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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLOKIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1914
NO. 197
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111 HOLDS HALF OF KING AL AL-BERT'S
BERT'S AL-BERT'S COUNTRY

ITWERP WILL FIGHT TO THE LAST, WHILE FR

' ENGLISH III THE SOUTfllKE THE OFFENSIVE

EfiCH AND

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Ghent, (Belgium, Aug. 21. tBiru

J the capital of Belgium, is now,

icupied by the Germans. King Al

ert arrived at Antwerp today,

here his government has been es-

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nal stand at Antwerp. Germans are
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ponea in possession or .Mecnun,

5 miles from Antwerp and Aer-

jphot, following-fierce fighting.
I Thousands of cattle and sheep

ave 'been driven into the city and
uartered in the parks.
DESPERATE STAND AVILL BE
3IAWE AT ANTWERP H
Antwerp, Aug. 21. German, cav-

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lie city. Communication with the
Outside world will probably soon 'be
jevered. A steamer is held ready to
nke the queen and her children to

lonana u tne city is attacKea.
The house of deputies is (meeting
i the Flemish opera house, and the

enate In the Dutch theater.

Antwerp is strongly fortified. Its
orthernmost forts are less than haif

mile from the Dutch line.

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SERMANS HOLD ALL NORTH AND

WESTERN BELGIUM

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London, Aug. 21. All communi-

ation with 'Brussels has ibeen inter

rupted. The Germans now occupy

Jill north and western iBelgium.

FINE STRATEGY, SAYS FRANCE

Paris, Aug. -21. The fall of Brus Brus-els
els Brus-els without a .shot being fired in its

lefense is explained today by the

"rench war office as a startegic
nove that caught the Germans in a
rap. The war office states that the
orts at Liege and Namur. are still

held by Belgians.

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ALL CHRISTENDOM (MAY JOIN
tHE CATHOLICS IN SORROW
AT PASSING OF THE
PONTIFF
ORome, Aug. 21. Glad in gorge gorge-ous
ous gorge-ous vestments the body of Pope Pius
was 'borne to St. Peter's Cathedral
today, "where it will lie in state until
placed in its last resting place above
the massive .bronze door at the west
wing of the Vatican. He requested
in his will that his "body be embalm embalmed.
ed. embalmed. .He left all 'his property to the
church, asking his successor to give
$60 a month to his sisters.
The conclave to elect a new -pope
has been delayed by war. 'It is ex expected
pected expected to sit next week.
DIED OF GRIEF
.The pathos of the pope's death
has tbeen accentuated by the death
of his sister Anna. Always she was
at this (bedside in times of sickness
and she wras kneeling near Mm when
he 'breathed his last.
The sister was assisted from the
room and collapsed soon af terwadrs.
Dr. Amimi attended her but alarm alarming
ing alarming symptoms developed, with high
fever from which she did not Tally.

LINE

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DUTCH PEOPLE HAVE PROVIS

IONS FOR ONLY SIXTEEN
DAYS
Amsterdam, Aug. i21. The gov-

ment advises the people of 'Holland

'to practice the strictest -economy.
iThere are provisions for -but sixteen

lays now available in (Holland.

For the next thirty days we will

on stock, uoultry and cattle pow

ders and .medicines for one-half

rice. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf

AUSTRIA ALREADY BEGINS TO
DRAW ON HER RESERVES
London, Aug. 21. The Austrian
government has issued a final call to
arms of all able-bodied men 'between
the ages of 20 and 42. This will
bring out about 400,000 additional
soldiers.,

W AR INSURANCE BILL
PASSED AT WASHINGTON

Washington, Aug. 21. The Sen Senate
ate Senate has passed the war insurance
bill.

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SUCK LITTLE HEATHEN DISCLAIM AM
PHILIPPINES OR SAMOA

DESIGN Oil

Tokio, Aug. 21. A strict censor censor-Ship
Ship censor-Ship throughout Japan was ordered
today. Preparations for war with
Germany are being rushed. Ger Germany
many Germany has .made no reply to the Jap Japanese
anese Japanese ultimatum.
The newspapers are publishing
emphatic denials that Japan seeks
to acquire the Philippines or
Samoa.

PUTTING GUNS III

BETTER POSITION

GERMANS ARE PREPARING TO
RESUME THEIR ATTACK
ON NAMUR
Paris, Aug. 21. -It was officially
announced this afternoon that the
German troops on both sides of the
Meuse river near Huy were engaged
in a concentration movement. The
attack on Namur has been resumed
with renewed vigor. The German
siege guns have 'been placed in new
positions.

SETBACK TO THE RIVER SEILLE

French Admit They Have Been Re Repulsed
pulsed Repulsed in Lorraine
Paris, Aug. 21. The war office
admitted today that the French in invading
vading invading Lorraine had been forced by
the Germans to retreat to the iSeille
river.

CLOSING

ON CATTARQ

FRENCH AND MONTENEGRINS
ATTACK. CITY BY LAND
AND SEA
Cettinje, Aug. 21. The bombard bombardment
ment bombardment of the Austrian forts on the
Gulf of Cattaro by the French war warships
ships warships and Montenegrin artillery con continued
tinued continued today. The fall of Cattaro is
believed to be imminent.
(MONTENEGRINS VICTORIOUS AT
GRAVAHO
Home, Aug. 21. Montenegrins
defeated the Austrians at Gravaho
after an all day fight. Two hundred
Austrians were taken prisoners.

FRENCH SOIL IS FREE

After Eighteen Days, Germans Have
i Made No Advance
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London, Aug. 21. The Germans
have at last occupied (Brussels, hut
in Aisaop they seem to be making
no advance.. The latest report is
that the French 1 'have recaptured
Muelhausen and; it still seems true
that after eighteen days of fighting,
there are no German troops on
French soil.

Advertise in the STAR for results.

SUMMARY OF TODAY'S DISPATCHES

Russians, after two days of hard fighting, have captured the city of
Lyck, in Eastern Prussia.
Servians claim to have captured Corsada and that the fall of Vise Vise-grad
grad Vise-grad is imminent.
German cavalry in sight of church steeples of Antwerp. Belgian
government is now concentrated at Antwerp, which is strongly fortified
and prepared to make a desperate defense. Communication with Brus Brussels
sels Brussels lost. Germany now holds all northeastern Belgium.
People of Holland have food ahead for only sixteen days, and their
government has advised them to pracctice the most strict economy.
Remains of Pope Pius are lying in state at St. Peter's cathedral at
Rome. The pope has left all his property to the church. His sister,
Anna, died with grief last night.
Conclave to elect the new pope may assemble next week.
Reported that Brussels surrendered without resistance. City was
not fortified. Forts at Liege and Namur still hold out.
Belgians preparing to make final stand -at Antwerp, which place Is
fortified and provisioned. German advance in 15 miles of Antwerp Antwerp-Japan
Japan Antwerp-Japan rushing preparations for war with Germany. Japan dis disclaims
claims disclaims any aggressive intentions on Philippines. Germany lias not re replied
plied replied to Japanese ultimatum.

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iLondon, Aug. 21. -A dispatch
from Venice says the raid iby French
and (British warships In the Adriatic
Sea has caused an indescribable
panic in Trieste. People are leav leaving
ing leaving rapidly. A train is held ready
to take the governor and other offi officials
cials officials away as soon as the hostile
fleet appears before the city, leav leaving
ing leaving the mayor to surrender to save
the city from heing wrecked.
HAVE DEPLETED THEIR LINES
All the soldiers on the Adriatic
coast have been sent westward to
aid in the attack on France.

LOST THEIR LICK

HARD LUCK OF GERMANS IN
EASTERN PRUSSIA
St. Petersburg, Aug. 21. Rus Russian
sian Russian Cossacks, after two days' hard
battle, entered the city of Lyck,
eastern Prussia, twelve miles over
the German frontier.

French war office admits French advance in Lorraine has
checked.

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French fleet and Montenegrin army attacking Austrians at Cat Cattaro.
taro. Cattaro. Austrians admit they are hard pressed. People leaving Trieste in
a panic.
Reported, tliat 40,000 Portuguese troops are embarking for England.

MAY BE A MISTAKE

REPORT THAT PORTUGAL IS
PREPARING TO REPLACE
BRITISH RESERVISTS
Paris, Aug. 21. It is reported
that 40,000 Portuguese soldiers are
going to England. (Reservists will
be called to the colors to replace
them.
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ASKS AMERICA'S AID

China Is Anxious for Uncle Sam's
Help at Kiao Chau
Washington, Aug. 21. Most sig significant
nificant significant of the day's developments in
the (European situation here was the
inquiry of the Chinese government
of the United States whether the
latter would undertake the trustee trusteeship
ship trusteeship of the territory of Kiao Chau,
transferring it immediately from
Germany to China.

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CANT LET CANADA IL1VE FAST
YACHT FOR A SCOUT
Boston, Aug. 21. Tho cruiser
steam yacht Tarantula, which was
sold by Vanderbilt to a citizen of
Montreal, who in turn intended to
turn it over to Canada for a scout,
cruiser, was 'held up today by a rev revenue
enue revenue cutter. It is explained that the
departure of the yacht would be a
violation of neutrality and could not
t9.taroied..
TRYING TO REDUCE TAXES

SERVIANS CLAIM MORE
VICTORY ON THEIR SIDE

Rome, Aug. 21. The Servians
claim they have captured Corasda
and say the fall of Vlsegrad is imminent.

ALL GERMANS ARE HARD UP
Copenhagen, Aug. 21. Germany
has declared a (moratorium for three
months.

Mr. Trammell Thinks the State Can
be Ron on Five and a Half (
Mills
Tallahassee, Aug. 21. -For 6ome
weeks Governor Park Trammell lias
been gathering information that he
may. determine What, reduction if
any he could make in the state tax
millage for the 1914 assessment.
About the first of August he was
satisfied he could make a reduction
of one and one-half imills in the
pension tax and so ordered, but to
determine whether or not still fur further
ther further reduction of the state millage
could be made, it was necessary for
him to take further time to gather
moTe definite data from a large
number of tax assessors. He asked
the assessors for this information,
and now since receiving reasonably
accurate Information from practical

ly all of the counties, the governor
has reached the conclusion that act acting
ing acting within his discretion to lower
state millage, he will reduce the said
state millage of 7 hi mills as fixed by
law, to 5 mills, for the assessment
of 1914, and has made proper or orders
ders orders covering the reduction.
The effects of the order reducing
the millage Is that the amount of
taxes which will be paid for 1914,
will 'be nearly $600,000 less than
would have been collected had the
millage remained at seven and a
half "mills. Gov. Trammell believes
in keeping taxes as low as reasona reasonably
bly reasonably permissible considering the nec necessary
essary necessary expenses of the state govern government
ment government and also thinks the tax ipayers
should not ibe required to pay trach
high taxes as to create a large sur surplus
plus surplus In any fund, upon which the
state would get only a small rate of

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1914

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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
I5ITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
Tft- i, Carroll. General ?lanagcr Port V. Leavengood, Business 31anager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

IMPROVEMENT OP

tin, R. S.. Rogers, J. H. Benjamin,

THE OKLAWAHA J- D- Rooney.

Leesburg: E. H. Mete, chairman;

Meeting of a Body of Representative ; J- Y- Clark, A. B. Efird.

PHONE 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
ne year, In advance.".. . .$5.00
months, in adUance. 2.5
Taree months, in advance.. 1.25
One month, ja advance.... .50

(Foreign)
One year, in advance .$8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One moDh, in advance SO

There is no real money except
gold and silver. (Banknotes, cer certificates
tificates certificates and bills from the dollar
bill up to the thousand-dollar yellow yellowback,
back, yellowback, are only promises to pay. No
amount of legislation or sophistica sophistication
tion sophistication can change this fact.

The Times-Union calls attention
to the fact that Germans has a war
treasure of five hundred million
marks to begin the war on. A mark
is only 24 cents, and 500,000,000
marks is only $120,000,000. At the
very best estimate, not enough to
pay German's war bill more than
sixty days.

Notwithstanding the destruction of
water-borne commerce all over the
-vsorld It is not thought the traffic on
the Ocklawaha will be interfered
with. Tampa Times.
INo; it is growing steadily.
Launched a big freight boat a few
weeks ago; going to launch a fast
.jpassenger packet in a few weeks
vmoTtj.

Some of the potmetal war pictures
are too funny. One shows several
.ranks of soldiers, evidently on dress
parade, and labeled ."Servian Infan Infan-ttry
ttry Infan-ttry Marching to the Frontier." The
men are marching in even ranks
jsrith regular step, heads up, should should-..
.. should-.. ers iback and guns at the carry. Now,
"Who in blazes ever saw infantry on
r.t the march with guns at the carry.

Annie Moorhead; for the university,
Messrs. Carlton Ervin, Robert Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay and Robert Moorhead. There
will be others probably before he
leaves.

We "believe that some centuries
ago over in (England they used to
hang men who .put up the prices of
food on the people without justifica justification.
tion. justification. If we'd just try the experi experiment
ment experiment over this side we'd find a re remarkable
markable remarkable difference in the size of
: next 'Saturday's grocery bill. Tam-
jpea "Times.
We couldn't stand the sort of a
Kovernment that would hang people
for such offenses. The tStar will help
the Times to lynch a few of them,
.mo.

The Short Talks man of

Times-Union bas 'married. He is on

' Si is ibridal tour. When he returns
. his ink-tea slop will be gushier
than ever. It is so wishy-washy
jfjiat it makes a soft place in the T. T.-XTs.
XTs. T.-XTs. editorial page. Clearwater
Sun.
The Sun is too severe on Short Short-Tjilks.
Tjilks. Short-Tjilks. The Star bas never consid

ered his department either witty or

statesmanlike, but it' is interesting
and encouraging to people the state
over who are trying to make im improvements.
provements. improvements. That is what it seems
Intended for, and it well serves its
; purpose.

