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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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VOL. 21.

OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1914

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CONFLICTING

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CAPTURED

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MADE GAINS Ifl BELGIUM III LAST

FOOfilS

GERMANS HAVE

TWENTY

London, Aug. 19. A dispatch re re-ived
ived re-ived here from Antwerp reports
at the Germans have captured

irussels after a fierce all night bat-

Though the report is generally
edited it has not been officially
nftrmed.
ALL. ALONG THE LINK
A 'Brussels dispatch received at

j 30 last night said: "The Germans

five commenced a forward move-

ent over the whole length of the
ittlfi linp. .Tt is stated the move-

lent Is made by direct orders of the.

dser."
An hour later a Brussels dispatch,
id that a desperate battle was
ging all along an extensive front.

fcfugees are pouring in from Tirle-

ont and Diest.
AMMERING AT HEADQUARTERS
The Germans heavily "bonVbarding

jouvain, the .Belgian army head-

larters.
ITS TIME THEY" WERE UP
It is believed that the British are

fending heavy reinforcements into

felgiuin and France.

REPULSED AT NAMUR
.Germans attempted to storm the
amur fortifications but lost heav-

y in the engagement.

SELGIAN LEGATION DENIES IT

A NAY HAVE

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GERMANY MAKES A PROPOSI PROPOSITION
TION PROPOSITION TILVT MAY SIDETRACK
JAPAN
Pekin, Aug. 19. It is reported
that- the German minister has ap ap-preached
preached ap-preached the president of China with
a proposal to surrender Kiao Chau
and Tsing Tad to the Chinese gov gov-ernment.
ernment. gov-ernment. Officialdom refuses to con confirm
firm confirm or deny the report. If true this
removes the 'basis of Japan's de-

mnnsnnnn (iermanv.

London, Aug. 19. The Belgian
gation denies the report of the fall

if Brussels. A heavy ibattle is rag-

hg just east of Brussels. Declare

ie forts at Liege remain intact.
PUSHED ON BEYOND NAMUR
Berlin. Aug. 19. The war office

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tadily advancing beyond Xamur,
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distance.

CONCENTRATING AT ANTWERP
Paris, Aug. '19. It is rumored at

toe war office here that the Belgians

re retiring from Louvaine and

Brussels and concentrating at Ant

werp.
TS A AVONDER THEY LEFT ANY

PRESSING IIITO
GERMAN POLAND

RUSSIAN SOLDIERS ARE ACCUS ACCUSED
ED ACCUSED OP 'committing MANY
RAVAGES
St, Petersburg, Aug. .19. A Rus Russian
sian Russian army of 70,000 invaded the
Austrian -provinces of Bukovana and
Galicia today, marching on toward
Czernowitz.
KAISER MAKES A KICK
London, Aug. 19. A wireless dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Berlin says that Germany
has protested and warned the (Rus (Russian
sian (Russian armies against burning and
plundering Eastern -Prussia.

KAISER'S MEN HAVE
BACK

A COME-

Amsterdam, Aug. 19. An official
dispatch .from jBerlin says the Ger Germans
mans Germans have occupied the town of
Mlwara, in .Russian Poland.

languinary Repulse of Austrians

Reported by the Serbs
'Nish, Aug. 19. The Servians an an-ounce
ounce an-ounce the retreat of all Austrians

hi Servia.

The Austrians lost 3000 killed
nd 5000 wounded in the battle of

Ihabatz.

FRENCH STEADILY
MOVE FORWARD

Looks Like They are Making Good
Progress in Lorraine
Paris, Aug. 19. The occupation
of Saarburg and Pfalsburg by French
troops was announced today. The
Germans fell back toward Zabaren.

We now have new crop rye seed
for sale. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf

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FIVE HUNDRED MERCHANT VESSELS

CAPTURED By WARSHIPS OF THE
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London, Aug. 19. Five hundred

German merchant ships, valued, with
their cargoes, at $300,000,000, have

been captured by British, (Russian j

and French warships, according to
an estimate made today.
The millions of pounds of food
captured with these ships will toe
used to feed the allied armies. Some
of the larger ships will 'be converted
into cruisers, and others will be used
as transports.

IF CONGRESS AGREES

SHIPS WILL RE PURCHASED AND
OPERATED IN COOPERA COOPERA-ATION
ATION COOPERA-ATION WITH THE
GOVERNMENT
(Washington, Aug. 19. The Unit United
ed United States government will soon pur purchase
chase purchase a number of ships and operate
them through cooperation controlled
by the government. This is accord according
ing according to an agreement at a conference
held at the White 'House today be between
tween between the president and a commit committee
tee committee composed of Senators Clark and
Simmons, Congressmen Underwood
and Alexander and Secretaries Mc Mc-Adoo
Adoo Mc-Adoo and Tumulty.

LL LUCK OF AUSTRIA

IN SUNDAY'S RATTLE CONFIRM CONFIRMED,
ED, CONFIRMED, AND TODAY ADDED TO
Paris, Aug. 19. The Austrian
cruiser Zenta was sunk toy a French
-warship off Antivari Sunday." Two
hundred of the her crew were "drown "drowned.
ed. "drowned. A French torpedo boat captured

the Austrian steamship Dinorah
with a cargo of wheat oft the island
of Guernsey, today.
CAPTURED ANOTHER VALUABLE
CARGO
Marseilles, Aug. .19. The Aus Austrian
trian Austrian ship Emilia, with a cargo of
sugar and coffee, w;as captured off
the north coast of Aprica today (by a
French gunboat.

BEST SOLDIERS OF THE EMPIRE TO A

FRANCE AND

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WELLINGTON'S ARMY WOULD BE SMALL BESIDE THE FORCE
THAT HAS CROSSED THE CHAKHEL THE
LAST WEEK

London, Aug. 19. The war infor information
mation information ibureau announces that the

expeditionary forces have
safely in France and Bel-

IN A LAST EFFORT

To Suing Italy Into .Line, German
Diplomats Go to Rome
fParis.TA'Ug. 19. In a final effort
to swing Italy into line with the al allies
lies allies Germany has sent a military dip diplomatic
lomatic diplomatic mission to iRome. Travel Traveling
ing Traveling 4n automobiles, it reached Tren-

tino today.

SUMMARY OF TODAY'S

DISPATCHES

Reported that Germany has offered to give Kiao Chau to China,
which if accepted would remove Japan's pretext for making war
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Reports this afternoom indicate that Brussels has been captured.
British forces, 120,000 to 150,000 men, safe across the Channel, in
France or Belgium. J
In last attempt to persuade Italy to join, Kaiser has sent a military
delegation to Rome.
Report confirmed that French warship sunk Austrian cruiser Zenta
off Antivari Sunday. 200 Austrians drowned.
Servians claim all Austrians drven out of their country. Servians
own up to loss of 3000 killed and 5000 wounded at battle of Shabatz
President Wilson has nominated Attorney General McReynoIds to
place on Supreme Bench made vacant by death of Justice. Lurton. As Assistant
sistant Assistant Attorney General to take McReynoId's place in cabinet.
Conflicting reports from Rrussels this morning. First that city was
captured after an all night battle with Germans. Second report said
great battle raging east of Brussels, but city not taken. Also, that forts
at Liege are holding out.
Allies claim that 300 German merchant ships with cargoes valued
at $300,000,000 have been captured by allied cruisers since war begun.
French claim they have occupied Saarburg and Pfaalsburg in Baden.
Reported Germans stormed Xamur fortifications. Repulsed with
heavy loss.

Both Turkey and Bulgaria have promised Britain to remain neutral.

British
landed

gium. ?
Everybody in 'England -has known
for two weeks that a large army had
been assembled at different .bases,
one of the largest contingents em embarking
barking embarking at Dublin. Many other reg regiments
iments regiments sailed from Liverpool w'hile
still others took ship at East Bourne,
Southampton and other iports along
the fEnglish channel.
- The transportation of soldiers
lasted several days and during that
time not a mention of the expedi expedition
tion expedition was permitted to the newspa newspapers.
pers. newspapers. Even now the strength of the
expedition, the names of the regi regiments
ments regiments composing the contingents,
and the ports where they landed are
not allowed to -be imade public.
It is known, however, that.. a, large
proportion of the ibest troops of the
British army are on the continent.
IS NOT 3IUCH EXCITED
London displayed little excitement

when it 'became known British troops
were in France. There were no
crowds around the bulletins arid no
rush for the newspapers. There was
a stolid, repressed, earnest crowd in
parks where r'escruits drill and at
the barracks where trained soldiers
go through evolutions.
The general routine is little dis disturbed,
turbed, disturbed, except for the unceasing
movement through the streets of
troops, ammunition trains and hos hos-pital
pital hos-pital corps.
Attendance at music halls and the-

aters shows no dimunition and many
Americans spend afternoons or eve evenings
nings evenings at the playhouses. "Brittania
Rules the Waves," the "Marsellaise"
and the Russian national anthem are
played by orchestras, the audiences
standing.
As one Highlander regiment went
through the Strand, its band played
Marching Through Georgia.'

MUCH

HONOR

FOR II1Y10LDS
PRESIDENT HAS NOMINATED
HIM TO TAKE LURTON'S
VACANT PLACE
Washington, Aug. 19. Attorney
General McReynoIds was nominated
to the supreme court -bench today by
President Wilson.
Assistant Attorney General Greg Gregory
ory Gregory was nominated to succeed. Mr.
MQgejfiioIds.

By THE 'WAR

DEATH OF POPE PIUS MAY BE
EXPECTED ANY DAY
London, Aug. 19, 8:30 p. in. A
later -bulletin from Aome states. the
pope is still alive.
Rome, Aug. 19. The pope today
addressed an exhortation to all the

Catholic clergy of the world urging
them to pray for the peace of Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. The 'pontiff suffered a sinking
spell last night, tbut wa3 slightly im improved
proved improved today. Alarming reports of
the pope's condition have been cir circulated,
culated, circulated, but denied.

ILL LUCK FOR RUSSIA
REPORTED AT ODESSA

ITS

ABOUT TIME FOR
HIM TO COME IN

Mexico City, Aug. 19 Zapata has
offered to surrender to Carranza if
his followers are granted amnesty.
Negotiations to this end are tinder
way.
Carranza has repudiated Carba Carba-jal's
jal's Carba-jal's paper money.
WISE IF SHE KEEPS HER WORD

St. Petersburg, Aug fo. It is re reported
ported reported that fire is sweeping the gov government
ernment government docks at Odessa. The re report
port report that a Russian warship struck
a mine and sunk is unconfirmed.

OTTOMANS SAY
THEY WILL STAY OUT

London, Aug. 19. The Turkish
ambassador assured the British for foreign
eign foreign office. today that Turkey will re remain
main remain neutral.

London, Aug. 19. Great Britain
was notified today by Bulgaria that
she would maintain the strictest
neutrality.

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

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

is r H -n H T f i rsii rY -i rsn rj n I I

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

HOUSE AND LOT

GIVEN AS A PREMIUM for the purchase of 50 LOTS at $100.00 EACH.
Terms to suit EVERYBODY. 5 PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR CASH. Sale
now on see B. H. SEYMOUR, or C. L. ANDERSON.

All we ask is a due con consideration
sideration consideration of our prop proposition
osition proposition and a look at
the-property.
Buying is up to you.

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TWO

THE OCALA EVENIXG STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1914

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

Russian portion, in which is located

the ancient capital, -Warsaw, has

been

IHTTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
U, Carroll, General Manager Prt V. Lcavon-ood, Rusiuess .Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor

the worst treated i: has also
the most unruly. German

Poland belongs to
Prussia, the leading

of

the kingdom

state of the em

pire, and it has been not much less

i severe on
isians, not

the Rus Rus-s
s Rus-s up press

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the Poles than
only trying to

j their language, but whenever possi possi-j
j possi-j ble evicting the people from their
homes and replacing them with Ger Germans.
mans. Germans. So German Poland has prob prob-j
j prob-j ably less to hope for than that part
!that belongs to Russia, and is not

! giving the empire any more support

than it has to. Austrian Poland, or
Galicia, has been the best treated of
the three divisions that is, it has
h-een let alone more; consequently,
it is the most contented and has
given the least trouble.

CARD OF THANKS
FROM MR. AND MRS. CARN

The first war vessel to use the
Panama canal was a Peruvian tor torpedo
pedo torpedo boat destroyer, which passed
thru Tuesday.

One good thing about drinking
mineral -water is that it fills the
drinker up so full he has no room
to drink anything else.

It is announced from Washington
that Attorney General McReynolds
.will "be appointed to the place on the
supreme bench made vacant by the
death of Justice Lurton.

. There are some things we can un understand
derstand understand tout just why Japan should
have butted into the war is not one
of them. Times-Union.
.There are some things the Star
can't understand, and why the
Times-Union can't understand why
Japan has ibutted in is one of them.

Happy is the city with a commis commission
sion commission form of government that has
able and upright (men for commis commissioners
sioners commissioners (but one with the other kind
of men would ibe in the (middle of a
bad fix. Times-Union.
Which is the multum in parvoest
wisdom in regard to commission
government that we remember see seeing.
ing. seeing. .

"The 'Star's editorial table is stack stack-ed
ed stack-ed up with news and matters of first
interest to the people of Ocala and
Marion county. More than one lino linotype
type linotype can set, and more than the
chases will hold. People who hare
little schemes to exploit will please
send along the coin of the realm.
Space fillers and time copy are not
. needed in this 'printing shack.

.Tuesday was Good Koads iay

in 'Missouri, and loO.OOO volunteers
helped ""dig 'Missouri out of "the

"led in the work. Let not war news
cause our people to forget good road
rdays iand other useful things. If
Governor Trammell will pick out a
couple of 'briglit, cool days next win winter,
ter, winter, to help dig Florida out of the
sand, the Star is sure he will re receive
ceive receive enthusiastic 'response.
( "- : : :
'Antwerp is called the Liverpool
of tBelgium. It is on the "River
Scheldt, in easy reach of the sea,
and has commerce with the whole
world. Relying oh the plighted word
ol Great Britain, France and Ger Germany,
many, Germany, it has not (been very strongly
fortified. The Germans would prob probably
ably probably sacrifice a hundred thousand
tmen to take it, and if the allies are
-on to their joto they will make it cost
?hem more.

of the Philippines. The second is to
prepare to join hands with Great
Britain in a war against the entire
Mongolian race.

