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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 1914
NO. 205

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I PLANS OF GERMAN STAFF ARE

I

FICIAL
(

REPORTS

OF THE KAISER'S III TODAY

EXCEEDIILY OPTIMISTIC

JUCI 1111.

Aug.

31. It

ted today that tooth

is officially j
in the east

1 west the German troops are vie-

nous. The .Russian advance into

stern Prussia has been halted,
lie three immense German armies
i driving' back the allies opposing

pir advance on Paris.
jThoug'h showing great (bravery,

e entire campaign as mapped out

the German staff, it is claimed,

. oeen successiui.

u u

1 II

NCENTRATING THE MAIX

FO IIC K OX 1 FRAXCE
Antwerp. Aug. 31. The evacua-

In of D-iest 'by the Germans and
pir withdrawal from' the entire
jrth of Belgium, is officially an an-lineed
lineed an-lineed today by the Belgian war
fee. It is (believed that the Ger-

ns have joined forces ana are

ircbing on Paris.

If

JOHN BULL '.DOESN'T LIKE IDEA
OF 1 GOOIl"' AMERICAN COIN
.FOR IDLE SHIPS OF
. GERMANY

ILEUS ir in

A

Washington, Aug. 31- Great Brit Britain
ain Britain has protested against the United
States buying ;foregn ships, claiming
it would foe a (breach "of neutrality, as
i t :wbu1 d" give the enemy money f ot
ships that are now idle.

ITREPEDITY MB STEADINESS OF THE KAISER'S

FAtlTRY HAS NEVER BEEN EXCELLED

I

Cl

Jul

m

charge of Germans, in the face of a
deadly fire directed by the British at
Mons, is described in a Times dis dispatch
patch dispatch today.
"The Germans swept bravely to toward
ward toward the British trenches in the
face of volleys which mowed clean
cut gaps in the German ranks. They
kept closing in as though they were
so many marionettes. As fast as the
front ranks were moved "down,
others charged over their dead. bod bodies.
ies. bodies. They charged right up to our
trenches. Our cavalry then charged,
cutting the Germans down iby hun hundreds.
dreds. hundreds. But few of the Germans es escaped
caped escaped to their own lines."

London, Aug. 31. The terrific

SURROUIIDIi

MORE CITIES

CHECKS

mm

n

II

IRKS ARE ABOUT TO TAKE

HAND IN THE BIG
TROUBLE
Paris, Aug. 31. The Temps says

is morning: "Turkey has thrown

!ide the mask and is preparing to

ALLIES CLAIM TO BE IN BETTER
SHAPE THAN EVER

lack Greece and join Germany

London, Aug. 31. Heavy rains
have checked the1 advance of the
right flank of the German armies.
The allies, reinforced, now hold
much stronger 'positions.

ST. PETERSBURG CLAIMS RUS RUS-RIANS
RIANS RUS-RIANS HAVE INVESTED FOUR
V GERMAN STRONGHOLDS l
St. Petersburg, Aug. 31. 'Official
announcement that Russian troops
have invested the German cities of
Konigsburg, Thorn and Gradenne
and the Austrian stronghold of Lem Lem-iberg
iberg Lem-iberg was made today. Austrians
forced out. of (Russian Poland were
rushed to reinforce 'Lemberg.

ESTIMATE OF

THE ALLIES

ON GERMAN LOSSES IS SOME SOMEWHAT
WHAT SOMEWHAT OUT OF PROPORTION
. WITH THEIR OWN
Paris, Aug. 31. It Is estimated
today that .the Germans have lost
60,000 killed, 130,000 wounded and
taken prisoners since the outbreak
of hostilities. It is stated that the
German loss is six times greater
than that of the allies.

CATHOLIC CONCLAVE

A

MORE THAN

LEAD CHECKS THE H-

ADVA G

E OF US III THE EAST 01Y PARTLY DIVERT
ED BY THE

A

V

1ST BE III

e European war.

ILL SIGN HER DEATH AVAR-

RANT
j

-.Tuinn JAirar. 31. Turkey may

i. .
cvre war at any moment. The
uatlon in Constantinople is grave.
The British government-has warn-
ITurkey plainly that in starting

ny campaign at, xuis uuib.ub aigua

r own death warrant.

in I

ITALY 1

r

X ENTERPRISING

GERMAN AVIATOR

iclls Paris from Above and Warns
the City to Surrender
(Tnrlnn. .Aii sr. 31. A 'Paris dis-

itch to the. Exchange ieiegrapn

i .

bmipany, says:

"A German aviatop, flew oyer Paris

is afternoon ana -aroppea ne

bmbs, which if ell in the most pep pep-lous
lous pep-lous quarter of the city, .but did no
image.
"The aviator, who signed himself
lieutenant Von Meissen, dropped

anifestos on which was written:
he German army is at the gates of

,1 nnthtnir 'Vlf CUT- 1

1 A f v

LL STAY OUT

UNLESS A TURKISH ATTACK ON
GREECE COMPELS HER TO
WADE IN
Rome, Aug. 31. -From exchanges
passing between Austria and Italy it
is believed that Italy will maintain
her neutrality unless Turkey imakes
war upon Greece.

German Fleet Not Likely to be in the
Straits of Dover

i Dover, Aug.

o 1 .-

indicating

Heavy cannon-

t hnt n nnval "ha til ft

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is in progress, was heard -east of
Dover today. The vessels were ap apparently
parently apparently engaged near the coast of
France.

3IADE THEIR MARK

Kaisers Gunners Made Some Hits in
the North Sea Conflict

London, Aug. 31 Twenty-nine
killed and thirty-eight wounded -was
the price in men paid :by the British
for the naval action against the Ger Germans
mans Germans in .Helgoland Friday.
f-
. .
" SHADE! OF STEVENSON

nder.

EE PING UP THEIR CHARACTER,

ian Bunch for Invading their

Mountains

Cettinje, Aug. 31. In an engage-

t ibetween : Montenegrins and Aus-

Uans at Mount Louchen, the former

Weated the Austrians, -killing 450.
r ; : :
I Six copies of sh,eet music for 15c.
It Lansford's. 8-22-tf

len

Six copies of sheet musle 'r5c.
t Lansford's. 8-22-tf

Perhaps Disturbed by Roar of Guns
Around Its Last Resting Place
.-

London, Aug. 31. The official in in-iformatidn
iformatidn in-iformatidn bureau announces that
Apia, a seaport of Upolu, Samoan Is Islands,
lands, Islands, and capital of the German part
of the group, surrendered on the
morning of August 29, to a'. British
force from iXew Zealand.

Only Testing their Ammunition
London, Aug. 31. It, was later

announced that the heavy cannonad cannonading
ing cannonading heard off Dover was due to gun

practice.

GREAT CITY HAS

LOST

ITS GAIETY

CARDINAL FERRATA IS MOST
LIKELY TO FILL ST.
PETER'S CHAIR
'
Rome, Aug. 31. Attended .by the
most solemn and impressive cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies the Roman Catholic church
conclave, 'which will elect a" succes successor
sor successor to the lamented Pope Pius, con convened
vened convened at the -Vatican, today. Sixty-

five cardinals are present. Forty Forty-four
four Forty-four votes are necessary to elect. The
selection of Cardinal Ferrata 4s look looked
ed looked upon as most likely as the con conclave
clave conclave convenes.

AN ACTUAL ALLIANCE

Is

Probably In Existence Between
the Germans and Ottomans

London, Aug. 30. The correspon correspondent
dent correspondent of the Reuter Telegraph Com Company
pany Company at Athens says:
"According to a semi-official state statement,
ment, statement, news had ibeen received from a
trustworthy source in Constantino Constantinople
ple Constantinople that 800 German officers and
sailors, as well as a quantity of am ammunition,
munition, ammunition, passed thru Bulgaria Fri Friday
day Friday in a special train on their way to
Constantinople."

ANOTHER ZEPPELIN
KNOCKED OUT

People of Paris Are as Sober as
Scotch Presbyterians
(Paris, Aug.' 31. The panic caused
Sunday hy the dropping of bomfbs on
the city is disappearing today. All
the theaters are closed and there is
no night life. The traditional gaiety
of the city is missing.

ALL WANT TO GO TO ENGLAND

ROUNDED UP MANY RUSSIANS

Advcrtlcs in the STAR for re

Advices from Berlin Claim Capture
of a Good-Sized Army
Berlin, Aug. 31. It is officially
announced here that the Germans
have taken 30,000 (Russian prisoners
during the fighting in 'East Prussia.

Only Those Remain in French Chan Channel
nel Channel Cities who Can't Get
Away
Boulogne, Aug. 31'.- All is quiet
in the city today. There are no signs
of German cavalry. Thousands of
people have left, the civilians leaving

Calais for England. Fifty Uhlans

marines

were captured
near Ostend.

fbv British

London. Ausr. 30. A Reuter dis

patch from St. Petersburg says a
Zeppelin dirigible which bombarded
the railway station at Mlawa, just

over the iborder of .iRussian Poland,
was (brought down by Russian fire.
The car carried eight soldiers and
quick-firers and explosives.

London, Aug. 31. With England
sending fresh troops across the chan channel,
nel, channel, heavy rains checking the Ger German
man German advance, and the heavy iRussian
pressure in (East Prussia, the British
war experts predict adecided change
in favor of the allies this week. It
is realized, however, that" Russia
must dispose of the Austrian ad advance
vance advance Jbefore the invasion of 'East
Prussia and Galicia can (be complet completed
ed completed and the advance on Berlin re resumed.
sumed. resumed. RESTED AND REFITTED

After four days of desperate fight fighting,
ing, fighting, the (British armyyin France is
rested, refitted and reinforced for
the next great Ibattle.
Sir. John "French; commander of
the British expeditionary forces, re reports
ports reports that the British, after strug

gling against tremendous odds, re

tired to a new line of defense, where
they have not ibeeq, molested since

Thursday. Their casualties are Be

tween -five thousand and six thous-J

and. Since this" fighting ceased the
French on the right and left have

brought the German attack to a

standstill.

I 0 It JW I

IS ALL THAT CAN BE HEARD.
FROM SUPREME EFFORT OF
FRENCH TO CHECK THE,
GERMAX ADVANCE:
Paris, Aug., i3 1. The first great"
foattle iFrnch soil is raging today;
in a zigzag line from Villiers to
M on therm e. The Germans have re resumed
sumed resumed the offensive. IXo details are

obtainable except it is claimed the

'allies are holding their own."

IGNORANCE OF VON EDELSHEIM

IN MEMORIAM

IT IS AGGRAVATING

To Have a Bumper Cotton Crop and
Not be Able to Sell It

Washington, Aug. 30. According
to the report issued by the depart department
ment department of agriculture, August 25th,
the cotton crop this year is 7 8 as
against 68.2 for the same month last
year.

Charles A. Stewart
Whereas, the members of Branch
No. 1103, X. A, L. C, learn with
profound regret of the untimely
death of Chas. H. Stewart;
Whereas, the deceased -while letter
carrier in our city, was always con considerate,
siderate, considerate, with upright conduct, un unaffected
affected unaffected (honesty and sincerity; (be it
therefore
tResolved, that we tender to the
family of the deceased our heartfelt

sympathy .

Resolved, That a copy of these res resolutions
olutions resolutions be sent to the bereaved fam family
ily family and one entered in the minutes of

our ibranch.
J. S. LaRoche, President.
iH. Harold, Secretary.

Sawed "cedar posts, all heart, tor
sale; any quantities. Geo. W. Hyde,

Crystal River, Fla. 7-28-6t

Flower pots and jardinlers In all
sties at Ocala Seed Store. 8-lS-tf

Officers Laugh at Ills Ideas Regard Regarding
ing Regarding the American Army
Washington, Aug. &1. The Prus Prussian
sian Prussian general staff underestimates the

military prowess of the United
States, judging from the remarks of

General Von Edelsheim in hi3 memo memorandum
randum memorandum on the feasibility of an In

vasion of Aimenca. This was the

1
opinion of naval and military officers
interviewed here today. They were
slightly amused at some of Von Edel Edel-sheim's
sheim's Edel-sheim's ideas.
It was even suggested that scone
of these errors were so gross as to
lead to douibt that any member of the
Prussian general staff could have
foeen guilty of them.
According to the printed accounts,
General 'Von lEdelsheim declared:
At present the regular army of the
United States amounts to 65,000 men
of whom 30,000 could ibe disposed
or.

As a matter of fact there are 85,-

000 dn the American army, of whom;

outside of contingents in the Philip

pines, Hawaii, China, Porto Rico, the

Canal Zone, and the coast defenses,

about 4 0,000 men, according to an

estimate made today, could he put in

to the field. The size of the Ameri

can army can foe found in any annual

report of the secretary of war.

Armv officers were especially in

clined to laugh over the Prussian

general's Idea that out of our torces

"at least 10,000 are required for

waicning xne maian xerniunca.

Few Americans, they said, had to be

told fa aw ridiculous this is; in fact.

the Indian tribes would undoubted undoubtedly
ly undoubtedly supply some of the .bravest fight

ers of the United States volunteer

force.

Lastly, Von Edelsheim is credited

with asserting "the anilitia is not ef

ficient; it is partly armed with muz

zle-loaders, and its training Is worse

than its armament." The American
National Guardsmen are not armed

.with muzzle-loaders. They are armed

with Springfield rifles of the regular

army type; and there are now anore

than enough Springfields, of the

type used by the army, In the re reserve
serve reserve supply to equip an army of

500,000 men for the first line of de

fense.