TOTAL ECLIPSE OF
THE SUN TODAY
Were the world a little less ad advanced,
vanced, advanced, there probably would have
been the wildest consternation to today
day today in Russia and thruout that part
of 'Europe embroiled in war, because
at noon there was an eclipse of the
sun that was total over a part of
(Russia and was partial over all that
part of the continent where men are
fighting.
Despite the wide-spread know knowledge
ledge knowledge of astronomy of the present
day, it may well be said that the
peasants of Central Europe and
Russia, drafted as they have been
from their 'homes and field to fight
in a war, the purpose of which tehy
cannot comprehend, the obscurity of
the great luminary just around mid midday,
day, midday, may incite a feling of terror
that might upset the plans of the
generals.
Time was when such a phenome phenomenon
non phenomenon 'would undoubtedly have been
construed as an omen, the demon demonstration
stration demonstration of God's displeasure with
the warring nations.
The eclipse today is the (most im important
portant important one of the year. It cast a
total darkness over a strip of Russia
runnig from Rigadon on the Baltic,
to the Crimea, stretching thru the
polar regions of North America thru
Scandinavia, Asia Minor, Persia and
India.
All of Europe, a portion of Africa
and Asia and a part of North Amer America
ica America that reaches down nearly to New
York, falls within the partial eclipse,
the shadow of the penumbra. Where
the eclipse is but partial, the disc of
the moon creeps across the face of
the sun little by little, but will never
wholly obscure the orb.
But, -where the eclipse is total,, the
moon entirely covers the sun and the

the Inhabitants of that region will see

tne most wonaerrin pnenomenon
known to astronomy the corona of

the sun. Great -waves of incandescent

gas, bundreds of thousands of miles
long, reaching out from the sun Into

the etberr may be perceived. The

countryside takes on a sinster night-

gray color and tints of nature pale
and deaden as at twilight, the tem

perature falling perceptibly and
birds, believing that night has come,
hush their singing and seek their

nests.

The eclipse is a recurring one. It

happens at the end of every eighteen

years and eleven days. It is caused

by the imoon coming between the

sun and the earth at such an angle

, Among those whom the editor of that tne sun is wholly obscured from

he Star had the pleasure of meet

ing at Leesburg were Mr. J. W. Bell,
-editor of the Tavares Herald and a

skilled, old-fashioned printer, as

well as a competent journalist, and

Mi Clarence 'E. Woods. wbo be-

a part of the earth and partially shut
off from a much 'greater area. The
eclipse that occurred today was ob

served July 28, 1878 and August

9, 1896.

In Russia the total eclipse lasts a

Citizens at Leesburg Thursday
It seems to the Star if there ever

Mount Dora: J. P. Donley, J. D.

Price, J. L. (Maddox.
Tavares: T. W. Hunter, H. C.

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was a term of Congress at which a j Duncan, J. W. Bell, W. G
ivers and harbors bill should pass, Talley.

It is this one.
The war has arrested many move

ments of industry and

Long,

Eustis: C. E. Wood, A. L. Rus Russell,
sell, Russell, J. F. St. John, G. W. Holmes.
Okehumkee: T. C. Mastick, T. M.

paralyzed iVinslow, G. P. Tyler, A. T. Knight.

some. How better can the govern government
ment government spend the people's money than
in now giving employment in work
that will be useful as soon as com completed
pleted completed and from then on to all time,
Such is the work planned in the
rivers and harbors bill, all approved
by skilled engineers of the war de department,
partment, department, (none of whom have any
reasons for graft), and all anxiously
hoped for by the people whose lo localities
calities localities it eff:ects. i
It Is possible that this bill would
have gone thru ere now, but for the
noise made by the muckrakers, and
the silent, but powerful opposition
of the railroads, all of which latter
are opposed for selfisb reasons to the
Improvement of any waterway.
Theodore Roosevelt makes some
very telling remarks once in a while,
and his characterization of a certain
class of people as "muckrakers,"
took a term from old-fashioned lit literature
erature literature and put It where it had a
place to fill in latter-day politics
and (business.
The name of muckraker applies
most plentifully to a number of pub publications
lications publications which pose as reformers
and friends of the people, and style
the rivers and harbors bill as the
"pork barrel." Either these publica publications
tions publications have not investigated the mer merits
its merits of the bill, and denounce it on
the same principle that they de denounce
nounce denounce everything they are not pe pecuniarily
cuniarily pecuniarily interested in trying to
make capital for themselves with
readers who desire all that is hon honest
est honest in public affairs, and are rather
Inclined to be taken in by any ex expression
pression expression that sounds outspoken or
else they are making a display of
honesty to conceal some bigger ras rascality.
cality. rascality. Let us take up for instance the
bearing the rivers and harbors bill
has on the peninsula of Florida. This
part of the state is covered with a
network of lines, by three bfgr rail railroad
road railroad systems. If these roads were
fair to the peple in their rates there
would be very little need for Im Improvement
provement Improvement in our waterways. Very
few places in the state are depend dependent
ent dependent on water transportation. But
the railroads are not fair. Tbey
have put up rates so high that all
the people are unduly taxed, and
they are also discriminating in their
charges so" that some places places
that already have water trasporta trasporta-tion,
tion, trasporta-tion, by the way- can do fairly well,
while others can barely exist.
iNow, the Oklawaha river, ra
which this section is most interest interested,
ed, interested, is a narrow and crooked stream,
but it has been recognized as as nav navigable
igable navigable by the government for over
three quarters of a century. In the
course of Its windings, it touches
many important points, either locat located
ed located on the railroads, or near to them,
and it is perfectly certain that as
soon as freight business attains its
just proportion on the Oklawaha,
railroad f reigbt rates must be reduc reduced.
ed. reduced. So the Oklawaha river appropria appropriation
tion appropriation would at once put a large num number
ber number of people to workpeople, by
the way, -who need work,, and "would
spend their wages right at home.
There is no reason to make any alle allegations
gations allegations of grait in connection with

this undertaking. Everybody who

stows more care per square inch on few (mimites more than two hours,

with partial eclipse of a like period.
In France, Belgium and Germany,

the nartial ecliDse lasts about an

Ills paper, the Eustis Lake Region,
than any other newspaper man in
JFlorida. If this scribe ever does get

week's fishing with that Lake coun

iy bunch, Corley, Pratt,- 'Bell and
Woods.

a week off he is going to go for a .hour and a j-alff from eleven o'clock

in the morning until half an hour

past noon.

In the northern part of the United

States where the partial eclipse was

Prof. Arthur M. Williams, M. A., visible, it occurred between five and

representing the State College for six Oiock this morning

Women, .Tallahassee, and the Uni

versity of Florida, at Gainesville, is

in the citv securing recruits for

those two splendid schools. Mr.

IVilliams savs that while reserva

tions at the college are being taken,

and the list of students this year is

5oing to be long, that 'Marion coun-

tr is not as well represented as it

should ibe. 'He reminds Marion

county people of something they do

im& all think of, and that is they are

sill taxed to support the state insti-

An esteemed Florida contempor

ary fears this country cannot exist

for a year without trade "with Eu Europe
rope Europe and yet the South lived at

home for four long years. Times-Union.

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WING to the great demand for rooms, we

have opened the house for the accomodation

of the public. The remodeling of the house!

has not been completed, and the formal opening
will not take place nor will all rooms be ready be-1
fore September 15th. However we. have ample1
first class rooms, with every modern convenience
for all who may apply. No flies, no dirt, airy aidj

comiorcaDie, ;
We are spending 515,000.00 on and in the OcIa
House, and no hotel in the state will be better
equipped to care for the traveling public, and at
moderate prices.
LOliiS M. LOHCf, Manager

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We mean are you getting the service we wish to give you and fs-bJ
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you ought to have? We believe you are. Most of our customers t
satisfied, and we are proud of the fact. But if there 13 anything wrd

in our relations we want to know it NOW, so we can do our part
straightening it out before the rush days come.

Oeala lee & PacMejj a

The meeting was called to order
in the Leesburg opera house at 10
a. m. Mr. Mote was elected chair chairman
man chairman and Mr. Rooney secretary. The
organization adopted the name of
nri Sm t T T

Committee
'Mr. Mote opened the meeting with
a few explanatory remarks, and
reading a telegram from Senator
Fletcher.

Secretary -Rooney, '-in his usual X::!:X:X"XX:

lucid style, explained the work al already
ready already accomplished, all of which
has also been faithfully recorded in
the Star.
The following letter, -which was
presented by 'Mr. Mote, was adopte'd.
It is to be sent to a thousand repre representative
sentative representative citizens of this section,
each of whom will be urged to
write to bis representative, to en encourage
courage encourage him to work for the needed
Improvement:1
Dear Sir:
The section of Florida traversed
by and adjacent to the Oklawaha
river and its tributaries, Is vitally
interested in the early passage by
Congress of legislation affecting the
improvement of this river, known as
the Oklawaha project, and embodied
In the rivers and harbors bill, which
Is now before the Senate. For many
years the -peopleof this section have
labored unceasingly to have the gen general
eral general government Improve this river,
believing, as we do, untold develop development
ment development in this rich and fertile section
of Florida would result therefrom.
The project has received the approv approval
al approval of the engineers for rivers and
harbors, has passed the House and
is now in the Senate.
The important factor that has re retarded
tarded retarded the development of this sec section
tion section of Florida has been excesisve
freight rates. Our chief industries
are the growing of fruits and vege vegetables
tables vegetables and the production of lumber,
rosin, turpentine and other forest
products which are consumed by the
markets of the country, but under
the present excessive freight rates,
frequently we are unable to market

our products at a profit. Then too

we have to suffer' from high cost of
transportation on incoming freights.
The improvement of the Oklawaha
river, by giving a competitive water-

war transportation system win

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greatly reduce the cost of transpor-F7"-05 Cincinnati Ohio.

tation and open up markets for our IT" ; 6 T
nroduets that we now cannot reach. G2-c5 -Denver, Col.

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of tons of which lie dormant because
of the excessive freight charges to
transport to the potteries of the
North.
The "present delay in the Senate
on this bill has compelled the stop stoppage
page stoppage of many projects thruout the
country in which the people are vi vitally
tally vitally interested; it has' stopped all
work of a development nature in
this section which is looking for the
early passage of thl3 bill. We are,
therefore, appealing to our many
friends thruout the country for as assistance.
sistance. assistance. We are sending you this
letter asking that you write your
Senators' and Congressmen and
bring such influence as you can to
bear on them to speedily pass the

SUMMER EXCURSION RATES
VIA

STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
FVoinni Ocsilai

$1&50 Marietta, Ga.
$39.05 New York, X. Y.
$31U)5 Philadelphia Pa.
$41.80 St. Louis, Mo.
$93.55 San Francisco, Cal.

TICKETS SOLD DAILY. FINAL LIMIT OCT. 31.
STOP OVERS ALLOWED
For Information and reservations call on A. C. L. Ticket Agent,
J. G. KLRKIiAND, Division Passenger Agent,
TAMPA, FLORIDA.

I Tftl M 1 TT T lit DAOftKlir

knows anything knows that men who uu n s

carry out contracts for the United yu caQ tnis 'Deuer navin

rr

When the European war game is

finished and the cards have been

riven their last shuffle, it's a safe

bet tnat the deck will be shy a few

tnn nnd that thev sleeo on their t.

t- u a n Tvof.nWa But there s no promise that there
rights when they do not patronize 1 iC

rrtain it is that our state 11A A ur iaai

t.hp dftiife will not still hp tn nlv

Institutions are among tne nest m ---

. sf 1 -Miami .ueLropoiis
the world, and it is to the interest

o tn fipnrl thftir child

l w 1 nrF!V A' ivn Yrr.irr

wn trv t.hftm unless thev have a SDe-

e-ml reason to send them elsewhere.. M ft, . lunces

llr. Williams has secured the follow- at any hour. Adv.

Jug students here for the college,

S3ses': Oladys Martin, Annie Pope Onion sets for fall planting. Ocala

-sftnn. Wvnona Wetherbee and I Seed Store. s-18-tf

States government earn their money.

And when this work is complete

it will increase the business, In

crease the commerce and lower the

expenses of the people of seven big
counties, with-over 200,000 popula population.
tion. population. Isn't there a good deal of reason
to believe the railroads, which have
so fully proven to the people of pen peninsular
insular peninsular Florida that they are against
reasonable and equable freight rates
are working against this proposi proposition,
tion, proposition, which if carried out will make
the people so much better able to
help themselves in freight transportation.

Thp Star, -while most interested

in its own plan for improvement, is
willing to believe from what it
knows of the needs of its own peo people
ple people and possibilities of its own sec

tion, that, the river and harbor bill,

so far from being a "pork-barrel"
measure, is honest legislation and of
prime necessity to the country at
large.
While the foregoing was not open openly
ly openly expressed, it was doubtless the
sentiment of the considerable body

of representative business men of

the Oklawaha region which met in
Leesburg Thursday morning, the
same being the special Oklawaha
Ri-er Committee. The meeting was
composed of the following:
Ocala: -T. T. Munroe, R. L. Mar-

some friend write who stands closer

to your representative,' but in any
event, your effort in our behalf at
this time will be very much appre appreciated
ciated appreciated by the undersigned as well as
by the citizens of this section of
Fuorida.
PertinentResolntlons
A committee consisting of Messrs.

Rooney. Wood and Bell, was del

egated to draw up the fpllowing res

olutions, which were unanimously

adopted:

Whereas, The Oklawaha River
Improvement Committee, assembled

at Leesburg, Florida, August 20,

1914, fully understanding the con

ditions of and importance, not only

to Florida, but to the inland water

navigation of the entire' country;

and,

Whereas, Those projects included

in the appropriations for Florida as

shown in the present rivers and bar

iDors Din now pending oeiore our
Senate, if postponed and not passed

at the present session will seriously

delay and damage work already un

der way by the government by pro

cess of deterioration, also work al

ready accomplished.

