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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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VOL. 21.

OCALA, FLORIDA, "WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1914

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GUSH AIID FREIICII, HOT WHIG SETBACK AT
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London, Aug. 2G. Tho allies have

jn assumed the aggressive, and

e attacking the Germans at Char-

UING IX A Civ INTO FOKMEII
POSITIONS
" ris, Aug. 2 6. It is officially an--
;ed that', the (British. and French
' retaken advantageous positions
elgium.
bested Tin: geiiman advance

'Paris, Aug. 2G. The-' allies have

Actually arrested the advance" of
e Germans all along the great bat-

h line and recaptured positions lost

nday. This is officially announc-today.

11EETS OF ClIAHLEItOI
CHOKED

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London, Aug. 2G. A -corresponds
t who saw the fighting yesterday
Charleroi, says the slaughter was
n;a scale hitherto unknown in his his-y
y his-y The street were literally chok-
with dead, some" standing upright
ainst their dead comrades."
iLIES BEI'ULSEI) THE GERMAN
ATTACK

London, Aug. 2 6. In a general as as-ult
ult as-ult upon the French and British in
ath western 'Belgium today the Ger-

lans were' repulsed today. The en-

ly retreated all along the line.

ID ENGLAND'S

calm and careful marksmanship of
the men one sees in English rifle
ranges.
"When quick action was necessary
the -men showed no nervousness, no
excitement; -they showed cool, meth methodical
odical methodical efficiency, for which the Brit British
ish British army is noted.
"If the British lost heavily, the
Germans must have lost terribly. One
of the German prisoners said: 'We
never had expected anything like it;
it was staggering.
"The British troops went to their
positions happily. There were vari various
ous various sallies of humor in the dialects
of the various- (English, Irish and
Scotch countries. The Cockney was
there with quips about 'Uncle Bill,'
and every Irishman who went into
the firing line wished he 'had money
to buy a little Irish horse so that ;he
might 'take a. slap at the Uhlans.'
"As for the cavalry, the officers
declare: their charges against the
Germans were superb. They charg charged
ed charged as Beresks might have done. They
gave the Uhlans the surprise of their
lives." .; ; ;v V ;

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GIUM THAT Jlli IS lhii,
FIRST CLASS FIGHTING 4
MAN
London, Aug. 26. The Paris cnr-

spondent of the Central News

nds the following

I have been talking with Britisli

beers from the front, who tell of

e wonderful coolness and daring
the British soldiers in the fighting
ound 'Mons.
"The shooting of the British Infan-
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V on tne nnng -nm; a nuuuciimi

very time a German's head showed

Love a trench and every time the

rman infantry attempted to rush a

qition there came a steady, wither-

g rifle fire from the men, lying in
tended 'formation along the wide

Their firing was the

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FROM AMERICAN
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BRAND WHITLOCK DOESN'T LIKE
FOR GERMANS TO 15E SO

FREE WITH BOMBS
London, Aug. 26. -A dispatch
from Antwerp states that iBrand
Whitlock, American minister to Bel Belgium,
gium, Belgium, 'has sent an energetic protest
to the German government against
throwing 'bombs into Antwerp from
airships.
BELGIANS APPEAL TO BRYAN
Washington, Axg. 26. -Claiming
the use 'by Germans of dirigibles to
bombard defenseless cities is a viola violation
tion violation of The Hague convention, the
Belgian minister today requested
Secretary Bryan to -protest against
Germany using Zeppelins for this
purpose. The secretary took the
matter under consideration.

CLAIM. AN AUSTRIAN
VICTORY AT KRAZNIK

Berlin, Aug. 26. The Austrians
who invaded Russian Poland have
defeated the 'Russians at Kraznik,
after a three days' -battle.
OTHER TELEGRAPH NEWS ON
PAGE EIGHT.

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FIRST ATTACK OF JAPANESE DN GERMANS III THE
EAST HAS FAILED

New York, Aug. 26. The German
ambassador today received an official
cablegram from Peking, saying the
Japanese attack on Kiao Chau had
failed.

BELGIUM WILL BE A MOST VAL VALUABLE
UABLE VALUABLE POSSESSION TO THE
GERMANS
Berlin, Aug. 26. Dispatches from
Brufc cls today announce that Ger Germany
many Germany has annexed Belgium as a Ger German
man German province.
The appointment of Field Marshal
Von Der Goltz as military governor

is announced. The governor at Aix-j
laChappelle is appointed as civil ad- j
ministrator under Von Der Goltz.

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AUSTRIA DECLARES WAR ON
THE LATEST FOE OF
HER ALLY
Vienna, Aug. 26. Austria declar declared
ed declared war on Japan today.

KAISER'S NAVY MAY BE ABLE
TO SHELL THE CZAR'S
CAPITAL
Stockholm, Aug. 26. A naval bat battle
tle battle is raging between German and
Russian fleets near Aland Island at
the entrance to the Gulf of -Finland.
The Aland islands lie at the en entrance
trance entrance to the Gulf of Bothnia, in instead
stead instead of the' Gulf of Finland, so this
location may be an error. The (Rus (Russian
sian (Russian navy is not likeiyto make much
of a fight to keep the Germans out of
the Gulf of Bothnia, which lies be between
tween between Sweden and Finland, and is of
no great importance to Russia. The
Gulf of Finland, however, reaches to
within sight of St. Petersburg, and
if the Germans could control it their
warships could shell. the czar's capital.

OTHER TELEGRAPH NEWS ON
PAGE EIGHT.

NEXT 3IETING OF THE
BOARD OF PARDONS

Tallahassee, Aug. 26. Tho next
regular meeting of the State Board of
Pardons will be held in the gov governor's
ernor's governor's office beginning at 9:30 a. m.
Wednesday, Sept. 23, 1914.

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

SUMMARY OF TODAY'S DISPATCHES

Allies have resumed the aggressive at Charleroi.. attacking the Ger Germans
mans Germans in force.
Russians declare that in anothe r two weeks they will have five mill million
ion million men in the field, three million in Germany and two million in Aus Aus-triai
triai Aus-triai Germans in East Prussia are steadily-falling back. May evacuate
Konigsberg and retreat beyond the Vistula.
Austria has declared war on Japan.
Naval battle going on between Russians and Germans at entrance to
Gnlf of Finland.
Japanese sunk German steamer in China sea; sixty drowned.
Dispatches from Paris announce that French 'and British have reoc reoc-cupied
cupied reoc-cupied positions of advantage in Belgium.
Germany has formally annexed Belgium as a German province.
Servians again claim'to have driven Austrian troops from all Servian
territory.
French claim to have entirely annihilated a German cavalry division
on border of Lorraine.
. Brand Whitlock, American mini ster to Belgium, has protested to Ger Germans
mans Germans against dropping bombs from airships in Antwerp.
Dispatches from Paris -claim that the allies have arrested German ad advance
vance advance all along great battle line and recaptured many positions lost Monday.

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VICTORIES OF RUSSIANS III EAST PRUSSIA CAUSE GERMANS
' TO FALL BACK TOWARD THE VISTULA.

Rome, Aug. 26. -A dispatch from
St. Petersburg says the general staff
of the Russian army announces that
within a. fortnight there will be three
million Russians in Germany and
two million in Austria.
KAISER'S MEN RETIRE BEFORE
THE COSSACKS
Paris, Aug. 26. The evacuation of
all of "Eastern Prussia by the Ger Germans
mans Germans before the onward sweep of the
Russian troops Is officially reported
from St. Petersburg. The retreating
Germans are warming Into Koenlgs Koenlgs-berg.
berg. Koenlgs-berg. '

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GERMAN SHIP

BY A JAP

SIXTY GERMANS "WENT DOWN
WITH THEIR STEAMER
'Honk Kong, Aug. 26. The Ger German
man German merchant steamer Elizabeth was
sunk by a Japanese warship in mid mid-ocean
ocean mid-ocean today and sixty of the Eliza Elizabeth's
beth's Elizabeth's crew were drowned.
The occurrence, which would have
horrified the -whole civilized world a
few weeks ago, is merely an incident
of war'today.

CUT DP CAVALRY

ENTIRE DIVISION OF UHLANS
ANNIHILATED EY FRENCH
ARriLLERY
London, Aug. 26 A dispatch from
Paris says an entire division of Ger German
man German cavalry that crossed the frontier
and raided French territory was com completely
pletely completely ""annihilated by a hidden
French battery. Three thousand
were killed or wounded and captured.

POWELL CLAYTON HAS PASSED

Diplomat, Soldier and Politician of
Note is Dead
Washington, Aug. 2 C General
Powell Clayton, distinguished states statesman,
man, statesman, diplomat and soldier, died at
his apartment here last night, at the
age of 81 years. He had been In
feeble health for many months.

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FLEET WILL NOT -3IOVE TILL IT
CAN STRIKE A HEAVY BLOW,
FOR THE FATHERLAND
Paris, Aug. 26. Official Informa Information
tion Information Troni 'Hamburg definitely locates
a German fleet in the Kiel canal, and
one in the estuary of the Elbe river,
nearHeligoJand Island, protecting,
the Germ-aii coast.
-In the 'harbor at Hamburg there,
are 1200'Gennan .merchantmen tin
chored.
BLEASE MAY HAVE

BEEN BEATE

SMITH LEADS IN SOUTH CARO CAROLINA
LINA CAROLINA FOR THE SENATE
Columbia, S. C, -Aug. 26. Tho
latest returns -from yesterday's pri primary
mary primary show that Smith has defeated
Blease for the United States Senate
by 10,000 majority.
Cooper w411 be in. the second pri primary
mary primary for governor -with 'Richards or
Manning opposing.
'Each congressman has been renominated.

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. lS-tf

ADVAIICIIIG Oil AHTVEOP

GERMAN CAVALRY WITHIN NINK
MILKS OF THE BELGIAN
CITY
Antwerp Aug. 26. German scouts
were seen today at Torvuerer, nine
miles- from the center of Antwerp.
The Belgians claim that the Ger Germans
mans Germans have been driven back from
Malines to Valvorne.
It is rumored the Germans are pre preparing
paring preparing to evacuate Brussels.
Another report says the Germans
are planning to use 03tend as a base?
of operations against England.

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at Lansford's. 8-22-tf

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THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20. 1914

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

INSIDE THE GERMAN EMPIRE

DITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, GeuerfJ Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
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Entered at Ocp.la, Fla., postofflce as second class matter.

Joseph A. Altsheler, a noted author
and a member of the New York

j World staff, has just returned from a

visit to Germany. His report of his
experiences in Germany and Austria
is as follows:
"The streets of Vienna were
thronged with wildly excited crowds.
At that time they thought their only

ed out 'to drop bombs all over Lon London
don London and destroy the city by fire. The
suspense became terrible.
"Finally we got the Bavarian gov government
ernment government to provide special trains to
Holland, taking -forty-eight hours to

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mission was, as many said to me, to

reach The 'Hague. The Dutch -border
was guarded most jealously, the
Dutch being greatly fearful of being

drawn into tho war. They have
thrown up fortifications and mined

all bridges and railroads. We took
half an hour crossing the Vessel, with

'extirpate that nation of murderers, all windows closed and "blinds drawn

the Servians.' 'Next day we saw the Uo eruard asralnst a careless match or

aged emperor in his carriage being

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cigarette.

4.Ve all drew deep breaths of re

lief on reaching Holland and hearing
that the tales of German victories

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Wonder Tiow many useful
were killed in Europe today?

men

The German hammer has made a
dent in the allied anvil, but it is a
safe bet that the hammer has suffer suffered
ed suffered aoout as much as the anvil.

Truth crushed to earth will rise
Again, but that will not help the
frave men whom a quarrel founded
on error is causing to fall 'forever.

'Sixteen ships passed thru the Pan Panama
ama Panama canal last week. Of these, four

teen were American, one English

and one Peruvian. The tolls amount

ed to $55,000.

Senator Fletcher and Congressman

Clark favor a Florida exhibit at the
San Francisco exposition.' The Star

is sorry it cannot agree with these

two distinguished gentlemen in ev

erything.

The Tampa Times informs us that
it is going to publish the finest sort

of a Sunday paper every Sunday

morning, -beginning with next Sun

day. The 'Star has no doubt of the
ability of the Times staff to get out

a splendid paper, ibut it hopes they

.won't work themselves to death.

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there on Germany's attitude toward

the war. Germany is bound to win

in the end, he said, as she is fight

ing because her cause is just. Italy,

he believed, will 1 not take sides

against Germany. He said: "'From

the emperor to the lowest unskilled

workman in the Fatherland, Ger

many is united to defend nerseir

against the frivolous and unwarrant

ed attack of jealous powers. The Ger German
man German people will fight to a finish and
will be victorious in the end."

LONG AXI) SHORT HAUL LAW

"Rumors of Russian mobilization
did not dampen Austrian enthusiasm,
because they said Germany would
help them. They still talked of
finishing up Servia in a week.
"We took the last train out of Vi

enna for the west, going to Salzburg.

Among our companions was a young

Austrian officer who spoke English

and French. 'He declared they would

smash up the Russians and Servians

'with Austria's three million soldiers.
When I suggested that France would
get into it he frowned, and from
many conversations it Decame clear
that the Austrians -were looking to
smashing France as well as Russia
and Servia.
"The German feeling is bitterer
against France than against Russia,
and everywhere the conviction was
forced home to our minds that this
war was planned by Germany and
Austria to dismember France. Salz Salzburg
burg Salzburg was swamped with Tyrolese
peasants being mobilized, tramping
stolidly through the streets, making
a gloomy, depressing scene.
"The next day we reached Munich.

