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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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CTQR10US GE1181LD ALLIED ARMIES

URDEROUS PRDGflAM BEING

BY THE KAISER S TREMENDOUS WAR FilACHIHE

Paris, Aug. 29.- Like a titantic
ce, German armies are sweeping
he allied forces and the French
ght and left, wings before them and
e steadily forcing them back to-
ard (Paris. It was admitted today
iat the left wing "had fbeen with-
rawn from the Belgian frontier to
lie 'River Amiens, 'which is only 70
JADE A BRAVE STAND ALONG
THE MEURTH
The right wing of the (French
rmy has unade a Ibrilliant stand for
vo -days along the 'River Meurth,
ear 'Ram'bervlllers, in the kiepart-
ent of Vosges. The conflict con-
nties today. Many fFreneh 'gunners
re "dropping, exhausted, beside their
annon.
T IS A BATTLE OF ENDURANCE
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It is evident the Germans intend
strike the French capital from the
orth. The (gigantic ibattle seems
ow to he one of endurance. (Neither
hen nor horses are ibeing spared in
lie ceaseless struggle.
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IISTORY HAS NEVER BEFORE
SEEN SUCH HAVOC
The flosses of life are prdbalbly the
reatest in the history of the 'world.
ADVANCING ON AMIENS
The Germans having beaten 'back
he left -wing of the 'allied armies
ram the Belgian frontier, are now
dvancing (between Arras and Amiens
bout 80 imiles from Paris. The loss
If life is fearful. This great general
lonflict has now Ibeen in progress
leven days.
PS CLOSE
ON GERMAN
TAKEN BY THE MIKADO'S
(MEN
Shanghai, Aug. 29. The Japan
ese continue their bombardment of
Tsing .Tao. An infantry force cap cap-lured
lured cap-lured some of the outer forts today.
London, Aug. 29. The Japanese
bombardment of Tsing Tao continues.
Weir element behind them
British 31arines Will Try to Hold
Ostend
London, Aug. 29 British (marines
are fortifying Ostend.

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ALL GERMAN RAILROADS BUSY
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THE EAST
'Copenhagen, iAaig. 29. A private
dispatch from Berlin states that all
ordinary railway service in Germany
has been suspended, and that the
trains have ibeen seized to rush
troops'' from the west to tEast Prus Prussia,
sia, Prussia, Vw here the Germans are hard
pressed iby the Russians. .
RAPID ADVANCE
OF Wilis
AND SCARCITY OF 1 FOOD CAUS CAUSING
ING CAUSING ALARM ALL THRU THE
GERMAN EMPIRE
; (Rome, Aug. 29 A Berlin dispatch
says that all enthusiasm for war in
Germany has disappeared. Berlin is
panic stricken with terror at the
rapid advance into Eastern Prussia
of the Russians. The scarcity of
food in the German empire is as as-suming
suming as-suming alarming proportions. Ber Berlin
lin Berlin i3 expecting a siege hy the .Rus-
jsians.
OCCUPIED ALLENSTEIN
(London, Aug. 29. The Russian
emlbassy here reports that Russian
troops have occupied Allenstein,
which is 65 miles south of Konlgs Konlgs-feerg,
feerg, Konlgs-feerg, after spirited opposition from
the Germans.
(Russians cut up an Austrian reg regiment
iment regiment in Galicia this morning.
EAST PRUSSIA OVERRUN
. Washington, Aug. 29. The Brit British
ish British embassy today reported that East
Prussia was being rapidly overrun
by Russians. The greater part of
that territory is now in the hands of
the Russians. The Germans have

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heen repeatedly defeated with heavy
losses in hoth men and guns.
KONIGSBURG MAY' BE IN HANDS
OF RUSSIANS
St. Petersburg, Aug. 29. There is
an unconfirmed report current today
that the .Russians have taken Konigs Konigs-burg,
burg, Konigs-burg, East Prussia.
GERMANS CLAIM A VICTORY
Berlin, Aug. 29. Government of officials
ficials officials report that a Russian army of
200,000 men, was defeated by Ger Germans
mans Germans at Allenstein, East Prussia.
STRUG TO
KEEP STRAIGHT
INCREASING DIFFICULTY OF THE
ADMINISTRATION IN -.MAINTAINING'
NEUTRALITY
OF AMERICA
Washington, lAug. 29. That Pres President
ident President Wilson's task of keeping the
United States neutral -will be of in increasing
creasing increasing difficulty was the ;belief in
administration circles today. A Bel Belgian
gian Belgian commission is to visit the White
House to protest against alleged
German ibarbarties, and it is expected
this will ibe the forerunner of many
'other visits from foreign interests
seeking to enlist the support of the
United States. It is well known that
'the president is opposed to entangl entangling
ing entangling the United States in -war for any
cause whatever.

OLD-TIME SUPERIORITY

SUMMARY OF TODAY'S DISPATCHES

Immense German army is closing in like a gigantic vise on Paris.
French left wing has been forced back to within seventy miles of Paris.
This is tenth day of unceasing battle. Germans bearing allies down by
sheer force of numbers. Germans have two and three men to one. Ad Advancing
vancing Advancing in close order and making frontal attacks, German losses are
terrific, but gaps in ranks are filled as fast as made.
Berlin is worried over rapid advance of Russians. Food is becoming
scarce all over .Germany.
Belgians claim Namur and Liege forts hold out.
Germans have impressed Belgian young men and sent them to Ger Germany
many Germany to help gather in the crops.
Russians have occupied Allenstein C3 miles southwest of Konigs Konigs-berg.
berg. Konigs-berg. Unconfirmed report Konigsberg lias surrendered.
Italy has sent an ultimatum to Austria, demanding tliat Austrian
troops on Italian frontier be withdraAvn, or Italy will declare war.
Servian army 120,000 strong has crossed the Austrian frontier.
French drove Germans at Hirson back on Chimay.
In a naval battle off Cuxhaven yesterday, British defeated the Ger Germans.
mans. Germans. Germans lost two cruisers sunk and one burned and two torpedo
boats sunk. British lost no ships.
Japanese are bombarding Tsing Tao.
British captured three big German steamers in the China Sea.

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OF ALBION AGAIN ASSERT
THE OCEA
London, Aug. 28. Two German
cruisers and two torpedo boat de destroyers
stroyers destroyers were sunk and a third
cruiser was set on fire in a j naval en engagement
gagement engagement 'between 'English and Ger German
man German warships north of Cuxhaven 50
miles off the German coast, accord according
ing according to an official announcement made
hero tonight.
The English suffered no loss.
BRITISH TAKE MORE GERMAN
BOATS
Shanghai, Aug. 29. tA British
cruiser captured the German steam steamships
ships steamships Yorck, Senegambia and 'Ferd 'Ferd-nand
nand 'Ferd-nand today.
ANOTHER TRAGEDY
HEAR EURE
I. P. WELLS TOOK HIS OWN LIFE
Was the Father of (Mrs. Wilson, who
Killed her Husband in Self -De-
fense a Few 3Ionths Ago
'Orange.jjrings, Aug. 29. Mr. I.
P. Wells, a farmer Jiving out a few
miles on the ureka road, left his
'bed night ibefore vlast. and found a
razor, -walked some distance from
his 'house and cut his throat. The
family knew nothing of the tragedy
until morning. Why he killed him
self is unknown.
air. Wells is the father of Mrs. Wil
son, the woman who shot and "killed
ner -husDand in self-defense some-
time ago.

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(London, Aug. 29. -'Special His History
tory History has never recorded such navoc
among men as has ibeen seen on the
IFranco-'Belglan .frontier in the last
week.
No such immense masses of men
have never before (been set at each
other's throats in the same time and
space. The exact numbers cannot be
determined, tbut it is certain that the
British, (French and Belgians have
had at least three-quarters of a mil million
lion million men in the conflict. As for the
Germans, they have . everywhere
shown a force of two' or three to one.
The frightful carnage is caused toy
the determination of the Germans to
crush the allies at no matter -what
cost to themselves. When they strike
an allied position they form in
straight lines and come right ahead.
In solid formation, and generally
overlapping the enemy on tooth
flanks, they come on like the waves
of the sea.
The allies have never flinched nor
faltered. They meet every assault
with a fire that would have stopped
any other enemy in the world. And
when they have, emptied their maga magazines
zines magazines and cartridge -belts, the Ger Germans
mans Germans are either all down, or coming
on over their own dead.
At close quarters, the Germans are
not as good with the .bqyonet as
either British or French. They simply
close up, shoulder to shoulder, and
walk over everything in their way.
Their artillery fire is Inferior In
range and accuracy. But it smothers
the allied guns by its volume.
The IBritlsh cavalry does not seem
to have deteriorated any since the
Crimea. Time and time In the last
few. days has a British cavalry col column
umn column cut its way thru a mass of Uh Uhlans,
lans, Uhlans, only to find apother mass toe-
hind It, while the first had closed up
like so much "water -when a ship
drives thru it.
Of 120,000 British troops who
landed in France three weeks ago,
30,000 are dead or wounded. The
French in the same time imust have
lost 100,000. As for the Germans,
they probably don't know them themselves.
selves. themselves. One German officer, knocked
senseless and made prisoner, when
revived, grimly said they had quit
counting their dead. But their loss
is much greater than that of the al
lies. f
In the next century, this part of
Europe will not recover from the aw awful
ful awful slaughter of. this week. And
next week's may toe as fierce or
fiercer."
In spite of -the German advance,
the allies toave not lost heart nor
slackened resistance. They know
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vaders, invaders, and toelieve they will win in
the 'long run. INo signs of demorali demoralization
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twovt::ousand drowned by a
flood of german bullets
while trying to hold
'' a french town
Boulogne, Aug. 29. Under a per perfect
fect perfect hail of (bullets, all except thirty
out of 2,000 (British soldiers fighting
in the trenches, were killed at (loca-
tlon censored out).
IFive thousand Belgians who were
attempting to escape from (Namur
were surrounded near Deene, and all
tout seventeen were killed or made.-prisoners.

ITALY'S DEiAtlD
Oil AUST1
FRONTIER MUST BE CLEARED,
OR THERE WILL BE A FIGHT
Rome, Aug. 29. "It is reported
here today that the Italian govern government
ment government has sent an ultimatum to Aus Austria
tria Austria demanding that she make an ex explanation
planation explanation within forty-eight hours of
the mobilization of Austrian troops
on the Italian frontier.
dt is expected that Italy will de declare
clare declare war on Austria Monday.
SHATTERED THE BELGIAN CITY
Prosperous Malines Now a Heap of
Ruins
Ostend, Aug. 29. German troops
bombarded Malines Thursday and
Friday and practically wrecked the
city. After occupying the city brief briefly
ly briefly the Germans withdrew.
FRENCH WON A SMALL FIGHT
Paris, Aug. 29. The Germans
have toeen thrown hack from Hirson
upon Chimay.
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THE OCALA EVEXIXQ STAR, SATURDAY, AUGUST 29. 1014

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OCALA EVENING STAR
xeaerai flavors m road building for
there would be no favors. The fed
eral government would lend its cred credit
it credit to any state that wanted it for a
fixed amount and no more and would
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
Prices Vewy Low m All SUMMED
BITTIXGEK & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
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Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
take in return a fixed esurity and i
no more.
The Times-Union is not sure that
it would have the federal govern government
ment government take cognizance of road fouild fouild-ing
ing fouild-ing at all but if it should do so It
likes the Bryan plan "rather better
than any we have seen."
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(Domestic)
One year, In advance. ... $5.00
Jiz months, in adrance. ... 2.5
Three months, in advance. .1.25

One month, in advance,. .50

(Foreign)
One year, in advance.... .$8.00
Six month3, In advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One moD'h, in advance... ."80

FEWER BULLETINS
IN THE FUTURE

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THE GROWERS OP FLORIDA 3000 feet long. This cage carries

one man, whose duty is to throw

The measures being taken by the down the bombs. The cage is suf

farmers and shippers of this part of nciently strong to make rifle fire

the state, tinder the auspices of the against it ineffective and 'because of

llarion County Board of Trade, and its small size and the fact that it is

with the assistance of the transporta- keep constantly in motion its very

tion men, are of the greatest Import-J difficult for heavy guns to hit it."

ance to the people of all 'Florida.

i Our state has been so situated hat SENATOR BRYAN'S

it has been a pasture ground for un

scrupulous commission men for the
last thirty years. Our people have
toiled unceasingly to make fortunes

for the pirates of the northern cities.

This imove, which if carried to a
successful conclusion, will give Flor Florida
ida Florida a far (better showing in the mar markets
kets markets and save our people millions of

dollars.

a he Star asks tho press of the
state to pay particular attention to
the meeting, and give everybody no

tice of the meeting to (be held at the

board of trade rooms in Jacksonville,
Tuesday, Sept. 8, of the' shippers

with representatives of the transpor

tation lines.
It is also proper to( remember that
till a strong move for the benefit of
the fpeople originated with the iMar iMar-5on
5on iMar-5on County Board of Trade.