V POPULAR HOTEL

t FOR SOUTHERNERS

fThe Hotel Churchill, at the corner.

of 14th street and Broadway, New

York City, is one of the imost popular

medium priced hotels in the city with
southern people. For many years the

house has enjoyed a splendid patron

age from southern people, fbotn

transient and those wno go o the
city to spend some time. The

Churchill brothers, who have operat

ed the hotel for a -good many years,
are attentive to their (business and

make their guests feel at Tiome bo
that they naturally return again

when in the city.

The Churchill is a home-like hotel.

centrally located, in the very heart
of the'&reat city, from which point

any place in town or the suburbs Is

easily accessible. The house is well
managed, liberally conductfcd, cleio,
airy and comfortable and the rates,
especially -by the week, are very

moderate. Of late the dining room

has ibeen conducted on the European

plan, which most of the patrons

seem to prefer.

The location of the Churchill Is on

one of the (busiest corners in the

world, and it is estimated that more

than a million people pas3 the corner

every day of the year. This vast,
restless throng, ever moving and

ever changing. Is a source of endless

wonder and interest to the visitor
from out of town.

Just now at the Churchill are GIrs.

Nona Ramsaur, CMiss Leontine Ram-

saur and "Miss Christine 'Hannah of

St. Petersburg, Mrs. arrou ana

daughter 'Merris, of Ocala, Editor

McCreary of 'the Gainesville Sun, "Mr.

and Mrs. fRutherford of Jacksonville

and one of the Quincy editors, and

there is seldom a time rwhen the

house does not have several Florida
guests.

REMARKABLE RECORD
FOR BU1CK AUTOS

Mr. J..0L Spencer, proprietor ot
the Ocala Gas Engine Works and
state agent for the Buick automobllev
sold 36 Buicks of the 1914 model
and says he has never opened his
catalog of parts sent out by .he fac factory
tory factory to order a single part for one of
the thirty-six. Mi. Spencer' is now
handling the 1915 models, having
received three of them several days
ago, two of which have been sold
and. delivered. T

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TWO

TOE OCALA EVEXI.VO STAlt, MOXDAY, AUGUST 31. lOtt.

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
KITTINGEIl & CARROLL, lltOIHIKTOItS
ft. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. LcnvetiKootl, Uusiness Manager
J. H. Renjamln, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

PHONE 51

SUUSCIUPTION RATES

(Domestic)
ftse year, in advance.

Itz months, in adrance,
fliree months, in advance
One month, ji advance.

2
13

(Foreign)
One year, in advance.
tx months in advance...
Th?te months, in advance.
Oes.- mooh, in advance.

.18.00
. 4.25

.SO

The blood and iroa crowd U iu ?,t UUmiau overrun the province and

saddle.

We haven't lie&rd'ihd GtanuAit ver version
sion version of that sea fight veu

Tomorrow, our lovely JfrLsd Se;
Icinfbcr .Morn, will K '-wiih u asrliu

We will bo just a veUo!Mf we
make ready to do same &3rMR$ ourselves.

iuhK their heads against the fort fort-of
of fort-of the Vistula or even reach
tiu XasX line of defense on the Oder."

Its a -might y poor s jec Iruon of a

man who
anyhow.

won'i lie Car country

:lf the French have as much pluck

now as tney had 'orty-cour years ago.

they will win.

x We are afraid our friends, ., the
French, were too derned previous in
taking the mourning: wreaths off
13at Stra&burg monument.

ll ariybody hands you a raw deal,
cook it. Jacksonville Metropolis.
Best advice ever given, if one is
only able to put it into effect.

The editor of the Star is indebted
to the Leesburg Commercial for a
very nice compliment, which he
prizes greatly, .because he knows it is
sincere. .:' ;

Thero was a hustling scene of in industry
dustry industry at the Board of Trade rooms
&Huniay afterhoon. The resolutions
of the farmers and truck; growers
nuvUng pf Aug. 12, of the later
meeting of the growers with the
transportation men on the 28th, and
a circular letter from the board, all
printed in a rush by the Star, were
sent out to the newspapers, the lead leading
ing leading growers and shippers, and all
other interested parties, to notify
them what was doing, andf call them
io the meeting for Sept. 8, at Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, to take measures to emanci emancipate
pate emancipate the Florida grower from the old
man of the sea,the commission man,
who has ridden on his iback these
thirty years. Secretary Rooney and
four assistants were fousy mailing
out the documents, and the way they
worked reminded the Star of a bunch
operating a steam thresher. All the
resolutions and notifications 'were
folded, inclosed and addressed and
in the postoffice by supper time. The
Marion County Board of Trade is
some worker.

' -Since nobody has mentioned it,
the iStar will ask how many know
;that Great Britain onqe fought all
'Europe, except .Russia, and wasn't
whipped.

The (Star expects two things to

iharen this week. One, that the
German vice will -find that it has
closed on a hig, unwiel'dy. jchunk of
fgrunite. 'The otherT that -green bay
! ,T. i i j.i i j. : in.

The Times-Union, in its Sunday

issue, gives Turkey some perfectly

goad advice to stay out of the war.

Just what we would "have written

our self if iwe 'had thought about it:

Borne friend of the sultan should
send him a imarked copy.

;ERha Japanese attack on Germany

looks very much like hitting a man

in the (back while hie 'has ihls hands

full in' front. Tamtp'a Times.

How about the way Germany help

ed (Russia to foully Japan out of Port

Arthur nineteen years ago?

Count von Berastoff, the German

ambassador to (America, is out with
an indignant denial of the charges

of outrages made against his coun

trymen .by the French and Bel-

gians. Count von iBemstoif needn t

fear that any sensible American will

believe that the soldiers of his

country are acting like savages, or

that they are doing anything in
France and Belgium that the French

and IBeigians wouldn't do in Ger

many; Tne Genmaitsr however, liave

several million men in the field, and

in the very nature of things some of

them are sure to act like 'brutes.

lAlso, the invasion of 'Belgium was

an unjustifiable outrage, and shoot

ing down the people for defending

their 'homes, wrecking: their cities

and other severities, may !be accord

ing to the rules of war, (but it is

crime, all the same," and can't the ex excused
cused excused by anyone Who (believes in jus justice
tice justice and mercy.

If Italy will take the Star's advice,

now is her time for a flank attack on
Austria and the dispatch of her

best "battle squadron to Trieste. If

ehe. remains neutral, and Austria
and. Germany win, they will punish

her severely for deserting the triple

alliance.

That uncivilized (barbarian Villa

eeems to have been quite a mild-

mannered gentleman compared with
the German officers who are causing

Belgians to -be shot and their 'f am

Hies turned out to starve or de

fending their homes. And we sup suppose
pose suppose the allies would Ibe 'as had if

the conditions were reversed.

The Star Observes that Mr. V. A.

Blount of 'Pensacola, 'for many years
attorney for the Louisville and Osash-

ville (railway, is a candidate tor the

same federal judgeship that Senator

Bryan has ibeen endorsed tfor !by the

Florida delegation in Congress, The

Star hopes that the administration

will have the presence of mind to

turn Mr. Blount's application down.

If he is appointed to a federal judge judgeship,
ship, judgeship, the smell of railroad oil would

always taint his ermine and render

the "people suspicious of his decis

ions.

Frisco fair along? Who's paying to
have these pocket pieces struck off?
'After Wcssels gets his 10 per cent;
Metcalf gets his little rake-off, and
the coins are paid for, and the clerks
and the postage bills are paid, and

the exiKfnse3 of the various commis commissions
sions commissions across the country to pick out
sites, and to lay cornerstones are de deducted
ducted deducted we ask what amount of the
one dollar you were held up for re remains
mains remains to he devoted o real public publicity?
ity? publicity? Clearwater Sun.
After reading the above, we are
compelled to alliteratively ejaculate:
Doesn't look like Powell dotes on
those pewter dollars!

THE OMA- REMEDY

from

The Star takes the followin
the Orlando Reporter-Star:

"From time to time the Reporter Reporter-Star
Star Reporter-Star has 'brought to the attention of
the public the fact that the Florida
Railroad Commission was responsible
for the failure of the Long and Short
Haul Act, passed by the. legislature
of 1912, to be put into effect. Al Although
though Although hearings were conducted at
several points in the State several
months ago the commission has nev never
er never rendered any decision. The act
remains on the statute books a dead
letter. In its effort to ascertain
what's the matter the Reporter-Star
asked iHon. Edwin Spencer, Jr.-, some
time ago to tell what 'he- knew 'a'bout
the. disposition of the case. Mr.
Spencer was the author of the (Long
and Short Haul Act, and represent represented
ed represented the Marion County (Board of
Trade ibefore the commission when
hearing on the Act was held in Ocala.
In a letter received today, Mr.
Spencer says:
"Friend Reese: Your letter re received.
ceived. received. I have been waiting 'for the
Board of Trade of Marion county to
furnish me with a transcript of the
record of the testimony taken at the
Ocala hearing before I made an effort

to write anything for publication on
the long and short haul matter. They

nave promised to do this ;but as yet
have not done so. This testimony
would furnish you with, a most inter

esting insight into the situation. I

do not understand how any ibody of

men in the 'world could 'have heard
the tes ti m o n y I n trod uced at O cala

even on the side of the railroad com

panies, without making some effort

to afford relief under the long and

short haul actr furthermore,, there is

absolutely no reasonable excuse why

he railroad commissioners should

not act upon the question one way or

the other; It; is: One brathose im impenetrable
penetrable impenetrable mysteries -which I cannot

atfroni. I imagine that the only way
k t.

to get reiiet is to eiect new com-

imissfoners.

."Yours- truly,
"Edwin Spencer, Jr."

stay. The German army Is the most

wonderful military machine ever con constructed
structed constructed -by the hand and brain of
man, but in the final reckoning of
history "a scrap of paper" will prove
more powerful than all the Kaiser's
legions.
If Berlin did not know that great
maxim of democracy, so much the
worse for Berlin.

I

SUFFS AFTER
OUR SENIOR SENATOR

. iThe Japanese are going to find the
Germans a'bout Tsing Tau will ibe ta

much, 'harder nut to crack than the

Russians at Port .Arthur.

The Tampa Sunday Times arrived

aa-oruiug to scneauie, ana it cer

tainly is a splendid paper. (Xewsily,

editorially and typographically, it is

the equal of any in the state. The

Star congratulates the Times staff
and hopes they will -be able to keep

their Sunday paper up to the stand

ard set tby the first issue.

:

'ine jreriuans give puoiicity to a

This time dispatch from Francis Joseph to

the Japanese are up against the reai

thing. .Metropolis.

well, if you thinK tney naa a

nvalkover at Port Arthur, you 'haven't
read the story of the siege very care

fully.

The fact that the war ihas cut down

the risible supply of silk faose will

probably 'have the effect of making

Kaiser IWilhelm, in which the former

tells the latter that God is helping
him to whip the French. It is more

than likely that all that, dispatch

hasn't (been published. It is proba
ble that it contained some such i

postscript as this: "Dear Bill: Can't

you spare the (Lord for a day or two

to come over here and help me out

against these pesky Servians. The

sons of guns are licking the stuffin

those that still remain among us

even more visible than in the past.- out of my best troops. Yours truly

Pensacola Journal.

We would not have heen surprised

to see this- in the Tampa Tribune, !but
In the Pensacola Journal it gives us

a jar.

Frank

The Paris correspondent of the

London Post doesn't think much of
the Russian successes in the east. He

eays: "In Paris there is an inclina

tion to make too much of iRussia's
successes, in East Prussia. German

forces on the (Russian frontier are
comparatively insignificant. Ger-

The Tampa Tribune is the first
morning paper to arrive in Ocala ev

ery day, and its popularity has

greatly increased since the war com

menced. Half a dozen smart iboys

are fousy sellinfig Tribunes in half

minute after the train gets in, and

there is always a big bunch looking
for them.- The Tribune grows (bet

ter every day.

Have you tbeen asked to pay one

The foregoing Is another proof
hat 'the people of Florida were a

prize- buneh of asses to allow two of

the present commissioners to be re

nominated.

A SCRAP OF PAPER

The .New York World very im

pressively marks out the difference

between'the spirits of popular govern-

rment and autocratic militarism in the

following:

"A Scrap of Paper?
"Just for a scrap of paper," ex

claimed the German Imperial Chan

cellor in his final Interview with tne

British Amhassador "just for a

scrap of paper Great Britain is going

to make war on a kindred nation!"

That "scrap of paper" was the

treaty guaranteeing the neutrality of

Belgium. The whole history of Hu

man liberty is written on just such

scraps of paper.

The IMagna Cliarta was "a scrap of

paper.

The Bill of Rights was "a scrap of

paper."

The Declaration of Independence

was "a scrap of paper.'

The Emanciption Proclamation was

"a scrap of paper.

The decisions of the United States

Sum-erne (Court and of the British

(Law SLords are "a scrap of paper.

