OCALA, FLOBIDA, MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 1914
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M SIXTEEN HUNDRED THOUSAND MEM LOCKED III A DEATH
GRAPPLE Of! THE GHOUi AI 111 THE AIR
( London, Aug. 24. The gigantic
ibtie on the Franco-German-Bel-ijV
frontier 'ha3 now been raging
ee days. Germany's army is be be-ved
ved be-ved to number 1,800,000 against
5,000 "French and English.
Every agency known' to twentieth
ptury warfare Is :being used to the
most limit. The stupendous move-
i:nt is so Tapid as to be bewilder bewilder-j
j bewilder-j and though all is shrouded in
o greatest secrecy, when known
p loss of life will appall the whole
N IMMENSE J K AWN I5ATTLE
London, Aug. 24. The French
ibassy issued the following state-
nt today at 11 o'clock:
'According to telegrams just re re-ved
ved re-ved an immense force is in con con-t
t con-t all along the Belgian frontier,
t neither side has gained any
f ERATIOX OF THE WIRELESS
PLANT AT TVKEUTON
I TS TTTilsfJATi
Washington, 'Aug. 24. By direc direc-n
n direc-n of the president, Secretary of
immerce 'Redfield today informed
officials in charge of the Tucker-
i, N. J., wireless station that they
re operating illegally and the
nt was liable to seizure by gov-
jiment operators. They were
jraed not to receive or send mes mes-les
les mes-les of any kind. V
tllOPLANES AND ZEPPELINS
TUMBLE TO FRENCH
r- 4 a 4 4 I 1 e
runs. AU9. .as t!Viut;ii.; ui
i deadly effect of the French artil artil-y,
y, artil-y, it was announced, today that
ir German Zeppelin dirigibles and
German aeroplanes were destroy destroy-by
by destroy-by French guns. The aeroplane
Mnm.'l at Cernev was taken to
3THER TELEGRAPH NEWS ON
mm rtfb JuLm
I.MMENSE AUSTRIAN ARMADA
WILL TRY TO DRIVE FRENCH
AND BRITISH FROM THE AD ADRIATIC.
RIATIC. ADRIATIC. Rome, Aug. 24. -It is reported
from Aricona today that forty Aus Austrian
trian Austrian ships, including 'battleships
cruisers and destroyers, sailed, south
from Trieste today, to attack the
English and French fleets -bombarding
ELD THEIR GROUND
CLASH OF TEUTONS WITH THEIR
London, Aug. ; 24. The British
war office states that British forces
Were engaged all day Sunday against
the Germans in the vicinity of Mona,
and that the; 'British held their
TAMPA MAN IN AN
One AVomaii Killed by Talfaferro's
Car and One Badly Wounded
Bethle'hem, X. H. Aug. 24. One
woman is dead and another is so
seriously injured that she is not ex expected
pected expected to live, as the result of being
struck an automobile owned by
T. C. Taliaferro, president "of the
Firts 'National Bank of Tampa, Fla.,
who is spending the summer in the
White Mountains. r
The dead woman is Mary Borro Borro-ughs
ughs Borro-ughs of Newport, 'X. J. The injured
one is her "sister, who is at the Lit Littleton
tleton Littleton 'Hospital with a fractured
skull and other injuries, including
a ibroken arm.
Mr. Talliaferro did all. in his
power to avert the accident.
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
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BIG DISPLAY OF WOOLENS 500 Styles to Select From.
Also Showing Models of BALM AC AN Overcoats The Latest.
Orders Taken During the Opening Delivered in 10 to 90 Days That's Up to You.
Expert Cutter to Talce Your Measure and Guarantee Satisfaction will be on Hand,
ALL WEEK, AUGUST 24TH TO 29TH.
OVER THE FRENCH ALL
(Paris, -Aug. 24. Throwing back
the French commandered by Gen General
eral General Pau, three Bavarian army corps
have penetrated France,' gaining a
foothold on the Yezouve river.
The war office admitted toaay that
Luneville has been taken by the Ger Germans,
mans, Germans, who are now overrunning the
entire southeastern portion of the
departments of 'Muertie and the
iBlamont has been captured 'by the
Bavarians and Circy is threatened.
The French have withdrawn from
Donan and Salles.
IMPORTANT TOWX EXDAXGERED
Paris, August 24. Rumors that
Germans have occupied Xancy are
SOME CLALMERS THEMSELVES
Xew York, Aug. 24. A wireless
message from Berlin says it is offi officially
cially officially announced that the Germans
defeated the French at 'Xeuchafteau,
capturing many guns and prisoners
and several generals. The Germans
are credited with capturing Lune Luneville,
ville, Luneville, Blamont and Circy.
BEAT AX EXGLISH BRIGADE
The Germans have defeated' a
British cavalry brigade on the Bel Belgian
gian Belgian frontier.
Basel, Switzerland, Aug. 24. It
was reported today that the Ger Germans
mans Germans had recaptured Mulhausen
and its environs.
OTHER TELEGRAPH NEWS ON
SUMMARY OF TODAY'S DISPATCHES
Russians have won a great battle in Eastern Prussia. Battle begun
Monday, lasted six days. Battle along line of railway from Eydt Eydt-kunen
kunen Eydt-kunen westward. Both sides reinforced daily until over 200,000 men
were engaged. Germans defeated .with heavy Ios. Russians have taken
towns of Arys, Goldapand Insterberg, giving them control of all the
province east of Konigsberg.
Servians claim to have routed big army of Austrians in Jadar river
valley, and will invade Hungary.
t Japanese fleet bombarding Tsing Tau. War sentiment strong in
German cavalry rode thru to Ostend, but finding no opposition re retired
tired retired on main body at Ghent.
Persistent report that Crown Prince William of Prussia, who was
wounded at Liege, is dead.
French claim their artillery cut down six German Zeppelins and
four aeroplanes yesterday and this morning.
French embassy at London says fighting is going on all along the
line, but no decisive results have yet been attained.
Three Bavarian army corps have penetrated France, gaining ter territory
ritory territory along the Yezouve river. Germans have taken Luneville and are
overrunning department of the Moselle, captured Blamont and threaten
Servians claim to have sunk eight Austrian transports in the Dan Danube,
ube, Danube, four thousand Austrians drowned.
Emperor i of Austria reported dying, kept alive with oxygen last
Reported in Paris Germans have occupied Xancy.
Reported seven Japanese warships are bombarding Kiao Chau.
ALOIIG THE LINE FROM
UP THE SLAUGHTER
HAVING THINNED OUT THE AUS AUSTRIAN'S,
TRIAN'S, AUSTRIAN'S, THEY WILL INVADE
Athens, Aug. 24. The Servian le legation
gation legation stated today that the "battle
fought by the river Jadar ended Fri Friday
day Friday and that an Austrian army con consisting
sisting consisting of nine divisions was routed.
Servia will Invade Hungary.
SHOULD HAVE LEARNED TO
Xish, Aug. 24. Servian troops
sunk eight -Austrian transports in
the Drina river, drowning nearly
OFFER HIM A HOME IX OCALA
Francisco Carbajar Fired Out of
3Ie.icot May Take Up Residence
Galveston, Aug. 24.- Fransisco
Carbajal, former Provisional Presi President
dent President of Mexlca, arrived here yester yesterday
day yesterday on the steamer Mexico from
Vera Cruz. It was said he would
proceed to Xew Orleans in a few
days and then go to Florida to take
up his residence, in some city not yet
OTHER TELEGRAPH XEWS OX
MlLdDK OP. OT "fo
SIX DAYS' BATTLE -VOH BY. RUSSIANS, WHO CLAIM TO
HAVE DOIVEII GERMANS BACK- WITH
London, Aug. 24. The first great
battle of Eastern Prussia was won
by the Russians after six days' des desperate
perate desperate carnage along the (battle front
thirty miles long, on both sides of
the railway running from Etydt Etydt-kuhnen
kuhnen Etydt-kuhnen westward.
BATTLE EVERY DAY GREW BIG BIGGER
GER BIGGER Fighting started last Monday.
Each side was reinforced dally, until
over 200,000 men were engaged.
TOOK IMPORTAXT TOWXS
Arys, Goldap and Insterburg were
captured 'by the Russians, giving
them control of the entire railroad
system east of Konigsberg.
The (Russians claim the Germans
were routed with ferrible losses.
MIGHTY HOST OF HALF A Mtt.-
'St. Petersburg, Aug. 2 4. With'
over half a million men and a battle
front extending 115- miles, from
Tilsit to Ortelsburg, the Russians
are sweeping through (Eastern Prus
sia, despite the desperance resist resistance
ance resistance of the Germans.
Konigsburg is threatened.
CITY WAS DEFEXSELESS
24. A Central
Xews 'dispatch announces the cap
ture of- Willenburg, East Prussia,
by iRussians, without firing a shot.
GERM AX TROOPERS LOOKED AT
THE OCEAX AXD THEX
London, Aug. 24. Content with
learning that western :Belgium was
clear of Belgian troops, the main
German army has been diverted from
Erussels toward the south and
southeast, without occupying Ostend
or Ghent in strength. German cav cavalry
alry cavalry reached both places but moved
away after learning no deefnse
would ibe offered their occupation.
BIG THEATER BURNED
Louisville, Ky., Aug. "24.
Hopkins theater was burned
morning. Three firemen
jured. Loss, $100,000.
OF CZAR 17EIGH 0017
WITH THEIR USUAL PRO.MPT PRO.MPT-XESS,
XESS, PRO.MPT-XESS, THE JAPANESE HAVE.
OPENED THE. WAR
Tokio, Aug. 24. Japan has open opened
ed opened hostilities against Germany. It
is reported that a Japanese flee; is
bombarding Tsing Tau. The war
sentiment in Japan is strong.
UNCONFIRMED BUT PROBABLIT
Shanghai, Aug. 24. There is an
unconfirmed report that seven Jap Japanese'
anese' Japanese' battleships began the bom bombardment
bardment bombardment of Kiao Chau Sunday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, "which continued today. An Another
other Another report says that Japanese
troops are being landed at Hai Yang
DEAO OR DYING?
HAND OF WAR FALLS HEAVY
ON THE IMPERIAL
London, Aug. 24. Rome dis dispatches
patches dispatches say that the emperor of Aus Austria
tria Austria is dying. One dispatch says he
"has been in a comatose condition
since Sunday morning, being kept
alive with oxygen. 1
CROWN PRINCE MAY
London, Aug. 24. Refugees ar arriving
riving arriving from Berlin via Holland to today
day today said that It -is reported in Berlin
that Crown Prince Frederick Will Will-iam
iam Will-iam Is' dead. Xo confirmation ob obtainable.
STRUCK BY A SNAKE
Rattler's Bite Was Fatal t an Or Orange
ange Orange County Man
Orlando, Aug. 24. L. L. Stone, a
prominent farmer and -well known
fruit raiser of Maitland, Who was
bitten by a rattlesnake while at work
in his grove Saturday, died last eve evening
ning evening in a local sanitarium
NO FIT FIT-NO
NO FIT-NO PAY!
Suits and Overcoats
S16 to $45
Doim'a Mss TMs pporSiiainilfiy (0e M aesi LooK
THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR. MOXDAY, AUGUST 24, 1014
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGEH & CAKHOLL,, PROPRIETORS
L R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. teavengood. Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., p03tofflce as second class matter.
one snort century will bring. If
there is another big battle at Water
loo, its a safe bet that neither side
will drive its cavalry into the trench
that broke the charge of Xapoleon's
important iXFORaiATlox x:x:xk::
CENTRAL OR EASTERX TIME
tin year, In advance. ... .$5.00
Jix months, in ad ranee. ... 2. 5 a
Tare months, in advance.. 1.25
On month, In advance.... .50
One year, in advance. ...
Six months, In advance. .
Three months, in advance.
One monh, In advance...
ivo matter how many German They have had the full weight of
steamers are tied up or captured, the science of war hurled upon them
German schooners continue to cross in the last week. Even if they nave
the bar. surrendered, they have well paid for
themselves. The Germans are now
itunnmg a business without ad- hammering away at Namur. This
vertislng is like an army without a renowned city has endured many
commander either may win, but sieges, and during the wars that
me chances are against them. raged almost constantly from the
days of the (Normans to the fall of
The remains of Pope Plus X were of 'Napoleon, it was a most impor-
laid to their final rest in the crypt tan t strategic point, being taken
To the Tampa Times, Greeting:
One of the many good reasons Mi Miami
ami Miami had for adopting eastern time
was because she likes to see noon on
the clock and noon -by the sun cor
respond in time. 'Florida is very
silly to have its midday at eleven
o'clock. Miami Metropolis.
It doesn't. At Miami it is mid
day at. 12:28. At Ocala, it is
day at 12:31. The entire tendency
of modern times is for men and
women to have a a little onore time
in the crowded morning.
Florida is now working
Government Bulletin on How to
Make Arsenical Cattle Dips for
Texas Fever Tick
Washington, Aug. 24. The U. S.
deDartment of a srri culture hn lust V
(Xo. 603) on methods of prepara-IX
tion and directions for the use of x
arsenical cattle dips. These are the
dips whicfh are effective against the
Texas fever tick.
The bulletin gives farmers and
stock raisers explicit practical direc
tions for the making and use of foil
ed and self-boiled dips. The meas
ures prescribed for the safe handling b
mid-J 0f these poisonous substances should A
OCALA HOUSE I
be read attentively oy every farmer
who -wishes to dip his own cattle.
