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OOALA, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1915
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PUSHING THE RUSStANS
US SEEM TO MAINTAIN
London, June 17. The German
campaign against the Russians is de developing
veloping developing a violent 'attack in Russian
Poland. At the- same time the Ger Germans
mans Germans are pushing back the Russians
in the Baltic provinces and Galicia.
The Austrians are aiding on the Gal Gal-ician
ician Gal-ician battle line.
An official communication from Pe Pe-trograd
trograd Pe-trograd admits, the Germans have oc occupied
cupied occupied additional villages near Shavli
in the Baltic region, but asserts that
the Russians have regained- lost
ground near Przaanyaz. It is the lat latter
ter latter vicinity, which is near Warsaw,
that the. Germans are apparently mak making
ing making the most determined effort
against on the Polish front, although
the fortress of Czaowetz is again be-
ITALIANS HAVE ADVANTAGE
Official advices from Italian army
headquarters say the Italians are
gaining advantages all along the Aus-tro-Italian
OTTOMANS ARE ALSO ON THE
Turkish troops on the Gallipoli pen peninsula
insula peninsula have taken the offensive. Of Official
ficial Official statements from Constantino Constantinople
ple Constantinople say that heavy losses have been
inflicted "on the French and British,
but an announcement here says the
Turks were repulsed in an effort to
recapture the lost trenches.
- OF AMMUNITION
Captured by the French in the Village
of Neuville Last Week
Paris, June 17. Enormous quan quantities
tities quantities of war material of every de description
scription description were captured by the French
in the village of Neuville-St. Vaast,
which they succeeded in taking after
a bitter fight in which every foot of
ground was stubbornly contested y
the Germans. The official communi communication,
cation, communication, which contains a part descrip description
tion description of the material which fell into
the hands of the French, explains
why the Germans fought practically
to the last man in a desperate at attempt
tempt attempt to hold that important posi position.
tion. position. Heavy guns and mine throwers,
rifles, explosives and ammunition in
gigantic quantities were discovered
by the victorious troops in the houses
and in the trenches surroundhig the
village. Cases of food, provisions and
equipment were also found. The loss losses
es losses in men were probably among the
heaviest of any single engagement,
for the "ground was littered with dead
and the French ambulances removed
many German wounded.
Big British Vessel Prey of an Under Undersea
sea Undersea Boat
London, June 17. The British
steamer Strathnairn, 3.343 tons, was
torpedoed yesterday off the Scilly isl islands
ands islands and sank. Twenty-two members
of the crew including the captain
were drowned. The crew was compos composed
ed composed of nine Englishmen and twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four Chinamen and of these only one
Englishman and ten Chinamen were
saved. The torpedo struck the steamer
amidships and blew up one of her
boilers. Four of the ships' boats were
hastily launched, but two capsized
while another was smashed against
the steamer's side. The other boat
with the eleven survivors was picked
up later and the men taken to Mil Mil-ford
ford Mil-ford Haven.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
' A "sTRO MP OFF FtJSI VE
hi;:; II! GALICIA,
THEIR A D?AH TAG E--OTTOM
TAKEII THE OFFENSIVE
BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN FAV FAVORABLY
ORABLY FAVORABLY RECEIVED IN
Washington, June 17. The first
official news as to the reception of the
last American note to Berlin in offi official
cial official quarters of the German capital,
cabled by Ambassador Gerard to the
state department today,, gave re renewed
newed renewed hope to officials here of the
a favorable outcome of the issue be between
tween between the United States and Ger Germany.
many. Germany. The ambassador's communica communication
tion communication bore out the press reports of a
favorable impression made by the
United States' rejoinder. .. ..
FATE OF FRANK
Solely in the Hands of Governor
Atlanta, June 17. The fate of Leo
M. Frank was placed finally in the
hands of Governor Slaton late yester yesterday
day yesterday at the close of the hearing on an
appeal for commutation of. his death
sentence. The governor took the case
under advisement and announced he
would render his decision as soon as
possible but it is not expected that
this will be before Friday or Satur Saturday
day Saturday at the earliest. Frank is under
sentence to be'hanged June 22 for the
murder of Mary Phagan.
STIRRED BY THE STORY
The Washington correspondent of
the Jacksonville Metropolis wires the
Ambassador Bernstorff 's recall may
be asked, if printed stories that he
played a gigantic hoax" on President
Wilson by smuggling through to
Germany information regarding the
United States' war preparations by
Dr. Alfred Meyer, under the false
name of Meyer Gerhard, prove true.
This story stirred all the capital to today.
day. today. A rigid investigation will be
MISS CONNOR WILL
TEACH IN GAINESVILLE
Popular Proprietor of Ocala School of
Music Has Acquired University
Notice to the Public:
Although I have taken over the
Gainesville Conversatory of Music
and all the musical work and con contracts
tracts contracts of Prof. J. Oscar Miller of
Gainesville, I will continue the Ocala
School of Music with Miss Maude
Mcintosh as assistant," dividing my
time between the two cities. I will
be in Ocala Friday and Saturday of
this week to arrange for the summer
session. Mary Clayton Connor.
Ocala, June lGth, 1915.
PICNIC AT OAK VALE
Editor Star: Please announce in
the Star that the Oak Vale picnic on
June 24th will be held at Sand Pond,
one-half mile from Oak Vale.
Mr. A. M. Lansford, now a resident
of Lakeland, was a business visitor
in the city yesterday. Since leaving
Ocala he has embarked in the whole wholesale
sale wholesale end of the music business and is
meeting with more success than was
even anticipated. His Ocala friends
will be pleased to know that he is do doing
ing doing well in his new home.
ATIS 'CLAIM THAT THEY HAVE
REPORT OF REVOLT
MANY BELGIANS SAID TO HAVE
BEEN SHOT DOWN BY GER GERMANS
MANS GERMANS AT MA LINES
London, June 17. The Central
News publishes an Amsterdam dis dispatch
patch dispatch today, saying that a traveler
from Ghent, Belgium, brings report
of a revolt last Tuesday by the in inhabitants
habitants inhabitants of Malines in which seven
hundred civilians were killed by the
fire of German soldiers. According
to thi straveler, Malines has been
isolated by means of electrified wire
fences since the revolt.
DESTROYED THREE TURKISH
TRANSPORTS IN THE
London, June 17. An Athens dis-
! patch says reports have been receiv
ed there that a British submarine tor torpedoed
pedoed torpedoed and sank three Turkish trans transports
ports transports loaded with troops in the Dar Dardanelles.
danelles. Dardanelles. Most of the troops and
crews are said to have been drowned.
CARRANZA IS COMBATIVE
Intends to Win Recognition by Ag Aggressive
gressive Aggressive Action
Washington, June 17 General Car Car-ranza
ranza Car-ranza has declined to accept over overtures
tures overtures for peace made by the Villa and
Zapata factions. Three peace offers
have been unanswered. It became
known today that the latest was made
through the United States.
It is understood that it is Carran Carran-za's
za's Carran-za's intention to press the campaign,
hoping to take Mexico City, driving
the Villa and Zapata forces north northward.
ward. northward. He thinks this will entitle
him to recognition by the United
NEW YORK TIMES
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Nos. 3 to 12 (1 and 2 being out
of print), bound in book form.
Interesting rotogravure repro reproductions
ductions reproductions of the European War
scenes from actual photographs
make this book a valuable acqui acquisition
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THE NEW YORK TIMES
Times Square, New York
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STAFF EM OF THE WSITffl 7010
SEilSERS THE SHIP WAS SAFE
London, June 17. The inquiry to today
day today into the sinking cf the Lusitania
resulted in evidence showing that
Staff Captain Anderson countermand countermanded
ed countermanded the orders Captain Turner had
given previously to get the women and
children in boats after the ship was
torpedoed. A number of witnesses
testified that they got into the boats
and had to leave them later on or orders
ders orders from Anderson, who shouted
"the ship is safe."
ANTI-SALOON MEN WON THE
TEST CASE FROM
Montgomery, Ala., June 17. The
state supreme court today held the
anti-liquor shipping law recently
passed by the legislature to be con constitutional.
stitutional. constitutional. The law restricts the
quantity of liquor which can be ship shipped
ped shipped to a consignee ia Alabama with within
in within prescribed periods. The test case
resulted from the refusal of the
Southern Express Company to accept
shipments over the. amount prescrib prescribed
ed prescribed bv law, .
American Steamer Under British
. Charter Submarined off Scotland
( .y --oiat-l Pre
San Francisco, June 17. Word has
been received here that the tank
steamer Desabla, under charter, to
Great Britain, has been sunk off
North Scotland by a German subma submarine.
rine. submarine. The fate of the crew is un unknown.
known. unknown. CHARGED WITH
A TERRIBLE CRIME
Bunch of Train Wreckers Arrested
Birmingham, June 17. W. S. Hen Henry,
ry, Henry, Ames Smith, and Archie, Lee were
arrested here today charged with
murder in connection with the wreck wrecking
ing wrecking of the Seaboard Air Line passen passenger
ger passenger train near here the night of June
Pth, when three men were killed. The
arrested men li;ed nar the scene of
the wreck whre a rail had been re removed
moved removed from the track. They are
charcoal burners and peddlers.
BLOODSHED AT BALDWIN
Unknown Negro Killed by a Coast
Line Special Agent
J. S. Wills, special agent for the A.
C. LM killed a negro near Baldwin,
last night shortly after dark.
It is said that nearly every freight
train that leaves Jacksonville is be being
ing being robbed and Mr. Wills has been
lo;ng special duty on these trains for!
some time. It is alleged that the
thieves board the trains a short dis distance
tance distance from Jacksonville and throw
the goods out to confederates at .des .designated
ignated .designated places along the line.
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 2 J, to Thursday, July
1st. Several prominent speakers
from different parts of the state have
brcn invited to make speeches. Ev Everybody
erybody Everybody is cordially invited to come
r.rd bring well filled baskets. Re Refreshments
freshments Refreshments will be sold for the ben benefit
efit benefit of the W. O. W.
