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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE

VOL.21.

prpifM MP

EVIDENT,

HOWEVER.

LITTLE HEWS OF Jilt IMPOOTMCE GOMES TODAY FROM

London, June 15. Although recent
press dispatches have said the Ital Italians
ians Italians are pushing forward, toward
Trieste, the official announcement
from Rome today gives no indication
of further advance in that direction.
Elsewhere along the front, small
Italian victories are claimed.
BERLIN CLAIMS RUSSIAN LINE
IS BROKEN
The extent of the new Austro-Ger-man
victory in Galicia is in doubt.
Although Berlin and Vienna assert
the whole Russian line over a forty forty-three
three forty-three mile front, north and east of
Przemysl, has broken down, it is said
officials at Petrograd that the Rus
sians have recaptured most of the
lost ground.
AGAMEMNON YET AFLOAT
The reports that the British battle battleship
ship battleship Agamemnon has been sunk by a
German submarine in the Dardanelles
were officially denied today.
HOLIDAY IN THE WEST
Today's official report from Paris
indicates no important developments
in the west.
CONFLICTING CLAIMS
London, June 15. Germany yes yesterday
terday yesterday claimed another decided suc success
cess success along the eastern battle line in
the region of Sioniawa: The German
report said along the forty-three
miles the entire positions of the Rus Russians
sians Russians were taken and 16,000 prisoners
captured. The Russian official com communication
munication communication merely mentioned the lo locality
cality locality of action, declaring the Austro Austro-Germans
Germans Austro-Germans did not resume the offensive.
Petrograd admits the Austro-Ger-mans
again crossed the Dniester.
In the west the French continue
their tactics against the formidable
German positions. Berlin claims the
French suffered a severe defeat on
the frontier north of Souchez.
VENIZELOS WON IN GREECE
Full returns from the Greek elec
tions are unavailable, but former
Premier Venizelos seems to have
triumphed. The Greek king's con continued
tinued continued illness may prevent the war
party's victory from having imme immediate
diate immediate results.
GONE AGAINST
THE GOVERNMENT
Court of Highest Resort Refuses to
Review Cash Register Case
Washington, June 15. The refusal
of the supreme court to review the ac action
tion action of the court of appeals in revers reversing
ing reversing the conviction of the National
Cash Register officials of violations of
the Sherman law is regarded as an another
other another defeat for the government and
its legal advisers. This was consider considered
ed considered the most important prosecution
ever instituted under the criminal sec section
tion section of the anti-trust law. The court
assigned no reasons for its action.
.Houses for rent on Daugherty
street, all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to A. G. Gates at Gates Gar Garage.
age. Garage. 15-tf
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THE STAR IS
m
ir
SB
FROM ALL REPORTS
HAD THE WORST OF IT
LINES
(Associated Press)
ANOTHER
AIR
DR. BRYAN WILL INFLICT HIS
DOPE IN THREE BIG DOSES
Associated Presj
Washington, June 15. Former Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State Wm. J. Bryan did not
issue his promised statement on the
European war and its lessons for the
United States today, but announced
that he is preparing it, in three parts.
BRYANS COMING TO FLORIDA
Within a few days Mr. Bryan and
Mrs.. Bryan will go to Miami, Fla.,
where they have a winter home.
WILSON'S DIGNIFIED SILENCE
President Wilson, on being asked
today just what the changes were to
which Mr. Bryan referred as having
been made in the American note to
Germany, after his resignation had
been tendered and accepted, said that
he felt it were best for him not to dis discuss
cuss discuss the resignation, or other ques questions
tions questions connected with it.
EXCITEMENT IS DYING OUT
Wound to South Carolina SherifT,
However, Proved Fatal
(Associated Press)
Winnsboro, S. C, June 15. Inquiry
concerning the deaths of Sheriff Hood
and his negro prisoner, Jules Smith,
in the rioting here yesterday con continues
tinues continues today. Clyde Isenhower, the
relative of the white woman who is
alleged to have been attacked by
Smith is not dead, as reported. Re Reports
ports Reports from Chester, where Isenhower
is in a hospital today said he had a
small chance of recovery.
GEORGIA MAN LANDS
FAT FEDERAL JOB
(Associated Press)
Washington, D. C, June 15. Pres President
ident President Wilson today appointed Chas.
B. Williams of Columbus, Ga., to be
United States attorney of the Pan Panama
ama Panama canal zone.
ALL MISSOURI INVITED
To Attend the Wedding of Champ
Clark's Daughter
Montgomery City, Mo., June 15.
All Missouri is invited to attend the
wedding of Miss Genevieve Clark,
daughter of Speaker Champ Clark,
of the national house of representa representatives,
tives, representatives, and James Thompson of New
Orleans, which will take place at
Honey Shuck, the Clark home at
Bowling Green, Mo., June 30.
Mr. L. W. Duval was a member of
a camping party spending last night
at Salt Springs.
Ocala 75c;

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GUSH
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OCALA,

THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

D
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THAT THE RUSSIANS
AW OF THE OTHER OPPOSING
ANOTHER DAY
OF ARGUMEIIT
CASE OF FRANK WILL THEN BE
COMPLETE FOR THE GOVER GOVERNOR'S
NOR'S GOVERNOR'S CONSIDERATION
(Associated Press)
Atlanta, June 15. Testimony for
and against Leo Frank, which was
presented at hi3 trial on the charge
of murdering Mary Phagan and in the
subsequent court proceedings, was
exhaustively reviewed before Gov
ernor Slaton yesterday on the hear
ing of Frank's application for a com
mutation of sentence. The hearing
was adjourned until tomorrow. Ar Argument
gument Argument will be completed then and
the case submitted.
FIERCE CHARGE
AGAINST FULLAM
Head of Naval Academy Accused of
Tampering With Evidence
Annapolis, June 15. A virtual
charge of tampering with the evi evidence
dence evidence of witnesses before the court
of inquiry, which is investigating ir irregularities
regularities irregularities in examination papers at
the naval academy has been made
against Admiral Fullam, superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of the school by Congressman
Hay, counsel for the seven midship midshipmen
men midshipmen defendants.
Hay said the evidence of the mid midshipmen
shipmen midshipmen was, that they had been tak taken
en taken to the superintendent's office and
that either the superintendent or his
aide told them if they took a certain
position in this case what would hap happen
pen happen to them if indicted for tamper tampering
ing tampering with the evidence of witnesses.
As a result of Hay's statement the
president of the court wrote Fullam
requesting that the witnesses and
possible defendants summoned thru
the superintendent's office he not in instructed
structed instructed as to the possible status in
which they would be placed by vir virtue
tue virtue of any action they might take as
witnesses or defendants.
YOUNG MAN DROWNED
AT LADY LAKE
Lady Lake, June 15. Lyle Robbins,
aged 17 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. B.
B. Robbins, was drowned in Lake
Hermosa Saturday afternoon while
bathing in the lake just in front of
his home. He was a good swimmer
and diver, but it is supposed he be became
came became unconscious while swimming
and sunk to rise no more.
Mr. W. M. Brooks, one of Tampa's
successful real estate dealers and all
around business man, is a guest of the
Harrington Hall hotel. Mr. Brooks is
well remembered in this city as be being
ing being one of the biggest men in the
rohosphate business some twenty
years ago.
Mr. E. II. Miller of Fairfield was in
jtown today.

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FLORIDA TUESDAY,
MR. VILSOII

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FEELS OPTIMISTIC

MM ID MEXICO

(Associated Press)

Washington, June 15. President
Wilson told his callers today that the
plans of the United States for dealing
with the Mexican situation were not
definitely determined as yet, but that
the situation seemed to be taking
shape. He said he had before him
today a proclamation from General
Carranza and a memorandum from
General Villa, in answer to the presi
dent's recent statement to the differ
ent Mexican factions that they must
adjust their differences or some other
means would be found by the United
States to restore a stable government
in Mexico..
AN ENCOURAGING OUTLOOK
The president feels encouraged by
the reports of pending negotiations
between the United States and Ger Germany
many Germany being likely to have a peaceful
outcome. Those who have discussed
the situation with the president and
other officials have found the belief
prevalent that chances for an amica
ble understanding with Germany are
much better than they have been at
any time since the sinking of the
Lusitama. It is understood that this
feeling is based upon official and un
official reports from Berlin.
Senator Simmons of North Caro
lina, after seeing the president and
talking with other officials last night,
said he found a general feeling of op
timism.
STEAMER SUNK
IN THE WniTE SEA
Probably Ran Afoul of a Drifting
Russian Mine
(Associated Press)
London, June 15. The British
steamer Arndale has been sunk by a
mine in the White Sea.
The White Sea is an arm of the
Arctic ocean, reaching down into the
Russian mainland from the north.
It is the body of water into which
runs the Dvine riverr on which Arch
angel is situated. So if the British
ship hit a mine it must have been a
Russian mine" that broke loose from
its moorings.
COIN WILL ROLL
INTO CITRUS COUNTY
Inverness, June 15 The melon sea
son began here this week. The first
car was shipped by S. P. Potter, who
received $300 f. o. b. for it. The
Thompson, Shultz and Connell farms
began shipping Saturday, sending out
several cars at $275, f. o. b. Inverness.
All indications point to a good season.
as melon buyers are active and prices
promise to be good. The melon crop
will bring many thousands of dollars
to Citrus county.
FELLOWSHIP FIRST
PICNIC OF THE SEASON
On account of the unveiling of the
monument the late Gen. H. W. Long.
on June 24th, at Cotton Plant, the
Woodmen of the World at Fellowship
have postponed their picnic from
Thursday, June 24, to Thursday, July
1st. Several prominent speakers
from different parts of the state have
been invited to make speeches. Ev
erybody is cordially invited to come
and bring well filled baskets. Re Refreshments
freshments Refreshments will be sold for the ben
efit of the W. O. W.
CoL H. S. Chubb, former register of
the United States Land Office, is in
Gainesville greeting his host of
friends, with a hearty handshake and
a genial smile. All are glad to see
him and extend to him the glad
hand. Gainesville Sun.