The bulletin will be sent free to 5
The time any one who will send a postcard to x
on gives the editor and chief, division of pub-
WING to the great demand JforJ rooms, we
have opened the house for the accomodation
of the public. The remodeling of the house
has not been completed, and the formal opening
will not take place nor will all rooms be ready be before
fore before September 15th. However we have ample
first class rooms, with every modern convenience,
for all who may apply. No flies, no dirt, airy and
We are spending $15,000.00 on and in the Ocala
House, and no hotel in the state will be better
equipped to care for the traveling public, and at
LOHfllS M. Long, Mancncg
tired peopJe a little more rest, and
in the winter time saves poor folks
a big oill for electric light, gas or
If we change the time to eastern,
it will make us all get up an hour
sooner, wnicn will De. long oerore
lications, U. S. department of agri
A MODERN NECESSITY
The value of advertising Is felt at
three endsthe merchant, the con-
daylight four months in the year, sumer and the publisher.
of St. Peters church Saturday even evening,
ing, evening, tile was a good old man, and
tiis long life was a no'ble record of
kindly and helpful deeds.
The Servians have proven them themselves
selves themselves fine soldiers they have also
proven themselves able-bodied liars, army is 'backing li up it will probably
many times and (beating its assailants
off many times more. Namur is a
town or aoout rorty tnousand peo
ple at the confluence of the Meuse
and the Sambre, about 35 miles
from Brussels. It is more strongly
fortified than (Liege, and as a French
and it is just as well to accept their
reports of defeat and f wholesale
slaughter of the iAustrians with men mental
tal mental reservation.
give the Germans a lot of trouble.
RUMORS AXD REPORTS
Latest reports indicate that the at attack
tack attack of Japan on Germany will
cause Italy to come to the help of
the dual alliance. Sorry to 'have to
say it, but if the United States was
at war, the Star would rather have
Japan as an ally than Italy.
The' United Press Association,
which is a competitor of the Asso-j
elated Press, happened to a great
And it won't let us go to bed a min
Twenty-two years ago, the writer
had a chance to see how central
time worked, crossing the South
from Savannah to "El Paso. Change
to standard time had then been in
operation only a few years, and peo
ple had not forgotten how sun time
Savannah was on eastern time,
which didn't -suit any but the rail railroad
road railroad veonle. All local work was
carried on by the sun, and the town
had two different sets of time, wliich
was very annoying.
Central time suited everybody
from Savannah to some hundreds of
piece of luck -the other day. The
United Press sent messages out at imiles west of New Orleans, where
2:29 p. m., Xew York time, stating h TaHrnnrt tim .b?fln to ahead
Tt Is possible the Germans have
captured Ostend, ibut it won't do
them unuch good. Ostend is a great
watering place but a very Inferior
seaport. Its military and naval
strength is nil to the Germans until
tney, take all the remainder of Bel-
tnat tne pope was dead. This was
four hours and twenty-nine minutes
before the pontiff actually died, as
he passed away at 7:'20 p. m. New
York time. The Sun will stick to
of the sun, and worried the people
just like it will worry Florida if we
adopt eastern time.
It is a very great convenience to
run on a itime that enables a man to
Through the medium of his ad
vertlsements. tne merchant ac
quaints the consumer with the wares
he has for sale, with their values
and. their attractive features, and Is
himself constantly in touch with the
The consumer Teads of the goods
he wants, learns where to find them,
and saves the time of fruitless hunt
ing from place to place.
The publisher is the go-Detween,
the medium of communication 'be
tween the buyer and seller, a sort
of nublic convenience. Strange as
it may seem, he, too, has his uses.
Advertising accomplishes more
good and "better results for all peo-
Dle than any one feature in com
It is a modern necessity, made so
by the constantly increasing de
mands of a discriminating public
Is Yomiir leemmaim MirlgM
We mean are you getting the service we wish to give you and whicl
you ought to have? We believe you are. Most of our customers arc
satisfied, and we are proud of the fact- But if there is anything wronr
In our relations we want to know it NOW, so we can do our part it
straightening it out before the rush days come.
esta lee PsieEdnngj Co
, 1 1 1
8Q4- JJlt?nnrT s
tne 'Associated Press and get its travel over a very laTge st retell of
news immediately after it happens country without resetting, his watch
instead of (before and take chances every time he goes two or three
on it happening. 'Gainesville Sun. hundred miles east or -west.
The Star received a telegram
Yvri noes in v -o ftorn -vrr innnnnnninn'
TlSerm-any indignant at Great
Britain enlisting the aid of Japan,
threatens to stir up the Mohamme
dans in India against British Tule.
As that is something that even the j
Sultan of Turkey hasn't been able to
2o, the threat probably doesn't
.alarm Great Britain.
'Jacksonville .Metropolis: There
will he a demand for farm products
next year, greater than any year
As for the Metropolis statement since civii va lf thJ European
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main issmy njr rwuua w uaw war lasts six months. Florida is a
"It is reported in London that the (midday at 11 o'clock, the Metropolis producing country. She has millions
pope is dead." Thirty minutes later, has heen highly instrumental in hav- 0j acres from which she can produce
it received another telegram, an- ing noon come at 11:28 a. m. in Its Uracticallv anvthiner that is oroduc-
nouncing that the report was de- own city, as it can find out by doing e(j jn any other part of America. We
nied, so it printed neither. The a little figuring
There's Nothing Belter Than the Desi
And that's the reason why,
When for the best you are in quest,
Yonll not pass by, but will stop and buy
Inmiiroe -nrriv mrvr. 'tasr na.cn elors. so
' J r
' as to make it more easy for the fair
auprr to run
- If the 'Valley -Gazette doesn't know
fchat everv elisrible bachelor is air
"-rEndy tagged and on the run, it is
Banner, which takes the Associated
Press afternoon service, did not
have any notice of the pope's death,
though it is a morning paper.
Speaking of rumors,
Mr. lEd win Spencer came up from
Lakeland Saturday evening to see
his Ocala friends and attend to some
the Asso- business. He Is doing well in Lake-
need the producers.
them toy going after
BRIXG IX YOUR ACCOUNT SALES
elated Press sent out a dispatch. hand and likes that city. Edwin is a Summerfleld Chronicle: Mr. Na-
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
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which was printed in all its papers stranger in the first congressional than Mavo. has received a letter from $37.03 ClncinnaU, Ohio.
down and capture them. of Friday morning, announcing the Uistrict, hut he will make his mark Secretary J. D. .Rooney, of. the Ma- 47-35 Chicago, 111.
a1" i"3 ooi. i xnere in txi near luiure, -n xu i?u-1 xion County Boara or iTaae, request-1 .
was untrue, and It was corrected in pie of the entire 'state had sent him
the papers. of that afternoon. around to represent them before the
The reason the United Press ia- railroad commission at the rate
"One good thing about drinking
mineral water is that it fills the
drinker up so full hehas no room to
drink anything else," solemnly de declares
clares declares the editor of the Ocala tar.
Sounds like an experience and a next
morning conclusion. :St." "Petersburg
Being from Kentucky, the Inde Independent
pendent Independent man had no trouble in ar arriving
riving arriving at such a logical conclusion.
hearings, as the Marion County
Board of Trade had him represent
this- section in Ocala, the people
would have obtained some Telief.
'When Uncle tSteve tSparkman be becomes
comes becomes tired of going to Congress, the
voters of the first district can't do
In 1895, after Japan, In a fair
tight, had taken Port Arthur away
from China, Germany joined Russia
In compelling Japan to return that
important port to -the Chinese.
Khortly after, the Russians took po po-session
session po-session of Port Arthur and surround surrounding
ing surrounding territory, and it wasn't long af afterward
terward afterward that the Germans estahlish estahlish-ed
ed estahlish-ed themselves, at Kiao Chau. The
Germans, like the (Russians, have
run over the rights of the Japa Japanese
nese Japanese and Chinese in the far east, and
It is not surprising that they are
now going to be dosed with their
own dope. -....
pers printed the Teport of the pope's
death prematurely was the same
reason the Associated Press papers
printed the. report of the death of
the pope's sister. The dispatch
came in and the paper went to press
before it was corrected, it is very
likely the Associated 'Press also sent aTiy better than replace
out the premature reports of the Edwin.
pope's death. This paper was made
at an hour in the afternoon wnen
all evening papers, except those se-
curine: "Drotection" service, have
stopped taking dispatches. If the
Associated Press didn't send it out,
it was because it didn't hear of it in
The Gainesville Sun shouldn't
judge of press dispatches hy its own
rather limited service. If its editor
will go for a few days into the office
of a hig paper that takes a full re report,
port, report, and see how often an import important
ant important piece of news comes in one hour
to be" contradicted the next, he will
he Tather slow to jump on the United
Press for mistakes other services are
The Star has defended its own
press service from an unjustifiable
attack, hut it hasn't any sneers for
the others. They are all handled toy
hard-working and Intelligent men,
who are faithfully doing their hest
to supply the most accurate news
they can obtain as soon as it occurs.
Antwerp, ("on the wharf") where
King Albert and his army are mak making
ing making their final stand against foreign
Invasion, is the principal port of
Belgium. Like Jacksonville, it is on
a river, a number of miles from the
sen. and if -the Germans succeed in
capturing hoth hanks of the Scheldt, July 18, 1815, a little over ninety ninety-they
they ninety-they can prevent any relief hy water nine years ago, the thin, red lines
tram the British or 'French. It is, of Britain, on the field of Waterloo,
however, well fortified, and like stood the shock of Napoleon's mass mass-some
some mass-some of the neighboring cities of ive legions from early afternoon till
Holland, can add to the defense by almost sundown, meantime their gen-
3Jtting the dykes and flooding the
General Depression who visited
Ocala a few days last week left Fri Friday
day Friday night for parts unknown,' hav having
ing having met with such a cold reception
at the hands of Colonel Optimist,
one of 'our oldest and most respected
inhabitants. Several members of
the Pessimist family are still, among
us hut they will probably migrate
within the coming two' or three
weeks, now that their aged uncle,
General Depression, has left the
CHASE & SANBORN'S
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Jner w m from all RMnwrs x-vaasviue, iuu.
this season's" account sales for truck iouisvnie, ivy,
shipped either by frelght or express if
you have done any shipping this year
it is to your interest not to neglect
this and torine your account sales
to Mr. Mayo.
The object Is to produce these ac
count sales to both the railroad and
express officials who meet in Ocala. on
(August 28th., to show them that the
railroads and express companies re
ceive more than the farmer.
The hoard of trade committee is
working hard to have -a further re
duction in rates. Mr. Mayo has al
ready attended a number of these
meetings and the movement is in tne
$18.30 Marietta, Ga.
$39.05 New York, X. Y.
$30.05 Philadelphia, Pa.
41.80 St. Louis, Mo. .
$93.55 San 'Francisco, Cal.
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STOP OVERS ALLOWED
For information and reservations call on A. C. L. Ticket Agent, oi
J. G. KIRKIiAND, Division Passenger Agent,
country. Antwerp has' heen an im important
portant important place in northern 'Europe
ever since the Normans held it in the
ninth century. It has already stood
as, number of sieges and always made
an obstinate defense. If the Ger-
' mans take it, they will probably use
ihe entire power of their empire to
erals looking anxiously to the east
for the Prussians sorely needed ;o
save them from defeat. "Oh, for
night or Blucher!" Saturday, two
cavalry hrigades, one British and the
Other German, skirmished all over
the same historic field. The British
had rather the hest of it, but the
Germans drew off in good order to-
iiain. It, as it would be a most im- ward Brussels, now in their hands,
rtant seaport for them.
It is a matter of doubt that the
XSege forts yet resist the Germans.
while the British, who had come up
along the line of CCapoleon's march,
fell back toward the Anglo-French
m .Ttra i
army at LMvenes. vv nax cnanges
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Summerfield Chronicle: Last Tues
day August 17th, 1914, the angel of
death visited the home of C. Steele,
when the soul of Mrs. 'Helny Horn Horn-strom
strom Horn-strom Stahl-Steele went before its
maker. Mrs. Steele came here a few
months ago with her husband from
Illinois; Mrs. Steele was in had
health and it was hoped that the
change of climate would benefit her.
Some days ago a change for the worse
came, ana on last saunaay au nope
of recovery was abandoned. Mrs.
Steele leaves a husband and little
son to mourn her death. The sym sympathies
pathies sympathies of the community are extend extended
ed extended to the family.
CLARENCE II. 3LYSTIN, JR.
n 11 r j 7iA
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Summerfield Chronjcle: Mr. C. H
ifastin, our esteemed new settler,
has received word from Utah of the
death of his son, Clarence H. Mastin,
Jr., last Sunday Treek, August 9th.
Young Mastin was horn in' Detroit,
Michigan, and was 36 years of age
and married. He leaves a wife and
three little children to mourn his
death. Mr. Mastin was stricken with
heart failure caused from heat pros
tration. The many friends of Mastin
Sr. and the Chronicle extend their
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IXTEBXATIOXAL NEWS SEIIVICE SPECIAL TO THE STAK
New York, August 23, 4 p. m.