RELIEVES GERMANY

WILL I5E R EAT EN

A special from Washington to the
Jacksonville Metropolis says:
Forced to leave his trunks in Paris
and glad to get away from that war
stricken country with only such of
his possessions as he could carry in
his hands, Senator Fletcher, of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, arrived here at 9 o'clock this
morning, having come on the New
Amsterdam from Plymouth, (England.
'Mrs. Fletcher was unable to come,
but before leaving Senator Fletcher
saw that passage was booked for her
on the Adriatic, which is due to sail
August 20th.
(Senator Fletcher is none the worse
for being marooned in a country that
is in the fierce I ever of war.
'He says no Americans in Europe
are suffering, though some are run running
ning running short of money, due to difficul difficulty
ty difficulty of converting traveler's checks into
cash.
-He said that outside of Germany
the opinion is universal in Europe
that the Kaiser had the power of
peace or war and that he chose to
strike at a time when he thought the
other countries the least prepared.
The senator said that the United
States should lose no time in send sending
ing sending transports to get the Americans
out of Europe, particularly France
and Germany, where citizens of the
United States do not understand the
language spoken.
Asked what in his opinion will ibe
the outcome of the European war, he
said: 'In' my opinion, there can be
but one outcome. Germany will fbe
completely crushed. I don't see any
hope for Germany at all in this con conflict,
flict, conflict, and when the war is over I ibe ibe-lieve
lieve ibe-lieve the map of Europe will be com completely
pletely completely changed.

Belgium has a right to the sym sympathy
pathy sympathy of the world. A peaceful and
industrious 'people, asking nothing:
hut to ibe let alone, they have been
wantonly invaded, in defiance of
sworn obligations, and are being ex exposed
posed exposed to the worst hardships of the
war. The invasion of Belgium by

Germany is an indefensible crime,.

and for it alone that power deserves
defeat.

FIGURING ON A FLORIDA FILM

Reddick. Fla., Aug: IS, 1014.
Editor Star: AVe want to ask space
in the columns of the Star to thank
all the people of Reddick for their
thoughtfulness and goodness to us
when cur home and furniture burn burned
ed burned on July 2 7th. Every o' J y around
us did all they could for us; grave
us every assistance we needed until
we" started housekeeping again, as assistance
sistance assistance which we nee Jed at the
time, and which we highly appre appreciate
ciate appreciate and truly thank every one who
helped us or offered us help.
Respectfully.
C. Ztl. Cam, Mrs. C. M. Carn and all
' tha children.

we

SUMMER F I E LI)
APPRECIATES THE STAR

The Lakeland Telegram explains
some of the plans of the commis commissioners
sioners commissioners for a Florida exhibit at the
Panama-Pacific exposition to raise
money as follows:
There has been a lack of definite
information among the people of
Florida as to how the commissioners
hoped to raise the large amount of
money necessary to construct a
creditable Florida building at the
San Francisco exposition and fill it
with an exhibit that would fairly
represent the resources of the state.
The Telegram has reecived a com communication
munication communication from the commissioners
in which they tell how they propose
to raise the money and we give be below
low below that part of the letter bearing
upon this point:
"As to the question of finances we
can announce at this time that a
contract has been signed with the
Bon Ray Film Co. for the making of
several thousand feet of film. It is
expected that some $25,000 will be
realized under this contract. The
Florida dollar is just about ready
for sale, and another $25,000 will
come from this source. A booklet of
Florida is !being prepared which will
contain no advertising. In the hack
of the (booklet there will be a gazet gazet-ter
ter gazet-ter of Florida (business men. The
commission expects to realize $50, $50,-000
000 $50,-000 from this book. This -will total
$100,000. The remainder of the
fund will be taken care of, in a great
measure, iby the men who have
promised moral and financial sup support."

Congressman Frank Clark, who
went to points in South Florida a
few days on business, reached his
home here Sunday afternoon, and is
"being heartily greeted by his host of
friends. Congressman Clark will
probably leave this afternoon for
Washington to Tesume his duties.
. i rural free delivery carriers

are lauding 'Mr. Clark for his assist assistance
ance assistance in securing the passage of a
bill which will make their monthly
: salary $100. Gainesville Sun.
The Star is glad to see .Mr. Clark
helping out the little fellows.
The German cruiser Leipzig left
San Francisco Tuesday for Samoa.
At the same time the Japanese
cruiser Idzumo, which has '.been in
Mexican waters for the last last few
months, left San Diego for the same
destination. The French cruiser
Montcalm is cruising off Frisco,

Tropins to catch the Leipzig. The

Star will express no wishes as be

tween the Frenchman and the Ger German,
man, German, but if the latter meets the

Jap, it sincerely hopes the white
-xew and their ship will have the

est of it.

There has heen in the past much

indifference on the part of consum consumers
ers consumers with respect to the cleanliness of

milk; too many of them desire to
buy milk at a low price and do not
give any consideration to quality.

Dirty milk may prove expensive as
a gift, while clean milk (may be eco economical
nomical economical even at a high price; the
cheapest article is often the most
expensive. A higher price for clean
milk may be cheap insurance against
some form of sickness.

Target practice hy the coast artil artillery
lery artillery at Fort 'Hancock one night this
week demonstrated that 'New York
harbor is well 'protected .from hattle hattle-ship
ship hattle-ship invasion. Out of twelve shots
with !1 2-inch mortar guns fired at an
illuminated target four miles away
and 'moving at the rate of eight

miles an hour the artillerymen made

ten hits. This, army and navy oflc oflc-ers
ers oflc-ers declared, was a record which
they doubted had ever heen equalled
anywhere.

Seed Us Your
Orders For:

lAmericans won't take much stock

in the reports of outrages iby Ger

man soldiers on French and Bel Belgians.
gians. Belgians. War is a dreadful thing at its

best, and soldiers in a hostile coun country
try country can't be expected to act like

gentlemen paying a visit of courtesy.
Germans are among the most kind-

hearted of people, and it isn't likely
that their soldiers are 'behaving any

worse than the soldiers of any other

nation would do.

There is not the slightest reason

for the United States to interfere be between
tween between Japan and Germany. It is
not in the least likely that Germany

would help us against Japan, and it

is our long suit to' stand back and

Jet Germany make as many dents in

Japan as possible. In the meantime

the United States may as well make

ready to do one of two things. The
first, and most sensible, is to get out

According to the .best information

obtainable, the British have landed

120,000 men in France or -Belgium.

Just where they landed it isn't possi

ble to say. They are evidently not

at Brussels.

I Beams
Channels,
Angles and
All Shapes.
Boiler Plate
Tank Steel,
Galvanized,
Copper and
Zinc Sheets.
Truss Rods,
Stay Bolts
Structural
Iron AVork
Of All Kind.
All Hard Woods.
Launches,
.Dories and
Skiffs
Built to
Order.
Boilers and
Tanks Built
To Order.
Pumps for all
Purposes.

f
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J. A. Pride of the Seaboard Air

Line wants Florida to can tomatoes,

to supply European armies. Its all
right to can the tomatoes we can
use them at home. 'Europe, how however,,
ever,, however,, will -be lucky if it is able to
supply its armies with sowhosom and
hard tack.

The woes of Poland have been
told in song and story for the last

hundred years, but all the calamity
has been iblamed in this country on
the Russians. Poland, however, was

divided, up between Russia, Prussia
and Austria. From all reports, the

Competent Force
For Road Work at all
Times.
Merrill-Stevens
Company
Marine Construction and
Repair Shops.
Jacksonville, Fla.

Editor Star: I want to thank

you in behalf of the people of Sum-

merfield for the courtesy you are

showing us in sending the war bul

letins every day. With kindest per-

sonal regards, I am

Very truly yours,
X. X. Mayo, Postmaster.
LIKE WEIR W. C. T. U.

OCALA HOUSE NOW OPE!
TN WING to the great demand for rooms,

y y 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- I.nng-" Manager

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The Lake Weir Union met Friday

afternoon, August 14th.

The meeting opened with the song
"Our Country's Going Dry."
The president read the 130th
Psalm and the Lord's Prayer was
repeated hy all.
The roll call was answered hy

nine members after which the min

utes of July 2nd, 16th, 30th and Au

gust 3rd were read and approved.
Report of Mrs. SIgmon in regard
to the anti-cigarette law -was given.

Reports of convention were given

by Miss Grace Snook and Mrs. Reed.

Mrs. Rast read a paper entitled,

"How to Get Members to Work,"

written :by Miss 'Harriett Simpson,

which was read at the Dunnellon

convention.

A vote of thanks was given Miss

Simpson for her excellent paper.

Mrs. Rast' took charge of the

meeting, the subject being "Is tem

perance properly taught in the pub

lic schools."
Adjourned to meet Aug. 27 th.
Minnie D. Albertson, Press Supt.

Is Youmr Ecemruaim AMgMI

We mean are you getting the serrlce 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 anything wron
in our relations we want to know it NOW. so we can do our part i

!3tralghtening it out before the rush days come.

Ocala lice & PacMnngj Co.

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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.
W. .M. MARSH

PHONE 108

CQTTOX PLANT

CITY MARKET

Cotton Plant, Aug. 18. We are

SUMMER EXCURSION RATES

nomr having daily rains, -which will

mate the gardens grow. Some of

the farmers have their seed

others are preparing their garden

"Ha'rd times will soon 'foe a thing
of the past with us.
Mr. and Mrs. M. 1. Reynolds
motored out Irom Ocala Sunday and

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visit of a few days In

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had -been on a

Ocala with !Mrs. -Reynolds.

Messrs. Will -and Charles Veal

and Frank Morris made a (business
trip to Ocala Saturday afternoon.

motoring over In the former's car.

Drs. Veal and Pancher of Martel,

were callers at Mrs. C R Veal's

Sunday morning. Master Willie Veal

is rapidly recovering from his severe

burns, received several months ago.

Mr. D. M. Barco returned to Ocala

Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.

Reynolds.

Mr. Frank Morris and Miss Car

rie Barco spent Sunday afternoon at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. Home,

at York.

Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Nell and their
niece, Mrs. McQueen, of Berlin, at

tended Sunday school here Sunday.

We were sorry that they were disap

pointed in the preaching services,
hut was glad to have them with us,

and hope they will come again.

On account of a revival meeting,
which Is to begin here next Sunday,
our regular services for last Sunday

were -oostnoned. Services will be

held next Sunday, at which time
further announcements, as 'to the

services during the week, tvIH be

announced. We invite all -who are
interested in this great work to at

tend. Bring your friends and neigh

bors. All are cordially welcomed.

Miss Mamie Parker spent Monday

with IMiss Carrie Barco.

iMiss Margaret Bell, of Croom, is
expected this week to be in attend-

ance at tne revival meeung iu ue

held next week.

Mrs. Frost of Ocala, is visiting

her daughter, Mrs. Saunders.

Miss Yvonne Seckinger, of -IMartel,

returned home last week, after sev

eral days spent very pleasantly with

Misses Rachael and Aleen Veal. She
was accompanied home by Miss Aleen

who spent several days with her..

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$39.05 Philadelphia, Pa.
$41.80 St. Louis, Mo.
$03.55 San Francisco, Cal.

TICKETS SOLD DAILY. FINAL LIMIT OCT. 31.
STOP OVERS ALLOWED

For information and reservations call on A. C. L. Ticket Agent, or

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At KLEIN'S you can buy towels,
bedspreads and all kinds of table

linen at real sacrifice prices. 8-17-tf

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THREE

KLAVAHA RIVER ITEMS

3Ioveiiient of River Ysis
On Board the Sharpshooter, Silver
rings, Aug. 18. The Louie War-
n, (Mason, left the Blue Roads for
fmnor.
The Princess Irene, V. Mason, left
nnor for the Blue Roads.
The Sharpshooter, -Mills, arrived
bm Palatka.
The Merry -Widow, Proctor, from
ireka to Orange Creek.
The Clarie, Savage, at Durst, the
klawaha river station of Arden.
The Santa Maria, Dodson, arrived
Los Kiss.
The yacht lEttawah, from Palatka
Welaka, returned to Palatka.
The yacht City of Ocala, Mathews,
eared for Delks' Bluff Sunday, and
it into these springs of blue in the
te afternoon.
The Sharpshooter arrived today
om Grahamville; to Douglas on the
mal, with freight.
The mail boat Harry Lee, Hubert
iscock, glides off the ways in Pa Pa-tka
tka Pa-tka this week; will resume her
in. rellevlnsr th Kini? Fisher
The Clyde Line Osceola is on the
ays in Jacksonville, and the Citv
Jacksonville has the Osceola's
in.
The new glass bottom boat has
ben launched and nut in commis-
on.
2iiQ pleasure launch Irvin D. is
!eiag overhauled.
The pleasure launch Ironclad, At At-iVer,
iVer, At-iVer, left Dunn's Creek for Mc-
eod.
The pull 'boat .No. 4, McLead, is
ear Brobery.
The dispatch launch Katydid, from
fidian Bluff to Davenport.
The Queen Bee to Ocala overland.
Bow Lines
The Silver Springs is sixty per
ent. done.
Working with Constructor Frank
p. Mathews on the Silver Springs
re, Constructor George Backus, of
"ort Pierce, Captain Carl Mason and
lawkins Crowell.
The two launches which J. W.
andall and Lonnie iRandall are con
ducting at the Conn Ship Yard have
heir keels -laid and as the Mulberry
ibs have already been sawed the
oys expect to "eat right in the ves ves-els,"
els," ves-els," that is, I mean they expect to
Inish the iboats, before many setting
un.
John Stafford has reclaimed the
Id hull of the Stafford from the
nud, and over this model he will
orm a new vessel.
The most common pile or strand -of
noney I ever did see was a floating
raft of pine. A raft of pine "sticks,"
ay ten sections, is all the way from
j?250 to $800 worth.
!A raft of, say ten sections or
nore, is quite an attraction, and it
Stoats, down stream as noiseless as
in electric current. Then, too, when
t gets all-balled-np, messing around
i short turn, it-is the most common
thing on the top-side, and a giant
f Herculeian strength; though still
ks strong as the current over throws
fthis raft, a river boy may handle it
and put it on the serpentine course
again. On an average, five rafts
move down the Oklawaha river and
out of its mouth every week in the
yar.
-The Oklawaha river proper is 100
liles long. From -Welaka to Palat-
k on the wide St. Johns is 21 miles.
The Little Oklawaha river extends
from Lake Apopka to Silver river, ;n
miles about 100.
The Oklawaha lliver Tour
The Oklawaha; river tour, inaugu inaugurated
rated inaugurated in 18 60 by the Oklawaha and
St. Johns lliver Navigation Company,
the Hart Line, operating the Hiawa Hiawatha,
tha, Hiawatha, the Okeehumkee, the Jolly Boy,
the Astatula, the Osceola, and other
vessels, in the season of 1915, which
opens on the 6th of January, will be
more popular than ever.
The olden time company, the Hart
Line, wil operate four vessels out
of the "Gem City," Palatka, to Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs and a dispatch boat from
Connor, the famous (Randall orange
grove and rose garden, visited by the
Hart Line tourists, enroute, to Silver
Springs.
The two big steamers Okeehum Okeehumkee
kee Okeehumkee and Hiawatha, the historic Okee Okeehumkee
humkee Okeehumkee and the dreamy and pala palatial
tial palatial Hiawatha, both in their peculiar
nlendor. a dreamy film of romance
jA weirdness ever around them, and
he torch lighted glow o msms
V there e'er they go, steams on and
r .... t
after January tne txn, xo.
On and after the same date, 6th of
January, the Hart Line will inaug inaugurates
urates inaugurates daylight service for the Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha river tour.
The company has already purchas purchased
ed purchased one of the two yachts and, I un understand
derstand understand through river pilots, thai,
this vessel has cleared from Boston
for Palatka, via Jacksonville. The
other yacht, I learn through very re reliable
liable reliable source from a stockholder of
(the company is to he purchased in