On Saturday and Monday. 13
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 431. tf
' IE TO NOTHING
OCALA TREATED THE VISITING
TEAM TO A COMPLETE
Ocala again markedly showed the
result of 4.hree years of team work
when it met the Gainesville team, on
the home field' Wednesday afternoon.
Gainesville has a good team, but
Ocala a better; the home talent pull pulled
ed pulled all together, and the game suit suited
ed suited in a score of 9 to 0.-
To 6 arty
Had to Wait Till the Shower was
Following is the game by innings:
Gainesville: Moler and Bouie struck
out, Ibray sent a long fly to the out-
! field but Batts put the cover on it.
Ocala Had a Parade Over the Pan
in the First
Ocala: Harris struck out, Batts
reached first on an error, Davis
singled. Galloway brought in Batts
with a double and Davis scored on
Zewadski's grounder which was
fumbled. Dewey walked, Dinkins
singled, scoring Galloway; Zewadski
scored on a fielder's choice which re resulted
sulted resulted in an error, Chazal reaching
first; Dewey scored on an error. Bul Bullock
lock Bullock reached first when short threw
low to first. Harris singled, scoring
Dinkins. Batts died on a grounder to
Galloway Giving Bouie a Little Fresh
SVEEPIHG ASSERTION BV "OUR SECRETiV
DECLARES UNITED STATES HAS All THE IJEII ALT) IIH
NEEDED FOR ITS DEFEASE
pitcher, Chazal scoring on the play.
Davis went out on a grounder to the
Gainesville: Manasse struck out,
Clark doubled, Lokspeich died on a
grounder, Swanson walked 'and Cone
ended the inning with a grounder to
Ocala: Galloway went out on .a
grounder to short, Zewadski, reached
first on an error and went to second;
Dewey reached first when the ba?e-
fman dropped the ball. Zewadski
scored when the pitcherhrew wild to
home. Dinkins flew out to left and
Chazal died on a grounder to third.
Gainesville began to play better
after the second inning and' Ocala
never scored until the seventh.
Ocala: Zewadski reached first when
the short stop juggled the ball, Dewey
sent a double to left field,- scoring Ze Zewadski;
wadski; Zewadski; Dinkins reached first on a
fielder's choice, Dewey being caught
in home; Chazal flied out. Bullock
singled and -Harris ended the inning
wit ha liner to third, who held on to
In the ninth it looked as if Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville would score but tight playing
held them down.
Clark fouled out to Bullock; Lock Lock-speich
speich Lock-speich reached second when Dinkins
let his long fly go through. Swan Swan-son
son Swan-son reached first on a fielder's choice,
Locksperch being caught at third.
Swanson reached third on dropped
balls and tried to steal home when
Bullock let. a ball go by him. Bul Bullock
lock Bullock made a quick recovery and
threw to Galloway, catching Swanson
a foot from the plate.
AWFUL DEATH OF
W. II. Bennett Tell Into a Vat of
Boiling Rosin at Waycross
Waycross, Ga., June 16. W. H.
Bennett, turpentine operator, fell
head first into a vat of boiling rosin
at a still here,' yesterday and was
cooked to death. A negro helper
pulled Mr. Bennett from the vat but
too late to save his life. The upper
half of his body was covered by a
coating of rosin from one to three
inches thick and the flesh on the
face was cooked to the bone.
WITH AMERICAN NOTE
It Has Caused a Rise on the Berlin
Berlin, June 16. Among the items
given out by the Overseas Agency is
"Political circles and the press gen generally
erally generally are pleased with the second
American note concerning the Lusi Lusitania
tania Lusitania incident. It is not an ultimatum,
and it contains no sharp expressions
as had been predicted by the British
press. On the contrary, it leaves the
way open to friendly discussion and
the reaching of an understanding
satisfactory to both sides. Especially
pleasing is the offer of President
Wilson to mediate between Germany
and Great Britain.
"Most of the Berlin papers say in
effect that if the United States suc succeeds
ceeds succeeds in removing the fundamental
necessity of submarine warfare by in inducing
ducing inducing Great Britai nto acknowledge
the Declaration of London, every everything
thing everything will go well.
"The Berlin Stock Exchange re responded
sponded responded to the American note by a
general rise. It has been restless
during the past few days on account
of British press reports.
5; il i
Washington, June 17. Former Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Bryan today made public the
second of his three statements on the
European war. He declared prepared preparedness
ness preparedness provokes rather than prevents
war, that the upheaval in Europswas
the result of the false philosophy
that might makes right. He add3,
"If any nation is without excuse for
entering into mad rivalry with the
belligerent nations in preparation for
war it is the United States."
lie points out that oceans are on
both sides of the United States and
that the United States has men and
money, necessary for self-defense,". if
the occasion arises.
ATTACK AND COUNTER ATTACK
London, June. i7. For the first
time in weeks there has been heavy
fighting ovrr a comparatively exten extensive
sive extensive line of the French front in Bel Bel-glum
glum Bel-glum and France. Berlin describes it
a.3 an Anglo-French movement, syn synchronizing
chronizing synchronizing with the Russian reverses
To win a mile' of front, then lose it
after terrific German counter attack,
was the experience of the British
Tuesday night near Festubert. Field
Marshal French, briefly and frankly
admit3 the records of the incident
without stating losses which must
have been heavy to both sides. The
Germans also are frank in conceding
the loss of ground near Ypres.-"'
IMMENSE TEUTONIC FORCES IN
Military observers in Petrograd ex express
press express the belief that 2,800,000 Ger Germans
mans Germans and Austrians are operating
against the Russians in the east.
Each day adds to the extent of the
territory the Austro-Germans have
regained from Russia's invading arm armies.
RAIDS AND RETURN RAIDS
The latest Zeppelin raid on Eng England
land England has created hardly a ripple of
excitement. Aircraft protection was
one of the subjects discussed in the
house of commons, William Joyn son son-Picks
Picks son-Picks urging a marked increase in
this branch. He said that London
must soon expect a serious raid and
added that at one time more than five
Zeppelins of the latest type .were
over the English coast.
The under secretary Jor wa-, J. IL
Tenant, besides giving assurances
that bigger aeroplanes were under
construction, said that since the be beginning
ginning beginning cf the war, the number of
machines had been increased tenfold
and the number of men engaged in
this branch fivefold.
Following is a list of the raids and
retuin raids thru the air of the last
two weeks :
Aerrp?ar.es attacked the headquar headquarters
ters headquarters of the German crown price June
3. Two days later a German aero aeroplane
plane aeroplane dropped explosive bombs on the
French seaport of Calais. On June 6
a Zeppelin visited the east coast of
England, killing five persons. Th
next day Wame'ford, the young Can Canadian
adian Canadian aviator, destroyed a Zeppelin
in an air duel over Belgium. Ghent
wa badly damaged June 8 by a Brit British
ish British air raider and the following day
Venice Was bombarded by an Aus Austrian
trian Austrian aerolane. On the 12th of June
Austrian aviators bombarded towns
on the Italian frontier and two days
later British airmen attacked the
German dirigible sheds at Evere, Bel Belgium.
gium. Belgium. SAFETY FIRST
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OCALA EVENING STAR THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1913
OCAL A EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
B. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
3. H. Benjamin, Editor
LOADING MANY CARS
i The cantaloupe, watermelon and to to-!
! to-! mato growers of Marion county are
! loading a great many cars of their
; products at the different fields and
i loading points this week.
Mr. George Easterling has shipped
(Continued from Yesterday)
bought an Iru'ipeiIv? little plain hi a fit
dress. Sbe bad loss thrin a dollar when
nhe stopped before .1 building to which
he had Ix-ii directed. On the door doorpost
post doorpost of the stairwny was a tlgu.
"Hoonis to Let."
.June here eniraped a mean little ball
Entered at OcrHt. Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
cm rne oeo were tne Coac ana cat
which she had laid out. She grabbed! bedroom from a dumpy landlady,
these up and then, with a quick glance Down Rrondwar tore the black cur-
I five carloads of as fine cantaloupes,' about her, closed her door softly f roin j tained limousine, the observed, of all:
the outside and tiptoed down tee stairs, j ncr5, jur Rim uiimcuw w nis era
fcbe scarcely breathed as she slipped "at and clamped to the tires so stliHy
One year, m advance $5.00
ix months. In advance 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
On month, in advance 50
One year- in advance.....
Six months, in advance....
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance. .
Since the beginning of the war,
prices of food in Great Britain have
gone up 43 per cent.
If the American navy is in as bad a
condition as the critics say it'is, the
pork barrel patriotism of the repub republican
lican republican party io principally responsi responsible.
ble. responsible. The Plant City Courier pays the
Star the high compliment" of swiping
one of its editorials. Take anotner,
Brother Thomas, and another". You
at e always welcome.
The sand-oil treatment of i Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha avenue seems to have greatly
improved that thoroughfare. It
seems to be our best road material in
proportion to its cost.
President Wilson is not saying any
thing,- but that is no reason why he
an brand and insists that America
can win the respect and even the love
of the warring savages across the
water by the dove of peace policy,
turning the other cheek, etc. The
other wants us to call Germany to
tnw about submarine outrages and at
the same time to bring the allies to
book about interfering with our com commerce.
merce. commerce. Of the. two herds of jac jac-quasses,
quasses, jac-quasses, the herd bearing the Bryan
brand is somewhat the more sensible
Our friends at the Seaboard Air
Line inform us: First, that the train
we, specially complained of in our
article of yesterday lost its time be between
tween between Belleview and Ocala. Second,
that the rules of the railroad com commission
mission commission do not require them to put up
lost time on the bulletin board until
a train is thirty minutes late. We
will not dispute their word about the
I both in size, looks and flavor, a3 we J
! have ever seen, from his field, four
j miles west of town. He will begin
i loading melons in a few days and,
j like every other farmer, has a fine
field of com, the best ever, too. Mr.
Easterling has ICO acres of pinders
that are looking fine and from which
he expects good yields.