AT IdDGlDSA

NQ

JUNE 15, 1915
REGARDIHG GEO-
CLEARWATER
IS COMING
WILL BE HERE ALL FOUTH OF
JULY WEEK OTHER INTER
ESTING BASEBALL
ITEMS
Manager Hunter informs the Star
that the ever welcome Clearwater
team will be here for a week begin beginning
ning beginning Monday, July 5. The fourth
coming on Sunday, the celebrating
will be done Monday, and the ball
game will be the most interesting
part of it.
Honors are even between Ocala and
Clearwater, each team having won
five games, while the eleventh term terminated
inated terminated in a draw. Beside the snort-
ing spirit, there is great personal
friendship between the two towns,
and the news that the Sunset jCity
team will be here will be welcome.
Good Game With Gainesville
The Star hopes that there will be a
big attendance on the ball game to-f
morrow. The Gainesville team will be
made up exclusively we are informed,
of home talent, and as our team is of
the same material, the game will be
strictly amateur on both sides. Our
boys have been putting in their best
licks at practice, and they should be
encouraged for their good work by a
larg attendance.
Belleview and Starke
Our next-door team of Bclleview
will be here Thursday, and while it is
not known who the game will be with
on the 24th, Manager Hunter has
booked a game with Starke for July 1.
IT IS AGAIN RUMORED
ROUMANIA WILL ENTER
Rome, June 15. A dispatch to the
Giornale DTtalia says: "M. Filicopo,
leader of the Rumania progressives,
declared today that the quadruple
entente (Great Britain, France, Rus Russia
sia Russia and Italy) practically have agreed
to the demands of Rumania. There Therefore
fore Therefore a definite conclusion of an un understanding
derstanding understanding for the intervention of
Rumania in thi3.war is imminent."
CANT REVIEW THE
WHITE SLAVE CASE'
!
Washington, June
Caminetti has lost his fight in the su
preme court for a review of his con conviction
viction conviction in the federal district court
at San Francisco, of violating the
Mann white slave 'law. The court
denied the application without opin opinion.
ion. opinion. The relatives of J. A. Barton, the
man found dead on Noith Osceola
street Friday night, have been heard
from in Chicago and Detroit. Severa
fraternal societies of which he was a
member in hi3 northern home have
instructed the authorities that all ex expenses
penses expenses incident to his death and burial
will be attended to at once. It is un understood
derstood understood that a son from Chicago is
on the way here to remove the re remains
mains remains to that city.
Woodmen
picnic to Homosassa
Thursday.
Circuit court is taking a vacation
until tomorrow.

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STAR

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COMES

AC

!0SS WITH THE COi

AMERICAN COTTO

SHIPPERS TO NEUTRAL GONITIS WILL FflOBABLY.BE PAID

FULL PRICE FOR

(Associated Press)

New York, June 15. The bankers
and marine insurance interests were
pleased today by the news that Great
Britain has paid an installment oft
more than $300,000 on a cargo of Am
erican cotton bound for Sweden.
In March and April, Britain seized
twenty-six ships, carrying cotton
worth twelve million, dollars, consign consigned
ed consigned mostly to Holland, Sweden and
Denmark. Local financial concerns
discounted the drafts. These are due
soon. England has ordered the cot cotton
ton cotton sold at contract prices.
COURT ALLOWS BILLARD
TO COME CLEAN
(Associated Tress)
New York, June 15 The federal
. . ...
district court today granted immun-
ity to John L. Billard, a former direc
and Hartfo7d railroad, who was in-
dieted with twenty other present and
former directors for alleged violation
of the an-trust laws. Billard claimed
immunity because he had testified be before
fore before the Interstate Commerce Com Commission
mission Commission a federal grancf jury.
GAME LAW APPROVED
BY THE GOVERNOR
A special from Tallahassee to the
Jacksonville Metropolis says:
The governor today signed the bill
abolishing the state game depart department.
ment. department. With the stroke of the pen that
wrote his signature on the enrolled
act of the legislature, Governor
Trammcll placed on the statute books
the Rornto bill, which places the en enforcement
forcement enforcement of the game laws back in
the hands of the boards of county
commissioners.
The abolition of the state game de department,
partment, department, which was the very aim of
the Gomto bill, became a fact on the
moment the' governor affixed his sig signature
nature signature to the bill.
During' the past few days the chief
executive has been besieged with pe petitions
titions petitions both for and against the meas measure.
ure. measure. Sportsmen and -hunters from
nearly every section of the state ne-
titioncd the governor against his ap-
1 iL. -1
proval of the measure. Likewise.

15. p. r)rev.lrnany who favored the placing of the

enforcement of the game laws within
the boundary of the respective coun counties,
ties, counties, sent in petitions favoring such
approval.
The governor waited until the very
last day left to him for action. Should
he not have either vetoed or approved
the bill today it would have become
a law without his signature. Had he
vetoed it the state game department
would have been given life for at least
j : another two years, or until the legis-
idiuic i:i:ls again in jrn.
Notwithstanding the fact that the
A. C. L. can't run Sunnyjim but three
days in the week, and is sparring for
an opening to take off the Ocala,
Gainesville nd Wilcox train, it is
keeping on 37 and 33, between Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and St. Petersburg, tho those
trains never carry much local traffic
and nearly all the tourists went north
weeks ago.
Masons meet Thursday evening.

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LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS TIME

NO. 140
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THEIR STAPLE
LIMITED SERVICE
i
ON CHICAGO LHIES
ELEVATED RUNNING ONLY A
FEW TRAINS AND SURFACE
ROADS TIED UP
(Associated Press)
Chicago; June 15. Two acts of vio violence
lence violence marked the very 1 imited service
maintained on the elevated lines to-
day as a result of the trt railwnv
i tnke A PIank was thrown at
I fln o car f mm r ft .u J a 1
one car from a fire escape, and the
! D"ck l?rown another car smash-
led a window. No attem rt was TYinrlf
i .
to Perat the surface, lines. There
are no E1&ns cf a- settlement of tho
etriA-e yet, wmcn anects a million and
a half people.
' 9
".MARVELOUS MIDWAY"
The Gainesville Sun contains an ex excellent
cellent excellent WTite-up of Mcintosh by Peter
Stanley. Among other things, it says:
When the National highway missed
that forty mile stretch of marvelous
beauty between Ocala and Gainesville,
via Mcintosh, the strongest "reel" in
the moving picture advertisement for
Florida was cut out.
The long, white stretches of hard
road is so picturesquely woven into
the fine farms and orange groves, dip dipping
ping dipping here and there into a thick spot
of large hardwood trees from which
hang festoons of grey moss, thence
making a loop-stitch through a village
or cluster of farm residences, that one
is "simply carried away" with its
charms and says with the poet:
"Like a silver thread through a roy royal
al royal cloth of green!"
Like a string of golden beads, with
frequent insertions of rare diamonds,
the well tilled farm3 and orange
groves touch each other along the
winding road, interspersed with the
beautiful little towns.
And from the center of the string of
golden and diamond beads might hang
a pendant, more precious and brilliant
than the balance, marking the divide
from which the smaller jewels must
giaduate with precision and beauty.
Mcintosh is the marvelous midway be between
tween between Ocala and Gainesville Ocala
twenty miles to the south, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville twenty miles to the north.
But just as water seeks its level, so"
will the real highway seek the most
attractive routes regardless of. official
designation.
Mr. J. S. Pedrick and Mr. G. M.
Dorr, two of the leading business
men of Dunnellon, were in the city
yesterday. Mr. Pedrick wa3 over to
bid good-bye to friends who were de departing
parting departing on the Jacksonville train;
also to inspect the well that is being
put down for the city at the water
works. Mr. Pedrick is thinking of
putting down at Dunnellon in the
near future a well about the same
size.
Game with Gainesville Wednesday
afternoon.
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OCALA EVENING STAR TUESDAY. JUNE 15, 1915

TWO

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Uusine Manner
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at OcrV. Fla., postofflce as second class matter.

DIXIEJilGHWAY
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A SHREWD
WOMAN
By EUNICE BLAKE

Martin Kerupfer was a mountaineer

How Eskimo Women Die.

On her first entrance to her new uutj
of snow an Eskimo woman U buoyed
bv bor of weL-otulnc a son. What of!

m
her last lucunilng to those narrow con confines?
fines? confines? he knows that the medicine
man has decided that her sickness Is
mortal when she U laid uion her bed
of snow. She Razes upon the feebly
burning lamp beside her. upon food
and drink set close at her hand. She

sees her loved ones pass out of the

All that ails Mr. Bryan is an ab abnormal
normal abnormal amplification of the ego. But
that's some complaint.
A grand jury indictment sometimes
brings results, but a grand jury pre presentment
sentment presentment is seldom worth the paper it
is written on.
The Leesburg Commercial is com coming
ing coming right to the front. It has put in

a linntvne. and exDects to set this

M x r
week's issue from it.

but the bank hasn't notified us that it
i i t : ,-. ,t ir i

noma any paper m...,,, u- , should

Camp is a strenuous person. He
, .mi- erected.

never takes tne count unui no if en entirely
tirely entirely put to sleep, and we expect he

will furnish us considerable more

news in the future.

The foregoing is the design of
arches which Secretary Rooney de desires
sires desires to have put over the entrance

,;ana at me iors ui me luna v.i u.c surcwu woman, and l?iore uouig any-

Central .Florida route of the Dixie thing of importance be was usel to con con-IIi"hway.
IIi"hway. con-IIi"hway. It is easv to see how ap- i Milling her. So he went home an.d told

i nrooriatc and useful they would be, l'tr experience ana mat ue was

i.v ..11 rtiean be L l J n nun iu uuujr ue uau

in the Swis Alps. He owned a num- doorway that needs no tunnel entrance i

to keep chill airs away, fur preseutly
the door t sealed with snow. The chill
of death pierces through her envelop (
Ing furs. Her tomb insures that no
long tarrying will be hers. The soul,
companioning with her. may refresh
Itself with food; but. starving and
freezing, her feeble IhxIj will witness
even that soul's departure and know
that its hour has cvuie to perish alone.
Harper's.

ber of goats and made cheeee of their
in ilk. One day when Martin was
climbing up to a considerable height
he came to u man lying ou his back In
a dyim; condition, for he had slipped
and fallen over a eliS. Martin stanch stanched
ed stanched the plornl flowing from the wound
and otherwise cared for the sufferer
untii he died. Then he went down to
the valley to report the matter.