Vherea3, The territory affected by

the Oklawaha river project and con

tiguous thereto Is among the richest
and most productive in our state

(Concluded on Page Four)

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The Management of DR. McCLAN
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner

of Public Square, entrance oetween ine
Murray o., and Troxler's stands.
Iiarger quarters, more fully equipPd nd wU1 bo
strictly ethical lints.
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AxUa, UOA1A EVENTS Q STAR. FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1014

TU1UZ1Z

ART LOT
OF SHARPSHOOTERS

Briggs of.. New Jersey, carrying the
regimental championship which the
First District of Columbia to.!: a
jear aso; the eominy taam cham championship
pionship championship contest xcn the last fvo
years by the First Division of Cl n
Ua; the Sea Girt chauvlz'zi race
for the melal indicative of the indi individual
vidual individual championship presentel by
Governor John H. Fielder of New
Jersey, the ner; all around champion championship
ship championship match with pistol, ri.Te and shot

j sun for the trcphy given by Colonel

of New York; and the

team match which the .Man

hattan Itifle ani Revolver A"cia A"cia-tian
tian A"cia-tian grabbe.I the last two yea 5 af after
ter after Squadron A of New Yzr'.z had
taken the honors eight years in recession.

f ember 8. It .is the twentv-

th annual Sea Girt battle for

ksmanship honors, which this

presents a program of fifty-

n matches nn:Jer the joint aus-

s of five organizriens, the lar-

Jrifle tourney in thj (East since

national matches were t?.'.:en
1 here to Camp Perry, Ohio sev sev-years
years sev-years ago.

from August 24 to September 2

be shot the matches of the his-

c National Rifle Association of

3rica, the $500 Nevada trophy
eh of the American Association
nternational Riflemen, the New
ey State Rifle Association and
New York State Rifln A?.o?i-?-

lmaiches. which have been held

' ..1 1 11 1

iiuiur itiiifcO ami since Duuei Duuei-iug
iug Duuei-iug citizens forced the closing of
state's superb new range at Elau Elau-two
two Elau-two years ago.
hen come3 from September 3-3
climax divisional a cempetiticn
he national team, individual, and
ol matches under the direction

the war department and the nat-

il board for the promotion of
i" practice in the Unite! States.

m the fifty-seven niatches-wevol-

, rifle and pistol are hung up
,000 in prizes, besides handsome j
)hies. To the butts will come!

crack shots of the east in the
tional Rifle Association's contests,

hng which is the 1000-yard bat-

for the $500 cup presented in
5 by the (National tRifle Associa-

i of Great Britain, won last year
Corp. T. E. Vereer, 1 4 th U. S.

'nntry; the three long-range match

the Leech 'Cup, presented by
tain (Leech of the Irish team in
! 7, captured a year ago by G. "W. ;
sley. of Connecticut and previous-1

won twice by Capt. K. K. V. Casey

Pennsylvania and Capt. Guy H.

ierson of Ohio -and once by Maj.

111am B. Martin of Xew Jersey;

'contest for the Marine Corps cup
sen ted 'by officers of the United
tes Marine Corps and landed last

iriby.J. W. Hessian of Connecti

ve four-man companyteam

impionship fight won the last two
irs by company 'K, First District
Columbia; and the regimental

hmpionship match, iby six man

kms for the Rumbold trophy pre-

hted by the '.adjutant general of

ssouri which the Fifth 'Massa-

usetts bagged in 1913 and the
rst District of Columbia in 1912.

The Association of American In-

rnational (Riflemen 'will shoot its

itch for the $500 CCavada silver

iphy at 600, 900 and 1200 yards
iicjf Captain (Emerson of Ohio

& a year ago and Sargt. P. S.

ioiTield, of 'Massachusetts won in

be Trained by United States to

hard the Country in K vent of

a Foreign War
;agirt, N. J., Aug. 21. The rat-

f rifles among the contesting j an Ior ne
T. H. Keller,
)sof -picked hair trigger sharp- j revover teaiE

Iters from the United States in-4

ry,. cavalry and marine corps and
1 the National Guard of the DIs DIs-.
. DIs-. of Columbia and Atlantic coast

bs from Maine to Virginia break

he Jersey range 'here next Mon- Among the ten matches s:lieduled

August 24, to continue until the New York Rifle Asociation

are the McAlpin trophy, :e?.: of
eight at 600 and 1000 yars, for
the trophy presented 'by General E.
A. McAipln; the Cmlkshar.!- trophy,
tan!3 of six at 5 CO and 600 yards,
fcr the $300 trcphyicntcl C A.
Crfkshank and the revolver
team contest for the $100 trophy
presented iby Capt. .Reginald iH. Say Say-re
re Say-re of the first troop, First Cavalry
(formerly Squadron A).
Democratization of rifle shooting
among the militia of the United
States is the object of radically new
national match rule in force this
year -the rule that gives enlisted
men of ten of the twelve posts of
honor on the team. 'Ever since the
national -match was authorized by
Congress in 1903, shooting member membership
ship membership on the state and service games
alike has gone, for the most part, to
officers. Two years ago began
to spread an idea that if rifle shooting
and rifle tournaments were to serve
the cause of national defense in a
thoroughgoing manner, they must

bull's eye from 36 to 30 inches. This
decrease in the size of the bull's eye
is the result of the really amazing
advance in marksmanship among
both militia and service contestants
since the tournament got under way
a decade ago. Bull's eye hitting had
become so easy that it was necessary
to increase the difficulty in order to
maintain lively interest.

Path cf the Kzkzpo.
Several birds make regular i?Ati to
and from their rescrt3. Tiice cf the
Antarctic penguins are noted by all
explorers in their region. Very no noticeable
ticeable noticeable are those in the haunts cf the
kakapo, the large, rock-dwelling, burrow-nesting
owl-like parrot of the
mountains of New Zealand. They
beat down regular paths along the
spurs and ridges where they abound,
so that a person might be excused for
supposing they were meant for human
feet. It is along these avenues that
the birds go to and fro cn their noc nocturnal
turnal nocturnal rambles, and as they march
they snip off and perhaps eat every
protruding spear of grass or weed,
keeping the path perfectly clean.
When the path is buried in snow the
still follow it on the surface and soon
beat down a track.

, A coat now and then of DAVIS'
OLD COLONY.WAGON PAINT pre pre-serves
serves pre-serves your wagons and farm implements-and
makes them look like
new. IOR SAL.E BY THE MARION
JIAIIWARE COMPANY. 3

The eight man team ibattle for the

1,000 JDryden trophy, given by the

te Senator John F. Dry den, of New,
rsey, and won the last two years
- Massachusetts and in 1911 by

hio is the chief event on the pro-

am of the New Jersey Rifle Asso Asso-ation.
ation. Asso-ation. Other matches under Its
isplces is that for the Sadler trophy

iven hy Adjutant General W. F.
idler, of tNew Jersey, and captured
t 1912 and again in 1913 by Massa Massa-msetts;
msetts; Massa-msetts; that for the Briggs trophy
fonated 'by the late Senator F. C.

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lannfng for tha
Stork's Arrival
Among, those tilings which all' women

OUld know OI, ana man ui txifiii viw,
(' is a splendid ex-

sold in most drug:
stores under the
name of "Mother's
Friend." It is a
I.eaetratlns liquid
and many and many
a mother tells how
It so wonderfully
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$ jjr--' the period of expec-

v- -f jf-g chief purpose is to render the
' .Vns, ligaments and muscles so pliant
-iv nature's expansion may be aecom aecom-blisliod
blisliod aecom-blisliod without tho ntense strain so
Lften characteristic of the period of
fTtiectancy. ...

At any rate it 13 reasonable to oelieve
einrA "Mother's Friend" has been a

Companion to motherhood for more than

Pould be given the Inexperienced roother
San to surest its daily use during: ex-
r)elSfCat any drug store for "Mother's
Wtend" a penetrating-, external liquid
Inf creat help and value. And wrie to
dSld Regulator Co., S02 Lamar Bldg..
I ?SSa Gafor their book of useful
Cnd mely information to expectant
Others It contains many sujrgesticaj
S?t of interest to all women,

be brought nearer to the mass of
men who in time of war would do
the shooting to the enlisted men
not to the officers to the fellows
who would carry the gun. It was
all too apparent that officers who
had 'become expert shots were hold holding
ing holding team membership too exclusive exclusively
ly exclusively in spite of various elimination
rules. The movement for reform
started last yar at the Camp Perry
tournament when the state of Ohio
relegated its old time cracks to the
rear and sent into the fight a team
composed entirely of enlisted men.
The New York team this year will
again be captained by Lieut. Col. N.
B. Thurston, for a quarter of a cen century
tury century the leader of the 'Empire 'State
By this new rule regarding enlisted
men New York loses two of its
most expert shots Major Arthur
Kemp and Major A. F. Wells. The
state's aggregation of enlisted men

is 'being trained on the Peekskill
range.
The 'New Jersey team will (be com composed
posed composed entirely of enlisted men and
will be in conrmand of Major "Will "William
iam "William B. Martin, for a decade a mem member
ber member of the state team, who in 1913
took the place of Brig. 'Gen. Bird W.
Spencer as team captain.
By action of the further netf- rule
that team captains must rank -below

colonel, the Massachusetts team
which arrives here the first week
for practice under local conditions,
loses its leader of the last four years
Col. Joshua D. Upton. 'He will
accompany the team, the captain of
which will be Capt. Kingsley Allen
Burnham, ordnance department.
The District of Columbia team,
which is training on its range at
Congress Heights, will be in charge
of Lieut. Col. C. B. Young, captain
in 1911 and leader of the United
States "free" rifle team in the inter international
national international matches last year.
A further radical alteration in na

tional match conditions this year is.

that rule which is designed to allay
the dissatisfaction that has been
steadily rising among the guards guardsmen
men guardsmen the last half a dozen years on
account of the severe handicap they
were under in competition with the
United States service team which

with endless ammunition and with
unlimited time for practice have
been able steadily to swamp the
militia teams when it came to the
skirmish firing stage. On the skirm skirmish
ish skirmish field it was that the .New York,
New Jersey, Massachusetts, Penn Pennsylvania,
sylvania, Pennsylvania, (Maryland, District of Co Columbia,
lumbia, Columbia, Ohio and other teams found
themselves slaughtered by the regu regulars.
lars. regulars. At the suggestion of Lieut.
Col. Thurston of New York last
winter, the national board for the
promotion of rifle practice directed
that beginning this year militia in interest
terest interest in the matches should be
fostered by making the national
match course the same as the course
over which the war department
sends the guardsmen for their reg regular
ular regular record firing for qualification;

that is, that just the skirmishing
should be eliminated and that slow
fire at 500 and 600 yards and rapid
fire at 300 yards should be added.
In addition to these modifications
for the 1914 tournament are the
charges from private to government
ammunition and the decreasing of
the 500 yard and 600 yard' scoring

Old Men Like Novels.
I asked the custodian of a large
library about the fashion in books,
says a writer in the Philadelphia
Ledger.
"Most of the men above fifty," said
he, "who come here read novels. The
young women also ask for fiction.
When it comes to. men from twenty
to fifty, many more of them want
scientific books dealing with present present-day
day present-day affairs, like politics, financial
questions and history, or books of
travel."
I asked him what the elderly wom women
en women preferred.
"Very few come." he replied.
As for poetry, thi3 custodian said
there seemed now to be no desire
whatever. Re-reading of the old po poems
ems poems does not appear to Interest elder elderly
ly elderly people, and the younger folks have
not acquired the taste for verse.

She Was Wise,
A student took a lovely young
woman to the theater the other night.
He busted himself buying the tickets
and he didn't enjoy the show much,
because he kept thinking that maybe
she would expect him to take her Into
the drug store and buy her something
before they took the car for home.
So soon as the performance was
over he said:
"Have you been reading all these
dreadful exposures of drug store bev beverages
erages beverages in the Home Muckraker? It's
awfully Interesting. Doctor Wiley tells
of how a young woman went to a soda
fountain, drank a popular drink and
dropped dead."
"How tragic!" murmured the girl,
with shining eyes. "Let's you and I
go in and take a drink and die to together!
gether! together! Won't that be romantic
Cleveland Plain Dealer.

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NOTICE
All tire- end 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. 6-28-tf

THE CASE OF L. L. CAXTELOU
The case of L. L. Cantelou, Clare Clare-Jen,
Jen, Clare-Jen, Tena, 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
tor several months and using dif

ferent kinds of medicine for my wife4

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.
Do3'e Pr'.vUe-c P.eilrictcd.
That the law no lender concedes
that a dog is entitled to cne bi:e is
held in Legault vs. Malacker before
the supreme court of Wisconsin, in
which a father sued for damages for
the death of his son, who died from
wounds caused by the defendant s dog.
The trial court sustained a demurrer
to the complaint, but in reversing the
decision the supreme court said:
"Where a complaint alleges that a dog
attacked and wounded a person, who
at the time was where he might law lawfully
fully lawfully be and in the exercise of Ordi Ordinary
nary Ordinary care it is unnecessary to go
further and allege that the dog was
vicious or mischievous. Sch a dog
is necessarily vicious, and a separate
allegation to that effect is unneces unnecessary.
sary. unnecessary. The lav.- no longer Allows a dog

his first bite,' 3 was scud to be the
case before the passage of the law
abolishing proof of 'scirnter."

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

berlain's Liniment and observing
the directions with each bottle. For
sale by all dealers. Adv.

Society Tots in Bronze.
Bronze statuettes of children in the
preparation of which several sculp sculptors
tors sculptors are now busy, will represent the
latest fad in St. Louis society. The
subjects are the sons and daughters
of some of the most prominent fami families
lies families and they are being modeled as
children of 1914, in their everyday
clothing and in their most accustomed
postures. The youngest of subjects,
thus far modeled is Edward Mallinck Mallinck-rodt,
rodt, Mallinck-rodt, two years old, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Mallinckrodt, Jr., of 2
Vandevecter place. The child is showrn
in jumpers. St. Louis 'JKspatch in
New Yo-k World.

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For completeness and comprehensiveness, it is
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machine. It matters not what purpose whether straight
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Real Weak Point.

Men, for the most part, have more

food ideals than they are capable of
ising. The weak point in people is
lot in their knowledge of good and

ivil nor in their desires to be good,
iut in their wills too weak to realize
he longings cf the spiritual nature.

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CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00,
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He Kept on Climbing.
"Have you ever heard Jimklns re relate
late relate about the time he got half way up
Mont Elanc with one of his little
nephews and no guide?" asked one
man of another. "How long ago did
he tell you about it?" was the evasive
reply. "Last March, when he'd Just
got home," said the first man. "Well,"
said the ether, "in eight months since
tbn he has climbed the rest of the
way, succored a fainting guide and
sustained a snowstorm on the summit,
resuscitated two benumbed strangers
on the way down and guided the en entire
tire entire party to the foot, where a group
of frantic relatives was waiting."

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Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and
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The Arithmetic of It.
The pupils in a school were asked to
give in writing the difference between
a biped and a quadruped. One boy
gave the following: "A bipd has two
legs, therefore the difference be between
tween between a biped and a quadruped is two
legs."