Just this side of Mr. Easterling,
Knight & Lang are loading some ex exceptionally
ceptionally exceptionally fine cars of tomatoes and
J. D. McDuffy is loading cantaloupes
and tomatoes, both of them very fine
At Agnew station, a little beyond,
past the parlor portieres and covered
the slight cough which she could not j
repress. Her touch upon the locks of j
the heavy front door was as deft and
as light as a feather. As the big door
swung slowly June stifled a shriek
with the sharp intake of her breath.
The portieres had swayed, and. au el elbow
bow elbow had come through! But It was
only the young man with the fat little
girl called Maizie, and June slipped out
through the narrowest crack which
would accommodate her body. Clos Closing
ing Closing the door behind her with a touch
as soft as the breath of summer, June
hurried lightly down the steps, crouch-
isn't working effectively for peace. train of last Saturday, tho a passen-
Workers are not always silent, but
quiet men are always workers.
The American flag is now older
nun any of those floating over neias
of slaughter in Europe. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. When were the British, Russian,
Austrian and Turkish flags changed
Some wise man said that history
was fiction agreed upon. There never
was a more enthusiastic set of fiction
writers than American historians,
and their patriotic lies have gone a
long way toward making our people
believe our nation is invincible.
ger who got on at Belleview inform
ed us differently. But we do complain
of that 30-minute rule, and don't see
why a passenger should have to wait
in uncertainty half an hour when "the
railroad can give him the necessary
information in half a minute. Also,
we have been at the Seaboard sta
tion any number of times at night
when the train was more than half
an hour late, and couldn't find out
anything about it; and we can pro
duce if necessary scores of other trav
elers to back up this statement
Judge W. W. Allison has been elect
ed president of the Dixie Highway
Association, in place of C. E. Jones,
whose ingrowing conscience com
pelled him to resign. Both gentlemen
are citizens of Chattanooga.
The election of J. E. T. Bowden as
mayor of Jacksonville, over his so
cialist opponent, is hailed as a dem
ocratic victory. The Star will bet
- that men of every brand of politics
voted for Bowden, and that many of
them will vote against democratic
nominees in the next ereneral elec
One thing at least may be said for
Atlanta justice: In some communi
ties, the blame for Mary Phagan's
murder would have been fastened
on Conley or any other negro in the
"icinitv. and he would have been
lynched at once. That Atlanta is giv
ing this trifling and vicious darkey a
fair deal, is eood testimony to the
spirit of justice in the Gate City.
It appears that the trouble in
Winnsboro, S. C, was not an attempt
at lynching backed up by an upris
insr of a mass of the people. It was
the action of a small bunch of men
mostly relations of the wronged worn
an, who knew they would have to figh
and probably kill the officers of the
law in order to take the prisoner from
In speaking of Governor Trammel!,
the Jacksonville Metropolis says he
has the opportunity to make more
appointments than any other two gov
ernors that have preceded him, and
rather hints that he will use the
power to build up a machine that wil
help him in his senatorial campaign
The only one of Gov. Trammell's ap
pointments the Star has an oppor
tunity to judge of was that of Geo
W. Scofield, state attorney for the
fifth circuit. This was a good ap appointment
pointment appointment and has been endorsed by
the people. If the governor does as
well in all his selections, he will
strengthen himself. If he gives evi
dence between now and next spring
of appointing inferior men as cogs in
a machine, he and the machine will
both be "busted" when it comes to a
Then, casting over her shoulder one
glance, in which was all the agony of
terror, she trusted to her heels and ran
up the street at top speed. As she
n eared the corner she turned and look
ed back. The stalwart Christian, with
his face to the window, was patiently
waiting for instructions.
Capt. T. H. Johnson is loading some i ing close to the stone wall.
fine cantaloupes, and they tell on the
i a i A r ii 1. 1 ..
captain mat soine ui mem pat, vmy
ten to the crate.
At the Chambliss siding on the
Ocala & Southwestern, C. B. Strick Strickland
land Strickland and Berry Carter have been
loading some good lopes and some
mighty fine ones are coming in from
still farther out on that road.
At Kendrick Mason Tison has ship
ped several carloads of cantaloupes, j
and other shipments are being made
from Martin, Lowell, Reddick, Sparr,
Oak and Anthony; from the southern
part of the county, shipments from
Candler south to the county line
many fine cars of watermelons have
moved and are moving daily.
Everywhere one goes the
EIE black curtained limousine.
its bit of fllmy gauze fluttering
at the door and Bill Wolf hold hold-bag
bag hold-bag on to the spare tires for
dear life, swept from the road down
into the long private drive to a beauti
ful residence overlooking the river, and
Bill Wolf, with a long sigh of relief.
preitared to unbend at last from hi
stiffening position. The car, however
great never slackened. As It dashed past the
fields of fine corn, as high as a fishing I porte-cochere Its pale faced Italian
pole, with from two to four ears on a I driver bent and looked at his clock and
stalk, makes a fellow feel good and
mighty glad that so 'many people
planted a large acreage in corn, for
this has "sholy been a corn year," as
one colored farmer told the reporter,
which anybody with half an eye can
PICKED A PEACH
Mr. John T.-Lewis of Oklawaha
was in town Wednesday, on his way
home from Jacksonville. He was met
here and escorted home by his
daughter-in-law, Mrs. John T. Lewis,
Jr. John T. is very proud of his
daughter-in-law, a very pretty young
lady from Tampa, and says John T.
Jr. picked a peach, which statement
the Star can cheerfully corroborate.
. The people who say Woodrow Wil
son is trying t& outdo Mr. Bryan in
efforts for peace because he is afraid
Mr. Bryan will else take the demo
cratic nomination away from him, 1
measure the president's corn in their
own little, stingy, thirteen-quart half-
bushel measures, and are silly
boot. America never yet failed
elect a war president.
Mr. J. E. Bowden, elected mayor of
Jacksonville Tuesday says: "On next
Friday I am to assume office as may mayor
or mayor of this great city, and before do doing
ing doing so will be required to, take the
following oath: 'I solemnly swear that
I will enforce the laws of the city of
Jacksonville impartially.' That act I
shall endeavor to live up to to the
very letter. I shall treat the Jew, the
Gentile and the Catholic alike, know
ing no nation or creed. The white, the
black, the rich, the poor shall stand
on equal footing in the administra
tion of the" city ordinances."
That's the kind of bunk .they all
hand out on taking office. However,
it can be truthfully said of Mr. Bow
den that no matter what may be his
other political shortcomings, he is not
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Garrett, a
good-looking and popular couple, are
guests of the Ocala House. Mr. Gar Garrett
rett Garrett is a traveling freight agent for
the Queen and Crescent railway sys system,
tem, system, and is here attending to busi business
ness business during the melon-shipping sea
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Shutts and
daughter, Miss Katherine, were in
Orlando yesterday in their Pierce car
en route to Ocala and Mcintosh from
points in the southern part of the
state. Mr. Shutts represents a
wholesale house in New York and
was visiting the principal trucking
sections, in Florida. Orlando Sentinel.
Mr. E. S. Johnson, a well known
commission man from Miami, is at
the Ocala House for the season. v
B. Goldman of Ocala is .some ad advertiser.
vertiser. advertiser. For weeks a. cigarette" com company
pany company has been burning space in the
Florida papers with its trade-mark of
a camel. Goldman' starts a "humping"
sale, and uses the same camel in a
double page ad., each camel carrying
a message "get a hump on you." etc.
Goldman stole the thunder of the ci
garette people. Clearwater Sun.
Mr. John W. Stevens, the Fort
McCoy senator, came to town this
morning, and went on to Homosassa
on the picnic train.
The saloon men of Florida intend
to give the Davis law a tussle. When
it goes into effect some of them will
continue to run their places of busi
ness according to the present cus custom,
tom, custom, and if arrested will take the
case to the supreme court. They are
in hope the court will declare it un unconstitutional.
constitutional. unconstitutional. The Star is not great greatly
ly greatly concerned. It would be very glad
to see temperance increase and drink drinking
ing drinking decrease, but it has its doubts
that the Davis law will work to that
The watermelon team on the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line that rumbled along
under the Star office windows about
11 o'clock last night had twenty twenty-eight
eight twenty-eight cars beside the caboose. That
is to say, it was almost a quarter of
a mile long. It picked up a good
many more cars on its way north.
The Seaboard Air Line is also doing
a big melon business. Its "pick-up"
train last night was a double-header,
with 52 cars, and it certainly took on
several more between here and Jack
sonville. The Seaboard train starts
at Plant City and comes thru the Al
watermelon section of Sumter county.
These trains will be going north
every night for the next two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Denham left
this morning for Jacksonville f,rom
which place they will sail this after afternoon
noon afternoon via Clyde Line for New York,
where they go as the guests of the
Mutual Life Insurance Company of
New York, Mr. Denham being the
first agent of the company to qualify
in Florida who wrote the required
amount of insurance to entitle him
to this distinction. Billie says he is
going for "a good time," and Mrs.
Denham says she accompanied him to
see that he gets what he is going for.
Will is a live wire.
There are two sets or jacquasses
now very vociferous about our for
eign affairs. One set bears the Bry-
The difference between Germah and
allied air raids" is that allied aero
planes sail over German territory,
try to drop bombs on fortified places,
depots and other places of military
use, and in so doing sometimes kill
non-combatants. The Germans, on
the other hand, send 'their Zeppelins
to fly over England and drop bombs
in places where they know they
haven't one chance in a thousand of
killing a soldier cr destroying muni munitions.
tions. munitions. One is warfare and the other
Wednesday's Tampa Times contain
ed pictures of the members of the
Rotary Club in that city and among
them are Geo. R. McKean and J. A.
Griffin, formerly of Ocala and An
thony, John Long a frequent visitor
to Ocala, W. F. Stovall and G. A.
Petteway, former Marion citizens.
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALI1ERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Embal Embal-iuers
iuers Embal-iuers and Folly Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER
C. V. ROBERTS
Masons meet this evening.
Go North by Sea
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANS.C0
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent, Com'l. Agt.
J. F. WARD, T. P. A.
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street,
swept around on the other side of the
long eiirve just as the family car of the
Moo res whirled Into the driv. The
handsome colli v fined as be recosr
nized tne familiar spot, and tne nvts
people In the family car looked'at each
other In perplexity as Jerry curved
round back to the road. JIow pecul
iar! The black curtained, limousine
was apparently heading into the city
again, and a curved limpness came into
the broad back of faithful Bill Wolf.