Japan declared war, on Germany at O p. in. Toklo time, which is
4 a. m. New York time.. The Japanese fleet, perhaps will begin a bom bom-bardment
bardment bom-bardment of the German forts in the Orient tomorrow. The German am ambassador
bassador ambassador was handed his passports today. Germany did not answer the
A big battle" is reported raging at Charleroi, in Belgium, where the
allies are attempting to check the German advance toward France. The
allies met a huge German force.. The battle line is reported to extend
Several Austrian warships are reported sunk in the Adriatic by the
Greece Is reported to have sent troops to aid Servia.
Italy is mobilizing under cover. It is reported a general mobiliza mobilization
tion mobilization order will go out August 27th.
St. Petersburg reports "continued Russian success."
The German Charge D affairs onheimhausen, at Washington issu
ed" a statement today saying the Germans have captured 8,000 Russians
on the eastern border of Prussia and the Germans in Belgium are repeat repeatedly
edly repeatedly winning.
AUTONOMY FOB POLAND
By. 'Herbert Temple, European Man Manager
ager Manager of the International Cs'ews
One of the most sensational and
far reaching incidents of the great
Avar, is the promise of the Czar of
iRussia to restore the Kingdom ot
Poland under autonomous govern government.
ment. government. Should the promise be fulfill fulfilled',
ed', fulfilled', it will afford the realization of
Polish aims for 142 years.
The resuscitation of the ancient
kingdom would set up an effectual
harrier to Pan-Germanism, and
would win the support for Russia in
the present War of the Poles of Austria-Hungary
and Germany. The
student of history will recognize the
tremendous irony of this proclama proclamation
tion proclamation of the descendants of Catherine
the Great, at the cost of the des descendant
cendant descendant of her ally in the dismem dismemberment
berment dismemberment of 1772, Frederick of Prus Prus-.
. Prus-. sia. -'
Probably it is as true today as
formerly, that an absolutely inde independent
pendent independent Poland could not exist be between
tween between three empires which have pre previously
viously previously amputated it, but constituted
in he terms of he imperial proclama proclamation,
tion, proclamation, under the suzerainty of Rus
sia, its position and the numbers of
it a 'Tionulation will .inevitably favor
liberal development, and this will
react upon the condition of the whole
of the Russian lands. :
(War has always, for Russia pre
sented such dramatic necessities as
'this. The Crimean war led to the
emancipation of the serfs, and the
.Tananese war to the beginning of
the establishment of 'parliamentary
institutions, it was therefore inevi-
vtable that when 'Russia began ner
V advance upon Germany and Austria
that the Polish population from the
Baltic to the Carpathians should re
ceive some such dramatic induce inducement
ment inducement to chose their destiny. This
proclamation of the Czar will not
fail to stir the imagination of that
part of the world which knows how
fiercely the spirit of nationalism
burns to this very day in the Polish
people, who, once a strong force in
making the history of Europe, now
find their land divided among three
nations, and their very language
threatened with extinction.
In the middle of the
century, Poland was a
powerful kingdom, while its begin beginnings
nings beginnings go back to. almost legendary
ages. From the time of the reign of
Miezyslaw, between 9G2 and 992,
history that is accepted by modern
historians as authentic, has been
written about Poland. Under his
reign she was Christianized, an
edict being issued in 9S0 that every
Pole who had not been baptised
should undego baptism. 'Mieczyslaw
was a suitor for the daughter of the
King of Bohemia, who would not
give her hand to a pagan, and the
"fact that the Germans had previous previous-n
n previous-n ly conquered Poland, and insisted on
V Chiristianity, was auomw wuuiuu
that advanced the cause of Christian Christianity
ity Christianity among the Poles.
Mieczyslaw was succeeded by his
son, Boleslaw, surnamed the Great,
and after him came a long line of
kings who upheld the fortunes of
Poland on an equal level with the
warring .peoples of Europe, as then
constituted. From the very begin beginning
ning beginning Russia was an enemy. Rela-
thp Germanic nations
tr 1 T I W W I 1 M M
there were wars with them. Aus Austria's
tria's Austria's name did not make its en entrance
trance entrance nto Polish history until com comparatively
paratively comparatively late, but then Austria was
as an enemy.
During the reign of Boleslaw, the
king murdered with his own hand
St. Stanislaw, who had interdicted
all the Polish churches.. Boleshaw
went to a chape! where the saint was
holding mass, and when his follow7 follow7-ers
ers follow7-ers were restrained 'by a miracle
from the murder, Boleslawr himself
put 'him to death with his sword. He
was forced to flee into Hungary, and
for 200 years the popes refused the
title of kingdom for Poland, as a re result
sult result of the murder.
In the- reign of Casimir III.,
called the Great, the martial pros prosperity
perity prosperity of the kingdom increased
notably. The principal towns, Dant-
zic and Cracow, to increase their
commercial importance, joined the
Hanseatic League, and the towns on
the Vistula grew in wealth and num
ber. At this time, the name of 'War 'Warsaw
saw 'Warsaw 'begins to appear, though it was
not made the capital of the kingdom
until about 1312.
Shortly after 1389 the Poles, un under
der under King Wyladslaw, were seriously
beaten by the Turks at Varha, Bul Bul-gari,
gari, Bul-gari, and the kingdom was in straits,
even though Bohemia and 'Hungary
had been added to the dominion by
election shortly after Wyladslaw's
Sigismund II. (154S to 1572)
lost the Palatinate of Polstock to
Ivan the Terrible and Liconia to the
Swedes. In 'his reign the Diet of
Lublin closely bound Poland and
Lithuania. The throne had now (be (become,
come, (become, elective, and the nobles had
graduallyencroached on the power of
the king tby the adoption of the pacta
conventa. After Sigismund II. there
was an interregnum, and the throne
was publicly offered for election by
the nobles. The candidates were the
Archduke of Austria, a Swedish
prince; ilvan the Terrible of Russia,
and Henry of Valois, brother of the
The French duke was elected, and
signed the pacta conventa, which he
had no intention of carrying out.
He was one of the worst characters
his line had produced, and sharing
in the guilt of the massacre of St
Bartholomew, came there unpopular.
He had little love for his task, which
was only to endure for five months.
of Turks and Moslems with a huge
army. In 1683 they swept the plains
of Hungary, and laid siege to Vien Vienna.
na. Vienna. Emperor Leopold and his court
promptly t fled. The Polish King,
who had been solicited by the Em Emperor
peror Emperor himself, and upon whom all
Europe looked as its possible savior,
joined with the German troops and
led an assault that put the enemy
completely to route. Six pashas were
slain, and the booty captured was
There were more wars, in which
France and Sweden and Russia fig figured,
ured, figured, and in the succeeding years
the kingdom was rent by factional
strife, and anarchy and pillaging by
the peasantry. Then came a king
who was a mere puppet in the hands
of 'Russia. In 17GS a few patriots
met in the town of Bar and formed
the Confederation of Bar. It looked
as- though they would throw off the
foreign influence, but finally Russia
prevailed, and the band broke up.
Cassimir Pulaski, one of the leading
spirits, leaving for America to lead
the colonies in the war of the rebel rebellion.
lion. rebellion. The partition of the country had
already toeen agreed upon secretly
between 'Russia, Prussia and Austria,
the idea having been suggested by
Frederick the Great.
In 1772 the partition was put in into
to into effect, Prussia and Austria getting
their desired portion, and Russia
what was called White Russia, with
all the land beyond the Dnieper. The
Poles were obliged to sanction this
plunder of their country by a diet
held in 177S. Strife among the
nobles followed, and again there was
intervention, Russia by this extend extending
ing extending her line to the center of Lithu Lithuania
ania Lithuania and Volhynia. An insurrection
broke out under Thaddeus Koscius Koscius-co,
co, Koscius-co, but he was defeated and made
prisoner at the battle of Maciejow.ice
in 1794. Shortly afterward Warsaw
was taken, and the kingdom of Po Poland
land Poland came to an end. The king re resigned
signed resigned the crown In 1795, and was
summoned to St. Petersburg, where,
it was said, he was subjected to con continual
tinual continual humiliation at the hands of
the Czar until he died there.
By the treaty of Vienna in 1814,
there was again a resettlement of
Poland, under the terms of which
that portion which went to Russia
was to form a constitutional king kingdom
dom kingdom subject to the Czar, with a fair fairly
ly fairly liberal constitution. Two revolu
tions subsequent! j, in 1S30 and
1863, were attempted by Polish pat
riots, both of which were unsuccess
ful. The second one cost the Poles
the official loss of their, language In
Russia, for It, was ordered that
thereafter Russian should be used in
all official documents instead of Po Polish,
lish, Polish, and the University of "Warsaw
was Russified. In Prussian Poland
the assimiliation was more quiet and
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The teacher bad just read the myth
about Perseus and Medusa. She wished
to stimulate the imagination of her
youngsters and ased them to de describe
scribe describe the hero as they pictured him.
One little girl wrote: "Perseus was
tall and stately with a black waxy
mustache and wore a mcnolog over
his left eye."
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A Genuine Java and Moca
In 1 lb. Packages Always Fresh Roasted
By the way, come and see those little solid alcohol stoves, 75 cents.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas, county, s. s.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
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F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business
in the city of Toledo, county and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will
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ember, December, A. D. 1886.
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THE CASE OF L. L. CANTELOL
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who had been troubled with severe
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Remedy. After using the second bot
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Hard Fight 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
perience of Mrs. Anna Boeme, wife of
the captain of the Russian steamer
When he had private advices which Kometa, which blew up off Algiers and
told him that he was to succeed his was completely burned, with the loss
brother to the throne of France, he of 15 of ner company. "My husband
nrprmrPrt n frrpat rpopnt'on. at which Put me In a boat after the ship had
Polish subjects than he had ever
When he retired for the night, he
left the palace by a remote exit, and
rushed for France as fast as horses
would carry 'him. He was pursued
capsized. I began to swim in the black
water, which was 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
I 11 t A . .
by Polish officials, and after he had lue Pmi OI giving up, l neard a voice
entered German lands, he parleyed 8noutinS l Russian, 'Come here.' It
vas me cnier stoker and some of the
men in a boat which was full of wa-
with them. He said in a vague way
that when he restored France to
tranquility he would return, a prom
ise he had no intention of keeping.
After this the lot of Polish Kings
became even more uimcuit, princi
pally owing to the power of the
nobles, and the small armies of re retainers
tainers retainers each of them maintained,
thus preventing national unity.
The greatest Polish generals, and
one of the first soldiers of the age,
Sohieski, was made king in 1674,
under the title of John III. During
ter. They hoisted me in it and T sat
in water up to my hips for two hours
II Olio I
were in the -main peaceable, althojhis reign there was a new invasion
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THE OCAIiA rrTENING STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 24. 1014
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any Items for this department call phone IOC)
Thought for the Day
Love your home, it is the jewel
casket containing the most precious
of all jewels ddmestic happiness.
Mrs. Annie M. Perry is the guest
for a few days of Mrs. T. O. Massey
at her 'North Lake Weir home.
Mr. George Ford was a week-end
guest of relatives here, coming down
from Jacksonville "Saturday.
Mrs. Rexie Todd, who is spending
the summer in Asheville, N. C, has
as her guest her mother, Mre.' 'Bd 'Bd-ward
ward 'Bd-ward Walker of Clinton, Ky.
Mrs. George Campbell and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Alice Campbell, left today
for a ten days' rest at Worthington
Misses Katherme and Mildre
Pyles are thef guests of Miss Legie
iDlitch for a fe
day3 at her home ijr
Mrs. Harry E. eLavengood and
niece, Miss Theo Leavengood of
Tampa, are guests of Ocala relatives
for several weeks.
Mr. E. V. Clemments 1s in the
city for a short, stay, coming over
Saturday from Daytona, where his
family is located for the summer.
-Mayor and Mrs. J. D. Robertson
and little" son Jack, have returned
from a week's visit to Daytona
-Mr. -Raymond B. Bullock was the
guest over 'Sunday of Capt. and 'Mrs
S. R. (Pyles and family at Glen-
"Messrs. iE. C. Bennett and D. G.
Barnett returned this imorning from
a. week-end spent with their .families
who are summering at Oklawaha on
The many friends of Mr. C. P.
Howell will regret to learn of his
illness since 'Friday at his country
home, "Rock Hall," southwest of the
Mrs. IE. -L. Parr has as her guest
"her daughter, Mrs. J. N. Fisher, from
Tampa, who will spend a month an
the eity, after which she will go to
Mississippi to reside.
Mrs. Stanley James of Yalaha,
gave a, -dance Thursday evening at
her home that was attended 'by a
number of Leesburgers. Leesburg
Misses Emma and Sidney Perry
'ni-n irnActo ?- itVio want ,rf ATt n ti fi
Mrs. J. H. Spencer and family at
:Hthefr pleasantiummer home on the
. Mrs. Port Leavengood left via the
Seaboard limited yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon for Jacksonville on account of
the illness of her mother, Mrs. Al Alva
va Alva ra da De-Vane.
Miss Mary Lou Luckie of Ocala, is
the guest for a time ot Prof, and
Mrs. F. E. Sheppard, of South Pal Pal-fmetto
fmetto Pal-fmetto avenue. Daytona notes in
Miss Blair WoodroW entertained a
few, friends informally Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon at Blair Villa, Woodmar, in
compliment to Miss Luddie Smith,
the popular and most attractive niece
of Col. and Mrs. 'Robert L. Ander Ander-son.