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

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Smith Grocery Co. (Except Feed Stuffs and Special Sales
Day Bargains 3 Per cent
Hayes & Guynn, Dry Goods 3 per cent
Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture 10 P61 cent
A. M. Lansford, Music Dealer.... 10 per cent
Miss Mary Affleck, 31illinery 5 per cent
B. Goldman, "Why Tay More?" 5 per cent
Little's Shoe Parlors, Shoes 5 per cent

To illustrate how the plan will save you money and bring back the equivalent in cash, just what
the paper has cost you either the Evening Star or Weekly Star:, Suppose your first call, after receiv receiving
ing receiving the coupon book is at the grocery store, you trade twenty dollars worth, you give the clerk $19 or
your check, and hvj 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 2oc coupon straight straightens
ens straightens you there. Suppose the purchase Is only $1 at the next store; 95 cents In cash and a 5 cent
coupon pays it. Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; it would take your entire
$5 coupon book, but it would save you a FIVE DOLLAR BILL.
Just keep In mind, when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat your cake and keep it too,'
if you take advantage of our MERCHANTS' CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
paper, come in, pay up and get a book. If you are not now taking the Evening Star or the Weekly
Star, come in and do it now, and get a coupon book. You can send yo t remittance by registered
letter, check or express money order, and coupon book will be mailed to your address.

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IMPROVEMENT OF

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
THE OKLAWAHA
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(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)

Thought for the Day
A merry heart doeth good like a
aiiedicine.

.Mr. vv. -u. .-uiMim ieii, yesieraay
or a few days visit to a schoolmate

In :t Ptfrshiirer

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. Tydings
returned this afternoon from a trip
to the Manatee section and St. Pe Pe-tersburg.
tersburg. Pe-tersburg. .'.
Miss jBettie Mclver expects to visit
with friends and relatives at Lake
Weir next week.
JMr. and Mrs. Emmett Robinson,
prominent and popular residents : of
Ocala, passed through Orlando yes yesterday
terday yesterday from Tampa en route home.
- Orlando Sentinel.
C It. Tydings and wife of Ocala,
spent yesterday in the city visiting.
Mr. Tydings was looking after 'busi 'business
ness 'business interests. St. Petersburg
.Times. '.
air. and Mrs. Roy Bowers and
'iazaily are guests for a few days of

Miss -Mamie Taylor at her attractive

little summer cottage at 'North Lake
Weir.
O. O. Tlgnor, a papular shoe sales salesman
man salesman in a large retail shoe store in
-Ocala, spent the day in the city visit visiting
ing visiting witih old friends. iHe is an old
.acquaintance of J. M. Barco. -Clear-.water
Sun.
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-"Miss Georgia Borger is expected
liome from the University of Chi Chicago
cago Chicago next "week and will bethe guest
or her parents, aptain and Mrs. G.
H. orger -until she goes to Tampa
for the opening of school. Lake
City Index.

Airs. Sidney (Haile will return from

!HuntinsIdarMCity, Va., tomorrow,

'wtoere she wag called last Monday toJ

3.he bedside ofher mother, Mrs. M.

Venerable. Mrs. (Haile's friends will

sRb rlpHRff1 tn bam ithnt hor mrtTror

is greatly improved.

"Mrs. Jessie 'Haycraft, who is

; spending a aengnuui vacation at
;Tate Springs, Tenn, is expected'home
' ahout the -latter part of next week.
Sirs. Way craft has visited the milli milli-axsry,.
axsry,. milli-axsry,. market in Atlanta during 'her
absence and selected one of the most
up-to-date and modern line of goods
ever before carried by this popular
.establishment.

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" TVTt n n1 lYTrc AT ITT! IRnhinsnn flnrl

daughters, Misses Fannie and Rose-

lm& iRobinson, left today ; for a

l&ngfhy -visit to friends and relatives

"31iss Sallie Spurlin, who has been
-he -guest of Miss iRena Smith for the
past fortnight, returned to her home
at Lake Weir this afternoon.
."ate. W. .K. Zewadski and little
boh, who had expected to leave for
their home in Tampa on Thursday
afternoon, deferred their journey

Kmlfl today, Mrs. Zewadski, Sr., en-

Those present were Mrs. Van Hood,
Mrs. E. P. -Rentz, Mrs. J. M. Gross,
Mrs. F. R. Bridges, Mrs. .R. A. Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, airs. R. A. Burford, Jr., Mrs.
J. E. Chace, Miss Mary Burford,

Miss Alice Bullock and Miss Ruby

Gissendaner. The afternoon with

Mrs. Zewadski was one of great

pleasure.
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A Family Reunion
Col. R. F. Rogers and Mr. B. F.
Condon went out to" the home of Mr.

Charles Rogers yesterday and at

tended a family reunion dinner

and such a dinner as is only set out
by a Rogers family In that neigh neigh-horhood.
horhood. neigh-horhood. Present and participating
in the dinner were Col. .Rogers, Mr.

Condon and the families of the fol

lowing, Messrs. Charlie Rogers,
Norman Fort, Tobe Fort, Bill Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, .Neal Stanaland and O. H. Rog

ers.

and its commerce and development

is being retarded hy failure to carry
out this 'project, which, on account

of failure of your government to

appropriate as heretofore and make
this navigable. As we all know, the
Oklawaha river has -been navigable
for more than sixty years and would
have been the strongest competitor

of the railroads had this policy been
carried out.
Therefore, be it Resolved, That
we urge our Senators and Represen Representatives
tatives Representatives to stand firm and demand
that the rights of the great citizenry
of Florida .be upheld. 'We further
endorse the annual bill policy adopt adopted
ed adopted in 1910, and reiterate our confi confidence
dence confidence in you and all standing for
same and again urge this bill be
passed at the present session of
Congress. J. D. Rooney.
C. E. Woods.
J. W. Bell.
Motion by Mr. Mattox that the
Jacksonville, Green Cove Springs
and Welaka boards Of trade be in invited
vited invited to cooperate with this commit-

SILVER MEDAL tee in the effort to secure the JKia-

CONTEST AT KENDRICK waha improvement, was carried.

Motion by Mr. Hunter, amended

' A silver medal contest class went by 'Mr. Munroe, tha the secretary be

to Kendrick last night and held a instructed to -purchase whatever
contest in the church there. Mr. stationery was necessary, was adopt adopt-Baxter
Baxter adopt-Baxter came to Ocala for the super- edt the letterheads to have thereon
intendent and six contestants and the names of each member; of the

took them out in his car and they committee, designating the chair chair-were
were chair-were met by a good crowd and penses. Carried. t
shown the greatest courtesy and Motion ,by Mr. Wearf tnat eacn
kindness The following program ,board of trade rpresented on this
was carried out: committee be requested to -pay the
W. C. T. U. marching song. gum of ,$5 to be used for ount ex ex-Scripture
Scripture ex-Scripture reading and -prayer, by .penseg. Carired.
.Rev. Slayimaker. lotion by Mr. 'Holmes, that Lees-
'Song, Loyal Soldiers, by choir. ,burg ;be made the officlal headquar-
Short talk on medal contest work, ters of thlg committee. Carried.
by ;Mrs. G. 'D. Washburn. Motion .by Mr. Munroe that a map

Song, I'll .be a Sunbeam, by four- of lhe oklawaha, also resolution

teen Children.

The contest was as follows:
The Example, James ;Brinson.
Votes, Ardis Bray.
Vote for the Boys, 'Harry Moore.

adopted, !be iput on the hack of sta-

tionery and resolution. Carried.

A motion introduced by Judge

Tyler, to the effect that the names
of the members of the committee be

The Brave Hunter's Child, Mary- printed on the stationery, was adopt

xIit- ed.

His Un written Sermon, Ireland
Jones.

The ouslness ofthe meeting was

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greater part of the year by people of Florida.

TUKLNS in Colonials, Pumps, Straps and Button.
WELTS in Pumps, Bottons and Oxfords.

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carried out in a little over two

A Father's Story, Cevie Roberts. ,naurs. A number of short .speech-

Songr, A Saloonless Nation im es were madr an showing har har-1920,
1920, har-1920, by the crowd. monious spirit in the undertaking.
Short talk on the work of the W. After the meeting adjourned, the

C. T. U., by 'Rev. Slaymaker. LiMAt wtv taken for dinner to

Collection. the 3Iagnolia hotel. tAfter: an elegant

' .j:. i'-m nuif-n -rTB-t- ttmit ii itmvti eAm ant in thA

ino oi iaaies. Untion. the delegates left .for home J JL' UI X CO UJ.LO UUl VVULX V CI UOUUIX t 111 U1U U LQi

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rreseniauon oi ineaai, ;oy oter. Tne ,ocala delegation, piloted by 3Ir,

Slaymaker.

Mote and Editor Corley of the Com-

Rnnp flrnwn iTTim TCfner nf 'Kinern. I ' jt

d c i,merciau were saawa xue pnuuipaiu. fA- rT.(r w vw

Judges: Mrs- iPark, Mrs. Baxter intg of interest around the city. worI( Xone of ttem were
and Mr. iFrank Blowers. .1, m tne wono. rsone or icem were
The medal was awarded to Miss
vio Rrvh The Ocala delegates to themeet- ey were not .being worked near as

. "T V 7TL J ,-7; HS Daa a p c u a e road a short distance away. None
throughout, and the interest did not Us alwajrs participated In hy a crowd of them :were and the

.rLrVrril of boys, eacn of wixom nas 'Deen Uon oMBa M ta tte

ixuxxs iui ecxv vuV ial5cai, .jjard at work tblrty. ox rorty years, warded Mr 'Gordon
ffonp-' if-hn ct ion T.rvr! .: none were guaraea. .Jir. wraon.

ZlJ:rZ:i:, l wafm rua eav the overseer, was quietly walking

v. 1 7 Mother .people the bag- to -noid for a the road to the work.

, 7. oay. e wasn't armed. From a material
thing done that the earnest workers The eure of the occasion was etandpolntf this gang of convicts

v w -.r.w. o principally owing to ,ur. x. x. vuu-. ag ibetter off tnan a majoritr of the-

vul auuivuu roe, wIio not only went nlmself, but jfree laboTers in the .United States.

xixam were aisu 'prtrseui took all the others. in his 'big, nve-
Ocala the following: Mr. Turney, .passenger car. (Sot quite as large

Mr. and Mrs. w. ;!. Colbert, Alice

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Shoes 01- jf fi 1 to uso

The road was very good mostly,

v-ocinTiaiiv- Mi xftin hart t itrSood that as soon as the car ran on

an accoramoaaiion as a- Tanroaa sup- m m Mt th onfno Kpoti rt tirr nrr

piJ1U6 d uuiivii ui ao.o i hut members of tne -oartv tried to ourr

UWVk UV UU; i. AXi trv J bua wv w w

ford.

ftextaining a few special friends at pioxIO AT pINE SCHOOIi HOUE strings tied to it.

special train, hut a great deal larger

in proportion, and certainly with no

brick.

talso, hut only succeeded In sneezing.

brushed Mr. Rogers off his lap and
restored him to his proper place as

the "best part of the sandwich,

Its about, the dozenth difference

I've noticed this morning, and the

'"rook" in compliment to her yester

day afternoon. Three card tables
'were (placed in the parlor and for
several hours the dozen guests en-

iMr. Munroe chauffered

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:a four ttiMm omith nf Brievlew-I weir was as smootn as .a

I r... j .t j t I worst Ymi hrn nn vnnf rkixn rrm

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the car w a sxreicn oi roao -paveu wnu yuu3-r - I

jir. uu saiu it "-o i

ohate rock.

I 1 m i. j i c i . n ,9 k I nat is. as 'entrancine as a noftt

school house, Wednesday, Septem- of honor beside him. 'Messrs. Rog- e -oest ruau in vuuutu - - -

Hot- 9rvrt nnrlor fflici ,mef?froa nf thp i on ATT-tin cot rn ,fh ,hnoV SMt It Was Certalttlj -gOOd.

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joyed the popular Farmers' Legion and Protective As- and tried to decoy the Star man into

It was sodream Is saId be.

: scarcer than hen's teeth.

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Poets are ood as the Marion road, but with

the exception of a few trad spots it

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snHntlnn rt f "Pino und TT'nrt. 'ATrC!fV. I elttfn or Hot n'nn t

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zer, irs. "' Florida. he'd be hanged if he would, and got
course with cake. Placed on the ,t,1,L vdJa

oycaiieia i.1 vuaio. auu raiaiAaim uu Lilt? i i. 11 1, aiuc, nuiv-u i'ut -ivufa- i 1 1 tYllTn I II

to advocate the possibilities for the ers in the middle. (It is a good A VW JUl OIIIIUI UUi

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tahles during the games were trays

of divinity candy which was en joy-

while the playing was in progress.

OH ASE & SANBORN'S
Famous Tea

,ttn rlrni -onr? f in ? f rr tt-r- t rf tVi o t I 5 hn --r Vi r ftcrli t cHa "f iT? r C.

part of the countv. Aral. The rest of the Tarty accus- V

Dinner and afternoon chicken ed the newspaper man of having a

Upurlo free to everybondy.

'body cordially invited to come and the trip to a dry county, and Tefus-

E. S3IITH, (Mgr.

uiv-ivcu i Lilt? UC"3 yai-Ci uiau ia ia, i 11 fc, v i wk
Every-Lbottle in his pocket, as provision ior f UI16r2l UlFCClOrS

have a good old time.

8-20-2t wk ly. Committee.

AND

Packed in Air Tight
Containers

ATTENTION, LADIES

ins to sit in the middle for fear of

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its being smashed. For some reason a i ipnC0fl PlTinfirnPPQ

v UAVVZmJV. uiiuumviu

Or Oiner, incy were taieiui uwt
cmwrf him all dav. 4 Office Phone 10.

It was a fine day for a drive, and A Night Phone 04.

"Diamond Sixty, U -lb .
Diamond Sixty, -lb .
Grange Peko, 4 -lb ...
Onaage Peko, &-lb. .

Such an arrav of hair enrvrfs ns wo I.Mr. Munroe handled his big car to x ...

.15c .: rrr All worfc given

.30c

.15c

are now displaying at our show perfection.

"c rooms at the 'Helvenston store has on his trip to New York last sum-

never ibeen equalled in Ocala, and mer, part of which was made over

,30c

the nrices until 'Saturday are V.ERY some of the roughest mountain

Omr, Formosa-Ooloong, 30c ixw. Prices range from $1 to $40. roads in the east, and so he and the

- i Arxer aaxuraay, ine ina or 'August,! car are most mumaieiy acquamieu
Emperor's Blend, Green and rfisrular Trices will Drevail. CfirA in with vaoh nthpr.