For a hundred years "a scrap of

paper" has maintained an unbroken

peace between United States and the
British possessions of Canada along

an unfortified frontier of 3,000

miles.
The Glayton-Bulwer treaty was

scrap of paper," but the United States
despite the temptation, took no move

to construct an Isthmian canal unti

that scrap of paper could be amend

ed iwith the consent of both parties to

the contract.
The Hay-Pauncefote treaty is

scrap of paper," and one of the most

'brilliant moral victories won hy
President Wilson is the act of Con Congress
gress Congress which voluntarily repealed a vi violation
olation violation of the terms of that "scrap of
paper."
Respect for these scraps of paper
measures a nation's honor no less
than its freedom. Democracy itself
it . m mm i

is oaiy a scrap oi paper, dul it

A dispatch from Chicago says:
The congressional committee of the
National Woman Suffrage Associa Association
tion Association issued a formal "blacklist" to today
day today of the senators and representa representatives
tives representatives who are described as "implaca "implaca-ble
ble "implaca-ble foes of woman suffrage," and in
the case of the members of the lower
house, "obstructionists against hu humanitarian
manitarian humanitarian legislation in which the
women of America are interested."
The list embraces members of
both the republican and democratic
parties. The nine United States sen

ators whose defeat the women urged

are Brandegee of Connecticut, Flet

cher of Florida, Clarke of Arkansas,

Dillingham of 'Vermont, Gore of Ok Oklahoma,
lahoma, Oklahoma, Root of "New York, Shively

of Indiana, Smith of Maryland,

Lodge of Massachusetts.

CANT CARE FOR THE CONVICTS

A naval stores operator who is one

in a corporation that operates with

convict labor was in Palatka yester

day, fresh from Tallahassee, where

convict lessees have just had a meet

ing to see if some arrangements

could not ibe imado with the state

whereby they could ;be released from
the care of their convicts, at least

until there is a revival in the naval

stores (business. The state Is willing

tn grant an extension on the pay

ments to these operators, tout is not
willing to release them from their

contracts to provide. for the convicts

till the end of their lease. The gen gentleman
tleman gentleman In question stated that his

company would he. willing to forfeit

ts bond, but It could not and would

not continue to care for convicts
until the expiration of their leases.

He said they would turn the convicts

oose first. -Palatka "News.,
flf any convict lessee turns con

victs loose, he is liable to criminal

prosecution. However, Jt isn't right

for the state to drive any of them

nto -bankruptcy. The state should

take the convicts off the hands of

such naval stores men as can't sup

port' them and put them to work on

the roads. This will be a ibig un

dertaking, (but It. would only 'be one

of the many emergency measures

that the war calls for..

In order to ease the strain on the

lessees as much as possible, the

board of commissioners sof state In Institutions
stitutions Institutions has passed the following

resolution:

"Resolved, That if the lessees of

the state prisoners wffl file with the

'board the written consent of the

sureties upon the bonds given hy

them to protect their respective con contracts
tracts contracts for the hire of state prisoners

to the extension of time for. making

advance quarterly payments due un

der said contracts to ie made Octo

ber 1, (1914, the time for making

payments of the quarterly advance
payments due under said contracts,

and no interest will lye Charged upon

these deferred payments."

(Col. Bob McXamee of- Dixie has

become excited and wants the Unit

ed States to join Germany against

Japan and the other heathen. The

Star ibegs to dissent. If 'Emperor

Bill wins this war, it won't (be many
moons before he tries to drive a six-

horse ultimatum thru our Monroe
doctrine, and so Japan Is welcome to
do all she can to keep him from winning.

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FACE TO FACE WITH
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fcnans are quite content to let the dollar for a pewter coin to help the t looses forces that no autocracy can

War About to Stop Factories in Xeu Xeu-tral
tral Xeu-tral Countries All Over the
World
uew York, Aug. SI. With the
Welsh and Belgium coal fields Idle
and the .Russian fields cut off from
trade, neutral countries all over the
world are faced with a fuel famine
and may have to shut down electric
lighting and heating plants and sus suspend
pend suspend railway transportation In conse consequence.
quence. consequence. Thi3 is due to a paralysis of trade
routes of the Atlantic ocean. As soon
as these are opened up the United
States will sell immense quantities
of coal at nigh prices, and coal opera operators'
tors' operators' will reap, fortunes.
Just at present urgent cable mes messages
sages messages from almost every nation in
Central and South America and from
Italy, Sweden, Switzerland, Xorway
and Hollandare being received here,
begging for coal at any price.
Their light, power motive plants
have only a supply for about two
months In most cases, a prominent
coal dealer said here today. This
is a very narrow margin and It is

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The foreign consumer, because of
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ed doubled in price.

The shippers of coal ar hoplns
that a naval victory by the British
will open the seas and that the HI
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German and British bottoms cow in
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AJdA OUAM EVENING STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 31. 1914.

HISTORY REPEATING ITSELF?

ents of Tcnlay as Compared with

tThose of the Franco-Prussian Yar

1-
if Forty-Four Years Ago

y Herbert Temple, European Man Manager
ager Manager of the International 'News
Service)

In the appallng international war

w rending all 'Europe, in which

pf the earth and its people is in-

ed, the 'mind of the world inevi-

ly goes foack to the sanguinary

aneo-tPrussfan war of 1870-1871.

I great many people ndw alive re re-j'miber
j'miber re-j'miber vividly that short-lived but
bmentous struggle, .that changed

map of (Europe, hut younger gen-

pons are not so well acquainted

f

Xh

1

the history of the conflict.

f

jThe war now rbeing fought across
!? 'Atlantic contains many, "deadly
jrallels" of the war of 1870 and af af-jds
jds af-jds ample proof that "Sfhistory re re-jits
jits re-jits itself."

In both instances, apprehension

the growing strength of German
s the real cause of the conflagra conflagra-n,
n, conflagra-n, though in each case, a remote

purrence as seized upon as the

ensible reason for fighting. In

70 ranee del cared war on Ger-

ny -directly ibecause of Prussia's

tempt to place Prince Leopold of
Ihenzollern on the thronce of

lin; in 1914 the powers of the

pie entente declared twar on Ger-

ny 'because the kaiser ioinerl forf;-

with 'Austria-Hungary when that

er declared war on Servia; but

)ih Instances, fear of German vs

endancy and apprehension for the
alance of power" of Europe -was
i real vause of the conflict.
In this war, much of the fighting
it 'has occurred has. (been' on the

ne soil that was
lench and Prussian

fir years ago, and it is not imp rob-

lie that the decisive struggle will

ke place not many miles from

lan, "the 'Waterloo of the Second
lplre," where the if ate of France
s practically settled in September,

70.

The Franco-Prussian war Jbegan

jly 17, 1870, ,and ended officially

fn tne signing or the treaty of

ice May 10, US71, though 'fighting

ised several months ibefore that
te. Germany was victorious and

drenched in
iblood forty-

r.

ance lost a big cash indemnity and

3 provinces of Alsace and (Lorraine
iere much of the preliminary fight-

ce. ; -'- ; v
Perhaps the greatest result of the

jief fwar was the solidifying of the

rlous kingdoms -and states of Ger Ger-my
my Ger-my into the present German Em Em-e,
e, Em-e, with the king of -Prussia as the

iperor, Ibrough about byj Count

T- tfx iT" X. 1 t I T

jsmarK.'flixer rrmte, me iron
Vancellor." v
IThougn the former war originat originat-!
! originat-! in the jealousy of the French
Inperor, Napoleon of the grow growth
th growth importance of Prussia, thru
e successful issue of the war with

nmark in 1864 and with Austria
1866, (matters came to a 'head

ine 25, 1870,, with the abdication

Queen Isabella II, of Spain. tAnx tAnx-us
us tAnx-us to strengthen his tottering
rone !by a successful war against
e hereditary foe of the French na-

pn, Dvapoleon III. seized upon the

implications furnished by the po-

ticaJL situation in Spain, as a pre-

c ifor twar against Prussia.
Hien Queen Isabella deposed in

1868, formally abdicated in 1870,
the foreign 'governments were offic officially
ially officially notified on July 4, and on the
same day, it was announced that in
'Berlin that Prince (Leopold Hohen-zollern-Sigmaringen,
a connection of
King William of Prussia ,had con consented
sented consented to (become a candidate for the
Spanish throne. .His consent was
said to nave the consent of the King
and in Paris it was asserted that the
Prussian monarch urged his relative
to take the, throne as a direct slap
at France.
The news caused intense excite excitement
ment excitement in the French capital and im immediately
mediately immediately war talk filled the air, for
even then the hot-heads of France
were always seeking excuse for at attacking
tacking attacking their ancient enemy, Prus Prussia,
sia, Prussia,
r It was a momentous day in Paris.
Threatening speeches against Pras Pras-sia
sia Pras-sia were made in the Chamber of
(Deputies, and Immediately the
French foreign minister, the Due de
Grannmont, caused strong represen representations
tations representations to be made at Berlin of the
displeasure with which France view viewed
ed viewed the aspirations of 'Prince iLeopold
tothe throne of Spain. Finally, on
July 12, after much negotiation and
the intervention of Great Britain,
Prince iLeopold, with the consent of

his sovereign, withdrew bis candi

dature.
But this did not deter the am ambitious,
bitious, ambitious, but misguided Third Napol Napoleon.'
eon.' Napoleon.' On the following day, acting
under instructions from the Emper Emperor,
or, Emperor, 'M IBenedetti, (French ambassador
to Prussia, unceremoniously address addressing
ing addressing King William at Ems, insolently
demanded that Prussia guarantee
that no further attempt ever would
be made to place a Prussian on the
throne in iMadrid. The king refused
to listen to Benedetti and curtly
terminated the interview. -He also
sent a copy of the French demand to
Count Bisimark with orders that he
make use of it.
News of this occurrence further
inflamed Paris, and on July 15, Na Napoleon
poleon Napoleon II. decided on war. His de decision
cision decision was ratified by the Chamber
and France's 'formaly declaration of
war against Prussia reached Berlin
July 19, 1870. V

State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas, county, s. s.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business
in the city of Toledo, county and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will
pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case of
Catarrh that -annot be cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh. Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of Dec December,
ember, December, A. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON,
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in internally
ternally internally and acts directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send 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.
LABOR DAY AT ANTHONY

Relief When
Otierly Worn Ort

letting the Blood in Order

Is Required By Most
People.

4 :

,t only for the discard, try S. S. S. for the

wkI. it will surprise jou to Know wmi
hn be done for health once the blood 1
Meased c the excess of body wastes that
leep it from exercising its full measure of
lodily repair.
I if tou reel played out, go to any drug
tore and ask for a bottle of S. S. S. Here
k ajfmedy that gets at work in a twink twink-LrT
LrT twink-LrT It just naturally rushes right into
lou'r blood, scatters germs right and left,
J'. M down and sideways.
fyb feci better at once, not from a stim stim-IantVnot
IantVnot stim-IantVnot from the action of drugs, but
from the rational efTect of a natural medl-
pThe' ingredients" in S. S. S. serve the
LAve purpose of so stimulating the cellular
Sues cl : the bedy that they pick out from
:Le blood their own essential nutriment g
Ihus repair work begins at once. The relief
1 ti oil nvpr the system.

not ne-lect to'get a bottle of S, S. S.
ofay. It wifl : mke jon feel better in Jt
few minutes. It is prepared only in the
S "offtelifc" of the many strangecon strangecon-'itfoM
'itfoM strangecon-'itfoM that, afilct the human family by
;-tascn of Impoverished blood.

. The citizens of Anthony and vicin vicinity
ity vicinity and of Sparr and Oak. are re requested
quested requested to meet at the lAnthony cem cemetery
etery cemetery on Tuesday morning Septem September
ber September 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 orier of

' Committee.

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

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

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

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

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

. If you need hardware, give up a
call. Ocala Seed Store. S-lS-tf

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

Not New to Her.
A party of Clevelanders entertained
some holiday visitors recently, and
having showed them everything in interesting
teresting interesting in Cleveland proper, they
had to take them out to Newburg for
a view of the asylum. The superin superintendent
tendent superintendent was in a genial frame of mind,
and he conducted the bunch personal personally.
ly. personally. "Here is a queer case, ladies," he
said, pausing at a particular cell. "This
man has the delusion that he pos

sesses the motive power that runs th&
universe. He is perfectly harmless,
but he actually believes that without
him the world would not move.
Strange notion, isn't it?" "Why, not
at all!'' exclaimed one of the women.
"My husband .has the same idea, and
he always has had it. Is he crzy,
too?" Cleveland Plain Dealer.

PE

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OF A
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PIANO
WITH OTHEHS.
The "direct down-stroke" pedal
action with corresponding move movement
ment movement of bellows of the Kimball
save3 you a pound or more at
every stroke of the foot.
Why expend double the energy
required?

K. Jm I mmmm I "'X laras""'

One of the TEX features of the
KIMBALL PLAYER
PIANO
"Xever-played pianos taken
in exchange.
Sold on partial payment plan
If -desired.

HERBERT LATTNER
"Artistic Pianos."
OCAIiA FLORIDA

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

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

NOTICE

iat

AH tires and tubes sold 'at the

establishment of "Davle3 the tire
man" from July 1, wilr be sold only

for CASH, but with, a 5 dis

count. 6-28-tf

NOT SO STRANGE AFTER ALL

You may think it strange that so

many people are cured of stomach
trouble by Chamberlain's Tablets.

You would not, however, df.v you
should give 'them a trial. They

strengthen -and invigorat the
stomach and enable it to perform its

tunctiens naturally. Mrs. Rosie Rish
of Wabash, Ind., writes, "Nothing
did me the, least good until I began
using Chamberlain's Tablets. It is
decidedly the best medicine for
stomach trouble J have ever used."
For sale by all dealers. Adv.
AN ORDINANCE

An Ordinance Discontinuing that
Portion of North Third Street
Lying Between Blocks Seventy Seventy-Nine
Nine Seventy-Nine and Eighty, Old Survey,
Ocala.
Whereas, That piece of ground
lying .between brocks seventy-nine
and eighty Old Survey, of the city of
Ocala, and designated on Bruton's
map of said survey as part of North
Third street, has never been opened
or used as a street, and the same is
not needful or available as a public
thoroughfare or street; and,
Wrhereas, 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.