The streets were jammed with march

ing soldiers, but no news was given

were myths.

"It is obvious to any one traveling

in Germany, as we were, in constant

touch with Germans, that they
wanted this war and made it. They

vaunted constantly their coming dom-

inition over the whole continent of
Europe and the ntter destruction of
the French republic.
"The German army Is a machine

so powerful that it will take

most valor and skill of the allies to

beat back the kaiser's legions

OCALA HOUSE ill 0

TNWING to the great demand Jfor rooms, we
( j 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 K con venience,
for all who may apply. No flies, no dirt, airy and
comfortable,
We are spending $15,000.00 on and in the Ocala
Hpuse, and no hotel in the state will be better
equipped to care for the traveling public, and at
moderate prices.
LOUIS M. LOIHg, Manager

The act is still on the statute
books, but -what of its enforcement?
Has the railroad commission ever is issued
sued issued any order that the law be made
effective? If the commission has
taken such steps the ReporteT-Star
has failed to observe it. The law
contained a "provision that the law
should be of force January 1, 1914,
but it was left to the commission to
make it effective. The commission
held hearings at various points in

tne state ana xook argumenis 01 xne t beyond the fact' ,tnat ,war had

railroad counsel ana ine peopie vn--. declared. Germany, with its

der consideration.

In fcrvlnsr to drive the Germans

out of Kiao Chau the Japanese are

entirely within their rights, and the
Star has no doubt that they will suc succeed.
ceed. succeed. At the same time, the Star
hopes that the Germans -will punish
the Japs so -severely that they will
te mighty careful about attacking
another genuine white nation.

That was several

months ago. Is the commission still
deliberating the question? Orlando
Ileporter-Star.
Undoubtedly the commission is yet
deliberating this measure, and is not
likely to do anything 'but, deliberate,
or forget it.

The sum of $200,000 is. needed
for Florida to make an adequate ex exhibit
hibit exhibit at the PanamaPacific exposi exposition,
tion, exposition, of which we are informed,
'$25,000 is to go to Mr.. Wessels, the
efficiency expert. If he is expert
enoaigh to separate the people of
.Florida from $25,000 for anything

The Russians seem to be overrun overrunning
ning overrunning Northeastern Germany with
comparative ease. The country their
successes 'have been won in is Prus Prussian
sian Prussian Poland, which is a sort of "a

German panhandle, jutting out (be (between
tween (between Russian Poland and the Baltic
Sea. While the Germans have some
strongly fortified, towns in that terri territory,
tory, territory, they do not seem to ihave many
men, the kaiser having rushed most
of his armies westward to -attack

France. On the other fa and, Rnssia

is so situated that She can throw the

greatest weight of her armies against

In is able to do, they are less effi

cient In doing their own tninmng this -portion of German territory. rne

-.than the Star thinks they are. Russians are mot likely to meet any

adequate opposition till they strike

'm was reported Monday that iAus- the line of Vistula, which is strongly

tria would dismantle her big cruiser,
the Kaiserin Elizabeth, in Chinese
waters, In order to avoid a declara declaration
tion declaration of war with Japan. Thursday's
dispatches tell the more probable

fortified. This Vistula, however,
flows thru (Russian Poland, which
will enable the Russians to flank the
Germans on this line as long as they
are able to overwhelm the latter in

Btory that the warship has been or- the open field. From the 'borders of
tiered to support the Germans at Russian Poland to Berlin is only '200
Tsing Tan. Austria would not gain miles, across a flat and open country;
anything by refusing to hack up Ger- and it is by no means improbable
mnnr gainst Jaoan. ibut would lose that the kaiser will have to slacken

AX OPTIMISTIC KSTI3LVTE

the respect of other nations.

TWar is always full of surprises.
One of the first of the present con

flict was the stubborn defense of
Liege, which the Germans expected
to walk over. One of the next was

IKamur, which was much more
strongly fortified than Lkge, and
was expected to hold out for some

time. With the theater of opera operations,
tions, operations, there should be a surprise or
two every day.

his attacks on
own capital.

France to defend his

' The 'House, of (Representatives, on
Tnotion of 'Majority "Leader Under Underwood,
wood, Underwood, has voted to deduct from the

pay of members for all time they are
absent except in case of illness. All
leaves were cancelled. The republi republicans
cans republicans opposed the proposal as a dis discrimination
crimination discrimination against northern mem members
bers members away on primary campaigns.
For days the (House has ibeen forced
to suspend business at times for lack
of a quorum.

The correspondent at Amsterdam
of JReuter's Telegram Company tells
of the courteous treatment of Gen.
iLeman, commander of the Liege
forts, received at the hands of Gen.
Von Emmioh, of the German forces.

"Gen. Leman," the story runs, "was
found hy the Germans nearly suffo suffocated
cated suffocated under the ruins of a destroyed
fort. The German officers treated
him with the greatest friendliness
and took him before Gen. Von Dm-

mich, to whom the Belgian handed
over his sword. In recognition of
Gen. Leman's bravo conduct in a
hopeless situation, Gen. Von Emmich

returned his sword to him and after
a short rest he was taken with other
captive officers to "Aix-ia-Chappelle
and thence to Cologne.'

mechanical thoroughness had put the
lid down so tisrht that all news was

shut off.

"(Nearly 2,000 Americans x found

themselves caueht in Munich, abso

lutely isolated from the whole world,

with no means of communication al

lowed of any kind. For a week no

foreigner was allowed to leave. Only
post-cards in German were allowed

to .be mailed, ibut no one knew

whether they ever were sent.

"Among the Americans there were
President Marry Garfield, of Williams
College, Prof. Morris Jastrow, the
widow of former President Harrison,

Mrs. (Eugene Philbin and many

others.

"The American consular organiza organization
tion organization under St. John Gaffney raised

$11,000 for needy Americans.

"There was nothing In the Ger German
man German papers except accounts of Ger German
man German victories, the alleged assassina

tion of President Poincare, "the fact

that Paris was In flames as under

the Commune ; that the German army
was already far into 'France and
would "be In Paris in a week, and
that the issue of the war already
had been settled.
"But even the most sanguine Ger Germans
mans Germans were terribly surprised and -dismayed
when they heard that 'Eng 'England
land 'England had joined in: This was a far

greater blow than Italy's neutral neutrality.
ity. neutrality. 'However, the Germans consoled
themselves by saying that on land
(England would he helpless,, and that
no matter who came, Germany was
marching steadily to victory.
"No word came of anything but
reverses to England, France and Rus Russia,
sia, Russia, so the majority of Americans
sank into deep depression, as the

Germans declared that no boats could

run between (England and America.

"The kaiser's torpedo (boats and

submarines, according to German ac

counts, were threatening every port

of England, and Zeppelins had start-

Florida Metronolis Bureau, Mun-

sey liuiiamg, vvasningion, aub.

-"Florida, and Marion county in

particular, will produce a banner

crop this year," said J. D. Rooney, or

Ocala, secretary of the Marion Coun

ty Board of Trade, at the 'Raleigh.

Last year more than $5,000,000 was

paid for our products, and this year

they will bring $1,000,000 more. Un

like1 most Southern lands, I is not

necessary to use the same quantity

of fertilizer to make our profits

great. The war, on the other hand,

is ero-insr to work a hardship on the

Southern farmers, for much of the
materials used in the manufacture of

fertilizer are imported from 'Europe,

and dn consequence the production

will he curtailed and the prices rais

ed.

"Of phosphate rock, the domestic
production has doubled since 1902.

The domestic manufacture of fertiliz

ers last year amounted to more than

$105,000,000. In Marlon county is

. a i. 1 lt

one or tne greatesx natural ierxiiiz-

ers in the world. It Is the onlyde-

posit used for fertilizer, and has "been

Tecommended -by all the agricultural
colleges. It is a soft phosphate, and

engineers estimate tnat tnere are
from 6,000,000 to 8,000,000 tons of

it in the deposit."

We meaa are you getting the service we wish to give you and which

you ought to have? we Deneve you are. jhosi or our customers are
satisfied, and we are proud of the fact. But If there is anything fwrong

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

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My an to is my Jonah; I shall not

want. It imaketh -me to 'lie under it

in green -pastures and dusty roads;

it leadeth (me into much trouble. It

draweth on my puirse; I go Into the

paths of idebt for its sake. Yea,

though I understand by auto perfect

ly I fear much evil, for the radius
Tods of the axle might 'break. It has
a blowout in the presence of mine

enemies; I anoint the tires with a
patch; 'the radiator iboileth over.
Surely this thing will not follow me

all the days of my life, or I will

dwell in the house of ?overty for

ever.- Exchange.

SUMMER EXCURSION RATES
' VIA

STANDARD RAILROAD OP THE SOUTH
IFiPortra OcsiUsi

LDK1

$37.05 Cincinnati. Ohio.
$47.55 Chicago, 111.
$62.65 Denver, fcol.
$36.30 Evansvllle, Ind.

$35.55 Louisville, Ky.
TICKETS SOLD

$18.50 Marietta, Ga.
$39.05 New York, N. Y.
, $39.05 Philadelphia, Pa.
$41.80 St. Louis, Mo.
$93.55 San Francisco, Cal.
DAILY. FINAL LIMIT OCT. 31.

STOP OVERS ALLOWED
For Information and reservations call on A. C. L. Ticket Agent, or
J. G. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger Agent,
TAMPA. FLORIDA.

APPRECIATES THE

STARS WRITE-UP

The Clearwater Sun and the 'Eus 'Eus-tis
tis 'Eus-tis Lake Region are disputing over
the merits of brick and oiled sand
roads. There is not the least doubt
that the brick is the best, but that

is no reason why the oiled sand is
not good. Just outside of Ocala, on
tho most constantly used road in Ma Marion
rion Marion county, is a stretch of oiled sand
road, which has not been repaired
since it was put down some years
ago, and yet it is almost as good as
new.

SANBORN

GHASE &

Famous Tea
Packed in Air Tight
Containers

S

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Count Von Bernstorff, German
ambassador to the United "States, re returned
turned returned to America Monday on the
steamer Xoordam and in ?Cev York
gave out one of the most authorita authoritative
tive authoritative interviews yerday expressed

Editor Star We are certainly glad

you came to Leesburg. Come to see

-us again; we are always glad to see

you.

In behalf of the citizens of Lees Leesburg,
burg, Leesburg, I thank you for the elegant

write-up which all very much appre

ciate.
I am enclosing a check, for which

I will be glad for you to send me as
many copies as you can of .the Issue
containing the write-up mentioned
above, and will also be glad for you
to send me one or two copies of the
oaDer containing the "Landlubber's

fish story."

2-lb

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and

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Diamond Sixty,

Orange Peko, i -lb ....
Orange Peko, Yz -lb . .
Oritf. Formosa-Ooloong,

Basket Fired Japan,

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Black, U -lb
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Fancy" Ceylon, India, H-
"Fancy" Ceylon India, -s. . .50c
"Fancy" English Breakfast K'- 25c

"Fancy" English Breakfast H-s 50c

Special Ceylon India, &-lb 30c
Special Ceylon India 1-lb. ..... .COc

EIECTR.

Electra, Aug 25.- Miss Edith An

derson, who has been visiting rela

tires and friends at this place, has

returned to her home at Lakeland.
Mr. R. O. 'Halford has gone to
Miami, via Palatka, Jacksonville and
other points. .
Mr. C W. Brant, Jr., J. C. Col Collins
lins Collins and Mr. A. L. .Barber spent last
week at Salt Springs, fishing and
bathing in the "surf." All report a
pleasant time.

Mr. Corbitt filled his appointment
at flarmony church.
Master John Evans who has been
in our midst for a visit, returned to
his home in Orlando.
The friends of Mr. Owens, and

children are glad to see them among

us again.

Mr. J. H. Halford and Lee Hal Hal-ford
ford Hal-ford went fishing recently to Half

Moon Lake and returned -with quite

a fine catch of fish. One of the fish

weighed five, pounds and another
weighed six pounds.

Mr. 'H. Sellers and Mr. D. Sellers

are putting in quite a crop of fall
truck.

The friends of Mr. D. F. Stebble Stebble-ton
ton Stebble-ton are glad to hear the mill whistle

again.

Mr. L. D. Marsh and Miss Fannie

Marsh have gone to Lake George to

look after interests there.

Leesburg,

August 24.

Just remember we keep garden,

farmland work shop tools and imple-

Ooala Seed Store. 8-18-tf.

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

Florida Fasenger Agent,

West Bay Street,

Jacksonville, Florida.