'Mrs. T. P. Drake of alaha, w
came to the city to attend the fir
eral of her sister, Mrs. C. P. LovetL
is quite ill at the DeSoto Sanitariu
to the regret of her many frien
here. Jacksonville Metropolis.
new DooKs. urs. tun was assi.ea
in serving the refreshments by Miss
Virginia Smith. The other guests
besides the honorees were Misses
Frances Chambers, Mary Louise and
Doris Knight, Sophie Whitaker and
Harriette Larner. Tampa Tribune.
Miss 'Maybelle Williams of Willis-
ton and Prof. John Robert Benron of
Norfolk. Va.. were quietly married
last Evening at -the home of Mrs
Bishop on Fort King avenue, an
aunt of the 'bride, in the presence of
onlv a few Intimate friends. Rev. Dr.
Benton, father of the groom, per
forming the ceremony, using the
Eoisconal Tine: service. Dr. Benton
came irom his home in csorioiK es
peeially for the occasion.
-Miss 'Williams has made her home
in this city for some time and has
won a warm place in the hearts of
inany who will be pleased to learn
of her great happiness. She is a
most attractive and highly accom
pushed young lady and was very
beautiful in her wedding robe of ex
quisitely dainty mull with shadow
lace trimmings and a bridal veil of
rare old lace that was worn by her
another upon a similar happy occas
ion many years ago, caught up with a
wreath of .orange blossomsHer only
attendant was 'her sister, Miss Felicia
Williams of 'Williston, who w as very
charming in a dainty soft white robe.
The bride carried a white vellum
prayer book. 'Her only jewel was a
crescent, the gift of the groom.
Prof. Benton "is connected with the
University of Gainesville and is very
popular in the college and? social life
of that city, and has a host of friends
all over the South.
The young couple left immediate immediately
ly immediately for Ardmore, Pa., for their honey honeymoon
moon honeymoon and will (be at home to their
friends in Gainesville after the first
of October. The bride's going away
suit was dark hlue serge with tan
hat and gloves to match.
They have the hest wishes of a
large circle of friends for a married
-life of much happiness and prosper prosperity.
ity. prosperity. The guests upon this occasion
were Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Condon,
Miss Cecile -Downs and Miss Mary
Lee Hill of this city.
Mrs. F. R. Kaiser, after "spending
the past two weeks inN the city the
guests of her sons, Bob and Fred,
left Thursday for Jacksonville. After
spending a few days there she will
return to her home in Ocala.
Mr. William Hocker will leave In
the morning' for Seabreeze, to join
.his family. Mrs. Hocker is expected
to arrive at Seabreeze the latter part
of the week from Asheville, where
she has (ben the guest of .Mrs. Jack
Camp and family for ten days.
Major and Mrs. L. T. Izlar left to today
day today for Blackville, S. C, where they
will, be the guests of their daughter,
Mrs.' Sam Buist and family for some
days, going from there on the first
of September to Tryon, X. C, and
Saluda, X. C, for the balance of the
of her recent experience in Mulhaus-
en, uermany, wnere wua her hus
band and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Walker
of 'Macon, Ga., they narrowly escap
ed death from German bullets. Aft After
er After three days spent amid a hail of
projectiles, they escaped afoot and
at last accounts were in Gattermade,
a resting place in the Black Forest.
A letter from one of the party states
that their experience will never be
forgotten. For days they awaited
death momentarily, as shells ex
ploded over their heads and in the
garden of their house. Their escape
was nothing less than a miracle. Tr.
Cade is a prominent dentist and has
long made his home in Europe. He
is originally from Washington, Ga;,
while their guests, Dr. and Mrs.
Walker, were from Atlanta, and the
former also a dentist. Their friends
are anxiously awaiting news of their
Mr. William Camp, who is spend spending
ing spending the summer in Asheville, X. C,
uu"u l" -i during her short
a visit to His sisters, -mts. m. r Arm Armstrong
strong Armstrong and family, who have a sum-
Compliment to Ocala Young Indies
'Miss Beulah Whitney, the attract attractive
ive attractive young daughter of Mrs. A. G.
Whitney, proved a charming hostess
Wednesday evening entertaining at
an informal dancing party at her
home in Ri;erside in compliment to
her house guests, Miss- Minnie
Jackson of iBirmingham, and Miss
Mary Jiarriett Livingston of Ocala
Those enjoying this pleasant oc occasion
casion occasion with the hostess and honoree
were: Miss -Mildred Beville, Miss
Jean Stockton, 'Miss Genevieve Jled Jled-ding,
ding, Jled-ding, Miss Allene Rudolph, Miss
Margaret Brohston, Miss Marie
Hyde, Miss Julia Cranford, Miss
Helen 'Hartridge, Miss Marie Lasse Lasse-ter,
ter, Lasse-ter, Miss 'Edith Lewis, Miss Katie
Meggs, Miss Helen Bowen, i Miss
Amy Shields, Miss Sue Moore, of
Ocala, Messrs. Edwin Arnold, J. C.
Stanley, iHenry Dunn, Cromwell
Gibbons, Charles Arnold, Marion
Coles, George Albertson, Wallace
Brown, Benine Bedding, Stanley
Brobston, Rudolph Bowen, Clement
Reinhart. Alonzo Rogers, Bob Col-
lens, Robert Parker, Blair Bnrwell,
Jr., Hayward Christopher, Sweet
Smith, 'Robert Whitney, John Whit Whitney,
ney, Whitney, William Budd and William Mc
Caffrey.- Sunday Metropolis'.
Miss Annie Hatcher, who has
been stenographer for the Board of
Trade, left today for her old home
in Atlanta, where she will visit her
mother for a few weeks, and then
enter Agnes Scott College. Miss
Hatcher is a very "bright and charm charming
ing charming young lady. The many friends
she made in Ocala part froni her
with regret and hope her path thru
life will ever be bordered with suc success.
Miss Miriam Pasteur passed thru
the city Saturday night on -her way
to Lake Weir, where she will visit
her father, Mr. John Pasteur and
'family, until time to enter upon her
duties as the new principal of the
Lakeland high school.
Mr. and 'Mrs. 'Henry Watterson
Tucker left today for a fortnight's
stay at Xorth Lake Weir. They were
accompanied by Mrs. Tucker's sister,
Miss Lois Dame. Mr. Tucker -will
srend as much time at the lake as
his "business will per ni!t,s going down
each evening, and returning in the
Miss lHattie Lou Trammell, ho
has been the admired guest of Miss
Trma Blake for some time, returaed
to 'her home near Pensacola to
in response to a telegram stati
that her brother was quite ill. Miss
Trammell has made many friends
visit who will re
gret her hasty departure.
Highest Quality, Sold at a Fair Price. No cut on a
few leaders, to get you in, but a legitimate price, on
each item. Each article pay its share, not one below
cost, the others much above.
We have constantly followed this policy during
our long business career and expect to continue to do
so. We have found in the long run that our custom -ers
are better satisfied. If you are not already one of
our regular ones, come and try us, when you get tired
of the other form of merchandising.
1 1 p T7
tropolis. "His ambition is grand
opera, and if his (past success keeps
up, his friends have every reason to
be very hopeful for him. He has a
splendid 'baritone voice and is the
soloist at one of the hi& churches in
Brooklyn. sHe has alos been most
successful in getting engagements to
sing at private entertainments and
at concerts. Mr. Swain had expect expected
ed expected to go to Europe and finish his
studies, but the war has changed
this plan and he will Teturn to Xew
York the first of the month. Tampa
-E. C. Bennett and children
arid Mis3 Collie Clark. Who have
been spending th past two months
at the lakeOiLume of Tfr. 'Henry's
cottages, returned home this morn morning,
ing, morning, greatly benefited by their sum-
mer camp there, and Mrs. E. F. Fitch
and family of Chicago, who arrived
at the camp a few days ago to enjoy
r. John (Edwards, president x)f
the Ocala National Bank, returned
today froma short visit to relatives
at Old Townd-o the 'Suwrannee river.
Mr. Edwardswas accompanied over
by his wife'and little daughter, who
will spend some time as the guests
hof her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Shep-
Mr. Edwin Swain, who has heen
the guest of his .brother, Mr. F. A.
Swain, has gone to Clearwater for a
few days. He 'has also been spend spending
ing spending some time at Sarasota and with
his mother at Anthony, near Ocala.
Mr. Swain has been studying voice
in New York for the past four years
under Victor Harris and some of the
other leading teachers or the me-
Brand, of Savannah,
general superintendent of the sec second
ond second division of the Coast Line, with
his family made a short stop in Ocala
today. Mr. Brand is making a tour
of the road in this section and is
traveling in his private car.
TfS w & Star si2 C o
Teams For Rent LioM and Heavy Hauiino
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
COLLIER BEOS., Proprietors.
Capt. and Mrs. J. W. Willis went
up to Ocala Saturday, to see their
little grandson, Freddie Scott, who is
an the hospital there. Master 'Fred-
rlio "had ifTio. mkfnrtnnA tct fall and
traik 'both arms recently, mention Pleasant Monday at the springs, and
of which was made in last week's
Dr. John MacDiarmid, with Mrs.
W. C. Cannons, 'Mrs. A. ;H. Woodall
and Miss (Emma Cannons, spent a
fTa per. Crystal River News.
Mr. and Mrs. Barnard Mallard are
announcing the Mrth of a fine son,
born to them on Aug. 17, at their
home in Gainesville. .' 'Mr. and Mrs.
Mallard at one time lived in this city
and have many friends, here who
will he pleased to learn of their
'Miss Cannons gave a very fine eques
trian exhibition of 'bareback riding
on the 'big bay stallion Dixie, by
making him do all his circus tricks
in the 'big swimming pool. Her rid riding
ing riding was very much admired by. every
one and she is certainly a fine horse-
DeLeon Snrings notes in
Miss Cannons is one of the state's
most charming and popular youn
women and has many friends in this
city, Tvliere she has been an admired
uest of Miss Virginia Sistrunk.
Miss Minnie Stovall and Miss
Lydie McBougald, of Ocala, were the
iionorees "yesterday afternoon at a
pretty and informal little bridge
rr sriven them by Mrs. Hewitt
Tim iATi;!? Stovall was given the Agnes Burford, a sister of Mr. R. A
f the! Burford. will be interested to learn
The many friends in this city or
Mrs. Edward B. Cade, nee Miss
DON'T BE HOODWINKED
into the belief tnat L.eaa ana
hand-mixed paint is either as dura durable
ble durable or economical as paint made by
modern machinery provided always
hat proper materials are used.
Mr. G. T. Liddon and son Van,
were taken to the hospital this morn morning.
ing. morning. All patients are doing well.
WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?
FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR
If any 'reader of the Star has in
his or her possession any good story
or lengend of Silver Springs, or the
Indian Chief Osceola, in connection,
with the springs the Star would ap appreciate
preciate appreciate the loan of it for use in. our
columns and for publication in a
A lot cf new .boks at The Murray
College of Arts and Sciences; Normal
School; School of Music; School of Art
Extension Division; Graduate School.
Modern Gymnasium with swimming
pooL Basket ball and tenuis courts;
new and modern buildings; beautiful
campus; dormitories have all modern
conveniences ; new dining room and
itchen most hygenic In Florida; 418
oung women from 49 counties and 12
states last session.
TUITION FREE in College and Nor Normal
mal Normal SchooL Board and entrance fees
for the year $124. For catalogue write
EDWARD CONRADL President.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal
Arts; Law; Engineering; agriculture;
Teachers College; Experiment Station;
extension Division; Graduate SchooL
Ten new brick buildings, besides gym gymnasium,
nasium, gymnasium, swimming pool and many sub subsidiary
sidiary subsidiary buildings. 61 ofScers, instruc instructors
tors instructors and assistants. 254 young men
from 47 Florida counties and 24 states
md foreign countries last session.
TUITION FREE, Board and Entrance
Fees, 1122.50 per year Write today for
catalogue. A. A. MURPI1REE, Pres
is ALL PAINT, finely ground and
thoroughly incorporated by powerful
machinery to which you add an equal
amount of Pure Linseed Oil
which you buy YOURSELF at oil
price the result is an extremely
durable, eood-bodied Pure Linseed
Oil Paint at very economical price.
WLL YOU TRY IT? FOR SALE BY
fARION HARDWARE COMPANY.
Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
If you need hardware, give up a
call. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf
Easter In the Greek church this
rear fell Just a week later than the
western-Easter. The Greeks (who for
ecclesiastical purposes include the
Russians and the peoples of the Bal Balkans)
kans) Balkans) never accepted the Gregorian
alendar. Their Easter is sometimes
before ours and sometimes aftpiv Tn
8-22-tf, lg65 they both fell together, but that
was an accident, not likely to occur
igaln for some time to come.
For one -week only. Cadet Choco Chocolates
lates Chocolates 35 cents for one full pound, at
For the next thirty days we will
sell stock, poultry and cattle pow
ders and (medicines for one-half
nrice. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf
"Why is It that "a man won't wash
his face with a washcloth?" demanded
Mrs. Wombat. "Men haven't time for
all that foolishness," said Mr. Wom Wombat.
bat. Wombat. "First you have to wash .your
face and then you have to wash the
Going It Blind.
Enver Eey got an idea of the locks
of his future bride by means of a pho photograph.
tograph. photograph. This illustrates a difficulty
from which the young Englishman 13
free, tut which Is sometimes very
amazing to the young Turk. He ought
not to see his bride's face until he Las
actually married her, or at the very
least until he is betrothed. The young
lady, as Duckett Ferriman points out,
can take a drive and get a glimpse of
her suitor's face out of doors. But her
face should remain veiled from him.
and, although he generally contrives
to get an idea of her appearance, it
cannot always be done. Mr. Ferriman
mentions a high official's son -who vas
mortified at his wedding to find his
bride a brunette, when he wanted a
Woodmen meet FTiday night.
. J, tiO yl iw,
THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR MONDAY, AUGUST 21. 1914
P If; 1
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To those who have long desired a
horizontal or Baby Grand and
were deterred either by price or
space conditions, we offer ii;e
INVERTED GRAND PIANO
The united genius of the Mehlin
family of four generations has solv solved
ed solved the problem of taking all the'
basic principles the sound produc producing
ing producing features of the grand and plac placing
ing placing them in an upright case.
Thus it is possible to obtain all
the magnificent tonal quality of
the grand piano within the space
limitations of an upright.
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WE HAVE LOTS AXI) LOTS OF LITTLE LABOR-SAVING
THINGS FOR -YOUIt KITCHEN SO MANY. WE CANNOT TELL,
YOU ABOUT THEM ON PArER. JUST COME IN AND SEE
1 OH YOURSELF.
WHEN YOU DO, YOU WILL1 BUY, BECAUSE YOU CAN GET
A WHOLE ARMFUL OF LITTLE, HELPFUL THINGS YOU
NEED, AND THEY WILL COST ONLY A VERY LITTLE 3ION 3ION-EY.
EY. 3ION-EY. AND YOU WILL THANK US FOR REMINDING YOU
FSioiae 118, Ocala, F!a.
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THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE
Lcnnh 500 feet; breadth 93 feet, 6inche; 510 stateroom and parlors accommodating paxen paxen-gersT
gersT paxen-gersT Greater in cost larger in &U proportions richer in all appointments than any steamer on
inland waters of the worl J. In service June 15th.
Magnificent Steamer "SEEANDBEE, "City of Erie and "City of Buffalo"
Daily BUFFALO and CLEVELAND May it to Dec 1st
Leave Buffalo 9:00 P. M. Leave Cleveland - 9:00 P. M.
( Arrive Cleveland 7i30A.M. Arrive Bunalo - 7:30 A.M.
. (Eatern Standard Time)
ronneetions at Cleveland for Pnt-in-Bav. Toledo, Detroit md all poinU Vest and Soathweat. Railroad
ticket reading between Buffalo and Cleveland are ood for transportation on oar tteamert.
Ask your ticket agent for ticket via C. & B. Line. Wri us for handsome illustrated booklet free.
THE CLEVELAND ik B UFFALO TRANSIT CO,,CUUin! O.
avenue of commerce, with the Me Metropolis
tropolis Metropolis City as a gateway. Because
Ocala anJ its surrounding country is
one of the most fertile and highly de developed
veloped developed agricultural and citrus com communities
munities communities in the state. Last, but not
a; leasi, because Oliver springs :s me
Lsijli:m)Hi pictl-p.es taken of Kreatest- most wonderful si)rin of
. .. fresh water in the wond, and is rank-
ea vuiy oy .uauiuiuui Lave, auu a iew
SUA IAI l-Al other wonders, as a point of inter
ior the first time in the history of fSE frcrn the standpoint of the tour-
advertising S.lver bpnngs and the
beautiful Daylight Route to Palatka, wJth fine protograph3f figures,
a series of pictures of the scenery maps and statistics which are cer cer-of
of cer-of Silver Springs and Silver fiver tainly convincing.
has been taken in a systematic and "Silver Springs discharges into the
thorough manner. river four hundred million gallons of
Mr. Ed Carmichael, Mr. R. water daily," said Mr. Rooney. It
Wright of the J. P. Bell Co. or is a factt though few people, even
Lynchburg, Va., Secretary iRooney of hn Florida know it. It has never yet
the Marion County Board of Trade, been properly exploited as a natural
and Photographer -Reeves and a rep- WOnder, but undoubtedly it is one of
resentative of the Star made a trip tne greatest in the world.
from Silver Springs to a mile below At the .mouth of the main spring
the mouth of the Oklawaha river the basin is ighty-five feet deep and
and took nearly forty different views tvro hundred wide. A dime thrown
of the most attractive places along into the depths is plainly visible at
the route so that the matchless the bottom, so clear is the water.
scenery of the stream can be shown An objects placed in the water take
up to the best advantage. on a strange iridescent s-lod. The
These pictures will .be developed whole of the springs cover three ac-
and printed and from them and all re3j and are contained In five Oiuge
the best existing pictures that can limestone basins.
be had, will be taken a great many ,A look into tne dePths of the wa-
and cuts made from them, .both ter is a vvondrful and mysterious
large and small, and the new litera- experience. Jules Verne's Twenty
ture of the Silver Springs transpor- Thousand Leagues under the Sea
tation company's "Daylight Route carries the same lmpression. The
will be profusely illustrated. This Springs, properly advertised, would
advertising matter, .better, hand- be one of the greatest assets to the
somer and more completely illus- state of Fiorida. And the Oklawaha
trated, will "be the size of a 32-page river project would make them al-
standard size railroad folder, on most as much of a drawing card for
heavy enameled book paper, printed Jacksonville as for Ocala.
in three- colors. Fifty thousand The & vi fm nio
is now made from Palatka in about
and it will be 'by far the finest piece twen,ty hours. Two boats" belonging
of advertising matter ever Issued by to the old ,Hart Line are in operation,
any company, or from any other They are similar in type to the Miss.
source, as far as we know, from this issippl rivr boats, and 'carry both
county or the Silver Springs and freight and passengers. 2900 people
Oklawaha river routes. It will make took the trip last year
the folders of the Hart Line, for in- A new ,boat service, established
stance, look like "thirty cents." hv i:np w!U makA ,thP entire
The advertising matter for the trip daylight starting early in the
,T 1 A. -Tk i !11 1 1 1 I
uayngnt itouie win ue reaay o mnrril-n nTlf, r0n.liirHn? th trin the
same daj-. A through freight and
the first of .November and will be
oh vou cool
& -4 .J,
Ind not only every boy's delight.
rj but the delight of the whole family is
IPmre. Freslu lee Cream
The kind that's smooth and velvety,
without the chunks of ice sometimes
found in so called "ice cream" sold at
fountains; in short, a real luxury at no
more cost than cheap compounds.
Delivered Anywhere in the City in
Sanitary Ice Packed1 -Retainers
OneQuarl or More
File Cirt Ffaraaacy
Our Hobby Is Carefully Compounded
Prescriptions Day or Night
circuiaiea in a systemauc way. ue- n9pnMP tn TapvRnnvillP will
fore the opening of the season the probablv he an innovation of the
new vessel, Silver Springs,
Mr. Roonev said that the office of
trip each way every day during the Major LaDue, government engineer,
season. The new vessel will carry had passed favorably on the project,
io passengers very comfortably and and after a carefUl survey, had esti
iuu in a rusn ume. - mated that the channel -could be
-Much Appreciated Writeup in the straightened, widened and deepened
Metropolis to accomodate much larger and much
faster boats for a very small amount
iunder an excellent illustration of f monev eomnaratively and that
j. i n i 9 I
xne springs ana us commerce car- the project was perfectly feasible
neiis, xne loiiowing excellent wrixe-
up of Silver Sorinsrs and the Okla- ;
Within a few dava a bi2 frhtrK 'Mr.-'E. Carl .Harris, who has been
will make a trio from Silver Snrin-s' ick so long, passed away at 8
tn .Tn nlr nn vi 11 o anil ta rr r tn,t o'clock this morning, in the little
Her mission will be two-fold; she cottage uacK 01 me .vdiuiicuaci
will receive her maiden inspectioniby idence, where I16 and Mrs. Harris
the steamboat officials; and she will nave lived since the' arrived here
demonstrate for all time that the six months ago.
OVTnwnhn rlvar fa a fl!,virah1a ctroom Jir. iHamS Was a V1CL1IU Ul luutri-
and an imnortant thoroughfare. culosis. He came to Florida from
iHer trin will not be the first one. Trenton, X. J., hoping the mild cli-
for the river has been a hichwav of mate would arrest his disease', but
freight and passenger commerce for he came 't0 late, and for the last
half a century. At the time when three months all have known it was
the proposed widening and deepen- merely a matter of time before death
p v.r,i ; ciaimea 'Dim. we aas uuiuk um
point in the "(Rivers and Harbors" tedious suffering with patience, and
bill in the Senate, she will supply an always mustered a smile to meet his
added link in an already strong case riend3
' I m- x. t
that .th nrniAft i n moritftHnnc r.no '-Mr. 'Harris was a lumuure saies-
The "Crooked est River in the
World" which is. a name admitted by
J. D. Rooney, secretary of the Ma
rion County Board of Trade, to be
pretty near the truth, will become
one of the most important waterways
in 'Florida if the item in the appro appropriation
priation appropriation goes through, he says, "Ev "Every
ery "Every possible effort will be made by
the enthusiasts of Ocala and vicinity
to see that it does go through, too.
A delegation has already left for
Washington, and they are armed
with tmasses of facts and figures that
ought to convince the most skeptical
of che solons. In addition, Senators
Bryan and Fletcher, and all repre representatives
sentatives representatives whose districts are affect
ed by the project, have been asked
for personal co-operation, and have
also been invited to take the trip
on the freighter, as some of the Ocala
boosters are doing.
The project, it is safe, will effect
Jacksonville almost as vitally as It
will Silver Springs, and its sponsor
city, Ocala. The latter has, through
its business men, made the Springs
its port, much as Los Angles has
monopolized San Pedro, California,
the expedient in both cases being the
simple one of buying a "shoe-string
strip to the port, and then incorpo incorporating
rating incorporating the latter as part of the busi business
ness business center.
As proof of their good intentions
they have already built and are op operating
erating operating a municipal dock at the
Springs, in connection with two
steamboat lines already plying be between
tween between that point and Ocala.
And how does this affect Jackson Jacksonville?
ville? Jacksonville? Because U will open up a great
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An Electric Fan ?
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man by occupation, and prospered
in business as long as he was able,
to work. He was about 43 years of
age, and a man whom to know was
He and Mrs. 'Harris came here last
winter f rorri their northern home,
and would have been strangers in a
strange land but for 'Mr. Harris
membership in the mighty brother brotherhood
hood brotherhood of Odd Fellowship, the Ocala
lodge of which at once gladly ac acknowledged
knowledged acknowledged their claim.
Mrs. Harris has nursed her dying
husband with a patience and kind kindness
ness kindness never surpassed, and in the
long, tedious months the suffering
of the one and the devotion of the
other won them many friends.
This morning, about 8, he whis whispered
pered whispered to his wife he would like to sit
in his easy chair. tRev. J. M. Gross
and Mr. M. M. Little, who were pres
ent, lifted him from the bed into the
chair, and took him to the west win
dow, whore his fading eye3 could
look out on the freshness of the
morning. Not many minutes before
they brightened on the everlasting
morning. He died with one hani
clasped In that of his faithful wife
and nurse, and the other in that of
his brother Odd P'ellow, Mr. Little.
The funeral services will be held
at Mclver & MacKay's chapel at 9
o'clock tomorrow morning. Rev. J.
M. Gross will officiate. The pall pallbearers
bearers pallbearers will be Messrs. JI. D. Stokes,
W. C. Blanchard, Jos. W: Dodge, A.
Slott, P. V. Leavengood and L. F.
Ballard. Interment in Greenwood.
I To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance f
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne ne-t
t ne-t cessky is Our Business.
I Ocala Steam LanncPiry
f- 4O2.-i0-.l S Main Street
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Billing Clerk, Telephone Operator,
j cr any other female member of your
H i cfSce force oecides to leave Saturday;
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OCALA EVENING TAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 24,
50 1-2x105 feet,
Close in, in Marion
Addition to Ocala,
for the unheard of
for the entire nine
If interested inquire
at this Office.
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For Good Wood
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of all kinds
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Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives anore and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Merchants & Miners Trans. Co.
New Steamers. Low Fares. Besi
oervice. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L.D. JONES,
By ARTHUR BOLTONWOOD. J
(Copyright, 1914, by the McClure Newspa
A truly awe-inspiring footman in liv
ery led Craymore down the stairs,
whispered to another, footman stand-
lng by the heavy portiers, and with- j
v5 WW UUlOClCBOIJf. 1U1S DCWUU lUUf
man held aside the old tapestry.
which had undoubtedly worn thin the
fingers of cloistered nuns centuries
ago, and announced: "Mr. Robert With-
ington Craymore," in a loud, clear
voice, to which no one seemed to pay
the least attention, and stood aside for
Craymore to enter.
Craymore found himself in a room
filled with men in somber evening
clothes and the most gorgeously
gowned women he had ever seen.
A stout little bald-headed man near
the door, who could not have helped
hearing the announcement of his name,
said: "Hello, Craymore, old chap," as
Craymore passed him, and a pretty
yomg woman just beyond nodded to
He found himself at last before a
dull, bored-looking man, who stooped
down and whispered, even as he
clasped Craymore's hand: "I never
could remember names!"
"Craymore," the young man replied
with that engaging smile he knew so
well how to use.
"Of course, of course," said the bored
man rather apologetically. "Ought to
remember 'em better, but can't seem
to get the hang of doing it. My dear,"
he turned to the stout, voluble woman
beside him, "here Is Craymore."
Thus he washed his hands of Cray Cray-more
more Cray-more and went on looking drearily
"Oh, Mr. Craymore, so good of you
to come. Where have you been hiding
yourself, -naughty boy? Are you in se seclusion
clusion seclusion trying for holy orders? One
would think so from all we see of you
these days. Oh," Alice, I want you
to know Mr. Craymore. Craymore,
Miss Leyden. You lucky girl! No one
tangoes quite like Mr. Craymore. Run
along, now, and prove to her how
truthful I am. And don't forget a
dance with me at 11!"
Thus did she dismiss Craymore and
continue being voluble. It was really
easier than Craymore had supposed.
He tangoed In the big, glaring gold
and white ballroom with Alice Ley Leyden,
den, Leyden, and when a man came to claim
her at the end of the dance he was
told how divinely he danced, and
passed on to a Miss Greig, who chat chattered
tered chattered while she danced.
At the end of that dance, Miss Greig
being promptly claimed, he found him himself
self himself quite free. He found a sort of
conservatory just off the ballroom,
with little orange trees In bloom and
a tiny fountain plashing musically into
a big pool of Japanese goldfish.
He sat down to adjust things. He
had done the thing and It was ridicu ridiculously
lously ridiculously easy. It almost spoiled it all to
think there had been no more call to
use his wits.
Then his thought were interrupted
by a girl's rippling laughter. He liked
the sound of that voice even before he
saw the girl- herself. And he liked the
girl when she came into view, even
better. There were two swains in at attendance
tendance attendance with her.
She looked quickly at Craymore
sitting by one of the little blossoming
orange trees, half nodded, and laugh laughingly
ingly laughingly dismissed her two knights. Cray Cray-more
more Cray-more jumped to his feet.
"You are not having a good time,"
said the girl, quite unexpectedly.
"Why, how on earth do you know
that?" he asked.
"Your face tells It plainly," said she.
"You are moping alone over some something.
thing. something. Cheer up. I'm not, either."
Five dances she sat out with him in
the little room of the goldfish and blos
soming orange trees. Craymore had
prided himself that he was not particu particularly
larly particularly susceptible to women, but this
girl was like no other he had ever seen
or known. That was what he had
come here to find out if these girls
one met here were so wonderfully dif different
ferent different "This time it's to say good-night, or
good-morning," she said. "I wish,"
and there was a little wistful note in
her voice, "it didn't have to be good good-by.
by. good-by. Of course, you'll never see me
So she had seen through him all the
"I wish it didn't have to be good-by,
too," said he. "But, since you've seen
through me I may as well save my
face as best I can. It was ridiculously
easy. Far easier than I thought it
would be, indeed."
"What do you mean?" she asked,
"Even these clothes I have on are
hired for the occasion," said he. "I
simply drove up in state in hired
clothes in a hired car and gave my
name brazenly and In rather bored
"Then you haven't any right here?"
"I thought you had seen that."
"Why, no," said she. "Why, no,"
she repeated. "I said it would have to
be good-by because I thought you
were one of these people and speak speaking
ing speaking of hired things this gown is
hired and so was the car I came in,
and, oh, dear!"
She fell to laughing immoderately.
"Who are you?" she demanded at
"My name ,1s Craymore. I'm a law lawyer
yer lawyer without clients as yet, but I have
"And I am Elsie Dunlap, a china
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Copyright. 1914, by Panama-Pacific International Exposition Co.
HE doorway shown is one of the lesser portals of this palace and
overlooks the South Gardens and the southern end of the Fine Arts
Lagoon. In influence the portal is early Italian renaissance. The
twisted fluted Roman columns have been given an eastern flavor by
the application of contrasting colors in alternation, applied under the direS
tlon of Jules Guerin, director of color of the Exposition. The portal is over
thirty feet in height The outer wail of the palace is sixty-five feet high.
If you wish to go away tor the
summer please correspond with Mr.
E. W. Williams, who conducts the
Cumberland House at Monteagle,
Tenn.. Rates, $7 to $10 per week.
Two months' Chautauqua, from July
1st to August 31st, which is a fine
entertainment. Monteagle is on the
top of the Cumberland mountain,
over 2,000 feet above sea level. The
finest mineral water, most elegant
scenery east of the Rockies. For
health, pleasure, rest and beauty,
there Is no place like Monteagle In
the South.. WTrite at once to Mrs.
E. Wr. Williams, Proprietress, the
Cumberland H3u?e, Monteagle, Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. 6-lS-tf
Not New to Her.
A party of Clevelanders entertained
some holiday visitors recently, and
having showed them everything In Interesting
teresting Interesting in Cleveland proper, they
had to take them out to Newburg for
a view of the asylum. The superin superintendent
tendent superintendent was in a genial frame of mind,
and he conducted the bunch personal personally.
ly. personally. "Here is a queer case, ladies," he
said, pausing at a particular cell. "This
man has the delusion that he pos possesses
sesses possesses the motive power that runs the
universe. He Is perfectly harmless,
but he actually believes that without
him the world would net move.
Strange notion,' isn't it?" "Why, not
at all!" exclaimed one of the women.
"My husband has the same idea, and
he always has had it. Is he crazy,
too?" Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Ordinance Discontinuing that
Portion of "North Third Street
Lying Between iBlocks Seventy-
.Nine and Eighty, Old Survey,
Whereas, That piece of ground
lying between blocks seventy-nine
and eighty Old Survey 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 .be. obtained for the
purpose of widening the street on
the north side of said block eighty,
which is desirable in the public in-
Be it Ordained by the City Council
of the City of Ocala:
Section 1. That all that piece of
ground lying ibetween blocks seventy-nine
and eighty, Old Survey of
Ocala, and designated on the map of
said survey as part of North Third
street, be and the same is abandoned
and discontinued toy, the city of
Ocala, as and for a public street ori
Sec. 2. Thi3 ordinance shall take
effect immediately upon its passage.
NOT SO STRANGE AFTER ALL
THE TWENTY YEAR TEST
Agent. Com'l Agi
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street 1 buyer in a downtown department
d few a
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 invisorat- 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
usins 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 cn the back of the
cat, and a cinder from the fire shortly
afterward touching it, the fur became
ignited. The cat instantly made for
thn door and, running up the village
street, plunged into the we.ring
trough. She had seen her human
friends at home pxit out their kitchen
fire with v ter, and sho must have
reasoned from this fact.
"Some twenty years ago I used
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy," writes Geo. W.
Brock, publisher of the Enterprise,
Aberdeen, Md. 1 discovered that it
was a quick and safe cure for diar
rhoea. Since theii 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
one." For sale by all dealers. Ad.
From Slaves to Gold.
Before civilization had outgrown
savagery the more advanced nations
used to go to Africa for slaves. Now
the tide has turned. Gold is the mas
ter of the world and Africa furnishes
nearly one-half of the annual output.
The nugget and not the negro is now
the African attraction. The outturn
of gold from African mines for 1913
was nearly $208,000,000.
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.
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located In Ocala, Fla., Expert worx
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala..
The registration book for district
No. 1, (Ocala), will be open on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each
week from the 1st Monday in August
till the second Saturday in October.
1914. In all other districts two days in
each week from the 1st Monday in
September till the second Saturday in
October This registration does not
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, though
they may have voted in the primary
cannot vote in the November electlor.
unless they register again prior to th th-second
second th-second Saturday in October.
7-23-6 wks dlr D. M. BARCO.
Supervisor Registration Marion C
H. C. of L
"Everything seems to be going up In
price. Would you believe it, it costs
almost as much nowadays to dress a
child as It does a grown person?" "I
don't doubt it at all. Only yesterday
I had to buy a new dog collar for
Flfi and the prices have almost
Ocala Auto livery Compaiy
MERCHANTS m nnr $
.f. No trip too long, or none to short for us to make.
Prompt Service. Charges Reasonable
n m r.nnMFR manager
OCEAN VIEW HOTEL
On the Atlantic ocean, seventeen miles from Jacksonville; facing
the finest, smoothest and broadest bathing beach' In the world. The
summer climate is cool and comfortable, to the surprise of our patrons
from other states, who have an idea that it Is hot because In the south.
Water temperatures are mild, hanging around 80 to 85, so that the
most delicate person can derive much benefit from surf bathing.
Rates $2.50 to $3 a dey $12 to $18 a week.. Week end rates $1.50.
W H. AUAMS, 0ner and Manager, Pablo Beach, .Florida
ommf oirt Lodge
The rest room which the Ocala merchants maintain for the use
of our out of town visitors who are in the city for a few hours
with nothing to do is located on the corner of Fort King avenue
"and South Main street, opposite the Theus-Zachry furniture
store. The ladies especially will find Comfort Lodge a convenient
place to rest during the day's shopping. The conveniences we are
able to offer at Comfort Lodge are free and you are invited to
take advantage of them.
JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE
It 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.
S. J. Clupka & Walter Tagg
P. O. BOX 428 OCALA, FLA.
Broadway and 14th Street.
New York City
A Clean, Comfortable, Convenient
and Homelike Hotel on both
American and European Plans.
American Plan, $2 per Day
European Plan, $1 per Day
SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES
Churchill & Company
This ii a prescription prepared especiall)
for MALARIA or CHILLS A. FVIR
Five or six dotes will break any case, ani
if taken then as a tonic tne Fever will no
return. It acts on the liver better thai
Calomel and does not ripe or sicken. 25'
Make j-our -work easy and kep
your papers safe by using Globe-
We.rnicke Cabinets and Safes, at The
Murray Company. 8-2 0-3 1
STAR wants ads. bring result!
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THE OCALA -E VEXING HTAIt, MONDAY, AUGUST 24. 191
who owns the dwelling the business property that stands
in your name?
of course you think that you do; hut are you right?
the question is worth considering, it involves the origin and
the development of individual ownership in land.
in the beginnig of civilization no man owned any definite part
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plenti plentiful
ful plentiful for individuals to dispute ovor the occupancy of any particu particular
lar particular spot.
BEAUTY OF WELL KEPT LAWN
Care Taken of Land Surrounding the
Home Adds Much to Arractlve Arractlve-ness
ness Arractlve-ness of Town.
dlUons. IX is me ous "Dr paper ana
clusters of dirt that offend the eye.
They are easily removed and ought
not to be allowed to accumulate. Let
every week be a clean-up week. Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia Inquirer.
"Business must be picking up with
you," said the postman, as he threw
the desk replied, witn a sign. "My
two sons are away at college now.
These are demands for more money."
florlda title and abstract corporation
(set this mwm.
Pol I i Or. I
They say that he once was a poet.
And wrote out his lines by the feet;
But now I am told he Is working working-He
He working-He had to have something to eat.
An egotistical man who believes
himself the center, the object and the
fnA of evervthlne that exists and
everything that takes place, said to
his friend one day:
"It is only to me that such misfor misfortunes
tunes misfortunes happen."
"What," asked tho friend, "la the the-matter?"
matter?" the-matter?" "Don't you see that It Is raining!"
he answered. New York Globe.
At various times in connection with
the newspaper reports of the meetings
of citizens' associations the subject
rkf well vnt lawns and attractive
flower beds has been touched on. and j down a bundle of letters,
in a nnmhPF of instances citizens' as- I "No. it isn't business, the
soclations have agreed to continue
j the practise previously found enec-
tlve of giving awards ior iawu uu
flower growths of distinguished merit.
Many of the urban and suburban
neighborhoods of the district are the
handsomer, happier and more valuable
because of the care given to the land
in front or at the rear or on the grass
sides of the home. A well kept grass
plot or a carefully tended flower gar garden
den garden tells all the world which passes
that way that somebody lives there,
that there is home life there and
that order and content reigns within.
In most cases the condition of the
vard or "rounds' can be and will
ha takm & an index of the house-'
keeDlnar system that is followed in
side. The garden or the lawn tended
with care gives a proper touch to
the home and applied to contiguous
homes makes the neighborhood bet-
tor Tho rllmAtA nf Washington is
V 4m W mm m m ww w -
encouraging to fine gardens and every
body who lives In a house has time
Anniich tn rare for one. The lawn-
mower, the rake and the spade are
fine Implements of physical culture
The security of private lawns and
flower beds is greater than it ever
won PiihUr nninlon has been SO
improved and educated in this mat matter
ter matter that complaints of marauding are
rare, whereas not many years ago
they were frequent. This is shown
bv reference to an editorial ,in the
Star, May 27, 1876, which in part fol follows:
"There is probably no plate In the
country wjiere more is done by its
inhabitants to beautify their homes
by the cultivation of -flowers, shrub
bery, etc., than by the citizens of
Washington. Nor is there a place
where such efforts are more success successful
ful successful considering the discouragements
and drawbacks under which they are
made. We refer more especially to
the pulling of flowers, the destruc destruction
tion destruction of shrubbery and the theft of
rare plants from private grounds. So
great has this abuse grown In some
carts of the city that not a few of
those who have been so
OCALA FMlTEiAL 'MOB
3L1RIOX-DUXX 3IASOXIC LODGC
3Iarion?Iunn Lodge No. 19, &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each momn -at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter earn, w. lm.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
A Great Bar.