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

one." For sale by all dealers. Ad

MONTEAGLE
SUMMER RESORT

If ;oj wish to go away tor the
summer please correspond with Mrs.
E. W. Williams, who conducts the
Cumberland Mouse at Monteagie,
Tenn. Pa'es, $7 to ?10 per week.
Two montho 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 Hjupe, Monteagie, Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. 6-13-tf

THE CASE OF L. L. CANTELOL

The z?se of L. L. Cantelou, C!are C!are-ion,
ion, C!are-ion, Tea3, is similar to that of many
others who have used Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme Remedy.
dy. Remedy. He says, "After trying a doctor
for several months and using dif different
ferent different kinds of medicine for my wife
who had been troubled with severe
bowel complaint for several months,
I bought a 25c bottle of Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy.. After using the second bot bottle
tle bottle she was entirely cured." For sale
by all dealers. Adv.

SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE

Southbound
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
n.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. o..
No. 9 limited yaves Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
ori.; arrives Tampa 6 pt m.
Northbound
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrive.
Jacksonville 6:4b a., m.
.No. 4 local leaves Tampa 9 a. m.;
arrives Ocala 1:12 p. m.; leave
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No. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p.
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for MALARIA or CHILLS d. FEVER.
Five or six doses will break any case, and
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. ft acts on the liver better than
Calomel and does not ripe or sicken. 25c

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A GeniiMinic Java amfll Moca

In 1 lb. 'Packages Always Fresh Roasted
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By the way, come and see those little solid alcohol stoves, 75 cents.

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PHONE 163

OCALA, FLORIDA

Tine Sftaip WHfl Not Give Away

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BUT it WILL give each and EVERY subscriber who pays a year for the Daily Star, a $5 Coupon
Book, redeemable at its face value by any of the Ocala Business Houses mentioned below, or for a.
Weekly star subscription a $1.50 book redeemable for that amount. Past duo subscriptions, Dal
ly or Weekly, will get a book for each year paid.
The following firms of Ocala will allow you the discounts set opposite their names on' all cash pur purchases
chases purchases made when' Star Subscription Coupons are presented at the time of making purchases:

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Marion Hardware Company, Hardware 5 per cent
J. J. Gerig, Drugs (Postofflce drugstore & Annex Drugstore) 5 per cent
Knight & Lang, Wagons, Buggies, etc 5 per cent
A. E. Burnett, Jewelry 5 per cent
E. G. Rivers, Gents Furnishings. ..... 3 per cent
Smith Grocery Co. (Except Feed Stuffs and Special Sales
Day Bargains. ..... .- ...... 5 per cent
Hayes & Guynn, Dry Goods 3 per cent
Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture.. . 10 per cent
A. M. Lansford, Music Dealer. ....... . . 10 per cent
Miss Mary Affleck, Millinery. 3 per cent
B. Goldman, "Why Tay More?"...?. .. 5 per cent
Little's Shoe Parlors, Shoes. 3 per cent
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To Illustrate how the plan will save you money and bring back the equivalent in cash, just what
the paper has cost you either the Evening Star or Weekly Star: Suppose your first call, after recelv recelv-Ingfithe
Ingfithe recelv-Ingfithe coupon book Is at the grocery etore. you trade twenty dollars worth,, you give the clerk $19 or
your check, and he will tear out of your book $1 worth of coupons and your bill Is paid. You have
gtflten back a dollar of your subscription money.- Your next purchase is at the furniture house, whose
name you see on the back of the coupon ( and you are pleased when you see they will give 10 per
cent, discount); you buy a bedfor $10 $9 In cash and $1 worth of coupons squares you at this place.
You've saved $2 already. Your purchase at the drugstore Is $5 $4.75 nnd a 25c coupon straight straightens
ens straightens you there. Suppose the purchase is only $1 at the next store; 95 cents in cash and a 5 cent
coupon pays it. Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; it would take your entire
$5 coupon book, but It would save you a FIVE DOLLAR BILL.
Just keep in mind, when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat your cake and keep it too,"
if you take advantage of our MERCHANTS' CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
paper, come in, pay up and get a book. If you are not now taking the Evening Star or the Weekly
Star, come In and do it now, and get a coupon book. You can send yor remittance by registered
letter, check or express money order, and coupon book will be mailed to your address.

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(If you have any items for this
Ir. Paul Gates left Sunday morn morning
ing morning for his home in Macon, Ga., after
a few days spent with friends and
relatives in this city.
Mr. and IMrs. T. Burkhardt arriv arrived
ed arrived yesterday from their summer trip
to Washington, (Baltimore and Rich
mond, Va.
aiiss Xona Se'fell has returned to
her home in Brqtoksville after a visit
of seme length -to' her sister, .Mrs.
John P. Galloway in this city.
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TAfiire rittlson wahoTnSunday
morning to IMr. and '.Mrs. Oscar W.
Cordero, at their home on South Or Orange
ange Orange street. ""
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' rMr. W. C. Dorsett has returned to
Atlanta after a visit of a few days
in the city a3 the guest of Dr. Paul
Gates at the home of his mother,
3Irs. Ida V. Gates and family.
The Eastern Star sewing
will meet -with 'Mrs. I. I.
Wednesday afternoon at
o'clock.
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3Irs. Kate Howell and children,
who "have been spending some weeks
at the Connor cottage on North iLake
Weir, have returned home.
'Miss Bailie Bird Young, the effi efficient
cient efficient ladies' dress goods saleslady in
the !Helvenston store, who has been
enjoying her vacation for the past
fow weeks, returns to her duties to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning.
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Miss Florrie Condon of Ocala has
been the guest of. iMrs. Paul Ed Edwards
wards Edwards tfor some time, returning home
the first of the week. 'Citrus County
Chronicle.
Judge 33. fH. Carlton and wife of
Arcadia will arrive Wednesday ioy
an extended visit to their dauglitr
and son-in-law, iMri and Mrs. II. M
iHampton.
' 22iv.. J. H. Spencer returned
.".morning 'from his summer home
,tne guir, accoarananiea idv Mr. a
airs. Will OoiK and Misses ESmmff
v and Sidney Perry, who -have ibeen
enjoying the hospitality of that fa-
mous home for the past 'week.
: -MjWilburjCaidton-1eft today for
Writesville, Ga., after a visit of sev several
eral several weeks to his sister, -Mrs." 'H. M.
Hampton and family. Mr. Carlton
is professor of JDatin and French in
..the Writesville College. f
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?Itev. IBunyan (Stephens returned
home Saturday night from a. month's
Vacation from this ministerial, duties
in this city. iRev. Stephens "has (been
the guest of relatives at IShelbyiville,
Ky. iMrs. Stephens and Master Me Me-Clure
Clure Me-Clure will remain until cooler
weather before returning 'home.
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Mrs. Arthur I. Izlar entertained
the 'Fannie IR. Gary Missionary So
ciety of the (Baptist church this
ernoon at 'her 'home at its re,
monthly tmeeting. rThe 'program for
'the afternoon was thoroughly enjoy enjoyed,
ed, enjoyed, the principal topic of the vccas
ion (being "(The iBuilding in the &and
of Flowers." 'Refreshing iced
and rolled wafers were served at the
conclusion of the (meeting.
Mrs. iE. L. Carney wa3 hostess
Saturday evening in compliment to
- IVIis-s Kate Carlton and Mr. Wilbur
Carlton. iRook was the popular
game of amusement for the evening,
GHASE & SANBORN'S
Famous Tea
Packed in Air Tight
Containers
Diamond Sixty, -lb .
Diamond Sixty, -lb .
Orange Peko, 4 -lb ....
Orange Peko, -lb ....
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unoi, r ormosa-uoioong, ?2
Basket Fired Japan. 2-lb
Emperor's Blend, Green and
Black, -lb. .........
Emperor's Blend, Green and
Black, -lb. ...........
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.35c
Seal Brand, Enough Said, lb. .40c
Fancy" Formosa-Ooloong, M -s 25c
Fancy" Formosa-Ooloong, Jg-s 50c
''Fancy" Ceylon, India, .'-s....25c
Fancy" Ceylon India, J-s. . .50c
Fancy" English Breakfast 25c
"Fancy" English Breakfast U-s 50c
fjiecial Ceylon India, Y -lb.:... 30c
Special Ceylon India 1-lb ....... 60c
. K. Teapot Grocery,
OCAI4A, FLORIDA
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the tables being placed in the large
sitting room and the game thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly enjoyed for several hours, after
which IMrs. Carney served delicious
fruit jellatine with whipped cream
and cake. Her guests upon this oc occasion
casion occasion were Misses Carlton. iMarv
Burford, Annie Davis, Mrs. R. A.
Burford, Jr;, 'Messrs. Carlton, J. D.
McDonald, J. "M. Thomas and Clar Clarence
ence Clarence MefferU
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-5tls3 "Mary Marshall, superin ten cli client
ent client of the 'Mapon County .Hospital,
will leave tomorrow for West Virgin Virginia,
ia, Virginia, where she wil spend her vaca-
tion month with relatives at her old,
home.
Mr. Frank Drake received a
cablegram from Mr. R. C. Camp
last night saying that he and Mrs.
Camp are in London, and all is well
with them. Mr. Camp says they land landed
ed landed at iRotterdam, but turned back
the same day and went to London,
where they have (been ever since.
(Mr. Camp has said nothing about
when they will return' home.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Vernon Clyatt and
sons of Fort Qleade, who are stop stopping
ping stopping at Green Springs, were the
guests of Rev. and 'Mrs. J. L. 'Moon
Sunday. Clearwater Xews.
Mr. Clyatt is a brother of Mr. W.
W. Clyatt of this city and formerly
resided here.
(Mr. and Mrs. 'Hugh Boring of
Ocala arrived in Daytona Tuesday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon and spent the night with
Mrs. Bering's mother and sister,
preparatory to going over to the
ocean (beach for a 'period of a week
or more for rest and recuperation
for Mr. Boring, who has recently
ibeen ill. iDaylona-Gazette.
"Misses IMary and Miriam Conner
left !this imorning for their vacation
trip. They sailed today from Jack
sonville on an M. &iM. Jboat for Bal
timore, wheref they will attend the
great "Star 'Spangred Banner" cen-
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tenary in thejonument City. From
Baltimore, they will go to Frederick,
Md., tp visit Mr. and
Mrs. G. W.
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The Florida Equal Franchise
League of Jacksonville is preparing
to edit a 1914-To "Blue BooTs." The
work is (being carried on oinder the
direction of the president of the
league, -'Mrs. IR. C. Cooley, assisted
toy .the competent memhers of the
Iboard, some of whom are 3Irs.K. )F.
iMetcalf and "Miss Frances (Anderson,
formerly of this city.
Among the hundreds of guests at
tending the regular weekly dinner
dance at Grove Park Inn at iAshe-
villeville, on fThursday last, were IMr.
and IMrs. Jack Camp and their
guests, Mrs. William (Hooker or this
city and Mrs. Camp's sister, Miss
Xurney of Sufjfelk-Va
Mrs. iE. Van Hood left this after
noon on the limited for Tuscaloosa,
Ala., where she .-jvill 'be the honor
guest of her g?fandchildren during
their imother'sSbsenee in 'DesMoines,
lowa, where 'My. collier goes tor a
month's visiVto 'her sister, Mrs. Lew
Miss 'Nellie Stevens has returned
from her visit to Lakeland, and in a
day or two will go to iLake Weir for
a few days' visit with ;Mrs. J. J.
Gerig.
;Mrs. J. Jr. Fhillips ana two sons,
Sam- and J. (P.. Jr.. leave tomorrow
morning for O'Brien, where they will
visit IMrs. Phillips' mother, Mrs.
iBarber and sister, Mrs. Halley
Blitch.
tine county juage nas issued a
marriage license for Mr. iV. J. Part-
ridge-and'Mrs. 'Amy O.'Gorliam.
Miss AVillie Proctor of iEureka, on
the way to Dade City, where she wil
teach school this fall and winter,
spent SundajVon-'the city, the guest
of !Mrs. Iaura "Wellhoner.
Qliss Susie L.amhert of Citra pass
ed through Ocala yesterday en route
to (Daytona, 'where she will teach
school during the coming session.
The county judge has issued
marriage license to Mr. Walter Wil
liams and Miss Jessie Camthers.
Dr. W. K. Iiane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Xose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
A lot of new boks at The Murray
Company. 8-2 0-3 1
All kinds of music and music
makers at The Murray Co. 8-2 7-3 1