SILVER SPmXGS

LITERATURE WANTED

0. K. Teapot Grocery,
OCALA, FLORIDA
PHONES 10 AaD 174

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
booklet. S-22-tf
A lot cf new boks at The Murray

Company. S-20-3t

The Management ol Dn. McCLAN
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z.Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray o., and Troisier's stands.
Larger quarters, more fully equipped end will be nut
strictly ethical line. ,.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 331

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ami OOALA EVENIKQ DTAli. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20. 1914

the

GREAT BRlTAIirS

SHIPS Oil GUARD
Keeps a Police Patrol of the North
Atlantic with Her Cruiser
New York, Aug. 2G.-Avith hostile
warships prowling about, Great Brit Britain
ain Britain has brought into acticn a care carefully
fully carefully planned police patro.4 of the
Atlantic ocean. Cruisers are the po policemen
licemen policemen and the naval bases are the
police stations.
The scheme has been tried out in
reports of sighting the 'British fight-
4 ,tions show It is working most per
fectly. Depending on this the Brit British
ish British admiralty has announced that
the Atlantic 13 safe to neutral mer merchantmen
chantmen merchantmen and those friendly to
Great Britain. -'The
British plans for ten first
class cruisers on the main ocean
Toutes between ports of America an i
the United Kingdom. 'Nine of these
reported on duty, the Suffolk, Ber Berwick,
wick, Berwick, Bristol, Good Hope, Drake,
Aboukir, Euryahus, and Lancaster.
It is thought the cruiser Cornwall is
the tenth.
Naval men who have studied the
reports of sighting the British fight fighting
ing fighting ships believe the cruisers on pa patrol
trol patrol are stretched over a course
bypassing north from the Bahamas to
Y Bermuda, thence to off Cape 'Hat-
teras, thence past New York to Nan Nantucket
tucket Nantucket Shoals-and thence to the
Grand Banks and finally the Irish
coasts.
The naval bases depended upon
for coal and provisions are St. Lucia,
and Barbados in the "West Indies,
Bermuda, (Halifax and St. Johns, New
foundland.
The cruisers range from 9,000 to
.14,000 tons in size and at a fair
speed can steam two weeks at a
stretch.
The British Admiralty weighed
carefully the relative advantages of
: convoys for merchant craft and a
trade route patrol before deciding on
the latter.
In recent -maneuvres the British
placed so-called station ships on a
trade route at, 500 mile intervals.
These ships were directed to be on a
specified meridian each day. They
changed positions daily; but the ex exact
act exact locality for each day was known
to all other vessels in the patrol by
preconcert. The station vessels
cruised over regular police beats. In
this way,, merchant vessels could be
passed from one station ship to an another.
other. another. i
It is this scheme which now, ac according
cording according to the best information in
shipping circles here, 4s being carri carried
ed carried out. There were to be smaller or
. intermediary vessels between the
larger station .ships, but so far the
British do not appear to have ibeen
able to spare 'more than the nine
cruisers, which does not allow for
any reserve after assigning for the
New York to Ireland and the Ber Bermuda
muda Bermuda to West Undies routes.
It is a coincidence, perhaps, that
during ( the war of 1812 the first
British naval fleet on the American
coast consisted of five ships of war,
namely, the Shannon, the Africa, the
Aeolus, the Guerriere and the Belvi Belvi-dere.
dere. Belvi-dere. It was this force which attempt
ed to overhaul the Constitution on
the New Jersey coast. The above
five British vessels were patrolling
n the North American trade route,
The Liver as Aid
To Blood Purify
The Natural Stimulus Re Required
quired Required is Not the Pur-
gative Kind.
Most Pilla Are Better if Thrown Away.
Important ns it Vo keep tlie towels c?on.
it Vo
It should he remembered tnat sucu atiiua
does not necessarily mean that the Irver
has been etimulated. The action of S. S.
is a natural liver tonic, but not a boxvel
mover, it woiks iu uif utr luu ...
in the natural and necessary function o
of
r.nrprtinjr from the blood certain constltn
t,o intn what are knovrn as assimilable

products. These are readily absorbed into
-nrhe body tissues to constantly provHe new
rnd healthv material for that which is
fl teing destroyed by the energy of tissue

. 1 r. tt
U
r-U.llvtiC cnerT tO Keep a iuiuu iuu
bTood circulation to Li batt!e with impur impurities
ities impurities wherever they n.ay have settled.
Tv,rot?crrt ratarrh. anemia, most sk!n
- V 1 , J.-. 1.
diseases and other results of imoure blood
"ni0 imniirtttlmr the liver by their morbid
rJi.:;, 'To1 nYilrklv checked by S. S. S.
its action Throughout the blood circulation
resufts "in the stimulation of the t ssue cell?
fo the healthv and Judicious selection of
their own essential nuirimvut.
Ynu can pet S. S. S. in aay drug store,
but insist upon having It.
TP
CCEditi
ciSo Ccmpasy,- C'JQ Swift Eld., Atlanta, Ga.

The presence cf any bl'vd trouble natnr natnr-CTlv
CTlv natnr-CTlv suggests a slvi.rsis-i liver, but there is
required those mcdi-iaal properties which,
.- ,.on-hhi?r the Lver, still retain taelr

Take no cnance vy j.'wumuu

using Halifax as a base, and were
only brought together in consequence
of Commodore Rodgers taking the
sea with five American vessels, name namely,
ly, namely, the President, the United States,
the Congress, the Hornet anl the
Argus. In self-defence the British
cruisers were compelled to concen concentrate,
trate, concentrate, and in one instance the British
force convoyed a large fleet of En English
glish English merchantmen 1,000 miles off
the American coast. The presence
of the British fleet off New Jersey,
when the Constitution was trying to
into New York, was occasioned
by Broke, the British flag officer,
cruising in search of Roigers.
The wireless telegraph renders it
unnecessary for a cruiser to actual actually
ly actually run down to a merchant craft. So
long as the latter is in communica communication
tion communication with the station vessel, she has
the means for calling for assistance
rhould the necessity arise.
The presence of the Suffolk off Cew
York is regarded as thoroughly in
keeping with the lessons British
crr.i?ers learned in the na?. name-

If. that it is more advisable to lie in
wait for the enemy's merchant craft
at the point of -departure than at the
supposed point of arrival. t So long
as British cruisers lie off the port
of New York it will be hazardous
work for a German steamship to at attempt
tempt attempt a run out. The fact that
such a patrol exists, practically ties
up every German craft now in this
harbor until the cessation of the war.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas, county, s. s.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm of I
F. J. Cheney & Co., doing .business
in the city of Toledo, county and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will
pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case of
Catarrh that annot be cured ny the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of Dec December,
ember, December, A. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON,
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in internally
ternally internally and acts directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Adv.
NOTICE
MI tires and tubes sold at the
od
establishment of "Davies the tire
man' from July 1, will be sold only
for CASH, but with a 5 dis discount.
count. discount. G-2S-tf
Hard Fight for Life.
A two hours' swim in the sea at
night in danger c being overtaken by
a. flood of burning benzine was the ex experience
perience experience of Mrs. Anna Boeme, wife of
the captain of the Russian steamer
Kometa, which blew up off Algiers and
was completelyj burned, with the loss
of 15 of her company. "My husband
put me in a boat after the ship had
burst into flames," she said,' "but it
capsized. I began to swim in; the black
water, which 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
the point of giving up, I heard a voice
shouting in Russian, 'Come here.' It
was the chief stoker and some of the
men iri a boat which was full of wa water,
ter, water, They hoisted me in it and I sat
in water i;p to my hips for two hours
mere." -
SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE
Southbound
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
30 p. m.; .,' arrives Ocala 1:40 a
n.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
No. s local leaves Jacksonville
:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited .aves Jacksonville
il:,0 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
j.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
Northbound
Xo. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.: arrive.
Jacksonville 6:4b a. m.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa 9 a. m.;
arrives Ocala 1:12 p. m.; leaves
Ocala 1:30 p. m.; arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 5:20 p. m.
No. 10 limited leave? Tampa J p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 m.; arrives
Tacksonville 7:30 p. m.
Using Pest in Germany.
Peat coke in Germany is proving
serviceable in many ways. It is not
only valuable for generating elec electricity'
tricity' electricity' at moorland stations, but is
much used by blacksmiths and for va various
rious various metallurgical purposes, espe especially
cially especially as a substitute for charcoal
in producing high-grade iron. A new
turf-cooking plant at Elizabeth-Fehn,
Oldenburg, converts 30 tons of peat
into nine of coke, with gas and tar
as 4 by-products. Specially-designed
ovens are used and the gas generated
is made to heat the retorts and to
generate electric current to drive
the peat dredging machines. The
tar yield3 creosote oil, gas oil, par paraffin,
affin, paraffin, sulphuric acid and ammonia,
For 35 cents we will give you one
pound of Cadet Chqcolates, this
week only. Gerig's Drugstores.

CONTRAST
THE
PEDAL ACTION

OF A
KIMBALL PLAYER
PIANO
WITH OTHERS.
The "direct down-stroke" pedal
action with corresponding move movement
ment movement of bellows of the Kimball
saves you a pound or more at
every stroke of the foot.
Why expend double the energy
required?
One of the TEN features of the
KIMBALL PLAYER
PIANO
"Never-played pianos taken'
in exchange,
Sold on partial payment plan
if desired.
HERBERT LATTNER
"Artistic Pianos."
OCALA'
FLORIDA
AX ORDINANCE
An Ordinance Discontinuing that
Portion of North Third Street
Lying Between Blocks Seventy Seventy-Nine
Nine Seventy-Nine and Eighty, Old Survey,
Ocala.
Whereas, That piece -of ground
lying .between blocks seventy-nine
and eighty Old 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 br street; and,
Whereas, "-'by tire 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 interest;
terest; interest; therefore,
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 by .the city of
Ocala, as and for a public street or
highway.
Sec. 2. This ordinance shall take
effect immediately upon its passage.
NOT SO STRANGE AFTER ALL
You may think it strange that so
many people are cured of stomach
trouble by Chamberlain's Tablets.
You would not, however, if yoa
should give them a trial. They
strengthen and invigorat the
stomach and enable it to perform its
functions naturally. Mrs. Rosie Rish
of Wabash, Ind., writes, "Nothing
did me the least good until I began
using Chamberlain's Tablets. It is
deciaedly the best medicine for
stomach trouble I have ever used."
For 'sale by all dealers. Adv.
Andy Decided He Needed No Help.
Andy Lewis, a negro in Manhattan,
had a 'possum giveu to him thi3 week
and a friend asked him: "Andy, don't
you want somebody to help you eat
that 'possum?" And Andy, replied:
"I tell you how it is, boss.' De las'
time ah 'vited a white man to help
me eat a 'possum, he mighty near
done et dat air 'possum all by his his-self,
self, his-self, and I only got de pickin's; yes,
euh, dat's what dat white man did. I
like pow'ful well to hab yo company,
but dat 'possum he's only jist so big,
and you-all know how it is. Yes, suh,
dat las' time, I only got de pickin's
Kansas City Star
THE TWENTY YEAR TEST
"Some twenty years ago I used
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di Diarrhoea
arrhoea Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Geo. V.
Brock, publisher of the Enterprise,
Aberdeen, Md. 1 discovered that it
was a quick and safe cure for diar diarrhoea.
rhoea. diarrhoea. Since then no one can sell
me anything said to be 'just as good.
During all these years I have used
it and recommended it many times
and it has never disappointed any anyone."
one." anyone." For sale by all dealers. Ad.
Self Deception.
Most people fancy themselves inno innocent
cent innocent of those crimes of which they can cannot
not cannot be convicted. Seneca.

5 1 1,

MONTEAGLE
SUMMER RESORT

If joa wish to go away tor the
summer please correspond with Mrs.
E. V. Williams, who conducts the
Cumberland House at Monteagie,
Tenn. Rates, ?7 to $10 per week.
Two months Chautauqua, from July
1st io August 31st, which Is a fine
entertainment. Monteagie 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 Monteagie in
the South. Write at once to Mrs.
E. W. Williams, Proprietress, the
Cumberland HniFe, .'Monteagie, Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. 6-13-tf
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
Lcpsrs Island In France.
A lepers island Is to be established
In France, ls the result of the sudden
diiccvery that more than six hundred
lepers are living in that country, cir circulating
culating circulating among the Inhabitants. The
m:::is:cr of the interior appealed to a
spevirtl commission of the French 1
Academy 01 Medicine to advise the
bed means to prevent the spread of
the disease, and amoLg the various
measures recommenJed by the com commission
mission commission is one to make cne of the
islands oS the coast of France Into a
lepers colony, thus Isolating them
frcm the rest cf the world. Not allof
the 6C0 lepers now; known to the au authorities
thorities authorities will be transferred to the
island, but a special commission will
sit on each case and decide whether
the leper shall go to the island or may
remain under treatment in the coun country.
try. country. i
THE CASE OF L. L. CANT2LOL
The ea ce of L. L. Cantelou, Clare Clare-don,
don, Clare-don, Tena3, is similar to that of many
others who have used Chamberlain's
f!ollrv Phnlorn urf. ninnO-mrm Pom o
dy. He says, "After trying a doctor
for several months and using dif-!
ferent kinds of medicine for my wife j
who had been troubled with severe!
bowel complaint for several months.
i oougai a zoc ooiiie 01 unaniDer unaniDer-lain's
lain's unaniDer-lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. After using the second bot bottle
tle bottle she was entirely cured." For sale
by air dealers. Adv.
Tine SttaiP

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E. G. Rivers, Gents Furnishings
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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

(If you have any items for thi3 department call phone 106)

ATTEXD BOARD OF TRADE
TOMORROW EVEXIXG

Thought for tlie Day
Do you covet learning's prize?
Climb her heights and take it
In ourselves our future lies,
Life is what we make it.
A jor.y pr.rty of hoys ar.d tdrls
spent last evening n Nw h Lake
Weir, going d own early ix Uu jifi.er jifi.er-soon
soon jifi.er-soon and returning in th ;v s:na
hours of the dowy iiumu A great
time was ha J. enjol!$ tSste fcfrlous
supper ami seetag; v.hV. $v$ suld

splash the most vraier
Jake, eis.

it the

IMiss Melvina Cmcr returned
from a delightful vacation, and is
again to be found at her post of duty
in the -millinery establishment of Mrs.
Abbott In the Oia House block.
'
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mason Tison and
little son, J. Mason Tison, Jf., of An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, came up Sunday to spend a
few days with Mr. Tison's parents,
Major and Mrs. W. O. Tison.
fLalncsvillo Sun.

night from a three &veeks' visit to hi

f family in Commerce, Ga., where they
J are spending the pmmer with Mrs.
Goner's parents. IMrs. Gober and the
xjchildreri expect t J return home about'

i"hLK)th of 'September.

of her husband,' who continues quite
ill.