-Martins wile, iretcnen. was a very

SOME ARE SENSIBLE

i left on the mountain side might be

buried
"Don't you say anything about It."
said Gretchen. "You mlsht be accused
of having committed a murder."

In discussing the second American j Martin had thought of that himself.
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Ump mot. fiprman naners are violent; reason uy ue nau

"v "J

The Star is glad to be informed; T .. etJ,fp ilMt t least mentioned the matter to his wife. He
that the legislature gave the state tfwar? the Lmted State:V 'Ut &t aJ con.-iu.Icd to keep his mouth shut. But
board of health some help, though not'o a there were two thin,s he did not think
Qc that r,ohle intitu- moderation. The Morgen Po.-,t sas., of, succorlnK tlle ?traiJSt.r Le had
near as much as that The note is filled with tones of ot Bome blood on his sleeve, and when
tion deserved. It has been said often x. . VAtAm ..' .....

nearnness anu lntnuiuicss iiu .-tn. uivuwui iue luouuuiiu ue uau uiei

Mr. II. L. Anderson, the big bull

moose tf Florida, in town last week,

is among those who support Presi
dent Wilson's policy.

Judging by the way the Jackson

ville State is showing things up pub

lic affairs in Jacksonville and Duval
county must be in a very rotten con

dition.

"My Germany, right or wrong,"
seems to be the sentiment of Dixie.
Charlie Jones seems to be one of those

- . , t

jenuemen who nauc liiigimiu w.iv.

England is England.
"The world is war mad," says Mr.
Bryan. The over-pacific gentleman is
mistaken. There were no nations war war-mad
mad war-mad except Germany and Austria.
The others did all possible to keep out
of war. The world is war sick.

Concerning the now much argued
question of preparedness, the Star
would like to read in the Times-Union
a lucid article on, "If Great Britain
and France had been as well prepared
as Germany, would there have been
any war?"

Editor Paul Nisle of Dunnellon,
who was in town Saturday, informs
the Star that he has put a typeset typesetting
ting typesetting machine in his office. Mr. Nisle

runs a good paper. The Star is glad
to see that he is keeping right up

with 'the procession.
Speaking of road material, and put

ting it in place, the Star has never
yet seen any more practical, eco economical
nomical economical and solid proposition than

that, of J. D. Eooney to use the labor
of the state convicts in building roads

of brick made of Florida clay.

After reading the Times-Union
with great attention since the sinking
of the Lusitania, we are forced to the

conclusion that it would forgive the
Germans for the act if the United
States would only turn in and whip
Great Britain. It seems to be of the

same opinion as Hobson, but is not

so outspoken about it.

It is reported that German agents

are trying to incite strikes among the
workmen in American ammunition
factories. If they are doing anything
of the sort, they have no right to

comnlam of any violation of neu

trality on the part of the United

States, as they will be virtually car carrying
rying carrying on war against the allies on

American soil.

The "Fatherland," the German or organ
gan organ in America, which has been abus

ing Mr. Bryan like he was a pirate

has now turned around and praises

him for a patriot. The gentleman who

edits the Fatherland may know al

about Germany, and may know more
about Britain and France than the

British and French do. But he doesn'

know much about the people of Am

erica.

in the last two years that the state!
of Florida would help save the farm

er's hogs from disease, but would not
help to save the farmer's children.
While we fear this stigma will not
be entirely removed in the next two
years, the state board seems to have
somewhat greater means. 'There is a
problem that greatly concerns the
thinking men and women of the state,
tho it does not concern the heedless
ones notwithstanding the fact that
they are probably the element most
affected. It regards the state's duty

to look after the health of those who
are partly or entirely unable to meet

doctor's bills and buy medicine when

they or members of their families are

sick. It can't be gainsaid that it is
the duty, of the state to do all in its
power to preserve the health of its

citizens. The state board of health is

doing what it can on this principle,

more by trying to prevent disease

than by curing the sick. It has not j

the means, of course, to do all that

should be done, or indeed any but a

comparatively small part of it; but it

is doing what it can. In this -work it
is aided byv nearly all the physicians
of the state. Nobody can estimate
the. immense amount of unpaid work
the medical profession does. Cases are

continually coming up where people
must have help they cannojt pay for
or die. Its seldom indeed we hear of

any person dying from lack of medi- cumulations of soot which elins to the

cal or surgical aid. And there is an- interior of hinine.vs and f.nes and clog

other larere and increasing class ;

which needs preventive treatment. A
case of tuberculosis of course, means
that unless carefully and scientifically

treated other cases will spring from
it. A case of typhoid means that
others in the family or community

may be attacked with the diesase.
Smallpox is always possible, and vac vaccination
cination vaccination is a safeguard against it.

Malaria and hookworm weaken the
system and render it more vulnerable
to tuberculosis or other malignant
disease. The great increase in popu population
lation population renders all these things more

dangerous than they were twenty or
ten years ago. The legislature did
well in helping the state board, but it
would have done better if it had help helped
ed helped it more. Keeping the people in
good health is one of the most im important
portant important things a state can do.

to open and smooth the way for fur- j

ther negotiations. The offer to medi mediate
ate mediate between Germany and Great Brit Britain
ain Britain will unquestionably be gladly ac accepted
cepted accepted by the German' government
and if mediation fails it will be Great
Britain's fault."
The Morgen Post praises the up uprightness
rightness uprightness of the United States and

hope3 it will be possible to demon demonstrate
strate demonstrate that Germany is acting within

' her rights.

The Tageblatt says: "It cannot be
seen why the German government
should not be able to enter into a dis discussion
cussion discussion with the American govern government
ment government concerning another kind and
manner of naval warfare. This possi possibility
bility possibility is increased by the American of offer
fer offer of mediation with England. The
answer will not be ready for several
weeks, but it must be said that the
German people now, as before, lay

great weight on undisturbed relations

with the United States, whose wars
of liberation they once joytully greet greeted
ed greeted and within whose borders millions
of Germans have found new homes.
The earnest character of the note
may not be overlooked, but it con contains
tains contains nothing which ever indirectly
can be looked upon as an ultimatum."

Chimneys rnd Potatoes.
The greatest hindrance to a chlm chlm-nev
nev chlm-nev drawing as It should Is the ac-

up stovepipes. Many t;r-s 'i've neen
caused by the burning out or' tlv 'xt
which accumulates,, and disagreeable
odors and an unhealthy atmosphere
are frequently produced n houses
where soot is burning in chimneys.
All this danger and unp'e.isantnets
may be avoided by the use of small
potatoes, which are, as a rule, almost
worthless for any other purpose If
burned a few at a time every day o
two. those will prevent soot collecting
fu the tines. Even the iotato peeling",
which are usually cast into the gar
bage. can be burned in a f tov or fur furnace
nace furnace and will help keep the p!o and
Hues free from the usual accumula accumulations
tions accumulations of soot. Try this plan If you
want to cujoy better health and pro
tect your property from tire. New
York American.

Jacob Kirshner going up. Klrshner
found the body and in telling of his
find mentioned having met Kempfer
coming down the mountain. This ex excited
cited excited soie suspicion that Kempfer had
been the cause of the stranger's death,
and a man was sent to his house to
investigate. Kempfer received him,
an 1 the visitor noticed a spot on his
shirt sleeve that looked like blood.
To make a long story short. Kempfer' s
not having reported the stranger's
death led to his undolug. He was tried
for murder and convicted, to be sen sentenced
tenced sentenced on a Friday at the hour of
111 noon.
Gretchen. his wife, was horror strick stricken
en stricken at the result of the advice she had

given her husband, who attempted to

comfort her by saying that if he had

reported rhe matter he might still have
been convicted. The misfortune was
in tiudiug the stranger. Gretchen. who.

a.s has been said, was a woman of
great shrewdness, set her wits to work

to think of some plau whereby she

might save her husband.

She -went to Adolph Switzer, the head

man of the canton, and lesought him

to save her husband, assuring him that
it was her fault that he had been con

victed and It was she. if any one. that
should le punished. Switzer replied

that the verdict was n matter for the
courts, over which he had no power,
and Gretchen went away disconsolate.

One morning some time before the

hanging Gretchen, being still asleep.

dreamed of a plan by which she might

save her husband. When she awoke,
though, she did not consider It likely

to succeed; still she believed it loss1-

bie. At any rate she determined to

try 1L

Her husband had. among other things,
a chronometer which had been given
him by a watchmaker in Geneva and
which he valued very highly. He se

cured tho time once a month regularly

A Bed For Sventen.
Probably there Is no bed capable of
holding so many as seventeen in thU
country. But such ji bed Is to be
found in the Mount Tet hut (10.OUO

feet above the seaj, one of the Swiss
mountain cabins belonging to the
Alpine club. The bed U really con- j
structed to hold only fourteen, but the j
day on which a party visited the hut j

was so exceptionally clear and the con

ditlons for climbing were so favora- j

ble that twenty-one members and

friends, besides the guides accompany

ing them, turned up at the cabin to
stay the night. The guides took pos possession
session possession of the kitchen, aud the twen

ty-one sorted themselves out as fol

lows: Seventeen -slept on the bed.

three on the floor and the remaining
one In a chair.

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The Suave Oriental.
Admiral Sah. the Chinese naval ex

pert, once had the misfortune to lose

a cruiser. On his reporting the wreck

to the Chinese admiralty he received
a letter thanking him for doing so and

pointing out that as the cruiser was

getting somewhat wornout a replace

cruiser would be much more useful.

Would he. therefore, at his private ex

pense, buy the new cruiser as quickly

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ANY FARMER CAN MAKE, BECAUSE IT SAVES
LABOR AND IS READY TO WORK AT ALL TIMES.
YOU CAN RUN YOUR CREAM SEPARATOR, FEED
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Putting Him Wise.
"I'd like to make you ray wife."

said the practical young man. but

they tell me you can't keep, house,

Iont you believe all they tell you."

rejoined the girl in the case. You get
the house ami put it in my name, and

I'll prove to you that 1 can keep It.