Black, U-lb. . 20c and let us how you these splendid The road was good, except in

.Emperor's Blend, Green and Lroods. S-0.8-4t. Miss Mary Affleck. snots. It is ?nod argument for a

mack, H-lh. ............. .35c hond issue wears out faster than

Seal Brand, Enough Said, -lb. .40c A : the small rntv foo Mn rfnnir it.

r luiiuci s luueidui, i pettiiiei ie- j i

fpairer, D. C. Baldwin of Jackson- A iew mnes soutn oi xne ciiy me

" ville. over 25 years experience, 11 'artr passed the Marion county con-

now at the Carl-P &an&- ibo camp was out In a

"Fancy" Formosa-Ooloong, H-s 25c

'JFancy' Formosa-Ooloong, Iks 50c

t;. years in Florida, is

""Fancy

ipeeial Ceylon India, 2-lb 30c

Special Ceylon India 1-lb GOc

. vejiuu xxu ,2-, .....out .House, phone 193. Cleaning and Srov to one side of the road. Most
ancy" English Breakfast 2oc typewriters. All work of the en were at work in the lime
-ancy" English Breakfast x-s SOc lteed 8-20-3t P further on. Two wre driving
rrorinn Tnriia i.ih . finn guaranieea. o ot ....

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teams Detween the pit and 'points

Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye, ,
V: m. Y to Others were working on the road.

One woman and a man were at the
camp, cleaning up after breakfast

Ear. Xose and Throat. Office Law

Library Building, Ocala. -Adv.

Flower pots and jardiniers in all land beginning to prepare for dinner.

sizes at Ocala Seed Store. 8-lS-tf!The Star is willing to bet there is

The low -nlace lust .beyond orth !s 'faIr to middling. The- entire

? Lake Weir is where it was proposed Sway between Ocala and Lees Lees-2
2 Lees-2 to cut a canal from the lake to the burs is an immeDse Improvement

Oklawaha. Engineer 'Martin, -who over wnat lt was a lew Tears ago. j
has canals on the hrain, explained The auto causes the roads to bo
the practicability and desirability of improved, and It -begins to look like j

the scheme. It would not hurt the everybody will soon have autos. j
lake, and would give the orange There were met at least two autos

growers around it a water outlet for I i?r, each of all other vehicles. And

their fruit. It will be- done some there are about as many Fords as

day. 1 all other cars combined.

Some people say the orange crop I Leesburg was reached shortly Se

this year will not be as large. 01ay- fore 10 o'clock. There has been a

be not, nut. as the car passed grove (couple of stops on the road, and the

after grove on the road, the Star I trip was made in two hours running

man thought if there were any more time.

oranges on most of the trees, they The writer's first trip thru Lees-

would have to he tied on "outside burg was on the hurricane deck of a
the chases' as printers say. freight train one dark night in Xo-

The road all around the lake is vember, 1886. All he can re mem-

xrortd. and nnth nf WoirsdaiA it i ber of the occasion was that the ccn-

lX-X-:-:-:-X-X-:-:-:-:-:X- I specially fine. And here came in a ductor was Just down from the Bal-

joke on Rogers. Speeding along, timore and Ohio, that he was a
the Star man, who had never been ung man with a kind heart ar ar-over
over ar-over the route before, asked where fluent-capacity of swearing. Hc
the county line was. could outcuss any newspaper fore-
t ,t.. man we ever knew. The road endel

Funeral Directors who had been mls;nfOTmed by Ut Tavares then. It was a .branch of

UNDERTAKERS and EMB AIMERS J ?an'n; "Xotice the dlffereQCe In r ,r r7::rZ

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our personal

y attention and guaranteed fully.

11 AV. Oklawaha Avenue.

OCALA, FLORIDA.

Iclvcr & IfflacKay

fine Caskets and Burial Robes:

D. E. MclVEIt and C. V. ROBERTS

Funeral Directors

All AVork Done by Licensed Em-

balmers and Fully Guaranteed

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D. E. McIVER 104

C. V. ROBERTS 305

Undertaking Office

va r-noA iv;o.. ana xne lavumc

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Just then the car ran past theraea was:

boundary, and a few yards further "You may work, you may work, yei

on struck the worst piece of road on may work ail you can,

the route. The car wriggled and But you never get your money oa
twisted as it squirmed thru. The the F. R. &
three men on the rear seat went up So tho lirlng in forty miks cf

for. twenty odd years, the

in the air about six inches.

"Yes, I notice the difference,"

47 said the Star man, as he gently

writer

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NO WOllKMAX CAN AFFORD TO USE POOR QUALITY
TOOLS; IT COSTS TOO OJCH TIME AND AVORRY. OUR
TOOLS ARE PROPERLY TAMPERED AND HOLD THEIR
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WE NEVER BORE OUR CUSTOMERS WHEN THEY COME
IN BECAUSE TO DO BUSINESS IT IS ONLY NECESSARY FOR
THEM TO SEE OUR GOODS. ND OUR PRICES.
WHEN YOU NEED IIAIIDWARE COME TO US.
OUR HARDWARE STANDS HARD WEAR.

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IMPROVEMENTS OF
THE OKLAWAHA

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never saw Leesburg fairly until yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, and felt a little bit like
Jacob, who never kissed a pretty
girl until he was over forty years
old.
Lovely Leesburj, Queen of the Lakes
The citizens of Leesburg were out

guests.

HAND CONCERT THIS EVENING

B.

1. The Enterprise, march J.

Lampe.
2. Two Irish Songs Selected.
3. Characteristic, for trombone
Losey.
4. Wine, Wife and Song, waltzes

' Strauss.

3. Flying Arrow, Indian inter intermezzo
mezzo intermezzo Holtzman.
C. Manana, Chilian dance 'Jean
Missud.
7. Le Diadem, overture A.

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who owns the dwelling-7the business; property that stands

in vftTii- Tijimft? 'h 1 1 '.

of course you think thAt yon do; but are you right?
the question is worth considering, it involves the origin and
the development of 'dividual ownership in land.
in the beginnig of civilization no man owned any definite part
oi 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 tJUspute oi'er the occupancy of any particu

lar spot.

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ocala. fla.

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AARON W. GATES

in force to welcome their

Foremost among them were Mayor Herman.
Mote, on whom the mantle of the 8. The Liberty

lamented Dozier has fallen, and Mr. Sousa.

J. C. Lee, a member of the pioneer

family which with rare good taste
picked out the ground as the site
for one of the prettiest cities in
Florida.

After the business meeting was

over, the delegates were entertained

with a genuine country dinner at

the homelike .Magnolia hotel, which

all its guests will ever after remem

ber lovingly.

Lake county, is evidently right to

the front in progress. Work of im improvement
provement improvement is going on every foot of
the way. The Lake County Land

Owners' Association, with headquar

ters at Fruitland Park, owns a lot
of real estate in this vicinity, and

one or another or the new nouses

its settlers are putting up are In

sight all the time.

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Do You Need
An Electric Fan ?
I HAVE THEM

There comes a day into every
home when hearts tremble and all

jjoy seems rorever Killed. it is

wnen the gates of life swing wide
open and a loved one "passes into the
great unanswered silence of an un unknown
known unknown world. Mr. Gates passing
has caused grief to a large circle of
friends, whose "hearts are touched in
deepest sympathy for the aged wife
and two sons, Messrs. Walter and
Albert Gates, all of whom were at
the bedside for days hoping against
hope for the husband and father's
recovery. Mr. Gates was 76 years
of age and was a good man, whose

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'THE PROGRESSIVE RAILWAY OP THE SOUTH."

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HOSPITAL NOTES

Dr..R. D. Fuller is improving.
Little Walter Scott was : able to
return to his home at Oxford Wednesday.

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corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.

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lates Chocolates 35 cents for one full pound, at
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for home soon after dinner, "but the lng Mm in every pathway of life

Manon county men were tanen in Jhe funeral services were conducted

tow by Mr. ,Mote, and Editor Corley thlg af trnoon f rom the residence by
of the Commercial and shown some Rev j M Gros3 of the Methodist
of the 'magnificent scenery around v..v. i

the town. Greenwood cemetery. The sympathy
To begin with, the town is one ofof the entire community is extended
the prettiest and brightest in the to the bereaved family who mourn
state. Its wide and shady streets, the passing of a devoted nusband
solid 'business houses and handsome an(j father.

residences give the town an air of
permanent prosperity and quiet ele elegance.
gance. elegance. Messrs. Mote and Corley took Mr.
Martin in Mr. Ned Stevens' fast car
and led out toward Lake Harris, Mr.
Munroe's car and the remainder of
the party following. Going out, two
immense new packing houses were
specially noticeable. One is operated
by the Citrus Exchange, and the
other independent. Judging by the
groves, both will have all they can
do.
Lake 'Harris is an inland-sea, one
of the largest and prettiest lakes in
Florida. A cut of about half a mile
will link it to Lake Griffin, and fet
its orange growers ship their im

mense crops by water clear to Jack

sonville.
One of the. prettiest views

writer has seen for many long days
was from'a 'hill top over Lake Grif Grif-fin.
fin. Grif-fin. From it one can see the 'long
stretch of the lake to the north, the
famous Treasure Island, that Stev Stevenson
enson Stevenson would have delighted in writ writing
ing writing about if he had ever seen it, and
the outlet of our great1 artery!!
commerce, the Oklawaha river.
Swiss lakes may .be pretty to look
at, ibut Florida lakes are the only
ones that are the all-around real
thing. ihey are good to look at,
good to fish in, good to cruise on,
good to float goods on, and good to
go into over your head twelve months
in the year. When you say, "Lake
County," you have described it.
Mr. Mote showed the party a lot
of fine groves, and some of his own
nurseries. Ocala knows Mr. Mot.
He was up here soon after the
freeze, making barrels for a living.
'He has made a barrel of money since
then; made it by hard work and good
management. Prosperity has not
spoiled him. He is the same genial,
friendly Mote.
Ocala also knows Editor Corley of
the Commercial. He lived and
worked among ns over seven years,
and was one of the sqnarest, as well
as most entirely all-around printers
the Star ever knew. He is doing
well with his 'partner, Mr. Pratt;, oi
the Commercial, giving the town a
neat and newsy paper.
The writer could not understand
until yesterday why Mote and Cor Corley
ley Corley and everybody else who leaves
Leesburg goes back, but he under understands
stands understands now.
Shortly after 3 o'clock the Ocala
party left Leesburg and was rapidly
whirled hack home. The line-up on
the return trip was the same as go going
ing going out. All reached home safe and
happy, but the first thing Mr. Rog Rogers
ers Rogers did was to go to a pressing club
and have the creases ironed out of
himself. On one side there was im impressed
pressed impressed upon him a map of the Sil Silver
ver Silver iSprings and Ocala canal; on the
other an editorial page of the Star.

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TRUST THE JEWELER WHEN YOU BUY HIS GOODS.
WE REFER THOSE WHO HAVE NEVER DEALT WITH US
TO THEIR FRIENDS WHO HAVE.

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RELIABLE JEWELER
OCALA, FLORIDA

11IDS WANTED

Notice Is hereby given that the
Board of Public Instruction of Marion
county will on
AueniKt 31, 1014
at the hour of 2 p. m. receive bids for
the erection of a school house at the
present site of the Homeland school,
the size to be 20x33 feet with 'brick or
rock pillars and brick flue with eiht
windows and one larere door and gal galvanized
vanized galvanized roof. A fL.-st class lumber
must be used In construction and the
house must be completed with ceiling-.
The bids to be -arcepted must not ex exceed.
ceed. exceed. $500 and the "board reserves the
right to reject any bids offered. Fuller
information may be had bv conferring
with J. H. BRINSON.
8-14-friday Secretary.

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THE OCALA -EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1914

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TREES AND YET MORE TREES
Matter of Duty for Every Man Who Is
Able, to Plant One in Hla
Life, at Least.
A noted philanthropist once said:
"If I knew that I should die tomorrow,
I should plant a tree today." He did
not mean that tree planting was the
eort of action to be deferred as long
as possible; he counted It rather a
deed with which one might make a
good farewell to earth and who shall
say that he was not right?
There is nothing more beautiful,
more dignified, more valuable in the
broadest sense of the word than a fine
old tree. There are few things more
lasting. The splendid cathedrals of
the thirteenth century are kept-in
condition only by constant and loving
tm t an, I mm A. a
cyan a, uut many an oaK mat marKea
the landscape when the corner stone
of Amiens was laid is still alive. New
ii.ngmna settlers moved elms from the
woods to their dooryards and road roadsides
sides roadsides almost three centuries ago and
the same trees are there today. The
few "cedars of Lebanon" which still
mark the site of forests from which
th i ships of Tarshish were built may
nu.nber in their thinning ranks indi individuals
viduals individuals which saw the inarch of God
frey de Bouillon, and the counter countermarch
march countermarch of Saladin.
Plant trees. Do not wait for the
government to reforest some distant
mountains. Reforest as much of your
own holdings as you may. You have
no better chance of satisfaction now
and grateful remembrance later than
may be found in planting trees.
FOR A WOODLAND PARADISE
Chicagoans Determined That Their
City Shall Be Abundantly Sup Supplied
plied Supplied With Trees.
. In view of the advance which city
beautification has made during the
last few years, especially in Chicago,
Arbor day has a definite significance.
Tree planting exercises have been
held in all parts of the city, about two
hundred and fifty thousand white
pine seedlings being provided for t
ja,iua, ya.ca.at 101s ana roadways. Last
year 200,000 elm seedlings were plant planted;
ed; planted; the year before 300,000 Russian
mulberries, and in 1911 a total of 280 280-000
000 280-000 catalpa seedlings were given a
chance to grow. If all these grew
Chicago would be, not a garden city,
but a forest city. The mortality rate
luuu5 titseunngs, nowever, is almost
as great as it is among slum babies.
If a reasonable fraction of these
young trees grow to maturity Chicago
will be in time a woodland paradise.
An authority on arboriculture as ap applied
plied applied to cities says the ratio should be
one living shade tree to every five in inhabitants.
habitants. inhabitants. In the absence of a tree
census it is impossible to say how
near Chicago approaches this ideal.
Be that as it may, the principle of
Arbor day is wholesome. It i3 but
one phase of the general tendency of
the day to instill into the children an
instinct for some of the finer things
that older folks have thought they
were too busy to cultivate.
MADE HIS FUNERAL A PARTY
Bartender, a Suicide, Pays for Feast
for the Mourners Around
His Ashes.
William S. Casey, a bartender wide widely
ly widely known in the California cattle coun country,
try, country, had a funeral which he paid for
himself. Casey died by his own hand.
His health shattered, he told his
friends that he did not want to live
if he could not be happy. He had
$1,000 in a bank at Salinas, and ar arranged
ranged arranged that the sum be used for his
funeral.
"My passing out is not a signal for
sorrow Casey had said. "I want the
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steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
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City Ticket Office, 25 Began Street
Jacksonville, Fla.

irienas tnat attend my funeral to
enjoy themselves just as if I were
among them in reality, as I will be in
spirit."
A special car brought Casey's body
from Salinas to San Francisco, where
it was cremated. With the ashes in
an urn, a score of Casey's friends, fol following
lowing following directions left by the decedent;
proceeded to a hotel whose proprietor
was an old friend of Casey's.
Before the party sat down to dinner
the urn was taken Into the barroom
and placed behind the bar. Then
every one ordered his favorite drink,
and this toast was drunk:
"To Casey, who is still behind the
bar."
The party, carrying out Casey's in instructions,
structions, instructions, then sat down to dinner,
and later went to a theater. Casey's
ashes were taken back to Salinas and
Bprinkled on the Salinas river. San
Francisco Examiner.