Attention, Phiiatheas
The members of the Philathea and
Junior Philathea classes of the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Sunday school will enjoy' a pic picnic
nic picnic trip to. Lake Weir tomorrow aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, Thursday, Aug. 27, 1914.
Bring lunch and 'bathing suits and
meet at the .church promptly at 3
o'clock. The large autobus and sev

eral cars will carry the crowd to and

rom' the lake, and just the jolllest
ime imaginable is anticipated by
he young people.
The members of the Ocala and
ort McCoy lodges of the Eastern

Star had a most enjoyable nicnie on

Silver Springs and river today.

Particulars tomorrow.

Mr. D. II. Mathews of Hawthorne,
ormerly of this city, is in town,

visiting his brother-in-law, Mr. W. L.

Colbert and family.

Miss iBettie Mclver left today for
an extended visit to -her aunt, Mrs. J.

G. Spurljji-aTrdjnily at Lake Wear

Mr. dlibbert Weathers will leave

j .-v tr- i. in., l

in a lew uayjjr ick acw i or. rty,
where he will join his father at the
borne of Mr. ancVMrs. SXeil A. Weath Weathers
ers Weathers for a time and -teeter he expects

to visit several places of interest be-

re returning 'home.

Mrs. J. 'It. Moorhead 'will be one oi
"the representative women of our city
In attendance upon the special farm farmers
ers farmers institute in Gainesville next
week. The program is a splendid

cno and should ellicit the attendance

of every representative 'man in the
state.

i Mr. iE. H. 'Swaiiff Anthony is the

;guest of ihis daughter, Mrs. Jack Hal-

NLqti at Sarasota. ;

"Mrs. OF. L.' Thorp returned to her
'borne dn "Palatka today af ter a week's

visit to Miss Edith Williams.

Mrs. C. P. Howell is expected home

tomorrow afternoon from Virginia,

jsvfcere she has been for some time

visiting relatives. Mrs. 'Howell is
coming especially to be at the bedside

lend Us Your

I Beams
Channels,
Angles and
AU Shapes.
Boiler riate
Tank Steel,
Galvanized,
Copper and
Zinc Sheets.
Truss Rods,
Stay Bolts
Structural
Iron Work
Of All Kind. ?
All Hard Woods.
Launches,
Dories and
Skiffs
Built to
Order.
Boilers and
Tanks Built
To Order.
Pumps for all
Purposes.
Competent Force
For Road Work at all
Times.
Herrlll-Stevens

The regular semi-monthly meeting
of the Board of Trade will toe held
tomorrow evening, and all members
should be present to discuss affairs

oi interest to bur city and county.

II FADED OFF THE.
.AGILE HERBERT

Judge Simmons of the Duval cir circuit
cuit circuit court has sustained the demurrer
to the suit brought by Mr. H. L. An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, the boss Bull Moose of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, to knock out the Bryan primary
law.

GAME WITH STARKE
TOMORROW AFTERXOOX

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W. C. T. U. 3IEETIXG

This organization held its regular

monthly business meeting yesterday

afternoon at the M. iE. church, 'Mrs.
it. A. Rurford,, acting president.
After scripture reading from Joshua,

nging and prayer, the various de

partments reported and the delegates

o the recent district W. C. T. U.

convention were heard from. A most
excellent article prepared by Mrs.

McLain of Candler was read and ap applauded.
plauded. applauded. Mrs. M. E. Washburn's re report
port report of medal contest work was very

ratifying. Among other discussions

was the important one of a rest room

under the auspices of the W. C. T. U.
at our coming fair. Mrs.. Burford

stressed the importance of temper

ance lectures in our universities and

after other items of interest the

meeting adjourned to meet Septem-

Manager Hunter has arranged for
a game with the Starke ball team to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon. The Starkites
will be here on the afternoon train.
They have a good team, and the
game promises to be a fine one. Let
all our folks turn out and see it.
Mr. Hunter is hard at work trying
to induce the Philadelphia Nationals
to come here for their training, and
if our folk3 will give him the 'back 'backing
ing 'backing he deserves, this noted blg-

league team will draw many visitors J

to our city next winter.
The series of games with Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville is yet undecided.

MR. AXD, MRS. GEO. C. lOOXEY'S
SELECT PRIVATE SCHOOL,
PHOXE 338

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Reporter.

CARD OF THANKS

Ocala, Fla., Aug. 24, 1914.
We are back to our delightful
high, dry, breezy residence and
school, 902 Fort King Ave., Ocala,
Fla.
In our search for summer resorts,
we have failed to find a more pleas pleasant
ant pleasant one than this lovely hill-top.
Our school will resume its regular
curriculum Sept. 7th. Coaching to
pupils of other colleges may 'begin at
once in language and mathematics.
Any deficiency may be overcome hy
our close personal assistance in two
or three weeks.
If young men or women desire a
course in single or double entry

OUR POLICY

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 customers
ers customers 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.

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Mrs. E. Carl Harris asks the btar knowledge of the former in two

to express her thanks for the kind- weeks for ?5, and the best and most
ness shown by the people of this city improved system mercantile course,

to her and her husband 'during the double entry, in one month .for $10.

long sickness and death of the latter. Adv. v 8-25

She sincerely appreciates all the

help given her, and everything done For tne next thirty days we will

to make easier the long and painful sell stock, poultry and cattle pow-

lllness of Mr. Harris.

LEE WAXTS XO LIQUOR

In Tuesday's election, Lee county

voted to remain dry.

ders and medicines for one-half

price. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

A XEW GLASS BOTTOMED BOAT MARIOX-DUXX MASOXIC LODGE

The Silver Springs Transportation

Marion ?Dunn Lodge No. 19, V. &

I A. M., meets on the first and third

Co. has a very handsome new glass-Thursday evenings of each month at

ibottomed boat at the springs, recent

ly launched there. The boat is quite

large and roomy, will seat over 20

passengers and all ot them can look

through .the glass bottom at once.
The fooat is handsomely finished in

mahogany, provided

-ble seats and has a substantial but
light- canopy, the frame being of

light hollow steel tuning and the cov-

7:30 o'clock, until further notice.

Baxter Carn, W. CM.
Jake Brown, Secretary. " Ad.

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Messrs. J. J. Bishop and Cochran
Keating of Daytona are in the city
advertising Daytona's big labor day
celebration. A number of very at attractive
tractive attractive features are to "be pulled off
there ou this occasion. During the
stay of these gentlemen in the city
they are the guests of Mr. and M.
R. L. Keating at their home on Xbrth
Watula street.

Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,

with co mforta- meets at Yonge's hall the second and

fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.

Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.

ering

of waterproof canvas.

ODD FELLOWS

BAXI) COXCERT FRIDAY XIGHT

dered at the band concert tomorrow

evening:

LIPC

IMarine Construction and
Repair Shops.

JacKsonville, Fla.

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.f

meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday

The following program will be ren- evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel

come always extended to visiting

brethren. J. H. Benjamin. X. G.

W. Li. Colbert, Secretary.

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Master at lArms (march).
Charles Sanglear.
Angelic Choir (serenade).
F. A. Myers.

Good Osight Farewell. Andante
from Rossini (song) Kuken.

Loveland (waltzes).
Abe Holtzman.
Viola (Gavotte).
Jerome Hill.
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Tid Bits (comic opera medley)

E. Beyer.

KXIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions

held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle

drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. Gober. C. C.

Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad

AVOODMEX OF THE AVORLD

Fort King Camp Xo.

the K. of P. Hall, at 8

14 .meets at

p. m., every

second and fourth Friday. Visitini

sovereigns are always welcome.

F. J. Burden, C. C.

Chas. Iv. Sage, Clerk. Ad

UNCLASSIFIED ADS

Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs

FOR RENT The Jones cottage, ten
rooms or part, at south side of
Lake Weir, on hard road. H. N.
Xold, Weirsdale,- Fla. 8-20-3t

FOR SALE A fine yearling Jersey
ibull for sale or service. J. A.
Logan, AVeirsdale, Fla. 8-25-61

Hearts and Flowers ( flower OCALA LODGE AO. 280t B. P. O. E.

song) Theo M. Tobani.

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Manhattan Beach (march).
Sousa.
AA'EATHER REPORT

This renort is made from obser-

vfiHnns taken dailv bv Mr. F. G. B,

Weihe, official observer for the

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Ocala Lodge Xo. 2S6, Benevolent

and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. AMsitine: breth

ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoflice, east side.

David S. AVilliams, E. R.
L. AA". Harley, Secretarj-. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE

em men.

August

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Max.
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Forecast for this Evening and
Tomorrow

Fair tonight and Thursday, partly
cloudv. nrobabb' local showers west

portion.

Ocala Ledge Xo. G99, L. O. M..

meets every Thursday at S:30 p. cm.
ATisiting brethern always welcome ;o

the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postofficc.

J. D. Rooney, Dictator.

COXCORDL LODGE F. U. OF A.

Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union

$4.00

6.00
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If you are thinking of having .you houso
PAINTED. OR PAPERED or any INTERIOR
DECORATING done be sure to see us before
letting your work out.' We use nothing but first
class material and have had
OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
We guarantee to give entire satisfaction.
S. J. ClupRa & Walter Tcno
P. O. BOX 428 OCAXA FLA.
Estimates Given

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of .America, meets in Yonge's Hall

Six copies of sheet music for 15c. h m(;ntn Geo L. Taylor. F. M.

at Lansford's. 8-22-tf chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.

CHEAP EXCURSION
VIA
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
Premier Carrier of the South
Wednesday, Sept. 9th.
Round Trip Fares From
JACKSOXA'ILLE
TO

AUGUSTA

ATLANTA ..
ATHENS .
BIRMINGHAM .
CHATTANOOGA
COLUMBIA
MACON

Tickets limited to reach Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville returning not later than mid midnight,
night, midnight, Sept. 15th, and are good on
any regular train within limit.
Excursion train will leave Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville for 'Augusta and Columbia
9:30 a. m., and for Macon, Atlanta,
Athens, Chattanooga and Birming Birming-9:40
9:40 Birming-9:40 a. m., September 9th.
Through Coaches and Pullman
Service. Special Trains.
City Ticket Office, corner Forsyth
and Hogan streets, Jacksonville,

Fla. Phones 743 and 4041.
F. B. PINSON, T. P. A., Tampa Fla.
G. R. PETTIT, D. P. A
Jacksonville, Fla.

The
Laundry
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Ocala
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To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance

Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
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Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best.

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BEAVER BOARD
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
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RAISED II RATE

At the special meeting of the city
council held Tuesday afternoon, it
was resolved to restore the rate for
electric lijht and power to what they
were before they were lowered last

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Ind not only every boy's delight.

7 but the delight of the whoU lar.;l!y U

iaFe9 FfcsIu Ice '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 Ihc City in
; Sanitary Ice Faclced-;
One Quart or More PHONE 284

The light and water
made a special report to
which report is published

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Our Hobby Is Carefully Compounded
Prescriptions Day or 'Mglii

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AVE HAVE LOTS AND LOTS OF LITTLE LABOR-SAVING
THINGS FOR YOUR KITCHEN SO 3IANY AYE CANNOT TELL
YOU ABOUT THE3I ON PAPER. JUST COME IN AND SEE
FOR YOUKSFIjF.
WHEN YOU DO, YOU WILL BUY, BECAUSE YOU CAN GET
A WHOLE ARMFUL OF LITTLE, HELPFUL THINGS YOU
NEED, AND THEY WILL COST ONLY A VERY LITTLE MON MONEY.
EY. MONEY. AND YOU WILL THANK US FOR REMINDING YOU
ABOUT THIS.

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FSione 118, Ocala, Fla.

December,
committee
this effect,

celow.
Five thousand dollars was appro appropriated
priated appropriated to buy neeied machinery for
the plant.
Report of the Light and Water
Committee
Ocala, Fla., Augusf IS, 1014.
To the Honorable City Council of
Ocala, Gentlemen: We, your light
and water committee, beg to attach

hereto a report showing the receipts
and expenditures of the electric light
department for seven months from
January to July, 1914, inclusive.
This report does not start with an
inventory, neither oes it end with
one. However, we are satisfied that
there would be little actual differ difference
ence difference 'between the inventory of Jan January
uary January 1st. and August 1st. We, there

fore, consider this report approxi

mately correct for all purposes.