Exchange.

An Economy.

"No money, no trunks. said the irate

landlord. "If you don't pay your board

bill we hold your trunks till you do."

Splendid." said Dedbroke. "That'll

8a ve me tne exreiise or storage on

these things of mine until next season.

By-by, old may Judge.

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For delivering work the same day it is received if it is sent in early
and immediate delivery requested. This feature of OUR LAUNDHY
is quite convenient for traveling men and transient people generally.
We use the best of everything that goes to giving, absolute satisfac satisfaction.
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"Going to stretch your legs?" we ask

ed the man who supports thirteen rela

tives.

Only the other one. he replied Id

explanation Kxchnnge.

Dr. J. L. Davis of Irvine, who thoi
only 47 years of age, is one of the
oldest residents of Ocala, Spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday in the city visiting Mrs. Davis,
who is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Archie Mclver. Dr. Davis came to
Ocala 45 years ago, when he was a
two-year-old boy, and his description
of the little village as it looked forty forty-odd
odd forty-odd years ago was very interesting.
Dr. Davis was an interested reader
of "How Ocala Will Look Twenty Twenty-Five
Five Twenty-Five Years Hence," and thinks it pos possible
sible possible -that if the city will only keep up
the gait of the last forty years, with
the natural acceleration that may be
expected, most if not all of the re results
sults results of that "Looking Forward"
dream may be attained.

There is a direct conflict of veracity

between Acting Secretary of State
Lansing and Mr. Bryan. The latter

gentleman makes the statement that
between the time he handed in his
resignation and the second American
note regarding the Lusitania was dis dispatched
patched dispatched to Germany, that changes
were made in the note. Mr. Lansing
says no such changes were made. We
think most people will believe Mr.
Lansing.

The editor of the Star was all
broke up the other day to find that
he owed Mn R. C. Camp $100. Mr.

Camp returned from Tallahassee
about a month ago, and meeting the

Star man, the two exchanged con

dolences on the lack of exciting oc

currences. With the happy irrespon

sibility of the impecunious, the Star
man offered Mr. Camp $100 if he
would stir up something exciting. He
did it. And when he next met the

newspaper man, he reminded him of

his promise and asked him to come

across, saying he needed the money.
Although we had utterly forgotten
.the promise, we stuck to it, and gave

Mr. Camp our I. O. U., with the
promise we would cash it when we
could. The last we saw of him, he

was majting a bee-line for the bank,

Uncle Joe Dixon, the printer

journalist, whose classic writings
have given much pleasure to the read

ers of the Lakeland Telegram, is vis

iting his Ocala friends today.

Hell is a hot place, but it is an ice

berg compared to the firing lines of

Europe. Bradentown Herald.

How do you know? Youhave never

been in either place.

The Pznzy.
Plant historians have never yet set
tied to their satisfaetion just how the

pansy originated It was known as a
garden Uower in Kngland fully three
centuries ago. and the probability ts
that it was developed from a certain
species of violet with trl'-oiored petals,
which is still to be found growing
wild along nritish waysides uud in
other parts of northern Murope.
The old herbalist Cerade. describing
the "pansie. or heart's ease." as tie
knew It, says quaintly that It lias
"flowers in form and figure like the
violet and 'for the-most part of the
same bignesse. of three sundry colors colors-that
that colors-that Is to say. purple, yellow and white
or blue by reason of the beautie and
braverieof which colors they are pleas
lng to the eye. For smell they have
little or none at all. The root is noth nothing
ing nothing else but. as It were, a bundle of
threddy strings." London Graphic

Constipation Cured Overnight

A small dose of Po-Do-Lax tonight

and you will enjoy a full, free, easy

bowel movement in the morning. No

tM-ininf. for Pn-Dr-Lax 13 Podonhvlin

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una luwmi iii.il cw.waicu uever vuneu (May Apple) without the gripe. I'o-

more man a icw seconus. xue result nrt-Lax corrects the cause of consti-

was that Martin furnished time for the nation by arousing the liver, increas-

whole valley. The dav before the ing the How of bile, liile is nature's

haiiirin? the sheriff nske.1 n rtttznn n antiseptic in the bowels. With proper

go to Gretchen and get the time, that amo,unt S bile' diSeson in bowels is

he might Ikj sure to execute his prls- Pe"- E3- no lermentauon, no

oner in exact accordance with tho sen- irritaile. Get a bottle of Po-Do-Lax
tence. Gretchen g;ive the Inoulrer time rm n,omc- ta mr

fifteen minutes behind what was cor- your constipation overnight. Ad. 1

rect. stating that she had learned that A Doctor's Prescription for Cough an

owing to bad weather the astronomer

In Geneva who observed the sun had

been unable to do so for several weeks

and had discovered a considerable er

ror In his chronometers. The sheriff

set his watch in accordance with the

time given him

On the morning of the hanging Gretch

en went to the head man of the can

ton and asked him for an order for the

body of her husband that she might

give It burial. Switzer replied that he

would give her the order after the ex

ecution had taken place and not be

fore. Half an hour before 12 she went

to his house with her chronometer.

which she set ahead fifteen minutes.

and when the hands pointed to 12

Switzer signed the order. Gretchen

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Natural Question.

m1 will wash mine hands In lnno

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"What is lnnocency. mamma? Ia It

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HOFFMAN PRESS

Mr. David H. Burry of Orange

Lake, was in the city today and made
the Star a pleasant call. Mr. Burry
agrees with the Star that the state.

and especially Marion county, has
both the largest and best corn crop
that he has ever seen and he has lived
at Orange Lake for many years
On exhibit in the Board of Trade
rooms are some immense beets, which
were brought in from Burbank. They
weigh five of six pounds apiece, and
the yield is sixteen tons to the acre.

Clever Gainsborough.
The father of Thomas Gainsborough,
the great Suffolk painter, added as
much to the wealth of Sudbury as the
son Increased its fame, says the Lon
don Tatler. for the father Introduced
more than one new industry Into the
town from Coventry. The Gain' bor boroughs
oughs boroughs were Indeed a remarkable fam
lly. One brother of the painter, known
as "Scheming Jack. was clever enough
to make him?elf a pair of copper wings,
but not clever enough to fly with them:
to make a cradle which rocked Itself
and a cuckoo which sang all the year
round. Thomas himself at an early
age startled his father by forging his
signature to a message addressed to
the local schoolmaster. "Give Tom a
holiday." a message which pcovoked
the parental prophecy. Tom will be
hanged one day." Tom was banged
In the Royal academy.

Whooping Cough

"When my daughter had "whooping

cough she coughed so hard at one

time that she had hemorrhage 01 tne
lunirs. I was terribly alarmed about

had a horse and. a cart in waiting a her condition. Seeing Chamberlain's

short distance from the house, and. Cough Remedy so highly recom-

Jumping Into the cart, she whipped the 1 mended, I got her a bottle and it re-

horse to a gallop, traversing a mile to heved the cough at once. Before she
the Jail. On the way she turned the had finished two bottles f this rem rem-hands
hands rem-hands of her chronometer backward edy she vai entirely well, writes

airs. 5. t urimes, twrooKsviiie, unio.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.

to correspond with the time she had
tiven the sheriff. When she reached

him his and her timepieces both mark

ed ten minutes to 12. She held the

head man's order aloft, crying:
"A reprieve, a reprieve!"

The sheriff read the order and, think

ing that the condemned m:in had been
pardoned, turned 'him over to hU wife.
Then the two Jumped into the cart and
drove like mad to a railway station a

few miles distant, where they caught

a train bound for the French border.

The misunderstanding that Gretchen
had brought about letween the head

man of the canton and the sheriff was

not discovered till an hour after that
fixed for the execution and when the
eonvi -ted man was well on his way to
foreign territory. A soon a. the truth
whs known a conference was held by
the authorities, but nothing was ever
done aMt:t the matter, for when they
learned that Kempfer was In a foreign
land they did nt try to jret him. and
in tie:e his- wife convinced them that
lie w:- an Innocent man. Then he re-turm-d
to his home

Daily Thought.
The most gladsome thing In the
world is that few cf us fall very low,
the saddest that with such capabili capabilities
ties capabilities we seldom rise blah. J. M. Barrie

SEE 1HK FARM on the Silver

Springs road which furnishes the

Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf jles, milk and eggs, tf

Have your prescriptions- filled at
Gerig's, the only drug store in Ocala
with more than one registered phar pharmacist.
macist. pharmacist. 4-27-tf

Prof. J. J. Vernon, d,ean of agricul agriculture
ture agriculture at the University of Florida, has
many friends in Marion county who
will regret to learn that he has sever severed
ed severed his connection with the universitv.