GAME WITH GAINESVILLE

Or Williton this Week Starke will
Give Us Revenge Next Week
(Manager Hunter confidently ex expects
pects expects a lall game with either Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville or Williston next Thursday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. With either, there will ibe
a good game.
The Starke team is expected here
to give Ocala another licking next
week. Several' Ocala players, how however,
ever, however, have confidentially informed
the Star that the jinx has been ex
orcised, and they intend to oe re
venged on Starke."
IRXOVATIXG THE
BOARD OF TRADE ROOM
Secretary Rooney and his staff are
busv rearranging the Board or Trade
room, and pulling everyining iu uti-
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The Star will tell about it when the
job is finished.
XEIGHBORIIOOI) WORKING
FOR NORTH OCALA CHURCH
The
devout and public-spirited
people,
who are ibuilding an union
church in North Ocala, are meeting
with merited success, and will soon
have the house ready for use. The
committee in charge asks the Star
to print the following notice of a
working next Wednesday, and we
hope people from all over town will
go over in the north end and help in
the good work:
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The committee of North Ocala
Union church will give a free work
ing next Wednesday and all who are
interested in this work are cordially
invited to come over and help us.
There will ibe dinner on the grounds
for those who work: Any lady who
will contribute towards the dinner
will confer a great favor. Thanking
you in advance for your kindness, we
are, truly yours, The Committee.
LEWIS-HOWARD
A telephone message was received
in the city this afternoon announcing
ithe .marriaee" of "Miss Sarah Pearl
ijewis of Tennessee and Olr. C. T.
Howard at Crystal River last nig'ht.
This news eosmes as quite a surprise
to their many friends in this city,
although a few of their intimate
friends knew of their engagement.
'Mr. and 'Mrs. Howard will ? spend
their honeymoon on the ;beautiful
launch "Jucie." -which has ibeen
moored on the river.
The Star has received a letter"
from Major Izlar, who with Mrs. Iz
lar is having, a rest at Tryon, s. C
The major, like most old-fashioned
(South Carolinians, is well pleased
over the defeat of Blease. '-
Three or -four cases In city court
this morning. Assistant Recorder
It. B. iBullook presided. Mr. Bul
lock makes as good a judge as he
does an attorney. which Is saying a
great deal.
Llr. Jaxter iJarn, asking lor war
news, wants to know what is going
on in 'Mexico. Seems like we did
hear or a little place caned 'Mexico a
long time ago, but we have forgotten
where it is.
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There was a wreck on the Coast
One somewheres .south of here Sun
day. The wrecker went thru early
in the day, and' went back in the
evening, pulling a dead engine and
several cars, much the worse for
wear, rne local raiiroaa men could
NO DINNER
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WITHOUT
ICE CREAM
AND
THERE
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Belter Than
That Made Here, o
We take a special pride
in nnaking the lUUEt
SWEET, VELVETY KIND
that has "become so popular
with Ocalans. We serve it
at the fountain, also in any
quantity desired. Free de delivery
livery delivery to any part of the
city in quantities of one
quart and upward.
Phone 284
Court Pharmacy
Tell your physician to
leave your prescriptions
here. Pilling them is. our
specialty.
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portant part of My Lady s wardrobe for this fall and
coming winter. You will want them to be the newest
creations and designs. Here you Will find just that.
OUR MOTTO
In our Ready-to-wear Department is:
"Only the Newest Things and Mew Ones Every Day"
These of course are made up in air of the fashion fashionable
able fashionable fabrics: CREPE-DE-CHINE, SILK POPLINS,
GEORGETTE CREPES and SERGES.

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UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rant and Similar Local Heeds
FOR RENT The Jones cottage, ten
rooms or part, at south side of
Lake Weir, on hard 'road! H. X.
Xold, Weirsdale, Fla. 8-20-3t
FOR SAIiE A fine yearling Jersey
ibull for sale or service. J. A.
Lrogan, Weirsdale, Fla. 8r25-6t
FOR RENT Eight room house on
Oklawaha- avenue; modern fixtur fixtures
es fixtures for water, gas and. electricity;
conveniently located; possession
can be given by September 10 th.
Apply to Mrs. O. T. Green, Ocala
Fla: 8-27-6t dly
FOR SA1E For a quick deal I will
sell my ten acre tract In section 19
near Fort 'McCoy for $225. J. S.
Herman, 3318 E. 48th street,
Cleveland, Ohio. 8-29-7t
FOR SALE A seven acre orange
grove, containing 100 bearing
tree3, -2 miles from station and
14 -mile from lake front and post-
office. Address, 'Mrs. L. K. Bishop,
Weirsdale. Fla. 8-2 9-1 1
FOR SALE Xo. 5 Underwood type
writer; practically new and in
good condition. Phone 355 or
address P. O. Box 28. 9-31-3t
FOR SALE OR 'EXOHA-Ntra Jr'or
cattle and hogs, 20 mules and
eisrht "horses. J. R. Williams, Cit
ra, Fla. 8-3 1-8 t
A HEAVY BURDEX
a Tinri Tinclc flakes Life Miserable
for Many Ocala People
A bad back is heavy burden.
a burden at nierht when bedtime
comes.
Just as (bothersome in the morning.
rar &rv Dnan's Kidney Pills for
xT-nw hor are for Kianei oacs-
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anho for otner Kianey 111s.
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Tf vou don t some ocau people
do.
"Read a. case of it
.Mrs. M. A. Frost of 423 Broadway,

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you ought to have? We belleVer'yotf" are. Most of our customers are
satisfied, and we are proud of the fact. But If there ds anytnlng wrong
in our relations we want to know it XOW, so we can do ;our part la
straightening it out beforo the rush days come.
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We must make room for the Xew Fall and Winter 3IHUnery
-which is now being made up and will begin to arrive within

the next feu- weeks. Come in
now offering from
Everytlilng sold during the

fee Jessie Mayc

XEXT IKK)Il TO 5LVSTKUS
fered from kidney trouble. I had a
dull pain in my back and if I caught
cold or got tuy feet "wet, I was worse.
I couldn't rest well at night and got
up in the morning feeling tired and
depressed. I was also troubled by
dizziness and was in bad shape when
I got Ioans Kidney Pills at "the
Carlisle Drug Co. In a few days they
brought me relief and continued -use
cured me."
Price 50c. at all dealers. Tnnt
simply ask for a kldnev remedr

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Have you tried that good 50 ecus
candy at
35 cents.
Gerlg's? This week
For one week only. Cadet Cbc re relates
lates relates 35 cents for one full pound, :
Gerlg's Drugstores.



THE OCAiiA EVENING. GXAR. MONDAY, AUGUST 31. 1014.

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imiGHTEX UP YOUIi HOME.
AVE'VE GOT THE GOOD I'AIXTS.
IT WILL PHESEHVE YOUU HOUSE AXI) BARN TO PAINT

THEM; THIS PAYS.

ASK -YOUR AVI IE IF SHE DOESN'T WANT THE HOUSE
PAIXT KB FRESHLY AND BEAUTIFULLY.

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HOSTILITIES AVERTED.

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-k-iST PAINTED OR PAPERED or any INTERIOR

DECORATING done be sure to see us before
letting your work out. We use nothing but first
class material and have had
OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
. W guarantee to give, entire satisfaction.
S. J. Clupka & Walter Tagg
P. O. BOX 428 OCALA, FLA,
Estimates Given

ACCURACY

SEOljitlTY

Marion County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 1882.
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YOU'LL CAPTIVATE "HER"
if you make us your Tailors. We
will make you charmingly present presentable
able presentable in your outward apparuiice.
As stylish Tailors we easily take the
lead in this vicinity., -The best ma materials,
terials, materials, choicest patterns, sure fit,
stylish cut, and careful finishing
make the men who wear our Suits
the envied among their fellows.
And they are generally first favor favored
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(Copyright, 1914, by the McClure Newspa Newspaper
per Newspaper Syndicate.)
A truly awe-inspiring footman in liv livery
ery livery led Craymore down the stairs,
whispered to another footman stand standing
ing standing by the heavy portiers, and with withdrew
drew withdrew noiselessly. This second foot footman
man footman held aside the old tapestry,
which had undoubtedly worn thin the
lingers of cloistered nuns centuries
ago, and announced: "Mr. Robert With With-ington
ington With-ington Craymore," In a loud, clear
voice, to which no one seemed to pay
the least attention, and stood aside for
Craymore to enter.
.Craymore found himself in a room
filled with men in somber evening
clothes and the most gorgeously
gowned women he had ever seen.
A stout little bald-headed man near
the door, who could not have hnped
hearing the announcement of his ume,
said: "Hello, Craymore, old chap," as
Craymore passed him, and a pretty
young woman just beyond nodded to
him brightly.
He found himself at last before a
dull, bored-looking man, who'stooped
down and whispered, even as he
clasped Craymore's hand: T never
could remember names!"

"Craymore," the young man replied
with that engaging smile he knew so

well how to use.

"Of cout se, of course," said the bored

man rather apologetically. "Ought to
remember 'em better, but can't seem

to get the hang of doing it. My dear,

he turned to the stout, voluble woman

beside him, "here is Craymore."
Thus he washed his hands of Cray

'more and went on looking drearily

bored.

"Oh, Mr. Craymore, so good of you

to come. Where have you been hiding

yourself, naughty boy? Are you in se seclusion
clusion seclusion trying for holy orders? One
would think so from all we see of you
these days. Oh, Alice, I want you
to know Mr. Craymore. Craymore,
Miss Leyden. You lucky girl! No one
tangoes quite like Mr. Craymore. Run
along, now, and prove to her how
truthful I am. And don't forget a
dance with me at 11!"
Thus did she dismiss Craymore and
continue being voluble. It was really
easier than Craymore had supposed.
He tangoed in the big, glaring gold
and white ballroom with Alice Ley

den, and when a man came to claim
her at the end of the dance he was
told how divinely he danced, and
passed on to a Miss Greig, who chat chattered
tered chattered while she danced.
At the end of that dance. Miss Greig
being promptly claimed, he found him himself
self himself quite free. He found a sort of
conservatory just off the ballroom,

with little orange trees in bloom and
a tiny fountain plashing musically into
a big pool of Japanese goldfish.
He sat down to adjust things. He

had done the thing and it was ridicu ridiculously
lously ridiculously easy. It almost spoiled it all to

think there had been nd more call to
use his wits. V
Then his thought were interrupted
by a girl's rippling laughter. He liked
the sound of that voice even before he
sav the girl herself. And he liked the
girl wrhen she came into view, even
better. There were two" swains In at attendance
tendance attendance with her.
She, looked quickly at Craymore
sitting by one of the little blossoming
orange trees, half nodded, and laugh laughingly
ingly laughingly dismissed her two knights. Cray Cray-more
more Cray-more jumped to his feet.
"You are not having a good time
said the girl, quite unexpectedly.
"Why, how on earth do you know
that?" he asked.
"Your face tells it plainly," said she.
"You are moping alone over some something.
thing. something. Cheer up. I'm not; either."
Five dances she sat out with him In
the little room of the goldfish and blos blossoming
soming blossoming orange trees. Craymore had
prided himself that he was not particu particularly
larly particularly susceptible to women, but this

girl was like no other he had ever seen
or known. That was what he had
come here to find out- if these girls
one met here were so wonderfully dif different.
ferent. different. "This time it's to say good-night, or
good-morning," she said. 'T wish,"
and there was a little wistful note in
her voice, "it didn't have to be good good-by.
by. good-by. Of course, you'll never see me
again."
So she had seen through him all the
time!
"I wish it didn't have to be good-by,
too," said he. "But, since you've seen
through me I may as well save my
face as best I can. It was ridiculously
easy. Far easier than I thought it
wrould be, indeed."
"What do you mean?" she asked,
puzzled.
"Even these clothes I have on are
hired for the occasion," said he. "I
simply drove up in state in hired
clothes in a hired car and gave my
name brazenly and in rather bored
fashion"
"Then you haven't any right here?"
"I thought you had seen that."
"Why, no," said she. "Why. no,"
she repeated. "I said it would have to
be good-by because I thought you
were one of these people and speak speaking
ing speaking of hired things this gown Is
hired and so was the car I came in,
and, oh, dear!"
She fell to laughing immoderately.
"Who are you?" she demanded at

. length.

"My name is Craymore. I'm a law lawyer
yer lawyer without clients as yet, but I have
hopes."
"And I am Elsie Dunlap, a china
buyer in a downtown department
stora."

"My dear" said Mrs. Newbride;
hurry In, for the cook is hashed.
"What?" asked her hubby with

amazement, "did she suffer much?

"What are you talking about?"
queried wifey, a bit nettled. "I said
the cash Is hooked."
"You mean some one stole the
household money?"
"I said no such thing," tartly re responded
sponded responded the bride of almost three
weeks. "I said the hook was cashed."
"The what ?"
"Oh, dear, how stupid jku are?
Can't you understand English? I said
the hash Is cooked; hurry in before It
gets cold!" Philadelphia Ledger.

Brain Fag.
"They say Solomon was the wisest
man," said the new clerk in the drug
store.
"Do you doubt It?"
"Oh, no. But I can't find anything
that described him as compelled to
know everything from the meaning of
an abbreviated Latin prescription to
the contents of the latest fancy drink
at a soda fountain."

Its III Luck.
T wouldn't like to go into the wall
paper business." v
"Why not?"
"Because a fellow In It is always up
against it."

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Willie Say, paw, was there any
fireworks in the days of 'the Bible?
His Father 'Yes. David was a
giant cracker.

So Easy.
The same sems easy after all!
To keep the scoreboard right
You simply have to hit the ball
And run with all your might.

Trouble Avoided.
Noah had just landed on Ararat. m
"Fortunate!" he exclaimed.
"What's fortunate?" asked Japhet
"That we got this trip over with
thousands of years before there could
be any mlstunderstanding about canal
tolls."

Chinese Wisdom.

"We were going to marry our daugh daughter
ter daughter to LI when we learned that he
was spending all his money at that
rascal Wang's, the man who runs the
gambling-house."
"What did you do then?"
"We married her to Wang." Lo
Lire.