CLEANING UP AND GROWING
Possible for Every One to Plant a
Few Simple Flowers on Their
Property.
Cleaning up is limited in meaning.
Homes may go through housecleaning,
householders may clean streets and
sidewalks and remove every rubbish
trifle. In great buildings strenuous
efforts may be made, will be made, to
have every bit of litter carted away.
That is a beginning.
The city may be made beautiful by
nature's work. Plants respond to ev every
ery every little care. Flowers bloom when
almost neglected. Is it not right not
only to clean up but to start the habit
of growing plants bearing flowers?
It i3 not difficult and almost inex inexpensive.
pensive. inexpensive. One great concern in this
city, with hundreds of windows in the
building, where a thousand work, has
potted plants on every sill. Trail Trailing
ing Trailing vines halfway cover the brick
walls, though they are "artistic. In
midsummer the factory is a joy to
those who like to see evidences of na nature's
ture's nature's handiwork.
Greater things can be accomplished
along this line. A space two yards
wide and ten yards long in front of a
factory or store will yield abundantly.
The window ledges bear flowers, the
vacant spots have earth and they will
satisfy the eye with a charming mix mixture
ture mixture of color If given half a chance.
One prisoner, famed In story and
song, had not a joy. Through a crev crevice
ice crevice in the damp wall there came the
sprout of a little flower. He nursed it
and gave it encouragement with a
few drops of water from his limited
supply. He was well rewarded, as the
ambitious flower wanted to grow. And
they want to grow on every vacant
foot of land and eyerycity has acres
in the aggregate.
Clean-up is a proper rallying cry,
but add to that a desire to see na nature's
ture's nature's marvels grow, and the city
clean also will be a city beautiful.
Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.
INVITED TO PLANT TREES
Park Commissioner Ingersoll of Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn Urges Systematic Beautify.
Ing of Highways.
Park Commissioner Raymond V. In Ingersoll
gersoll Ingersoll of the borough of Brooklyn has
published a pamphlet entitled "Tree
Planting on City Streets," which is to
be sent to property owners whose
trees are removed as dead or danger
ous.
"Citizens are urged to plant trees
In front of their property," the com commissioner
missioner commissioner writes. "Still better than
individual planting is co-operative
planting by streets or blocks. This
method secures uniformity of treat treatment
ment treatment and has been done successfully
in several sections. Fuller particu particulars
lars particulars will be furnished if requested.
The department cares for the pruning
and spraying of street trees and the
removal of dead trees. It has no ap appropriation
propriation appropriation for street planting. The
number of street trees in Brooklyn is
growing less by about fifteen hundred
yearly."
Commissioner Ingersoll recommends
the Oriental sycamore, the Norway
maple, and the red oak for city streets
and for suburbs. The poplars, silver
maple, catalpa and willow are classed
by him as undesirable.
Some Gardening Advice.
When he begins gardening the ama amateur
teur amateur calls a spade a spade. After the
third blister his vocabulary expands.
Don't expect your heliotrope blos blossoms
soms blossoms to smell like the cologne named
after them.
Trailing Arbutus should be hunted,
not planted.
Wistaria grows well, but It takes its
own time about it.
When introducing tomato plants to
their summer home be gentle and
courteous. A little kindness at this
time will make them happy all the
season through.
Cultivating a hedge is like acquir acquiring
ing acquiring an accent. You always prefer the
way the natives do it. New York Tel Telegraph.
egraph. Telegraph.
THE TWENTY YEAR TEST
"Some twenty, years ago I used
Chamberlain's Colta, Cholera and Di Diarrhoea
arrhoea Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Geo. W.
Brock, publisher of the Enterprise,
Aberdeen, Md. 1 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.

MONTEAGLE
SUMMER RESORT

If you wish to go away tor the
summer please correspond with Mrs.
E. W. Williams, who conducts the
j Cumberland House at Monteagie,
Tenn. Rates, ?7 to ?10 per week.
Two months Chautauqua, from July
lst to August 31st, which Is a fine
entertainment. .Monteagie 13 on the
top of the Cumberland mountain,
over 2,000 feet above sea level. The
finest mineral water, most elegant
scenery east of the Rockies. For
health, pleasure, rest and beauty,
there is no place like .Monteagie in
the South. Write at once to Mrs.
E. W. Williams, Proprietress, the
Cumberland H 3UFe, Monteagie, Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. 6-13-tf
Husky's Occupation Going.
A Journey very mach out of the or ordinary
dinary ordinary is reported from Edmonton,
Canada, from which point five men suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in making an SuO mile automo automobile
bile automobile trip to Peace River Crossing on
or near Lesser Slave lake, a district
usually regarded as sub-arctic, and
certainly virgin country so far as
automobile travel is concerned. A
photograph from Edmonton shows the
five men fishing in good old Hudson
bay style through the ice of Lesser
Slave lake, with the automobile in tha
near distance. Couriers du bo is usu usually
ally usually engage in the latter cpsraiicn to
get flLh for themselves and their dogs,
but the iUtomob!l3 nsver starves as
long as the fuel hclda out. The jour journey
ney journey probably v.-as not difficult, for the
trail undoubtedly has been broken.
Still it is rather startling to think of
an automobile running up almost into
the wood buffaio and musk-cx coun country,
try, country, but not more indicative of mod modern
ern modern progress than the rumor that
reaches us, of regulations to be laid
down by the government relative to
the crossing of the great Mississippi
migratory bird belt by aeroplanes.
Forest and Stream.
STOP THAT FIRST FAH.Ii 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.-
RHEUMATISM PAINS STOPPED
The firt application of Sloan's
Liniment goes right to the painful
part it penetrates without rubbing,
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 ifor my Rheumatism,
pain is gone as soon as I apply it. 1
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.
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 earl of Arundel, sit situated
uated situated in a dingle of Breiddon hill, on
the Shropshire and Montgomeryshire
border, has been restored and con converted
verted converted into a village museum. Parr
lived in the reigns of ten kings and
queens of England, namely: Edward IV
and V, Richard II, Henry VII and VIII,
Edward VI, Mary, Elizabeth, James I
and Charles I; died the 13th and was
buried In Westminster abbey the 15th
November, 1635, aged one hundred
and fifty-two years and nine months.
London Mall.
Pd-DO-LAX BANISHES PI3IPLE9
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. Monev back
if not satisfied. All Druggists. Adv.
Tues, Thurs, and Fri.

WEIRSDALE

Weirsdale, Aug. 19. Mrs. J. E.
Adams was visiting in Candler this
week for a day or so.
Dr. Earl Lytie transacted busi business
ness business in Dunnellon Thursday. He
motored there and returned the same
day.
.Miss Grace Snook, Mrs. A. M.
Reed and Mrs. II. C. Rast returned
from the Dunnellon W. C. T. U. con convention
vention convention Thursday afternoon. The
scribe did not mention Mrs. Reed in
the items last week, not knowing
that she was a delegate. Mrs. Reed
says she was there and enjoyed the
convention very much indeed and
that she was royally entertained in
the pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs.
Jas. T. Rawls.
Last Thursday .Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Lytle entertained at dinner Mrs.
R. L. Martin, of Lake Weir, and
Mrs. George Campbell, of Ocala.
Mr. H. X. Nold has been on the
sick list for over a week. We are
glad to report that he is better, and
has been painting the Jones house,
which he recently purchased.
Mr. J. M. Douglas went to Ocala
last Friday with his sister, Mrs. J. J.
Knoblock, of Martin. Mrs. Knoblock
was on her way home from a very
enjoyable visit with her brothers
here.
.Messrs. E. B. Sherman and N. 'H.
Xold transacted business in the
Brick City Friday.
Mrs. S. S. Simpson and little
daughter went up to Ocala Saturday
for a few days' visit with her
mother.
Mrs. James Russell, of York, who
enjoyed a visit of several days here
with her sister, Mrs. R. D. Douglas,
returned home Saturday.
Errol Reed returned home Sun Sunday
day Sunday from a two weeks' visit. He
spent the time at the home of his
uncle, Mr. J. Blair, at Rodman, who
recently visited here. He reports a
much enjoyed stay at Rodman and
that he also visited a few days with
his brother, Wallace, at Hawthorne.
Master Bernard Blair accompanied
him home and will stay several days.
Recent bountiful rains are very
much appreciated by our peaple.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas, county, s. s.
Fraftk 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 nnot be cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to .before me and subscribed
In my presence, this Cth day of Dec December,
ember, December, A. D. 18S6.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON,
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in internally
ternally internally and aots directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send 'for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Adv.
Hard Ficht for Life.
A two hours' swim in the sea at
night in danger of being overtaken by
a flood of burning benzine was the ex experience
perience experience of Mrs. Anna Boeme, wife of
the captain of the Russian steamer
Kometa, which blew up off Algiers and
was completely burned, with the loss
of 15 of her company. "My husband
put me in a boat after the ship had
burst into flames," she said, "but it
capsized. I began to swim in the black
water, which wa3 lit up by the burning
ship. The benzine spread on the sea
and formed one vast burning film
which the wind drove towards me. For
two hours I swarm desperately from
the flames. At last, when I was on
the point of giving up, I heard a voice
shouting in Russian, 'Come here. It
was the chief stoker and some of the
men in a -boat which was full of wa water.
ter. water. They hoisted me in it and I sat
in water up to my hips for two hours
more."
NOT SO STRANtiK AFTER ALL
You may think it strange that so
many people are cured of stomach
trouble by Chamberlain's Tablets.
You would not, however, if you
should give them a trial. They
strengthen and invigorat the
stomach and enable it to perform its
functions naturally. Mrs- Rosie Rish
of Wabash, Ind., writes, "Nothing
did me the least good until I began
using: Chamberlain's Tablets. It Is
decidedly the best medicine for
stomach trouble I have ever used."
For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Cat Reasoned Wisely.
Romances quotes a remarkable story
about a cat's reasoning power. While
a paraffin lamp was being trimmed,
some of th oil fell on the back of the
cat, and a cinder from the fire shortly
afterward touching it, the fur became
Ignited. The cat Instantly made for
thr door and, running up the village
street, plunged into the wa.-ring
trough. She had seen her human
friends at heme pat cut their kitchen
fire with v ter, and she must have
reasoned from this fact.
Dr. D. M. Boney, eyesight special
ist; office and laboratory 2-6 Gary
building:. A specialty of corrfteHnir
vision where others fail. 7-25-tf.

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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 hoi 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 $1.30.
W. H. ADAMS, Oner and Manager, Pablo Bench, Florida

WHERE SHALL I
FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR
WOJIEX TALLAHASSEE
College of Arts and Sciences; Normal
School; School of Music: School of Art
tCxtension Division: Graduate School.
Modern Gymnasium with swimmlnp
oool. Basket ball and Len.ls courts,
new and modern buildings: beautiful
anpus; dormitories have all modem
;o.iveniences ; new dininp: room and
titchen most hyg-enic in Florida; 418
'oung women from 49 counties and 12
nates last session.
TUITION FREE In College and Nor Nor-nal
nal Nor-nal School. Board and entrance fee?
for the year $124. For catalogue write
EDWARD COXRADI. President
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The rest room which the Ocali merchants maintain for the use
of our out of town visitors who are in the city for a few hours
with noMiing to do is located on the corner ot Fort King avenue
and South Main street, oppoxite the Theus-Zachry furniture
store. The ladies especially will find Comfort Todgn a -convenient
place to rest during the day's 'shopping. The conveniences we arc
able to offer at Comfort Lodsre are free and you ate invited to
take advantage of them.
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JF YOUR- Stenographer. Bookkeeper,
BHiicg Clerk. Tclephora Operator,
cr any other female member cf your
cf2cs force cra'dra to leave Saturday,
rca have only to use the Female Help
Wanted cr "Situation Wanted Female'
cohrmra cf OUR PAPER'-w
to bxin an aground-desirable applicant
for the position bright end carry the
mornins.

Hatched by the Sun.
In breeding gcld3sh, an industry
which has flourished In China from
time Immemorial, the eggs are re
moved from the reach of the adult I
male fish and hatched by the sun in
shallow disl'es. j

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8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal
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laslum. swimming pool and many sub subsidiary
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tors Instructors and assistants. 334 young men
'rom 47 Florida counties and 24 states
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TUITION FJtEE. Board and Entrance
Tees, $132.50 per y ar. Write today for
catalogue. A. A. MUKPHREE, i-rei
-YOU'LL CAPTIVATE "HEIl"
if you make us your Tailors. We
will ma'fft you charmingly present presentable
able presentable la yoar outward appcaruce.
As stylish Tailors we easily take the
lead in this vicinity. The best ma materials,
terials, materials, choicest patterns, sure fit,
stylish cut, and careful finishing
make the men who wear our Suits
the envied- among their fellows.
And they are generally first favor favored
ed favored with the ladles, too.
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1914

PIN YOUR FAITH TO OCALA.
20 Per Cent. Real Estate Investment.
floes this Look Good to You?
Two small four-room tenement houses, in good
condition, lot large enough for two more nouses,
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 nrt be
long on the market at in is price.

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OCAL, FLORIDA

A DESPERATE LOVER

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OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

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If you are thinking of having you house
PAINTED OR PAPERED or any INTERIOR
DECORATING done be sure to see us before
letting your work out. We use nothing but first
class material and have had
OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
We guarantee to give entire satisfaction.

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Marion County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 1882.
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
OCALA FLA,
First consideration and especial attention given t small tmct.