In the ornately decorated parlor Mrs.
Russel served the cocktails and start.
ed upstairs with June's. They stopped
her at the portieres.
"She's not to be disturbed," they all
told her In .their different forms of
June Warner had fled far away from
that section, hurrying on and on as
If she could not put enough distance
between herself and that hateful scene.
She was In the more densely populat
ed district now, on a street of cheap
shops and rickety tenements, and the
fourth or fifth pawnshop which she
passed gave her a happy Idea. She
looked in at the next one. It was re
pulsive looking. She remembered a
cleaner one which she had passed and
wnt back to It. She hesitated a mo
ment, then went boldly in.
There she found a pudgy, bowlegged
"Ta it Anvthlncr I can do. miss?" he
How much will you give me for
this, please?" and from her hair she
took an exaulsltely carved tortoise
shell comb studded with blue stones.
The pudgy little man glanced at it
"Half a dollar, maybe.'
"Oh!" And June picked up the comb
In dismay. "Why, these "are real sap
phires. The comb cost
"Excuse me." The pudgy little man
grabbed the comb from her hand and
trotted nimbly to the window, screw screwing
ing screwing a Jeweler's glass hi his bulging eye
as he'went. "Oh, $S. maybe!"
"Why, the comb cost"
"Sorry, lady," and rubbing his pudgy
hands together, he smiled ingratiating
ly at her, "but by the time you dig
them little stones and sell them you
waste so much labor that if I'd give
you $8.25 I'd lose money, maybe."
June slowly picked up the comb. She
was outside the door before he called
"Walt!" He smiled ingratiatingly at
her. "You need the money, lady?"
"Very much, I fear," she confessed.
"And would you give me your prom promise
ise promise that you take. up the loan some
time, with the interest?"
"Oh, yes!" This very eagerly. "The
comb la a keepsake."
The pudgy little man sighed, and his
face was full of sympathy.
"Then I give you $S.CO.M
She gathered uj the money with a
sickening sense of humiliation and took
the ticket he gave her and walked out.
feeling that 6he had been badly worst worsted,
ed, worsted, because she had no heart for this
sort of bartering. It dawned upon her
that there were worse humiliations
than accepting money from one's hus
band, and yet She conquered the
weakness which sprang fiercely up In
her, which made her heart cry in an anguish
guish anguish for Ned, which made her long to
desert all this hideous struggle and fly
to his sheltering arms. No; she must
fight to the end!
But what was she to do next? A
sign at the foot of a dark, narrow stair
way caught her eye:
"Girls Wanted to Sew rants."
Labor. Honest tolL Slight as mlht
be the pay, was it not better, after a!l
than the occupations in which she hru
suffered so much? Timorously June
cllnibed the stairs, stopping at the first
landing for a recurrence of that blight
cough which had come upon her.
An Impossibly dirty man stood be
hind a long table on which were piled
huge bundles tied In rough paper.
"Well?" he said gruffly.
"I would like to sew some pants. If
you please," said June modestly.
"What?" The man looked at ber.
astounded. "You want to sew pants?"
"Yes, sir," returned June.
The man shrugged his shoulders.
"You go over to that woman there.
and shell show you what's to be done
and how much deposit to pay." He in
dicated another table.
When June went down the narrow
stairs she carried as heavy a bundle
as she could conveniently lift, and her
scanty store of money was reduced to
a very small margin. Little as it was,
however, she had yet to make a pur purchase.
chase. purchase. Jn th first Uttle store t-hm
that he felt he would have to te pried
off was the well known and justly fa famous
mous famous private detective. Bill Wolf, faith faithful
ful faithful In spite of himself. N.t more than
two blocks behind came the family car.
with June's handsome c-oliie on the
seat beside Jerry. June's father sterner
and June's mother gontler and more
quiet, the desrtod groom gritting his
teeth and clinching hi fits as thr
black curtained limousine with Its bit
of filmy gauze fluttering st; t'.ie door,
constantly krpt" just before iheiu like a
tantalizing w i:I-o"-the-wisp.
In the boarding boue'uf Mrs. Uusel
there was a frantic running to and fro
and up and down s-talrs. livery rgom
In the buuse was searched, and at last
Orin Cunningham thought to Investi
gate why one of the windows in the
room which had -been provided for
June Formed darker behind Irs heavj j
hangings than the others. He found
the fire shutters closed and opened j
them, revealing the stalwart Christlat.
frozenly waiting on the isolated bal
cony to be told !ils further share Ir :
June's trick. The young man and the
three girls laughed. i
June was gone, and Gilbert F.Iye turn-
ed and walked tlrivvn the stairs.
There was n ring at the doorbell. A
messenger boy. and he carrk-d a bun
dle. A stealthy flsnre silpied forward
Into the hall. I
"No answer." said the loy s he 1e-
Hvered the bundle.
Orin Cunningham at n sizr.ril from
Blye took the bundle and passed it to
Mrs. Russel. She tore it oj-en and
drew forth before the revelers who had
gathered in her parlor the raiment In!
CJcf jB ess1? ess
WE HAVE BUILT UP OUR BUSINESS BY GIVING
OUR CUSTOMERS RELIABLE HARDWARE AT A
LOW PRICE; BY BEING ON THE JOB, ATTENDING
TO OUR CUSTOMERS' WANTS, AND BY SENDING
THEM AWAY SATISFIED WITH EVERYTHING
WE HAVE NEVER LOST ANY MONEY BY DOING
BUSINESS ON THE LEVEL, AND DON'T INTEND TO
CHANGE OUR SYSTEM. IF YOU WANT A SQUARE
COME TO SEE US.
MARION HARDWARE" C0MPAP
PHONE 118, - - OCALA, FLA.
which they had last seen the beautiful j
June. Orin Cunningham stooped down.
with an oath, and picked up something
which had fallen to the floor. The.
string of pearls! He stamped uion the
floor ih rag.v I
-"Slop that messenger boy!" came the
cold, hard tones of Ci.lert Klye.
Where did you get this bundle?" de-'
manded Orin Cunningham. ;
The boy h'.fhed his trousers.
"I ain't supposed to tell."
"How much did yon get for not tell
ing?" demanded Mr. Hu-sel.
ah sne nau in cents.- j
"Ah!" Cunningham thrust bis hands.
iiThis pockets. The n he flushed as he j
turned to Gilbert Wye.
Wye Hcowled. and there was a flash.
of temper on his d;'.rk. handsome facejf
as he thrust some money into. the hand
"Here's $2," said Orin. "Now. where
did you get this bundle?"
"Tell la's always worth more than not
telllii', he sagely observed and jerked
his call slip from his pocket. There's
CUUiert Wye. easting a glance at the
slip, donned his hat and coat, opened
the door and strode our on the steps.
The stealthy figure which had crept
along the hall suddenly darted out of
the door after the messenger !xy and
hnrried un the street with him. Itwasl
Down the street there whizzed the
black curtained linotisine. Wye hur hurried
ried hurried out to it a 'It stopped and. with
blazing Impatience, vailed. "Come on!"
Cunningham dashed from the house
and Jumped Into the limousine, while
Blye gave swift directions to his driver.
He. too. hopped in and shut the door
aud threw up the side curtains, reveal revealing
ing revealing the ear empty except for himself
and Cunningham. The women In tbe
door called something in shrill excite excitement
ment excitement as the car rushed away, but Scat-
ti paid i attention, and the well
known and Justly famous private de detective.
tective. detective. W1I Wolf, groaned.
Around the corner dallied the family
car of the Moo res. .-ltd Ned Warner,
leaning tensely forward, gritted his
teeth and clinched his fists as the black
curtained limousine once more rounded
The dumpy landlady knocked at the
door of June's little bedroom and stop
ped In profound astonishment when
she entered. At the rickety table sat
her new lodger in a plain, cheap black
dress, bent earnestly forward. She was
' "Why. I hardly knew you." said the
landlady, looking around the room room-She
She room-She waddled to the d r of the flimsy
wardrobe and jKired In. It was emp empty.
ty. empty. "Where's them fine clothes you
"They did not Udong to me." June
said simply. "I sent them away."
"Oh. you did! What about the neck necklace?"
lace?" necklace?" "That was a gift which I could not
accept." and June's eyes dropped. "I
sent It away also."
"Oh. you did!" She cleared her
throat and locked at the stack of pants
and at the delicate tinkers which were
laborioiis'y pushing- the needle through
the coarse cloth. r.y the way, I for
got to get any rent from you. I always
get a we k in advance."
June smiled wan!y and shook her
head. "I am sorry." she said. "I have
"What!" The dumpy landlady Jump
ed to her feet. Fhe was breathing so
hard that she whevzed. "No money!
Young lady, you'll have to get outr
"Oh. nor pleade! June. "rieae!
She turned for one last word of ap
peal, but the landlady's pitiless arm
Tke CoiEiiiercIa! Banli
CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
State, County and City Depository.
BAD TASTE AMD
Is in evidence when you wear a soiled Palm Beach suit. We are pre prepared
pared prepared to clean them on snort notice at a reasonable price, there therefore
fore therefore there's no need for wearing them in a soi'ed condition. Tt'e
clean and press them entirely by hand, doing away with tin hard
wear caused by machinery. Only soft water used. Call phene 21 and
let us show you how neatly we can clean your suit.
1 LAU DRY I
ROOM AND BATH FOU A DOLL All
(Continued Next Week)
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I For Good Wood
I BIG Load for $1.
Vonr Order will have
J immediate Attention.
jj. L. SMOAR
J At Smoak'd Wkoj Slxp.
75c to $1.50 NO HIGHER
Dining Room with Moderate prices .
Room Without Bath 75c.
Running Water in Every Room in the House
nLECTTUC KLEVATOlt KKKVICk IMIOM'H IS ALL IUMIiH
LOUIS N. LONG, Prop.
The only Hotel on the Square
ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR
IW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA
AND RETURN FROM
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STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
Tickets Sold Daily Stop Overs
Final Limit October 31st.