Fresh shrimp today. RodofT at
Keating's Buffet. Phone 22. tf

Call and examine our 50 cents a
pound, box of chocolates. The box is
plain but the chocolates are high high-grade.
grade. high-grade. Troxler's. 4-tf
Buy your arugs from Gerig's. Qual Quality
ity Quality the be ?t always. 4-27-tf

For plumbing and electrical work
see II. W. Tucker. Phone 30Q f

Best Thing for a Bilious Attack
"On account of my confinement in
the printing office I have for years
been a chronic sufferer from indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and liver trouble. A few weeks
ago I had an attack that was so se severe
vere severe that I was not able to go to the
case for two days. P'ailing to get any
relief from other treatment, I took
three of Chamberlain's Tablets and
the next day I felt like a new man,"
writes II. C. Bailey, editor Carolina
News, Chapin, S. C. Obtainable ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. Adv.
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(If you have any items for this
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Thought for the Day
The best thing to five your enemy
is forgiveness; to an opponent, toler tolerance;
ance; tolerance; to a friend, your heart; to your
child a good example; to your mother,
conduct that will make her proud of
you; to yourself, respect; to all men,
charity. F. M. Balfour.
Mrs. Jack Camp and Master Henry
Camp are expected home Thursday
from Tybee Beach, Savannah, where
they are guests of Mr. Camp's sister,
Mrs. G. F. Armstrong.
Mrs. B. J. Potter of Jacksonville is
the guest of her caughter, Mrs. H. A.
Waterman, arriving last eek.
One of the most enjoyable social
events of the week was the dinner
party given by Dr. and Mrs. H. H.
Briggs at the Battery Park hotel last
night. Covers were laid for twelve.
Following the dinner Dr. and Mrs.
Briggs' guests joined in the dancing
in the lounge of the hotel. Asheville
notes in Times-Union.
Dr. Briggs is a yearly visitor to
Ocala, a guest at the home of Mr.
Clarence Camp.
Dr. II. A. Daniels and Mrs. M. II.
Haughton, formerly of Ocala, but
now of Jacksonville, have the sym sympathy
pathy sympathy of friends in the death of their
mother, Mrs. J. J. Daniels, which oc occurred
curred occurred Sunday in Jacksonville.
Mrs. J. II. Workman of Miami is
expected in Ocala some time during
the first of the summer to visit Miss
Mary McDowell,
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Miss Geraldine Anderson, after a
visit of a week to Miss Musie Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, left today for her home at
Seville..
Miss Rexie Todd, who has been vis visiting
iting visiting her brother, Dr. Ben Todd in
Atlanta, since leaving Nashville, will
arrive home Thursday.
Miss Fay Cribbett, who has been
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Olive Bach Bach-elder
elder Bach-elder for ten days, left this morning
for Lakeland to attend the Florida
Epworth League conference before re returning
turning returning to her home in St. Peters Petersburg.
burg. Petersburg. Miss Ellen Remington Leigh of
Jacksonville, who recently visited her
brother, Mr. Sam Leigh and wife in
this city, has many friends here who
will be glad to know she is recovering
from an operation undergone Friday
at St. Catherine's hospital.
Little Misses Alice Hubner of Lees Lees-turg
turg Lees-turg and Marguerite Plummer of An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, are the guests of Mrs. Ed Car Car-michael
michael Car-michael this week. Mrs. Carmichael
has planned a trip down the river for
them tomorrow.
The families of Dr. H. C. Dozier and
Mr. II. B. Clarkson have rented one
of the Connor cottages at Lake Weir
for two months, beginning the first of
August.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Scott and son of
Delray, are guests for the week of
the former's brother-in-law and sis sister,
ter, sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Tompkins.
Miss Helen Brown was the lovely
hostess entertaining the Tuesday auc auction
tion auction club today at its regular meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Playing with the club members
were the two charming guests of the
hostess, Miss Bernice Lyle and Miss
Flossie Byrd. Following the games
ice tea and sandwiches were served
and while they were relished scores
were compared and a pretty guest
towel awarded the player holding the
highest.
Mrs. Moody and Miss Lou Moody,
who have been occupying Idlewild,
the Lake Weir home of Mr. D. E. Mc
lver for some time, moved today intoj
the Agnew house at North Lake
Weir. Mr. Mclver and family will
move to the lake tomorrow to remain
until the opening of school.
Mrs. Herbert Lattner left yester yesterday
day yesterday for Jacksonville to visit her
mother, Mrs. J. B. Chamberlain.
Little Miss Helen Newsom who
with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. V.
Newsom is spending the summer at
Clearwater, has returned home for a
few days, accompanied by her brother-in-law,
Rev. R. D. Dodge this far
on his way to Jacksonville to visit his
parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Dodge.
Rev. Dodge and Miss Helen will re return
turn return to Clearwater the last of the
week.
Dr. and Mrs. Chas. D. Hulbert of
St. Petersburg, have the sympathy of
their Ocala friends in their recent be bereavements.
reavements. bereavements. A few weeks ago Mrs.
Hulbert was called to Chicago by the
death of her mother and yesterday
morning at the Hulbert home, Dr.
Hulbert's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth
Powell Hulbert; died suddenly. The!
deceased was ill only a short time and j
her death was unexpected. Mrs. Hul-1
bert was in her 78th vpar. t
Miss Eleanor Tremere and Mrs. A.
B. Connor arrived in the city Sunday
from Belleview. Miss Tremere will
attend the state normal school.
Gainesville Sun.

2

department,
call 'phone 106)
Fine Work Done by the Flower Com Committee
mittee Committee of W. C. T. IL. with Mrs.
D. W. Tompkins, Supt.
Report for six months, Jan. 1915,
to June 1915: 179 bouquets sent to
the sick; 135 text cards given out;
1000 pages of literature distributed;
14 magazines; 148 visits to the sick;
31 garments given to the poor; two
hats given to needy; 21 visits to
strangers; six dinners sent to the
sick; six new members won; 13 pints
of jelly to the sick; eight pints of
milk to the sick; $3 for suit for the
needy; $8 for flowers for the sick;
$5 to a needy family,; five pairs of
shoes; 15 glasses of jelly to sick; 10
quarts preserves to sick; one crate of
fruit and vegetables to the needy; 25
drives given to the sick and shut-ins.
Burgess-Folks
A wedding of interest was that of
Miss Rochelle Folks and Mr. J. E.
Burgess last Thursday evening at
7:45 at the home of the bride's moth mother,
er, mother, Mrs. J. C. Folks at Romeo.
Rev. R. B. Bowers of Ocala officiat officiated.
ed. officiated. Only near relatives and a few
friends witnessed the ceremony.
Just before the finale of the soft
strains of the weddings march ren rendered
dered rendered by Miss Hilma Folks, cousin of
the bride, the young couple appeared
before the guests. The bride wore a
becoming gown of white silk crepe do
chene, with chiffon wedding veil and
bridal wreath of lilies of the valley.
She carried an artistic arm bouquet
of white bridal roses 'twined with as asparagus
paragus asparagus fern and tied with long
streamers of white satin ribbon. The
groom wore a suit of black.
Immediately after the ceremony
the guests were refreshed with cream
cake, Misses Mallie Folks, sister of
the bride, Lilla Hutchins and little
Misses Virginia and Alma Young
serving.
The bride's going away suit was of
tan ratine with combinations to match.
The young couple accompanied by a
few others motored to Ocala that
evening and left the following day
for Ariton, Ala., where Mr. Burgess
is engaged in the concrete business
for the A. C. L. Railroad Co. They
have the very best wishes of their
many friends.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Licensed Embalmer
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
The Servant
Question
has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE and a
WATER HEATER. The
cooking and cleaning on
Long Hot Days
are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET TOEM HELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bill.
Ocala Gas Company
PHONE 61
j' WOOD
: PHONF 503
J For Good Wood
I BIG Load for $1.
Four Order will have
'mmediate Attention.
j. K SMOAR
At BmoaVa Vkod Shop.
Mclver & MacKay
Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EI1BAIIIERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
D. E. BIcIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Director
I1 Work Done by Licenseo! Embal
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The Married Life of tielenand Warren
By MABEL HERBERT URNER
Originator cf "Their Married Life." Author of The
Journal cf a Neglected Wif The Woman Alone," etc

Excitement of the Midnight
Ominous

(Copyright. lq13, by the McClura Newspaper SyrwUcaU.

-A sleeper." eagerly. "Ob. can we :
get a sleeper?"
That's what I'm going to find out.
You stay here with these." and. leav leaving
ing leaving Helen with the hand baggage.
Warren hurried to the ticket window.
The dimly lit station was swarming
with passengers from the St. Paul. ;
all tensely anxJous to get on to Lon-
don. The excitement of the midnight :
landing was in the air. ;
London papers were being eagerly
scanned for the latest war news. A
table supplied with cable and tele-
graph blanks was crowded with those
anxious to send messages.
But' there was none of the usual ex exhilaration
hilaration exhilaration of landing. Even the hurry
and excitement were subdued by the
ominous feeling of depression.
"Got two berths of some kind,". an announced
nounced announced Warren. Then, with a glance
at the lunch counter, "Want some of
that fodder while we wait? There's
our old friend, Bovril," nodding at
the familiar English sign.
T don't like beef extract," de demurred
murred demurred Helen.
"Hello, they've got a bar, too! What
about sherry and bitters?
That'll set j
you up.
"Walt, dear," as Warren started for
the lunch counter. "A lot of people
are wiring on to the hotels for rooms.
Don't you think we'd better?"
"No; they always soak you more.
Don't you worry we'll get in some somewhere.
where. somewhere. They'll not turn away good
American money, war or no war."
Warren now made a raid on the
lunch counter, returning with sherry
and sandwiches. They had had a
late supper on the steamer, but the
thought of the midnight landing In
a country still In the throes of war
had left Helen too excited to eat.
"All passengers this way!" shouted
the guard.
Helen hastily finished her sandwich
and followed Warren Into the huge
brick-lined hall, where all the baggage
was ready for Inspection.
"Keep close to me," as he pushed
ahead and quickly located their trunks
In the section under "C." i
"Any spirits, tobacco or silver- j
plate?" asked the custom omcer per-
functorily, as he chalked the trunks
without opening them.
With some difficulty Warren got a
porter. The scarcity of porters was
one of the first evidences of the war.
"Register these trunks through to
Euston," he ordered. "This hand bag
gage we'll have In the sleeper.
Outside they made their way down
the platform to the waiting train.
"Where'a this stateroom?" asked
Warren, showing his ticket.
"They're not reserved, sir. Take
any you like."
When the porter deposited their
hand baggage In oneof the stuffy state
rooms, Helen looked around with
amazed disapproval. Compared with
the luxurious American sleeper it was
crude, shabby and not even clean.
There were two cot-like berths with
a washstand between. The curtains
were stained and dusty, and the bit of
carpet worn threadbare.
Helen promptly examined the dubious-looking
bed linen. The narrow
sheets barely covered the soiled mat mattress,
tress, mattress, and the harsh, stiff blankets
were a grayish white.
"Dear, look!. Even the sheets don't
look fresh!"
Well, they're getting American
managers on these roads now. They'll
send a lot of these old cars to the
Junk heap."
"Let's get out our steamer rugs,"
persisted Helen. "They're cleaner than
these blankets."
Unheeding Warren's growling pro
test, she unstrapped the rugs. Then
from her suitcase she took two towels
and pinned them over the pillows.
"Now, see here," scowling around
for a place to hang his coat; "you re
to take things on this trip as you find
em. Well have none of this squeam-
Ishness. If you don't like
"Oh, wait," pleadingly. 'Let me
wash out that basin first," as Warren
started to wash up. "And, dear, don't
use that soap!"
Impatiently he waited while Helen
washed out the dusty basin and got
the soap from her suitcase.
"Oh. dear, I wouldn't stand on this
dirty floor. Where're jour slippers?
Let me get them out for you."
"No, you don't" pushing her aside.
"No sense in getting everything un unpacked.
packed. unpacked. I paid for this stateroom to
get a few hours' sleep not to potter
around all night."
Helen had hardly begun to undress
when Warren flopped into his berth.
"Great Scott, this thing's narrow!
Don't take any chances on tossing
about. Say, what in thender are you
doing now?"
"Ill be through In a minute," for,
having a deep-rooted aversion for
doubtful wash basins, Helen was clean cleaning
ing cleaning her face with cold cream.
"Well, I may not be so all-fired par particular
ticular particular as you are but I wouldn't
smear all that grease paint on my face
for a farm."
Through a lull In the rumbling of
the baggage trucks, the voices if two
women now came with shrill distinct
ness from the adjoining stateroom:
THE JOHN DOZIER CO.
Hay-Cm in-Keed
"We sell feed." therefore always
have it fresh. Quick sales and small
profits our MOTTO. 5-12 tf
Pabst Blue Ribbon Deer, the het,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
Try one of those frosted pint? cf
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny "a. tf