time to open the season. So, the
Hart Line shall operate the coming
season, each way every day, except
Sunday, a daylight yacht and eaqh
way every day a steamer, except on
Sunday these vessels, their names
Hiawatha, Okeehumkee, the steam steamers;
ers; steamers; and the two daylight yachts, of
which, now, I know not, their names.
The company also expects to inaug inaugurate
urate inaugurate a new service on the tour, or
on the most important end of the
tour a dispatch boat service, some something
thing something classy,' from .Connor to Silver
Springs. As is well known in the
famous Hart Line literature, which
advertises Florida more throughout
the -world than any other pamphlet,
the -Randall orange grove and rose
gardens, at Connor, is one of the hest
advertising mediums in exlstance, ac accordingly
cordingly accordingly to its prominence on the
map, etc., and so the olden time com company
pany company has placed in Constructor J.
W. Randall's hands, at Connor, an or order
der order for a disptach (boat, a speedy
boat, with a thirty h. v- engine, to
be finished in time for the season
this vessel to dispatch passengers
from the steamers at Connor to the
port of Ocala Silver Springs
where the pasengers may catch the
out going train to Ocala, to Tampa,
or to Jacksonville. A. A. G.

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 "-annot be cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of Dec December,
ember, December, A. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON,
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 lor testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Adv.
How Snakes Move Along.
To watch a snake or a serpent glid gliding
ing gliding smoothly and silently along the
ground is to see one of the most mar marvelous
velous marvelous things in natural history. In In-deed
deed In-deed the wisest man who ever lived
confessed that the motion of a snake
was one of the things that he could
not understand. As a matter of fact,
a snake walks on the ends of its
ribs -a very curious use for ribs to be
put to. These ribs are very numer numerous,
ous, numerous, there being one for each part ot
the backbone. Each rib is also fixed
to one of the large belly scales. By
the muscles acting on the ribs, these
scales are moved forward one after
the other, their edges catching the
ground, and the result is a rapid glid gliding
ing gliding moiion. We notice that the body
always moves from side to side in a
wriggling or writhing manner, never
up and down, as is sometimes shown
in pictures. ..It is the very flexible
backbone that allows of this writhing
movement, and the structure of the
backbone also allows of its being
broken easily.
DIZZY? BILIOUS. CONSTIPATED,?
Dr. King's New Life Pills will cure
you, cause a healthy flow of Bile and
rids your Stomach and Bowels of
watse and fermenting body poisons.
They are a Tonic to your Stomach
and Liver and tone the general sys system.
tem. system. First dose will cure you of
that depressed, dizzy, bilious and
constipated condition. 25c. ail Drug
gist. Tues Thurs Fri. Adv.
NOTICE
All tires and tubes sold at the
establishment of "Davies the tire
man" from July 1, will be sold only
for CASH, but with a 5 dis discount.
count. discount. C-28-tf
STOP THAT FIRST FALL COLD
Check your fall cough or cold at
once don't wait it may lead to se serious
rious serious lung trouble, weaken your vi vitality
tality vitality and develop a chronic lung ail ailment.
ment. ailment. Get a bottle of Dr. Beel's
Pine-Tar-Honey today; it is pure and
harmless use freely for that fall
cough or cold. If Baby or Children
are sick give it to them, it will re relieve
lieve relieve quickly and permanently. It
soothes the irritated throat, lungs
and air passages. Loosenes Phlegm,
is antiseptic and fortifies the sys system
tem system against colds. It surely pre prevents
vents prevents cold germs from getting a hold.
Guaranteed. Only 25c. at your Drug Druggist.
gist. Druggist. Tues. ... Thur. Fri. Adv.
Always Exerting Influence.
We are, all of us, whether young
or old, famous or obscure, people of
influence. We cannot live a day with without
out without affecting the world somewhat for
good or ill, whether we will or no.
We are all a part of life's forces,
whether we know it or not. Be as
humble as you like, you are still a per person
son person of influence, if not by your own
choosing, then often by God's decree.
It may be only a smile or a simple
kindness that you have given to a lit little
tle little child, but it starts agencies you
little dream of; or It may be some
selfishness or lack of honor, some
weakness in you that sets in motion
a long train of hurtful and sad influ influences
ences influences or circumstances. For all life
Is connected, and whether you wish it
or not your life affects, other lives.

COUNTING WAR'S COST

WHAT MODERN NAVAL WARFARE
MEANS IN DOLLARS.
'nglish Journal Gives Some Figures
That Should Interest Taxpayei
Single Broadside From Battle Battleship
ship Battleship Costs a Fortune.
One wonders while listening to the
present loud complaints regarding the
growth of the British navy bill what
the protests would be like should
Great Britain be called upon to pay a
naval war bill. It Is not easy to esi esi-mate
mate esi-mate the cost of a big naval battle!
but considering that $10,000,000 has
to be spent on a super-dreadnaught of
the type of the Iron Duke, which has
just been commissioned at Ports Portsmouth,
mouth, Portsmouth, and that her guns use up pow powder
der powder and shot at the rate of $50,000
per minute, it would be a 'somewhat
expensive business for the taxpayer If
many such vessels were disabled or
lost.
The Iron Duke Is the world's most
powerful ship, and has many unique
features. She is the first battleship
to be equipped with specially designed
guns for fighting enemies In the air.
These guns are capable of sending
projectiles, specially designed for the
purpose, to a height of over 10,000
feet at the rate of twelve or thirteen
a minute. The Iron Duke is also the
first vessel to carry a battery of
twelve six-inch quick-firers for beating
off the attacks of torpedo craft. Most
of the earlier ships were armed with
four-Inch guns for this purpose, but
torpedo craft have grown so rapidly,
and it is now possible for torpedoes to
be fired effectively from such long dis distances
tances distances that the mounting of heavier
guns has become imperative. Hence
the six-inch guns, which throw a hun-dren-pound
projectile, and are the
largest man-handled guns in the Brit British
ish British navy.
The latest scientific Instruments
with which the Iron Duke is fitted en enable
able enable these big guns to be aimed with
marvelous accuracy, a score of 100
per cent hits being frequently made
with them.
It is interesting to contrast this super-dreadnaught,
which Is 575 feet
long, has a displacement of 25,000
tons, and is fitted with turbines of 29, 29,-000
000 29,-000 horsepower, which enable her to
travel over twenty-two knots an hour,
with the last Iron Duke, a first-class
battleship, launched almost exactly
forty years ago, which was only 280
feet long, and displaced 6,010 tons.
Her armament consisted of ten nine nine-inch
inch nine-inch and four sixty-four-pounder muzzle-loaders.
The total weight of her
armor was 924 tons, about one-tenth
of the weight of the new ship's protection.-
The -hull and machinery of
the ship of 1870 cost $731,570 and $250, $250,-S25
S25 $250,-S25 respectively, the corresponding
costs for the new vessel being $5,159, $5,159,-CS5
CS5 $5,159,-CS5 and $1,358,355, a striking illustra illustration
tion illustration of the growth in the cost of bat battleships.
tleships. battleships. Tit-Bits.
Home Remedy Dangers.
.It Is quite pleasing to hear persons
praise the harmless efficacy of domes domestic
tic domestic remedies, but no one knows better
than the physician In general practise
that the ignorant use of such remedies
is a great feeder to the profession.
One of these remedies, popularly sup supposed
posed supposed to be innocent, is turpentine, ap applied
plied applied as a rubefacient. In the New
York Medical Record is given a case
tending to disprove this assumption.
When one year old a slight eruption
began. To this a preparation of cam camphorated
phorated camphorated oil and turpentine was ap applied,
plied, applied, as the child suffered from bron bronchitis.
chitis. bronchitis. The eruption greatly increased,
spread over the back, shoulders and
chest and also to a less extent on the
cheeks and forehead, and consisted of
morbid pustules, annoying and painful.
The lesions, as they healed, formed
white pitted scars and fibrous thicken thickenings
ings thickenings dotted over with pits.
Showed Wealth of Egypt.
The khedive's tour through the
Delta, which he has now completed,
has shown in a remarkable manner
the wealth of the land owners in the
provinces. In many places private in individuals
dividuals individuals decorated the roads over
which the khedive motored for dis distances
tances distances of several miles.
Coffee was served in cups worth
$3,000; the chair in which the khedive
sat during brief visits to the country
houses had in many cases cost from
$500 to $1,000, and one pasha who en entertained
tertained entertained the khedive for half an hour
Is alleged to have spent $50,000 on the
preparations, while another borrowed
cannon from the Egyptian army and
fired a salute as his highness arrived.
In many places the crowds were so
great that the khedival motor car was
unable to proceed. Frequently the
fellahin (peasants) kissed the car to
demonstrate their loyalty.
Rils's Tribute to His Wife.
In "The Making of an American,"
published two years before the death
of his first wife, Jacob A. Riis wrote
of her as David Copperfield might
have written of Agnes. He said:
"I dreamed a beautiful dream in my
youth, and I awoke and found it true.
My Silver Bride they called her just
now (1903). The frost is upon my
head, indeed; hers winter had not
touched with its softest breath. Her
footfall the lightest, her laugh the
merriest in the house. The boys are
all In love with their mother; the
girls tyrannize and worship her to together.
gether. together. The cadet corps elect her an
honorary member, for no stouter
champion of the flag is in the land."

INCIDENTS OF OAK

Oak, Aug IS. The McDowell
Crate & Lumber Company has re
sume! operations and are running!
full in every department. Many re repairs
pairs repairs have been made in the several
departments and on their railroad.
The locomitive has been rebuilt from
wheels up and gives them a splendid
hauling equipment. This undertak-
ing so far has met with no accident
to the men, due to the splendid judg
ment of Mr. Arnold in directing
these changes with the assistance of
his organization.
Mr. Wilson has again resumed his
former position with the crate com company
pany company after a strenuous year at farm farming.
ing. farming. The Oak trucking farmers are still
wondering what struck them this
year, iwhen the returns on produce
are not enough even to pay for the
cost of plaster to cover the lost skin
on their knuckles in handling the
crates
There is a scarcity of beggarweed
in the field everywhere hereabouts,
and the good old standard hay will
be a scarce article this fall.
Mrs. L. W. Helton, of Live Oak,
is visiting the family of L. V. Helton,
who are enjoying her visit very
much.
Saturday night auto parties to
Ocala are quite the rage. When you
hear them start off one would never
.believe that hard times are in evi evidence
dence evidence nor prices going up on food.
It is a relief to know that all people
are not taking life too seriously.
Fishing parties have found good
sport in tooth Lake George and Mud
Lake at different times and conse consequently
quently consequently the people living in Oak
have often fine fish frys.
Mr. J. G,. Forney, Mrs. Forney and
son, Charles, 'were the week end
guests of the Vandervoorts near
Ocala.
We hope all the farmers living
near Oak will not hesitate to join
the organization of growers and ship shippers
pers shippers now (being perfecter thru the
Marion County Board of Trade. The
first- meeting of the executive com committee
mittee committee will be held Wednesday, Aug.
19, after which matters will assume
some proportion. Dr. (Weaver of Oak
and Mr. Talton of Anthony, are (both
members of that committee and will
unite with their territory with full
confidence in the project and give
full details by newspaper and per personal
sonal personal publicity.
F. W. Webber, the packing house
The Star

BUT it. WILL give each and EVERY" subscriber who pays a year for the Daily Star, a $5 Coupon
Book, redeemable at its face value by any of the Ocala Business Houses mentioned below, or for a
Weekly Star subscription a $1.50 book redeemable for that amount. Past due subscriptions, 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 Star Subscription Coupons are presented at the time of making purchases:

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

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manager and ice manufacturer, has

now added another automobile to his
auto service.
We are glad to say that there is
very litle sickness around Oak and
with the exception of the hot
weather and wood gnata everyone
seems to be enjoying peace and tran tranquility.
quility. tranquility.
Beauty and Utility.
Why not combine beauty and utility
j by growing a few globe artichokes
along the back fence. Surely the
plants are as ornate and as graceful
as any century plant, aloe, yucca, etc,
found in local gardens and the buds
are considered by many as an esculent
superior to asparagus. If the common
green globe sort does not appeal to
your artistic taste, there Is a variety
bearing buds of purple that really
make the plant attractive. Give these
and other economic plants a chance to
demonstrate their value, and you will
find many have a double claim to
space in the garden.
Value of Beauty to Towns.
Many towns have increased their
taxable property by the simple and In Inexpensive
expensive Inexpensive expedient of cleaning out
unsightly buildings around the rail railroad
road railroad station, and planting trees and
shrubbery. Thus beauty has its dis distinct
tinct distinct commercial value. A street with
trees and flowers makes every house
more salable at higher prices. Other
things being equal, prospective resi residents
dents residents will pay more money to live In
a town where a consistent attempt is
i made toward beautifying the place.
Newcastle Courier.
THE TWENTY YEAH 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.
Dr. D. M. Boney, eyesight special specialist;
ist; specialist; office and laboratory 2-6 Gary
building. A specialty of correcting!
vision where others fail. 7-25-tf.
No. Six-Sixty-Six
This is a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS &, FEVER.
Five or six doses will break any case, and
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acts on the liver better than
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c

Will Mot (Give Away
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Marion Hardware Company, Hardware. . 3 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 3 per cent
Smith Grocery Co. (Except Feed Stuffs and Special Sales
Day Bargains. .. 5 per cent
Hayes & Guynn, Dry Goods 1 . . ....... 5 per cent
Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture 10 per cent
A. 31. Lansford, Music Dealer t 10 per cent
Miss Mary Affleck, Millinery 5 Per cent
B. Goldman, "Why Pay More ?" 5 per cent
Little's Shoe Parlors, Shoes 5 per cent