M. R. WILLIAMS,
Ticket Agent, Ocala. Fla.
J. G. KIRKLAND.
D. P. A., Tamps, FLu
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T n pntc
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOD ON ANY
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: i 1
OCA LA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY. JUNE 17, 1915
PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY
YOU HAVE HEARD OF DRY GOODS SALES, CLOTHING SALES
AND SHOE SALES, BUT IT HAS BEEN A LONG
TIME SINCE YOU HAVE HEARD OF A
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for thi3 department, call 'phone 10f)
Thought for the Day
Keep your faith in all beautiful
! things: in the sun when it is hidden;
when it is prone and"
A SIREN OF CORSICA
Three reels, featuring Jos
Smiley and Lillie Leslie.
I in the spnnjr.
l tt-;ii tli?t Tlntv nml Sr-
L 1 1 1 1 UIA 1 ttl iui-a vv .7
vice and Sacrifice all of the old :
ogres and bugbears of life have joys j
imprisoned in their deepest dun-;
geons. And it is for you to set themj
free Roy Rolfe Gibson.
FORD WEEKLY NO. 47.
HIS DESPERATE DEED Rioirrofh Drama Drama-Featuring
Featuring Drama-Featuring Harry Carey, Chas. West and Kate Bruce.
ADMISSION From 3:30 to 10:30, 5 and 10 cents
(spend the day party, their guests in-;
'eluding I.f ?:i? Iil.t'h, Messrs.!
! Landis and I-oonis LMitch .f Iilitch-!
i ton and their huu.-e gue-t-;, Mi.?es ;
Emn-.a Ik!y, Ilc-I-n Wilkinson,
: Loui.-e Culpepper, Mr. R. L. Wilkin-,
, son and Dr. L. P. Ir in. In the after-j
nocn they attended the ball game be-j
! it it
t'.vc-er. t)eaJa and tiamesvine ami
when the moir.hcr.- of the house party!
(left for home they were accompanied
Mjv the Misses Pyle-, who were over-;
Hunnicutt, left today for her ,
Eastern Star Sewing Circle
F. W. Cook wa.s the charming
ho.-tes Weilne.-day afternoon of "the
Eastern Star tewing circle. The la-
GIVE THEM THE PRESENT THEY LIKE! DON'T 'LET THEIR HON HONEYMOON
EYMOON HONEYMOON feE CLOUDED BY THOUGHTS OF UNSUITABLE GIFTS.
JEWELRY IS ALWAYS LIKED AND ALWAYS SUITABLE
WHEN YOU BUY OUR SUPERB JEWELRY, YOU ARE CERTAIN TO
HAVE THE RIGHT QUALITY AND STYLE. AS WELL AS PRESENT.
WE MAKF 'QUALITY" RIGHT: THEN THE PRICE RIGHT
A. E. BURNETT
GCALA'S RELIABLE JEWELER
iilfi : IlitilflSil MSR I
Is a Regular "Bonaiiza" for Insects.
They thrive and breed like "wildfire." No mat matter
ter matter if your house is screened, Roaches, Moths, Flies
and Mosquitoes will get in. These filthy carriers of
discomfort and. disease will give you trouble unless
you combat them. Don't give 'em a chance USE
FENOLE, that cleanly spray, that peerless house household
hold household disinfectant and insect destroyer.
Is sold in Ocala by
Mclver & Mackay, O. K. Tea Pot Grocery,
Tydings Drug Co., The Court Pharmacy,
Smith Grocery Co., Ollie Mordis
fc:i- Ik t-t
WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF FEXOLE PRODUCTS
ilsd For Three Summers hlrs. Vin Vincent
cent Vincent Was Unable to Attend to
Any of Her Housework.
Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for
three summers,", writes Mrs. Walter
Vincent, of this town, "and the third and
last time, was my worst.
1 had dreadful' nervous headaches and
prostration, and was" scarcely able to
walk about. Could not do any of my
I also had dreadful pains in my back
and sides and when one of those weak,
sinking spells would come on me, I
would have to give-up "and .-lie down,
until it wore off.
I was ct3inly in a dreadful state of
health, r when I fin lly decided to try
believe I would have died if I hadnt
After I began taking Carduf, I was
greatly helped, and all three bottles re relieved
lieved relieved me entirely.
I fattened up, and grew so much
stronger in three months, I felt like an another
other another person altogether."
Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-
acting. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic
effect, on the womanly constitution.
Cardui makes fcr increased strength,
improves the appetite, tones up the ner
vous system, and helps to make pale.
sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy.
Cardui has helped more than a million
weak women, during the past 50 years.
It will surely do for you, what it has
done for them. Try Cardui today.
Write to: Chattar.oosra Medicin Co.. Ladles' Ad Advisory
visory Advisory Dept.. Chaitanooea. Tenn.. for Special lr
jaraui. xne -woinan s tame, ana i nrmy i Tr-am foi "-Voain." sn in pum wraopcr.
.... ivi A n wi m,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor, in the citv.
has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
CAS RANGE and a
WATER n EATER. The
cookinjr and cleaning on
Long Hot Bays
are i.iaJe easy with the
help of ilu se ideal ser servant?.
vant?. servant?. LET THEM HELP YOU
Keep your ran ire clean.
A dirty pas range will
make a gas bill-
home in Atlanta, accompanied
Miss Johnson, another -ister, who ar arrived
rived arrived last week from Atlanta. Mks
Johnson has been an inmate of the
Marion county hospital since i et- '' .. f
ruarv. sufferiner fiom a nervous
breakdown following her graduation enjoyed the afternoon ew,ng on
from Columbia University, New the porch, where Mrs. Cook di?pen-
td refreshing punch. After the bu?y
hour with needlos Mrs. Cook assisted
a ,-i flp: it-cnn. bv Misses Edith n:d Elizabeth Hine
ville Tuesday night was a banquet in of Era-lentown. served ice cream and
the Indian room of the Hominole ho- fake,
tel, given by the Pan-Hellenic Asso-,
ciation of that city. Ropresentatives '. q. V. Appointments
were present from twelve sororities". W.J. Brardon. conim.inder-in-chier
and includetl among the forty guests; of the Sons of Confederate Veterans,
present were the following who are hn:; anr.ounced the following appo'.nt appo'.nt-well
well appo'.nt-well known in Ocala: Mrs. W. S. Jen-J ments: Adjutant-in-chicf, N. 15. For For-nings
nings For-nings of Jacksonville, a patroness of ; est, MomphM; rtaff inspect or-hwhief.
Pi Beta Phi; Miss Dora Pelot of A r-, A J. Wilson, Little Rock; quarter quarter-cadia,
cadia, quarter-cadia, a Delta, Delta, Delta; Miss 'master, Edwin A. Taylor, Memphis;
Mary Verdery and Miss Helen Hunt commiscary, I-cn Watt?, Capo
of Jacksonville, the former Chi j .Springs, da.; judge advocate, M. E.
Omega and the latter Alpha Kappa Dur.cuwuy, Little Rock; surgeon, J.
Psi. Miss Hunt was toastmistress rGai nctt King, Fredericksburg, a.;
and toasts were given by Miss Ver-j chaplain. Rev. J. C. Hall, Danville,
dery and Mrs. Jennings. The affair ;Va.; historian, Dr. Thomas Owen,
was the first of its kind ever held in Montgomery, Ala. Division command-
the state and was thoroughly enjoyed j ers include: Florida, W. W. Harriss,
by all present. 1 Ocala; Georgia, J. S. Cleghorn, Sum-
. jmerville; Louisiana, J. M. McWill-
Mr .and Mrs. Walter Liddell re-jiarns, Monroe; North Carolina, Dr. J.
turned home yesterday from their M. Northington, Doardman; South
wedding trip, and are pleasantly lo-; Carolina, Wt ller Rothrick.
cated with the latter's parents, Rev. i
and Mrs. J. H. Martin, at their home! Mrs. Edward Holder and Mrs. E. L.
on West Monroe street. Times-. Carney spent this afternoon at Lake
Union. 'Weir, the truests of Mrs. Charles
Miss Sue Barco, who was engross-
ing clerk during the recent session of j (Concluded on Fourth Page)
the legislature, is here from Miami toj.
spend a few days. Friends of her '; m i
father, Mr. J. M. Barco, will regret to
learn that he is still in feeble health :
at the home of his daughter-in-law.
Dr. and Mrs. Jas M. Jackson in Mi- j
ami and on which account Miss Suej
Barco will return to that city in the
next few days. Clearwater Sun.
Miss Katie Mae Eagleton returned ;
today from a pleasant visit to Miss
Helen Veal at Cotton Plant. i
In giving her annual report at the'
Epworth League conference in Lake-;
land, Miss Mary McMullen of Largo,;
secretary of the Ocala district, an
nounced that there were 20 leagues,'
18 senior and eight junior, and that!
the district had raised about $.'00 for
Mrs. H. II. Brand and Miss Jose-;
phine Brand, who have been with j
relatives in South Carolina since the
death of Mr. Brand, expect to spend
the summer in Jacksonville with Mr.
J. N. Brand and family. Mrs. Brand
and daughter will shortly come to;
Ocala for a several days visit to Mrs. j
E. G. Peek. i
Mr. Robert Tydings, who has a j
position at the rock crusher at Wil-
iston, came home this morning for
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lucas are ex
pected to reach home today from
their wedding trip of two weeks
spent delightfully on the east coast
and in Jacksonville.
Miss Rexie Todd, a popular mem
ber of the college set, returned home
today from Peabody College in Nash Nashville.
ville. Nashville. For the past ten days Miss Todd
has been visiting her brother. Dr. i
Ben Todd in Atlanta.
Mrs. G. H. Ford of Jacksonville t
arrived yesterday for a fortnight
visit to her father, Mr. B. A. Weath
ers and brother, Mr. Hibbert Weathers.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Brown, Mrs. W.
A. Goin, Misses Helen Brown, Flossie
Byrd, Bernice Lyle and Adele Bittin-
ger were guests today of Mr. and j
Mrs. J. J. Williams at Homosassa,
going down on the Woodmen excur-l
sion this morning.