Landing is Subdued by the
War Cloud

"I wonder If this shirt waist will do
for tomorrow?"
"Oh, yes; I wouldn't put on a fresh
one till we're there. My, It's good to
get those shoes off! Patent leather
draws my feet so."
Tan shoes are easier for traveling.
Oh. do you like those lace-front cor corsets?
sets? corsets? I've been wanting to try them,
they say they're" The rest waa lost
In the trundling of baggage outside.
I T 11 S 4l 1 (- rrnttfn t .1
grinned Warren. "What're those two
females over here alone for, anyway?"
"I think one is a correspondent for
; some paper," whfspered Helen. "Don't
you remember her, the one who was
always writing on deck?"
"Oh, that! Well, itH take more'n a
lace front to make her'
"Hush, dear, they'll hear you!"
"Now what else have you to do?" de demanded
manded demanded Warren.
"Just to fix my hair but I don't
need the light for that."
She switched off the light and raised
the window at the foot of her berth.
The long platform was now cleared
of trunks. The cold, white arc elobes
flickered ghostly along the prison-like
j station. The familiar English signs of
j soap, tea and Junket seemed frivolou3 frivolou3-i
i frivolou3-i ly out of place against the grim stone
I walls.
j Then without a sound of bell or
; whistle, with almost a sinister silence,
the train slipped out into the dark dark-!
! dark-! ness.
The outskirts of Liverpool, with
the streets stony, treeless, and poor-
ly lit, looked inexpressibly dreary.
! There were endless rows of the mo mo-;
; mo-; notonous, low brick houses, all dark
riow except for a faint glimmer from
an occasional window.
! Vaguely depressed by the scene,
! with a whispered "Good night, dear,"
; Helen reached out across the narrow
I aisle.
"Good nlcht briefly, nushlne away
ner hand.
"Now let's get what sleep we can."
A snence of several moments then
neien crept out of bed and bent over
him with a wistful:
"rtear, I can't go to sleep without
telling you good night right!"
; As she stooped to kiss him, her
! hand unconsciously slipped under his
i pillow and touched something cold
j and steely. With a frightened cry she
drew back.
I "Oh, oh! Why, Warren, that
; isn't"
"Well, what If It Is? What're you
t fumbling under my pillow for?"
"It it isn't loaded?" breathlessly.
"What use would it be if It wasn't?"
"Hut, dear, you don't think
"Think It's Just as well to have one.
Lot of sneak thieves at a time like
this. Now you go to sleep and stop
prowling around."
Helen crept back Into her berth, but
the touch of the revolver had chilled
her. There was something terrify terrifying
ing terrifying in that cold steeL With a rush It
brought back all her brooding thoughts
of the war.
They were beyond the city now,
speeding through the sweet-smelling
English country. Raising her pil pillow,
low, pillow, she gazed out on the peaceful
farm lands. Here and there were
gToups of cows sleeping or grazing In
the moonlight.
It was all so quietly peaceful that
it waa hard to think of the war zone
, a3 being so near. All those Belgian
battlefields had a few months ago been
as serenely quiet as this. Perhaps
many of the battles had been fought at
night under Just such a calm, pale
moon.
The thought of the killed-and wound wounded
ed wounded Helen resolutely put from her. All
her mental anguish over the suffering
in this war would not alleviate a single
pang, and she was schooling herself
not to think. Just before they sailed
she had sent a check to the Red Cross.
That was expressing her sympathy In
the only way that could help.
Determinedly she now turned her
thoughts to London. They would be
there in the morning. What condi conditions
tions conditions would they find? The hotels,
restaurants, music halls all the places
she had loved on her first trip how
many of those would be closed?-
Whatever the hardships or Incon Inconveniences
veniences Inconveniences of the next few weeks, there
was something thrilllngly exciting
about being' so near the heart of
things. -
The spirit of adventure was always
strong within Helen, and now she
looked forward to their arrival in Lon London
don London with a glow of eager expectancy.
The Thirst for Applause.
That the desire to "show o2" and
thereby win aprlause hi a powerful In Incentive
centive Incentive to action. Is evidenced by the
refusal of a rri -oner to leave Jail on
the ground that he did not wish to
miss his chance of appearing in the
prison entertainment for which he was
diligently rehearsing. It may seem
strange that anyone should prefer ap applause
plause applause to liberty, but this prisoner is
only one of thousands who have made
eiual or even greater sacrifices to the
caue of artistic ambition, as the de desire
sire desire to "show otT Is termed when
truth 13 submersed by politeness.
New York Herald.
Lame Back
Lame back is usually due to rheu rheumatism
matism rheumatism of the muscles of the back.
Hard working people are most likely
to suffer from it. Relief may be had
by mn-ag1nt- the back with Cham
berlain's Liniment two or three times
a day. Try it. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
W. K. Lane, M. T), TTjylclan and
Surgeon, prijaist Fye, Ear, Noe
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.

SUM3IER TOURS BY SEA

Merchants and Miners Transporta Transportation
tion Transportation Co, Issues Attractire Sum Summer
mer Summer Tour Book
The Merchants and Miners Trans Transportation
portation Transportation Co. has issued an attractive
Summer Tout TWA- tt;nn ft'u
!
4 j "Vkkiii AWbU
rj I delightful summer tours afforded by
J ; its steamship lines.
The routes show a combination nf
,'the sea-trip on one of the steamers)
with other steamer and rail lines, to
the principal summer resorts of the
United States, Canada and the Mari Maritime
time Maritime Provinces.
The book is profusely illustrated
with photographs of the cities of
Boston, Providence, Philadelphia, Bal Baltimore,
timore, Baltimore, Washington, etc., as well as
the principal summer resorts and con contains
tains contains a list of points cf interest and
the principal hotels at various points,
also several useful maps.
The book can be secured gratis on
application to W. P. Turner, General
! lnger f nt- & M T
Baltimore, Md.
BACK FROM TTXE FIRING LINE
First Aid. to the Wounded
Paris, Feb. 13. At almost every
station on the railroads wou will see
men shattered and wrecked for life,
men who must face the future hor horribly
ribly horribly mutilated, and yet they accept
tl;cir fate without a murmur of com com-plant
plant com-plant or bitterness. It is the same in
England, in France and, I suppose, in
Russia, that all soldiers are bearinpr
their sufferings with the greatest of
fortitude.
The best aid these men have is
within themselves. The human body
will best resist infection from bullets
when it is healthy, strong, active and
with all of its functions fully alive and
working. The best aid to this condi condition
tion condition is a vegetable tonic and altera alterative
tive alterative that will first put the stomach
and blood right, for these are depend dependent
ent dependent on one another. Good stomach
means good blood, and likewise good
blood means good stomach.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis Discovery
covery Discovery helps the stomach to do its
work naturally and properly, stimu stimulates
lates stimulates the liver. The blood is purified.
Every organ is rejuvenated. This
"Medical Discovery" of Dr. Pierce, is
free from alcohol or narcotics. It is
made from the roots and barks cf
American forest plants with triple re refined
fined refined glycerine, and is the best blood
Eurifier, because it banishes from the
lood all poison and impure matter.
It dissolves impure deposits and car carries
ries carries them out, as it does all impuri impurities
ties impurities through the bowers, kidneys and
skin. If you have indigestion, slug sluggish
gish sluggish liver, catarrh, unsteady nerves,
or a pimply skin, get DrT Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery today and
start at once to replace your impure
blood with the kind that puts "energy
and ambition into you and brings
back youth and vigor. Adv. y
Rexau Liver Salts puts vim Into
lazy livers your money back if they
don't. Ceng's. 4-27-tf
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 20, O. E. S
meets at Yonge' hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at "30 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
OCALA LODGE NO. 2S6, B, P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tkiesday even evenings
ings evenings In each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postofflce, east side.
L. IL von Engelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise, Secretary- At.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets Yonge's Hall every Tuea lay
evnlng at 8 o'clock, a warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
V. L. Colbert. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention
held every Monday at 8 p. m at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial velcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers.
Ctai. K. Sage. K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday In every month at
7:20 p. m. II. S. Wesson, IL P.
Jake R'jrn. Secretary.
OcALA TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Sarah C. Blitch, I.I. E. C.
Kt.te B. Howell. M. R. and M. C
)LUlION-ICXX MASONIC LODGi;
Marlon-Dunn LoIg& ev. w. ci
A. M.. meets on the first and third
Thursday evening of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until farther notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. 7F A,
Concordia Loage. Fraternal Union
of America, meets la Yon?,' Hall
cn the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. IL
Cha3. K. Sage. Secretary. Ad-
Charles God Jard. C C
WOODMEA OF THF. WORLD
Fo-t King Camp No. 14 mte-U at
the K. of P. Ilallfi at 8 p. m every
seoouJ and fourth Friday. Viiltlnjr
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C. C
Chas. K. Sage, Tlerk.
LOYAL UK HER OF M005T.
Ocala Lodge .No. 613. L. O.
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p.
Visiting hrethern always welcome
th lodge and dub hous ca Mag Magnolia,
nolia, Magnolia, street, near posteco.