CANDLER

Candler, Aug. IS. in the match
game of baseball between the Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha and Candler teams Saturday
afternoon the result was a score of
14 to 11 in favor of the visiting
team.
Mrs. Lucy Freeman returned
Thursday from Dunnellon where she
had been for several days repre representing
senting representing her home W. C. T. U organi organization
zation organization at the convention in session
there.
Mr. Adams was up from Weirs Weirs-dale
dale Weirs-dale last week, looking after his or orange
ange orange groves east of town.
Mrs. A. D. Moore and daughter.
Miss Florence, have been visiting
Mrs. 'Moore's mother, 3Irs. Mary His His-cock
cock His-cock for the past three months, have
gone to Fort Myers, where (Mr. Moore
had preceded them. fThey expect to
make Fort Myers their future home.
The dancing young people 'par 'participated
ticipated 'participated an an impromptu dance in
Capt. DeLong's packing house 'Sat 'Saturday
urday 'Saturday evening.
Mrs. Brown, of Ocala, is the guest
of Mesdames Belcher and Gilllspie.
Mr. Asa Belcher, of Ocala, motor motored
ed motored down for a Sunday visit to his
parents and other relatives.
Benjamin Belcher, the Golden
Rule grocery store's live-wire, motor motored
ed motored to Ocala Sunady for a visit to
frieidf. lQ
PO-DO-LAX BANISHES PIMPLES
Bad Blood, Pimples, Headaches,
Biliousness, Torpid Liver, Constipa Constipation,
tion, Constipation, etc, come from Indigestion.
Tak Po-Do-Lax, the pleasant and ab absolutely
solutely absolutely sure Laxative, and you won't
suffer from deranged stomach and
other troubles. It will tone up the
Liver and purify the blood. Use it
regularly and you will stay well,
have clear complexion and steady ner nerves.
ves. nerves. Get a 50c. bottle. Money back
if not satisfied. All Druggists. Adv.
Tues. Thurs. and Fri.
lclvr & Mae&ay
Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EHBAlfilERS
fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
D. E. 3IcIVER and C V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Em-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES
D. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Office 47
Ocala, Florida
Ad-It Pays



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THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY", AUGUST 10, 1914
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I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this department call phone IOC)

jujuiiu wue.ii acre ana win go on to together.
gether. together. The party will spend two

New York, Boi-

or three weeks in

Thought for the Day
A Blender acquaintance with the
world must convince every man that
-actions' and not words are the true
eritcrion df the attachment of
friend?. Let us shine our very
brightest, be our corner high or low.
Mr. Allan Walkley is spending his
vacation at home with his wife and
fairy little ones.

Mr. J. Y. Young has returned from
a. visit to hi3 family in Washington,
after an absence of several weeks.
'Miss Meme Davis and her guest,
iliss Ruth Ley of Lakeland were
jruests of friends in the city yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. 'Miss Leila Gerard returned yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon from a fortnight's
stay at the famous Worthington
Spring3.
Mr. B. M. -Robinson and Capt. R.
JE. Yonge spent yesterda yat Silver
river, fishing, and came near wreck wreck-fug
fug wreck-fug all previous records.
Mr. L. W. Ponder returned today
from a visit to his mother, Mrs. Es
B. Ponder, in Orlando, where he has
fceen since Sunday. x
Mr and Mrs. O. H. Rogers, of
Xyrra, were guests today of Mr. Rog Rog-.
. Rog-. er's parents, Col. and Mrs. Robert
.Rogers.
.Mrs. M. V. Altman and little son,
"Malcolm, of Weirsdale, are spending
a few days in Oca la with Mrs. Alt Alt-man's
man's Alt-man's sister-in-law, 'Mrs. iH. F. Alt Alt-man.
man. Alt-man. m
The imany friends of Mrs. Wilbur
.'Smith will regret to learn of her
illness at the home' of her parents,
3Ir. and Mrs. Gib IMoRae on 'South
I dime street.
IMiss Elizabeth Davis had the tmis tmis-SortTiiie
SortTiiie tmis-SortTiiie to slip from a fence crossing
a few days ago at her home at Lake
Weir and sprained a ligament in her
Zxot, which is most painful.
Miss Lois Dame will entertain a
-number of her friends tomorrow
. morning at the home of her sister,
:Mrsu .Henry Wafcterson Tucker on
sXKO&w&ha avenue, at a very lovely
Mcard party.
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, Missv'Beulah Whitney of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville has as her house guests Miss
UHnnie Jackson of Alabama and Miss
ttfary Harriett Livingston of 'Ocala.
These- young ladies are having a
magnificent round of social pleasures.
,
3Ir. B. S. Quarterman of Fairfield,
' and a son of one of the Ibravest sol soldiers
diers soldiers that shouldered a 'gun during
Xhe civil war, was in the city yester yester-Vday,
Vday, yester-Vday, exchanging greetings with his
Ocala friends.
.
aiiss 'Susie 'Lou lElis left Monday
far a week's visit to (Miss Eloyse
Robertson in Orlando. Tuesday they
were joined by friends and are now
enjoying a motor trip, visiting many
of the ibeauty places for Which Or Orlando
lando Orlando and vicinity, are noted.

motor trip to Leesburg and Orlando.
In the latter city they le't their ma machine
chine machine and went -by train to Tampa,
remaining there sight seeing until
yesterday morning, when they re returned
turned returned to Orlando, thence home in
the car. Every minute of their trip
was one of pleasure and delight.
Fortnightly Card Club Kntcrtainctf
The members of the fortnisrhtly

ton and other nearby places of in interest,
terest, interest, and expect to have a mioir en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable time in the easiern cities
during the early weeks of the fall
season. Mr. Carroll will accompany
the party "to Jacksonville and see
them on the ship.
A
Miss Lillie Sykes, the well known
trained nurse of this city, is now in
New York city, where she went to
take a special course in nursing in
one of the large hospitals .of that
city. She will be absent several
wee k Lakeland Teleg ra m
Miss Sykes has many friends in

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this city, -where she made her home

card club were charmingly entertain-1 for manv months and wa3 tne de deed
ed deed last evening by Miss Bettie Mc-vr,.pr1 nurst rho it Mr, m. L.

Parker. She is an excellent young
woman and has the best wishes of a
large circle of friends for success in
her chosen profession.
The convention of the National
Society of American Florists is in
session at Boston, Mass., and in hon honor
or honor of the celebration the city has
prepared one of the most magnifi magnificent
cent magnificent flower gardens, which, for -beauty
and variety, surpasses anything
of the kind ever atempted tbefore.
'Exhibits of rare and -.beautiful flow flowers
ers flowers from all the well known florists
of the country are shown. Many
specimens of 'plants shown for the
first time which are the results of
years of study by earnest horticul horticulturists.
turists. horticulturists. It is with regret that we learn of

the very serious condition of Mrs. J.
P. Lovell, at her home in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. She has a large circle of
friends in this city who are deeply

grieved to hear that her life is de

spaired of. 'Her brother, Mr. Frede

rick Hocker, is at her 'bedside, and

Mrs. Trusten Drake, her only sister,

arrived there yesterday from Sea

breeze, where the family is spending

the summer. .Her father, Judge
Vm. Hocker, is in the north, and is

expected to arrive today.

Major and Mrs. L. T. .'Izlar are

leaving in a day or two for their old

home in "Blackville, S. C.r where

they will be the guests of their

daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and

Mrs. Sam Beuist and family for

some time. Major and Mrs.' Izlar

will also, visit friends in other sec

tions of the Carolinas 'before "return-

ing home.

Iver at her home on Pine street. The
three tables of players enjoyed for
several hours the fascinating game
of auction, after which Miss Mclver
served a salad and ice course. Miss
Alice Bullock won the ladies' prize,
a package of correspondence cards,
and Mr. Hibbert Weathers the gen gentlemen's
tlemen's gentlemen's prize, a handsome pearl pearl-handle
handle pearl-handle knife. Those enjoying the
affair were 'Misses Edith -Williams,
Janet Weathers, Alice Bullock, Eu Eugenia
genia Eugenia Fuller, Mrs. Thorp, .Messrs.
Hibbert and Brantley Weathers, W.
J. Frink, Alfred Beck, O. B. Howse,
Tom Harris and Ernest Crook.
IrsrTTr'TJr'Clarkson will leave-cro-'Sept.
3rd for an extended visit tc
relatives and friends in Xew Jersey
and Massachusetter Mrs. Clarkson
will be accompanied by her young
son, Master Harry Clarkson, and will
go direct to Mt. Holly to visit7 a
friend s iiicacarlxXoy.t h
. ...
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Xash will leave
early in September for Xew York
City, where (Mr. Xash will purchase
the fall and winter stock for his big
dry goods store. En route they will
visit friends and relatives a few days
in South Carolina.
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The young ladies and gentlemen
who constitute the season's summer
colony at North Lake AVeir and a
few invited guests enjoyed an in informal
formal informal "get together" neighborhood
social last evening. Ice cream and
cake was served and with swimming
and boating the evening passed all
too quickly.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Tarver are
planning to leave very soon for an
extended visit to Chicago. En route
they will leave their daughter, Miss
Frances Tarver, in (Atlanta, where
she will visit friends during her par parents'
ents' parents' absence in Chicago. (Mr. John
Tarver will resume his studies at

Mr. D. iE. Mclver will lea

night for .Xew York City to

chase goods for the big firm of Mc

lver & MacKay. Mr. Mclver will
join his wife and Ifttle daughter,
Miss Frances Mclver in .Syracuse for
a few weeks visit at the home of
Mr. and .Airs. Conway, 'before return returning.

Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Whitworth

and daughter, -Miss Jessie 'Whit-

woTth. are sDendins a few days: at

their beautiful country home on

'Lake 'Hiawatha. 'Miss Jessie will

have as her guest 'Miss Virginia

Beckham,, another pretty little lady,

who with her hostess is 'planning all

kinds of sood times, including fish

ing and fish frys.

oxer.
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to

pur-

Mrs. K. R. Carroll and daughter

aiiss Mary Lrove, a charming youngtAierris' will leave on the !A. C. L.

eparEunmeimtl

YOUR
FALL AND WINTER SUIT
Now is the time to get it.

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Special Representative, Mr. Pope,
will be with lis
AUGUST 17th, 18th aridH l9th,

Come in and see the New Styles

and Materials.

... ..

IFEoiPiidlsi,

Professor and .Mrs. G- C Iaoney

are on their way home from; Gaines-
rin

iicr vj a.. r i r tt-i

i, v.r -flre now displaying: at our show

Hf I mnms. at th TTAlvenatnn Ktor tift

Mill Pr!r 1 rvtl ri 3V IS

. 1 mm x.

. m r I never Deen equaiiea in vrcaia, ana

Mr-X" AIcCrdieT and her the Priices til Saturday are VERY

mmfjm- I mr -fwrm T-v m m A m J

. lAftPr 55i?tiir1fi v. th T of Alienist

art pniovnnsr a measure trin toi

" o -i . j

regular prices win prevail, njome in

and let us show yon: these splendid!

ervnds. 8-lS-4t Misa Marv Affleck.

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few of her friends Monday evening

at a constellation, party at her home

Washington.

Court Finds Use for Autos.
A eocrd story is told of the Intro-

southeast of the city. .He guests were ductloil of nto,. lorries into Afghanis

especially charmed with the privilege tan. H. M. the Amir called a special

of studying the stars thru the mag- durbar to discuss the. formation ot a
nificent telescope of CaTtain John Motor Lorry company of which he

'Micklev Miss -Danzalrs uncle. The (would be manag.ng director, and ex-

night being daxk, tha heavens Pained what an impetus to trade a

gleamed through the mighty lenzes motor service would be. At present

as a twinkling star of ibeauty, reveal

ing wanders to the earnest and deep

ly interested star-gazers.

HOSPITAL NOTES

I lady of Jacksonville, is visiting her

i antvt. Mrs. 'Hi W. Long, at 'Swiss j

; rinttase, near! iMartel. Mrs. Lo

and Miss LovJ wrere in the eitv

fjeraay.

rstrs. H. H. Brand expects to leave
early in the -morning for a summer
outing in South Carolina and Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, where for the next few -weeks
she will be the guest of friends and
relatives.

r:

o'clock train tomorrow

morning

for

a valuable market for fruit, etc.. was

lost through the length of the journey

to Peshawar. A motor lorry would
cover the distance in a couple of days,
and the return for the expenditure

would be immediate. As managing;
director his majesty would pay hall
the cost of the lorries and the durbar

Dr. R. D. Fuller was taken to the

Jacksonville and sail at 2 o'clock via hospital yesterday and was operated could subscribe the rest. The scheme

the Clyde 'Line for New York. Mrs. on this morning. He is resting very 3 unanimously approTeo, ana bu ir

Carroll's sister. ;Mrs. Ramsaur, and well now

niece, Miss Christine Hannah, will! Mrs. V. C. Detterich is doing well

position was raised to a proviso by
the Amir that the lorries should be

avnllnhlti whpnpvor th court Was

come up tonight from St. Petersburg, today, movlnt Ten motor lorries were

tittle Walter Scott, who had both bougbt and the durbaris, it is said.

arms broken, is getting along; nicely. are BtIn wondering when they will

Malcolm Ferguson, from out of be free from the requirements of the

town, was operated on today and is court and will be available to carry

Bliss Mary -Kate Davidson of At

lanta, has as "her guest for a fort

night Miss -Ellen Clarkson of this

city, who is enyroute home from a
H charming visit with friends in Ken Ken-tucky.
tucky. Ken-tucky. Messrs. Osco and Guy Zewadski

with their s:uest. Mr. Robert Clark

GHASE & SANBORN'S
Famous Tea
Packed in Air Tigbt
Containers

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CHARLESTON

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VIA

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CLY

FIRST CLASS. Meals and Berth Included.
This Special Rate good on any of the Company's
Steamers
August 22d to October 17th, Inclusive.
Return Limit 10 Days.
p -.m
Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
For reservations and further particulars apply to

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Florida Passenger Agent,

West Bay Street,

Jacksonville, Florida.

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doing well.

produce to Peshawur.

Diamond Sixty, H -lb .
Diamond Sixty, &-lb. .

Drange Peko, 4 -lb ...

Orange Peko, 2 -lb . .

Worth Remembrance.