The following invitation has been
received in Ocala: "Mr. and Mrs.!
Charles Floyd Hopkins request the ;
honor of your presence at the mar-1
riage of their daughter Frances Hum- j
phreys, to Mr. James Draper Ingra- j
ham, on Wednesday evening, June .30,
at 8 o'clock. Memorial church, St. Aa-,
New 1915 Model
17 New Features
"W hare on displar he
handsomest car vre Lavo
ever seen, and the best part
of it is that it is mechanically
close to perfection as
wo evr expect to see any
It holds the road at
50 miles on hour
The ignition system is a Sims
li hih tension mafineto.and the
! transmission is three speed-
selective sliding gears. It
has 3 elliptic rear springs,
which assures its riding as
easy as any car made and
has a famous make of anti antiskid
skid antiskid tires on the rear wheels.
This "Wonder Car" with
S!f-Startcr and Eleetrio IJtfbc
only $55 extra.
Friends of J. M. Barco will regret
to learn that he continues seriously j
ill. Mr. Barco came to Miami a short 1
time ago to visit his son, Judge S. J.
Barco, and his daughters, Mrs. Jas. ;
M. Jackson and Mrs. Patterson. He ;
became ill a short time ago and as he ;
is afflicted with some form of heart
trouble, his family and friends are
greatly distressed over his condition.
Misses Katharine and Mildred
Pyles entertained yesterday at a.
7 A IT C?
UR Stock of FANCY GROCERIES is en entirely
tirely entirely too large and we have decided to
. reduce it, and reduce it quick. In order
to accomplish this end we
decided to make the follow following
ing following prices, for
on the days named below:
MONDAY and TUESDAY
(June 18th to June 22nd inclusive)
OLIVES AND OLIVE OIL
25c Bottle R. S.
Timento Olives C
15c Bottle R. S. 1 1
Pimento Olives 1 1 C
40c Bottle Ji. S. Of
Queen Olives OlC
50c Bottle Pintoaine O f
Olive Oil oy C
35c Tins OH
Peaches for C
35c Tins Apricots 07
for i C
35c Tins Peara 97
for 1 4 C
40c Tins OO
STAPLE GOODS, WANTED AND
Water Ground Meal
4 pounds for
Medium Tins Snowdrift
Larpe Tins Snowdrift
Small Tins Borden's
Evapted Milk, 6 for
Tall Tins Bordens Evap
Milk, 1 doz for..."..
Hecker's Oat Meal,
2 packages for
No. 2 Tins Baltimore
Tomatoes 2 tins for.
No. 2 Tins Baltimore
Tomatoes, per doz.
No. 3 Tins Baltimore
Tomatoes, 2 tins for
No 3 tins Baltimore
Toms, per doz.
25c Tins Brownie
15c Tins Red Line
15c Tins Red Line
25c Tin3 Sun-Kist
No. 1 Tin3 Red Line
7 Cakes Lenox Soap
20c Grade Roasted
, Coffee, per pound.
15c Grade Green Coffee,
No. 2 1-2 Tins Silver
CANNED FISH. ETC.
20c Tins Tuna
20c Tins Salmon
15c Tins Dry Shrimp
35c Tins Lobsters
20c Tins Little Neck
15c Tins Sardines
No. 2 Tins Lima A
No. 1 Tins June ,11
Peas T. ..... 11C
No. 2 Tins Swet 1 O
No. 1 Tins O-,
Sweet Corn OC
No. 2 Tins Okm nnd 1 1
e Tins American .Sar-
dines, 3 tin3 for..r.
10c Tin3 Mustard Sar
dines, 3 tins for....
35c Glass Finnan
15c Tins Borgan Brand
Norway Sardines. .
Swift's Brookfield But
ter, per pound ......
25c Bottle Olney's Cat
sup, per bottle ......
15c Bottle "Olney's Cat Catsup;
sup; Catsup; per bottle
10c Bottle Household Am
monia, per bottle
Qt. Mason's Jar Pure
25c Glass Strained
15c Tin Tall Pink Sal-mon
' These goods can't last long at
such prices, co get your order in
early to avoid disappointment.
0c No. 2 1-2 Tins 09
i5c No. 2 1-2 Tin or
20c No. 1 1-2 Tin f t
White Cherries liC
2Cc Tin Pineapple 1 r
25c Tins Black "on
Bags tDl.lD I
9G-lb ? J I A i
Astounding and Gratifying Record
During the short time
we have been selling
Stone's Wrapped Cakes
they have won such mer merited
ited merited praise and gained so
enthusiastic users that
during May our sales total totaled
ed totaled 2544 CAKES
As attested by such a record hundreds of Ocala housew
now know that these famous cakes cannot be excelled
in purity, vholesomeness. deliciousness. 6 kinds, each
y ROYAL SCARLET
15c No. 1 Tins Lima
20c No. 2 Tins Lima
25c No. 2 Tins String
25c No. 2 Tins Tiny
15c No. 1 Tins Sweet
15c No. 2
20c No. 3
11c No. 1
00c Tins Asparagus
45c Tins Peeled
To all customers purchasing $1 or more (for cash) during
the above named days we will sell (1 to a customer) a 50c.
Jardimekf. Stand for 24c You must see these stands to
appreciate them. They are handy for many uses, such as a
flower Mand, in the sick room, for the work basket, etc.
O. K. Teapot Grocery
I R. R. Carroll- 1
" 1 will wash mine hands In Inno i
cency, said infant class Hilda, meaa- J
orizlng her Sunday school It? son. j
"What Ih innocencv. mamma? Is It i
a new kind of soap?"
OCALA SEED STORE j
A full line of Com, Oats, Bran,;
Short?. Hay and Mo!asse3 feeds. C5tf ;
from our own farm daily. Open nignt j
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
Pabst Blue Riblon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's PlacA. tf
Lame hack is usually due to rheu-
Imatism of the rriu?cle3 of the hack.
I lard workinjr people are mo?t likely
to suffer from it. Relief may be had
by massaelfij? the back vith Cham
berlain's Liniment two or three times
a day. Try it- Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR
- - - -------- 1
L C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
OCALA EfirCEffJ BTAU. THURSDAY, jtfS'fi 17, 1315
Mf'tT nil i'i
CIA SOI HIS
Masons meet this evening.
Sons of Confederate Veterans meet
Don't" scatter your melon rinds
over the street or alley.
Nyal's White Liniment. Use it for
aches and pains, bruises and sprains.
Sold by Annex Drug Store. lG-tf
Mr. L. S. Scroble, the Clyde Line's
hustling commercial agent, is in the
city, looking after vegetable ship shipments
ments shipments for his line.
You can get fresh deviled crabs ev every
ery every afternoon right from the sea by
calling at Rodoff's, Keating's Buffet.
Phone 22. tf
Mr. A. H. Fulkerson, commercial
agent of the Queen and Crescent
Route, with headquarters in Jackson-i
viile, is spending a few days in Ocala
the guest of the Ocala House.
What would you think of your
neighbor if he left his garbage can
open and exposed to flies and other
nuisances? He thinks the same of
you if you are doing this.
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300 i
You take no chances in getting
shrimp and crabs at Rodoff's as he
receives them direct from the sea
each afternoon. Call at Keating's
Buffet, or phone 22. tf
W. K. Lane, 31. D., Fliyslclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Mr. Max Tobleski had one of his
fingers cut off several days ago
. while at work on an automobile "at
the Ocala Wagon Works. He expects
to be back at his" work in a few days,
tho he says his injured member has
been giving a great deal of pain.
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 boxes. Pure and de delicious,
licious, delicious, i 26-lm
The Leader is the name of the new
store which will be open in the old
Bazaar stand in the Chace building
on South Magnolia street.
Another big business, a well-filled
stock of drygoods, clothing and shoes
is about to open in the old Bazaar
stand, next to the Anti-Monopoly.
This will refill the only empty store
room on that block.
The Woodmen picnic train pulled
out for Homosassa this morning, car carrying
rying carrying a big crowd. Two hundred and
fifty tickets were sold here, and no
doubt a good many more were added
along the line. The train consisted of
eight coaches pulled by staunch old
No. 35. Bert Andrews is conductor and
E. J. Walker engineer.
' Capt. A. V. Hamill, who has been
off the Ocala-Wilcox train for some
weeks, has resumed his run. Con Conductor
ductor Conductor W. B. Anderson, who efficiently
filled his place, is now running out of
Mr. R. L. Keating is taking a
week's vacation at Atlantic- Beach
and Tybee Island. He will return the
latter part of the week. v
Mr. J. C. Davant, a prominent
Brooksville attorney at law, was
among the guests at the Harrington
Hall yesterday, having come up to
represent a client in the circuit court.
insurance on This
Metal Shin&le Roc
"2 Less than W
two Each YearP
Metal Shingle ference
1-Year rae ... -SO 1.15 S .35
3-Year. rate ... 2.00 2.875 .875
5-Year rate ... 3.20 4.GO 1.40
Here yon can plainly nee the Bavins: In
dollar, but the saving In wear and ap appearance
pearance appearance cannot be estimated la dol dollar
lar dollar and cent. JAXOX METAL SIIIX SIIIX-GLKS
GLKS SIIIX-GLKS will last aa Ions: as the building
atanda. Fireproof and IlgrhtnlnjSf proof.
Florida Metal Products
3CSO Evergreen Ave- Jacksonville. Fla.
Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.'
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of mirs. Let u
have your custom we deserve it.
OcaM See & JPacMmg Co.
The Temple tonight will have "A
Siren of Corsica," a thrilling three three-reel
reel three-reel Lubin drama, "His Desperate
Deed," a Biograph drama and the
Ford Weekly quite an interesting
A heavy rainstorm broke over
Ocala yesterday, about 3:30, but was
over in time for the ball game. This
moved Ed Bennett to say that the
farmers around Ocala do not appre appreciate
ciate appreciate Charlie Hunter as they should.