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OCALA EVENING STAR. TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1915

OCALA OCCURENCES

Council meets this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Mr. Henry Davis of Gainesville,
demonstrator for the 1915 Cadillac, is
a visitor to Ocala today.
Mr. E. P. Rentz is here from South
Florida for a few days with his fam family.
ily. family. Postmaster Rogers has a special in invitation
vitation invitation to attend the state postmas postmasters'
ters' postmasters' convention at Live Oak. Colonel
Bob has an important place on the
program, and expects to have a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit with many old friends.
Mr. H. C. Feltham, our former fel
low citizen, now of St. Petersburg, is
in the city.
Mr. L. O. Booher, the thrifty truck
grower, who has his home and farm
four miles out on the Pyles road, is

bringing in some exceptionally finewas a ripper. Adding quality to its
sweet corn, tomatoes, cucumbers, merit were the luaint sayings of

etc., to his customers in the city.
Gerig's drugstore has just received
a fresh supply of pebble candy.
40 cents a pound. 6-7-tf.
Mr. R. J. Knight, banker and or orange
ange orange grower of the Green Springs
section, is registered at the Harring Harrington'
ton' Harrington' Hall.
Mr, Will W. Phillips of Lake City,
representing one of the large whole wholesale
sale wholesale drygoods houses in the south, is
in the city and registered at the Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall.
Mr. W. K. Haile, superintendent of
e Florida division of the Southern
Express Co., at Jacksonville, is in the
city to attend the meeting of the veg vegetable
etable vegetable growers here this afternoon.
John Brown, who rented a wheel
from Mr. B. F. Condon on May 4th
and forgot to return it, was brought
to the city this forenoon by Mr. Con Condon
don Condon from the Meadows. He was tried
before Judge Ferguson on a larceny
charge and sentenced to six months
in jail. The bicycle is at Archer,
where Brown disposed of it.
.VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
Mr. Ed Dreyfous has returned from
Atlanta, where he went to visit Mr.
John McCorkle. The Star regrets to
say that he found. Mr. McCorkle very
sick.
Mr. II. A. Kramer this morning
picked up an army-sized safety pin
with an article of apparel annexed
to it. The owner can-obtain the same
by calling on Mr. Kramer.
At the meeting of the K. of P. last
night, Mr. M. M. Carter attained the
third rank.
Mr. S. T. Skipper, who recently lost
his home near Rochelle by fire, is re removing
moving removing to Ocala. He and, his family
will occupy one of the cottages near
the high school.
Melons are rolling thru Ocala from
the south by the trainload every
night. Howell & Tyson at Kendrick
are early in the market with canta cantaloupes.
loupes. cantaloupes. They shipped three carloads
of cants yesterday and two today.
Call and see the weekly war pic pictures
tures pictures from the London Graphic on
view at Williams' Candy and Cigar
Store, hole in the wall, on Magnolia
street. Home made cream candies,
20c and 3.K- boxes. Pure and de delicious.
licious. delicious. 26-lm
Mr. Julian Bullock, Ocala's young youngest
est youngest barrister, will leave Monday for
Ft. Lauderdale to practice his pro profession.
fession. profession. On the first Mr. Bullock will
be joined by Mr. W. I. Evans, and to together
gether together they will form a co-partnership.
A CONFESSION
Hopes Her Statement, Blade Vutlic,
will Help Otter Women.
Fines, Ala. "I must confess", says
Mrs. Eula Mae Reid, of this place, "that
. Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done me
a grea deal of good.
Before 1 commenced using Cardui, I
would spit up everything 1 ate. 1 had a
tired, sleepy feeling all the time, and was
irregular. I could hardly drag around,
and would have severe headaches con continuously.
tinuously. continuously. Since taking Cardui, I have entirely
quit spitting up what 1 eat. Everything
seems to digest all right, and i have
gained 10 pounds in weight."
If you are a victim of any of the numer numerous
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WEATHER REPORT
This report i3 made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B
Weihe, official observer for the gov-
ernment.
June 1
Max.
Min
G4
R. F. 1
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June
June
2
3
5
6
7
88 70
.04
92 CO
8- 04
80 C4
85 G5 .02
..89 CO
98 73
, 95 70
, 92 C,
91 C3
92 CO
93 C7
June
June
June
June 8
June 9
June 10
June 11
June 12
June 13
June 14
Local Forecast
" Partly cloudy tonight and Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. That picture story, "The Perfect
Thirty-Six," zi the Temple last night,
Moritz Abramowsky, with which it
was .interspersed. One of them in par particular,
ticular, particular, "If a dam fool talks long
enough, he always says something
sensible," will incline many to for
give the verbose. Tonight the Temple
will have the "Exploits of Elaine,"
"The Other Man's Wife," a Vitagraph
drama and "Winning Winsome Win
nie," a Lubin comic.
Judge T. J. Titcomb, state prison
inspector, is stopping over in Ocala
today, while making a tour of the
several camps in this part of -the
state.
Dr. W. K. Lane, who has been suf
fering from an attack of rheumatism
and fever, is improving today.
BELLEVIEW
Belleview, June 14. Miss Mary
Kenny, one of Fruitland Park's pop popular
ular popular young ladies, is spending the
week with her friend. Miss Minnie
Tremere.
We are glad to report that Mrs
Henry Shaw is much improved.
Mr. CI A. Quick of Candler and
Mr. and Mrs. Hightower of Heather
Island, were in town last Wednesday.
Mr. O. S. Shade and -daughters,
Iona and Leona, of Jacksonville, came
down last Monday and spent the week
with Mr. Charles Schram. They re returned
turned returned to the city on the St. John's
Saturday accompanied by Miss Ethel
Freeman who will spend a while with
them.
Master Leslie Smith of Pedro is
visiting his grandfather, Mr. Henry
Shaw.
Mr. James Lindsey and family came
in last week from the north and are
at present occupying one of Mr.
Weihe's houses. Mr. Lindsey bought
a farm near town several years ago
and is going to build and move on it
as soon as Re can get the lumber.
Mr. John Mathews of Candler was
in town last Wednesday.
Miss Ellie Tremere and Mrs. A. B.
Connor left on the noon train Satur Saturday
day Saturday for Gainesville to attend the state
summer school.
Mrs. J. D. Beatty and daughter left
Saturday to join her husband who is
working in Daytona, Fla. Belleview
is sorry to lose Mr. and Mrs. Beatty.
They have been running the Marion
hotel for the past seven months. We
wish them much success in Daytona.
Master Arthur Beatty will spend the
summer with Mr. and Mrs. D. Has Has-kel
kel Has-kel and when the Daytona school
opens in September will join his par parents
ents parents there.
County Surveyor Moorhead was in
town Saturday and took the train for
Ocala.
Quite a crowd of young people met
the southbound train Saturday to
welcome home Mr. C. F. Bryan and
bride. Mr. Bryan has been away for
about three years, working for a rail railroad
road railroad in southern Missouri.
Mr .and Mrs. E. N. Webb, Mr. and
Mrs. Percy Webb, Misses Lou and
Fannie Webb and Mr. Nolton Webb
came in the early part of last week
and are occupying the Marion hotel.
Mr. E. N. Webb has the contract with
the growers of the community to buy
their tomatoes. His family do most
of the packing of the tomatoes. As
the market is not very strong on to tomatoes
matoes tomatoes the truckers are glad they
can sell f. o. b. at a fair price.
An invitation has been extended to
all of the community by Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Bryant for a reception given in
honor of their son, Mr. C. F. Bryant
and bride.
Miss Farris of Ocala is visiting
Mrs. W. R. Bryant.
Mr. C. O. Peeples of Valdosta, Ga..
is visiting friends in town.
Mr. A. C. Davenport accompanied
by Mrs. E. A. Davenport and son left
for Omaha, Neb., Sunday:
Prof, and Mrs. Connor were in informally
formally informally entertained at the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist parsonage by Mrs. Mattie Jones
last Friday afternoon.
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Dr. King's New Life Pills are now
supplied in well-corked glass bottles,
containing 36 sugar-coated white
pills, for 25c. One pill with a glass of
water before retiring is an average
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CIS 111 AFFAIRS