"It Is. of no use bringing crat that
man for office. His early life would
be against him."
"He was a messenger boy."
"What has that to do with his can
"The force of early habiL He never
could bring himself to run for office.
"Why did you divorce your first hus husband?"
band?" husband?" "He did not remain around homo
"And your second?"
"He remained at home too much."
"But I should not think that would
be an objection."
"But he wants me to remain at homo.
, As She Heard It.
A young lady who was inspecting bl
cycles said to tho clerk: "What's the
name of this wheel?"
"That Is the 'Belvidere,' answered
He was rewarded by a stony glare
and the icy question: "Can you recom
mend the Belva?"
ORDER OP EASTERN STAR
fVala Chanter. No. 29. O. E. S.
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings ot eacn.
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, 31,
Miss Florrle Condon, Secy.
Tulula Lodse No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at S o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. u.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHL1S
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. Cober, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
- Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
His Little Joke.
The Young Man I understand your
How Coldbov Manaaed.
"Did Coldboy get much water In hi 3 father speaks very highly of me.
cellar during the flood?"
"Yes, but it didn't bother him long.
TT- 4nof went An-nm In tflA Vn SCt.
ment, looked at the water through hi 3
monocle and told the workmen to saw
It up and carry it out."
How large is your school play playground?
ground? playground? Henry S. Curtis, in a bulhj bulhj-tin
tin bulhj-tin Just issued by the United States bu
reau of education, declares that every
city school building should have at
least one full block of ground, whether
the block is the usual city block or
two or three acres, or one of ten acreu,
frequently as in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The Young Lady Yes; but he only
does that for fun.
The Ycung Man Are you sure?
The Young Lady Positive. He Just
does It to torment mother. Llppin Llppin-cott's
cott's Llppin-cott's Magazine.
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. .E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meet3
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
'David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
"Did that prisoner, leave no message
before he walked out?" asked the war
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O.
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p
Yes." replied the guard. -HU t'fljr.lSL
nolia street, near postoffice.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
well was a sneer at our penitentiary.
He left a note saying 'please excuse
haste and a bad pen.
raided are hesitating between giving
up the pleasant duty of ornamenting
their grounds and lying in wait for
the marauders with loaded shotguns.
The most curious thing to these suf sufferers
ferers sufferers Is the fact that the police ap
parently never see any of the despoil despoiling,
ing, despoiling, and that In spite of the stringent
law on the subject no arrests are
made or at least no punishment Is inflicted."
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A, C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunchtis
at any hour. Adv. ;
Onion sets for fall planting. Ocala
Seed Store. s-is-tr
The railway train had Just put In a
"Are we running on eastern or cen
tral timer asked a passenger.
"Neither," replied the conductor,
wearily; "rag time."
COXCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge s Han
on the second Thursday evening ot
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
THE WEARY WAY
PLAYGROUNDS FOR THE CITY
Statistics Show Less Crime In Places
Where the Recreation Plan
iThe Murray Co.
your magazines 'it
Ask about those
Rivers'. The very
POLO ties at
Advertise in the STAR for results.
At a meeting of the City Club In
Philadelphia recently at which the
subject of municipal recreation was
under discussion one of the speakers
gave utterance to the sentiment: "A
foot of playground is worth an acre
of penal Institutions."
It is difficult to gauge the value of
the playground, but in every city
where a playground or a system of
playgrounds has been established the
testimony has been In its favor as a
beneficent institution. Most of our D. E. McIVER and 3. V. ROBERTS
American cities did not give much Funeral Directors r
thought to the recreation idea in the AU work Done by Licensed Em-
Iclvcr & lacEay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBAIMRS
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
Daily Becoming Less Wearisome to
j ; .Many In Ocala ....
With a back that aches all day,
With rest disturbed at night,
Annoyfng urinary disorders,
Tis a weary way indeed.
Doan's Kidney Pills are especially
for kidney trouble.
Are endorsed by Ocala citizens.
C. C. French, carpenter, 103 W.
Sanchez St., Ocala, says: Doan &
Kidney Pills did me more good than
anything elese I ever used. I had
been having attacks of backache and
trouble with" my kidneys for some
time. It made me feel miserable and
run down In health. As soon as I
used Doan's Kidney Pills, I got re relief
lief relief and I have relied on the remedy
ever since. I have many times recom-
Stockson Bonds Didn t you say mended Doan's Kidney Pills to those
that your aunt was to be buried to- compialning Cf their kidneys."
of Poignant Appeal. A drama of
human suffering. A wonderful story
of splendid, single-handed victory
over countless difficulties.
Over 650 Finely Illustrated -Pages
o Interesting Reading.'
This book will be mailedpostage prepaid, to any ad ad-ress
ress ad-ress in the United States, to Star subscribers, upon ad-
ance oavment as follows:
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Evening Star 6 months and "My Attainment
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beginning, but none of them under undertook
took undertook to get along without prisons.
Perhaps if the playgrounds were more
numerous the country might be. able
to dispense with a few acres of its
j penal establishments.
That the playground
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER ...104
f?. V; ROBERTS : 305
Undertaking Office 47
Office Boy She was, but on account
of wet grounds the funeral won't take
place till tomorrow.
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the sama
that Mr. French had. Foster Mil burn
Co., Props., Buffalo, X. Y. Ad7
had a civil
izing and elevating influence is not Xo RQUm3tiC TIlTOSt
Is Common Trouble
To Prevent Recurrence.
be doubted. Figures compiled in va
rious cities show that juvenile of offenses
fenses offenses are fewest in localities where
recreation grounds are available.
They also show that there are fewer Should Be Treated in Blood
accidents ana injuries io cmiaren m
such neighborhoods. Children .who
are "raised up in the streets" make
trouble for themselves and for other
persons. In cities where there is not
a DlavKround system it is inevitable
that children will play In the streets
for it is the nature of the child to
No city ever made a bad investment
in buying a playground or in establish establishing
ing establishing a system of playgrounds.
He Kept on Climbing.
"Have you ever heard JImkins re
late about the time he-got half way up
Mont Blanc with one of his little
nephews and no guldei" astea ona
man of another. "How long ago aia
he tell you about it?" was the evasive
reply. "Last March, when he'd Just
got home, said the first man. well,
said the other, "in eight months sinco
Hissed Off the Stage.
Footlighte How did he come out In
Miss Sue Brette In a hurry.
"Why, the snake charmer followed
him, and one of her snakes hissed him
off the stage."
The Oala Star, Ocala, Fla.
Sirs: Enclosed find $
for which send
the Star for
Pole," as per your combined offer.
and "My Attainment of the
Street or Route No.
The Human Variety.
"Oh, ma, Flossie's mamma got a
donkey and cart for a birthday pres present.
ent. present. Did anybody ever give jou a
donkey for a present?"
"Yes, child; pa did when he mar married
ried married me."
Keep on Cleaning Up.
Gratifying results followed the titu titular
lar titular clean-up week, but these will be
of little Importance if the spirit does
not continue throughout the year.
Philadelphia is now in its best bib and
tucker, and should remain so. Much
as we necessarily depend upon the
authorities for the heavier part of the
work, that which Is most essential Is
that every householder shall make
up his mind to maintain existin con-
There are successful garbles that Btc-
soreness la the throat, but to prevent then
incessant return, the blood must be put In
order. The best remedy is S. S., as It
influences all the functions of the body to
neutralize the irritants or waste prodil:t9
and to stimulate their excretion through
the proper channels.
Rheumatic sere threat is a dangerous
indication, as it mrans that the blood Is
loaded with mrre uric aci 1 than the kid kidneys
neys kidneys can excrete. aI may thus lead to
serious creneral disturbance.
The action of S.S. S. stimulates cellular
activity. It prevents the accumulation of
irritants in local sncts. It enables t!ie
arteries to supply quickly the new ftd
blond to replace vcm-ut tis':
For this rracn r.ric acid that finds the
throat an easy prey to its braktnir-down
Influence, is satter-d End eliminated. In
other wcrds. S. S. S. prevents chronic con conditions
ditions conditions by enabling all the mucous linlnjs
of the body to secrete healthy mucus. Its
influence is shown in a marked improve
ment of the bronchial tutKS. wiiereby tne
huskiness of voice with thick, grayish ex-
nectorations is overcome. S. H., well
diluted with water, mans a blood bath.
since It is welcome to any stomach and at
onre crets Into the blod.
S. S. S. is free of all rr'ierals and con contains
tains contains ingredients wonderfully conducive to
You can t it at ary dm store, but do
not accept anything else. There Is danger
in substitutes. S. S. S. is prepared only by
The Swift Snecifle Co.. 528 Swift Bid..
Atlanta. G. Orr Medical Dept. wlll jrWe
you fre Instruction bv mail on any subject
of blood disorders "Write today.
Although the songbirda, in their glee
Make up a gay and tuneful troupe.
The birds that I delight to see
Are yonder in the chicken coop.
Plan That Failed.
Rosemary Marcella thought she
would save money by doing her own
Thornton Did the scheme work
Rosemary Not exactly; she saved
money on what she bought, all right; ,en he has climbed the rest of tho
but she spent six dollars for taxlcab wa5 EUCcored a fainting guide and
fare. sustained a snowstorm on the summit,
resuscitated two benumbed strangers
False Impression. on the way down and guided the en-
She How can baseball men wear tire party to the foot, where a group
furs in warm weather when they're i0f frantic relatives was waiting.
a journey very mucn out or tne or ordinary
dinary ordinary Is reported from Edmonton,
Canada, from which point five men suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in making an 800 mile automo automobile
bile automobile trip to Peace River Crossing oa
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 tho
five men fishing in good old Hudson
bay style through" the ice of Lesser
Slave lake, with the automobile In tho
near distance. Couriers du bois usu usually
ally usually engage in the latter operation to
get fish for themselves and their dogs.
but the automobile never starves as
long as the fuel hclds out. The Jour Journey
ney Journey probably was not difficult, for tho
trail undoubtedly, has been broken.
Still it is rather startling to think of
an automobile running up almost into
the wood buffalo and musk-ox 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 td
the crossing of the great Mississippi
migratory bird bilt by aeroplanes.-
Forest and -Stream.
He Wear furs? Of course, they
don't wear furs. That s noni ense.
She Well, I saw In a paper describ
ing a game that one of the players
had a costly muff.
"Why did you laugh when tho man
stepped pn the orange peel?"
"For Joy," replied the man who
thinks of nothing but baseball. "I
thought for a moment that I was wit witnessing
nessing witnessing a spectacular slide to second
"Your valet went on strike, did he?
I hope you didn't accede to his de demands?"
"'Pon my life, I had to, old chap;
the cunning creature actually threat threatened
ened threatened to leave me one morning when I
was half dressed!" London Opinion.
"I suppose navy widows wear differ different
ent different mourning from other people."
-Why should they?"
"They must naturally prefer sea
THE OCALA EVENING STAR. uMOXDAY, AUGUST 24, 1014
K. of P. meet tonight.
Elks meet tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Board of Trade Thursday night.
AVoodmen meet Friday evening:
Guavas are in the city, and their
incense draws their devotees to their
shrines from a block away.
Six copies of sheet music for 1 Sc Scat
at Scat Lansford's. 8-22-tf
D. E. Davidson will add a second
story to his building occupied by
Charlie Pappas restaurant. Work
will begin next week. Leesburg
Flower pots and jardiniers in all
sizes at Ocala Seed Store. S-lS-tf.
.Mr. S. P. Hollinrake and Master
AVestlake Hollinrake went to St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Saturday night and return returned
ed returned this morning. They thoroughly
enjoyed the visit, sightseeing and
meeting old friends.
Ask about those POLO ties at
Rivers'. The very latest thing
Six copies of sheet musk? for !e.
at Lansford's. S-22-tf
Johnnie Reiser, who has been the
efficient "mascot" for the local team,
has left for Ocala. where he goes to
reside with his mother. From the
way the team has played recently, it
is evident that he took the "goac'
with him. Hastings Journal.
AVa now have new crop rye seed
for sale. Ocala Seed Store. S-18-tf.
Ask about those POLO ties at
Rivers'. The very latest thing
out. 8-2 2-3 1
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Lawr
Library Building, Ocala. -Adv.
Have you tried that good 50 cent
candy at Gerig's? This week f jr
A letter from Congressman Spark Spark-man
man Spark-man to Secretary Rooney of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Board of Trade says
that he will be pleased to accompany
a party on the initial trip of the big
freighter, "G. A. Carmichael," from
31Ju.r Springs to Palatka. This
staunch vessel is rapidly nearing
completion at the Silver Springs
navy yard and will probably be in
commission within sixty days.
Mr. Driggers of Richmond, Va., is
a new comer in the city. He has
rented one of the houses owned hy
the Citizens Investment Co. and
moved his family into it. Mr. Drig Driggers
gers Driggers Is with a piano 'house and his
people will shortly open a branch
store in this city.
Mr. J. N. Merrill and son Ralph,
and 'Miss Cobb of lEustis, spent a few
hours in Orlando today. In a 'base 'baseball
ball 'baseball game at Ocala Thursday, Ralph
CM er rill had his right "hand jammed
by a ball, causing a painful injury,
and he was brought to the McEwan
sanitarium for an X-ray examina examination.
tion. examination. 'Orlando Star.