Every time he arranges for a big
game with a crack visiting team,
there is a big rain. Ed thinks all the
farmers should come in and see the
Houses for rent on Daugherty
street, all modem conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to A. G. Gates at Gates' Gar Garage.
age. Garage. 15-tf
Mr. Charles Rodoff returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from Pablo Beach, where he
spent several days the early part of
Try one of tho -frosted pints cf
Pabst's Blue Ribbor at Johnny's, tf
Our f riende Tremere, of Belleview,
was in town yesterday, but hearing a
physician describing a particularly
ghastly operation to us, he shudder shuddered
ed shuddered and ran away without stopping to
Mr. J. C. Caldwell returned last
night from a several days' business
trip to Jacksonville.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tfJ
LAKE WEIR W. C. T. U.
The Lake Weif W. C. T. U. held its
regular meeting Thursday evening at
the Weirsdale school house.
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved.
Roll call, twelve members being
There being norther business the
president, Mrs. Reed, took charge of
Opening Song America.
Reading "A Voice from the Poor
House"; Mrs. Rast.
Song "My- Temperance Dolly;" by
Mabel Lytle, Iris Walling, Loreen
Coggon, Geneva Coggon, Leita Wall Walling
ing Walling and Coleama Camp. v
Song "Row, Row Row;" Messrs.
Milton Albertson, Alton Coggon and
Reading "Bills in Trouble;" Mrs.
V. P. Kelsey.
Song :'Rig-gig-gig;" Messrs. Al Alton,
ton, Alton, Coggon, Milton Albertson and
Reading "A report of the Ladies'
Aid Meeting;" Miss Harriet L. Simp Simpson.
son. Simpson. Song "Rose in the Garden;" by
Miss Minnie D. Albertson and Miss
Play "The Sick Baby;" Mabel Ly Lytle,
tle, Lytle, Lorena Coggon, Denia Tefe, Gen Geneva
eva Geneva Coggon, Ruth Harris, Coleamo
Camp, Ester Coggon, Mamie Fife,
Iris Walling, Leita Walling, Mary
Cabruzza," Elizabeth Harris, George
Rast, Joe Black and Malcom Camer Cameron.
on. Cameron. The sketch was received with
The sale of ice cream and cake net netted
ted netted a neat sum toward the pastor's
The next meeting will be Medical
Temperanee by ,Dr. Swan, subject
"Patent Medicine Fakes."
Grace H. Snook, Press Cpr.
How Mrs. Harrod Got Rid of HeH
"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 pt..n in the stomach,"
writes Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort
Wayne, Ind. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
SEE 1HJK FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnisnes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf les. milk and eggs, tf
"When my daughter had whooping
cough she coughed so hard at one
time that she had hemorrhage of the
lungs. I was terribly alarmed about
her condition. Seeing Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy so highly recom recommended,
mended, recommended, I got her a bottle and it re relieved
lieved relieved the cough at once. Before she
had finished two bottles of this rem remedy
edy remedy she was entirely well," writes
Mrs. S. F. Grimes, Crooksville, Ohio.
Obtainable 'everywhere. Adv.
This Report Is made from obSerta obSerta-tions
tions obSerta-tions taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov-
June 12 94
June 13 92
June 14 93
June 15 ...93
June 16 .88
Local Forecast -Partly
cloudy tonight and Friday,
except probably showers on the east
Romeo, June 10. On last Thursday
evening at the home of the bride's
mother, Mrs. F. A. Folks, a very beau beautiful
tiful beautiful wedding was solomnized, when
her daughter. Miss Rochelle was given
in marriage to Mr. Joseph E. Burgess,
of Montbrook, Ala.
Misses Helen Folks, a cousin of the
bride, played the wedding march from
Mendelssohn, with unusual evpres evpres-sion.
sion. evpres-sion. Then came the young couple
entering the parlor from the hall,
where the marriage ceremony was
performed by Rev. Roy Bowers of
The bride wore a silk gown with a
beautiful tulle veil, which was fast fastened
ened fastened with orange blossoms. She car carried
ried carried a beautiful boquet of bride roses
and delicate ferns.
The groom wore a suit of conven conventional
tional conventional black.
After congratulations the guests
were received in the dining hall,
where delicious refreshments were
, 7 4"fc
showers of rice for Ocala by auto.
where they took the train for Rich
mond, Washington, and other points
They will be at home to their
friends after the 1st of July in
Montgomery, Ala., at which place Mr.
Burgess is a valued employee of the
A. C. L.
THE JOHN DOZIER CO.
Will give to every cash customer pre
senting this notice,' one package of
PEARLINE FREE, Saturday. June
19th. ; 16-3t
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
griping, for Po-Do-Lax is Podophylin
(May Apple) without the gripe. Po-
Do-Lax corrects the cause of consti constipation
pation constipation by arousing the liver, increas increasing
ing increasing the" flow of bile. Bile is nature's
antiseptic in the bowels. With proper
amount of bile, digestion in bowels is
perfect. No gas, no fermentation, no
constipation. Don t be sick, nervous.
irritable. Get a bottle of Po-Do-Lax
from your druggist now and cure
your constipation overnight. Ad. 1
Everybody is busy eating luscious
watermelon now and it seems more
like the good old summer time.
Mr. E. S. Smith, who has been the
guest of his daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Hinson, for the
past few days, has concluded his vis visit
it visit and returned to his home at Ken
Messrs. Fred and Walter Anderson
were calling in Fort McCoy Saturday
Mrs. E. Hinson and her sister Miss
Othello Cassels, of Bay Lake, were in
our burg last week calling.
Miss Abbie Stokes and little sister,
Alta, who have been visiting their
sister Mrs. R. L. Brinson returned to
their home at Gaiter last week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Harp, Dr. and
Mrs. G. B. Parramore and Mr. A. W.
Atkinson attended their lodge at, Fort
McCoy last Tuesday evening.
Messrs. Wade and Larue Hastings,
F. M. Harp, and R. L. Brinson motor motored
ed motored to Ocala last week, some of the
party having been called on jury du
Mrs. F. M. Harp, Miss Oldia, Miss
Hazel Lanair, Mrs. J. H. Brinson and
Mrs. E. F. Teuton for med a merry
party that went across the river
Monday in search of huckle berries,
they carried their dinner baskets and
served lunch in the beautiful woods.
The party found plenty of lucious ber
ries to keep them busy all day.'
Rev. Boatright, of Ft. McCoy, wil
preach here Sunday at 11 a. m. Ev
erybody is invited to come.
Thirty-Six for 25 Cents
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
dose. Easyand pleasant to take. Ef Effective
fective Effective and positive in results. Cheap
and economical to use. Get a bottle
today, take a dose tonight your con
stipation will be relieved in the morn
ing. 36 for 25c at all druggists. Ad. 1
WANTED Clean cotton rags, bring
to this office.
. Neuralgia Pains Stopped
You don't need suffer those agoniz agonizing
ing agonizing nerve pains in the face. head. arm.
shoulders, chest and back. Just apply
a few drops of soothing Sloan's Lini
ment: lie quietly a few minutes. You
will get such relief and comfort! Life
and the world will look brighter. Get
a bottle today. 3 ounces for 25c, at
all druggists. Penetrates without
rubbing. Adv. 1
(Continued from Third Page)
Shower for Miss Marion Dewey
It was not the proverbial summer
shower which is sent almost daily by
the weather -man, that befell Miss
Marion Dewey this afternoon nor the
customary bride-elect shower but a
school girl shower. Miss Dewey
leaves tomorrow for Gainesville to
take the eight weeks' normal course
at the state university and no doubt
the memory of this farewell courtesy
arranged in her honor by Misses
Kathleen Jackson and Dorothy Schrei-
ber and given from 4 to 6 o'clock this
afternoon at the home of the former,
will enliven a number of hours that
otherwise would be devoid of every everything
thing everything save hard study.
From the sublime to the ridiculous
was the keynote of the shower and
perfect were the appointments.
Palms, vines and silver tinsel formed
the principal decorations and amidst
them were placed three tables at
which the dozen guests directed by
score -cards made by the hostess
adorned with a series of college
scenes found places for the games of
Old Maids which were vigorously
played by the contestants. An inkling
of the prize, a diamond ring, escaping
during the the first game gave im
petus to the playing. To the hon hon-oree
oree hon-oree was tossed a gold hand-carbed
At the conclusion of the games a
spick and span suit case was' present presented
ed presented Miss Dewey and in it were a doz dozen
en dozen articles for "college wear purchas
ed at the McCrory establishment,
which if worn in school or on the
campus would hasten the immediate
return home, at the request of the
faculty, of the wearer. The unwrap
ping of the package, including an
athletic suit, pattern hat, boudoir ac accessories,
cessories, accessories, complexion aids, etc., oc
casioned much mirth.
Pink and green lemonade with
straws, fancy cakes, home made cook cookies,
ies, cookies, raisins a la bunch, sliced chewing
gum was served and on the tables
during the games were gum drops.
The guests enjoying this novel
party were Misses Dewey, Nellie
Gottlieb, Mary McDowell, Mary Bur-
ford, Alice Bullock, Ellen Clarkson,
Hester Dewey, Hope Robinson, Edith
Williams, Annie Atkinson and Mrs.
R. N. Dosh.
Alumni Association 'to Meet Monday
The alumni association of the Ocala
high school will meet next Monday
evening at 8 o'clock at the Marion
county court house and all graduates
are urged to be present. A constitu constitution
tion constitution and by-laws will be adopted anil
other business attended to.
Mrs. Kate Clements of Lake Weir
was in town today doing final shop shopping
ping shopping preparatory to leaving for the
Miss Marguerite Porter left this
afternoon for Jacksonville to visit
Mrs. W. S. Jennings for a few days.
Mrs. Jack Camp has returned from
a pleasant visit to Mrs. G. F. Arm
strong at Tybee Beach.
Mrs. J. R.. Moorhead went to Red-
dick to meet some of her canning club
pupils this afternoon.
Miss Nona Sewell'left today to at
tend the state normal at Gaines
Miss Tommie Standley of Ocala,
who is well known in this city, is here
attending the summer school at the
university. Gainesville Sun.