Not That Sort of a Wife.
"There goes that Mrs. Gadabout Do
you know, I've heard that her poor

husband is absolutely tied to her

apron strings."
"Nonsense! I don't believe she's
had an apron on since they've been
married." -Philadelphia Ledger.

Step by Step.
"Step by step much is attained. Big
fortunes have been piled up dime by
dime."
"That's right. Now, I'm smoking
cigarettes and saving the coupons.

Soon IH have enough coupons to get

a pipe."

CAME IN HANDY.

Mrs. Wisely You'd better go see
the doctor. You're getting as deaf as
a post.
Mr. Wisely All right, my dear;. I'll
go as soon as the Fourth Is over.

The Summer Bore.
Oh. once again we hear the man
Who thinks his earthly lot it U
To shout and do the best he can
To tell us all how. hot it is!

Unsuspected Danger.
"Seems to me," observed Mrs. Skit Skittles,
tles, Skittles, "that girls today are reading al altogether
together altogether too much of this here sex
literature."
"That's a fact," agreed Mr. Skit Skittles.
tles. Skittles. "Them kind of books give them
nothing but a lot of theoretical Ideas."

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SLAUGHTER OX THE SEA

British and German Did Each Other
Great Damage in their Xaval
Battle
London, 'Aug. 31. The crews of
destroyers which have arrived in
port say that at 'least eleven German
vessels of various sizes were sunk in
the engagement oft Helgoland.
Towanfr the end of the battle some
English pinnaces, engaged in picking
up Germans who were struggling in
the water, were followed by the Ger German
man German squadron and had to retreat,
leaving the men to their fate.
British cruisers and destroyers,
some of them showing signs of the

fbattle in which they were engaged

off Helgoland, arrived, yesterday at
Harwich, Chatham and Sheerness.
They had German and British wound wounded
ed wounded aboard. The Germans were pick picked
ed picked up at sea after their, ships went
down. A-number -of the men died
foefore the warships reached port and
were iburied at sea; others died on
the way to the hospitals and their
(bodies were taken to the naval mor mor-tuary.
tuary. mor-tuary. '
Arms and Legs Shattered
Iost of the wounded are suffering
from head injuries caused by shell
fire, lut others had arms and legs
shattered. 'White clad ibearers car carried
ried carried imost of the wounded on stretch stretchers
ers stretchers to the ihospitals, 'but same of
them (were accommodated on yachts
lent for Red Cross service.
Xo one was allowed to .board the
damaged vessels, but from shore it
could be seen that some of them
bore shell holes. One destroyer had
no less than fourteen such holes
plugged with cloth.
British sailors who 'boarded the
German cruiser Mainz after she was
put out of action, say the effect of
the (British gun fire was terrible.
Masts were shot away and turrets
ibattered in. The decks were a mass
of -wreckage, and dead and dying
sailors were lying all over the ship.
Landing Wounded Described
A Harwich message, heavily cen censored,
sored, censored, described the landing of the
wounded in the Helgoland fight, says
there were plenty oft eye-witnesses
when the first 'batch were landed
shortly 'before 6 o'clock yesterday
morning. 'Among the dead was a lieutenant-commander.
. The Oerman
wounded 'from the IMainz -were rough roughly
ly roughly attired; none -had a -full uniform.
(Many had suffered 'frightful wounds.
The Mainz's quartermaster, who is a
sexagenarian, was badly wounded In
the (body. .-
Xinety German prisoners form the
Mainz have ibeen landed at MLeith.

Eight are officers and one is said to

toe the son of Admiral Von Tirpltz,
German 'minister of the navy. Six Sixteen
teen Sixteen of the prisoners are suffering
from wounds.
-Fearless Prominent Part
.
The British light cruiser Fear less
took a prominent part in the batt!e.
She approached within ten miles of
the German coast and drew out the
German cruisers; which attempted
to surround her. At one moment she
was engaged, single-handed against
four of them. One had come within
7,000 yards when she was struck
and burst into flames.
After they had found the range
the German marksmanship -was good.

line if earless wireless was shot awav

and she was bit nineteen times. Af Afterward
terward Afterward the 'Fearless stood lay the
disabled German, although herself
in great danger of (being sunk.? The
arrival of 'the other British cruisers
speedily decided the engagement.
OPEX DAY AXD XIGHT

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Left at the Post.
The .Professor's Wife (to the Pro Professor,
fessor, Professor, who has just come in from a
walk) "What have you done with
your umbrella and Fido?" The Pro Professor
fessor Professor (trying to remember) "What
h'm wait a minute oh, yes. pre precisely.
cisely. precisely. You see, my hat blew off, and
I didn't want to have the poor little
beast run with me after it, so I stuck
the umbrella in the ground somewhere
and tied Fido to it I suppose they
are still thera."

The Pendulum.
It is perfectly true that Galileo dis discovered
covered discovered the true or isochronal proper proper-ll
ll proper-ll ?f lhe penduIum in 1630, and also
that the philosophical Huyghens in
1658 wrote a learned treatise apply
tos the principle to clocks. But an
Englishman, John Harris, invented
and made a pendulum clock in 1641
In London. Barlow, a London clock clock-maker,
maker, clock-maker, Invented the striking part in
16 6 and in 1815 George Graham ap ap-plied
plied ap-plied mercury to the pendulum to
compensate agaiast varying temperatures.

Accounting for It.
Toung Fitznoodle (to dentist) Isn't
It rather strange, doctor, that at my
age I haven't cut my wisdom teeth
yet?
Dentist (calmly) Oh, I don't know.
Perhaps there isn't enough wisdom
back of them to push them through!
Judge.

A Complete Success.
"Did that burglar alarm that I in installed
stalled installed for you work all right?" asked
the agent. "You will remember that
I put It In for you about a year ago."
"Oh. It worked fine," replied the
householder. "It was the only thing
that the burglar took with him."

Undoubted Success.
"Have you made a success of avia aviation?"
tion?" aviation?"
"How can you doubt It?" asked the
birdman, with pardonable irritation.
"Can't you see for yourself that I am
still alive?"

' The Wedding Present.
Young Bride- (after placing the new
vase aloft) I suppose there's no fear
of it falling?
Groorn You mean, no hope. The
Tatler.

AN OLD SAYING.

She In Mark Antony's speech In
"Julius Caesar" it seems a bit far farfetched
fetched farfetched for him to bid Caesar's
wound3 to speak for him.
He Oh, no. Blood will tell, you
know. i

Angelc Fans.
Some members' of the hfaman race
Believe, while ahaklngr off their sins.
That Heaven is a glorious place
In which the home tearr always wins.
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Natural Result,
"There is one inevitable result to all
coal strikes and quarrels."
"What is that?"
"Everything in the case adds fuel to
the fire."

One Amelioration.
"It must be terrible to be wounded
In war." x
"Oh, I don't know, when you see all
the pretty nurses who are volunteering
for active service."

Earlfest Record of Eclipse.
The earliest record orf an eclipse
was that of the sun. observed by the
Chinese, B. C. 2158. The first record
of an eclipse approaching any deflnlte deflnlte-ness
ness deflnlte-ness of account was the Nineveh
eclipse B. C. 763. The most notable
eclipse recorded in history was that
of the sun at the time of the battle
between the Lydians and Medes, May
28, : B. C. 585. The battle was sus suspended
pended suspended and peace was made through
the good offices of Thales. The most
Important eclipse, however, in the his history
tory history of mankind occurred in A. D.
840, and which caused the death of
Emperor Louis. The three sons
promptly engaged In a war among
themselves. The war lasted three
years and ended with the treaty of
Verdun, whereby France,. Italy and
Germany were carved out of Charle Charlemagne's
magne's Charlemagne's vast empire. This was the
beginning of the three countries
named.

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ALLIES CXADI TO BE
HOLDING THEIR, OWN

Say They Are in Better Shape for De Defense
fense Defense than They were Last
Sunday
Paris, Aug. 31. It is officially an announced
nounced announced that the military governor
has ordered all residents of the zone
Within action of the city's defending
forts to evacuate and destroy their
houses within four days 'from yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, Aug 30.
It is also announced that the
French left, composed of four army
corps, drove toack on Guise the Tenth
German corps of Guards. The Ger Germans
mans Germans suffered a considerable loss.
Further announcements made 'by
the war office says:f
"In Lorraine our forces Slave ad advanced.
vanced. advanced. We occupy a line along
'Mortagne, and our right wing is
pushing forward. There is no news
from. the Meuse.
MA .violent -battle occurred Satur Saturday
day Saturday in the region of Lannoy, near
Lille, Signy L'Abbaye and Chateau
Porceln, but the result has noi been
decisive and the attack will toe re resumed
sumed resumed Sunday.
"Four IFrench army corps engaged
in a violent ibattle on the left 'wing.
The right- wing of these four corps,
taking the offensive, drove iback.on
Guise the Tenth German corps and
the Guard, -both suffering consider considerable
able considerable losses,
"Our left was less fortunate, the
German forces are advancing in the
direction of La Fere." (La Fere is a
town in Alsne, four miles southe'st
of Laon. !It Is a fortress of the sec second
ond second class.).
This nas :been a long and anxious
day in Paris. When the war office
Has nothing to Issue, the pessimists
'begin to show themselves and every everybody
body everybody asks What Is going oil in the
north.
As far as can toe learned the
French massed troops appear to be
intact, except for those -losses which
-were inevitable In a week's heavy
fighting over a Tast ifront
If the British and French retire
on the western flank, It Is explained
that they do so to choose their
ground for fiercer resistance. Every
day lhas seen reinforcements moving
up to aid the French troops engaged
on the 'Belgian frontier.
The sFrench operating along the
Interior lines are atole to shift an
army corps from one part of the
front to another swiftly, and -it Is
said the allies probably are In
stronger position today than last
Sunday.

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Greek Nose Most Artistic,
The relation of the nose to the othet
features is marked. Broad, fiat noses
are usually accompanied by large
mouths and thick lips, while well-proportioned
noses generally have finely
cut mouths, well formed eyebrows, and
delicately shaped ears. Most of us
prefer, from an artistic point of rlevr,
small, straight noses, not too high,
corresponding with tha Greek ideal,

To Make a Living.
The finer sentiments, religious, ar artistic
tistic artistic and moral are all right when we
can get to them, but the first thing
a man or woman must do 1s to get
enough to eat and sr ne place in
which to live. And this living must
of necei :y be the basis for any high high-er
er high-er sentiments. The education, there therefore,
fore, therefore, Vhich makes a foundation for
this support should be first In the
thought of our system or education.
On it should be built the secondary
studies, as it were, of our education.
Put It Up to the Hcgs.
A blacksmith in a small Connecticut
town who occasionally gees o pro protracted
tracted protracted sprees vas seen figuring on
the barn door and later throwing five
bushels of com on the ear Into the
pen where he had eIx hogs, and as
he turned away he was heard to say:
Thre, blast you. If you are prudent
that will last ye."

Cultivate Inflection.
Every one has the power of speak speaking
ing speaking with sweet Inflection. Every one
can attain a reposeful utterance and
clear enunciation by training the ear
and voice tr work togeer in avoid avoiding
ing avoiding harsh tones, and, cultivating the
middle and more mellow register In
every voice. Excitement sends It up
to a screaming pitch, but self-control
will levrer it aga'n, and Its playground
should be through the varying har harmonies
monies harmonies or cadences cf five notes.

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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. 1514.
Those who registered this year for the
first time in Marion county, thoujrh
they may have voted in the primary,
cannot vote in the November election
unless they register again prior to tb
second Saturday in October.
7-23-6 wks dly D. M. BARCO.
Supervisor Registration Marion Cj

Old Master's Work.
Mrs. Parvenue "That pictnro la
the corner is by an old master,? Sirs.
8 wartleigh "Indeed! I would never
have guessed IL" Mrs. Parvenue
"Tea, the man I bought it, from 'cavo
me a written guaranty that the paint painter
er painter was past seventy-five before he diU
a stroke of It."



THE OCA LA EVENING HTAR. MONDAY. AUGUST 31. 1914.