This report shows total expenses

durins the seven months of $10,

201.54, to which should be added

$4 37 interest on bonds, and. from

this should he deducted $500, -which
was transferred, to another fund, and
$2,202 spent for extensions and im improvements
provements improvements which are really
an investment, therefore amounts
to $13,996.54. The total amount
charged for electricity to consumers
during these seven months was $17,-

368.50. .This leaves an apparent
profit, or book profit, of $3,381.96
against which the city clerk informs
us there w ere unpaid -bills on the 1st

of the month amounting approxi

mately to $1,500. Your committee
considers this an exceptionally fine

shnwinz considering the low rates

enjoyed by the city of Ocala and we
think a great deal of praise is due to
your superintendent, Mr. Caldwell..
!As stated above, total disburse disbursements
ments disbursements for the seven months was $16, $16,-698.54.
698.54. $16,-698.54. The total charges for cur current
rent current sold was $17,368.50, and accord according
ing according to this the electric light depart

ment apparently financed itself, leav leaving
ing leaving a .balance of $1,170.28. -X closer
investigation, however, will show show-that
that show-that although the plant made an ap apparent
parent apparent profit and apparently financed
itself, when we 'take-into considera

tion the collections, it has failed to
do this. The total collections for six

months amounted to $12,831.69.

Adding to this $2,000 estimated col

lections foT July tbills, makes a total

of $14,831.69, whereas, the disburse

ments were $16,198.54, which leayes

an apparent deficit between disburse

ments and collections of $1,366.85.

We call your attention to these

facts in order to show that although

the plant is apparently making a

profit our margin of profit on the
present rate is so small that unless
all collections are made Tight up to

date we are. unable to finance our

selves. We beg to call your atten attention
tion attention to the fact that it is absolutely

necessary to buy another engine and

generator immediately, to be install

ed in the plant. We are daily receiv receiving
ing receiving applications for street lights
from the dark parts of the city and
applications for new cut-ins from

neW customers, all. of which require

considerable investment. Our super superintendent
intendent superintendent advises ns that on account
i of the increased demand some of the

transformers are overloaded and this

will necessitate placing additional

transformers and the rebuilding of
some of our lines. All of the above
will call for considerable capital,

which, in our judgment, cannot be
sun-nlied by oneratinz1 the plant on

present rates. We recommend, there

fore, that all rates, rules and regula regulations
tions regulations with reference to the electric

! light department be repealed and

:that the following: rates, rules and?

regulations he adopted to be effective

on September 1, that is, covering

electricity consumed during the

month of September.
Rates Rules and Regulations

1300 1714 K. W. H. per month,
3ic. per K. 'W. H.
2000 and up K. W. H. per month,
0 Sc. per K. W. H.
Intermediate consumption not cov covered
ered covered by the above steps will be billed
at amounts not exceeding the mini minimum
mum minimum bill under the next lower rate.
The power rates shall -be subject
to a minimum of $1 per H. P. per
mcnth, on rated capacity of motor,
of motors cf 1 H. P. and over, and
those under 1 H. P. at 50c. per
mcnth each. Where the aggregate
horsepower of the 'motors of one firm
in one location exceeds 50-hp. per

month that the minimum be 50c. per

H. P. per month with a minimum of
$50 for such location.
'No squirrel cage motors over 20
II. P. will be permitted. Any motor
over 20 H. P. must be of slip ring
construction and must bo approved
by the Light and Water Committee

before current will be supplied.

For cooking -and heating current

will be supplied at the Tate of 3 cents
per k. w h., but this rate applies only

When the current is used between ten
p. m. and five p. m. In order to se

cure advantage of either the cooking

and heating or the power rate the
service must -be wired and metered
separate from the lighting current
and all specifications for same must
be approved by the Light and Water
Committee.
No. 1. The city will run its ser

vice wires to a convenient point on
the consumer's premises, but the

consumer will furnish all inside wir

ing .except tor series arc lamps, put

up and maintained in accordance With
the requirements of the Southeastern
Underwriter's Association. All plans
for wiring will be subject to approv approval
al approval of the Light and 'Water Committee
as to location of meter and the en

trance for each building, otherwise
these locations will be subject to
such change, to be made by the con

sumer, as may be determined by the
Light and Water Committe In it3 dis discretion.
cretion. discretion. Xo. 2. All lamps, meters, wires
and other appliances furnished by

the city shall Temain Its property.

3. The consumer will be respon

sible for all damages to, or loss of,

city's property located upon the con

sumer s premises, unless such oe

occasioned by the city's acts.

4. The city's authorized repre representatives
sentatives representatives shall at all reasonable

accuracy sEotjxtrrr

fJarion County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 1882.
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees;
OCALA FTjA.

r -;rFt consideration and especial Attention given to small tract.

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Extension Division; Graduate SchooL
Modern Gymnasium with swimming
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oung women from 49 counties and 12
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TUITION FREE In College and Nor Nor-rnal
rnal Nor-rnal SchooL Board and entrance fees

tor the year $124. For catalogue write
EDWARD CONRADI. President

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
GAINESVILLE

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Ten new brick buildings, besides gym

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TUITION FREE, Board and Entrance
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The rate for illuminating electric

ity for all services per month' shall

be S cents per kilowatt hour hy

meter measurement. Minimum, $1

per month or fraction of a month for
each and every service, a service to

mean each cut-in. The rate for alter

nating current for power between the
hours of 10 n. m. and 5 n. m., and

for these "hours only, shall be as fol

3000 yards beautiful new BEATRICE
CREPE a fast colored printed Crepe,
real value 12 l-2c per yard. Special for
Thursday only,

Newest patterns, best colors, dainty
designs, never before shown over the
retail counter. See Window Display.

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SPECIAL

Extra large and heavy Bed Spread. Size
80x88 inchs, weighs 33-4 pound. It usual usually
ly usually sells for $2.50. Special in this sale
only

AS LONG AS THEY LAST

(Size 9x12 feet)

New patterns stenciled on light ground.

lows:
0 1S4 K. W. H. per month n
GV2C per K. "V. H.
2 00 3 06 X. W. H.' per month. 3
Gc. per K. W. H.
400 54 5 K. V. H. per month, a
5c. per K. W. H.
600720 K. W. H. per month,
5c. per K. AV H.
S00 SSS K. W. H; per month,
44c per K. W.
10001312 K. -W. H. per month,
a 4 c. per K. W. H.

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Mr. B. B. Hare, secretary of the
Fifth Civil Service District, with of offices
fices offices at 204 to 20S Post Office -Building,
Atlanta, announces the follow following
ing following examinations for September:
Entomological Ranger. (Male).
Sept. 2, 1914. Salary $840 to $1200.
Age 18 years and over. Eligibles
will be certified to fill vacancies in
the Bureau of Entomology, Depart Depart-metn
metn Depart-metn of Agriculture, 'for service in
the Rocky Mountains and Pacific
coast states.
Graduate Nurse and Dietitian.
(Female). Sept. 2, 1914. Salary
.$100. Age 20. to 40 years. Eligl Eligl-tbles
tbles Eligl-tbles from this examination will be
certified to fill vacancies in the Unit United
ed United States Public (Health Service, for
duty in the pellagara hospital, Spar Spartanburg,
tanburg, Spartanburg, S. C.
Bookkeeper. (Male). Sept. 2d,
1914. Salary $3.04 per day. Ages
18 years or over. Eligibles from
this examination will be certified to
fill a vacancy in the Charleston, S.
C, navy yard.
Business Principal. (Male). Sept.
2-3. 1914. Salary $1200. Age 20
to -50 years. Eligibles from this ex examination
amination examination will be certified to fill a
vacancy in the Business Department,
Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kans.
Junior Engineer. (Male). Sept.
2-3, 1914. Salary $1200 to $1800.
Ages 20 to 45 years. Eligibles will
be certified to fill vacancy in the Bu Bureau
reau Bureau of Chemsitry, Department of
Agriculture, and other vacancies as
they may occur requiring similar
qualifications. f
Junior Chemist. (Male and Fe
male). Sept. 9-10, 1914. Salary
$1000 to $1740. Ages 20 years or
over. Eligibles from this examina examination
tion examination will certify to fill vacancies in
the Bureau of Chemistry, Bureau of
'Mines, Bureau of Soils, Bureau of
Standards and the vBureau of Animal
Industry.
Clerk, Panama Canal 'Service.
(Male). Sept. 9, 1914. Salary $1200.
Age 20 to 45 years. Information re regarding
garding regarding this examination -may be ob obtained
tained obtained from the Fall Manual.
Junior Engineer Draftsman
(Male).' Sept. 9, 1914. Salary $1800
to $2100. Age IS years and over.
Eligibles will .be certified to fill a va vacancy
cancy vacancy in the Engineer Department
at Large, Wheeling 4 W. Va.
and
other vacancies as they may occur.
Junior Physical Chemist. (Male).
Sept. S, 1914. Salary $1800. Age
25 to 40 years; Eligibles will be cer
tified to fill vacancy in the Bureau of
Chemistry, Department of Agricul Agriculture.
ture. Agriculture. Washington. D. C and other
vacancies as they may occur requir requiring
ing requiring similar qualifications.
Library Catajdguer. Sept. 9, 1914.
Salary $720 to $1000. Age IS to 4.0
vpars. 'Elisibles will be certified to
fill vacancies as they may occur in
the Departmental Service, Washing-

ton; D. C, and vacancies as they may
occur requiring similar qualifica qualifications.
tions. qualifications. Full information may be had
from the Fall Manual.

Expert Radio Aid. (Administra-
tinn and Operation). Sent. 8. 1914.
Salary $10 per day. Age 25 to 40
I
years. t,iigiuies win oe ceninea to
fill a vacancy in the office of the
Superintendent of Radio Service at
the Naval Radio Station, Radio, Va.,
and aoancies as they may occur re requiring
quiring requiring similar qualifications.
Expert Radio Aid. (Male). Sept.
16, 1914. Salary $6 to $8 per day.
Age 28 years or over for the $8 po position
sition position and 26 years for the $6 po position.
sition. position. Eligibles from this examina examination
tion examination will be certified to fill vacancies
in the Navy yards at !New York, N.
r 1 ff 1 V i ? v
Y., 'Boston Mass., Philadelphia, Pa..
Norfolk, Va., Charleston, S. C, and
Puget Sound, Wash., and other va vacancies
cancies vacancies as they may occur requiring
similar qualifications.
District Inspector, Migratory Bird
Law. (Male. Sept. 16, 1914. Salary
$150. Age 20 years or over. Eligi Eligibles
bles Eligibles from this examination will be
certified to fill vacancies in the Bu Bureau
reau Bureau of Biological Survey, Depart
ment of Agriculture, for field service.
and other vacancies as they may oc occur,
cur, occur, requiring similar qualifications.
Statistical Editor. Sept. 16-17,
1914. Salary $1200 to $1400. Age
20 to 4 0 years. Eligibles from this
examination will be certified to fill
a vacancy in the Children's Bureau,
Washington, D. C, and other acan acan-cies
cies acan-cies as they may occur requiring sim similar
ilar similar qualifications.
Railway 'Mail Examination.
(Male). -This'examinatlon will not
be held until the spring of 1915.
Post Office Examinations. Age IS
to 45 ysars, The examinations usual
ly held for first-class offices in No November
vember November of each year, will be held
hereafter in May.
IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE
what Ready-Mixed Paint you buy or
at what price; you pay for the Lin Linseed
seed Linseed Oil it contains at paint price
and have to guess whether It Is Pure
or Adulterated. When you use"
the condition changes, since 2-4-1 is
all paint and is made to stand the ad addition
dition addition of one gallon or more of .Pure
Linseed Oil which YOU BUY YOUR
SELF at oil price the result Is two
gallons Pure Linseed Oil Paint and
in addition, a saving to you of about
one dollar on the transaction.
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How Snakes Move Along.
To watch a snake or a serpent glid gliding
ing gliding smoothly and silently along the
ground is to see cne o: Uie most mar marvelous
velous marvelous things in natural history. In Indeed,
deed, Indeed, the ."wisest u:n v. ho ever lived
confessed that the niodon of a snake
was cne ofthe things that he could
not understand. As a matter of fact,
a snake walks on the ends of its
ribs a very curious use for ribs to be
put to. These ribs are very numer numerous,
ous, numerous, there being cne for each part of
the backbone. ; Each rib is also fixed
to cue of the 'large belly scales. By
tha muscles acting on the rib3, these
scales are moved forward one after
the clljcr, their edges catching the
ground, and ihe result is a rapid glid gliding
ing gliding motion. We notice that the body
always movc3 from side to side in a
wriggling or writhing manner, never
up and down, as is sometimes shown
in pictures. It is the very flexible
backbone that allows of this writhing
movement, and tne structure- of the
bac'bcne also allows of its being
broken easily. v
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of correcting vision where others
fail. 8-26-tf.
Poet's Centenary.
The centenary of the association of
the poet. George Crabbe with ths old
parish church at Trowbridge, England,
of which he was rector for nearly 20
years, is to be celebrated in the town.
Crabbe, who was described by Byron
as "Nature's sternest painter, yet the
best," exchanged a living in Leices Leicestershire
tershire Leicestershire for that at Trowbridge after
the death of his wife in 1S13. and here
he wrote several of his works, includ including
ing including "Tales of the Hall," for which,
and for earlier copj-rigbts, Murray
paid him $15,000. Of these poems
Wordsworth wrote in 1S32: "They will
last full as long as anything expressed
in verse."
A Great Relief.
"Say, old man, you're looking a hun hun-Jred
Jred hun-Jred per cent better than you did a
rear ago." "I was worrying about
my debts then." "All paid now, eh?"
'No; but ttiey have grown so that I
inow there is no use trying to pay
:hem. I tell you it's a great load oft
ny mind."