Twenty-five minutes after her di- J. E. FRAMPTON
vorce from one husband a Wellsburg PIANO TUNER
(W. Va.) woman was married to her.
rnnd The delay was caused by the Located in Ocala. Fla., Expert won
ac n-e- nmn- guaranteed. References given,
need to have a marriage license prop- ssociated wlth Herbert Latfaer
oriv filled out. Pittsburgh Gazette- distributor
eny unu o w. W. Kimball Co.. Ocala.
Times.

(Copyright, 1314. by the McClure Newspa Newspaper
per Newspaper Syndicate.)
About once a month, always on a
Sunday. Maurice Danby motored from
the city down to his brother's farm
for a brief visit.
Young Mr. Danby held a position in
a city department. His standing in
social life was good, and it was known
that he had a fair-sized bank account.
So far as friends or relatives knew,
he had never been in love, and was
not likely to be. Therefore it was a
shock to his sister-in-law when he ar arrived
rived arrived one Sunday, and said:
"Look here. Sarah, you have got

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to help me out."
"What is it, -Maurice? she asked.
"I'm in love."
"You can't be."
"But I am."
"Well, won't the girl have you?"
"I haven't asked her."
"Then go right off and do it."
"Listen to me, woman. I came down
by the old post road this morning, in instead
stead instead of the usual way. About three
miles above here is an old red farm farmhouse."
house." farmhouse." "Yes, the Granger place."
"There was a girl there."
"Yes; Kitty Granger."
"She was leaning on the gate eat

ing an apple. I am almost sure she

me."

What idiots young men are!

smiled the relative. "You see a good good-looking
looking good-looking girl at a farmhouse gate, and
ten seconds later you are in love and
thinking of marriage."
"I am going to know Kitty Granger.
It may not take two days to bring it
about, and it may take two weeks."
Monday morning he entered his
auto and started away with a wave of
his hand. He was bound for the post
road and Farmer Granger's. When he
saw the old farmer at work in the

field by the roadside an Idea came to
him. He stopped.
"Do you want to sell that calf tied
in your front yard?" he asked.
"Yep," was the reply.
"How much?"
"Orter be wuth six dollars."
Not ten feet behind the calf was the
veranda. Mr. Danby walked around the
veal cutlets three times and then
took a. seat on the veranda to view
him from a new point.
He coughed and shuffled his feet, but
no one came out.
Miss Kitty was heard singing in the
house, but she didn't appear. After a
quarter of an hour had passed away
the schemer had to return to the farm farmer
er farmer to say:
"I will come back tomorrow and see
about it"
"Just as you will," was th.e reply.
It was with a good deal of chagrin
that the young man got into his auto
and drove away.
"Then the girl with the apple was

not at the gate?" his sister-in-law
asked.
"II was just riding out for pleas pleasure,"
ure," pleasure," he replied.
"Oh, I see. I have sort of. taken a
pity on you, and decided to give you
a hint to act on. I have heard that
Miss Kitty was talking of buying a
new piano."
"Well?"
"If you want some excuse for call calling
ing calling at the house to get a closer view
of her and have a talk
"By George; it's the thing! As

agent for a piano house in the city, I
can call."
Young Danby was so elated with the
new scheme that he forgot the old one
He motored boldly upto the house,
but as he reached the veranda, Mr.
Granger came around the corner from
the kitchen and sighted him and
said:
"Came back for the calf, eh? Well,
I thought you would. He's worth
seven dollars, and I only asked you
six."
"I was going to see your daughter
about a new piano."
"Oh, the piano can wait. Will you
take the calf away with you in the
machine? As you are in the veal
business, you must know that calves
are going up every day. I said six
dollars to you, and I'll stand by my
word."
He led the calf out to the gate, and
Mr. Danby had to follow. He had to
do more. He had to help lift the calf
into the auto and make him fast and
hand over six dollars and drive away.
When another day came Mr. Danby
was ready he didn't know for what.
He set off without a plan. If he passed
the house he might be shouted to to

stop and buy hogs or hens, but It might
be his luck also to see Miss Kitty at
the gate. He had just determined to
take his chances when he saw her
coming toward him, driving in her
pony cart.
Speed was reduced to a fair gait,
and he held straight for the pony. The
girl checked up. She screamed.
Straight ahead, and then there was a
smash and the pony was down and
things were in a glorious tangle.
There was some breakage, but no lives
lost.
"What did you do that for?" asked
the girl when things were somewhat
straightened out.
"Do you believe I did it on pur purpose?"
pose?" purpose?" "I surely do!"
"WTell, it was that I might get a
chance to tell you that I am in love
with you!"
The wedding day. may not have been
set yet, but young Mr. Danby has for
a long time been eating his Sunday
dinner at Farmer Granger's.

aiarion?Dunn Lodge Xo. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third

Thursday evenings of each month at

:30

o'clock, until further notice.

Baxter Cam, W. CM.
Jake, Brown, Secretary. Ad

ORDER OF EASTERN" STAR

Ocala Chapter, Xo. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. .M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge Xo. 22, I. O. O. F.,

meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, X. G.
AV. 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. WTm. Cober, C. C.
Chas. K. 'Sage, K. of .R. S. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Nine Lots
50 1-2x105 feet,
Close in, in Marion
Addition to Ocala,
for the unheard of
price of
$490 Caslt..
for the entire nine
lots.
If interested inquire
at this Office.

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Fort King Camp Xo. 14 imeets 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, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge Xo. 286, 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 sidel
David S. Williams, TS. R.

L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad

LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE

Ocala Lodge Xo. 699, L. O. 31.,
meets every Thursday at 8r30 p. m.

Visiting brethern always welcome, io

the lodge and club house on .Mag

nolia street, near postoffice.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.

CONCORDLA LODGE F. U. OF A.

Concordia. Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, "meets in Yonge's Hall

on the second Thursday evening of

each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.

Chas. K. Sage, Secretary Ad.

SEABOARD Am LINE SCHEDULE

Too Much for Him.
A bishop in the Northwest tells of
a conversation he once had with a
Wyoming man touching certain diffi difficulties
culties difficulties of the hitter's religious tenets.
"Bishop," said the naive westerner,
"I do not refuse to believe the story
of the ark. I can accept the ark's
great size, its odd shape and the vast
number of animals it contained, but
when I am asked to believe that the
children of Israel carried this unwieldy
thing for forty years in the wilderness,
I must confess that my faith breaks
down." Harper's Magazine,

Some Country.
"What part of Europe pleased you
most?" asked the American.
"Germany," replied the returned
tourist.
"Why Germany?" asked the Ameri American.
can. American. "Wliy, in Germany a man to still
considered as being as good as a wom woman,"
an," woman," replied the returned tourist.
Cincinnati Enquirer.

WOO
PHONE 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load for SI.
Your Order will have
Immediate Attention-
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

Muscle Needed.
It was a beautiful New Year morn morning
ing morning in the stone age.
"Hey, Strongarm said Halryhead,
"lend me your crowbar, will you?"
"Whatty ye want with It?" asked
Strongarm.
"I want to take it home," Informed
Halryhead, "to turn over a new leaf."
Youngstown Telegram.

Southbound
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
n.; arrives Tampa 6:30 ai m.
No. 3; local leaves Jacksonville
Q:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
tn.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
r 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 i. m.; arrives
Tacksonville 7:30 p. m.

A Modern Instance.
"Seems strange that people could be
so credulous as they were in the days
of the Salem witchcraft."
"Oh, I don't know. Some of us went
in pretty strong for those poisoned
needle stories which were so 'popular
a few months back." Louisville Courier-Journal.

SURE THING,

EVENTUALLY
You'll have
Cement Sidewallts
Put Down.
Why not now?

I Ornamental Vases
of all kinds
made to order 4
I See, Phone or Write
S us
j WOODMAR SAND AND
: STONE COMPANY
Phone 331, N Main St
I OCALA, FLA.

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AN ORDINANCE

An

Ordinance Discontinuing that

Portion of North Third Street
Lying Between (Blocks Seventy Seventy-Nine
Nine Seventy-Nine and Eighty, Old Survey,
Ocala.
Whereas, That piece of ground
lying .between blocks seventy-nine
and eighty Old Surve'y of the city of
Ocala, and designated on 'Bruton's
map of said survey as part of North
Third street, has never 'been opened
or used as a street, and the same is

not needful or available as a public

thoroughfare or street; and,

Whereas, !by the abandonment by

the said city of said piece of ground

for street purposes, a strip of

ground on the north side of said

block eighty can the obtained for the

purpose of widening the street on

the north side of said block eighty,

which Is desirable in the public in

terest; therefore,

Be it Ordained by the City Council

of the City of Ocala:

Section 1. That all that piece of

ground lying .between blocks seventy-nine
and eighty, Old Survej of

Ocala, and designated on the map of

said survey as part of North Third

street, be and the same is abandoned

ana discontinued hy the city of
Ocala, as and for a public street or

highway.

Sec. 2. This ordinance shall take

effect immediately upon its passage.

Justify Confidence.
France has an association which
gives loans on the word of honor of
the people. It is chiefly for men or
women who are of humble position,
and In most cases the money is re returned
turned returned promptly.

Advertise in the STAR for results.

Jig Can you tell me where th
first lawn fete was held?
Wig On the lawn, I reckon.

His Fate.
He was a city councilman
Deaf to the people's call;
And now he's In the discard heap,
While they play Sunday ball.

Movies Will Tell.
Lady of the Kimono How do you
know your husband wasn't In Moose Moose-ton
ton Moose-ton when he said he was?
Mrs. Visit I went to a movie show
one night, and a film showed him in
the band wagon as his lodge paraded
at Elkhart. Judge.

Magazine Tendencies.
Willis After a writer has got a rep reputation
utation reputation nowadays he sells anything,
no matter how rotten it is.
GIIlls It used to be that way.

Li ALEARIPSm
PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and BuilCer

Careful Esthnate3 made on all Con

tract Work. Gives more and better

work for the money than any other

contractor In the city.

Keying Fiifeejs
By Clearing Bloc d
A Function Greatly Assisted
By a Weil-Known
Remedy.

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Host renders trill h Interested t" r.crs
clearly understand why analysis of urine Is
so Important. In the use t S. S. S. to
purify the blood, It action is a stimulant
to the myriad of fine blood ressei that
make up the constructive tissue o? tbc
kidneys. All the blood from ali orer the
body must pass throuii the kidneys. They
act as testers and assayers. And arcordins
to what they allow to pass out in th urine,
both as to quantity rnd tintcr:.-.!-,. lbs
health of the kidneys end the quality of th J
blocd Is determined. The catalytic enerry

I forced by S. S. 8. Is ehoiarn in the urine.

Nowadays you've got to sell some

thing Tirptlv rotten in order to eet a It is also demonstrated in the skin.. And
ming preuyjrouen in oraer io gei iM hUyfHl ccnt,n.jrt to gwe,p throng

reputation. Puck.

Lucky Centaur.
"What was a Centaur?"
"He was a man whom nature pro provided
vided provided for in such' a way as to make
sure he could ro Into a horse show
and attract as much admiring atten attention
tion attention as the horse."

Restrictions.
"How do you like your new flatT
"It's a little restricted," replied the
patient man. "They won't allow you
to raise children or pets. They even
complain if you raise your voice.
Ain't It the Truth?
"I don't think much of that young
man. His clothes look silly.
"Why. papa, he dresses Just like a
1914 fashion plate."
"That's what I mean."

the kidneys the dominating mture of

S. S. cellar? as it does through all the the-ayen::es
ayen::es the-ayen::es cf elimination, show a mar'.;el
decree 'e cf disease manifestations as m m-onstrated
onstrated m-onstrated by urine analysis. This a!st a!st-anee
anee a!st-anee is a jrreat relief to the kidneys. The
body wastes are more evenly distributed to
the emunctories; their cllminatlm I sim simulated
ulated simulated by the tonic aetion afforded the
lier. lnncrs, skin and kidneys. Thus, la
cases of rheumatism, cystitis, chronic sore
throat. husklnes of voice, bronchitis, asth asthma
ma asthma and the myriad of other reflex indlm indlm-tions
tions indlm-tions cf weak kidney, action, first rurify

your blood with S. K. so It will enable

the tissues to rebuild the cellular etrcngta
and regain the normal health.
S. F. S. Is rremred br The Swift f"ecl2c
Co.. r,27 Swift Hid?.. Atlanta, Ga., and If
yu have any deop-sceated or oVttiaaie b!oxi
trruLle. vrrlte to their iledi cal LKrpt. lor.
free cdTice.

REGISTRATION NOTICE

A Prolific Yield.
Husband Old man Williams family
tree must be a hickory.
Wife Why so?"
Husband All of his boys are such
hard "nuts."

The registration book for district
No. 1. (Ocala), will be open on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday cf each,
week from the 1st Monday in Augrust
till the second Saturday in October,
1914. In ail other districts two days in
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
first time in Marlon county, thougln
they may have voted In the primary,
cannot vote in the November election,
unless they register agrain prior to tha
second Saturday In October.
7-23-6 wks dly D. M. B ATI CO-.'
Supervisor Registration Marloa Cx



SHE OCALA. EVEHING STAB, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1014

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OCALA OCCURRENCES

Be sure and attend the band con concert
cert concert tonight.

Stationery, all kinds at The Mur Murray
ray Murray Company. 8-20-3t

Mr. Chas. W. Smith returned last
night from Jacksonville with some
prisoners lor the Marion Farms.
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Pictures framed at The (Murray
Company. 8-20-3t

Mr. C. Jenks McCranle of Starke's
Ferry is among the business visitors
in town today."

Subscribe for your magazines at
The Murray Co 8-20-3t

The three Randall brothers, iP. T.,
J. H. and J. W., of Connor, are in
the city today on 'business.

A lot of new (bok3 at The Murray
Company. 8-20-3t

WEATJIEIi FORECAST
'Unsettled tonight and Saturday,
probably local thunder showers.
ARCADE CHANGES HANDS

ine Arcaae Daroersnop on South
Magnolia streetwhich has -been-tfin.

erated for the Hast, three years bv

Mr. 'Percy Perkins, ias -been dispos

ed of to 31 r. iRobert Fnrt who wm

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assume charge a Dout September lj

Mr.,-Terklns "while n Savannah
several weeks ago purchased a shop
in that city and will take possession
within the coming two or three
weeks. 1 He says that his new ven venture
ture venture in Savannah is located in the
best part of the city and that there

is no better equipped shop there.
While Percy's Oca la ipatrons will
regret to lose him they will ,also be

pleased to know that his prospects

In the Georgia city are very bright,

and wish him every success.