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' Miss Effle Parramore, one of the
j capable nurses at the hospital, has
returned from a visit to relatives at
! Citra.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lurvey and
m-m 1 f. 1 i
daughter t ranees, ieit ixas anernoon
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IOr Lynn, .Viass., lor a stemi eer.s
stay. Later they will go to Portland,
Me., to visit Mr. Lurvey's parents.
Mr. Lurvey and family do not expect
to return to Florida next winter.
Mrs. M. S. Juhan left this after
noon for Dunnellon to spend a few
days.
The reading club enjoyed a bene
ficial meeting this afternoon at the
home of Mrs. J. J. Gerig, the members
leaning much information from their
text book on civic improvement.
Miss Marguerite Porter will leave
shortly for Jacksonville to spend a
few davs with Mrs. W. S. Jennings.
Mrs. Edward C. Beuchler is among
the Anthony poppers in the city to
day.
On the first page of yesterday's
Lakeland Telegram is a handsome
picture of Mrs. M. M. Little of Ocala,
one of the leading Epworth League
workers of Florida.
BO AD OF TRADE RECOGNIZES
KNITTING FACTORY
June, 14th, 1915.
Geo. Giles & Co., Ocala, Fla.,
Dear Sirs: Owing to different
members of our board of governors
being away from the city, there has
been no regular meeting of the or organization
ganization organization to take action on your fav favor
or favor of recent date calling our atten attention
tion attention to the installation of your knit knitting
ting knitting factory, with invitation to visit
same.
When this matter was brought be before
fore before our beard, the following action
taken. Your invitation was accepted
and a special committee was appoint appointed
ed appointed to visit the factory in token of
appreciation of your enterprise. This
committee is as follows:
Mr. C. (Ed.) Carmichael, chairman;
Col. Frank Harris, Messrs. R. L.
Martin, Marcus Frank, B. II. Seymour,
W. C. Blanchard, II. J. Ashley, J. M.
Meffert, D. S. Welch, B. T. Webb,
George Blitch, President Rogers and
Secretary Rooney.
To make visit Thursday 17th, at
2:30 p. m.. Yours truly,
J. D. Rooney, Sec'y.
BERLIN
Berlin, June 14. Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Mitchell and family of Ocala were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Steph Stephens
ens Stephens last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Davis of Zuber
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. B.
Brooks last Sunday.
Miss Ruby Spencer of Zuber is the
attractive guest of Miss Leone
Brooks.
Miss Fae Beck was the guest of
Mrs. Harry Cole of Ocala for a few
days last week.
Mr. J. T. McCully has returned to
Jacksonville after spending a week
very pleasantly with relatives in Ber Berlin.
lin. Berlin. Misses Annie Lee Hood and Eula
Hall left last Thursday for Largo,
where they will spend a few days
with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Gordon.
Misses Effie and Emma Rawls left
last Saturday for Oak, where they
will visit relatives for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Brewington of
Blitchton were the guest3 Sunday of
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stephens.
Mrs. Sarah Ferguson has returned
from New Orleans, where she attend attended
ed attended the graduation exercises of her
brother, Dr. R. D. Ferguson.
Mrs. C. H. Shaw of Zuber will hold
a silver medal contest at the Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship Baptist church on Friday night,
June 25th, at 7:30 o'clock Everybody
is cordially invited to attend.
Dr. and. Mrs. R. D. Ferguson of
Fairfield were the week-end guests
of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. W. Ferguson.
Mr. Landis Blitch of Blitchton was
a caller in Berlin last Saturday
morning.
The pillau that was given at the
home of Rev. and Mrs. Z. A. Crump Crump-ton
ton Crump-ton last Friday night was well at attended
tended attended and everybody had a good
time. m
Mr. S.. J. McCully returned home
Saturday evening from Fort McCoy
and Burbank, where with Dr. Babb
and Prof. Willoughby of Gainesville,
he held a farmers' institute meeting.
How 3Irs. Harrod Got Rid of ner
Stomach Trouble
"I suffered with stomach trouble
for years and tried everything I
heard of, but the only relief I got was
temporary until last spring I saw
Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and
procured a bottle of them at our drug
store. I got immediate relief from
that dreadful heaviness after eating
and from pin in the stomach,''
writes Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort
Wayne, Ind. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
The Prophesied Completeness.
We rejoice in life because it seems
to be carrying us somewhere; because
Its darkness sems to be rolling cu
toward light, and even its rain to be
moving onward to a hi lden joy. We
bear with ineo-npieteness because of
the completion ,v hirh Is prophesied
and hoped for. Ph ilips Ercoks.

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How to Protect Warships From
Mines and Torpedoes.
CAN BOiTO.7.3 BE ARMORED?
This la a Question That Can Be An An-werd
werd An-werd Criy by Expsriment and May
Involve Radical Changes In Con
struction Above the Water Line.
The uvxt departure in the construc construction
tion construction of war vessels will le armoring
their bottoms. The mines and the
submarines have demonstrated that
Hide jiriuor nn.l Irupt-netrable turrets
are of very small account- when the
bottom of n ship can be ho easily
pierced.
The problem of protecting the bot bottom
tom bottom tuny look Insoluble, but It cannot
look more h !;. .-s than the protection
of the sides did fifty or sixty years
ago. The Idea of getting enough ar armor
mor armor upon the slues of a ship to afford
substantial protection looked Impossi Impossible
ble Impossible to naval architects of two genera generations
tions generations ago. But bold inventors and con constructors
structors constructors tried the experiment, and it
succeed ed.
Then the guns were Increased In size
in order to penetrate the thin armor
of the day. and the naval. constructors
found it iKjssible to add greatly to the
thickness of the plates, and successive
improvements In the quality of the
plates were effected.
The next step was to attack the
decks of war vessels by( vertical fire,
and the contractors introduced pro protective
tective protective decks. Then the mine and the
torpedo were perfected, and the sub submarine
marine submarine vessel was Invented, and now
the problem is to protect war vessels
below the water line.
It may or it may not be possible to
do this, but the experiment will be
made, tui 1 it Is as likely to succeed as
some of the earlier experiments. Of
course. lottom armor would add great greatly
ly greatly to the weight of a vessel, but the
displacement can Ik? Increased enough
to give the necessary buoyancy.
Besides, It may be worth while to
take off some of the turret and side
armor to save weight- Of course the
stability of the ship would be Increased J
if the heaviest plates were below the
water line Instead of above. The Bides
of a vessel do not present a very large
target, and the protection of the bot bottom
tom bottom may ie imiortant eno igh to Jus Justify
tify Justify a reduction in the protection of the
sides.
When the naval architects found It
necessary to increase the thickness of
the side armor they reduced the area
to be protected to the vitals of a ship,
the engine room and the principal bat battery.
tery. battery. The bow and stern could be shot
to pieces and yet leave the central part
of the ship Intact, with the motive
power and the biggest guns.
This principle may be carried still
farther. Still less protection may be
given the sides and top of the "citadel,"
in onler to give more to the bottom,
which can be attacked by an Invisible
enemy. The- turrets are very heavy
and being placed high above the water,
they are where they have the greatest
effect In impairing the vessel's stabil stability.
ity. stability. At the distances at which vessels
usually light now. the platforms of the
big guns present a very mluute target:
the chances of their being hit Ls small;
for the sake of protecting the bottom
it may be worth while to replace the
massive turrets with light shields de designed
signed designed only to protect the gun crews
from small, rf.pid fire guns and frag fragments
ments fragments of shells, and put the weight
where It will resist torpedoes and
mines.
It may be that no bottom will stand
the explosion of a miue or a torpedo,
but the next departure In battleship
construction will test this. The efficacy
of the submarine has been demonstrat demonstrated,
ed, demonstrated, and the present task of naval con constructors
structors constructors Is to devise protection from
it. Philadelphia Record.
Do You Find the Wicked Cheerful?
In the American Magazine David
Grayson, author of "Ilempfleld." com comments
ments comments as follows on the cheerfulness
of the wicked:
"We are nearly all of us shocked by
the cheerfulness of the wicked. We
feci that those whom we have set
aside as reprobates or sinful specta spectacles
cles spectacles should by good right draw long
faces and be appropriately miserable,
and we never become quite accus accustomed
tomed accustomed to our own surprise at finding
them happy, or contented."
Sympathetic.
"It's pretty hard to sleep on an emp empty
ty empty stomach." said tho tramp wearily
to the hustl.npr farmer's wife,
"Why. you poor fellow!" she replied
sympathetically. "Why don't you turn
over and sleep on your Lack for a lit little
tle little while? Ye hain't wore it out lyln
on it. her ye?" Jud?re.
A Timesaver.
Thoe envelopes with the glass
fronts are jrreat time savers, aren't
they?"
"Yon tct they are. When I fret one
of them I never have to lather to open
It. I know risht away It's a bill."
Detroit Free Press.
His Trad.
"I have a friend who jnst marries
for money."
"IIow dreidful!"
"Why so? lie's a Jntlce "of the
rca '. SL ItiN Post FIpateh.
I eorjiit hln a jrrrat man who Inhab Inhabits
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shoulders, chest and back. Just apply
a few drops of soothing1 Sloan's Lini Liniment;
ment; Liniment; lie quietly a few minutes. You
will get such relief and comfort! Life
and the world will look brighter. Get
a bottle today. C ounces for 25c, at
all druggists. Penetrates without
rubbing. Adv. 1
Try some of those deviled crabs,
fresh every day at Rodoff's. Heating's
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AGENT FOR MArToN COUNTY
OCALA - FLORIDA

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UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Rooms for light house housekeeping",
keeping", housekeeping", furnished or unfurnished,
or single furnished rooms. Mrs. A. M.
Perry, No. 19, Herbert street. tf6
WANTED Orders by Altar Guild
for children's garments, aprons,
hemstitching and embroidering. Call
phone 70. 5-tf
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
Ionial. 7-tf
ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with board at special sum
mer rates.. Mrs. 31. E. Errin, at
Carlton House. 19-1 mo.
WANTED A position by a sixteen-year-old
boy, willing to do any anything;
thing; anything; has a bicycle. Call phone 528
or the Star office. 9-t
LOST Between Ocala and Belleview,
a blue serge coat with initials L.
F. S. Finder will be suitably reward rewarded
ed rewarded by notifying L. F. Causey, "Weirs "Weirs-dale,
dale, "Weirs-dale, Fla., or leaving at Star office. 9tf
WANTED Good second hand iron
bed with springs and mattress; must
be cheap. Address, P. D. Odell, Ocala,
Fla. 14-2t
WANTED A roll top desk and a
flat top desk. Apply to the Ocala
Knitting Mills. 15-5t
WANTED Clean cotton rags, bring
to this office.
For plumbidg and electrical work
see II. W. Tucker. Phone 200 1

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young man.. "When I made a mistake
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IN TIIE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida
in and for Marion County In
Chancery.
Emma E. Dursse, Comnlainant, vs.
Oren Dursse, Defendant Order
or Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Oren Darsse,
be and he is hereby required to appear
to the bill of complaint filed in this
cause on or before
Wednesday, the 23rd Day of June.
. 1915
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published ones a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published in
said county and state.
This 2Gth day of Mav, 1015.
(Seal) p. H. Nuj-rt,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Coi,r.'.v
Florida. By Ruth Ervin, D. C."
S. T. Sistrunk,
Complainant's Solicitor. 23-tues
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