The daub and wattle cottage in

which Old Parr is believed to have

lived at the time he was brought to

the notice of the p.irl of Amnrtel cit.

,
uated in a dingle of Breiddon hill, on

the Shropshire and Montgomeryshire

loC I

.15c

... I rtnnoivtc lilornl lirwn and

of Tampa, returned to xneir nome ort and V. Richard II. Henry VII and VIII.

i

today after a week-end spent in the
nty. They motored through to 'Tam 'Tam-Jy
Jy 'Tam-Jy way of Inverness and Brooks-
.air. and iMrs. Gustave 'Robertson,
-who "have 'been euests of Mr. and

"Sirs. Eramett Robinson for

time, returned to their home in Sa

vaimah this afternoon thoroughly

vTisrhted with their visit to the

. .30c border, has been restored and con-

Orioif Formosa-Ooloong, Vz -lb . 30c verted into a village museum. Parr

Basket Fired Japan, 2-lb 33c lived in the reigns of ten kings and

queens of England, namely: Edward IV

Black, U -lb.

.w!- T1tw1 riioAn nnfl

"Jl'' "wlv' onr) Phnrlpc T- AoA to lJtV. oi ,-n0

Black, U-lb 3oc Westminster nhhpv th isth

Seal Uranu, Jbnougn ssaiu, ?2-i- November. 1635. ajred one hundred

-a. J ------ j-,, i uuu uivj-mu J a.x o UlUC UiUiiUUS.

"Fancy' Formosa-Ooloong, Yz -s 50c London Mail.

Fancy" Ceylon, India, H-s.

Edward VI, Mary, Elizabeth, James I

, urc

Ir. and Mrs. Emmett iRobinson
-Lnd their house guests, Mr. and Mrs.

wctvft 'T?ohprtson. returned last

jve-nlnff from a most delightful

c.nTrip "Fancy" Ceylon India, -s oOc All In the Vision.

"TToTior" TTnoli&li RrfnUfa5t. -.)C I Home DeODle tnmk that PVPrvth n?

M. J 4 M. - J a

"Fancy" English Breakfast 50c in the world is twisted and corrupt.

;,ooini Povinn Tndin ix -lb 30c ana tnat no numan being can be

Snciiil Cevlon India 1-lb G0c tluau ulucia ieei

says: "In all things throughout the
world, the men who look for the
crooked will see the crooked, and the
man who looks for the straight will
see the straight."

0. K. Teapot Grocery,

OCAIiA, FLORIDA
PHONES 10 A.D 174

Going It Blind.
Enver Bey got an idea of the looks

of his future bride by means of a pho

tograph. This illustrates a difficulty
from which the young Englishman is

free, but which is sometimes very

amazing to the young Turk. He ought

not to see his bride's face until he has
actually married her, or at the very

least until he ie betrothed. The young

lady, as Duckett Ferriman points out,

can take a drive and get a glimpse of

her suitor's face out of doors. But her

face should remain veiled from him,

and, although he generally contrives
to get an idea of her appearance, it
cannot always be done. Mr. Ferriman

mentions a high official's son who was

mortified at his wedding to find his

bride a brunette, when he wanted a

blonde.

Fare 3 QO

DAILY BETWEEN

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Laughter Aids Digestion.

Laughter is a most healthful exer

tion; it Is one of the greatest helps to

digestion with which I am acquainted;

and the custom prevalent among our

forefathers, of exciting it at table by

jesters and buffoons, was founded on

true medical principles. Hufeland.

THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE1

Length 500 feet; breadth 93 feet, 6 indie S10 tatrroom and parlor areofn mod ting 1S00 paweo paweo-cers.
cers. paweo-cers. Greater in com irer in all proportion richer La all appobatmrnU than mmy steamer oo
Inland waters of the world. Ia aero jane 13th.
Magnificent Steamer "SEEANDBEE." "City of Erie- and "City of Buffalo"
Daily BUFFALO and CLEVELAND May it to Dec it
Lea-re BnflaU :00 P. M. Leave Cleveland - 9:00 P. M.
I Arrive Cleveland 730A.M. Arrive Buffalo - 7:30 A. 1L (
(Eastern SUzxlard Time)
Connection at Cleveland for Pot-in-Bav, Toledo, Detroit and all pomU Vert and Soothweat. Railroad
ticket reading betwee Buffalo and Cleveland are good for transportation on our t earner.
Aak your ticket agent for ticket via C & B. Line. Vrite n for handaotne Uloatzated booklet free.
THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO- Clerelan O.

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Extra Ti:-y Meeting of the City
Council Tuesday Evening

The cit;
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night

allowing members in at

tendance: Chairman C. W numer,
anl Councilmen Roess, Bennett,
? Knight, FaiKCtt and Smith.
' i Minutes of last session were read
j I and approve 1.
j Judare Warner was present and
X addressed the ccrmcdl on the open-

, 1 in si of and extensions

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through his sui-u:vi.:on.

no v.- -virhin the city limits. The
judge's plans do not contemplate the

extension of the present

he wishes to lay out streets

regard to the city's streets,

within the minimum will be fewer.
The scale on power was raided all
along, except that in two or three
instances, between the scales, the
rate will be rather lower, but this is
Only where the jump from one scale
to another was not properly grad graduate:!.
uate:!. graduate:!. The general raise all around,
on both .power and light, will be at

least 2 7c

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HOTTEST1

NO WORKMAN CAN AFFORD TO USE POOR QUALITY
TOOLS; IT COSTS TOO MUCH TIME AND WORRY. OUR
TOOLS A HE PROPERLY TKMI'KRKI) AND HOLD THKII!
EDGE. 1
WE XEVKH JMUtE OUR CUSTOM EHS WHEN THEY COME
IN BECAUSE TO DO BUSINESS IT IS ONLY NECESSARY FOR
THEM TO SEE OUH GOOIjIs AND OUH PRICES.
WHEN YOU NEED HARDWARE COME TO US.
OUR HARDWARE STANDS HARD WEAR.

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OCALA,

FLORIDA

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RINGS

WE HAVE, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF STYLISH RINGS
TO SHOW YO U. BUT WE DO NOT JUGGLE THE PRICES. WE
TREAT EVERYONE WHO PLACES 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
OCALA, FLORIDA

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The Management of PR. 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 Qrand Troxler's stands.
Larger quarters, more folly equipped owi will be rai
.suictly ethicai lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 33?

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dCALA, FLORIDA.

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

ing to the topography of his
tract. After some discussion

chair requested the street commit committee
tee committee to meet Judge Warner on the
ground and go over the situation
with him and report to the council.
Judge D. S. Williams was present
and addressed, the council on the
matter of supplying the fair asso-

rtxtinn with frpe wter to water a i

VAUW1
one-half acre experimental garden
which it is proposed to plant there
and which is to be irrigated by a

system of irrigation now much in
use. said system to -be allowed to I

remain permanently on the fair

ground. The light and water com

mittee had recommended that the
association be allowed a half rate, a
meter to be installed. Judge Will Williams
iams Williams said the association could not
afford the experiment if it had to
pay even a half rate. The council
told him the city was -almost up to
capacity on its water consumptioa
now, and feared to take on an open
and indefinite proposition of this
mrnitud without any nay. lAs

The rate was to go into

Sepr. 1st, and include Septem

ber in the new rate. New rules and
regulations were provided also by
the report.
Mr. Bennett asked .for further
time to consider the report. Mr.

Streets'3'1111 seLuuueu. ins uiuuuu, auci
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which is j wu5iuera.LutJ uiscusaiun, uunug

Mr. Bennett said he would have to
vote against the adoption of the re-

ureets, butjPt if a vote was called tor tnen.

without j"e said it mignt 'De an rignt out ne

conform- 'wanted time to study it and it was

too lengthy to do it then and there.

of

own

thej Finally, the" report was held over

until a later date, and will De taken
up at a special meeting to be called
.by the president.
. Mr. Roess asked for authority to
send Supt. J. C Caldwell to Charles Charleston
ton Charleston and 'Atlanta, where there are
some conventions of electric machin machinery
ery machinery dealers in session and where he

will answer our needs, practically as
good as new, for a great deal less
money that new machinery. The re request
quest request was granted and IMr. Caldwell
was instructed to leave last night

and secure the information.
The special meeting will probably
be called as soon as he returns.
The committee has .been empow empowered
ered empowered to 'buy the supplementary ma

chinery that is needed.
The council then adjourned.

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3LK'CUS FRANK'S BIG SALE

Marcus Frank
'flabbergasted" this

was completely
morning when he

much as it would like to help the ; opened the doors of his two stores

fair, the council felt that it ,mUst n his 'big alteration sale. 1 he stores

decline to do .better than offer the
water at half rate.
Bonds for a New Electric Plant

Mr. Hunter introduced -an ordi-
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nance proviaing ior sucmuung tu

the voters a iDond issue to provide

for the issuance of ?7o,000 of toonds

for the erection of a new electric

light plant, extension of mains, etc.,'

to be operated in conjunction with'
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the water works plant. The ordi- j

nance was read ana reierrea 10 xne

judiciary committee.

Mr. Hunter asked IMr. Roess to

were crowded in a few minutes and

from the opening hour until' 11

o'clock the force of extra clerks he

had employed were hard pushed to

jwait on more than half of those who

came to take advantage of the reduc-

prices. 'Mr. Frank said after

wards that he did not anticipate any
such rush of 'buyers at the opening

of the sale, or he would have added
several more clerks to the force.

After the first grand rush was over

the clerks were able to wait on the
customers, hut all day the stores

were crowded and a very 'brisk trade

has been coing on. and from a stand-

take the chair and nominated 'Mr. R. "point of attendance the sale has cer-

B. Bullock for the office of assistant

city recorder. Mr. Knight nominat

ed Judge Gober. A ballot was taken
and Mr. Bullock received four and
Judge 'Gober two votes. Mr. Bullock

was declared elected.

The ordinance (providing for the

sale and transfer of city paving cer

tificates now outstanding and to

tainly left nothing to be desired.

Mr. Frank's new store was not

ready to he used during the sale,
though the work has been pushed

forward night and day. .But the
stock has been changed from the

Mmor stn-rft to the new store room.

Jhung up and piled up and laid out

tables as best it could oe in a

was

re-priced

sales tag, the prices being in- plain

figures. In many cases the custom

ers could wait on themselves, which

greatly facilitated matters.

During lull times and at night 3Ir.
Frank will push forward the work

of getting the new store in shape

land the windows arranged so tnat

displays can be made in them, for

after the sale is over he wiii carry

in the new store shoes, gents' fur

nishings and clothing exclusively.

Mr. Frank has widely advertised
the sale in (both the city papers and

by huge four-page heralds sent all

over Marion and in neighboring

counties. His renutation for fair

and honest dealing always insures a

be on

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cormrf r-n tVHi-ri times and adonted re-pncea ana marnai :wilu a siai

on roll call.

The East Florida Telephone Com

pany s ordinance was reported on

unfavorably tby the judiciary committee.

Coast Line Situation in Statu Quo

An A. C. L. railway ordinance
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was reported on untavoraDiy ny me
judiciary committee, was read by its

title and vote down. This ordinance
was one "introduced by request."

An ordinance providing for stand

ard weights and measures was read

for the second time and laid on the

reading at next meeting.

The ordinance discontinuing the

portion of North Third street he-

tween (blocks 79 and 80 was read crowd at his sales and this time more

than ever before the public is reap

ing a hig harvest in slaughter prices

on staple goods.

the second time 'by sections and laid
on the table for its third and final

read at next meeting.

Quite a discussion ensued on side

walk and curb grades. CNIr. Drake,

city engineer, submitted a sketch of

the proposed location of tracks and

depot of the A. C. L. railway, in the
southern part of town, which the

council is working on, with a view of
submitting it to the company.

ACKNOWLEDGE IT

; Star W ant Ads. Bring Results

A contract was ordered executed

with a coal firm for coal for the wa

ter works for a year at 95 cents per
ton, f. o. t. the mines.
Add to Electric Machinery
Mr. Roess, chairman of the light
and water committee, read a portion
of the very lengthy report the com committee
mittee committee had prepared. The report
advised the immediate purchase- of
a new or second-hand engine and
generator to supplement the present
machinery for the next year, or until

a new plant can -be built. This, it

was thought, would cost not to ex exceed
ceed exceed $5,000.
Kates Must be Increased
The committee reported that the
plant was losing money slowly and
would not take care of itself at the
present prices for current. It rec recommended
ommended recommended a raise in rates on light lighting
ing lighting from 6 to S cents, the minimum
to remain at $1. This will not effect
those who usually keep within the

minimum, 'but of course, with the

Ocala Has to Bow to the Inevitable,

Scores of Citizens Prove It.

'After reading the public senti

ment of this representative citizen

of Ocala given below, you must come
to this conclusion: A remedy which

1 nroved so beneficial years ago with

the kidneys, can naturally 'be expect expected
ed expected to perform the same work in sim

ilar cases. Read this:

Mrs. S. E. Fraser, 104 Fifth St.,

Ocala, says: "I have used Dona's
Kidney Pills and they have always
given the best of satisfaction. When

mv kidnevs irot out of order. I was

so dizzy that I couldn't straight

At times I couldn't get about, owing

to rheumatic pain across the small

of my back. I had other troubles

as well.. Doan's Kidney Pills have

alwavs 'brought me immediate re

lief."

Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Fraser had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Ad. 4.

Caustic Papa.
"He looks like a fool!" "But, papa,
he asked me to marry him." "H
has? Well, don't ever tell me I can't

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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.
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WORK DONE BY SKILLED WORKMEN.
GOOD WORK IS OUR MOTTO.
PROMPTNESS OUR AIM.
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FJIOM OCA LA TO SKW VOIMv

Florida is good to her citizens.
Because of the thrift within her
borders thousands spend the vaca vacation
tion vacation of a fortnight or so on moun mountains
tains mountains or in cities as caprice may lead
them. The 'big excursion of the 12th
was full proof that Floridians were
liberal travelers. (They stopped in
large numbers at various North Cra Cra-olina
olina Cra-olina resorts, but the ibulk of them
came thru to .Washington, Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia and New York.
The railroad trip from Florida to
York is a triumph of modern
transportation. The massive en engines,
gines, engines, palatial .train of sleeping cars
fitted with every desirable conven convenience
ience convenience robs travel of dread or fatigue.
The journey is broken at Florence,
S. C., for a typical Southern break breakfast
fast breakfast of hot 'biscuit, fried chicken,
buttermilk, ham, eggs, hot cakes,
friut, etc., were served .by colored
waiters whose attendance and fine
manners are imuch in their favor.
Another stop at !Rocky Mountain, X.
C, shows the manager of the hotel
to welcome the ready cash of the
travelers at dinner. The dinner is
fit for a king. Before night we Teach
Richmond, V., iwhere we dine in the
depot. Watermelon, cantaloupe, ten tender
der tender mountain heef, F. F. .V. chicken,
butter, eggs, vegetables and the
whole category of country produce
seem to make the table groan, until
the hungry traveler gets ibusy, then
it soon disappears, kaliedoscopically.
From Ocala to Jacksonville the

fine fields of peanuts, cotton and or

ange groves makes us praise our

Florida farmer, while the native vir
gin hammock shows that our farm

ing possibilities are as yet in meager

infancy.