ORANGE SPRINGS

)
Orange Springs, Aug. 25. -Miss
Bessie Porter, who has been an ef efficient
ficient efficient saleslady for the Earnest -Co.,
In Palatka. visited her old home here
last Friday. Miss Porter has accept accepted
ed accepted a position with Dickinson & Kyle,
of Orlando, and went down last Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Cassels
came up from Fort Myers last Fri Friday.
day. Friday. They were enroute home and
stopped over here for the "picnic and
ball game last Saturday, and return returned
ed returned to Island Grove. They were
guests of the Carlton "House.
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott WTait3, of
Hawthorne, were visitors here Sat
urday and attended the ball game.
Mr. F. S. Rou and Mr. Allen Snel Snel-ling,
ling, Snel-ling, of Lowell, were visitors Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Mrs. C. J. Carlton and sher .bright
little son, Master C. J., left last week
to join Mr. Carlton In Jacksonville.
In which city they will reside. Master I
C. J. made many friends while here
wlio will miss his merry childish
talk.
Mr. W. Wimberly and Mr.
Chester Livingston, who have been
enjoying t,heir vacation here for the
past two weeks, left yesterday, in
Mr. Wimberly's car, for Jacksonville
to resume their work.
Mr. .Harmon Hall, at Pine came
over last Friday and joined Ills fami family,
ly, family, who are spending some time at
the springs.
Mr. H. JI. Cummings, Mrs. Blair
and Mrs. Godlth, of .Rodman, came
over to see the ball game Saturday.
Rodman team played the Orange
Springs club in the forenoon, the
game resulting 10 to 6 in favor of
Rodman.. The afternoon game was
between Rodman and Island Grove.
The score" was 6 to 1 In favor of the
Island Grove club.
Some good looking base ball boys
from the-Welaka team came over to
see the game3.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Pedrick, Mr.
C. L. Minderman, Mrs. Nettie Cran Cran-dall
dall Cran-dall and Mrs. Lipscomb visited Fort
McCoy Sunday.
Miss Gladys Hall, the pretty young
daughter of Mr. J. R. Hall, was a
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Rast at
Honeymoon Lodge last week.
One things to mar the pleasure of
the happy picnic day wa3 the way
some people patronized Orange
Spring's "seeing tigers." No. the
tiger itself Is not blind, Its the good
people who allow It operated. Two
bipeds calling themselves men, took
a child to a "seeing tiger," and
shame, oh shame! the poor little
boy was soon -beyond all conscious consciousness.
ness. consciousness. When things like this happen,
its enough to make women want to
vote, want to fight, want to put out
evil, "Go see what I have seen,"
I saw this child, "and feel what I
have felt." Mr. lEditor, please for forgive
give forgive me for having' an opinion, I
could not help It.
: : :
a jouint-y very mucn out or tne or-
amary is reported from Edmontcn,
Canada, from which pome five men suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in making: an Sou mile automo automobile
bile automobile trip to :jco Hiver Crossing cn
or near Lrr-.r ?!avt L:ku, a district
usually resided sub-arctic, and
certainly viiiu country so far as
autcmcbJIe travel ccncirncd. A
phctcgr2; 're- Edmcntcn thows the
five men ftehi-7 in good eld' Hudscn
bay tyii nircu the ice of Leaser
Slavo lake, v. 1.1: cie automobile in the
near diKtni.cu. Ccuriaib da bcls usu usually
ally usually er.jrrg-j in the Utter operation to
get C:h f?.r thr-r-!ve3 and their dogs,
but the- autoiucb.1 5 never starves as
long as the fuf.l Lqld3 out. The jour journey
ney journey rrcl--LIy v. s. u not dif2cult, fcr the
trail u-Ltu:y bus been broken.
Still it is rather cttrtllsg to think of
an autcmcl rr.niJng up almost into
the, wood JrilTalo rnd musk-ox coun country,
try, country, but not mere indicative of mod modern
ern modern prcrtto iLau the rumor that
reaches us. of rtgulaticno to be laid
down-by iLc feavcriiment relative to
the crossing c the treat Mississippi
migrator;- bird c j'. by
Forest ar.! '-r
aeroplanes
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Chatterton's brilliant gray eyes
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Under .strong excitement one ap appeared
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and one could see his soul through
It" Barrett "never saw such eyes,
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THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20. 1914

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

i SOME STATISTICS

OF OUR STATE

florida title and abstract corporation

ocala, ffa.

(SETT

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the fpM: ; :

How Many People Follow Agricul

tural Occupations in Florida
Washington, Aug. 2G. There

322,087 persons in Florida that work
for a living and 139.782 of them are
employed upon the farm, according
to a report that bas just been issued
by the United States Census Bureau.
Of the persons engaged in agricul agricultural
tural agricultural pursuits, the bulk of them are
farm operators and farm laborers.
The farm operators number 42,188
and 39,619 are men and 2,569 are
women. There are 78,784 farm la laborers
borers laborers in the state and 56,237 are
males and 22,547 females.
There are 166 dairy farmers in the
state and they employ 243 laborers

and four foremen. There are also
237 persons in the state whose prin principal
cipal principal source of income i3 from stock stock-raising.
raising. stock-raising. The number of cowboys and
sheep herders in this state is 109.
In the entire United States there
are 71,580,270 persons over 10 years

of the metropolis. River walls and
driveways, flower beds and shady shady-promenades
promenades shady-promenades now grace the landings of
the more progressive river cities in
Missouri and Illinois.
Cape Girardeau has announced that
It proposes to surpass even the Mound
city for a beautiful levee. That an ancient
cient ancient city sits on a hill blessed with
natural beauty, and the union of two

" slopes, one from the north and one

are i from the soutn. iorm a picturesque

water front.
But Cape Girardeau isn't satisfied
with natural beauty alone. It is go going
ing going to improve on nature. Promenades
and driveways will run the full length
of the city along the river, and sand
wiched between them will be flower
beds more than a mile long. It is
said that Cape Girardeau will have one
of the finest and probably the prettiest
river front along the Mississippi. St.
Louis Republic. v

COUNTRY TOWNS ARE NEEDED

it

Is of Mutual Benefit for Farmers
and Tradesmen to Stimulate
Home Trade.

The local merchant is not only a
necessity, but a benefit to his commu community.
nity. community. If there were no country towns
and no country merchants the whole
fabric of our system of trade In the
agricultural states would be changed.

of age, and 38,167,336, or 53 per n WOuld be Inconvenient for farmers

to send to distant points. for every everything
thing everything needed and would, on the other
hand, be impossible for them to do
efficient long-range marketing of their
produce.
Town property and adjoining farm
lands are increased in value through
the prosperous extension of town trade
and the building up of towns in cen centers
ters centers of thriving sections. It is there therefore
fore therefore of Joint benefit for farmers and
tradesmen to work together for the
stimulation of home trade.
Farmers cannot be expected to pat patronize
ronize patronize home trade from motives of
sentiment only. If they can get better
service, including, personal inspection
of the goods before buying and the

$1.23 guarantee to replace them or correct

imperfections, they will find it more

it, rvvTiHnontni TTnttwi ,Sfn there sausiactory man tne aiiegea aavan-

o-r 5 7 AS unn nrros TvlantAfi to this Ui uuus ua iuc tuunuguw uuubea.

product and this year s production Artificial Silk.

is estimated at 360,614,000 bushels Much artificial silk Is made from
(by the federal department of agricul- cotton or pine wood pulp completely

cent, of this number are engaged in
gainful occupations. Of the gainful gainfully
ly gainfully occupied, 12,659,203, or 33 per
cent, are engaged in agriculture.
There are 5,865,000 farm operators
in the -nation and they employ 5, 5,-975,000
975,000 5,-975,000 laborers.
The Florida Potato Patch
The Florida Irish potato patch
contains 13,00 acres this year and
the total production will be approxi approximately
mately approximately 1,149,000 bushels, according
to estimates made today by the Unit United
ed United States crop reporting board. The

condition of the crop is S3 per cent,
normal and at the price at the pres

ent time Is averaging around

per bushel.

ture. This year's crop will exceed the
average crop of the past five years
by approximately 4,000,000 bushels.
The nation's production last year was
331,525,000 bushels, was produced
on 3,668,000 acres of land and sold
for $227,903,000 or on an average
of 90 cents per ibushel.
Florida's Commercial Schools and
Business Colleges
A report issued today jby the feder federal
al federal (bureau of education shows that

there are three schools and business

colleges in Florida. The 1913

rollment was 1,048 pupils. It is es estimated
timated estimated that more than half this

number completed commercial cours

es and a large number are now em

ployed in Florida business institu

tions.

In the entire nation there are 618

business colleges and commercial

dissolved. This forms a slightly viscid
fluid which Is pressed through fine
holes. The strands coming from these
holes, after being solidified and, pur
fled, have an appearance very similar
to genuine silk, but they are solid in instead
stead instead of hollow, about one-eighth as
strong as real silk and very much
weaker when wet. There are several
different kinds made by different proc processes,
esses, processes, but none of them are as strong
or as durable as genuine silk and none
will endure heat and moisture as well
as real silk. Most of them would be
ruined by moistening them and at

en7- tempting to press them with a hot

Iron.

Earl'est Record of Eclipse.
The earliest record of an eclipse
was that of the sua. observed by the
Chines, B. C. 2158. The first record
of an eclipse approaching any deflnite deflnite-ness
ness deflnite-ness of account was the Nineveh
eclipse B. C. 763. The most no'table

schools and they accommodate 160,- eclipse recorded in history was that

557 students annually. This is an 0f the sun at the time of the battle
m -a m A S I

average annual attendance or oufDetween the L.ydlans and Medes, May

pupils per school. 28, B. C. 585. The battle was sus

pended and peace was made through

WARNING TO AMERICAN LIFE important eclipse, however, in the his

tory of mankind occurred in A. D.

Seen in Congestion, Ugliness and Dis Discomforts
comforts Discomforts of the Average Eng English
lish English City.i

If the English city presents in its
congestion, Its,, ugliness, its discom discomforts,
forts, discomforts, a horrible warning to Ameri American
can American life, experiments like that at

Hampstead present a hope and an in- j beginning

spiration and a way of avoiding tne named.

urban evils which followed in England
the mad deluge of the industrial revo revolution.
lution. revolution. For the chief value of build building
ing building beauty into the collective life
of a city is that thus the ideas and
principles which animate that beauty
are given the most effective and dra dramatic
matic dramatic form. Every one can feel the
charm of open spaces, of effective visr
tas and the harmonious grouping of
buildings; a village like Hampstead
attracts immediate and widespread at attention,
tention, attention, and becomes the leaven which
leavens a broad lump. Though It Is

This book Will be mailed, postage prepaid, tO any ad- tne external form and not the Inner

spirit aim mouve wnicu are uemg

of Poignant Appeal. A drama of
human suffering. A wonderful story
of splendid, single-handed victory
over countless difficulties.

Over 650 Finely Illustrated
Pages of Interesting Reading

840, and which caused- the death of
Emperor Louis. The three sons
promptly engaged In a war among
themselves. The war lasted three
years and ended with the treaty of
Verdun, whereby France, Italy and
Germany were carved out of Charle Charlemagne's
magne's Charlemagne's vast empire. This was the

of the three countries

HOW TO CURE A SPRAIN

SOUTH MUST RAISE

ITS 01 SUPPLIES

A sprain may be cured In about
one-third of the time required by the
usual treatment by applying Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Liniment and observing
the directions with each bottle. For
sale by all dealers. Adv.

O M

Millions of Wood Screws Used.
It has been estimated that 4,708,000, 4,708,000,-000
000 4,708,000,-000 wood screws are used in the
United ptt o"-

Itlanta will Entertain a Kiir Food

Crop Congres Early in
October
Atlanta, Aug. 26. The Georgia

chamber of commerce is arrangine

to bold a big meeting in Atlanta 4n

the early part of October, which will

be known as the Southeastern Food

Crop Conference. The object of the

conference will be to secure the

growing of a larger amount of all
foodstuffs, both for men and animals,

n the cotton producing states of the

southeast. At the same lime .the

cotton states lying west of the Miss

issippi will be requested to hold a

similar confernece in some suitably

ocated city within easy reach of

their territory.

The plans, as outlined by the state

chamber, call for between 500 and

600 delegates. The commissioner of

agriculture in each state will be re

quested to appoint a delegate from

each county in his state, with alter alternate
nate alternate delegates in case of inability to

attend on part of the first one nam

ed. These men will be selected bv

reason of their influence among the

farmers of their -home counties.

The importance of raising suffic

ient 'foodstuffs so that the southeast
will not have to import any next

year -will be earnestly 'Impressed upon

the meeting. Since the coming of
the European war, the entire South

is getting an object lesson on the
foolishness of depending too much
i

on any one crop, no matter how

strong that crop may be. It is neces necessary
sary necessary that every county shall grow at
least enough to feed itself next year.