Friday night, there came to the
Star the first official information of
a naval fbattle of the present war. It

told of it;h mpptine'. nrpsumflihlr rf I

D, t. tersDurg rimes is a

two squadrons of British'.-and Ger Germans
mans Germans in .the North iSea, twith disas disastrous
trous disastrous result to the Germans. While
the report comes thru British sources,
it is official and prdbalbly close to-the

:rtruth It has been very noticeable, ing ihat the United ,states in certain

m 'an wars in wmcn uritamvnas en-

GOOD ROADS BILL
The Star has received a copy of

the substitute 'bill, revised and re reported
ported reported by Senator Bryan to the Sen

ate, with the purpose of giving fed federal
eral federal aid to good roads.

Senator Bryan, as a. democrat and

a Southerner, is naturally careful of
state's rights. fHe is also an exceed exceedingly
ingly exceedingly careful lawyer, and it is notice

able that measures he frames arid

supports generally stand the test of
the courts. So this bill of his seems
to the Star to be as, good a measure

as Congress can pass, and we hope it

will go through without amendment.

'It has long been felt that federal

aid to good roads was one of the

things most needed in this country.

It would greatly facilitate the work
and (bring ahout in a few years a sys

tematic plan of highways, which will

be much -better than the delay and
piecemeal work that iwiil ibe the best
.

the individual states can do.

The following from the St. Pe-

very good de

scription in detail of the hill:

Senator Bryan, 'from the commit

tee on postoffices and post roads, has

reported a substitute for a bill re

cently passed by the iHouse, provid

gaged since the time of Napoleon
"'that the (British government was not
- given to deceiving its -people. This
'.fight foreshadows the fate of the
German navy if it ever comes out
from behind the vail of mines and
beyond range of the guns of its land
forts. .Not only are iBritish ships
superior in numher, but they are

manned hy seamen hy imen w'ho
have the sea salt' in their folood. A

fault of Germany's navy is a fault

- also prohably of ours. (A majority of
tike men who handle the ships are

landsmen. Its true they have been!

highly trained, Ibut they were not

born to the sea. Since the days of

Van Tromo and deItuyter, no Eu

ropean power has had any fortune
against 'Britain on tho sea, and the

Star doesn't think it likely any ever

will.

Ever since the war began, the
Star has been furnishing the people
of Ocala and several other 'Marion
and Citrus county towns with one to
three 'bulletins daily.
After today, the service will ibe
discontinued, not only 'because it Is
a cause of much work and big ex expense,
pense, expense, hut because the -people are be becoming
coming becoming used to the war, and don't
take the overpowering interest in it
that they did at first.
There is not much use in sending
out one or more ibxilletins, recording
the detailed events of the day. The
ordinary run of events is too gradual.
A bulletin in the morning may tell
that the Germans have taken a
town, the British have captured a
ship or the Servians have cut- up a
regiment. One in the afternoon
about the same. With the vast scope
of operations, these events are too
small in proportion to bulletin.
When we receive some very large
news, we will ibulletin it at once.
The Star hopes that its readers
will not forget that the 'bulletin ser service
vice service it has furnished them for the
last month has cost It considerably
in 'money and hard work, for which
it has received no pay except the
pleasure of serving its friends.'

BOLTS OUT OF THE BLUE
Folowing is the New York World's
description of how the "Germans rain rained
ed rained death on sleeping Antwerp:
"Atl o'clock this 'morning death
came to Antwerp out of the air. In

my room in the Hotel St. Antoine, on

an upper floor overlooking the gener general
al general staff headquarters, I had just ex extinguished
tinguished extinguished the light when a curious
humming in .the air, like the sound
of a million 'bumblebees, drew me to
the window. A thousand feet above

'me hovered an indistinct mass, which

slowly resolved itself into the ap ap-:pearance
:pearance ap-:pearance "of a gigantic black cigar,
silhouetted against the purple sky.
it was a German dirigible Zeppelin,
and sounded, when closer, like an
automobile with the muffler open.
As !I looked, something Tesembling a
falling star curved across the sky,
and, an instant later, there came a
Tending, shattering crash that shook
the hotel to its foundations. Only
then did I realize that death was be-

! ing rained upon the sleeping city

cases shall aid the states in road
building. The Bryan substitute pro

vides for the creation of a United

States highway fund and for that
purpose it (proposes the Issue and

sale, In July, 1918, of fifty-year three

per cent non-taxable bonds not to
exceed in amount five hundred mill million
ion million dollars and that the money so

raised be apportioned among states

that have or will establish state
highway commissions on a basis

made up' of the following consIdera- Krom tne skv- The first projectile

building

tions: Area, population, assessed

valuation and road -mileage, popula

tion, assessed valuation and road of
equal weight and the allotment to

the states Is -made to averaging them.

Under this ibasis Florida's allotment

would ibe four and three-quarter mil

lion dollars.

The bill provides that any state

applying for an allotment of this

money shall deposit with the treas

urer Of the United States 'its fifty fifty-four
four fifty-four year four, per cent bonds for
the amount of its allotment. Three

The Ocala Star says that the Ser

bians are such awful liars that the

reports of large numbers of Aus-

trians killed )by them should be tak- per cent of this four per cent will
em with mental reservations. If moAt tih nnterest maA on United

Brother IBenjamin doesn't look out states Ibonds. and t the remaining one

those Servians will slay a dozen or per cent rm go into a sinking fund

so or mm. uiearwater tbun. whir-h -with ithft interest at four oer

We took mighty good care to cent f0r an average 'period of twenty-

make sure none of them 'were in fvt wars .would he sufficient to re-

town before we wrote any criticism tire the state and federal (bonds. No

about them. Don't you notice how state can ge-t more than one-fifth of
nice we are to the British, French its allotment in anv one year. The

and 'Gertnans?

money so raised is to he spent under
the direction of the state highway
commission.

The Times-Union, commenting on

the hill, says: There are many tie-

in

The Russians are said to 'have

won their great 'battles In (Russia hy

terrible cavalry md bayonet charges.

And the cavalry and bayonet charge tails of the hill which cannot be ex-

Is an old-fashioned method of fight- pressed imore briefly than they are

too. fct. retersDurg i lmes. expressed in the hill and as the mere

We are also suffering greatly from statement of the "bill would take up

jn a. I

nerce cnarges in xnis country. more than a vlu,mn more details

are not attempted.

n insnman never manes a sue- It wuld ibe seen .lnm tbis that

cessful card :playe because he inva- the Bry an frill does not provide for

nably spits on his hands when he federal aid in road building except to

sees a spade among his cards. Or- the extent of lenuing the credit of

Iando Sentinel. Ithft cptipmI iP-nvprrnriPTif tn tho ctstas

It was the Star's impression that for that rpose. The bill is intend-

he did that stunt when he saw a ed to safeguard the rights of the

Club. I statps anr! trftvftTit anv ricV rf 1n

by the federal government

Speaking of Senator Bryan's good The Times-Union thinks interest

roads bill, now is the time to put it in road building would be increased

thru. We can't have good roads any by the passage of this hill and under
too soon, and now, when so many its operation road building would he
men are out of work, is the time, if more honestly, intelligently and
any, to give them employment. There economically conducted. It would

are ifew 'better moves the govern- also enable the states to borrow the

ment can make. i money for this purpose at three per

cent Instead of for four or five, while

How. a Zeppelin airship dropp four -per cent is the interest the state

bombs Is thus described by a refugee I bonds would bear, one per cent

rom Belgium: "The dirigible hov-i would go to the payment of the prin-

rs over its objective at an altitude cipal.

nnt of ranere of the enemy's guns and There could he no

completely iemoiisnea a

two hundred yards from my window.

Thirty seconds later there came an

other crash, and another and yet an an-another,
another, an-another, until ten in all had happen happened.
ed. happened. Accompanied by four cabinet
ministers and five heads of legations,
all In our :pa jamas, I ascended to the

hotel roof. Belgian high angle and
machine guns now were stabbing the
darkness with spurts of flame, and

the rattle of musketry was deafen deafening,
ing, deafening, fbut they were unable to hit the

Zeppelin, which disappeared in the
upper darkness. The destruction
caused by the projectiles was incred

ible, in hoth extent and horror."

Found Its Finish
London, Aug. 25. The corre

spondent at Antwerp of the Evening

Xews telegraphs that a Zeppelin air

ship, which flew over 'Antwerp last
night, was brought down hy 'Belgian
artillery fire at Hemixem, six miles

outside of Antwerp. Fifteen men.

constituting the crew, were taken

prisoners.

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Soon our Fall Goods will begin to come in and we
want to clear our store of all that remains of our sum summer
mer summer stock. We know that the way to do this quickly
is to put the prices away olown and tellyou about it.
We Mention Only a Few of the Many Bargains:

One lot white and colored 97JLp
Crepes worth 40 to 50c, now 2
One lot 36-inch Wash Silks, RC0
worth $1, now ... UUu
One lot 24-inch cblored Fou- QOp
lard Silks, 50c value, now.. OLh
One lot 32-in White India and Rip
Persian Lawn, worth 10c, now 02
One lot 32-in. White India and 0o
Persian Lawn,. 10 and 12c, now Ob

One lot 32-in. White India and
Persian Lawn, 12 and 15c now
One lot 36-inch Long Cloth,
worth -10c, now. .... ...
One lot 36-inch Long Cloth,
worth 12 l-2c, now ......
One lot 36-inch White All Pure
Linen, worth 30 to 35c, now
Over2300 yards Erhb. Edging
and Inserting, 7 to 12c, now
Over 3000 yards Emb. Edging
and Inserting, 10 to 18c, now

10c
8c
10c
19c
4c
71c

Come in and inspect the many Bargains I have
to show you.

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FESSEXDEX ACADEMV
WILL OrEX SEPT.. 1ST

Prof. J. L, AVdley writes from
Charleston, S. C, where 'he stopped
over for a few days on Iiis way ;home
from Washington, that Fessenden
Academy will be opened for the term
of 1914-15 on next Tuesday, Sept.
1st. Prof. "Wiley will reach home
before the opening of (his school and
has everything ready and the pros prospects
pects prospects are for a good year's work and
a large attendance. The corps of
teachersvthis term is a most excellent
one.

WAR 1

In the midst of all this horror of
bloodshed comes the minor fear that
when it is all over Europe will be too
poor to buy anything Times-Union.
We warned them of such a possi possible
ble possible result when the foolishness start started,
ed, started, but they paid no attention.

Wonder how much Austria would
give for the help of somebody who
would help her turn Servia loose?

Warlord William may send us an
ultimatum if we don't quit censor censoring
ing censoring the wireless.

Universal peace is shot to pieces.

I find earth not gray, but rosy,
Heaven not grim but fair of hue.
Do I stop I pluck a posy
Do I stand and stare all's blue.
" Itobert Browning.

Six copies or sneet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. S-22-tf

"V i r TTil o on1 ViAn. i i. mi

Murray .Company. 8-2 7-3 1

Thou comest forth from thy hid hiding
ing hiding place as a lion from hi3 lair,
seeking whom thou mightest de devour
vour devour with thy strong right arm!
Thou dost rise with the first faint
gleams of the new morning, and
thy mouth cryest 'bitterly for thy
brother's ibloodr Thou dost lie down
at night on thy pallet of straw to
dream of the onslaughts of tomor tomorrow!
row! tomorrow! Thou comest forth like a
mighty hurricane with thy dark
cloud of desperate despair; thou
leavest only desolation and want in
thy wake! Like a mighty wind thou
hewest down thy (brothers as though
they were naught 'but the grass of
the field! Thou dost Ibrlng down to
the grave heads that are tinged with
gray and bodies that are (bent with
the weight of years! Thou dost reach
out with thy greedy right arm and
pull down to death strong, stalwart
young men whom God saw fit to
place on earth that they might do
good to their fellows! Thou, dost
steal 'from the mother her only be beloved
loved beloved -son and sendest him away
upon the battlefield to be slain like
the ox and callest it patriotism for
his country! Thou dost rob liome
of the father and leavest behind a
mother (broken in heart and spirit to
be the support and mainstay of the
child that crieth bitterly for bread!
Thou dost rob the world of happiness
and peace and leavest instead, sor sorrow,
row, sorrow, pain, desolation, want and
death! O demon of hell! When wilt
thou slacken thy pace?
A Subscriber.

Globe-AVernicke cabinets save la

bor handling your papers and their

safes keep them secure. See them at
The Murray Company. 8-27-3t

Qh)(Q)

CHARLESTON
AND RETURN
VIA

Gll)(D)

CLYDE

IMF

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-A
n 3 mi i m . I

lutjsuay, inursaay ana Saturday at z p. m. K

For reservations and further particulars apply to"

Florida Passenger Agent,

West Bay Street,

Jacksonville, Florida.

The Manafjemeet ol DO. McCLAN
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray r0., and Troxler's stands.
larger quarters, more fully equipped end will be nu
strictly ethical lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE- 333

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s

WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?

FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR
WOMEX TALLAHASSEE

Six copies of sheet music for 15c. J
at Lansford's. 8-S2-tf

College of Arts and Sciences; Normal
School; School of Music; School of Art
Extension Division; Graduate School.
Modern Gymnasium with swimming
pool. Basket ball and tenuis courts;
new and modern buildings; beautiful
campus; dormitories have all modem
conveniences ; new dining room and
cltchen most hygenlc in Florida; 418
oung women from 49 counties and 12
states last session.
TUITIOX FREE in College and Nor Normal
mal Normal SchooL Board and entrance fees
for the year $124. For catalogue write
EDWARD CONRADL President.