It seems that the Florida farmer
is ibehind in the character of the

foams he builds. We seem to be

farming temporarily instead of de

veloping the evidences of perman

ency .and life-work. Farmers of

Georgia and South Carolina have
good crops of cotton. The talk of
Georgia men on .the train -was to
urge the United States government
in the present exigency to extend de deserved
served deserved aid to the cotton growers
so that in due time they may 'market
their 'crops to advantage. North
Carolina has cotton, corn and tobac tobacco.
co. tobacco. The crops are fine and farmers
in those states will 'be in good shape,
panic or no panic. Farmers who
grow no corn, oats, hay, hogs or cat cattle
tle cattle may rightly join the calamity
crowd that is ever saying "the panic
is on!"
Virginia has her .large corn crop,
peanuts, tobacco, peas, clover and
live stock to serve as a sure founda foundation
tion foundation for the next year. Brick manu manufacturing,
facturing, manufacturing, lumbering and farming
are the chief industries which mark
the six hundred mile journey to
Washington.
Some day cotton, shirt, overall
and clothing manufactories will be

put in along the A. C L., route.
The no-fence law benefits the
Carolinas and parts of Georgia and
Virginia. When the enormous cost
of fencing to 'the Florida farmers is
considered we are led to ask the
question: .Would it not be ibetter
for the state and the farmer to enact
a no-fence law? Would such a law
not encourage farming and greatly
enhance land values. The newcom newcomer
er newcomer finds, it difficult to get lands sat satisfactorily
isfactorily satisfactorily and cheaply fenced.
The "turnsaw" of the many states
which have abandoned the fence, is
"better as a separator. In these states
stockraising is carried on in -fenced
areas; the stock is 'better, (better
fed and faring ibetter prices than
scrub prairie .beef This is a digres digression,
sion, digression, but one which any one might
make.
At midnight we reached Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, where the "spieling newsies"
awaited all comers to bombard them
with, possibly, fake news in flaring
red headlines. Half the people got

u; and began reading. They starred i
doing this in Jacksonville, and ;
bought the State, the Ne .vs and Ob- ;
server, Richmond daily and no.v j
they have others at Washington in ;

every tongue.
At G a. m. we are in the American
metropolis. The Pennsylvania sta station
tion station is indeed an architectural
dream. Every nuzzle of even stu

pendous traffic nas been sucessfully

and artistically solved. It is a cos

mos within itself. All wants and

comforts of the traveler are supplied

provided he has the coin. Emerging

from the track floor to the upper
section throngs of waiting, walking

hurrying people are all about ami

once out on the 34th street side a

moving panorama of fortune and
failure, joy and sorrow, lifo and
death, splendor and squalor dawns

upon us. The hum of the electric
street cars, the crash of the elevated
trains, which run on steel frames,
by, thru and over houses three or

four stories high, the ringing bells

of fire wagons, speeding cars, steady

beats of horses hoofs and the scream screaming
ing screaming of New York newsboys make a

Babylonish sound that almost gets
upon the nerves of people used to

repose.

Even at 6 a. m. six or eight thou

sand men, women and children

watch the .New York -Herald bulletins
for news of 'Europe. These are for foreigners,
eigners, foreigners, English and German, Rus Russian
sian Russian and Austrian, Turk and French
and other nationalities, wedged in
close, elbow to elbow, shoulder to
shoulder, with upturned faces, eager
eyes, to learn from the great (bulle (bulletin
tin (bulletin hoard if their own had won or
gone down in defeat. A map of the
war zone 20x30 feet with flags of the
nations showing locations, of armies,
cities navies, gives the 'Herald an
ever growing crowd. The German

and Russians talk good naturedly of
the conflict. Near me stood a finely

educated man from Budapest, talk

ing to a Frenchman. They are in

terested, but civil to each other.
How the reports of sinking "of navies
the annihilation of army corps and
armies, the sacking of cities, the ca capitulation
pitulation capitulation of forts and the daring
'heroism of the phantom army on the
map and .boards raise joy to estatic
'bounds, while in the same throng
misery is forecast,, since fathers,

(brothers, home are
pear in the vortex
strom of the ages."
feature is the navy
patched up from

good trim for another 'battle. The
army, which was reported dead, is
marching on to capture a city or
fort; the city which is supposed to
have been sacked sends a wireless:
"All is well."
The people are wrearing out their
pocketbooks taking out money for
"Hextraz!" This is the way the
newsboys say "extTa." Barnum was
right the American people like to
be humbugged, "on a small scale,"
(individually). The war is having a
most depressing effect on 'business,
especially shipping, and stock mar

kets. Now is the time for the In Investor
vestor Investor who wants to buy right.
Much real estate owned 'by foreign
interests is (being offered for sale
money will be sent to Europe to
carry on the war.
Sugar, meal, navy ibeans, etc., have
jumped like the "toean stalk," which
Jack climbed. The raise will be

MONTEAGLE
SUMMER RESORT

If jrou wish to go away lor the
summer pleasw correspond with Mr.
E. WUMttiUd, who conducts the
Cumberland noiuo at Monteagie,
Teuu. Hates, J 7 to $lo per week.

Two month' Chautauqua, from July

lat to AuKim oUt, which Is a fine

entertainment. .Monteagie Is on the

top of the Cumberland mountain,

over 2,000 ttvt above sea level. The

llneat mineral water, moet elegant
scenery east of the Rockies. For
health, pleasure, rest and beauty,
thero la no place like Monteagie In
tho South. Write at once to Mrs.
K. W. Williams. Proprietress, the
Cumberland Hure, Monteagie, Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. 6-13-tf

NOT SO STRANGE AFTEIl ALL

CROTHER NOT IN THE SAME FIX.
"Why do you object to vaccination?"
asked the busy magistrate sharply of
the applicant for an exemption certifi certificate.
cate. certificate. "It's a matter of conscience, sir,"
was the reply.
At that moment the clerk whispered
to the great man on the bench.
"Ah!" said his worship. "I am in informed
formed informed that you have a brother in
the police force. Now does he object
to having his children vaccinated?"
"No, sir."
"Very well; If vaccination la not
against your brother's conscience why
should it be against yours?"
"Well, you see, sir. It doesn't ex exactly
actly exactly follow. Bill, as you're talking
about, has got neither children nor
conscience."
He got his certificate. New York
Globe. j

seen to disap disap-of
of disap-of this "mael "mael-The
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You may think It strange that sol

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

Lepers' Island in France.
A lepers' island is to be established
In France, as the result of the sudden
discovery that more than six hundred
lepers are living in that country, cir circulating
culating circulating among the inhabitants. The
minister of the interior appealed to a
special commission of the French
Academy of Medicine to advise the
best means to prevent. the spread of
the disease, and among the various
measures recommended by the com commission
mission commission is one to make one of the
islands off the coast of France into a
lepers' colony, thus Isolating them
from the rest of the world. Not all of
the 600 lepers now known to the. au authorities
thorities authorities will be transferred to the
Island, but a special commission will
sit on each case and decide whether
the leper ehall go to the island or may
remain under treatment ia the coun

try.
THE CASE OF L. L. CAXTELQU

Adequate Provocation.
"Why did you beat Dobson so ter ter-rlbly?"
rlbly?" ter-rlbly?" said the judge, indicating the
bebandaged figure of the plaintiff.
"I asked him why a horse had run
away, your honor," explained the pris prisoner,
oner, prisoner, "and he told me that It was be because
cause because the animal had lost Its equine equine-imity."
imity." equine-imity." "H'm," said the Judge. "Dis "Discharged."
charged." "Discharged." Lippincott'8 Magazine,

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Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
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SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA $

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The case of L. L. Cantelou, Clare Clare-don,
don, Clare-don, Texas, is similar to that of many
others who have used Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme Remedy.
dy. Remedy. He says, "After -trying a doctor
for several months and using dif different
ferent different kinds of 'medicine for my wife
who had been troubled with severe
bowel complaint for several months,
I bought a 25c bottle of Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. After using the second bot bottle
tle bottle she was entirely cured." For sale
by all dealers. Adv.

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Ocala Auto Livery Company
PHONE. 125
MERCHANTS BLOCK
No trip too long, or none to short for us to make.
Prompt Service. Charges Reasonable
. C. H. COONER, MANAGER

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The Farmer You see, in the sum summer
mer summer the chickens come In my yard
every day and dig up my fresh-mado
beds.

City Boarder Why don't you buy j

some folding beds? Then they could
clcse 'em up during the day.

A" Sense of Duty.
The climate follows out a plan
That's fierce we cannot doubt It!
I'm glad I'm not the weather man
Who has to talk about it.

"Go Worth by Sea"
Merchants & Miners Trans Co.
STEAMSHIP LINES
J ACKSONVILLE
TO
BOSTON
NEW YORK
BALTIMORE
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
New Steamers. Low Fares. Besi
wervice. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JOXKS,
Agent. Com'l Agt
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street
Jacksonville, Fla.

greater if the war continues. Vege

tables are cheap. From the stands

one may buy cabbage at 1 cen a
pound, ibeans 6 cents a quart, pota potatoes
toes potatoes (Irish) 25 cents a peck, toma tomatoes
toes tomatoes at almost any price, peaches
(large Georgia size) 25 cents a bas

ket, onions 5 cents a dozen, water watermelons
melons watermelons 25 to 35 cents, cantaloupes,
5 cents each.
The shop windows are pretty and
there is a mad rush to "close out"
summer goods at "unheard of" pric prices.
es. prices. However, the stores must make
a profit to pay the great overhead

expense of rents, taxes, help, etc. It
is strange that they do so well con considering
sidering considering the whims and ever-changing
forms of fashion.
One day soon we plan to go sight sightseeing.
seeing. sightseeing. We desire to see Little It Italy,
aly, Italy, Little 'Africa, Chinatown, Coney
Island, Metropolitan Art Museum,
Bronx Park, Central Park and the
40-story buildings from the top.
Already we can see that this won wonderful
derful wonderful city is worth coming to. How
it is fed and how it is watered must
be greater problems than how it is

clothed an damused. Last night we

went on a stroll thru Broadway into

the theatrical district and looked in
the automobile stores at the 1915
models. The Hudson Car Company,
the Cadilac, Overland, the Hup and

others are vieing with each other to

see how much they can give the pur
chaser for his money.

Then ending our way thru what
seemed like a million we saw two
that we have not met for twenty
years. It is not possible to get lost,

seemingly.
Today I shall go to the stock ex

change, other points down town and

-Ellis Island. Will write of them.

Using Peat in Germany.
Peat coke in Germany Is proving
serviceable in many ways. It is not
only valuable for generating elec electricity
tricity electricity at moorland stations, but is
much used by blacksmiths and for va various
rious various metallurgical purposes, espe especially
cially especially as a substitute for charcoal
in producing high-grade iron. A new
turf-cooking plant at Elizabeth-Fehn,
Oldenburg, converts 30 tons of peat1
into nine of coke, with gas and tar
as by-products. Specially-designed
ovens are used and the gas generated
is made to heat the retorts and to
generate electric current to drive
the peat dredging machines. The
tar yields creosote oil, gas oil, par paraffin,
affin, paraffin, sulphuric acid and ammonia.

Rare.
"I heard yesterday of a married

man who took his handkerchief and ;
wiped, the paint off his wife's cheeks." i
"Is she going to get a divorce?" j
"No. She actually smiled while he

was doing it."
"I didn't think anything like that
ever happened."
"It doesn't happen more than once
In a thousand years." Baltimore Sun.

Splendid Remedy
For Eczema
Also for Salt Rheum, Acne
Tetter, Psoriasis and
Other Skin
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Oh, That Way!
"It's such a silly superstition to be
always picking up pins!" t
"You may call it a superstition if

you wish, but I know a chap .who
makes about $6 a week by doing it." j
"How can a fellow gather that
many?" j

"He works in a bowling alley.
Judge.

His Blunder.
"Why do you object to women run

ning for office?"
"Then we'd have petticoat govern-
ment."
"That shows how intensely ignorant ;
of existing conditions you are. Worn- j
en haven't worn petticoats for the

longest time." Pittsburgh Post.

"NO FISHING ALLOWED."

After usins S. S. S. for a while, the char
acteristic marks of all skin troubles changt
completely. When eczema ha3 becoiat
chronic the lower skin loses its power tc
divert impurities and thus they continue t(
gather in the weak spot3 or those alreadj
attacked. The action cf S. S. S. is that o:
an antidote, and this fact has been demon
strated time and time asain La the mos:
severe forms of weeping eczema.
fluence ia the tissues where the tinj
ol hlSiransfelr the red blood for the worn worn-bJd
bJd worn-bJd to the veins is quite remarkabk
t?, cnstantly with every tick ol
the clock the beat of the heart.
wmE ew Ekin Js thus caused to form
Xusl iSpSSTlt f IrrItatInS influences that
cause eczema are scattered and their harm harmful
ful harmful nature entirely suspended,
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n the blood because it contains no "dowe ls
entirely free of any mineral druzs oVan
effect fth?1 the rarkaUe meSfcina5:
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a decided improvement in any form of ekir
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"Naw, yous can't fish here! Go git
a bucket of water an' make a pond of
yer own!"

Unrewarded Effort.
Some poetry is not sublime
That groes the modern rounds.
The more you try to make it rhyme
The foolisher It sounds.

Easy Solution.
"And I say again, my fellow coun countrymen,"
trymen," countrymen," shouted the orator, "why
should not the man of the family be
the master in his own" house?"
"That's easy," yelled a listener.
"Becauseihls wife won't let him."

Their Class.
"My dear Gladys, What are all these
photographs of young men you have?"
"Those? Oh, they're only my col collection
lection collection of souvenir spoons."