DCALA FRJUL OURS
Entrance to a Vast Exhibit Pa'ace at Panama Panama-Pacific
Pacific Panama-Pacific Exposition at San Francisco In 1915
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OUR SKETCH
Suggests an Appropriate Motto for
your Dining Itoom.
GOOD GROCERIES
Are our Hcbby. We buy and sell
3IARIOX.DCXX MASONIC IAHGC
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'Marion-Dunn Lodee Xo. 19. F
WITHOUT GOOD EATS?
A. M., meets on the first and third
inursaay evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
; only this kind, for we know that our
patrons want them.
Smith Grocery Co.
Phone 434.
OUDEII OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each,
month at 730 o'clock. t
t Mrs. Flora Brown, aW. 31." 1
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
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The rest room which the Ocala merchants maintain for the use
of our out of town visitors who are in the city for a few hours
with nothing to do is located on the corner ol Fort King avenue
and South Main street, opposite the Theus-Zachry furniture
store. The ladies especially will find Comfort Lodge a convenient
place to rest during the day's shopping. The conveniences we are
able to offer at Comfort Lodge are free and you are invited to
take advantage of them.
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THIS photograph shows the great western portal or entrance way of
the huge Palace of Food Products. The half dome is known as the
Half Dome of Vigor and is 113 feet in height. Brilliant, riotous colors
are employed in the mosaic in the vault of the half dome, which waa
designed by Jules Guerin. America's most celebrated decorative artist-

CHAUTAUQUA 3IUSIC CONTESTS
One of these Interesting and Knter Knter-taining
taining Knter-taining Aifairs will be Held in
Ocala Next Spring j
if ie ,,,.(.11 to -rrmntirm at ihi3 time I
It is well to mention at mis time j
a feature of the Chautauqua which
is to be 'held in this city next March,
j which bids fair to be one or much in-)
terest to this community; as well as j
. J
tne soui rouuuiag u-uuiiwitra,
the -musical .contest. j
The contest will be confined to the j
piano this year.
Music has uplifted '-many a weary
soul; it has broadened many minds
under its Influence mankind has
been spurred on to overcome seem seemingly
ingly seemingly impossible tasks. It has been
recognized that beyond all doubt a
taste and love for high cjass music
takes an active part in the mould moulding
ing moulding of men and women of real worth.
Who 'hath no music in his soul shr
Realizing these ifacts, Dr. George
Selden Waldo, director of the Chau Chautauqua
tauqua Chautauqua circuit of Florida, of which
this city is a (member, has inaugurat inaugurated
ed inaugurated this musical contest at each of
the chautauquas under his manage management.
ment. management.
'Each citv will conduct its own In-
"
dividual contest. Judges will 'be se selected
lected selected from among the local well
known musicians and probably one
from among the celebrated music musicians
ians musicians who will appear on the pro program.
gram. program. ;
To the winner of the contest at
each Chautauqua Tr. Waldo will pre-
-
sent a handsome gold medal."
Absolutely no partiality' will be
shown in the competition for the
medal. The successful contestant
will win it simply and solely on his
or her merit. It therefore, behooves
each prospective contestant to put in
an active winter's study, especially
upon the piece to be played in the
chantauqua contest. ;
Conditions of entrance Into the
contest will be as follows:i
Any white boy or girl of eighteen
years or under, residing In the state
of Florida. ";
Contestants mustvhave at no time
taught piano or been employed as a
paid pianist.
Piece must ibe .memorized.
Piece must be by Tecognlzed com
poser of high grade music.
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'No piece shall take over ten min minutes
utes minutes for its 'rendition.
The piece must be fourth grade or
higher.
Contestants will she marked,
among other things, on the follow following:
ing: following:
Position, memory, expression, and
execution.
All would-be contestants should
send their names at once' to Mr. J. D.
Rooney of the local Chautauqua com committee,
mittee, committee, and he In turn will Tefer the
the name to the chairman of the
piano contest committee.
In addition to the above contest,
there will be another one in decla declamation,,
mation,, declamation,, in which Dr. Waldo will
also award a gold medal to the win winner.
ner. winner. Details of the declamation con contest
test contest will be given later.
DR. D. M. HONEY
Eyesight specialist; office and labora
tory 2-6 Gary building. A specialty
of correcting vision where others
fail. 8-26-tf.
The wars have caused prices to
soar upward everywhere except at
Carter's Bakery, where you get sthe
BIG LOAF of bread for 5 cents just
as you did before the wars be begun.
gun. begun. . 8-2 6-tf
Advertise in the STAB for results.

The Open Door
SCIENTIFIC NEW DISCOVERIES.

By tho electro-magnetic telegraph an
operator can exactiy locate a fracture in
a submarine cable nearly 3000 miles long.
A few fossils sent to an expert geologist
T0C formation from which they are
taken. Uhls ne can aescriuo as periectjy
.0 4. f f hfl rrvtv fnnrwit. on was before h m
on tho table,
So. also, in medical science. Disease
has certain unmistakable signs or symp symptoms.
toms. symptoms. By reason of this fact the physi physicians
cians physicians and specialists connected with Dr.
Pierce's Invalids' Hotel and Surgical In
stitute at Buffalo, are enabled to accu
rately determine the nature 01 many
chronic diseases without seeing and per personally
sonally personally examining their patients. In rec rec-ognlzing
ognlzing rec-ognlzing dlsease without a personal exam examination
ination examination of the patient, they do not claim
to possess miraculous powers. They ob obtain
tain obtain their knowledge of the patient's dis disease
ease disease by practical and well-estaniished
Srinciples of modern science. Certain
Iseases display certain peculiar traits.
Subjected to scientific analysis they fur furnish
nish furnish abundant data to guide the judg judgment
ment judgment of the skillful practitioner. This
method of treating patients at a distance,
by mail, has been so successful that there
is scarcely a city br a villiage in the
United States that is not represented by
one or more cases upon the records of
practice at the Invalids Hotel and Sur Sur-eical
eical Sur-eical Institute. Such- rare cases as can
not be treated in this way, which require
surgical operations or careful after-treatment,
or electrical therapeutics, receive
i the services of the most smiliui specialists
I Al T-.1U..1
Ub mo iiisiiiuuun.
Dr. R. V. Pierce lonff ago established
this Invalids Hotel and Surgical Insti Institute
tute Institute with a full Staff of Physicians who
were expert in their specialties. These
physicians may be consulted, by letter,
free and without charge whatever, if you
wish a specialist's advice upon any
chronic malady. The same system of
m special ites" Is observed as in the depart departments
ments departments nf a. medical collecre. The nrofessor
who would assume to lecture in all depart-
! in. 1 j c i
menta with enual ease and nroficiencv
would be severely ridiculed by his col colleagues,
leagues, colleagues, and it is Just as absured to sup suppose
pose suppose that the general practitioner can
keep himself informed 01 the many new
methods of treatment that are being con constantly
stantly constantly devised and adopted in the several
departments of Medicine and Surgery.
People who have been patients at Dr.
Pierce's Invalids Hotel, Buffalo. N. Y.,
have much to say in regard to this won wonderfully
derfully wonderfully equipped Sanitarium, where all
the latest electrical apparatus, as well as
electric water baths, Turkish baths, static
electric machines, hleh-frequency cur
rent, and other most modern and up-to-date
aDDaratus are used for the cure of
chronic diseases. The treatment of the
chronic diseases that are neculiar to
women have for many years been a large
factor In the cures effected at the lnva
lids Hotel and Surelcal Institute.
The violet-ray treatment, which is
another Interesting proceeding, is carried
oat by concentrating the light, rich in
the violet or chemical rays, from an arc
li-rht with a sneclallv crenared carbem.
upon any portion of the body that may be
the seat of pain. Sufferers from neural neuralgia,
gia, neuralgia, sciatica, rheumatism, strains, sprains,
also from those obscure exhausting pains
(the origin of which cannot at times be
accurately determined) freouentlv find
immediate relief from a single treatment
and usually with a little persistence in
the use of this aid, comfortable health or
nerfect recoverv is obtained.
Then, there Is the incandescent light
bath, consisting of a cabinet in which the
patient 13 bathed in the combined rays
of many electric lights. It has pro
duced really wondcriui results in diabetes,
sciatica, rheumatism, obesity, anaemia.
and some forms of kidney and heart
trouble. It has also proven valuable in
chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma and
the various skin diseases. As a eenera
hygienic measure its efficiency can scarce
ly be over-estimated.
In medicine there has been rapid and
real progress during recent years, and Dr.
Pierce has kept up with the times in that
ho has had the manufacture and ingredi ingredients
ents ingredients in hi3 wel'-known remedies improved
in a modern laboratory by skilled chem chemists,
ists, chemists, the greatest care being exercised to
see thai tho ingredients entering into his
well-kncwn medicines Dr.. Pierce's Fa Favorite
vorite Favorite Prescription as well as the "Golden
Medical Discovery" are extracted from
the best variety of native medicinal roots,
gathered with great care and at the proper
season 01 tne year, so tnai tneir meaici-
n?J properties may be most reliable.
Great care is exercised not to over en-
courage tnose wno consult tne specialists
Ol inis instiiuuuu iuu.ii no iaise nopes
may be raised.
Dr. rierce's common Jbense Medical
Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps
to pay expense of mailing only. Send 31
one-cent stamps lor tne clotn-bound
le-cent stamps ior tne ciotn-nouna.
Write the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical
istltute. Dr. R. V. Pierce, President, st
In
Buffalo, N. Y.
Lose Habits of Industry.
Women in France and other coua coua-tries
tries coua-tries of Europe are much more indus industrious
trious industrious than when they come to thla
country.

Safety First."
The suburban car was waiting 'at a
turnout for the car going in the op opposite
posite opposite direction to come along. "It's
shameful," complained an impatient
woman passenger, "to have to be
stopped here like this."
"Well, ma'am," Bald the N conductor
calmly, "if you want to finish your
trip in an ambulance, we can- go bn
and collide with the other car." Bos Boston
ton Boston Transcript.

'' Ah Accident.
Somer What's the matter
with
Bill?
Sault He was in a railroad acci accident.
dent. accident. i
Somer 7T00 bad.
Sault Yep. In gettng Into an up upper
per upper berth he slipped and stood on the
face of the fellow In the lower. And
the guy in the lower was a white
hope: Penn State Froth.
His Status.
"Are you making much social prog-
sss?" asked' the intimate friend of a
newly-rich man. 4
"Oh, yes," answered the million millionaire.
aire. millionaire. "I've been playing the game for
a year and I estimate that I am about
six feet nearer the inner paie 01 so-
ciety and about six miles nearer the
poorhouse han I was when I started
Proving Her Love.
"You have squandered my entire
fortune!"
"Well, before we were married you
asked me If I would love you as well
if you were poor, and I said I would,
and I have made you poor to con convince
vince convince you I told the truth."
NOT VIOLA'S FAULT.
Eileen Viola Is to be married in
July. She always said she meant to
be a June bride. I wonder how It
happened she wasn't?
Eleanor I think it was the fault of
the man, who neglected to ask hex
in time.
Irreverence.
Were old Beethoven here today
He'd find this world exceeding rough.
"Cut out the symphonies," he'd say.
Tear oft some real tango stuff;
Not Sure.
"Which do you admire more," in-
Quired the young belle, "black eyes or
blue?"
"Well, really replied the young fel
low slowly, "the light is so dim here I
can't say Just now." National
Monthly.
The Difference.
A
' "In China the parties deslring'a di divorce
vorce divorce break a chopstlck in the pres presence
ence presence of witnesses said Mrs. Gabb.
"And in this country they break a
broomstick in the absence of witness witnesses
es witnesses returned Mr. Gabb. Cincinnati
Enquirer.
True Investigator.
"Are you looking for work?
"I am," replied Plodding Pete. "I'm
conducting a scientific investigation.
It'd surprise you to know how many
different kinds of work dere is. I'm
goin to git up a list an classify em."
Not Priceless.
"I suppose some, of your pictures
are priceless."
"Nothing of the sort!" replied Mr.
Cumrox. "In manycases I can't see
that the price lsn t the most remarx-
, aDie thing about em.
Looked Alike to Him.
Diner I think I'll try some fish to
day.
ri,f,ri, xvhitpfih nir?
I Waitress Bluefish or whltensn, s r?
Diner It doesn t matter; Im color
blind. Boston Transcript.
Alpha and Omega.
"Ada is flirting with that young lieu lieutenant
tenant lieutenant and the general at the same
time."
I "Yes, being a first and last love all
at ence- Fllesende Blatter.

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at S o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every CMonday 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
" WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
. (
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P.. Hall, at S p. m.. 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. 2SG Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meet3
the second and" fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side, r
David S. Williams, E; R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. '. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,
mts every Thursday at S:30 p. ra.
Visiting brethern always welcome to
the lodge and club house on Mag
nolia street, near postoffice.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
CONCORDIA LODGE fu. OFC
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F. 31.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
Still Undiscovered.
So-long as love itself the mystery
of all mysteries shall remain un
solved, there Is an Immeasurable mu music
sic music beyond the octave-stretch forlorn
of our fingers, an unfathomable ocean,
beyond our little world of pebbles oa
the shore. Will Urn Do Morgan.
I Wilbur Smith -Co.
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Funeral Directors
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Licensed Embamers
Office Phone 10.
Xight Phone 01.
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AH work given our personal
O AHAnHAti nnrl rrvt nranfnn1 t I1 1 V p
11 V. Oklawaha Avenue.
X OCALA, FLORIDA. $
Odds Riot D
Of
Are They?
Would you not take a chacce
of five to one? Especially where
you got FULL VALUE for every
DOLLAR spent, then a chance of
five to one to win, a hundred dol dollars?
lars? dollars? Well, that is just what I am
Ottering.
FIVE CHOICE LOTS $100
EACH.
And a big Bargain nt the Price
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Marion Heiglils
$100 EACH; $10 Down and $10
A MONTH.
Each without interest.
There is a sixth Lot, who gets it?
One of you five do. When the
five are sold the purchasers will
draw for the sixth $100 Lot
One of you five will get it FREE.
TALK TO ME QUICK, for they
will not last a week.
JAMES
PnONE 401, OH 37.
Ocala, Florida