THE MARKETS

XAVAL STORES
Xew York', Aug. 21. Turpentine,
43 to 43. Rosin, $3.75.

CARRAXZA IS IX THE
MEXICAN CAPITAL

Mexico City, Aug. 21. Gen. Ven Ven-ustiano
ustiano Ven-ustiano Carranza, provisional pres president
ident president of the republic, entered the
capital yesterday. There was no dis disorder
order disorder as Gen. Carranza and his staff
passed through the cheering crowds.

Mr. J. M. Goddard Is going around
today with a paper, obtaining the
opinion of. the different citizens as
to whether they want an union pas passenger
senger passenger station or not. Up to 2
o'clock, he had obtained many as assents
sents assents and not a single dissent.

You can hear the greatest singers
and musicians by owning a VIctrola.
For sale by The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 8-20-3t

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

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

The not very large crowd of peo people
ple people who went out to the ball park
yesterday saw a very good game be between
tween between Ocala and Eustis. The Eustis
team was made -up of a representa representative
tive representative crowd of young men from their
model little city, and they put up a
good game. The Ocala boys were
hack in their old form, tho, and won
by 7 to 1.

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

For 35 cents we will give you one
pound of Cadet Chocolates, this
-week only. Gerig's Drugstores.

Don't forget that we, have china
selling at cost: The Murray Com Company;
pany; Company; S-'20-3t.

Mr. D. E. 'McejLs.ailed yesterday,
afternoon on tael Arapahoe from
Jacksonville forJwYork City,,
Vroln there lie will tour"the state
with a friend in his automobile, and
while away will buy goods for the
firm of Mclver & MacKay.

Mr. Charles Peyser went to Whit

Sulphur Springs this afternoon to

spena about two weeks to see If the

water will help him. Mr. Peyser
has been sufferine a ereat xrtfh

rheumatism.

Mr. B. F. Cummins of Oklawaha
was a business visitor in town today

and called at the Star and arranged

for the Weekly Star to be sent him.

He and his brother-in-law have 100

acres of fine muckland, a portion of

the famous Kyle & KirkIand planta-

tation, and they are preparing to
plant the land to fall croDS. Mr.

Cummins is very enthusiastic over
the outlook for the coming crop sea

son, regardless of ail war reports.

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

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

f Mr. L. L Murray has" been elected
superintencpnt jot the JPXshylerJan
150&Q He ans all 'hisoTa
friends and as many new ones as
possible to attend. Ocala has a
cnoice assortment of Sunday schools.
There is something in -them for all,
from the tiny totlet to the middle middle-aged
aged middle-aged 'business man, and It is likely
that the latter class needs to attend
he most.

BURBANK

Burbank, Aug. 20. Still plenty

of rain.
There will be services at the Bur

bank church Saturday night at 8

o'clock, Rev. Bethea in charge,
o'clock, Rev. Bathea in charge.

Mr. W. C Bogue was in Ocala on

business Saturday.

! Mr. C. Baker of Ogden, Utah, has
returned to his home at Burbank.

Mr. Baker says there is no place like

Florida. '

Messrs Bogue and Chaffe spent
Thursday night and Fri day morn morning
ing morning fishing in the Oklawaha river.

They reported it was the -best fishin

trip they had ever had, but they

didn't catch any fish.

If

t
From

Ni

ike a Torrent

The Crowds Plunged into the Bargains at the
Opening of the Doors of

Were You Among the Number?
While we had expected and prepared for a most liber liberal
al liberal response to our advertising, we must admit that we
were totally unprepared to wait on anything like all
who came So eager and enthusiastic, in such num numbers
bers numbers that it was almost a "perfect jam."

OWE ALL WHO CAME AN APOLOGY.

Firl, we apologize to those whom we were unable to wait on.
Second, to those whom we were forced to wait on so hurriedly. We
have enlarged our sales force and feel sure that we will now be able to
serve all who may come.
The crowds that overwhelmed us found that we kept our every
promise and that values were even greater than were advertised.
Many especially tempting values will be offered each day. So we
renew our invitation to "come while the pickings good."

WE

BATTLEFIELDS

OF BELGIUM

OPINION OP AN AMERICAN 3IIL-

ITARY EXPERT

Capital is of Little Strategic Con

sequencesExcellent Work is Be Being
ing Being Done by the Belgian Amateur
Army.
London, August 21J- An Ameri

can military expert, reviewing the

situation in Belgium,- said last

night:

"I left Brussels today, and there

was a good deal of agitation there

as the people thought that the Ger

mans "were very near and that there

kad been fighting at Tirlemont. A

good many refugees had come in

from Tirlemont and Louvain.

The people kept quiet, though
they were filled with suspense about

the Germans. The impression was

that the Germans, after making a

reconnoisance in force and scouting

the country north of (Brussels with

cavalry, were about to advance in
force on Brussels.
"The population has been told by
the burgmaster that .If the Germans
came, they should remain indoors,
and go on as far as possible with
their usual vocations.
"Brussels is an undefended city,
but within the last three or four
days, every important street leading
out of town has been barricaded and
trenches have been dug in the out outskirts
skirts outskirts -with barbed wire entangle

ments in front of them. These de defenses
fenses defenses are intended only for protec

tion against cavalry raids. They
would be futile against any attack
in force.
"'Any 'battle for the possession f

Brussels will be found in tlie direc direction
tion direction of Wavere and Louvain. If the

Germans take Brussels, it does' not

mean a military setback for the al

lies, beyond the sentimental effect,

and the opinion in Brussels was that,

owing to the French success In Al

sace and the check the German

right wing has suffered in Belgium,

something must be done which

would at least 'have the form of suc success.
cess. success.
.'"Belgian officers are warning the
people not to attempt reprisals, 'be 'because
cause 'because that would 'bring reprisals
upon them. You can hear any kind
of rumor in Brussels, and if the
Germans are determined to attack
in, force, Brussels will ibe taken un unless
less unless the allies decide to resist.
"The Germans 'have Taeen using

their cavalry with great audacity
and sometimes with more audacity
than success. They have sent cav cavalry
alry cavalry as scouts in all directions and
some reported battles have 'been no
more than reconnoisances in force.
They are either aiming to cover
their, flank by these continuous
threats, or they are attempting to
ascertain the Belgian position with
the view of attacking in force.
", "Honors are with the Belgians In
these combats. Their ibicycle corps
have responded instantly to alarms.
The. country is wholly, unsulted to
reconnoisances, as it is cut with
hedges and sunken roads. There is
barely a field of ten acres that would
permit of a charge.
"Using telephones, which with
automobiles, have become such im important
portant important adjuncts of war, the Bel Belgians
gians Belgians are able to give the alarm in instantly,
stantly, instantly, When Germans have appear appeared.
ed. appeared. Bicycle corps are directed to
the point and lying in concealment
catch the Germans with deadly fire,

frequently at close quarters.

DARK DAYS
Are Days of Suffering They Are Be Becoming
coming Becoming Brighter for Some Ocala
People
Many dark days from kidney ills.
Backache, headache tired days;
Urinary trouble makes you gloomy.
Doan's Kidney Pills have proven
their worth.
Have been tested toy many kidney
sufferers.
They are indorsed .by Ocala peo people.
ple. people. ".
Xl- C. Pafford, carpenter, 29 E.
Monroe St., Ocala, says: "Last
spring I had a -bad case of (backache.
I couldn't straighten up after I once
stooped over, unless I took hold of
something lor suport. Often I could
see dark spots floating In -front of
me and sometimes everything before
me became -black. A druggist recom recommended
mended recommended Doan's Kidney Pills to me
saying that he had nothing better in
the store, so I got a box and began
using them. I could see their good
effects 'from the first few doses and
one box cured me."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. Pafford had. Foster-tMilburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Ad 5.

W e Are W& feltoiiiig

A (Gemmniiiiie JJavaainidl Mesa

-1

In l ib. Packages Always Fresh Roasted
4Sc IPcsipIP' o ikinidl
By the way, come and see those :Ht tie socohol stoves, 75 cents.

'JC "tJ

(Lairini li imoinmsis cbomnipainiy9
CARX BUILD Jg' V
PHOXE 163 uy OCALA, FLORIDA

AX EXPRESSIOX OP OPIXIOX

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

To the Citizens of Ocala:
I 'hate to 'be a grumble -box, but I
want to express my opinion on the
subject of public construction, no notice
tice notice that there is being a great deal
of money put in the constructing of
a new high school building and over overhauling
hauling overhauling the primary school build building.
ing. building. The constructing of the new
high school building I think perfect perfectly
ly perfectly necessary but as to the addition
to the primary school I want the
public to stop and give It a good
thought. Is there not enough room?
If there is not there is certainly
room to spare at the new high
school which is now under construc construction.
tion. construction. Also in addition to this the
people along the road to the school
buildings are 'being forced to put
down cement sidewalks whether or
not they are able to pay for them.
The way I understand It Is, if the
people are not able to pay for it
the city goes ahead and puts them
down and leaves it to the owners of
the property to pay for them, but
If the owner is not able to raise the
amount required the city makes the
owner pay for it out of his property.
Do you think this is right? Are the
children going to school now any
better than those that went to school
up at the old high school? They
had no cement sidewalks to walk on.
Of course we would like to see the
children have them but there is no
use to take a person's property
away from him because he is not
able to 'have then put down. There
Is just a couple more things I would
'like to mention. Where is a park
for us to go and rest on Sundays and
hot afternoons? There is one park
here -by the fire station which Is, of
course, too small. Xow just one
more thing, for the enjoyment of
the young boys and girls. How about
a Y. M. C. A. and a Y. W. C. A.
Can't we afford them and cut out
some of the sidewalk and school school-house
house school-house 'business. 'Please give all this
a good sincere thought, and oblige,
A Friend.

WIHKLESS IX xmK UKEAT WAR

2n wars of the nineteenth century
an army spent much time In trying
to cut out an enemy's telegraph and
telephone wires. To break the
transmission of dispatches to3ay Is
practically Impossible, thanks to Mr.
Marconi, and Oils co-Inventors.
Do you realize that the two allies
against -Germany and Austria-Hungary,
France and fftussia, are proba probably
bly probably in constant touch every hour. In Indeed,
deed, Indeed, eevry minute, of the day or
night?
They can talk right over Ger Germany.
many. Germany. Moscow and Paris can co cooperate
operate cooperate perfectly. 'Probably Gene General
ral General Joffre and Grand Duke Xichola Xichola-ievitch
ievitch Xichola-ievitch know each of them what the
other's forces are doing from hour
to hour.
An Incident of the Balkan war
shows the remarkable possibilities pf
the wireless. The allies 'bottled "p
Adrianople, holding all roads to Con Constantinople.
stantinople. Constantinople. But in the city was a
1 k. w. SlarconI wlreles3 telegraph
station of the portable type. At no
tfcne did the station fail,, and In the
course of the siege more than 450,-

000 word 8 were transmitted to head

quarters without a hitch.
The allies attempted to stifle the
station by placing wireless outfits to
the east and west of Adrianople, but
their attempts to. "jam" the Turk Turkish
ish Turkish signals was in rain.
The usefulness of the wireless
was also shown In the Tecall of cer certain
tain certain ships at sea at the outbreak of
the present war. One ship was
brought back after she had proceed

ed within two day's journey of
Europe, and thus was saved from
capture by an enemy.
Many small craft have been slezed
because they were at sea at the out outbreak
break outbreak of hostilities and .had no wire wireless.
less. wireless. The effect of this experience
will undoubtedly "be the cause of a
wide use of air communications, an

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tents contents between here and BelJevfew.
.'trFtve dollars reward If left at Har Harrington
rington Harrington -'Hall hotel. .8-21-2t
FOR REXT-t-The Jones cottage, ten
: room soxi. part, at south side of
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FOR RE XT Two or four room3
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a kind of '.assurance against capture
by hostile warships.

DIZZY? BILIOUS. COXSTIPATED?

rPr. King's Xew Life Pills will cure
you, causa a healthy flow of Bile and
rid your Stomach and Bowels of
watse and fermenting body poisons.
They 'are a Tonic to your Stomach
and. Liver, and tone the general system.-
First dose will cure you of
that depressed, dizzy, bilious and
constipated condition. 25c. all Drug Druggist.
gist. Druggist. -;' Toes Thurs FrL Adv.

; .Hard Luck In His Old Age.
Frcm rcyal r-:3iclaa to cld-age pen pensioner,
sioner, pensioner, ccripelld by poverty to pawn
his clothes this in a sentence sues
up the career of Mr. John W. Holden,
who Is now residing at Goldsmith's
row. Hackney recovering from a se serious
rious serious Illness, says the London MaiL
This tall, thin, courtly old gentleman
was at one- time almost at the head of
his profession, and gave "Command"
performances once before Queen Vic Victoria
toria Victoria and twice before King Edward
and Queen Alexandra, when they were
prince and1 princess of Wales. "Tho
trick that King Edward liked best,"
said the old magician to a newspaper
representative recently, was that of
the sword through the body. His maj maj-esty7;afUr
esty7;afUr maj-esty7;afUr nySandringham perfonn perfonn-ance
ance perfonn-ance 'sniJiAd fa' cigar with me, and
chatted over this and other trie".

Early Reformer.
Ones rpu a time people wanted
state-wfde jrohjbltlcn of coffee. In
his book, rLoidin In English Litera Literature,"
ture," Literature," Mr. Viircy H. Boynton says of
the old coffee houses: "As the num number
ber number of them increased, broadsides ap

peared against them. One was entitled
The Woman's 'Petition Against Cof Coffee,
fee, Coffee, and It asserted that coffee drink drinking
ing drinking encouragJJlflng and talkative talkativeness,
ness, talkativeness, and-lcd men to trifle away their
time, scald their chops and spend
their money, all for a little base, black,
thick, nasty, bitter, nauseous pud&lo
water!; Atlanta-Oonstitutlcn.

r.'jtzlz i Eester.
Easter In the I Greek church this
rear fell JuiHx -week later than tho
western Easter. The Greeks (who for
ecclesiastical,, purposes Include ths
Russians a'ndvlhe peoples cf tho Bal Balkans)
kans) Balkans) never accepted the Greorisa
ialendar, .Their, Easter Is sometimes
before pnra and sometimes after. In
1865 therboth 111 together, but thzt.
wslb an accident, not likely to occur
igaln for some time to com.