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
GAINESVILLE

8 Colleges and Divisions; -Liberal
Vrts; Law; Engineering; agriculture;
Teachers College.; Experiment Station;
F!itn!An Division; Graduate SchooL

Ten new brick buildings, besides gym-

lasiuzn, swimming pool and many sub sub-;idlary
;idlary sub-;idlary buildings. 61 officers, lnstruc lnstruc-ors
ors lnstruc-ors and assistants. 35 young men
rom 47 Florida counties and 24 stats 3
md forelim countries last session.
tuition' FRES. Board and Entrance
jwV S13'53 per year. Write today for
catalogue. I! A. MURPIIREE. Prci

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ays : ofi EjKfiPSioiPclliniaiFy Ecoinioinnilc OppoiPSnjiiniiittils
The Wise Shoppers and Thrifty Housewives will Foregather Hera

UR STOCKS are still quite complete and the varieties as well as the qualities offered for the closing days of the sale will be a revelation to many hundreds who
' attend. In addition to that already shown, we have received a number of cases of new mid-summer wash goods, as well as staples, Bed Linen and Household

iictcsoiiicD, cm ui wim;ii aic piaucu uii ui&pidy iui tuc iciiiainiiig .uap ui uui ii uuun oaic. xnc uuguicii uum aim actual selling value oi tnese new
goods have been absolutely disregarded as you will see by the prices quoted on this page: We urge you to attend the closing days of this Sale. No matter what
your wants in DRY GOODS, CLOTHING or FURNISHINGS, the saving will more than repay you for any special effort or sacriffce of time on yourpart.
Study the Specials offered for Monday and Tuesday. Make-it a point to come direct to our store for when you arrive you will certainly thank
us for the suggestion. WE AWAIT YOUR COMING AND WILL SURELY MAKE IT WORTH YOUR WHILE.

As Long As They Last
(Size 0x12 Feet)
-

ew Patterns stenciled on light ground. A real $4 value at only

twg

14 yard's "Unbleached Per Percale
cale Percale 'Cloth 40 inches wide,
count 68x72 during J
this sale for P 1

Superior Apron Gingham,

12 Vz Yards Unbleached Per Percale
cale Percale Cloth 40 inches wide,

count 80x0 during
this sale for
Guaranteed Fast Colors

7c value during this sale tit per yard

$1

5c

SHEETS
72x90 in. seamed center,
regular 4 9c special
81x90 in. seamed center,
regular 50c special. .
81x90 ,no' seams, heavy
material, 75c value at.
81x90 in. seamless sheets
regular price 90c, special
NAPKINS
18x18 inches -Mercerized
ready for use,
per dozen
20x20 inches Mercerized

35c
39c
59 c
69c

Xapkins,
84c
'Napkins,

hemmed, worth $1.50,

at, per dozen

$1.10

20x20 all Linen Napkins, ) A
good finish, at per doz. P X ddCT

TOWELS
.We have all kinds from 5
but only mention a few:
Extra Heavy Large Huck
Towels, only.
Extra Large 'Huck Towels
15c regular, now. ......
All Linen Huck Towels, 25c
and 35c, values, now..
Large sized Bleached Bath
Towels, only 10 19 and.

c to 75c,
8c
10c
21c
29c

BED SPREADS

Full size Spreads, Fringed
or Plain, $1.25 value, at

(Heavy 3 pound Spread, size

inches, worth $2.50
only, .u ...

84 c
3 80x80

$1.45

tir,

Special

Men's All Wool Blue Serge Suits
Made in the very latest style by one of the best
New York Manufacturers.
Hand Felled Collars, Hand Made Button Holes,
Padded Fronts, Stitched Breasts
A suit you have often paid eighteen dollars for
They come in a very fine weave. All sizes on)y

Ojily Two More
Days
Sale Closes on

September 1s

Such tremendous selling as that of the past ten days has necessarily left us with
many broken Hnes a few pieces of this and a little of that, odds and ends things that we
will discontinue altogether, hundreds of them from every department, counter, shelf and
corner. These must go. We will gather all together, mark and offer them at prices so low,
ususual, startling and astounding as to duplicate the crowds of the opening days of the most
remarkable sale the town has ever known.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
....:''. (

Act att Once
One forethought is
always worth a
thousand regrets

jr if x s s s

WORRIED BY THE WAR

PINS! PINS! FOR ALL PURPOSES
HAT PINS, SCARF PINS, VEIL PINS, BABY PINS, ALL
KINDS OF PINS FOR ALL PURPOSES, IN PLAIN AND FANCY
DESIGNS. LODGE, FRA TERNITY AND SOCIETY EMBLEMS OF
ALL KINDS. GOLD AND SILVER SETTINGS WITH GENUINE
STONES. ALSO MANY IN, LESS EXPENSIVE SETTINGS.
COME IN AND -SEE OUR BIG DISPLAY. REMEMBER, WE
NEVER"STICK" YOU ON THE PRICE, BUT GIVE YOU FULL
VALUE ON EVERY ARTICLE YOU BUY.

A. E. BURNETT

RELIABLE JEWELER
OCALA, FLORIDA

SUMMER EXCURSION RATES

VIA

STANDARD RAILROAD OP THE SOUTH

,05 Cincinnati, Ohio.
,55 Chicago, III:
,65 Denver, Col.
,30 Evansville, Ind.

.55 Louisville, Ky.

$18.50 Marietta, Ga.
$39.05 New York, X. Y.
$39.05 Philadelphia, Pa.
$41.80 St. Louis, 3Io.

$93.55 San Francisco, Cal.

TICKETS SOLD DAILY. FINAL LI3IIT OCT. 31.

STOP OVERS ALLOWED
For information and reservations call on A.' C. L. Ticket Agent, or
j G KIUKLAND, Divisfon Passenger Agent,
TAMPA, FLORIDA. ?:s'- ;;;rv;

Star Wafii

esults

Germans in London Find that Life
is not Joyful
London, Aug. 28. There are in
London many thousands of Germans
in various lines of business, whom
the international -war has affected in
a -variety of ways. Though the peo people
ple people of London are not as actively

partisan as the citizens of Paris and

Berlin, they have nevertheless,
showed the Germans in thler midst

that they are not welcome, and Lon Londoners
doners Londoners in time of war want nothing
Teutonic.
That German residents and com commercial
mercial commercial houses in all parts of Lon London
don London are feeling a not unreasonable
anxiety these days, is evident in
many ways. One sees it in the West
End, where ten offices of the German
steamship companies are shuttered.
Bakers and other tradesmen in that
section, who have by years of deal dealing,
ing, dealing, grown familiar to customers
under hronest German names, have
lost much of their trade and are try trying
ing trying to regain it under such English

names as "Stewart & Company" and
"iHarris" and the like.
One drug store catering to a Ger German
man German trade the signs "Deutche Apoth Apoth-eke"
eke" Apoth-eke" have mysteriously disappeared

over night. Other German trades tradespeople
people tradespeople are adopting strenuous meas measures
ures measures to hold thier trade and ingrati ingratiate
ate ingratiate their British customers,. In one
West -End delicatessan shop appears
a sign: "The proprietor is a natural

ized British subject," and further in insurances
surances insurances a sign that "Twenty-five
per cent of the takings of all my
shops will be given to the British
Red Cross Society."
The average Londoner, who would
not dream of throwing a stone thru
a druggist's window or helping to
wreck- a caterer's store, may smile
at these things. But in many parts
of the city German residents have
little cause to smile. In two cases
German bakers' shops have been
wrecked in cne night, and in one
case a German grocer suffered sim similarly.
ilarly. similarly. In the foreign quarter, where Ger Germans
mans Germans live and do business in great
numbers stories have been spread
that German bakers, druggists and
caterers have planned to poison
their bread and medicines in order
to ."kill their (English patrons. Such
stories are utterly groupdless, of
course, but in the heated time?of war
they inflame the British people of
the neighborhood and lead to vio violence,
lence, violence, lawlessness and outrage.
!At present the Germans them

selves are appearing serene, but not
a few of tfiem are quietly disposing
of their -business and property pre preparatory
paratory preparatory to leaving the country,
some of them going to the Father Fatherland,
land, Fatherland, ibut the most of them going to
the United States.

WACAHOOTA

State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas, county, s. s.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business
in the city of Toledo, county and state

lUUICSiUU, illlU Xllill, fcillU 11 1 111 Willi
pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED J

DULiiAKS ror eacn ana every case or
Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of Hall's, Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J.' CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of Dec December,
ember, December, A. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. G LEA SON,
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

All tires and tubes sold at the
establishment of "Davles the tire
man" from July 1, will be sold only
for CASH, but with a 5 dis discount.
count. discount. 6-28-tf

NOT SO STRANGE AFTER ALL

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

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any Iiour. Adv.
For one week only. Cadet Choco Chocolates
lates Chocolates 33 cents for one full pound, at
Gerig's Drugstores.

Will cure your Rheumatism
Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps
Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts anc
Bums; Old Sores, Stings of Insects
Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in internally
ternally internally and externally. Price 25c

Wacahoota, Aug. 27. Mr. and
Mrs. M. R. Beck of Palatka, spent
the week Tisiting Mrs. C. M. Smith.
Mrs. L. M. Smith Is at Williston
visiting Mrs. R. C. Epperson and
getting acquainted with her "little
grandson, R. C, Jr.
Mrs. C R. Curry and daughter

Thelma, returned last Tuesday from
a visit to Valdosta and Palatka.
Master William Curry of Palatka,

Is visiting his cousin Thelma Curry,
this week.
Quite a crowd of young people en en-Joyed
Joyed en-Joyed a picnic at Trilby lake last
Wednesday. Several came over from
Williston. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Beck
chaperoned the crowd.
Miss Rosalie Smith entertained a
number of friends at her home last
Thursday night in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Beck. Mrs. Smith assisted Miss
Rosalie in receiving her guests and
showing them to the back hall, where
'Mrs. Cook served fruit punch and
then they were invited to the parlor,

where tables -were arranged for
cards. There were 'four tables and
sixteen young people enjoyed the In Interesting
teresting Interesting game of progressive set setback.
back. setback. The score was kept on dainty
little cards with clubs and hearts
and tied with blue and pink cord. At
the conclusion of the games it was
found that Mrs. John Walkup held
high score and to her was given a
handsome deck of cards. Miss Belle
Chitty drew the consolation prize, a
plain deck of cards. The tables were
then cleared and pineapple cream
with cherries and block cake was
served. At a late hour all left,
thanking Miss Rosalie for so pleas pleasant
ant pleasant an evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Pedrlck and
family of Gainesville motored over
Sunday and were guests of Mrs. V.
P. Smith. They brought Mrs. J.
Porter Smith home. Mrs. Smith had
been spending several weeks In
Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Rawls of Mont Mont-brook
brook Mont-brook were guests of relatives here
Sunday.
Miss Loleta Rawls of Montbrook
is viisting Miss Theora Smith this
week.
Mr. Call Johnson and Miss Clarice
Watkins of Micanopy were guests of
Mis. R. P. Smith Sunday night.

SILVER SPRINGS
LITERATURE WANTED

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 our-columns
columns our-columns and for publication in a.
booklet. 8-22-tf.

LAROR DAY AT ANTHONY'

The citizens of Anthony and vicin vicinity
ity vicinity and of Sparr' and Oak, are re-

I quested to meet at the Anthony cem cem-jetery
jetery cem-jetery on Tuesday morning Septem

ber 1st. Those having teams are re requested
quested requested to bring same and everyone
owning implements, hoes and axes,
rakes and shovels, bring them along.
The day will be spent In improving
and cleaning up the cemetery. Let
this be a day of labor and love for
those gone before.. By order of
Committee.

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

A GONFESSiOIJ

Six copies of sheet music for lTc.
at Lansford's. -22-tf

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

Hopes Her Statement, Made Vatlie,
will Help Other Worsen.

Hines, Ala. "I must confess", says
Mrs. Euia Mae Reid, of ihis place, "that
Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done me
a great deal of good.
Before I commenced using Cardui, 1
would spit up everything I ate. I had a
lired, sleepy feeling all the time, and was
irregular. I could hardly drag around,
and would have severe headaches con continuously.
tinuously. continuously. Since taking Cardui, I have entirely
quit spitting up what 1 eat Everything
seems to digest all right, and 1 have
gained 10 pounds in weight."
If you are a victim of any of the numer numerous
ous numerous ills so common io your sex, it is
wrong to suffer.
For half a century, Cardui has been re relieving
lieving relieving just such ills, as is proven by the
thousands of letters, similar to the above,

wnicn pour into our omce, year oy year,.
Cardui is successful because it is com composed
posed composed of ingredients which act specifically
on the womanly constitution, and helps
build the weakened organs back to health
and strength.
Cardui has helped others, and will help
you, too. Get a bottle today. You
won't regret it. Your druggist sells it
Write to : Chattanooga Medicine Oh. Ladles Ad Advisory
visory Advisory Dept.. Chattanooxa. Tenru. for Special In In-itructums
itructums In-itructums on your case and 64-pe book. 'Home
Treatment for woaeo." reat Is pUia wrapper. KC123



0.

FOUR
TOE OCALA EVENING ST AH, SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1914

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I

(If you have any Items for this
tMrs. V. M. McDowell and Miss
Anna McDowell returned last night
from a week's delightful outing at
Worthington 'Springs,
Miss 'Mary 'Harriet Livingston, who
has (been the attractive guest of
Miss .Bulah Whitney, will spend the
week-end with Miss Genevieve Red Redding
ding Redding at her home in Springfield.
Metropolis.
airs. Dallas Jeffcoat and little girl
of Ocala, are spending some time in
Jacksonville the guests of friends.
Metropolis.
Mrs. rW, H. Hetrick and little
daughter Catherine, arrived home
on the early morning train from a
visit to relatives in Pennsylvania.
They were accompanied "by Mr. EHet EHet--
- EHet-- rick's mother, Mrs. Lizzie Hetrick,
who will make an extended visit
with them.
- ..
Mrs. iBd Carmichael has concluded
a delightful visit with 'Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer DeCamp at Stamford, Conn.,
and is no7 the guest of -Dr. and Mrs.
E. P. Guerrant at 'Winchester, Ky.
Ms Juanita O'Haver of Ialatka
arrived yesterday afternoon for a
lengthy visit to Miss Legie Blitch at
her home at Blitchton.
mm
IMrs. Wilkinson, dliss Helen Wilk Wilkinson
inson Wilkinson and Mr. Roland Wilkinson,
of St. Petersburg, who !have sbeen the
guests of 'Mrs. 53. iH. Blitch and fam family
ily family for some time, returned home to to-"
" to-" day.,
Mrs. Jessie Haycraf t returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a month's visit to Tate
Springs and 'Atlanta. In the latter
city she visited the millinery market
and purchased for her firm one of
the best assorted stocks of goods she
has ever selected.
i
Mr. and (Mrs. C. iH. 'Martin, Mrs.
Sam Martin, Mrs. 'Elizabeth Martin
'and mother, IMrs. J. W. Gordon, have
returned from a two "weeks' camping
trip to Salt Springs. Tlie party pitch pitched
ed pitched its tents near the. head of the
springs and with fishing, boating and
swimming life was ideal.
. : rr;
A recent delightful house iparty'at
Salt Springs consisted of Col. J. E.
Townsend and son and daughter-in-
"Ijlot "fr. and !Trs RnrinVlp nn4 'snn
or J ackson vine and Miss lottie.
Herndon, librarian of the state health"
office in Jacksonville.; The party came
down last iMonday as the 'guest of
Col. Townsend and are returning to
their homes today, Col. Townsend
remaining over to enjoy the delights
of this magnificent estate and country
home until some time next1 week.
. f m m m ,:
'Miss Ivuddie Smith, who has Ibeen,
the lovely guest of her uncle and
aunt, Col. "and Mrs. Rcibert Ander Ander-.
. Ander-. son and family for some weeks, will
ileave early Tuseday morning ifor her
home in Louisville, to resume 'her
school duties. She will ibe accom accompanied
panied accompanied as far as Jacksonville by her
teousins. iMessrs. Leslie and Pat An
derson, and together they wiH spend
the day as the guest of their uncle,
Col. Herb- rt L. Anderson, at Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Beach, after which they will re resume
sume resume theirdifferent journeys, Mr.
Leslie Anderson to resume his acade academic
mic academic course at the Washington and
Lee University, wiiere he will finish
next June, after Which he will enter
Johns 'Hopkins University, Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, to pursue the study of medi
cine. IMr. Pat Anderson is entering
upon his first year's work in Wash Washington
ington Washington and Lee University, and his
friends are expecting wonderful re re-.
. re-. cords in keeping with the ; magnifi magnificent
cent magnificent records established toy his tal talented
ented talented brothers.
m m m
(Mrs. R. !F. Rogersreturning from
Indian Springs, Ga., stopped yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, to visit relatives in Jacksonville,
while iher daughter, Mrs. Perry, came
on ihome to Ocala.
m m m
Miss Anine Atkinson, who is tak-
. ing her vacation among the moun mountains
tains mountains of East Tennessee, passed the
day Thursday at Rogersville, one of
the most' interesting places in that
region. At 'Hale's Springs, near sRog-
ersville, is located the home of the
International Printing (Pressmen and
Assistant's Union of tXorth America
"The American Pressman," a month
ly magazine is edited there. The or
ganization has an immense hotel
and supports a large school,
are fitted out in magnificent
Both
style,
and are located upon the crest of a
hill overshadowed by imemnse elm
trees. IA $75,000 hospital for the
Sick, ts also maintained, and is one Qf
the most conlplete institutions in the
South. Fifty ner cent, or tne em

department call phone 106)

ployers of this immense organiza organization
tion organization are tubercular victims. Hale's
Springs is located right in the heart
of the East Tennessee mountains, the
water and spring -pools Ibeing the
most beautiful in the world, and for
medicinal purposes cannot be excell excelled
ed excelled in any land.
Return from House Party
" Miss .Uouise Grast and Miss 'Mar 'Marguerite
guerite 'Marguerite Porter have returned form a
ten days ihouse party at Lake Oko Oko-boji,
boji, Oko-boji, where they were the guests of
Miss Kathleen Black at the W. M.
Black cottage. Miss Porter, who is
the house guest of 'her sister, Mrs.
L. W. Lyons of Thirty-fifth street,
expects to leave next week to form a
party of friends at Colorado Springs.
In the autumn she will again visit
her sister enroute to her home in
Ocala, Pla. DesMoines (la). Regis Register
ter Register and Leader.
Purvis-Scliraft
A. wedding that came as a surprise
to a great many of their friends was
that of Miss Agatha Schraft of Quin Quin-cy,
cy, Quin-cy, to Mr. Claude Purvis on Tuesday
afternoon at St. James Episcopal
church, Rev. Walter T. Cavell, speak speaking
ing speaking the words that made them man
and wife.
Miss Schraft lives in Quincey and
was the guest of her sister, Mrs. A.
B. McTuffie, and is in every way a
very pretty, charming and accom accomplished
plished accomplished young la'dy, who lias many
friends in this city.
Mr. Purvis is the son of Olr. and
Mrs. Marion Purvis of theis .city,
and is a rising young business m
or ucaia, wnere tne young canpie
- ... s
went to make their future Thome,
leaving on the evening train.-4-Lake
City Index.
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Dr. Paul Gates and Mr. W. C.
Dorse tt arrived in the city last night
from Macon, Ga., coming down es-
pecially to spend the week with Dr.
Gates' mother, Mrs. Ida Gates, and
family.,
Mrs. J. T. Leitner has as her guest
her mother, Mrs. W. M. Lindsey, of
Dunnellon.
Mr. WvW. Clyatt returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from a few weeks recreation trip
to tFranklin, N. C. Mrs Clyatt will
remain ijNorth-Garolina until cool
jveather.
The many friends in this city of
Mrs. Trusten tDgake of Yalaha. will
be jpleased to leirn that she is recov-!
Ing from a recent attack of illness in
Jacksonville and in a few days will
be able to leate Ithe 'hospital and
join her family at their
summer
home at Daytona Beach.
IrandMrs. D. S. AVoodrow have
returned from a long and delightful
sojourn at their pretty summer cot-
tage "Blair Villa" at Wodmar on
LaKe weir.
Mrs. it. ia. oang ana vurs. wen
uonnor are naving a oeiignrtiur visit
in Ashevllle, N. C.
Mrs. Col. Rogers and daughter,
Mrs. Perry, are spending a few
weeks at Indian Springs, Ga.
fThe 'Misses Ethel and Helen Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, daughters of "Mr. and 'Mrs. Jas.
M. Jackson, are busy with their pre preparations
parations preparations for school this year. (Miss
Ethel .is to return to Science Hill,
sneTDytviiie, ivy., a college prepara-
tory which she attended, last year.
CHASE & SANBORN'S
Famous Tea
Packed in Air Tight
Containers
Diamond Sixty,
H-lb.
.15c
Diamond Sixty, &-lb. .
Orange Peko, 4 -Ih ....
.30c
15c
Orange Peko, -lb .
Orient, Fonnosa-Ooloong,
-lb. .30c
Basket Fired Japan, J-lb. .
Emperor's Blend, Green and
.35c
Black, 4 -lb
.20c
Emperor's Blend, Green and
Black,
H-lb. 35c
Seal Brand, Enough Said, -lb. .40c
"Fancy" Fonnosa-Ooloong, 4-s 25c
'Fancy' Fonnosa-Ooloong, 2-s 50c
Fancy" Ceylon, India, -s. . .25c
"Fancy" Ceylon India, H-s. . .50c
"Fancy" English Breakfast 4-5 25c
"Fancy" English Breakfast -s 50c
Jpecial Ceylon India, f-lb 30c
Special Ceylon India 1-lb COc
0. K. Teapot Grocery,
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Miss Helen Jackson will accompany
her for her very first year away at
boarding school and both young
.women are anticipating a merry
year, especially as Miss Thena Town Town-ley,
ley, Town-ley, Mr. and Mrs. John Townley's
daughter is planning to attend the
same school. Science Hill opens on
the ninth, and the Misses Jackson
are planning to leave on the latter
part of next week. Miami Metrop Metropolis
olis Metropolis
Picnic of the Philathea Classes of
the Baptist Sunday School
It was a jolly party of young la ladies
dies ladies that left Ocala Thursday after afternoon
noon afternoon via auto bus and automobiles.
Arriving at the North Lake, bath bathing
ing bathing was the chief attraction, and in
the cool of lata afternoon, it was
quite a treat.
At 7 o'clock the (picnic supper was
spread under the big'oaks in the
grove. No picnic table was more
bountifully laden with, good things
to eat, the table fairly groaned with
the weight, and as the young people
gathered around, it was indeed a
beautiful and 'happy picture.
This was the third annual picnic
at Lake Weir of this class, and it was
one long to 'be rememtoered -by every
one present.
The evening was ideal, the gather gathering
ing gathering place ideal, the trip to and from

the lake ideal, and the party of
young people in an ideal humor, and
on pleasure Ibent, all this tending to
make this one of the ideal events in
the history of this lovely Sunday
school class.
The party was chaperoned by the
teacher of the Junior and Philathea
classes.
All reached home between 10:30
and 11 p. m., and in bidding" "good
night" voted it one of the most pleas
ant evenings evexiT
'alter Marsh has returned
from a three
s visit in Atlanta
and Orland
the latter city she
was the guest
Mrs. J.
P. Ola
Mrs. Mcoreaie aiiuarrffhters,
MisieS "J-ancfahd JuIiaT, returned yes
terday from a very pleasant vacation
in Washington and other northern
cities.
air. R. C. Phillips of the -Palm
Beach Xovelty Works, was in the city
last night, the guest of his nephew,
Mr. J. P. Phillips, and family.
.
(Sirs. Li. 'H. Pillans has returned
trom a charming visit to friends and
relatives in Clearwater, .Tarpon
Springs, Sutherland and Tampa.
Mrs. A. P. Gilmore is spending the
balance of the summer at Rock
Springs, Ga. Xiater she will go to
Chattanooga, Tenn., for a short visit,
returning home about the first of Oc Oc-toben'
toben' Oc-toben' 'Mr.
and Mrs. Cordon Dickenson
an(j son Chauncey, from Chicago, are
the guests of CMr. and Mrs. A.
Kramer. (Mrs. Dickenson has just
hbeen discharged from the hospital at
Orlando, where she was for several
we&kSr recovering from an attack of
fever. 'Mrs. Tickenson and Mrs.
Kramer were scbool mates.
Messrs. Chas. L. Fox and Roy
iLAickie returned yesterday afternoon
from a -pleasant auto trip to Tampa,
St. Petersburg, Green Springs and
other (parts of the country down that
way. They Tvere gone two weeks anl
much enjoyed themselves, hut are
glad to return home.
m m n
The members of the Fhflatbian so so-citey
citey so-citey had a (magnificent picnic and
splash part at iXorth Lake Weir
Thursday afternoon and evening.
A'bout fifty members attended, the
crow(i going doiwn in six nrivate
cars and :Mr. Tkjibbs' big auto truck.
Some of the parties left Ocala near
3 in the afternoon, others going
down in time to partake of the (boun
teous supper that was served on the
shores of the lake where the cool
Dreezes were the most refreshing.
"After dinner, swimming was the
principal amusement, the evening
being most conducive to that popu
lar sport. Returning home by moon-
light was most enjoyahle, for the
road was long and smooth and the
atmosphere was moat refreshing af-
ter the hot sultry hours of the noon
tide.
i
It is reported that the women's
clubs turnout the country have de determined
termined determined to onake" a sturdy fight
against the advance in food prU?es.
If the women get real (busy and right
down to -business there will be some something
thing something doing. There is no line of trade
or business which is not using the
fact of the war as an excuse for
jumping the prices skyward. If the
women determine not to ibuy at those
advanced prices, and if the men will
stand square behind them, there will
be a lot of goods pretty well shop
worn fbefore they are disposed of,
and the dealers "will be glad to get

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We are not the originator of this motto and don't
claim to be, but we do claimt o sell FISHING TACKLE
made by the factory that originated this motto Ab Abbey
bey Abbey & Imbrie, of New York.
We have a good line of this in stock.
Silk, Cotton and Linen Lines.
Sinkers, Corks and Swivels.
Steel Casting Rods, Reels. Leaders, tripple Hoolts.
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Buel Spinners, and all kinds of Spoons.
All kinds of Hooks in either Carlisle, Kirby
or Limerick.
"Heddon's Genuine Dowagiac Minnows," in a 11
colors and sizes. rir-
1 Giggs of all sizes. ;
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any reasonable price for them. Hur Hurrah
rah Hurrah ifor the women. 'Men, If you
can't do anything else, just hold
their bonnets and shout, "go it wire,
go it bear!" Gainesville Sun.
; The women of Ocala are preparing"
to practice the same methods, if the
state of affairs do not Change, very
skxn. The excuse df the war for ad advancing
vancing advancing the necessities of life is un unwarranted,
warranted, unwarranted, and it ds -going to be
stopped in one way or another, .There
is power In -unity, and the women's
clubs all over the land rise as one in
righting a WTong-
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
East Broadway Church
(Disciples of Christ)
(Roy B. Bowers, Minister)
10 a. m. Sunday school.
10 a. m. iMen's class at armory.
"The Life ands Teachings of Jes-
lis, jjnapter iv, ine j-aterary ia-
tory and Date of the Gospel.
11 a. m. Sermon: The Sermon
on the "Mount; The Demands of the
Kigheousness of the Kingdom in
Heligious Matters; Almsgiving;
Xo service at night. Csight servic services
es services resumed first Sunday in Septem Septem-bei.
bei. Septem-bei. Methodist
Rev. J. M. Gross, D. D., Pastor.
9:30 a. m.: Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning service.
Subject, "Spiritual Decline."
3 p. m. Junior League.
4 p. m. Senior League.
8 p. m. Preaching.
Subject, "Trying to Borrow Rellg-
jiOIU
lAll cordially invited. Strangers
always welcome.
.The plate collection will :be for the
Orphanage, and let it be liberal.
HOSPITAL XOTES
Mrs. Henry Raysor is doing better.
Mr. McCorkle is much better.
Mr. Liddon and son. van, are
both doing 'well.
FILED ITS SCHEDULE
The Roess Lumber Co., which
made an assignment some time since,
filed Its schedule of asset3 and lia liabilities
bilities liabilities today. -with TIr. drover C. Mc Mc-Clure,
Clure, Mc-Clure, referee In fhankruptcy. The
liabilities are given at $117,958.50
and assets, $110,791.16. Xotice will
be given and a meeting of the cred creditors
itors creditors will be held In a short time.

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Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf
Sawed cedar posts, all heart tor
sale; any quantities. Geo. W. Hyde,
Crystal Iliver, Fla. 7-2 S -6 1
Flower pots and jardinlers in all
sizes at Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf

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APPROPRIATE R ESOLUT IONS
PASSED AT FRIDAY AFTER AFTERNOON'S
NOON'S AFTERNOON'S MEETING OF THE
SHIPPERS AND TRANSPORTA TRANSPORTATION
TION TRANSPORTATION AGENTS.
The meeting: of the truckers and
representatives of the transportation
lines yesterday afternoon at the
Board of Trade rooms was largely
attended, more so than the morning
session.
Besides the express company's
representatives "there were present
from the local railroads 'Mr. Robert
Taylor, district commercial -agent of
the Atlantic Coast Line, Mr. W. H.
Brand, Ocala commercial agent of
the Atlantic -Coast Line, Mr. E. G.
Carpenter, assistant general freight
agent of the Seaboard Air Line, and
Mr. S. P. Hollinrake, general super superintendent
intendent superintendent of the Ocala Northern.
Mr. W. K. Haile, general superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of the Southern Express
Company, addressed the meeting and
announced that the rates recently
adopted and submitted to the Inter Interstate
state Interstate Commerce Commission would
be certified tby that body on Septem September
ber September 1st, .published on October 1st,
and ;put into effect November 1st.
These rates are based upon the zone
scheme in line-with those adopted by

the postofiice department and will 'be
in effect in all sections of the coun country.
try. country. IMrv E. C. Hoskins, traffic man manager
ager manager of the Florida Growers and
Shippers' League, with headquarters
in Orlando, addressed the meeting
and gave imuch valuable information
of the work that his concern is do doing
ing doing along the line of securing co cooperation
operation cooperation of the 'transportation com companies.
panies. companies. Upon a suggestion of Mr. Haile it
was unanimously agreed that the
Marion County Board of Trade be
authorized to call a meeting of all
parties interested in Jacksonville at

some early date. The following res resolutions
olutions resolutions iwere then offered and adopt adopted
ed adopted without a dissenting -vote:
"Whereas, The objects of the orig original
inal original meeting of the (farmers and
truck growers, in cooperation, with
the 'Marion County Board of Trade,
held August 12, 1914, at which time
the present meeting was arranged
for; t

"Whereas, This conference held
with representatives of the (Atlantic

.Coast Line, Seaboard, Ocala North North-jern
jern North-jern and Southern Express Company,
J representatives of boards of trade,
J the Florida Growers' and Shippers
j League, and members of the com com-jmittee
jmittee com-jmittee and truckers and growers, it

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"Resolved, That the secretary of
the Marion County Board of Trade
is empowered and instructed to call
a meeting at the Jacksonville aboard
of trade rooms, Sept. 8th, at 10 a. m.,
for representatives of the Atlantic
Coast Line, Seaboard, M. ,& M. T. Co.,
Clyde Line, O. IN. and such other
lines as are directly interested in the
marketing, distribution and trans transportation
portation transportation and rates as affecting Flor Florida;
ida; Florida; "Resolved, That this call is for a
representative from every board of

trade, truckers and shippers club or
other organization for the purpose of

considering a teasioie plan lor a

state-wide organization to protect

the vegetable industry of Florida.
"SResolved, That if at this confer conference
ence conference we should not. reach a satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory solution of the marketing and
distribution of Florida's products, ive
immediately proceed to organize a
central bureau at Jacksonville to
handle our products, -under supervis supervision
ion supervision of both our state commission of
agriculture and the department of
agriculture of the United States."
tAmong the enthusiastic attendants
at the meetings was 'Mr. H. S. Iveal Iveal-hofer,
hofer, Iveal-hofer, traffic manager of the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville board of trade, who is a real
live man in the proper place, having
given much time and energy to this
department of the work of his home
board. t
With the various committee se se-ports
ports se-ports at hand and a good represen representative
tative representative meeting of the transportation
men and truckers in Jacksonville it
is believed that the long looked for
better understanding and consequent
'better conditions in this territory is
near at hand.
Interview with Mr. Hoskins
An Interview with the Florida
Growers and Shippers League's rep representative,
resentative, representative, Mr. E. C. (Hoskins, whose
official capacity is that of traffic
manager, with headquarters at Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, Fla., after the conclusion of
the conference between the railroad
and express men. disclose om

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very interesting information as to
tne league's principles and progress
thus far, which are related in Mr.
Hoskins' own characteristic way:
'"The league, as you may perhaps
know, has passed its infancy stage
and is now on a firm and permanent
basis, which has (been achieved thru
the constant efforts of Mr. Lloyd S.
Tenny, manager-secretary, since Jan.
1st, this year, and it Is a source of
pleasure to say our organization now
comprises over fifty hundred indi individual
vidual individual growers and shippers to together
gether together with practically all distribut distributing
ing distributing and marketing associations, or in
other words, about sixty per cent of
the citrus fruit movement from 'Flor 'Florida,
ida, 'Florida, and a very large percentage of
the vegetable and melon industry.
"Our interest at this meeting was
of a cooperative nature and our
presence by reason of your Board of
Trade's solicitation. I want to say
right here that you have 'started
something which is so meritorious
that, notwithstanding the trials and
tribulations ahead of you, you will
eVentually be proud to admit was ac accomplished
complished accomplished through your initiative,
provided the policy outlined at this
meeting Is diligently pursued toy an
united effort of your brother organi organizations
zations organizations and individuals, who will
come in the fold when' coming to a
full realization of the real import importance
ance importance of the move. As I have said in
your meeting, and as we desire
known generally, we are now com compiling
piling compiling statistical data in Its minutest
detail to reflect a comparison with
all competitive producing sections on
citrus fruits and vegetables. The
former tas'ii was undertaken flrft for
obvious reasons and its completion
will be accomplished within thirty
days. Then we will undertake the
vegetable -proposition, which will be
of gigantic proportions by reason of
the fact that we will have to make
comparisons with so many competi

tive producing sections. These com comparisons
parisons comparisons will show the extent of our
discriminations and the alleged un unreasonableness
reasonableness unreasonableness of our transportation
and refrigeration rates and then it
behooves us to 'present the existing
inequalities to the initial lines for
consideration, which I am sure they
will take cognizance of and rectify
without legal procedure. The trans transportation
portation transportation companies hold no animos

ity toward the efforts of our organi organizations,
zations, organizations, as a matter of fact, they

court our organization to learn in a

collective and comprehensive way ,4

what our grievances are and I am

sure will spare no effort to satisfy us,

but we must show them wherein

charged rates and other conditions

are to our mutual advantage. In the

meanwhile, let lis not censure them
because we do not get the right kind

of returns 'from the octopus element

of commission men. and in cases

where we ignorantly flood a market

with our own product even when we

are aware of the fact our competi competitors
tors competitors may be doing the same thing,
which often occurs througn the in instrumentality
strumentality instrumentality of wild-cat commission
people for the sole purpose of 'clean-

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PAINTED OR PAPERED or any INTERIOR
DECORATING done be sure to see us before
letting your work out. We -use nothing but first
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OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
We guarantee to give entire satisfaction.
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ESTABLISHED 1882.
f GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
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First consideration and especiad attention given to small tmeu.

We mean are you getting the service we wish to give you and which
you ought to have? We believe you are. Most of our customers are
satisfied, and we are proud of the fact. But it there is anything wrong
in our relations we want to know it NOW, so we can do our. part in
straightening it out before the rush days come.
Ocala Ice l PacMegj

ing you up on the pretense of your
sbipments arriving in bad condition,
especially on a Saturday, the mar market
ket market being flooded, etc., all of which
you have been so accustomed to
absorb' in silence, that it is befitting
to compare you to the joys of which
old Peter Barnum often referred to
in public announcements of bis
achievements in the circus business,
but as I have said, let it be our policy
to follow the era of progression by
carrying out the conclusions reached
at the meeting just beld.
"I have imuch more to say of the

league's intentions, but am con constrained
strained constrained to do so right now for var various
ious various reasons, one of -which is the
Seaboard operates Its trains on time
and I, must return to Orlando to tonight.
night. tonight. iHowever, -we will let you
know of our "progress from time to
time through the valued columns of
the Orlando daily newspapers. If
you are not a member of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Growers and Shippers League,
you are the man we want tp com communicate
municate communicate with because it will be of
Interest to you."

FIFTH ANN U All CITRUS SEMINAR

At the University of Florida, Gaines Gaines-ville,
ville, Gaines-ville, September, 22nd to 24th.
The large number of replies re received
ceived received to the announcement that the
Citrus Seminar would be held this
year If there was sufficient demand,
assures the holding of this meeting
and indicates that the attendance
will be larger than that of last year.
The meeting will therefore be held
from September 22nd to the 24th in inclusive.
clusive. inclusive. A preliminary program will
be issued soon.
A review of the replies shows the
greatest demand to be for informa information
tion information on citrus diseases. Other sub subjects
jects subjects called for are fertilizers, culti cultivation,
vation, cultivation, the use of dynamite in the
groves, fruit maturity, orchard
heating and the marketing of fruits-
Owing to the seriousness of the
citrus canker situation in the state,
this disease will receive especial at-

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tention on the program. Mr. Lloyd
Tenny, of the Growers and Shippers
League, and Mr. Frank Stirling who
are in charge of the citrus canker
eradication iwork on the lower East
Coast are expected to be present and
tell of this -work and Its future. Dr.
E. W. (Berger, the state nursery in inspector,
spector, inspector, will tell of the work In his
office to control this disease. Prof.
H. E. Stevens, of the experimental
station, who nas discovered the cause
of this disease to be a fungus will
demonstrate the fungus exhibit spec specimens
imens specimens of the disease showing Its dif different
ferent different stages of development. He ha?
Isolated the fungus and has it grow growing
ing growing in pure culture. By Inoculating
It into healthy trees, he has been
able to produce the disease readily,
proving that he has the right organ organism.
ism. organism. Florida Agricultural Experi Experiment
ment Experiment Station.

REGISTRATION NOTICE

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

STRONGHOLDS OP
XAMUK ARE STUBBORN
Antwerp, Aug. 2 S. Practically all
the forts at INamur are still 'holding
out, though they have been bombard bombarded
ed bombarded steadily or nearly a week.

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FOR RENT The Jone3 cottage, ten
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FOR SALE A fine yearling Jersey
bull for sale or service. J. A.
Logan, Weirsdale, Fla. 8-2 5-6 1

FOR REXT Elsrht

Oklawaha avenue; modern fixtur fixtures
es fixtures for water, gas and electricity;
conveniently located; possession
can be iven by September 10th.
Apply to Mrs. O. T. Green, Ocala
Fla, 8-27-Ct dly

FOR SALE For a quick deal I will
sell my ten acre tract In section 13
near Fort 'McCoy for $225. J. 3.

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.WING tot the great demand for rooms, we

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

has not been completed, and the formal opening
will not take place nor will all rooms be ready be before
fore before September 15th. However we have ample
first class rooms, with every modern convenience,
for all who may apply. No flies, no dirt, airy and
comfortable,
We are spending $15,000.00 on and in the Ocala
House, and no hotel in the state will be better
equipped to care for the traveling public, and at
moderate prices.

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OCAIiA, FLORIDA

VASIOII OF AMERICA

Kaiser's General lias an Elaborate
Plan for the Conquest of this
Country
Washington, Aug. 29. Germany
invading the United States, seizing
the principal cities, holding the great
railways until the country was starv starved,
ed, starved, out this seems a flight of wild
imagination to Americans. Such Is
just the plan outlined by General
von Edelsheim in a recent fbook. He
is no hair-brained Pan-German eith either,
er, either, (but a member of the Prussian
general staff. Here is his memoran memorandum?
dum? memorandum? ''Operations against the United
States of America would have to be
conducted in a different manner from
those against England. During last

year's political friction with that

state, especially friction arising from

commercial causes, has not been

lacking and the difficulties that have

arisen hare mostly tbeen settled by

our giving away. As this obliging

attitude has its limits, we have to

ask ourselves what :force we can pos possibly
sibly possibly Taring to bear in order to meet
the atta&ks of the United States

against our interests and impose our

will. Our fleet will probably be able

to defeat the naval forces of the
United States, which are distributed

over two oceans and over long dis-

tancs. But it would be a mistake to

suppose that the defeat of their fleet

will farce the United States with its

imense resources into concluding

peace.

"In view of the small number of

American merchantmen, in view of

the small value of the American

colonies, which are not even pacified,
in 'view of the excellent fortifications

with-which the American seaports
are provided, and which cannot be

taken except with very heavy losses,

and in -view of the large number of
American seaports, all of which we

cannot blockade at the same time.

our fleet has no im'eans to force that
opponent thru successful maritime

operations to conclude on our terms.

"The possibility must be taken in

to account that the fleet of the United

States will at first not venture into
battle, but that it will withdraw into
fortified harbors", in order to wait
for favorable opportunity of achiev achieving
ing achieving minor success. Therefore it is
clear that naval action alone will not
be decisive against the United States,
but that the combined action of the
navy and the army will be required.
Considering the great extent of the
United States, the conquest of he
country iby an army of invasion is
not possible. "But there is every rea reason
son reason to believe that victorious enter enterprises
prises enterprises on the Atlantic coast and the
conquest of the most important arter arteries
ies arteries thru which imports and exports
pass, will create an unbearable
state of affairs in the whole country
that the government will readily of offer
fer offer acceptable conditions in order to
obtain ipeace.
"If Germany begins preparing a
fleet of transports and troops for
landing purposes at the moment
when the battle fleet steams out of
our harbors we may conclude that
operations on American soil can be begin
gin begin after about four weeks, and it
cannot be doubted that the United

States will not be able to oppose us
within that time an army equivalent

to our own.

"At present the regular army of
the United States amounts to 6'5,000
men, of whom about 30,000 could he
disposed of. Of these at least 10,000
are required for watching the Indian
territories and for guarding the for fortifications
tifications fortifications on the sea coast. There Therefore
fore Therefore only about 20,000 men of the
regular army are ready for war.
Besides, about 100,000 militia are
in existence, of whom the larger part
did not. come up when they were
called out during the last war.
Lastly, the militia is not efficient, it
is partly armed with muzzleloaders,
and its training is even worse than
its armament.
"An operation iby surprise against
America is impossible, on account of
the length of time during which the
transports are on the way, only the
landing can be effected hy surprise.
Nevertheless, stress must he laid on
the fact that the rapidity of the 'in 'invasion
vasion 'invasion will considerably facilitate
victory, owing to the absence of
methodical preparation for mobili mobilization,
zation, mobilization, owing to the inexperience of
the personnel, and owing to the
weakness of the regular army.
"Jn order to occupy permanently
a considerable part of the United
States and to protect our lines of
operation so as to enable us to fight
successfully against all the forces
which that country, in the course of
time can oppose to us, considerable
forces would be required.', Such an
operation would be greatly hampered
by the fact that it would require a
second passage of the transport fleet
in order to ship the necessary troops
that long distance. However, it
seems questionable whether it would

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An account with the Munroe & Chambliss National Bank is a great aid to
financial standing.
Your account, subject to check, is cordially invited.

1NR0E & CHAllliBtISS

OCALA, FJLORXDA.

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be advantageous to occupy a great

stretch of the country for a consid

erable time. The 'Americans will not

feel Inclined to include peace be be-because
because be-because one or two provinces are oc occupied
cupied occupied hy an army of invasion, hut
because of the enormous material
losses which the whole country will
suffer if the Atlantic harbor towns,

in which the threads of the whole
prosperity of the United States are
concentrated, are torn away from
them one after another.
"Therefore the task of the fleet
would he to undertake a series of
large landing operations, through
which we are able to take several of
these important and wealthy, towns
within a 'brief space of time. By in interrupting
terrupting interrupting their communications, by
destroying all buildings serving the
state, commerce and the defence, by
taking away all material for war and
transport and lastly by levying heavy
contributions, we should be able to
inflict damage on the United States.
"For such enterprises a small mil military
itary military force will suffice. Nevertheless,
the American defence will find it dif difficult
ficult difficult to undertake a successful en enterprise
terprise enterprise against that kind of warfare.
Though an extremely well developed
railway system enables them to con concentrate
centrate concentrate troops within a short time
on the different points on the coast,
the concentration of troops and the
time which is lost until it is recog recognized
nized recognized which of the many points of
landing will really he utilized will,
as a rule, make it possible for the
army of Invasion to carry out Its op operations
erations operations which success under the co cooperation
operation cooperation of the fleet at the point
chosen. The corps landed can either
take the offensive against gathering
hostile forces or withdraw to the
transports in order to land at another
point.

"It should he said that Germany Is
the only great power which Is able
to tackle the United States single
handed. England could he victori victorious
ous victorious on sea, hut would not he able to
protect Canada, where the Ameri Americans
cans Americans could -find consolation for their
defeats on sea. On the other hand
defeats of the sea. Of the other great
powers none possesses a fleet of
transports required for such an operation."

MONTEAGLE
SUMMER RESORT

If you wish to, go away tor the
summer please correspond with Mrs.
E. W. Williams, who conducts the
Cumberland House at Monteagie.
Tenn. Rites, $7 to 510 per week.
Two months' Chautauqua, from July
1st to 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 Hjufe, Monteagie, Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. 6-13-tf

THE CASE OF L. L. CAXTELOU

HOW TO CURE A SPRAIN

The case of L. L. Cantelou, Clare Clare-don.
don. Clare-don. Tea3. is similar to that of many

others who have used Chamberlain's
Colic, Choi-era "and Diarrhoea Reme Remedy.
dy. Remedy. He says, "After trying a doctor
for several months and using: dif

ferent kinds of (medicine for my wife

who had been troubled with severe

bowel complaint for several months,
I bought a 25c bottle of Chamber

lain's Coliq, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. After using the second bot

tle sne was entirely cured." For sale
by all dealers. Adv.
SEABOARD AIR LIXE SCHEDULE
. Southbound
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. nj.; arrives Ocala' 1:40 a
n.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;

arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.

No. 9 limited JAves Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
Northbound
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. in.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrive.
Jacksonville 6:4b a. in.
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 1 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.

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PHONE 503
Fop Good Wood
BIG Load for 01.
Your Order will have
Immediate Attention-
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

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.

OPEN DAY AND- NIGHT

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and' lunches
at any hour. Adv.

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

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

AUGUSTA $4.00
ATLANTA 6.00
ATHENS . 6.00
BIRMINGHAM 8.00
CHATTANOOGA .. 8.00
COLUMBIA 5.50
MACON . 4.00
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.f 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 4 041.
F. B. PINSON, T. P. A., Tampa Fla.
G. R. PETTIT, D. P. A
Jacksonville, Fla.

THE TWENTY YEAR TEST

"Some twenty years ago I 'used
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di Diarrhoea
arrhoea Diarrhoea Remedy.' writes Geo. W.
Brock, publisher of the Enterprise,
Aberdeen, Md. 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.
AN ORDINANCE

An Ordinance Discontinuing that
Portion of North Third Street
Lying Between locks Seventy Seventy-Nine
Nine Seventy-Nine and Eighty, Old Survey,
Ocala.
Whereas, That piece of ground
lying between blocks seventy-nine i
and eighty Old Survey of the city of;
Ocala, and- designated on Bru ton's
map of, said survey as part of North
Third street, has never been opened
or used as a street, and the same is
not needful or available as a public
thoroughfare or street; and,
Whereas, by the abandonment by
the said city of said piece of ground
for street purposes, a strip of
ground on the north side of said
block eighty can be obtained for the
purpose of widening the street on
the north side of said block eighty,
which Is desirable in the public In 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 between 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.

EFEIWIMLY

: You'll have
Cement Sidewalks

Put Down.
Why not now?

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

Mdver fi IHacEay
Funeral' Directors
UNDERTAKERS and E.1BALUERS
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distributor
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Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
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STAB. SATURDAY, AUGUST 2D. 1914
TOE OCALA EVEXIJC

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ing down pains, nervousness all are symptoms
of irregularity and female disturbances and are

not beyond relief.

Pierce's Favorite Prescription

is directed to the real cause and promptly removes the disease,
cappresaes the pains and nervous symptoms and thereby bring3
comfort in the place of prolonged misery.
It has been sold by druggists for ever 40 years, in fluid form, at
1.00 per bottle, giving general satisfaction. It can now be had ia
cigar coated tablet form, a3 modified by K.V. Pierce, M. D. Sold by
til medicine dealers or trial box by ma. I cn rsceipt of 50c in stamps.
Every sick woman may conn: It us by letter, absolutely -without charge.
Write without fear an without fe, to Faculty of the Invalids Hotel,
Dr. V. M. PIERC3. President. GG3 Main Street, Buffalo. New York
PEESCE'S FZJSASA3IT KEGCUTE THE XXVESL

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Teams For Rent Light
PMONE
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
the. Rest.
COLLIE
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Our M
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ALL ANIMALS SAFELY QUARTERED
. The More Ferocious Ones
7 Are Hung Up On Tlieir Hooks
So that the post timid need have no hesitancy in entering
J Business Going On Uninterruptedly.
- Open from 5 a m. to 7 p. m.

PHONE 08
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1 ie rest room which the Ocala merchants maintain for the use
tvf our out of town visitors who are in the city for a few hours
Mth noliing to do is located on the corner of Fort King avenue
.and South Main street, opposite the Theus-Zachry furniture

a mi nisnnntollv
I place to rest during the day's
able to offer at Comfort IiOdge
take advantage of them.
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Suggests an Appropriate Motto for
your Dining Room.
GOOD GROCERIES
Are our Hobby. We buy anc se
only this kind, for we know tlir' our
patrons want them.
Smith Grocery Co.
Phone 4?-
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anc? Heavy Hauling
296
We Sell
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or Ceiling in
Quality or, Price
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are free and you are invited to
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fURE AXD
ART
Paper written by Mr3- A .' McClain
U Candler and read at the reg regular
ular regular Ocala W. A T- u- meeting,
August 24: i
As ie thinketh in nis heart, so is
he. Someone els e kas said, "Guard;
well thy thoilghs for the are heard
in Heaven."
'Every one jf "us even the little
child, has tbjuhts' and tfley depend
principally "I311 what we see and
hear.
To my'tP111'1 nothing contributes
more to tle 'training, for good or ill,
of our younS people, than the kind
ofliterature and art tna they have
access co'
It ii tlle uty of every parent to
know what their children are feast feasting
ing feasting t"deir'mind3 upon the 'books and
pap-irs read the pictures treasured
.he songs sung. I hear some
others say, "Oh, I haven't time to
o that along with all the rest I have
to do."
Better take time, mother! Better
not make so many dainties for John Johnnie
nie Johnnie to eat better put 'fewer ruffles
and tucks on Annie's dresses, and' at attend
tend attend to these things. It may save
you many a sleepless night in the fu future.
ture. future. What kind of a future are you ex expecting
pecting expecting for your son and daughter
when the books they are reading are
the kind that should be denied copy copyright.
right. copyright. What about your daughter
who entertains her friends with
such songs as, "Kiss Me Quick, But
Don't Tell Ia," "Close the Blinds
Gently," and others of this kind?
Perhaps you know that the young
man that she is entertaining is not
what he should be, but you (den't
like to discourage him, on account of
his parents who are good people
but, ibetter do it, mother; if this is
the kind of entertainment he is re
ceiving in y our home.
It is not elevating him, afnd it is
certainly demoralizing your dau
ter.
gh-
Good music, good pictures and
good reading matter of all kinds are
so cheap now-a-days, there is no ex
cuse for not 'having a supply in every
home.
I consider it an advantage some
times for families with children to
club together in getting these it
keeps ail interested in -a great vari
ety of subjects worth while to discuss
when they meet.
Train the children while young, to
love pure things in tthe home and
these are what they will look for
when they go out into the world.
Your iboy will not be so likely to
run to a saloon for amusement his
first excuse.
We often hear of a good, clean sa
loon. It's impossible!
Suppose a fellow who does not
know much about the saloon busi
ness, except that it's an easy way to
get money, were to come to town
and open a saloon. "Now," says he,
"these cranks say there is no such
things as a good saloon: I'll show
'em." iHe gets ready his wines and
liquors, cut glass and mirrors. He
is determined that every man and
boy shall feel at home, so he proc proceeds
eeds proceeds to decorate his 'walls with works
of art.'
Every man in town loves to think
of his mother, so up here, in full
view, he hangs a picture of, a dear
old gray-haired mother. Up there
he hangs the picture of a young wife
with ber laughing baby. There he
hangs a happy family group. (Here
is a picture that looks like old Jim
Brown's little girl. Jim spends every
cent he earns for drink, he will sure
ly spend a good share 'here if little
Sally's picture is on the wall.
Then, too, he has heard that it is
well to mix a little .religion in the
business, so over the bar he bangs
"The Madonna;" over there "The
Nativity." iHe advertises a grand
opening with orchestra : and free
drinks. At 7 p. m., the doors swing
open and the thirsty crowd enters.
The orchestra plays "Home, Swee
Home," "Annie Laurie," "Silver
Theads Among the Gold," and by the
time they strike up "The Heavenly
City, 'the crowd feels .like removing
their hats rather than free drinks.
One by one they step out and Mr
Saloonkeeper asks Jim Brown what's
wrong; special efforts were made to
make them feel at home. Jim ans
wered:1
At
nome: ivery man
here feels i1ike he ought to be at
home. Can't expect to have a goo
time with the eyes of them pictures
lookin' at you."
Mr. Saloonkeeper knows there will
have to be a change in decorations.
The dear old mother's face is replac replaced
ed replaced by a near-nude woman. A poker
game occupies the place of the family
group. A prize fight replaces the
Madonna. There are others titles
unmentionable.
Another grand opening! The or orchestra
chestra orchestra strikes up "Johnny Fill Up
the Bowl," "We Won't Go Home Un Until
til Until Morning," "My Wife's Gone to
the Country, Murray!" Times are'

PUMTV
'

as bilarious as the best (or worst)

saloonkeeper could rwish. Mr. Sa
loonkeeper knows as does everyone
else, that when a man or boy goes to
a saloon for a good time he wants to
see nothing that -will Temind him of
home and loved ones.
Why not do away with a lot of
this?
Uncle Sam's chief -business should
be the raising of good, clean citizens
The life of our nation depends upon
it. The clean organizations such as
the W. C. T. U., Anti-Saloon League,
Y. M. C. A., W. C. A., church organi
zations, women's clubs, etc., if band banded
ed banded together for a great purpose'.
could form such a Tast army that
Congressjwould be obliged to listen.
Anything, 'which in any way inter
feres wth the training of good,
clean citizens, should be prohibited.
refused copyright or protected in any
way. Who will take the first step?
MH. AXD MRS. GEO. C. LOOXEY'S
SELECT PRIVATE SCHOOL,
PHOXE 338
Most
Enjoyable and
Home School
Successful
Ocala, Fla., Aug. 24, 1914.
We are .back to our delightful
high, dry, breezy residence and
school. 902 Fort King Ave.. Ocala.
Fla.
In oursearch for summer resorts,
we have failed to find a more pleas
ant 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 by
our close personal assistance In two
or three weeks.
If young men or women desire a
course in single or double entry
bookkeeping, we can give a perfect
knowledge of the former in two
weeks for $5, and the best and most
improved system, mercantile course,
double entry, In one month for $10.
Adv. 8-25-
DR. I). 31. BOXEY
Eyesight specialist; office and labora
tory 2-6 Gary building. A specialty
of correcting vision where others
fail. S-26-tf.
Just remember we keep Garden,
Farm and workshop tools and Im Implements.
plements. Implements. Ocala Seed Store. tf
Dr. AV. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
Have you tried .that. good. 50 cent
candy at Gerig's? Thi3 week fjr
35 cents.
The wars have caused prices to
soar upward everywhere except at
Carter's Bakery, where you get the
BIG LOAF of bread for 5 cents just
as you did before the wars be begun.
gun. begun. . 8-2 6-tf
Send Us Your
Orders For:
T Beams
Channels,
Angles and
All Shapes.
Boiler Plate 1
Tank Steel,
Galvanized, ;-
Copper and :
Zinc Sheets.
Truss Rods, ' v .'
Stay Bolts
Structural y )
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 aU
Times.
r
Merrill-Stevens
Company
. Marine Construction and
Repair Shops.
Jacksonville, Fla.

AN IRONICAL SUGGESTION.

"Our country place "will have to be
painted.- said Mrs. Cumrox.
"Yes, replied her husband.
"And the grass will have to be
mowed, and the barn needs a lot of
fixing up.
Yes.
"And the plumbing is out of repair repair-and
and repair-and the roof leaks. There are so
many things to be done that I think
you ought to be on hand to oversee
the work.
"All right.
"I hope you're not annoyed.
"Not annoyed; only puzzled. I can't
understand how I let you persuade me
to name that place "Idle-Ease,
Rubbing It In.
"Why does that lady grin so every
time she sees you?"
. "She knows I'm only getting $10 a
week."
"But why the grin?
T was engaged to her once and
broke it off, and she afterward mar married
ried married a millionaire." Louisville Courier-Journal.
Dead.
"Do you want to be let In on a
dead sure thing?"
Nope, whenever I am Introduced
to a dead sure thing I step back and
give my place to the undertaker."
ONCE ENOUGH.
Miss Homeleigh Perhaps you won't
believe It, but a strange man tried to
kiss me once. s
Miss Cutting Really! Well, he'd
have been a very strange man if ne'd
tried to kiss you twice.
Statesman and Politician.
The statesman can explain all tricks
By Just a passing glance at 'em,
But, owing to shrewd politics.
He seldom gets a chance at 'em.
Formalities.
"What's the trouble about that
salute?" asked the impatient warrior.
"There's a slight delay. A search
Is being made."
"You haven't mislaid the cannon,
have you?"
"No. But we can't find our hand handbook
book handbook of etiquette."
Mean.
"Mr. and Mrs. Brown are an Ideal
married couple," said Mrs. Gabb. "She
writes me that they, are unspeakably
happy."
"What are they? Deaf mutes?"
growled Mr. Gabb.
Correct.
"How should the new warden of a
state prison begin a letter of thanks
to the governor for his appointment?"
asked the Boob.
"I now, take my Pen in hand," re replied
plied replied the Cheerful Idiot
A Hard One.
Critic Why don't you put a porous
plaster on this play? ;
Manager What for?
untie it is aDout the car?
svhich will ever make it draw.
IN EVIDENCE.
Hook I suppose you will observe
the Fourth of July.
Cook Observe It! Of course, I will.
I don't expect to be able to notice
anything else.
A Suspicious Claim.
The man who never makes mistakes
May have supreme capacity
Or the Impression that be makes
May rest on mild mendacity.
That" Expresses It.
"The reckless chauffeur simply
mowed down all the pedestrians in his
path."
"Was he full?"
"Full and running over."
Abnormal.
What a" baseball mixup that man
has in his voice!"
"What do you mean?",
"It has such a queer pitch with a
catch la It."

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3L1RIOX-DUXX 3HSOXIC LODGC
'Marion-Dunn Lodge Xo. 19, F. &
a. at mwts nn the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
- A t
7:20 o'clock, until further nouce.
Baxter Cam, W. 51.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERX STAR
Ocala Chapter, 'So. 29. O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each,
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. 5L
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge Xo. 22, I. 0.0. F.,
meets In Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
KXIGnTS OF PYTIHAS
Ocala Lodge Xo. 19. Conventions
held every iMonday 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 WORLD ; ;
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. an., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
OCALA LODGE NO. 2S0, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2SC, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even-
ings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postofiice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harleyi Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. CV9," L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday tat 8:30 p. m.
Visiting brethern always welcome Jo
the lodge and club hause on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postofUcc. :
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
COXCORDL1 LODGE F. vTI A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal
of America, meets in Yonge's ',11 sill
on the second Thursday evening ot
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.' M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary, o Ad.

Strange, Indeed!"
"For the making of billlanl-balja
fWe hundred elephants are needed,
every year," said the famous big-game
hunter in his lecturo on India. "How
strange. whispered Mrs. Winsome tex
the lady who sat next, "that peoj
an teach such great beasts to' io
such delicate work!" n V

I Wilbur Smith Co.
E. C. SMITH, -Mgr.
I Funeral Directors
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2
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AND
i Licensed Embamers I
9
Office Phone 10.
Night Phone 91.
All vork given our persons!
f attention and guaranteed fully.'
11 W. Oklawalia Avenue.
I?
OCALA, FLORIDA,
"1
Five t
Ofids Not Bad,
Are They?
Would you not take a chance
of five to one'?- Especially where
you got FULL VALUE for every
DOLLAR spent, then a chance or
five to one to win a hundred dol dollars?
lars? dollars? l:
Well, that is just what I am
Offering.
FIVE CHOICE LOTS $100.';
I".j.V CI I.
And a big Bargain at the Price
IX
Marion Heights
$100 EACH; $10 Domi 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 FUEE
TALK TO 3IE QUICK, for they
will not last a week.
JAMES EKGESSEfl
PHOXE 491, OH 37.
Ocala, Florida

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THE OCAIA EVENING STAR, S.TURI1aV AUGUST 29. 1014

I OCALA OCCURRENCES

War maps at The Murray Com

pany. 8-27-3t
Mr. L. K. Edwards of tlrvine was
in the city today.

Triumph Adding Machines $35 at
The Murray Company. 8-273t
Mr. Julian Bullock is in South Dakota

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

-Mr. Louis Savares of Tampa is in
the city on business today, and shak shaking
ing shaking hands -with his old friends.

New (books at
pany.

The Murray Com-8-27-3t

Mr. J. Yibor, one of the owners of
the Tampa Brewery, is in the city
today arranging for an Ocala agency
for his product.

We now have new crop rye 3seed
for sale. Ocala 'Seed Store. 8-1 8-tf.

Mr. J. R. Devane of Jacksonville,
after spending several days in the
city, left this afternoon .'for Sanford.

All kinds of on u sic and music
makers at The Murray Co. 8-27-3t

Dr. S. II. Blitch returned yesterday
afternoon from an extensive trip
down the east coast on professional
business.

Messrs. H anry Watterson Tucker
and J. P. Theus are spending ithe
week end at Salt Spring, having gone
there yesterday.

: M.riTJ, W. Akin left on this after-

-noon s A. JC. .L. train for Cake Weir,
fere he will recuperate for a week
or two, getting ready for the fall
building operations that is promised
the Ocala Ibullding trades.

A large number of Ocala citizens
were out to listen to the regular
weekly band concert given in the
band stand on the square last night,
and the program was most excellent.

r. B. H. Seymour sold two of this

ae Ocala lots Friday, and received
the coin for the same. The old town
Is quite alive yet.

' Mr. 'Raymond Bullock will leave
"Monday for a short visit to his
mother at Dennorestr Ga7 Mr., Bul Bullock
lock Bullock has accepted a position in" At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta and will take up his new duties
shortly,

- One of the most unusual, as well
as a very pretty sight, was 'seen -by
a number of our" citizens Thursday
afternoon At that JUme a -heavy
cloud was coimpgup n the west,
when suddenly right across it was
drawn the sband of a big, rainbow.
This lasted for at least five minutes.
It Is very, unusual to see a rainbow
so close to the sun.

The'liome of 'Mr. and Mrs. Jones
living in theMct?ah,a"gin,co'lage in
the second ward, was robbed a few
evenings ago by a burly negro while
the family, were at the -moving pic picture
ture picture show. The negro was seen (but
- if-
made good his escape after thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly rifling the house, presumably in
search of money, as he only took a
jar of cold cream and half a cake
from the cupboard.

TOR SALE- A seven
grove, containing

acre orange
100 bearing

trees, 2 aniles from station and
4 -mile .from lake front and post post-ofiice.
ofiice. post-ofiice. Address, 'Mrs. L. K. Bishop,
Weirsdale, Fla. S-29-lt

iOPOFF'S CAFE :
Under flew Management

H. DUESTERDICK.

MENU CHANGES EVERY DAY

Now Ready for Business

Sunday
Service
ci let
Carte.

WEATHER REPORT

August -25.
Aug 2G.
Aug. 27..

Aug. ; 2-8..

R. F.

This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. P. O. B.
Weihe, official observer for the government.

Max.
. .91
.'..92

.93

Forecast for this Evening and
Tomorrow
Unsettled tonight and Sunday,
probably local thunder showers.
DOILAR BAY A SUCCESS

Min.
73
73
73
71

(The ibig special sale inaugurated
atRheinauer's under the name of
"'Dollar Day" was a very successful
occasion for that establishment. (Ever
since the sale began, early Friday
morning, "Mr. Greenwood says people
have toeen coming in. to ask albout the
"dollar day" special items. So -well
are the iRheinauer people satisfied
with the "dollar day" feature that
they -will hold others on the same
line in the very near future. Today's
dollar specials iwill ibe on till closing
time tonight on those articles which
have not fceen entirely sold out, and
the economical fouyer would do well
to take advantage of the remaining
few hours to secure some splendid
values.

CAN'T HARVEST

INVADING AUSTRIA

Armies of Servia Will Xow Make an
Attempt to Get Even
!Xish, Aug. 29. A Servian army
of 125,000 men has invaded Austria
and occupied Valievo.

STEAMER IX)ADIXG
WTTCL SUPPIilES

For German Cruiser in the Gulf of
Mexico
Galveston, Aug. 29. .The German
steamship .Navara is today loading
supplies and water for Gorman
cruisers known to -be in gulf waters.

OTTOMANS ARE ACHING

TO BE IN IT

'Rome, Aug. 29. (Fresh (military
activity is reported in Turkey today.
A number of German officers are said
to have arrived at Oonstntinople.

McREYNOIiDS CONFIRMED

Washington, Aug. '29- The Senate
today confirmed the nomination of
Attorney General McReynolds to the
supreme court bench. Thomas Greg Gregory
ory Gregory of Texas, who was nominated for
attorney general, also confirmed.

POWERFUL DEFENSE OF PARIS

City is Ringed by Three Circles of
I Stone and Steel
Washington, Aug. 29. The forti fortifications
fications fortifications of Paris and their ability to
resist ;a siege is receiving the close
attention of military observers, now
that Paris is the announced Objective
of the German forces and the French
ministry of war is strengthening ''the
city's defenses. .
The general character of the city's
detailed defenses are well known to
military experts, who recognize them
as among -the strongest fortifications
in the world.
The fortifications fconsist of three
distinct circles sweeping around the
city nfirst, the solid wall of masonry
eighteen feet high extending for

twenty-two miles around the old sec

tions of Paris r second, the system of
seventeen detached forts arranged at

intervals, two aniles fbeyond the wall,
and making a circuit of the city thir

ty-four miles long; and third, an out outer
er outer girdle of forts, seventy-five miles

Iorig

Each of these circles of masonry
and steel is a complete defense in it it-sel!.
sel!. it-sel!. '

vice from 11:30 to 2 o'clock

'Frank D. and Julian Sanders
came in Saturday from Ocala. Frank
returned to Ocala Tuesday morning.
He is now holding a prominent po

sition 'with the 'Florida Title & Ab Abstract
stract Abstract Company of Ocala. -Frank has

many friends in tnis city, wno re

joice with him on his success.
Boorksville Argus.

THEIR CROPS

YOUNG BELGIANS TORN FR03I

HOME TO WORK FOR THEII
r OPPRESSORS

(Rotterdam, Aug. 29. German of

ficials have ordered all Belgians fbe fbe-twen
twen fbe-twen the ages of 17 and 22, residing

at Liege and Tongres, to proceed im immediately
mediately immediately to Germans to help with
harvest work.

Just remember we keep garden,

farm and work shop tools and imple

ments. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf.

Queerest Word In Language.

Pocket-handkerchief is the queerest

word in the language. At first it was

kerchief (couvre-chef), a covering for
the head; then it became handkerchief,
a covering for the head carried in the

hand, and at last pocket-handkerchief,

a covering for the head held in the
hand and kept in the pocket.

BOARD OF TRADE

Excellent Talk by Mrs. Moorhead on
Canning Clubs and Demonstra Demonstration
tion Demonstration Work
The following important matters,
which we could not attend to yester yesterday
day yesterday were up before the Board of

Trade meeting Thursday night:'
.Mrs. Moorhead's Address
Mrs. Moorhead was presented oy
the secretary in a short talk com commending
mending commending 'her work, and what it did
for Marion county last year in win winning
ning winning first place, and one of her fair
daughters receiving many honors for
her canning club work.
'Mrs. .Moorhead gave an outline of
last year's work and a comparison
with this more results this year, al although
though although not as successful a tomato
crop as last. She has forty demon demonstrators,
strators, demonstrators, actual workers, as against
twenty-eight, girls from 10 to 18
years. The effectiveness of this dem demonstration
onstration demonstration work in the homes and
communities is getting the mothers
and fathers interested, thus reaching
often the entire section visited. The
educational features are becoming
attractive and the cooperation with
the fair association will make can

ning club exhibits one of the lead

ing features and a drawing card. Her
outline proves conclusively that Mar Marion
ion Marion county has one of the strongest
workers of the state at the -helm in
this canning club work; bringing it
as she does Into the rural schools
and 'homes and never losing an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to press its usefulness on
any Occasion; is giving to our county
the broadening out of our moral life,
and taking hold in a systematic way.
This problem is doing so much to
solve eating problems. She cited one
instance where a man 'became so in interested
terested interested in the canning work that he

put up 3000 cans of beans by which
what was lost in short crops, etc.,

will foe the means of paying a ferti

lizer and other bills.

Every citizen should have heard

this talk, convincing and showing

what is being accomplished.

The secretary called attention to

the articles in the papers about the

musical contest in our coming Chau

tauqua and that we should begin to
get ready.

A letter with copy of Senate bill

with Senator (Bryan's substitute, was
presented and referred" to a commit

tee on good roads.

A letter with six direct questions

from the Southern Settlement & De

velopment Organization was present presented
ed presented and referred to committee on ag-!

ri culture.

The secretary reported action in

connection with Judge Williams in
calling a meeting of presidents and

secretarys of all tfair associations in
the state to meet in Ocala Sept., 23-

24, to arrange a fair circuit for the

future to save conflicting dates.

The secretary reported the result

of the special Oklawaha river im

provement committee's meeting at
Deesburg on the 20th and that a per

manent organization was effected,

with Mr. (E. H. Mote as chairman,
and J. D. Rooney secretary. This is

an active committee that will stay

right behind the project.
Presented a letter from the Florida-Panama
'Exposition Co.', A. G.
Kent, general (manager. Xo action
taken.
iLetters, circulars, etc, from the
Florida state commission for the
Panama-Pacific International Expo Exposition,
sition, Exposition, referred to the advertising
committee.
A paper (from the state depart department,
ment, department, rural school division, was re referred
ferred referred to the proper committee.
letters and circulars from Whit Whit-comb,
comb, Whit-comb, Riggs & Co., on new enter enterprises,
prises, enterprises, presented and referred to new
enterprise committee.

Several' other papers were pre

sented.

J i

Yoi may not realize it, but A good bank is indispensable to you as a busi business
ness business maJ and citizen.
Diretfty or indirectly, the bank affects every individual in the community
The moreirectIy it affects you the more benefit you will derive.
Come i and learn how we are able and willing to help you in financial

matters.

Th

& Ocala National Bank

V'x Resources Over HalI A Million
ACTIVE U. S. DEPOSITARY.

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AMERICAN CRUISER
TO THE ORIENT

North Carolina Will Relieve Ou

People and Impress the Turks
Washington, iAug. 29. The Unit United
ed United States has informed the powers
of Europe of its intention to send
the armored cruiser iXorth Carolina
to Turkey to carry gold lor. the relief
of 'Americans.
While the North Carolina goes or
a mission of financial relief, her pres presence
ence presence in Turkish waters is intended tc
have a salutary .effect with respect to
the treatment of Christians and for foreigners
eigners foreigners generally in tho Ottoman
empire.
Diplomats and officials generally
are expecting a declaration of war
by Turkey on the allies. iReliahle
advices indicate that -when the big
Russian army 'has penetrated a con considerable
siderable considerable distance into East Prussia,
Turkey swill strike. That 'Doth Bul Bulgaria
garia Bulgaria and Roumania will align with
Turkey against Greece and the rest
of the Balkan states Is also indicat indicated
ed indicated by authentic Information.

:J,UghX From the Earth.
-The darkest part of the sky la al always
ways always aglow. The earth itself gives
.off a lot of light. Scientists of the
Franklin institute have measured this
earth light and have found that It Is
of the order of one-tenth part of the
Intensity of a Etar of the first order of
magnitude. It Is attributed, at least
partially, to a permanent aurora bore-'
alls which is revealed by the charac

teristic green ray observed on ob-.

scure nights in the whole heavens.

, .Mean Insinuation.
Woman (excited and disheveled)

"Quick! Give me a glass of brandy
for a woman in a fit," Druggist

(calmly)- "Yes, madam. To drink

now cr to take away with you?"

London Opinion.

Pouring Houses to Be Great Sport,
i -Pouring houses, not pouring tea.

fs going to be the great sport of wom women's
en's women's clubs In the next decade, accord according
ing according to Mr3. Isa Maud Ilsen, lecturer
and only woman representative of
Thomas A. Edison. And a pleasant

time the guests are going to have,"
she said. "All they'll have to do is
sit and watch a porch drip out here, a

geegaw decoration there, or criticize
the size of the refrigerator or the

funny little window in the den. It

.won't take more than an hour." Mrs.

Ilsen is proud of the fact that she

is the only woman representative of

the "Wizard." She admits there are
5,000 men who act for him, but that
does not diminish her glory.

The Arithmetic of It.
The pupils in a school were asked to
give In writing the difference between
a biped and a quadruped. One boy
gave the following: "A bip.d has two
legs, therefore the difference be between
tween between a biped and a quadruped Is two
legs."

His Idea of Music's Use.
He was a lover. of music who had

just been to hear one of the great

operas, and he was expatiating upon
its beauties to an unresponsive friend.

whom he observed to yawn. The musio

lover was hurt. "Look here, John,"
he protested, "don't you think musio

is of some practical benefit in life?"

'Oh, yes." said the unresponsive one.
Why, judging from the portraits I

have seen of eminent musicians, espe

cially pianists, I should say that musio
is great to keep the hair from falling
out"

Going It Blind.
Enver Eey got an idea of the looki
of his future bride by means of a pho photograph.
tograph. photograph. This illustrates a difficulty
from which the young Englishman is
freSut which is sometimes very
ani jto the young Turk. He ought
noT to Bee his bride's face until he has
actually married her, or at the very
least until he ie betrothed. The young
lady, as Duckett Ferriman points out,
can take a drive and get a glimpse of
her suitor's face out of doors. But her
face should remain veiled from him,
and, although he generally contrives
to get an idea of her appearance, it
cannot always be done. Mr. Ferriman
mentions a high official's son who was
mortified at his wedding to find his
bride a brunette, when he wanted a
blonde.

Ejected From His Post.
A Mr. Sung Chen Tien of Chiuchow
was three years ago ejected from his
post" as teacher in a government
Bchool, because, as a Christian, he re refused
fused refused to bow before the temple of
Confucius. Since the revolution he
!ias become superintendent of all thd
government educational institutions
3f the provlnca

wm,jmws
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SPECIAL FOR

Beginning al 9 a. .m.- s-harp.
KONE SOLD BEFORE.
BEATRICE CREPE the
dankest, most; popular and
serviceable wash jf a b r i c
madeX j.
Mor than a hundred pat patterns
terns patterns tV seec "aN
new. 71,,
Beautifll all over floral
designs sctered:ba prod prodigal
igal prodigal hand over a snow, white
ground.
A genuine 1 l-2c ,alue,
but owing to th? 1 delay in
shipping, we ?y$h offer it
Monday morninii t V i

Six Yards

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Only 6 yards to, a customer.
SPECIAL FOR UOi'OAY

See Window Display!

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Commercial Bank Block! on
Magnolia Street, West.

Post BOX

jj-l 8. Local or

LongLDlstaie -lonc, 203

MOOSE'S MAE 0G1ER 301USI2

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Johnny's Place".

I AM now in business for myself. Conducting a Ilia'1 Te"

H tall bar and Mail Order House. I can give you thd best there
is, and as much as any one else in 'business far your Tnoiej'- Seven-

teen years In the business has taught one what the

and I am supplying that want. ''' -'t'&j
V JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND I PRICES

publi!

wants,

Good Old 65 Proof Rye,

Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal

lons or more,
at per gallon'.

$1.50

Good Old 0 Proof BV'
Corn or Gin, in.lots of 2

Ions or more,' Q f fl
at per gallon. 4)iU1

Good Old 70 Proof Rye.

Corn or Gin, In lots of 2 gal

lons or more, Jj 97tt
at per gallon. P X

Remember that we will fill
any order "you tend us and
meet the price" of cny other

legitimate house.

ft

In Glass Jugs, racked In two One Gallon Jogs It. you

prefer

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Make my place your, headquarters while in the city. You will bel
welcome and be treated right at all times and. on erery transac-I

lion at "jonnny -iace.
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALLjJKINDS of It in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft.

PHOPRIETOR

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OCALA, FLORIDA

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OCEAN VIEW HOTEL

On the Atlantic ocean, seventeen miles, from t Jacksonville; facing
the finest smoothest and broadest bathing beach In the world. The
summer climate Is cool and comfortable, to the surprise of our patrons
from other states, who have an idea that it Is hot because in the south.
Water temperatures are mild, hanging around 80 to 85, so that the
most delicate' person "can derive much benefit from urf bathing.
Ttates $2.50 to $3 a dey $12 to $18 a week.. Week end rates$4.50.
V. II. ADAMS, Oner and Manager, Pablo Beach, Florida

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