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I OCALA OCCURRENCES

K. of P. nieet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Council 'meets tomorrow evening.
"Masons meet Thursday night.
' Moose (meet .Thursday night.
War maps at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 8-2 7-3 1
There were a great many people in
the city Saturday, -mostly from the
country, and the trading 'was quite
Jively among the merchants.
Triumph Adding Machines $35 at
The Murray Company.
8-27-31
IMr. CE. F. Coney, formerly with the
Ttoess (LAimher Co. here and at Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, was in the city today. 'Mr. Coney
is now traveling for the Standard
Lumber Co. of Live Oak.
Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf
New hooks at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. V 8-27-3t
Over $500 has 'been raised for the
INorth Ocala 'church and the work Is
going on rapidly. iSee notice else elsewhere
where elsewhere of the working Wednesday.
We now have new crop rye seed
for sale. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf.
The county school Aboard is in ses session
sion session i and will inspect the work on
the new schcolhouses today or to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. JvT'cWehlher we keep garden,
farm and work shop tools and imple implements.
ments. implements. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf
Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf
Mr. W. T. Gary., returned last eve eve-ring
ring eve-ring from New York, where he has
ibeen speeding the past few weeks
on his vacation. His family will re return
turn return later.
Victrolas and Victor records at The
Murray Company. 8-27-3t
For 35 cents we will give you one
pound 'of Cadet Chocolates, this
week culy. Gerig's Drugstores.
CVIt. Edward T. iHelvenston leaves
tomorrow for Xew York to purchase
his fall and winter goods. He expects
to -he -gone about three weeks and
may stop on his return trip for a
short visit to his (family who are
spending the summer in the moun mountains
tains mountains of South Carolina. -
Just remember we keep Garden,
Farm and workshop tools and im implements.
plements. implements. Ocala Seed Store. tf
Globe-Wernicke cabinets save la la-foor
foor la-foor handling your papers and their
safes keep them secure. See them at
The Murray Company. 8-27-3t
Mr. S. 'M. Lummus, the "Banner's
linotype expert, is able to be out
again, tout will hold off from work
for a day or so until he more fully
recovers from his recent operation.
Twelve acre farm, excellent land,
all equipped with farming machin machinery
ery machinery and good horse, miles from
city hall. Will rent or work on
shares. Apply P. O. Box 369, Ocala,
Fla. 6-31-6t
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Mr. Frank Lightsey of Coin
Springs, who was in town Sunday,
says there will be no picnic at the
spring this year. This will be bad
t
news to many Ocala people, 1 who
have always had a mighty good time
at the spring picnic.
PiODOFPS CAFE
Under flew Management
H. DUESTERDICK.
MENU CHANGES EVERY DAY
Now Ready for Business
Regular Dinner
3S edits.

Scrrlc from II J SO ,to S o'clock ;

WEATHER REPORT

This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. 'Max. Min. R. F.
August 25. 91 73 .
Aug. 2f...:.. .92 73.
Aug. 27. 93 73
Aug. 28. . 91 71
Aug. 29. ... 92 72
Aug. 30. . ... .90 J2 .36
Forecast for this Evening and
Tomorrow
'Fair tonight, partly cloudy Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Messrs iBruce 'Meffert and (Ralph
Robinson spent Sunday rusticating
a i Salt Springs, fbathing and swim swimming
ming swimming in its limpid rwaters.
Glarcus 'Frank's hig alteration
sale, where such great values are be being
ing being offered, will close tomorrow
night, so you had ibetter go and do
your buying if you have not already
done so.
'Frank's sale of the last week or
so has been quite an occasion. 'Add 'Adding
ing 'Adding the extra store room has greatly
enhanced the attractiveness of 'Mar 'Mar-cus'
cus' 'Mar-cus' emporium as well as increased
its capacity.
Mr. J. L. DeVaun, who was a res resident
ident resident of Ocala twenty years ago, is
again among us, and is helping in
the work on the primary school. Mr.
JDeVaun helped Mr. Rurdick erect the
Star building in 1894.
Laverette, the five-year-old daugh daughter
ter daughter of iMrs. iE. L. iHartley, died yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning at 10 o'clock at her
home two miles out on the Anthony
road. The little one had (been sick
just a week with fever.,, The funeral
services were held this afternoon at
4 o'clock at Greenwood cemetery.
Dr. J. M. Gross officiated and Mclver
and 'MacKay were in charge.
'Mr. J3. tH. 'Mote of Lee&burg was in
town Friday and paid the Star a
pleasant, call. Mr. Mote brought with
him incon trovertible evidence that
he had caught that fish. The evi-!
dence was a photograph of M.r. IMote
and the fish in executive session. Mr.
(Mote was holding up the fish, and the
fish was almost as ibig as 'Mr. Mote.
As we all know, Mr. 'Mote is no min minnow.
now. minnow. Would, that all our fishermen
could so positively produce the goods.
Under a shed back of ,the doctors'
offices in the Yonge iblock is stabled
a horse, which animal has up to a
short time, ago enjoyed its meals in
peace and comfort. A week or so
ago, a motherly hen with a bunch of
biddies -came along and .began to help
the equine 'partake of its .rations.
This might not have ibeen so bad', but
the bumptacious hen, more greedy
sfor her chicks than for herself, took
a fancy to annex the entire commis commissary,
sary, commissary, which she proceeded to do by
flying at the horse and pecking the
animal till it retreated. This bears
out what Kipling says that the fe
male of the species, etc.
Herbert Ctook returned Saturday
from a two weeks vacation which
he, spent in Detroit, Mich., where he
saw something of the automobile
manufacturing Industry. "That is
some city," said ;Mr. Crook -Palatka
(News.
William, JPreece returned yester
day to his home in Ocala af ter a cou
ple of days, spent here in the interest
of the 'Metropolitan Life Insurance
Co., of which he is district agent.
Gainesville tSun. ;
W. T. Berry -visited in Ocala last
Sunday, returning home iMonday on
the early train. Apopka News.
. Dr. IE. 'B. Lytle of Ocala was in the
city' Monday. Dr. .Lytle Is a" young
dentist and contemplates locating
here. Clearwater News.
Mr. James Pyles of Ocala was
greeting his friends here last Fri
day. -Crystal Riv4r News.
Dr. 'S. H. Blitch of Ocala is. in the
Gem City today as the guest of C. J.
O 'Haver. Dr. Blitch is one of Ocala's
prominent temperance advocates.
Palatka Item. s
"Mr. Oubberly went to Ocala Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night to be with his wife Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday while she had an operation
performed. Inverness Chronicle.
D! ; Mathews of Ocala, repre representing,
senting, representing, the International Harvester
Cd;;?JacTcsmvine"al;- in town
Monday. Citrus County Chronicle.

AN ORDINANCE

Entitled An Ordinance to Regulate
the Speed and Use of the Streets
of the City of Ocala By By-Vehicles
Vehicles By-Vehicles Be It Ordained by the City Council of
the City of Ocala:
Section 1. Every automobile, mo
torcycle, motor car, motor wagon,
carriage, buggy, omnibus, wagon,
dray, push-cart bicycle, motor-bicycle,
and all other conveyances, in
whatever manner or by whatever
power the same may be driven, rid rid-den
den rid-den or propelled, which is 0 may be
used for or adopted to pleasure rid riding
ing riding or the transportation of passen passengers,
gers, passengers, baggage or merchandise, upon
the streets, and every draft and rid riding
ing riding animal, whether ridden, driven or
led, shall constitute a vehicle under
the intent and purpose of' this ordi ordinance.
nance. ordinance. Section 2.
Vehicles to Keep to the Right.
1. All vehicles shall keep to the
right of the center of all streets.
Vehicles Meeting
2. All vehicles meeting, shall pass
each other to the right.
Vehicles Overtaking Others
3. All vehicles overtaking an another
other another shall pass to the left.
Turning to the Right Into,, Another
Street
4. All vehicles turning to the
right into another street shall turn
the corner as near the curb as prac practicable.
ticable. practicable. -Turning
to the Left Into Another
Street
5. All. vehicles turning to the left
into another street shall pass to the
right of the center of the said
streets before turning.
, Crossing Streets
6. All vehicles crossing from one
side of the street to the other shall
do so only at the Intersection of the
streets by turning to the left, as pro provided
vided provided In Paragraph 5, so as to head
in the same direction as traffic on
chat side of the street.
Provided, that this section of this
ordinance apply to brick paved
streets only.
Turning and Starting
7. A driverr or any person having
Charge of any vehicle, .before turning
the corner of any street, turning out
of, turning from, or stopping at the
curb line of any street, shall see that
there is sufficient space free from
vehicles, so that such turning or stop stopping
ping stopping may be safely made, and then
shall give a plainly visible or audible
signal indicating his intention, such
as raising the hand or making some
vocal or mechanical signal.
Stopping at the Curb
8. No vehicle or vehicles shall
stop with its left side to the curb on
blocks of streets where business
houses are situated.
Backing Up
9. In no case shall any vehicle
remain backed up to, the curb of any
street, except when actually loading
and unloading.
Standing Close to the Curb Stone
10. Unless in an emergency, or to
allow another vehicle or pedestrian
to cross its path, no vehicle shall
stop in any block of any street in the
city, Where business houses are lo located
cated located unless both right wheels shall
be close to the curb line, except, to
load and unload.
Stopping at Corners
11. No vehicle shall stop or stand
within the intersection of any street
except in cases of emergency.
Right of Way of Certain Vehicles
12. All officers and men of the
fire department withy their fire ap apparatus
paratus apparatus of all kinds, while In per performance
formance performance of their duty; all ambulan-
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Special Train.
Schedule announced later.
Tickets limited to September 16.
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ces ana omcers ana an men ana ve vehicles
hicles vehicles of he police department shall
have, the right of way In any street,
and through any procession, except j
vehicles carrying United States mail.
Signal for Stopping
13. In stopping, a signal always
shall be given to any vehicle behind
by raising the wip or hand, or blow blowing
ing blowing the horn, bell or gong.'
Slowly Moving Vehicles
14. All vehicle3 moving slowly
along the streets shall keep as close
as practlable to the curb line, so as
to allow faster moving vehicles free
passage on the left hand side.
Stopping and Starting When Directed
By Police
15. All vehicles must stop when
directed to do so by the police, and
upon signal from the police must
move on.
Section 3. It shall be unlawful
for any person to run an automobile,
motorcycle or bicycle on any public
street of the city of Ocala, within the
fire limits, at a greater speed than
twelve miles an hour, or six miles an
hour around corners, or any public
street of the city of Ocala, outside, of
the fire limits at a greater rate of
speed than fifteen miles an hour, ex except
cept except police motorcycle in emergent'
cases, and fire department vehicles,
or for any person to run, drive, or
-use any vehicle in a careless, recklesE j
or negligent manner.
Section 4. It shall be unlawful
for any person under the age of fif fifteen
teen fifteen years to operate, handle or run
Jn any manner, an automobile, motor
car or motorcycle,-or in any manner
handle the" steering wheel3 or. other
apparatus by .which the aforesaid ve vehicle
hicle vehicle is controlled, on any street or
alley in thet city of Ocala, and it shall
be unlawful for any person owning
or controlling an automobile, motor motorcycle
cycle motorcycle or motor car to permit any
person under the age of fifteen years,
to violate the provisions of this or or-the
the or-the city of Ocala, unless the same Is
provided with a good and sufficient
brake, In good wrorking order.
Placed on first reading and re referred
ferred referred to the Judiciary Committee
March i9, 1912; placed on second
reading, adopted by sections May 21,
1912, placed on third and final
reading and passed by roll call May
21, 1912.
Section 6. All automobiles and
motor-cars shall be 'equipped with
one good horn, gong or bell, and
show between the period o one-half
hour after sunset and one-half hour,
before sunrise, two "lamps showing
white lights visible at a 'distance of
300 feet ahead, and shall show to
the rear, a red light by separate
lamp, and a white light to the right
hand, the rays of which lamp shall
shine upon the number required in
such a manner as to make the num number,
ber, number, visible in. the direction from
which, the automobile or motor-car
may be proceeding; "and all motor motorcycles
cycles motorcycles shall be equipped with one
good horn, gong or bell, and shall
show during the time prescribed for
automobiles in the preceding eectlon,
one lamp showing a white light vis visible
ible visible at the same distance; all tbicycles
shall be equipped with and shall
show daring the time prescribed for
automobiles, one lamp showing a
white light .visible at least 100 feet
ahead.
Section 7. It shall be unlawful to
run any automobile or motorcycle
withlnthe corporate limits of the
city of Ocala, with the exhaust or
cut-out opn, or unnecessarily
blowing horns, bells or gongs.
Section 8. No person driving a
hack, dray or other vehicle shall take
a stand, waiting or continue to oc occupy
cupy occupy for more than five (5) minutes,
the street next to the sidewalk or lot
when objection Is made by
the owner or occupant of the prem premises;
ises; premises; no person shall permit a horse
or horses, vehicle or vehicles in his
or her charge, to remain or stop up upon
on upon a sidewalk.
'Section 9. It shall be unlawful
for any person to drive on the streets
of Ocala, any blind animal to ve vehicles
hicles vehicles for public hire.
Section 10 It. shall 'be unlawful
for any person or -persons to hitch
any animal on the streets of the city
of Ocala except in a good, safe and
substantial manner.
Section 11. Any person or per persons
sons persons convicted of violating any of
the provisions of this ordinance,
shall be punished by a fine not ex ex-exceeding
exceeding ex-exceeding $50, nor less than $5; or
imprisoned not exceeding 30 days,
or tooth fine and imprisonment, with within
in within discretion of the court.
Section 12. This ordinance shall
go into force and effect Immediately
upon its passage by the city council
and approval by the mayor, and all
ordinances or parts of ordinances In
conflict herewith are hereby repealed.
R. R. CARROLL,,
President of the City Council.
Attest: H. C. SISTRUXK,
City Clerk.
. Approved by me as mayor, .of
Ocala, th'is'aiay 23, 1912.
j: D. ROBERTSON,
Mayor of Ocala.

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