OCEAN VIEW HOTEL

On the Atlantic ocean, seventeen miles from Jacksonville; facing
the finest, smoothest and broadest bathing beach in the world. The
summer climate Is cool and comfortable, to the surprise of our patrons
from other states, who have an idea that it Is hot because in the south.
Water temperatures are mild, hanging around 80 to S5, 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.. Week end rates $4.50.
W. H. ADAMS, OKner and Manager, Pablo Iteach, Florida

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The rest room which the Ocala merchants maintain for the use
of our out of town visitors who are in the city for a few hours
with nohing to do is located on the corner ol Fort Kin;: avenue
and South Main street, opposite the Theus-Zachry furniture
store. The ladies especially will find Comfort Ldge a convenient
place to rest during the day's chopping. The conveniences we are
able to otfer at Comfort Lodge are free and you are invited to
take advantage of them.
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If. you make us your Tailors. We
will mae you charmingly present presentable
able presentable in your outward appearnuce.
As stylish Tailors we easily take the
lead in this vicInIT. The best ma materials,
terials, materials, choicest patterns, sure fit,
stylish cut, and careful finishing
make the men who wear our Suits
the envied among their fellows.
And they are generally first favor favored
ed favored with the ladles, too. 1

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turned his camera to the north. The huge columns adorning this en entrance
trance entrance are of imitation Sienna and are in warm contrast with the
creamish gray of the "Travertine" plaster of which the walls are composed.
The friezes at the base of the columns and the spandrels above the archways
of the vestibule are the work of the sculptor Haig Patigian. In architectural
style the Palace of Machinery is early Roman. The architect Is Clarence E.
Ward of San Francisco.

PIN YOUR FAITH TO OCALA.
20 Per Cent. Real Estate Investment.
Does this Look Good to You?
Two small four-room tenement houses, in good
condition, lot large enough for two more houses,
in colored section, just west of S. A. L. Railway,
on South 3d street, now rented to good tenants and
paying 20 per cent on the price asked, S600 for the two.
Titles perfect. If interred see me at once. They will not be
long on the market at this prlc.
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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 lenis courts;
new and modern buildings; beautiful
campus; dormitories have all modern
conveniences ; new dining room and
kitchen most hygenic In Florida; 418
oung women from 49 counties and 12
states last session.
TUITION FREE In College and Nor Normal
mal Normal School. Board and entrance fees
for the year $124. For catalogue write
EDWARD CONRADI. President.
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8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal
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Teachers College; Experiment Station;
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Ten new brick buildings, besides gym
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TRIED TO BRIBE HER :

JB CHARLES PHELPS CUSHING.J
Mamie Skaggs was in one of ber
gloomy moods. It was a muggy eve-
ning that took j
the luster from
her policewoman's ;
star and the mili- ;
tary nattiness
from her uniform.
There was a
smudge of soot on :
one of her white j
gloves. Shej
twirled her club j
until it struck her
on the crazy bone.
A little farther
down the street
she sglashed into
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spoiled a shoe shine. An obstinate
look of hair kept coming down from
under her helmet.
Overcome with a sense of her un
fitness to ornament the highways, she
began to maneuver into the shelter of
every shadow. When a low-hanging
branch dashed off her helmet and fear
fully mussed her hair, she decided to
journey to the next signal-station by
way of the alleys.
For half a block she trudged down
one of these alleys where the black blackness
ness blackness was almost as unrelieved as in
cave. In the dark she quickly be
came again what we are accustomed
to describe as "manful."
A faint noise, something like the
snapping of a piece of kindling wood,
caught her ear!
It was followed by the unmistak
able tinkle of bits of glass dropping
on stone. Mamie paused and listened
calmly.
Five minutes later came some more
tinkling of glass and the thump of
two heels on the pavement The po policewoman
licewoman policewoman pressed a button and the
burglar was illuminated as if by a sud
den spotlight. He scarcely needed to
be told to throw up his hands. Mamie
dexterously acquired his revolver, his
tools and a jingling bundle in a canvas
bag.
Then she marched him on down the
alley and out in the glare of an arc
light. They were at the edge of a
little park. The alarm box, toward
which the policewoman was headed,
was in a shelter house straight ahead.
When they reached the door of it she
commanded:
"Step in!"
She followed him, switching on the
electric lights.
"Holy mackerel!" the burglar
gasped. "A woman cop! Pinched by
a skirt!"
"Put up your wrists!" ehe ordered.
"Not that way! Like this!" She
laughed. "You've never been arrested
before?"
"Never by a woman," he agreed.
"Cut that stuff," she Interrupted
testily, "or I'll paste you one over the
dome."
"Did any one ever tell you that that
uniform sets you off handsomely?"
"No!"
"Well, it does, Just the same
though, it would make most women
look as ugly as a. clay bank."
"I'm sure it's very kind of you to
say so-"
"I mean it," he Insisted. "I wouldn't
take the trouble to say so if I didn't.
I honestly admire you."
"Lord! The nerve of, the man!"
she sighed. "What blarney!"
"Blarney, nothing! What am I to
do? If you were In my place, and
knew you had only a few more min minutes
utes minutes of freedom, and you found your yourself
self yourself alone in the park with a handsome
;oung lady, wouldn't you improve the
shining moment? The answer is
Yes!'"
The big blue eyes surveyed him
hungrily.
"Billy!" she cried. "I'm plain as a
brick wall. Why, I've never even had
a proposal!"
The burglar gasped astonishment.
"How the devil could that be? Un Unless
less Unless you wouldn't let them?"
"I'd let them soon enough," she as assured
sured assured him. "Nobody ever wanted to."
The burglar made a fine figure as
he drew himself up like a soldier
about to salute a superior. But as he
tried to straighten his arms' the hand handcuffs
cuffs handcuffs jingled. The policewoman vol volunteered
unteered volunteered to take them off.
"Don't!" he protested. "I deserve
them, all right. I don't ask unfair
favors."
Her embarrassment was extreme,
amounting almost to nervousness.
"I was about1 to -say," he continued,
"that you're braver and franker and
more handsome than any other woman
I ever met. And if you've never had a
proposal you're about to hear one now.
I'm not a crook. You guessed that
right enough when you put the hand handcuffs
cuffs handcuffs on me. I'm an excitement-crazy
adventurer, making a fool of myself
on a bet. A lot of women would like
to have me. I don't mind telling you
so. If you'll shut up about this little
escapade and let me sneak away, I'll
give you my written word of honor
that I'll marry you. My name
Swift, and straight the policewom policewoman's
an's policewoman's club descended on his head!
He sank forward limp and gasping.
Her cheeks burning with indignation,
Mamie turned her back, dashed across
the room and rang in an alarm on
the Gameweil box.
That done, she knelt on the floor,
her eyes brimming with tears, and
pillowed the burglar's head on her
lap.
"Beast!" she sobbed. "He tried to
bribe me!"

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OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

-MAIUOX-IH X MASONIC LOUGH
Marion?!) ui:i Lodse No. 1U, F. &
A. M... meets on the first and third
Thursday evening or" each month at
7::; o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ordkr or i:asti:kx star
Ocala C ha iter. Xo. 20, O. E. S..
meets at Yonpe's hall the second an.i
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month a: T :j o o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in Vonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at S o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, X. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge Xo. 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
WOOIMEX 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 NO. 280, R. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 28C, 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. v Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
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 Y'onge's Hall
on. the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE
Southbound
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
H:S0 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
n.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
Q:S0 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited ltaves Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p..m.
Northbound
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrive.
Jacksonville 6:4b 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' 1 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.
RHEUMATISM PAINS STOPPED
The firt application of Sloan's
Liniment goes right to the painful
part it penetrates without Tubbing,
it stops the Rheuamtic Pains around
the joints and gives relief and com comfort.
fort. comfort. Don't suffer! Get a bottle to today!
day! today! It is a family medicine for all
pains, hurts, bruises, cuts, sore
throat, neuralgia and chest pains.
Prevents infection. Mr. Chas H.
Wentworth, California, writes: "It
did .wonders for my Rheumatism,
pain is gone as soon as I apply It. I
recommend it to my friends as the
best Liniment I ever used." Guar Guaranteed.
anteed. Guaranteed. 25c. at your Druggist. Adv.
Tues Thurs and Fri.
Appropriated Her Tea.
The nrost embarrassing moment of
my lifo was when touring in Ireland
I stepped from our train on to the
platform at Athlo e and saw a boy
running along ;b ? platform with a cup
of tea and bread and butter. "How
much is it?"- says It. "Sixpence he
say3.
I was devouilng it ravenously when
a lady with two children thrust her
head out of tte next compartment.
Locking at me ?.ngrily and yet good
naturedly, she said: "That's a mean
Yrnkee trick.- I ordered that at the
station above to meet me here." Ex-cl-ange.
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.
J. E. FRAMPTON
PIANO TUNER
Located In Ocala. Fla., Expert woric
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
distributor
W. W. Kimball Co.. Ocala.

GREAT IS VIRTUE OF GAIETY
These Who Have Traveled the Hard
Roads of Life Will Recognize Its
Eeneficence.
Gladness is a pilgrim's virtue, and
the more cur life has within It the

quality of the true pilgrimage, the
more necessary is joy for Its perfec perfection.
tion. perfection. If we had more mirth in our
religion, it would not only be strong stronger,
er, stronger, but more gracious and effective.
I do not know if anything finer could
be said of any of us than was said
by a traveler of his companion: "So
long as the journey lasted, the joy
lasted also. There was never a mo moment
ment moment but wa3 blissful, never a con contretemps,
tretemps, contretemps, such as Is unavoidable on
the road, but he, In his beautiful con contentment,
tentment, contentment, laughed it away." When
our journey Is over and friends recol recollect
lect recollect our influence over them, I thing
we would rather have that testlmbny
than any. This task of bearing ever a
glad heart is by no means an easy
one. The truest laughter does not
spring from the heart that always
takes life easy and knows no burden.
The souls In which laughter triumphs,
are those which have the heaviest bur burdens
dens burdens to bear, and are well acquainted
with sorrow.
In the wonderful prayer Robert
Louis Stevenson wrote for his house household
hold household at Samoa, there Is one petition
which must always touch the heart
of those who know his life: "Give us
courage, and gaiety, and the quiet
mind." How few of us venture to ask
for gaiety as a divine gift! Selected.
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FAMOUS FOR MANY CENTURIES
Jewel Known as Kohlnoor, In tha
British Diadem, Has Most Re Remarkable
markable Remarkable History.
The first owner of the famous Koh Kohlnoor
lnoor Kohlnoor or "Mountain of Light" dia diamond,
mond, diamond, was, according to legend, the
hero Kama, whose deeds are cele celebrated
brated celebrated In the "Mahabharata," and who
is said to have carried the great
stone some 5,000 years ago. The Koh Kohlnoor,
lnoor, Kohlnoor, brought to England from India
and presented to Queen Victoria, made
Its first authentic appearance in his history
tory history in the fourteenth century, when
Alaed-din carried it to Delhi. At that
time It Is said to have weighed 793
carats. It appeared In the great dia diamond
mond diamond market of Golconda In 1550. The
lack of skill of a Venetian lapidary,
Hortensio Borghese, reduced Its
weight to 279 carats. After the sack sacking
ing sacking of Delhi in 1739 the diamond went
to Afghanistan, and it belonged in
turn to several Afghan rulers. Thence
it came Into the possession of the
Sikh chief, Runfeet Singh. Upon the
abdication of the last ruler of the Pun Punjab,
jab, Punjab, and the annexation of his do dominions
minions dominions to the British empire, in 1849,
the great stone became the property
of the East India company, and was
by it presented to Queen Victoria. It
was recut soon afterward, and now
weighs 102 M carats. It Is beyond
price, although $10,000,000 has been
given as a fair valuation.
Oil and Gas From Bricks.
Recent experimenting in the Peter Peterborough
borough Peterborough (England) brickyards with, a
patented process for extracting oil,
ammonia, and gas from burning bricks
Is likely to have an important com commercial
mercial commercial significance. All bricks made
from the Oxford clay In the neighbor neighborhood,
hood, neighborhood, of Peterborough burn of them themselves
selves themselves in the kiln, because of the bi bituminous
tuminous bituminous matter" they contain, and
that bituminous matter yields oil, gas,
and ammonia on heating in a retort
out of contact with the air.
Patents have been granted to an ex ex-scholar
scholar ex-scholar from the Cathedral grammar
school, Mr. G. P. Crowden, who has
Invented an apparatus to modify the
present brick-kilns, so that the waste
heat from the burning bricks may be
used for heating the retorts, and fur further,
ther, further, that the green bricks themselves
may be retorted, and the oil, gas, and
the ammonia recovered from their.
The results are said to be most &Lca &Lca-ishing.
ishing. &Lca-ishing. WHEN' YOU ARE TIRED
of paying retail paint price for the
Linseed Oil, in Ready-Mixed paints
buy one gallon of
which is ALL PAINT, then add one
gallon of Pure Linseed Oil, at Lin Linseed
seed Linseed Oil Price, and you will have
TWO gallons of Pure Linseed Oil
Paint, at a clear saving to YOU of
one dollar or MORE according, to
the price of Linseed Oil. In addi addition
tion addition you will have one of the most
durable paints obtainable since it is
a Pure Linseed Oil Paint.
REGISTRATION -NOTICE
The registration book for district
Xo. 1. 6cala). will be open on Tues Tues-dav,
dav, Tues-dav, Wednesday and Thursday of each
week from the 1st Monday in August
till the second Saturday In October.
1914. In all other districts two days Id
each week from the 1st Monday In
September till the second Saturday in
October This registration does not
apply to any person who was a regis registered
tered registered voter prior to Jan. 1st. 1914.
Those who registered this year for the
flrt time In Marlon 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. XL BARCO.
Supervisor Registration Marlon Co

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Funeral Directors
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Nine Lots
50 1-2x105 feet.
Close in, in Marion
Addition to Ocala,
for the unheard of
price of
$400 Cash.
for the entire nine
lots.
If interested inquire
at this Office.
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For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1. I
Your Order will have Z
Immediate Attention-
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop. J
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Why not now?
Ornamental Vases I
S of all kinds I
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See, Phone or Write j-
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I WOODMAR SAND AND :
STONE COMPANY
5 Phone 331, N Main St i
I OCALA, FLA.
L. ALEX AM DEE
PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives -more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Boy or Girl? :
Great Question!
ThIs brings to many minds an old" and
tried family remedy an external ap-
plication knerrn as
C-- "Mother's Friend."
A VV iOyl During the period of
plied to th3 ab abdominal
dominal abdominal muscles and
Is designed to sootho
the Intricate r.etworlc
i Ilk Tn 4 m nrifi
i VSV has such a rplendld
influence as to justi justify
fy justify Its use la all cases cf coming-mother-hood.
' It lias .been ccneraHy rec recommended
ommended recommended for years and yecj-s and thoso
who have used it ppeak In hljhest praise
of the immense relief It affords. Particu Particularly
larly Particularly do these knowing1 met hers speak of
the absence of morningr sickness, absence
of strain on the ligaments and freedom
from those many other distresses usually
looked forward to with such concern.
There Is r.o question but -what
"Mother's Friend" has a marked tendency
to relieve; the ralnd and this of Itself la
addition to the physiral relief has given
it a very wide popularity among women.
Tou can obtain "Mother's Friend at
almost any drug store. It has helped &
host of mothers to a complete recoTery.
It is prepared only by Era1fleld Reg Regulator
ulator Regulator Co.. 3C1 Lamar Eldg., Xtlanta. Gcu,
Avoid the rza.-rrr worthless substitutes.
Advertise In the STAR for results.

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THR OCAIjA EVENING STAR. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1914

OCALA OCCURRENCES

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Masons meet tomorrow night.

WEATHER FORECAST

Moose meet tomorrow evening.

Unsettled tonight and Thursday,

probably local thunder showers.

(Band concert Friday night.
Onion sets for fall planting. Ocala

Seed Store. 8-18-tf

IT WILL. RE PUT TO BETTER USE

A majority of the county com mis

sioners, so the Star is informed, are

Flower pots and jardiniers in all in favor of letting the colored peo-

8izes at Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf pie use the old jail for their hospi

tal, and the keys have 'been turned

Ladies muslin underwear at act- over to Rev. G. B. Wilson, -who is

ual oost; must foe sold NOW. Klein's prominent in the movement.

Selling Out Store. 8-12-tf

Mr. iH. S. (Wesson went down to

i)r. u. jv. uajie cspeciaiisi, n-ye, xne lane yesteraay aiternoon tor a

- rri a. s m t 1

;ar, iose mm mnmu vuice uw short stay. -He will enlov the fish-

Library Building, Ocala. Adv.

ir you neea naraware, give up a

call. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf

ing and swimming while there.

Just remember we "keep garden,

farm and work shop tools and imple

ments. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf

Mr. Troy Hall is the guest of

friends in the city, coming up yes

terday from his farm at Wildwood.

The many Ocala friends of Mr.

David iKdrkland of the Oklawaha

River Farms are nleased to have

Xnthinf- fintr napTrwl than ,th I . ...

0 I'ntm at hrvmo n p-n i n n f tor a inner

groceries handled by the Smith, ciaa nf tcUs in

irocery Jo.

Phone

434.

8-17-3t

bama.

The entire line of LADIES' SILK

Messrs. C. iE. 'Winston and AV. B

HOSIERY is being sacrificed at clos- Ga her are exicted nome tomor-

ing out prices at the Klein Selling

Out Store. S-17-tf

row fro ma week's visit to their var

ious customers in tne middle sec section
tion section of the state.

The wars have caused prices to

soar upward everywhere except at
Carter's (Bakery, where you get the

BIG LOAF of ibread for 5 cents just An

as you did "before the wars be begun.
gun. begun. 8-19-tf

AX ORDINANCE

TIE MARKETS

COURAGE OF A HIGH ORDER

NAVAL STORES

Turpentine

New York, Aug.

rosin,

19.

Officers and Privates of Regular Army
Risk Almost Certain Death in
Search for Comrade.

43:

BRIGHT OUTLOOK

FOR BASERALL

Ordinance

Discontinuing

Eustis and Ocala will play ball to

morrow afternoon on the Ocala dia-

.1 ,4 7 . V. tl

II1UUU. A Idl g UUULUVl III IUUWJIS

are expected to come up with the

iEustii nine.

that

'Portion of North Third Street
Lying Between iBIocks Seventy Seventy-Nine
Nine Seventy-Nine and Eighty, Old Survey,
Ocala.
Whereas, That piece of ground
lying .between blocks seventy-nine
and eighty Old Survey of the city of
Ocala, and designated on B niton's

map of said survey as part of iNorth

Have you tried that good 50 cent Third street, has never -been opened

candy at Gerig's? This week f jr or used as a street,, and the same is

35 cents. I not needful or available as a nublic

thoroughfare or street; and,

Mr. Oscar Tignor of the Helven- h Whereas, 'by the abandonment by

Eton stpre, returned last night from the said city of said piece of ground

a short trip to St. Petersburg, where for street purposes, a strip of

he was the guest of relatives. ground on the north side of said

block eighty can ibe obtained for the

Towels, table linen and spreads purpose of widening the street on

now going at cost, at Klein's Sell- the north side of said 'block eighty,

ing Out Store. 8i2-tf which is desirable in the public in

terest; therefore,

I T ji. j : i v i. i i-iji. ." n

Mr. J. W. Crosby has returned "y UUUi

-frnim Kw Vrrrfc tP.-ttv whr witVi w ilw U1 xj&ia.

V M-m-m V WW A W A ,J f WW AM.-A s WW K. M-M A
young son. Master Powe Crosby, he

has .been enjoying an outing. 'En ground lying (between (blocks seven-

route home they visited many rlaces and eighty, Old Survey of

of interest, both in Washington and ,0cala and designated on the map of

Section 1. That all that piece of

Richmond.

The reason why we are not hav having
ing having any weather reports now-is that

the weather machine is broken. "Mr.

(Weihe has sent for another, and it

depends on the 'apidity with which

the red tape unwinds as to when we

-shall receive it.

said survey as part of North Third

street, be and the same is abandoned
and discontinued fby the city of
Ocala, as and for a puiblic street or
highway.

Sec. J. This ordinance shall take

effect immediately upon its passage.

Good Prospect that the Season Will

be Wound Up With Some
Snappy Games
Manager Hunter informs the Star

that the outlook is first-rate for a

number of good ball games at the

end of the season.

In the first place, the game tomor

row will be with Eustis instead of

Starke. It was Mr. 'Hunter s under

standing yesterday afternoon that
Starke would play. Later, he found

out that the Starke team wanted to

play next Thursday. Consequently,

he closed arrangements with the
Eustis team, which will come up for

the half-holiday game tomorrow aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. It is a very smart team, and

has won a number of games in its

territory this season. 'Its coming

insures a lively game, and the Star

hopes the attendance will be large.

Mr. Harvey 'Hutchinson, one o

Gainesville's diamond enthusiasts.

was in ttie city last night, and prom promised
ised promised to do his best to arrange for a
series of games between his town
and Ocala. It was agreed on between
Mr. Hunter and Mr. Hutchinson to

arrange for five games, beginning in
Ocala Thursday, Aug. 27, and to be

played at the rate of two a week,

the teams of the two cities exchang exchanging
ing exchanging visits. 'Participation in these

games is to .be confined to amateurs.

If this series begins according to
program, it will shut Starke off from
playing next Thursday. 'Mr. iHutchin iHutchin-son
son iHutchin-son 'has much influence in his -home
city, and will probably be able to
arrange for the Gainesville-Ocala

games, and it is to be hoped that he
will.
The Star regrets to report that
the visit here from the Clearwater
team is probaoly off. There is some
disagreement in' Clearwater, one
party wanting to send out an all all-amateur
amateur all-amateur team, another to hire a pro professional
fessional professional or two. Ocala would be
glad to have them come under either
arrangement, tho of course it feels
like an all-amateur team will be the
fairest to its own nine.
It is very likely that the Ocala
team will be able to play Palatka
again before the season ends; also,
Lakeland, whose team has accumu accumulated
lated accumulated considerable rep. The Ocala
team is pretty well shaken down :by
this time, and all are confident it

will play (better ball at this end of

the season than at the beginning.
The two junior teams expect to
play a game tomorrow afternoon,
after the main game is over.

Others ftsed Eve's Enlightenment.
A Kansas City minister recently r

nlnded his congregation that Eve did

Good Mothers In Japan. lot realize she lacked clothing until

Mrs. R. P. Alexander, delegate to ,ne ate tne apple. "And," he added,

the National Congress of Mothers I wish a few of the women of my

from Japan, told at the congress of congregation would eat an apple."

the beautiful home life of the Jana- aas City Star.

nese. The mother's Influence is al always
ways always direct and personal and children
Bre never punished. The mother never
epeaks to the child in anything but a
pleasant voice, even when reproving
It "The mother of Japan is one of
the real mothers of the world," she
Eaid. The mother, 'and the father as
well, thinks that nothing is too good
for the children and mothers' clubs
are regarded as very important.

A story of daring feats In mountain
climbing by two officers and two en enlisted
listed enlisted men of the First and Second
regiments of infantry of the Hawaiian
brigade who sought In vain to Uearn
the fate of a private who wandered
Into "Hell's Pocket" In the Koolan
mountains, Hawaii, has reached Wash Washington
ington Washington In a report of commendation
from their commanding officer, Brig. Brig.-Gen.
Gen. Brig.-Gen. Clarence R. Edwards, U. S. A.
The exploits of the mountain climb climbers
ers climbers are described in the officer's report
as the most perilous ever recorded.
They surmounted cllfTs that are al almost
most almost inaccessible, dangled thousands
of feet in midair as they were lowered

down the sides or precipices ana
trailed ledges where a misstep meani
instant death.
The officers commended are Second
Lieutenant Thomas J. Camp, Second
infantry, and Second Lieutenant M. F.
Nichols, C. A. C. The enlisted men
are Corporal Farmer and Private Mld Mld-klff
klff Mld-klff of the Second infantry.
The detachment, with 4,000 feet of
small rope, took six hours of hard
climbing to reach the crest of the
range, which Is described as virtually
a knife edge with sheer cliffs on either
side.
Private MIdkiff, a Kentucky moun mountaineer,
taineer, mountaineer, was the first to volunteer to
go down on the other side of the preci precipice,
pice, precipice, where the officers believed the
trail led. Gen. Edwards In describing

the work of the detachment said:
"Private Midkift was swung over the
cliff by a rope the size of a middle
finger, followed by Lieut. Camp. Later
Lieut. Nichols followed, and then Cor Corporal
poral Corporal Farmer. These men for three
days prosecuted the search In a howl howling
ing howling wind and gale, in driving rain and
enshrouding mists, on ledges of rotten
stone and vegetation, endangered by
fallen boulders and rocks. A slight
slip when not tied with a rope meant
death.
"They were swung down to vertical
pocket after pocket averaging about
fifty feet. These men knew that it wras
Impossible that the man unaccounted
for would be alive, and therefore we
have the fine picture of these young
officers putting their lives In jeopardy
several times to rescue the body of a
private, the kind of work that empha emphasizes
sizes emphasizes the interest taken by the officer
in the soldier."
Gen. Edwards also gives particular
praise to the work done by Private
MIdkiff and Corporal Farmer.

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

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

Transferable Distinction.
Markley (to pestering insurance
man) "Look here, when you talked
to me last year, you told me that
the company you were with was
the best in the world." Agent
"My dear sir, it was at that time,
but the company I am now with, hav having
ing having since had the benefit of my cerv cervices,
ices, cervices, has, of course, taken the honor
away from it."

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

Flowers and Politics.
.The election for members of the
French chamber of deputies is .over.
The campaign in one district brought
forward a poetic theme. This was in
the great flower-growing district of
. pannes-Grass. In the. polemic out outbreak
break outbreak of the opposing candidates were
heard the words "neroli" and "petit "petit-grain."
grain." "petit-grain." Neroli is the commercial des designation
ignation designation of orange flower. It is a sou souvenir
venir souvenir of the Princess Neroli and the
name was chosen by the producers of
the department of the Maritime Alps,
for to the princess was credited the
establishing of the perfume industry

v hich has since had such a remark remarkable
able remarkable development in that region. Ne Neroli
roli Neroli is often sophisticated by the addi addition
tion addition of other essences. One of these
is called "petit-grain," which is not
of the floweT, but of the leaf and fruit
of the orange. This is why the two
candidates shouted in the midst of
the melee the cries "Neroli!" and

petit-grain! Incomprehensible to a

stranger as were once shouted the

battle cries "Montjoye!" and "Saint-

Denis!"

fiorida title and abstract corporatioB

ocala, fla.

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. 3Iea!s a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
For 35 cents we will give you one
pound of Cadet Chocolates, tlus
week only. Gerig's Drugstores.
For one wreek only. Cadet Choco Chocolates
lates Chocolates 35 cents for one full pound, at
Gerig's Drugstores.

For the next thirty days we will
sell stock, poultry and cattle pow powders
ders powders and (medicines for one-half
price. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf

UNCLASSIFIED ADS

lost Found, Wanted, For' Sale
For Rant ant 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 Florida.
ida. Florida. S-17-6t
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
ofllce. 8-12-6t
WANTED Steady tenant for fur furnished
nished furnished room; two blocks from A.
C. L. passenger depot on Oklawa Oklawaha
ha Oklawaha avenue; modern conveniences;
rates reasonable. Address Room,
Star oflfice. 8-15-6t

Famous American Roads.

Something over 200 years ago there

was built the first great American
highway, ."the old York road," be between
tween between New York and Philadelphia.
The construction of this famous road
in 1711 was an example that led the
colonists at other points along the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic seaboard to make similar roads
where there were no water routes.
For the most part these roads were
built by chartered .companies, and

were called turnpikes or toll roads-

Pennsylvania, Connecticut and New
Jersey had many roads of this kind.
The first macadamized road in. this
country was constructed in 1792 be between
tween between Philadelphia and Lancaster. In
1811 there were said to be 4,500 miles
of chartered turnpikes in New Eng England
land England and New York. During the next
20 years the government expended
many millions of dollars in construct constructing
ing constructing great highways, but the panic of
1837 and the building of highways
and canal3 put an end to that branch
of "the government work.

We Are N oW 'ftaasti

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Baby Cut Off 200 Phones.
The birth of a baby in the home of
Matteo Gionotti of Merlonville, N. J.,
cut off all telephone service In that
section for the greater part of the
day,rto the rage of 200 subscribers.
The boy arrived at the Gionotti
home 'shortly after midnight. There
was nobody around to help Matteo
celebrate, so he grabbed his ehotgun

and proceeded to blow holes in the

atmosphere.

Mr. Newton, the phone company's
wire chief, discovered the lines were

useless when he came to work early
in the morning. He searched until

late in the afternoon. Then, opposite
Gionotti's place, he found the broken
wires hanging loose from the pole.

with about a pound of shot in the
cross-arm. Gionotti told all about it.

Newton started to swear, changed hia

mind, grinned, said "Hope the kid's

all right," and started repairs.

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of Poignant Appeal. A drama of

human suffering. A wonderful story

of splendid, single-Handed victory

over countless difficulties.

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