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, -FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR 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
lor children s garments, aprons,
hemstitching and embroidering. Cal
phone 70. 5-tf
FOR RENT Well located and nlcelj
v furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with board at special sum
mer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-1 mo.
WANTED A position by a sixteen
year-old boy, willing to do any
thing; has a bicycle. Call phone 528
or the Star office. 9-6t
LOST Between Ocala and Belleview,
a blue serge coat with initials L.
F. S. Finder will be suitably reward
ed by notifying L. F. Causey, 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,
WANTED A roll top desk and a
flat ton desk. Apply to the Ocala
Knitting Mills. 15-6t
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
Orange Springs, June 15. Mr. Y.
J. Apel's family expect to leave here
this week for St. Petersburg. All re regret
gret regret to see them go.
Mr. Crandall will move into the
building vacated by Mrs. Apel and
children. The store will be used as a
residence, not as a place of business.
, The postoface was moved last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday to the store of Mr. J. B. Hall.
Miss Ethel Hall is now assistant to
Mr. C. J. Ra?t made a trip to Pa Pa-latka
latka Pa-latka last week. He and some friends
went down the Oklawaha in his
launch. It was a very pleasant trip.
We hear that Fcveral families from
neighboring towns are coming here
to camp for the summer. No more
delightful or healthful place could be
found. Plenty of hade, good drink drinking
ing drinking water, fine bathing, no mosqui mosquitoes
toes mosquitoes and no malaria. We can not see
why the people from malaria infested
districts do not flock here. Also the
water here i3 said to be a sure cure
Miss Jennie Carter spent last
Thursday night in Rodman visiting
the family of Rev. York. Rev. W. D.
Upshaw of Atlanta is holding a re
vival in Rodman. He is a fine speak speaker
er speaker and much interest is being shown
in the meeting.
Saturday afternoon, June 19th, at
the home of Miss Jennie Carter, Mrs.
Carolyn II. Moorhead will give a can canning
ning canning demonstration. Mrs. Moorhead
is at the head of the canning clubs in
this county. All people who are in interested
terested interested in canning as the preserva
tion of foods should attend this dem
It's War Time Aspect
London, Feb. 1G. The women of
England are dointr their duty. They
are taking care of the wounded, or
if they cannot assist in work of that
kind they are adding their savings to
promote the good work. They arc
knitting and sewing for the soldiers
at the front. The suffragists have
given so little trouble to the govern government
ment government that it wil undoubtedly soften
the hearts of those in Parliament,
since the "militants" have turned all
their energies to aid the fighting men
of England, and so sufTeraee may soon
come after this terrible war is over.
Thousands of women in America
have overcome their sufferings and
have been cured of womanly ills by
Dr. Pierces favorite Prescription.
This medcine; though started nearly
half a century Ego, sells more wide widely
ly widely today than any other womanly ton tonic.
ic. tonic. It can, now be had in tablet form
as well as liquid, and every woman
who suffers from backache, headach1.
nervousness, pain at time3, should
take thi3 "Prescription" of Dr.
Many a woman is nervous and irri
table, feels dragged down and worn
out for no reason that she can think
of, In n'mety-nine per cent, of these
cafes it is the womanly organism
wir.ch requires attention; the weak
back, dizzy spells and black circle's
about the eyes, are only symptoms.
Go to the source of trouble and cor correct
rect correct the irregularities, the drains on
the womanly system and the other
symptoms will disappear.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets are unequalcd
as a liver pill. Smallest, easiest to
take. One tiny, sugar-coated pellet a
dose. Cures sick headache, bilious
headache, dizziness, constipation, in indigestion,
digestion, indigestion, bilious attacks, and all de derangements
rangements derangements of the liver, stomach and
bowels. 25 cents vial, by druggists.
By Yz Own Deposition.
A policeman, whose evidence was
taken on ccmmi.-Ion. deposed: "The
prisoner fzt upon m calling me an
ass, a precious dolt, a scarecrow, a
rasamnOr, ;ind ?n idiot." And. this
being the cocci j. i n .' l is tl l orlUcns,
his signature v.-as r-rtc-rlrd by the for formal
mal formal ending, "All of which I swar i
A Doctor's Prescription for Cough an
Effective Cough Treatment
One-fourth to one teaspoonfu! of
Dr. King's New Life Discovery, taken
as needed, will soothe and check
coughs, colds and the more danger dangerous
ous dangerous bronchial and lung ailments. You
can't aflord to take the risk oferious
illness, when so cheap and simple a
remedy as Dr. King's New Discovery
13 obtainable. Go to your druggist to today,
day, today, get a bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery, start the treatment at
once. You will be gratified for the re relief
lief relief and cure obtained. Ad. 1
Ard Seen Nothing Detter.
"Say, vid you ever know u woman
to buy v hat the wanted at the first
store sh- cams to?" "Y s. My wife
frequently dors tb:t Is. fhe returns
to it aftrr she's been to all the other
e to re;.
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 r.n attack that was so se severe
vere severe that I was not able to go to the
case for two days, failing to get any
relief from other treatment, I took
three of Chamlerlains Tablets and
the next day I felt like a new man,"
writes H. C. Bailey, editor Carolina
News, Chapin, S. C. Obtainable ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. Adv.
The Prophccied Co-rp!etenesa.
We rejoice in life b'aits- It f?ai
to be carrying ns roev here; because
Its darkness rns to be rollin? or.
toward light. ar.l even it3 iain to be
moving onward to a h; !c!fn joy. We
bear with Incompleteness because of
the completion v. Jrh Is prohecied
and hoped for. PaUIips Brooks.
Three-yearold Dorothy, who was al allowed
lowed allowed to play cn the rarkway, was
told by her mother she must not Ret
acquainted with Ftrange people. One
day an organ gTlcder w'th a monkey
stopped to play and Dorothy made
friends at once. As the organ grinder
moved away Dorothy followed, her
mother called to her, and she paused
long enctish to say: T?e yeat gettia'
quaJnteJ wil monkey, not man's."
Don't be afraid to go
game on account of the
Remember you can et an I C E
COLD BOTTLE of f
The home team needs your support
Ocala Coco-Cola Bottling Works
IjTT'Vi:.," - l
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Elaulfnfj
Packing and Storing;
Shipping of Freight,
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
SUMMER TOURS BY SEA
Merchants and Miners Transporta.
tion Co. Issues Attractlie Sum Summer
mer Summer Tour Book
The Merchants and Miners Trans Transportation
portation Transportation Co. has issued an attractive
Summer Tour Book, setting forth the
delightful summer tours afforded by
its steamship lines.
The routes show a combination of
the sea-trip on one of the steamers,
with other steamer and rail Hne3, 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 a3
the principal summer resorts and con contains
tains contains a list of points of 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
Passenger Agent, M. & M. T. Co.,
Of Appllratloa for Charier
Notice la "hereby xtren that we. the
under!g-ned. will on the lt Jay of
July. A. I. JV15, arply to tJie iroTemr
rof the state of Florida, at Tallahassee
the capital, for letters patent to lue
under the following proposed charter
F. I'. OADSON.
J. S. LaKOCHK.
W. P. WILSON.
DR. U R. HAMPTON.
A. ST. GEO. IUCHAIIDSON.
N. C LOWE.
COPY OF PROPOSKD CHARTER OF
OCA LA KNITTING AND MANU MANUFACTURING
FACTURING MANUFACTURING COMPANY
We. the uderMRRed. hereby associate
ourselves together for the purpose of
becoming lnoorpratel under the laws
of the estate of Florida applicable ttt
corporations tor proflt.
The name of this corporation hall
be OCALA KNITTING AND MANU MANUFACTURING
FACTURING MANUFACTURING COMPANY, and Us prln-J
cipal place f business shall be the city
of Ocala, Marlon, county, I lortda, but
it may establish offices and branches
in aich other place or places In the
tate of Florida or outside of said
stare as It ehall dem desirable in the
conduct of its buinea. i
The general nature of the business
to be transacted by this corporation
1. To manufacture and market all
kinds of parmTit;
To own and operate knitting;
mills end other factories;
3. To own and operate canning fac factories
tories factories and to market the products;
49 To purchase, own, lease, sell and
dispose of all klods of real and per personal
sonal personal property of whatever nature:
5. To If-ml and borrow money, tak taking
ing taking and Klvtnfc therefor such eTldence
of Indebtedness and security as may
be deemed proper and neceary in the
conduct of its business:
6. To do any and a!! h In rs neces necessary
sary necessary for carrying out the .above pur purposes.
poses. purposes. ARTICLE nr.
The amount. of capital stock of this
corporation shall be fifty thousand
(J5w.0'0) oollars. divided into Ave thou thousand
sand thousand shares of the jar value of ten
$10) dotl-rs each, iiyable In cash or
property, labor or services, at a Just
valuation thereof to be flsed by the
board of directors at a meet mar called
for ftuch purpos.
v "ARTICLE IV.
The term fo" whioh this corporation
shall exist Is n!n-ty-nln years.
The business of this corporation
shall 1ms. conducted by a presrtdeju. a
to the ball
This is our
- HOFFMAN PRESS
Manufactured for the pres?dng cf
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
it can not wear cr tear. Call r.r.d sea
it do the woik.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.
' 1 jTk sm. f""
i;i:a vim r.o.vnn
Superior to lxMrr
- or I.Vilinj in
vlee-pre-sMent. a secretary a.:vJ ;i tr-..-
urtr, and a 1mat1 f tltrccttun campo
eel f not Ies than fevt-ti rf r n;or
than eleven -eremfjerp ; tY.v ot'lct-r s-hall
chosen annually by MM-khol
ers at the annual nH-"t f this t t-iKra
iKra t-iKra t Ion 4o be n t xn ,1
Tuesday In January vof a i r; srjy
two f the above rsamt-d tsffict-a may
be heiJ ly on nr. 1 the j..r.0!i
exert the of,if-i fit j.r -. .-r.i an 1
vlce-prehlent; the folio ivlr.. n;t:nej of officers
ficers officers ball con.iuct the iifin- of
this rncratIon until f.iorc lecu 1 at
the f.rt annual n;e'in-r -r-.n ,' