho cnhsprihprs. together with the

amount of capital stock subscribed for
by cici is
J. L. Smith, Ocala, Florida, 13 shares.

Cora Z. Smith, Ucaia. x ia.. a snare.
t. tt rninns. Ocala. Fla.. 13 shares.

AVITNESS the hands and seals of the
tnnrnnratftrs. this the 24th da" Of

July. A. D 1914. smith geaL)
CORA Z. SMITH, (Seal.)
L. H. PILLANS, (SeaL)

'

First New York Printer.
The first printer In New York and
Philadelphia was William Bradford,
who was born in Leicester, England,
May 20, 1663. He was a Quaker, and
emigrated to America about 16S2. He
set up his press in Philadelphia, and
ra 1687 printed an almanac. He fell
under the displeasure of Philadelphia,
and, after being acquitted of a charge
of seditious libel, he removed to New
York, where in 1693 he became 'the
first nHnter In the American metropo

lis. His first shop was at 81 Pearl
street, but later he removed to- Han-
over square, where In 1725 he Issued j
the first newspaper printed In New j J
York the New York Gazette. Brad-j
ford died In New York in May, 1752, t J

having survived his paper by several
years, and was buried in Trinity
churchyard. His tombstone has been
removed to the rooms of the New
York Historical society, but an exact

copy of the original may be seen by ; J

visitors to old Trinity.

PHONE 503J :
For Good Wood :
BIG Load for 01.
Your Order, will have 1 jt
Immediate Attention; J
j. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop. 5

EVEMTOALIiY j
You'll have I
Cement Sidewalks
Put Down.
'Why, not now? ;
Ornamental Vases

OTICE

Of

Application for Leave to Sell

3IInorTa Uinu
Notice Is hereby given that on the
lKt dar ot September, A. D. 1014
I will apply to Honorable V. E. Smith,
county judge in and for Marion county,
state of Florida, at his office in Ocala,
In said county, for an order authoriz authorizing
ing authorizing me, as guardian of the minor heirs
of the estate of George Drew Hogan,
deceased, t" sell at private sale the
following property belonging to said
estate, to-wit:
South half of section nineteen, west
half of the northeast quarter of sec section
tion section nineteen and the northwest quar quarter
ter quarter of the northeast quarter of section
thirty, all in township fourteen, south
of range twenty-two, east, said lands
situate, lving and being In Marion
county, Florida, and containing four
hundred and forty acres, more or les3.
Said land? belonging to the estate of
the said George Drew Hogan, deceas deceased,
ed, deceased, to be sold for the best Interest of
said minor heirs.
This 27th ay of July, 1314.
BERTHA JL. HOGAN.
7-2S-3t-tues Guardian.

of all kinds
made to order

See, Phone or Write
us I
WOODMAR SAND AND
STONE COMPANY :
Phone 331, N Main St J
OCALA, FLA.

STATE OF FLORIDA.
f-ni-VTV rV MARION.

Trrmallv aoneared before me, the

nnrlprsisrnfd authority. J. L. Smith

-t. 7 smith Ll. H. Pillans. to me

Trait VnAivn to Te the persons describ

o i-n and who executed the foregolnar

articles of incorporation of tlie SMITI

Innnr-PPY POMPAN'V and who ac-

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v.,nn-i0,i rrcA Viffore me. inai iney mu

ed, sealed and delivered the same for
the use3 and purposes therein set forth
and expressed. ,
WITNESS my hand and official seal,
this the 24th day of Jily ADWH.
Notary Public for the State of Florida
at Large.
My commission expires on the .tn
day of January. A. D. 1915. 7-28-tues

REGISTRATION

NOTICE

Advertise In the STAR for results.

Th a registration booK lor Gisxricx

No. 1. (Ocala), will be open on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each
week from the 1st Monday in August
till the second Saturday in October.
1914. In all other districts two days in
each week from the 1st Monday in
September till the second Saturday In
October This registration does not
applv to any person who was a regis registered
tered registered voter prior to Jan. 1st, 1914.
Those who registered this year for the
first time In Marion county, though
they may have voted in the primary
cannot vote In the November election
unless they register again prior to the
second Saturday In October.
7-23-6 wks dly D.-M. BARCO.
Supervisor Registration Marion C

J. E. FRAMPTON
PIANO TUNER

Located in Ocala. Fla., Expert worK
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
distributor
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala,

L. ALEXANDER
.PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.



EIGHT

TIIK OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1014
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OCALA OCCURRENCES f

another good (JAMK

Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Council meets this evening.
Masons meet Thursday night.

Moose meet Thursday evening.

Onion sets for fall planting. Ocala
: Seed 1 Store. 8-18-tf

Flower pots and jardiniers in all
sizes at Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf
Dr. R. T. Weaver and Mr. John
Seiler represented the hustling town
of Oak In the -city today.

Ladies' muslin underwear at act actual
ual actual eost; must (be sold NOW. Klein's
Belling Out Store. 8-12-tf

Mr. J. H. 'Roberts went to Eustis
this afternoon to pay a visit to his
ibrother, Dr. C. M. Roberts.

If you need hardware, give up a
call. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf

Dr. J. H. Dunn visited Zuber this
morning to doctor a sick -mule be belonging
longing belonging to the Sumner Lumber Com-pany.

WEATHEIl FORECAST

Unsettled tonight and Wednesday,
probably local thunder showers.

Mr. John Gamble, for a number of
years one of Dunnellon's merchants,
but for the past two years connected
with several business enterprises in
east coast cities, returned to Ocala
today over the Ocala Northern. :He
says that his experience in various various-portions
portions various-portions of the state have taught
him that for real solid values this
section offers the 'best opportunities
for all Hnes of .business, except pos possibly
sibly possibly the "tourist" trade, which de demands
mands demands a seaside proposition.

Mr. Joseph Bell has returned from
a week's stay with Mr. John H.
Spencer at his beautiful island home
two miles north of the mouth of the
-Withlacoochee river. Messrs. Bell
and Spencer had a most delightful
time, enjoyed some of the finest
fishing ever and had a general god
time. Mr. Spencer's family are
spending the summer on the island,
and all are well and gaining every
week.

Just remember we keep garden,
farm and work shop tools and imple implements.
ments. implements. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf

Nothing finer packed than the
groceries handled by the Smith
Grocery Co. Phone 434. 8-17-3t

Mr. .W. S. Priest, the -Fort McCoy
merchant, is among tthe business
men in the city. today.

Mr. H BPinney, a skilled lightn lightning
ing lightning jerkr r from Gainesville, has tak taken
en taken Mr. Harry Cook's place in the
Western Union office..

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

A. M. Moody of Ocala, represent represented
ed represented the Brick City among the pleas pleasure
ure pleasure seekers in Tampa yesterday. IMr.
-tMobdy stopped at the DeSoto. Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune.

You read of war, war, war, every everywhere
where everywhere ; now for a diversion see the
new fall samples for men's clothing
iat 'Rivers' Haberdashery. 8-15-3t

We're proud of it. Our quick de delivery
livery delivery system insures you getting
your goods when YOU want them.
Smith Grocery Company. 8-17-3t

Have you tried that good 50 cent
candy at Gerig's? This week f jr
35 cents.

The ventilation screens !being
placed in all the store room show
show windows in the Merchants'
block, (besides adding much to their
appearance, make the rooms more
comfortable. "Mr. W. C. Blanchard
has the contract for the work.

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
pound of Cadet Chocolates, th;s
week only. Gerig's Drugstores.

We have several barrels of nice
Florida Syrup, which we will sell out
at 35 cents per gallon, in one gallon
lots or more. Ocala Seed Store. 18-tf

Mr. X C. Luckie expects to soon
leave on a northern trip. He in intends
tends intends to drive one of those superb
Oakland cars, each of which is said
to have a conscience, all the way
thru to Michigan.

For the next thirty days we will

sell stock, poultry and cattle pow

ders and medicines for one-half
urice. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf

Messrs. Charlie 'Fox and Roy

Luckie left this mdrning for Green

Springs, Tamp

for a two wee

V making the trip

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ting. They are

car.

lirrr-GrTCTWilliaims and family

left Sunday for Lafayette, La., where

he is engaged an the building of
JLafayette's magnificent government
!building. Mr. Williaims will be away
tor several months as his work takes
him to all parts of the country.

Dr. W. K. Lane 'Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. (Adv.
The Coast Line track north of the
'Fort King crossing looked for a
while last night like Kaiser Will William's
iam's William's army was going thru en train
to St. Petersburg. First, about 9
o'clock, came No. 39, which had
tbeen held up over six hours at Fes Fes-senden
senden Fes-senden with a big crowd" of excur excursionists
sionists excursionists aboard for St. Petersburg.
Some of them doubtless wished Prof.
Wiley's cooking class iwas on the joh
.before they were able to move. Then
came a freight puller with -a ca ca-boose
boose ca-boose hung on : behind, then engine
228 with a smashed headlight, and
finally 'No. 9, whose engine panted
indignantly at the crossing, waiting
for the other trains to get off her
time. The trouble was caused by a
coal car, which got off the track at

BERLIN
Berlin, Aug. 17. We are having
plenty of rain these days and the
health of the neighborhood was nev never
er never "better.
Mr. and 'Mrs. iH. E. Crumpton of
Ocala were the guests of iRev. Z. A.
CTumpton and family last Sunday.
'Misses Alta and Fae Beck have
returned home after spending a week
very pleasantly with relatives in Pa-

latka.

(Mr; "Charles Rawls and Miss Im-

ogene Stephens of Ocala were visit visitors
ors visitors in Berlin Sunday.

Mr. 'Harry McCully and sister,

Miss Floy McCully, spent last week
at Evinston and Irvine, visiting

friends and relatives.
tMiss Fae iBeck left last Saturday
for Goin Springs, where she will
teach school the coming term."
Mr. Hoy Gates and 'Miss Maude
Davis of Ocala were the guests of
'Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Allen last Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Mr. and Msr. J. M.. Smith and lit

tle son of Wacahoota, are the guests
of Mrs. Smith's parents, "Mr. and !Mrs.
J. L. Beck.
Miss Nell Seckinger left on the
8th to take charge of a school down
near Floral City.
iMr. iE. P. Collins of Irvine was
the week end guest of relatives in
Berlin.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. 'McCully made a
flying visit to Oak last Saturday,
where Mr. McCu,lly vaccinated 75
head of hogs.
Dr. R. D. Ferguson of Fairfield

visited his parents here last week.
There will be a box supper at the
home of iMr. and Mrs. J. W. Allen
next Friday evening, August 21,
given for the (benefit of the iFellow iFellow-ship
ship iFellow-ship 'Baptist church. Everybody is
cordially invited and the young la ladies
dies ladies are expected to bring 'boxes.
Miss' Floy McCully left last Mon Monday
day Monday morning for Pleasant Hill, where
she will open school.
We are glad to report 'Miss Delia
Edwards convalescing after a severe
spell of fever.
Brother G. H. Newton will fill
Brother E. M. Henderson's regular
appointment here next Saturday and
'Sunday. Everyone is invited to at attend.
tend. attend. Madam Rumor reports that the
wedding bells will ring out long and
loud next Sunday at Fellowship. Old
shoes and rice will be in demand.

TlirUSI A V A FT EH NO OX

Manager Hunter informs the Star
that the spry and sturdy -team from
Starke will be here Thursday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, and we may expect a good
game .between it and the Ocala boys.
Starke always has good players, and
the Star recommends the fan3 to
turn out and see the game.

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

FOR SALE Desirable lots In Or Orange
ange Orange Springs at a bargain. For
price, terms, etc., address Mrs. W.
H. Massey, Orange Springs, Flor-
ida. 8-17-6t
FOR SALE Thirty dollar wheel for
ten dollars. Am going away Aug.
19th. 902 Fort King Ave. 8-17-2t
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. 8-12-6t

LOST Pair of gold rimmed glasses
in black case; between 722 West
Washington and Sanchez streets.
Finder please return same to Star
office. 5-14-3t

WANTED Steady tenant for fur furnished
nished furnished room; two .blocks from A.
C. L. passenger depot on Oklawa Oklawa-ha
ha Oklawa-ha avenue; modern conveniences;
rates reasonable. Address Room,
Star office. 8-15-6t

SELLING SOUVEMIt SIIEKLES
(Continued from Page One)

Plan Dig Engineering Feat.
In the Chilean Andes there Is a la3
10,000 feet up In the mountains, which
Is prevented only by a granite wall a
few feet thick from devastating the
valley below. In order to avert the
disaster engineers are draining the

Fessenden, and tried to burrow thru j water by a tunnel and expect to sup sup-to
to sup-to China. It took the road crew ply electrical current and light to all
-and two train crews six hours to the valley cfties through the -vater
clear the track. j vover which will be developed.

are being made to send out the coins
to the various bankers of the state.
The young ladies will be supplied
from these banks and will make
their reports thru the bank officials.
The first order for these dollars
was If or 20,000. The commission
believes that a second and possibly
a third order of like size will have
to be made.
The coin is a beautiful pocket pocket-piece
piece pocket-piece and 'will .be a fitting souvenir
of Florida's part in the exposition.
It is just the size of a silver dollar
and has a silver finish. On one side it
bears the seal of the state of Florida
and on the other is shown the wing winged
ed winged figure of Victory standing in the
prow of a boat sailing triumphantly
thru the Panama canal.
Those who have seen the sample
coins declare that they are among
the imost (beautiful ordered by 'the
state for this purpose. South Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and Montana
are among the states 'now selling

souvenir dollars to raise exposition j
funds. Montana was the first to try1
this scheme. The commission, of
that state has succeeded in disposing
of over thirty thousand of these
coins. Alabama sold ten thousand
souvenirs the first day and has ibeen
doing good work ever since. The
Georgia state commission expects, to

realize about twenty-five thousand

dollars on the sale of these coins.
The Florida state commission be believes
lieves believes that with the added feature
of the contest in which a large num number
ber number of Florida's young ladies will
take part that this state will be the
banner state in handling the sou souvenir
venir souvenir coins. However, in all of the
other states large sums have already
been realized and in every instance
it is believed that many more coins
will be sold. With the interest which
the contest will awaken, Florida
should lead all the states in this plan
ifor raising exposition funds.
Chance for Grannie.
A little English boy wrote to hit
grandmother from his boardine school.

In time for her birthday. The letter

ran thus: "Dear Grannie: I want to
send you a birthday present, but I
haven't any money. So if you will
send me the money you always give
me for Christmas now, I'll buy' you
something nice with It. I'm thinking
of a pair of pistols a boy here will sell
cheap or a gramophone that another
boy has. I could use them until I come
home."
Praise.
Eplctetus, the philosopher, was
lame. When he was a young man
his master had twisted his leg until
it broke. Eplctetus writes: Mio mn

' think that because my soul happens

10 nave one mtie lame leg that I am
to find fault with God's universe?
Ought we not when we dig, when we
plow, and when we eat. to sinj? thia

hymn to God, because he has given

us tnese implements whereby we may
till the soil? . What else can I
do, who am a lame old man, except
sing praises to God?"

Literature.
Literature would pay better If there
were not so many dead men In the
Business. George Randolph Chester.

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COTTON PLANT

Cotton Plant, (Aug 15. Ir. F. 'M.

aiorris returned last Thursday from

a t-yo week's visit in South Florida.
Messrs. Woodward and Parker
made business trips to Ocala last
week.
Mrs. L. C. Bell spent several days
here with relatives last week.
(Mr. tA. S. "Harroun left last Friday
for Daytona Beach to visit his
grandparents.
Mrs. W. E. Veal and children re returned
turned returned Saturday from a very -pleasant
stay of two weeks with Mrs. 'M.
L. -Reynolds, in Ocala.
Mrs. A. W. Long and Mrs. W. J.
Seckinger, of Martel, spent Tuesday
witlwMrs. W. 'E. Veal, and iMlss 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
again.
Miss Carrie '.Barco left Wednesday
afternoon for Ocala, where she will
spend the balance of the week as the
guest of her cousin, Mrs. 31. L. Rey Rey-nolds.
nolds. Rey-nolds. airs. W. R. O. Veal and grand granddaughter,
daughter, granddaughter, of Martel, were guests of
iMrs. 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.
T. J. Burgess, of Blitchton, Sunday.

Mr. F. M. Morrisand 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.

BURBA NK

BLITCHTON

Burbank, Aug. 13 Plenty of rain
at present and mosquitoes, too.
IMr. Don X. MacKay is in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville on business.
Mr. W. E. Bogue spent a few days
in Palatka this week transacting
business.
air. iM. D. L. Graham took a
pleasure trip down to St. Petersburg
and Tampa this week.

Mr. H. E. Graham spent Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday in Ocala.
air. George H. Dyke waa In Ocala
Friday.

Mrs. W. W. Worst has been on
the sick list but is now able to be
out again.
iMr. Getres3 was in Ocala Monday.
Mr. Joe MilicI left for his home
In New York this week, to attend
his -sister's wedding. Joe expects to
return in a couple of months.
3IIss Cecile M. Bogue Is spending
a few days in Palatka the guest of
friends.
iMr. Lansing and son accompanied

Lby a friend are inspecting land

around Burbank. While here they

were the guest of IMr. R. M. Overend.
'Mr. W. W. .Roling came up from

Crystal. "River Wednesday for a week

or ten days.

Blitchton; -Aug. 14.-iMIsses Min Minnie
nie Minnie Lee and Fannie Carlisle of Ocala
are guests cf (Mr. and Mrs. B. R.
Blitch and family.
Miss Lena Burgess is home after
spending 'several -weeks at Lake But Butler.
ler. Butler. Mr. W. P. Hammons Is on the sick
list.,,., ....
3Ir si B. C. Blitch visited Pleasant
Hill ThuraSay.
Mr. J. ?sy. Coulter and daughter,
Lydia, spent Wednesday in Ocala.
MrT P. VC. O'Haver of Palatka is
spending several days here.
Mr. IV W.f J'eterson of Morriston
called Thursday.

Oood Mothers In Japan.
Mrs. R. P."Alexander, delegate t
the National Congress of Mother!
from Japan, told at the congress of
the beautiful home life of the Japa Japanese.
nese. Japanese. The mother's Influence Is al al-ways
ways al-ways direct and personal and children
are never punished. The mother never
8 peaks to the cfcil in anything but a
pleasant voice, even when reproving
it. "The mother of Japan is one of
the real mothers of the world," she
said. The mother, and the father as
well, thinks that nothing is too good
for the children and mothers' clubs
are regarded as very important

Council meets tomorrow evening. I patriotic." Century.

Wise Johnny Smith.
"Mother, you know the way me and
Johnny Smith play I'm Indians an
he's soldiers?" -Yes, dear; what of

I every time we play, be says I wen't
I natriotlc Ontnrv.