Mr. J. C. Caldwell, superintendent
of the Ocala electric light plant, re returned
turned returned yesterday from Charleston,
Atlanta and other places, where he
was sent by the city to try to locate
the machinery needed to supplement
the Ocala plant till a new plant can
.be fount. 'Mr. Caldwell did not suc succeed
ceed succeed in finding just what was want wanted
ed wanted but did get a line on something
that may do.
E. H. Mote returned Monday
night from Daytona Beach, where
he spent a few days fishing. Mr.
CMote reports the catch of -a 4 5 5-pound
pound 5-pound sea bass, the largest one that
has 'been caught there this season,
and one of the largest of the kind
that has ever been caught in those
waters. He is justly proud of his
-success and even though some of
his friends smile, the fact remains
he says that he made the catch and
In a day or two will show us photo photographs
graphs photographs of same, and If further evi evidence
dence evidence is desired he will be glad to
furnish witnesses. Mrs. Mote re remained
mained remained at the beach, where she will
te the guest for sevral days of Mr.
and Mrs. William Hocker. Lees Lees-3urg
3urg Lees-3urg Commercial.
Go see the $35 Triumph Adding
Machine, the best in the market, at
The Murray Company. S-22-31
NOTICE TO ODD FELLOWS
All members of Tulula Lodge, I.
O. O. P., will please meet In the
lodge room at S:G0 tomorrow morn
ing, to attend the funeral of our de departed
parted departed brother, E. Carl Harris. All
who can contribute flowers will
please them to the lodge room or
send them to Mclver & MacKay.
J. H. Benjamin, X. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
WEATll EK ro UK CAST
-Unsettled tonight and Tuesday,
probably local thunder showers.
OF THE COUNCIL
There will be a Special meeting of
the council tomorrow evening to dis discuss
cuss discuss the light and water proposition.
riVE l-OEDS IN FIVE DAYS
Mr, Edward Tucker, local agent
for the Ford automobile, received a
carload of six of these popular cars
last Wednesday, and this morning
said he had sold and delivered five
out of six of them. This is the first
carload Mr. Tucker lias been able to'
get in several weeks, tout others will
follow now as fast as ihe needs them.
Mr. J. M. Barco of Clearwater is
the guest of relatives on the east
For 33 cents we will give you one
pound of Cadet Chocoiates, th.s
week only. Gerig's Drugstores.
The Seaboard's special excursion
train to Tampa this morning carried
from Ocala 518 passengers, and an
Ocala resident of the Lake Wen Wen-colony
colony Wen-colony who came past ell e view .be .before
fore .before the train arrived there says that
community furnished as many in
proportion to the population.
Master Hubert TenEyck, one of
the Star's carrier boys, is confined
to his room with a case of mumps.
Mr. Louis N. Long of the Ocala J
House, returned Sunday from New
York. Mr. Long has selected all the
necessary furniture and equipments
for the Ocala House, and intends to
have tb'i big hotel open Sept. 15.
In Judge Smith's court Saturday,
Herman Dusterdick .was found
guilty of petty larceny and fined $15.
Mr. Retzy, steward at the Harring
ton, found that Dusterdick, who is
chef at the hoted, had been dispos disposing
ing disposing of supplies without accounting
for them, and had him arrested. At
the same time, Mr. Retzky had
Charles Rodoff .arrested for ibeing
an accessory toS Dusterdick. It ap appearing
pearing appearing however that Mr. Rodoff,
needing a ham for his restaurant in
the early morning; before the stores
opened, went to the -Harrington chef
to either borrow or (buy. As Mr.
Rodoff is a responsible man, and it
was entirely reasonable to helieve he
had been caught in an unpleasant
position thru no fault of his own,
the prosecuting attorney, Mr. Hamp Hampton,
ton, Hampton, with the consent of the court,
nolle prosequied the case against
-Eureka, Aug. 21. We are having
plenty of showers these days and it
does lots towards cooling the atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere of the warm summer davs.
The nights are delightful, so who can
,-Mr. H. D. Mathews, who has been
an inmate of, the Marion County
Hospital for sometime has returned
home very much improved to the de
light of his many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fort have
returned to their home at Tampa
after a fpw days pleasant visit with
Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Parramore.
Mr. I. M. Hinson was a business
visitor to Ocala Saturday.
Mr. A. W. .Atkinson, Misses Clara
Atkinson and Hazel Lanair were vis visiting
iting visiting friends and relatives in Fort
Miss Willie Proctor has returned
home from Madison Where she has
been attending the Summer Normal.
Mr. Tyson Parramore left for
Tampa Friday after spending a Tew
days visiting relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Harp drve
over to Salt Springs Sunday.
We are glad to know that air of
our sick folks are convalescent and
hope they will all find something
more pleasant to employ their time
Six copies of sheet music, for 15c.
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf
The new crop of cotton is coming
in nicely and the indications are
that the crop will be good and unus unusually
ually unusually large. George Giles & Co.
have six bales of cotton from Mr. L.
L. Home of York, raised on his tur turpentine
pentine turpentine location, which looks like a
first class article. This morning Mr.
G. U. Markham of Fairfield drove in
with the' first bale of Sea Island cot cotton,
ton, cotton, which is also very fine. Mr.
Markham recently moved to Fairfield
with his family from Columbia
county and is going to plant cotton
here just like he did there. He has
10 acres planted and will get four
bales from it. Next season he will
plant 75 acres and expects to plant
the Sea Island variety again. He
says if more people will do that in instead
stead instead of planting truck, we will all
be better off, and the Star fully
agrees with him. Giles & Co. have
not yet named a price on cotton as
the market is unsettled and early.
THE CLYDE LINE'S
As will be noted in our advertis
ing columns, the Clyde Line is offer offering
ing offering a specially attractive rate from
Jacksonville to Charleston and re return.
turn. return. The rate of $8 for the round
trip includes meals and berth, and
allows a ten-day limit, making an ex excellent
cellent excellent opportunity for Floridians to
take a short sea voyage at a nom nominal
inal nominal cost; in fact, as cheap as the
same fare could be secured at a first
class hotel for the same length of
time. The trip may be made on any
of the line's steamers touching at
the South Carolina city. The sail sailing
ing sailing dates announced from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville are each Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday until October 17th in inclusive.
clusive. inclusive. The limit of the return trip
allows those who wish to visit the
mountains or old friends in the
state an excellent opportunity to do
so at a nominal cost. Mr. H. G.
Wenzel, the popular agent for the
Clyde in Jacksonville, will be pleas pleased
ed pleased to furnish any information re regarding
garding regarding this extremely low rate ex excursion
cursion excursion schedule to anyong desiring
SPAIN IS SENSIBLE
Madrid, Aug. 24. Officially an announced
nounced announced today that Spain will re remain
main remain neutral.
ROCHESTER, N.' Y., MAN
IS GOLF CHAMPION
Chicago, Aug. 23. Walter C. Ha Ha-gan,
gan, Ha-gan, twenty-two years old, native
professional of Rochester, N. Y.,
yesterday dispatched Francis Oui Oui-met
met Oui-met as the open golf champion of
America by winning the tournament
at Midlothian, with the medal, "by
the score of 290 strokes for 72 holes.
Ouiment fell off in play taking 29S
for the total.
Talks About the Home City.
"Teach the facts about your home
city In the public schools," urges the
bureau of municipal rsasearch, New
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR SALE Complete furnishings
for a five-room cottage, cheap
as owner is leaving city; terms
given to, reliable party. Cottage
for rent also. Good chance for
young couple. Phone 238. F. C.
Jack, 551 Orange Ave. S-21-Gt
FOR SALE Desirable lots In Or Orange
ange Orange Springs at a bargain. For
price, terms, etc., address Mrs. W.
H. Massey, Orange Springs, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 8-17-6t
WANTED Steady tenant for 'fur 'furnished
nished 'furnished room; two blocks from A.
C. L. passenger depot on Oklawa Oklawa-ha
ha Oklawa-ha avenue; modern conveniences;
. rates reasonable. Address Room,
Star office. S-l5-6t
LOST Tan colored grip and con contents
tents contents between here and Belleview.
Five dollars reward if left at Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel. S-21-2t
FOR RENT The Jones cottage, ten
.rooms or part, at south side Of
Lake Weir, on hard road. H. N.
Nold, WTeirsdale, Fla. S-20-3t
FOR RENT Two or four rooms
furnished for light housekeeping;
all modern conveniences; also two
large rooms with connecting bath.
One block north of postoffice on
North Main street. Apply to Star
FOR SALE A fine yearling Jersey
bull for sale or service. J. A.
Logan, Weirsdale,.Fla. S-2T-I
AMERICAN TOBACCO CO.
ASSISTS THE MERCHANTS
New Ruling Gives Tobacco Customers
Until October 25th to Discount
New York, August 24. President
Percival S. Hill, of The American
Tobacco Company, has sent the fol following
lowing following notice to all the company's
customers in Alabama, Arkansas,
Florida, Georgia, Louisana, Mississ Mississippi,
ippi, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma,
South Carolina, Tennessee and
"We have become aware of the
embarassment brought on the cot cotton
ton cotton growing sections by the European
War, and the resulting inability to
market cotton crops. We earnestly
hope and believe that this embarass embarassment
ment embarassment is temporary. We are earn earnestly
estly earnestly anxious, though, to contribute,
so far as we can to the relief of it.
On that account we will permit our
customers in the states aboved nam named
ed named to discount their bills, on account
of purchases made hereafter, within
ten days after October 15th, 1914.
This applies to all purchases of all
our lines, and whether of drop ship shipments
ments shipments or stock shipments." :
SHE KNEW HOW TO SHOOT
Fifteen-Year-Old Florida Girl Emp Emptied
tied Emptied a Gun Into Her
High Springs, Aug. 24. AV. F.
Cox, a farmer living about two
miles south of High Springs, was
shot and instantly killed about 7
o'clock yesterday morning by his 15-year-old
daughter. It' seems that
Cox came home drunk last night,
and, after Seating his wife and run running
ning running his daughter out in. the woods,
he cut an ugly gash in the throat of
his son, about 20 years old. Jle then
left the 'home for more whisky, re returning
turning returning some time after sunrise and
tried to cut his daughter's throat.
She managed to elude him and pick
ed up a shotgun nearby and fired at
close range, the whole load taking
effect in his left breast. Cox leaves
a wife and four children.
I5EATEN HACK FROM BELGIUM
Wireless Dispatch from Rerlin Says
Third -French Army lias Keen
AVI lipped )
Berlin, no date (wireless to Say Say-ville,
ville, Say-ville, Long Island, Aug. 23) The
third French army has been defeat
ed. This Is highly important sira-
getically as well as because of its
moral effect. The campaign seems
to be the product of much-discussed
French policy to anticipate and ad
vance into Belgium 'by attempting to
crush the center of the German po
sitions in Lorraine, whichthey were
led to believe were weak. As a re
sult of the French failure, it is held
probable that they will renew their
defensive position. German experts
are confident the frontier forts, like
those at Liege, will succumb to the
3IURDER AT 3 II AM I
Miami, Aug. i21. Guy'McCuen, 36
years old, formerly of Jacksonville,
was shot to death in his wife's apart apartments
ments apartments at No. 430 Third street,' this
city, shortly after midnight last
night. -The shooting was due, ac according
cording according to police, by Federick
Rounds, a produce dealer, who
boarded at the home of Mrs. Mc Mc-Cuen,
Cuen, Mc-Cuen, who has been estranged from
Three skeletons apparently of pre
historic fclk, one of whom must have
stood about ten feet high were.un were.un-eart)
eart) were.un-eart) ed by laborers digging founda foundations
tions foundations for cottages at Lr-sart county,
Louth, Ireland. The suull of the
skeleton was entire, and measured
eighteen inches from the crown to
the chin, and the leg bones and teeth
were abnormally large. The skeletons
were in seDerate craves.
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 111, 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.
Anna R Mnll
H. C. of L.
"Everything seems to be going up In
price. Would you believe It, it costs
almost as much nowadays to dress a
child as it does a grown person?" "I
don't doubt it at alL Only yesterday
I had to buy a new dog collar for
FIfi and the prices have almost
Kz-" "" 11111 1 r M-i'ili,-
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HAT PINS, SCARF PINS, VEIL. PINS, BABY PINS, ALL
KINDS OF PINS FOX ALL PURPOSES, IN PLAIN AND FANCY
DESIGNS. LODGE, FRATERNI TY AND SOCIETY EMBLEMS OF
ALL KINDS. GOLD AND SILVER SETTINGS WITH GENUINE
STONES. ALSO MANY IN LESS EXPENSIVE SETTINGS.
COME IN AND SEE OLT? SI? DISPLAY. REMEMBER, WE
NEVER "STIK" YOU ON THE PRICE, BUT GIVE. YOU FULL
VALUE ON EVERY ARTICLE Y0U BUY.
A. E. BURNETT
1 .-A C- MIMW: i
A fitting climax to the opening of the Pan Panama
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at San Francisco. The plans are complete.
The beautiful de luxe Booklet of the Exposition
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A big question confronted the Exposition authorities:
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telligent intelligent people everywhere?"
The problem was as big as the world's map. Various
methods were considered and discarded.
Final judgment pointed to this most appropriate and
logical way: The Remington Typewriter Company was
selected as the official distributor. IVhy?
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known wherever men communicate with each other in
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the two hemispheres.
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hundreds of Remingtons will be installed in the Exposition
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