It is impossible to say bow long this

war may last. Earl Kitchener, the

British minister of war, who is prob

ably the most reliable source of in

formation, states that it will extend
over a period of eighteen months. It

will mean two crops for us. It Is Im

perative that the South shall be abso absolutely
lutely absolutely Independent of outside sources

of supply for -the next year. Then,

no matter what price cotton may

bring, we shall be immune from the
effects of high prices for foodstuffs

In other parts of the world. The
South can do it. Before the civil war
it was practically an unknown thing

for a Southerner to buy any meats,

grains or other staple foods from

anywhere outside the South.

The date of the conference will

probably be October 5, and 6. It is

possible that it will be found ad visa

ble to change these dates a little, but

It -will be held at about that time, In
order that the effect may be felt 'be 'before
fore 'before the fall crops of small grains
are planted. The meetings will follow
the same general plan of those dur during
ing during the boll weavil campaign last
year, when diversity of crops was so
strongly urged. They will be inspir inspirational
ational inspirational In character. At the close,
each delegate will be asked to per personally
sonally personally undertake to create an effect effective
ive effective organization In bis home county.
These local organizations will make
a .personal canvas of all farmers and
secure their promise to plant largely

increased acreage in food stuffs for

next year.

In order to make a campaign of

this nature 'bring results it is essen

tial that It be made wide enough to

cover all the cotton growing states.

The Georgia state chamber of com

merce in undertaking to call the con

ference is doing a work for the entire

South that compels the heartiest co

operation from every individual who

calls himself a son of Dixie.

Careful plans are being made to
insure the attendance of at least one
delegate from each county in each
state affected. Therefore the effect

will be such as to turn the present

war scare into a blessing and to set a

date from which to mark the pros

perity of the Greater South.

Plants, but they improve from year year-to
to year-to year, and It Is an excellent cop-
rective to have things of this more
leisurely class about the place.
California privet Is the hedge gen generally
erally generally chosen for nrartlral n It

I has much to endear It to the gardener.

grow rapidly and can be
clipped as much as you please. Few
If any pests have a fondness for the

California privet, and it holds its
greenness well through the season.
The main objection Is that it Is too
common; and It is well to remember,
too, that one curse of small gardens
In this country Is that they are too
formal. California privet will add to
that formality.

Other varieties of the privet hedgo
have been much used. too. There is a
hardy Sheridan sort that has many
excellent qualities of resistance, and
attractive appearance. Box Is not to
be recommended to the average gar gardener
dener gardener in this region.
Evergreen hedges are a good choice
as a rule. Hemlock, arbor vitae and
Norway spruce are three standard se selections.
lections. selections. Arbor vitae, once universal,
has now lost much of its popularity
to hemlock. Norway spruce may bo bo-made
made bo-made Into an attractive hedge.
There are other hedges of extra extraordinary
ordinary extraordinary grace and beauty. The Jap Japanese
anese Japanese barberry is one. Both leaf and
stem of this plant are graceful and
delicate, and the conformation of the
plant Is pleasing. The red berries
stay, on through the winter.
The rosa rugosa makes a splendid
hedge, but one should be wary of
planting It on too small a space. It
is best to, keep the proportions in gar gardens
dens gardens as well as In architecture.
There are many other hedge possibili possibilities
ties possibilities lilac, spiraeas, honeysuckle,
cedar. New York Post.

LIGHTING OF OUR STREETS

ress in the United States, to Star subscribers, upon- ad-

ance oavment as follows:
Evening Star 1 year and "My Attainment of the
Pole,"- L
Evening Star 6 months and "My Attainment
' of the Pole" : . ....

Weekly Star 1 year and .'"My Attainment of the

Pole"
Fill Out and Mail:

$5.00
$2.75

!.$2.00

, .. ..........1914
The Oala Star, Ocala, Fla.
Sirs: Enclosed find for which send
the ..Star for .........and "My Attainment of the
Pole," as per your combined offer.
Name
Street or Route No.
9
Po3t Office
' V ".'-.-'State.... -. ...

are

copied already in the countryside
about the village are to be seen the
inspiration of the model; new build building
ing building estates are being developed in the
frankest imitation of the Hampstead

principles, while pioneer rows of un un-regenerated
regenerated un-regenerated brick villas stand tenant tenant-less,
less, tenant-less, unable to compete with the new
idea. And if a village composed on
these principles can permeate its own

vicinity so quickly and so complete completely,
ly, completely, it almost guarantees itself as a
model and inspiration for the build builders
ers builders of the cities which men of the
twentieth century will find fit to live
in. Randolph S. Bourne, 1n the Atlantic.

The New Baby
is World's Wonder
Every tiny infant makes life's per perspective
spective perspective wider and brighter. And what whatever
ever whatever there is to en

hance its arrival and
to ease and comfort
the expectant mother
should be given at attention.
tention. attention. Among the
real helpful things
Is an external ab abdominal
dominal abdominal application
known as "Mother's
Friend." It i3 so
well thought of by

drug stores through

women that most

LINE RIVER WITH BEAUTY

Cities Along the Mississippi Are Build Building
ing Building Attractive Water
Fronts.

out the United States carry "Mother's
Friend" as one of their staple and reli reliable
able reliable remedies. It is applied to the
abdominal muscles to relieve the strain
on ligaments and tendons.
In a little book are described more
fully the many reasons -why "Mother's
Friend' has been a friend Indeed to
women for more than two generations.
This book was prepared not only to aid
the inexperienced but to enable so many

values inai line tne uanKs 01 uic .u- sug&estIona and helps in concise and
sissippi, all the way from Keokuk to neatly printed form for ready reference reference-Memphis,
Memphis, reference-Memphis, are "running a race" to out- It should be In all homes. "Mother's
do each other .n beautifying the water TtoTto&TnZ
fronts. rect and also write for book to Bradfleld
The river terminal of the small city Regulator Co., 303 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta,
today are not even surnassed by those Georgia,

Rapid Change In Respect to Mluml Mluml-nants
nants Mluml-nants Throws Municipal Engineers
Into Quandary.

Municipal engineers who find them themselves
selves themselves confronted with the renewal
of city lighting contracts are just now
in somewhat of a quandary. A rapid
and extensive change Is going on with
respect to Illuminants, and it bringa
with, It the possibility of extremely
radical changes In street lighting. For
the first time there Is now available
a highly efficient lamp of a thoroughly
practical character in units of mod moderate
erate moderate size. The tungsten lamp as used
In the last few years Is an excellent
small unit, but not for a moment com comparable
parable comparable In efficiency, that is in candle candle-power
power candle-power per dollar, with the modern
arcs which came Into use about tho
same time. At the present the nitro nitrogen
gen nitrogen lamp is beginning rapidly to push,
out the older tungsten form of In Incandescent
candescent Incandescent and will probably end by
displacing as well all except the high-

er grade or arc iignung. engineer engineering
ing engineering Record.

N Decadence, of VIHiget. b
The typical American" village, from

New York to New Mexico, is often

waptlng In civic spirit. That fact la
writ large upon its face. It has one

focus of Interest In the school and

half a dozen in the churches and

lodges. Dut It lacks the solidarity

that would manifest itself in a genu genuine
ine genuine village pride. A population small

enough to be really a unit and perma permanent
nent permanent enough to strike its roots deep.

yet does not organize Itself This t t

not true of the towns of New Eng

land, which 50 years ago looked after
their lyceums, their commons, shade
trees and white palings. But the

dreariness of most western, Atlantic

and southern villages testifies to the

rule; they bear an unkempt aspect
which, as William Allen White wrote,
requires the touch of twilight to give

it kindliness.

The change must follow upon the

birth of a new social spirit in the vil

lage Itself. Wherever In the future
we have a beautiful center we may

be sure a set of social minded peo-

pie has been created.

OPEN DAY AXD NIGHT

HEDGES FOR THE GARDEN

Thev Protect the Yard. Mark Boun-

daries, Hide Ugly Spot and Serve
Many Useful Purposes.

Hedges, if you have place for them.

serve at once the uses of utility and

beauty. They protect your yard, help

you out In many ways, such as mark

lng boundaries, hiding ugly sights or
guarding beds of tender things from

blustery winds, and they add to the

appearance of your garden.- In older
times there is reason to believe that

the protective feature of hedges com

mended them chiefly to landowners.

keeDlnz out cattle, and even men.

There are a great many hedges In the

country which were nlanted and

trained with that purpose.

Think for a minute of the places
where you could use a hedge. It can

mark off the boundary between front

yard and back; can mark off the

limits ofj a vegetable garden, and pro

tect it. too; it can niae a oounaary

fence, If you wish, and make it

thing of beauty; it can be used as a

background for a border of flowers.

Hedges are of slower growth than

the averae thlncs the gardener

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot

corner. Meals a la carte and luncnes

at any hour. Adv.

St.

"I think that heavy lift lift-my
my lift-my kidneys to become

FACT
Ixcal Evidence
Evidence that can be verified.
Fact Is -what we wnt.
Opinion is not enough.
Opinions differ.
Her's an Ocala fact.
You can test it.
C. F. Hayes, TO 3 S. Orange

Ocala says:
lng caused

weakened. I suffered greatly irom

severe pains in my back and I was of often
ten often so stiff and lame that I could

hardly work. I also had too frequent

severe headaches. A friend told me

about Doan's Kidney Pills and I be

gan using them. I am very glad that

I did so for they gave me more relief

than all the other medicines I had
taken put together. I have had no
occasion to ake any kidney medicine
since, as the cure has been perma permanent.
nent. permanent. The statement that I gave be before
fore before praising Doan's Kidney PI113
holds good."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that 3Ir. Hays had. Foster-MUburn.
Co., Props.i Buffalo, N. Y. Adv



dGflT

THE OCALA ETE20XG STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26. 1014

OCALA OCCURRENCES

v
t

Band concert Friday evening.

Royal Arch meets Friday night.'

Woodmen meet Friday evening.

Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf

If
call.

you need hardware,
Ocala Seed Store.

give up a
8-18-tf

Subscribe for
The Murray Co

your magazines at
8-20-3t

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

Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. S-22-tf

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

Mr. D. S. Woolrow is a business
visitor to Jacksonville today.

Ask about those POLO
Rivers'. The very latest
out.

ties at
thing
8-22-3t

A good many of the' schools of the
county will open next Monday morning.

Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear,' Xose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
. . i
Mr. A. F. Joyner, the efficient
manager of the Postal, after a week's
rest, is again at his post.

EIRST CAR OF BEER

Mr. John T. Moore received today
his first carload of Pabst's Blue Rib Ribbon
bon Ribbon beer, "the Beer of Quality."

Mr. S. M. Lummus, thaBanner's

efficient linotype ,orafo,. -who had !, Y' Sr wheat sold

to go to the hospital for an opera

tion, was able tcTreturn home today,
and will soon be at work again.

ItESPEFOR-EXPERIEXCE

Mr. L. H. Pillans, manager of the
Smith Grocery Co., is in the eastern
part of the county taking a few days'
rest.

Mr. (Edward T. Helvenston ivill
leave on the evening of Sept. 1st for
New York, where he will 'buy the
fall and wJ-"ter goods for his dry
goods store. Mr. Helvenston expects
to "be away for ten days.

Rev. O. iE. Rice, a student of
Southern College, Sutherland, and a
prominent Epworth Leaguer, is in
the city in the interest of the college.

'Prof. Cassels, of Gainesville, the
new principal of the Ocala High
School, has leased Mr. McKenzie's
"residence in the second ward and will
move his family to Ocala in a week
or two. Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie will
occupy a smaller cottage owned by
them.

Dr. R. D. Fuller, who had to

the 'hospital

a few days ago, to hav

Mr.;

retjlxn

-7 V I

in 1

1-

go tK

1

an operation performed on his foot,

was able to

vvijl soon be

home today, anc

is office again.

moving

and MrVTlV7T!ondon are

from .Mrs. Mary Eaglefns

tfiouso on Oklawaha avenue to the
Brown cottage, next door to Mrs.
AVhetstone's in the second ward. Mrs.
Dagleton and daughter will move
into the house vacated by Mr. Condon.

' Roy Galloway, one of the smartest
baseball 'boys in the state, who is
now with the St. Petersburg team, is
in the city, visiting his relatives and
friend.

TP3 'j f
i lie to One

Odds Not Bad,
Are They?
Would you not take a chace
of five to one? Especially where
you got FULL VALUE for every
:D0LLAR spent, then a chance of
five to one to win a hundred dol dollars?
lars? dollars? Well, that is just what I am
Offering.
FIVE CHOICE LOTS $100
EACH.
And a big Bargain at the Price
Marion Heights
$100 EACH; $10 Down and $10
A MONTH.
Each without interest.
There is a sixth Lot, who gets it?
One of you five do. When -the
five are sold the purchasers Will
draw for the sixth $100 Lot
One of you five will get it FREE.
TALK TO ME QUICK, for they
will not last a week.
JAMES ENGESSER
PHOXE 491, OR 37.
Ocala, Florida

(By the State Board of 'Health)
Every man is a law unto himself
until he feels, appreciates or has
forced upon him the necessity of a
higher authority.
A trespassing upon his legal rights
brings an appeal to the courts. In
his health and physical vigor he dis disregards
regards disregards the laws of hygiene, 'but
when sickness threatens, he sends
for the doctor in a hurry. And the
idea occurs: Why doesn't he ward
off emergencies by (having in mind
always the fact that transgression
of established laws are quite likely
to bring punishment?
Most of us have to learn 'by experi experience,
ence, experience, our own, because we are un unwilling
willing unwilling to profit "by the experience of
others. It is a slower process and
much more expensive and in the
end we have to come to it anyway.

In times of peace' prepare for
trouble. We cannot all be specialists
in all directions. Life is too short.
In our extremes we turn to those
who know more than we in those
lines in -which we are Ignorant. Then
Why 'don't we turn -before our neces necessity
sity necessity forces us to it?
The affairs of Florida's board of

'health are directed liy skilled work workers.
ers. workers. That they are men of experi experience
ence experience is proven by the fact that they
fill these places of responsibility and
have filled them thru long years.
It is proved also by the record of the
board since its organization in 1889.
This record 'has won the comment

by the board of health officers of a
neighboring commonwealth that
Florida's 'board of health is the only
one wcrthy of the name in the
Southern states. It is only the unin uninformed
formed uninformed who 'belittle its accomplish

ments.
Yet this record and the experience
that has made it possible, are some sometimes
times sometimes attacked or ignored or 'belit 'belittled,
tled, 'belittled, probably for the reason that the
critics are ignorant of the far-reaching
plans by which the board safe safeguards
guards safeguards the public health. These
critics are not specialists in 'health
matter.
Florida's health toard occupies a
position unique in all the states, par particularly
ticularly particularly in its Telati'ons to the Unit United
ed United States Public 'Health Service,
When, in 1901, Florida's quarantine
stations were ceded to the control of
the federal government, it was. with

the provision that the -state health

officer should become supervisor of

the, stations and the advisor of the

puduc neartn service in tneir 'man

agement. Being in close touch -with

the conditions In this state, he be

came, and remains, in effect the ex

ecutive officer of this service in Flori-

da, because in the dozen years or
more his counsel and advice have in invariably
variably invariably become the governing rule.
In this way and by reason 'of this
close intimacy between the state and
the United States health authorities,
working in harmony, Florida of, all
the states is the 'best equipped by ex experience
perience experience and weight of authority, to
combat the emergencies of threaten threatened
ed threatened epidemic and to ward off such
danger from foreign sources.

The position of Florida's board
-
during the present summer, when
plague has menaced the state, has
been in accord with the 'highest med medical
ical medical authority and experience in the
world. The urgent advice that sea seaports
ports seaports and inland cities of the state
should take every precaution against
the invasion of the -plague, has been
backed by this authority. It has de declared
clared declared the situation not alarming,
'but serious and has urged precau precautions
tions precautions accordingly. It has earnestly
recommended these measures not as
an absolute prevention of plague, but
as decidedly towards diminishing of
the chances of its reaching 'Florida.
In this position the "board has had
the almost, unanimous support of
the Florida press, but this support of

these policies has been marred by an
occasional belittling of these efforts,
which has had the moral effect of di direct
rect direct opposition.
If Florida's newspapers do not
give the heartiest support of the

work and methods of the board, in
its work for the state, its efficiency
must be lessened, and the progress

of the state
slackened.

THE MARKETS

OX FALIj-

XAVAL STOKES KEEP

IXG
New York, Aug. 2 C Turpentine,
42 to 33. Rosin unchanged.
"WHEAT. KEEPS OX RISING

KAISEI) THE KATE

(Continued from Page Five)

Chicago, Aug. 26. There

seusaxionai advance in the

was

pnce

a

of

: :
MAY HAVE KUX THEM
THRU A SAUSAGE 3111,1,
Innes and His Wife, Under Suspicion
of Murder of Xelnis Girls, Taken
to San Antonio
Eugene, Ore., Ang. 26. Mr. and
Mrs. Victor Innes, charged with the
murder of Mrs. Eloise Dennis and
Miss 'Beatrice CCelms, left here yes yesterday
terday yesterday for San Antonio, Texas, "in
charge of a Texas deputy sheriff.
Accompanying the prisoners is a'
gruesome bit of evidence in the form
ofva large meat grinder -being taken
to Texas in an effort to prove that
it was used in disposing of the bodies
of the murdered women.

ALL AUSTRIAN'S DRIVEN OUT

beenis Like the Invasion of Servia

Was a .Very Unprofitable
Speculation

London, Aug. 26. The French
embassy announced today that all

Austrian troops had been driven from

(Servian territory.
Sixty Thousand Men Killed, Wound Wounded
ed Wounded or Missing
INish, Aug. 26. Out of the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian army invading Servia, 15,000
were killed, 30,000 wounded, and

1 15,000 taken prisoners.

The fighting was along the iRiver

Drina. The remnants of tho ,Ans

trian forces retreated into Austria.

TROUBLE FOR TALIAFERRO

Tampa Banker Under Arrest in New
Hampshire Recause his Car
Killed a Woman
Bethlehem, X. H., Aug. 26. T. C.
Taliaferro, president of the Tampa.
Florida, First (National Bank, whose

car killed .Miss Mary Burrowes. a

New York landscape artist, and in injured
jured injured her sister, Mrs. Amanda Van Van-brakle
brakle Van-brakle of Washington, D. C, in one
of the worst auto accidents ever re recorded
corded recorded in the White Mountains, was
arrested yesterday in connection
with the killing of the New York wo woman
man woman and held in $20,000 bail for his
appearance in court at a future date.
Mr. Taliaferro secured bail with without
out without difficulty and is ouartered at the
Bethlehem hotel, where he has been
staying, for the last three of four
week.

FRE DERICK'S WOUNDS
WERE IN FRONT
Berlin, Aug. 26. It is officially
announced that Lieut. General Prince
Frederick of Saxe-Meiningen was
killed at iXamur Sunday by a 'burst 'bursting
ing 'bursting shell.

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

Six copies of
at Lansford's.

sheet music

for 15 c.
' 8-22-tf

For one week only. Cadet Choco Chocolates
lates Chocolates 35 cents for one full pound, at
Gerig's Drugstores.

Earl'est Record of Eclipsed
The earliest record cf an eclipse
va.s that of the observed by the
Chinese, B. C. 2158. The firU record
of an eclipse approaching any definite definite-ness
ness definite-ness of account was the Nineveh
eclipse B. C. 763. The most notable
eclipse recorded in history was that

of the sun at the time of the battle
between the Lydians and Medes, May

28, B. C. CSS. The battle was sus suspended
pended suspended and peace was made through

the good offices of Thales. The most
important eclipse, however, in the his history
tory history of mankind occurred in A. D.
840, and which caused the death of

Empercr Louis. The three sons

promptly engaged in a war among
themselves. The war lasted three
years and ended with the treaty of
Verdun, whereby France, Italy and

Germany wera carved out of Charle Charlemagne's
magne's Charlemagne's vast empire. This was the
beginning of the three countries
named.

REGISTRATION NOTICE

in sanitation is greatly

I

Flower pots and jardiniers in all
sizes at Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf

The registration hnnlr for district

Nor. l, (Ocala), will be open on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday cf each

weeK irom the 1st Monday In August
till the second Saturday In October.
1914. In all other districts two davs ill

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 thf
first time in Marion county, though
they may have voted in the primary
cannot vote in the November electior
unless they register again prior to th-'
second Saturday In October.
7-23-6 wks dly D. M. BAR CO.
Supervisor Registration Marion C-

times during the continuance of this
service have free right of access to
the consumer's premises, for the ex examination,
amination, examination, removal and repair of any

I of its property, or for any other pur

pose conencted with its business.
Meter readers must be allowed acc?s3
to the meter each month to obtain
the regular monthly reading.
5. The "City reserves the right to
shut off the supply of current with without
out without notice for any of the following
reasons: For repairs; for want of
supply; for non-payment of -bill when
due; for fraudulent representation in
relation to consumption of current;
for any violation of this agreement;
on account of riots, strikes, insurrec insurrections,
tions, insurrections, municipal authority, acts of
God or of the public enemy.
C. Consumers are not permitted
to use the current for any purpose
nor in any place nor at any time ex except
cept except as specified in this agreement
and the consumer will be 'held re responsible
sponsible responsible for any damage occurring
to any- transformer, or other ap appliance
pliance appliance of the city, by reason of the
use of more or larger lamps, or in
any way increasing the designated
service without first obtaining per permission
mission permission from the light and water
committee for such increase.

7. In case of unsatisfactory light
or service, written notice should be
sent at -once to the light and water
committee. Inspectors, agents or em employees
ployees employees of the city are expressly for forbidden
bidden forbidden to demand or accept any com compensation
pensation compensation for service rendered.
,8. Meter readings will be taken
for a period of thirty days, and bills
will 'be rendered on the day following
meter readings, or as soon thereafter
as possible. Bills must be paid to
the city clerk on or before the 10th j

of the month, or the service will be
subject to discontinuance, withoat
further notice, and a charge of $1 for
cutting out and reconnecting the

wires will be made.

a. The city will furnish- free of

charge the necessary recording watt
meters for the installation or the

wiimu specinea service; out, con

sumers will be subject to a deposit,
- J A. A .

aeiJtuueui up-on xne amount or ser

vice to .be used, erf not less than $2

ror residence purposes and not less

than $5 for business, as a guaranty

of compliance with these rules, which

amount will be returned to the con

sumer upon the termination of the
service and the payment of all -obli

gations arising hereunder. The
amount of the deposit is to be based
upon the -probable consumption of

the consumer for a period of -forty

days and is to be determined ac

cording to the best judgment of the

light and water committee.

10. This agreement shall become

operative on the day the consumer

Is connected to the city's -service for

the purpose of taking electricity

?reunder, and shall continue there-

after until written notice is given by

either party of a desire to terminate

it. It is not transferable.

11. iXo claims will be allowed for

discontinuance of service unless im

mediate notice in writing is left at

the office of the city clerk.

12. The city does not guarantee
a' continuous or uninterrupted ser service,
vice, service, and if at any time the current
is interrupted, the only liability of
the city shall be a reduction of the
monthly charge proportionate to the
duration of the interruption.
13. The city reserves the right
to amend these rules through the

action of the city council and such
amendments shall become operative
after thirty days' notice is given to
present consumers.
We request that you authorize
your light and water committee to
purchase and install a new or second
hand engine and generator in our

present plant Immediately, at a cost

not to exceed So, 000. The capacity
of said generator to be not more
than 150 K. V:A. Your committee
feels that in order to give the citi citizens
zens citizens the proper service to extend the
lighting of the city and to take care
of these extraordinary expenses it is
absolutely necessary that you adopt
the rates which we have recommend recommended,
ed, recommended, and, we do not think that it
would be fair to the tax payers of
this city or that it would be business businesslike
like businesslike to attempt to operate the plant
longer at the present rates,
' We also recommend that the Mar Mar-Ion
Ion Mar-Ion County Hospital and the Marlon

County Board of Trade be supplied

with electricity free of charge, be beginning
ginning beginning September 1st.
Respectfully submitted,
M. J. Hoess,

W. A. Knight,
G .A. Carmlchael,
Light and Water Committee.

The wars have caused prices to

soar upward every wh ere except at
Carter's Bakery, where you get the
BIG LOAF of bread for o cents just
as you -did before the wars be begun.
gun. begun. . 8-26-tf

Moose meet tomorrow evening.

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Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West.

Post Box 518.. Local or
Long Distance .Phone, 293

MOORE'S MAIL ORDER MOUSE
'Johnny's Place"
I AM now in business for myself. Conducting a High CTas re retail
tail retail bar and Mail Order Hiuse. I can give you the besthere
is, and as much as any cnexele in business fervour mcney. Set-en-teen
years in the business has' taught me what the p.'blic waste,
and, I an supplying that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OF (I0O1IS A.I) PRICES

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Good Old 6G ProDf Rve,
Corn or Gin, In lots of 2 gal gal-Ions
Ions gal-Ions or more, ( CO
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Grod Old SO Proof Rye.
C;rn or Gin, in lets of 2 gal-

lens or more,
at per gallon.

$2.00

Good Old 70 Proof Rye.
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal gallons
lons gallons or more, Q
at per gallon. P X O

Hemeniber that we will fill
ar:y order you sent us and
meet the price of any -other
legitimate house.

In Glass Jurs, Packed in two One Gallon Jugs if you prefer
Make my place your headquarters while' In the city. You will be
welcome and be treated right at all times and on every transac transaction
tion transaction at "Johnny's Ilace."
The FIXEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KiXDS of it in bot bottles
tles bottles and'on draft.
JOHN T. M00ME9
CCAL S FLORIDA

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Official Distributors
A fitting climax to the opening of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal will come with the great Exposition
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:
"How shall we put this booklet into the hands of in intelligent
telligent intelligent people eveywherc?,
The problem was as big as the world's map. Various
methods were considered and discarded.'
Final judgment pointed to this most nnnrnnriaf and

logical way: The Remington Typewriter Company was
selected as the official distributor. Why?
Because the Remington Typewriter Company is
known wherever men communicate with each other in
written language.
Because the 658 Remington offices which dot the
earth, are supply stations for the most remote points in
the two hemispheres.
To indicate further its belief in the Remington Type Typewriter,
writer, Typewriter, the Exposition management will type attits official
letters on Remington machines. For the use of visitors,
hundreds of Remingtons will be installed in the Exposition
grounds.
You will do well to get a copy of this beautifuT booklet
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position, Exposition, we are now distributing free.
Call at our local office and we shall be glad to give you
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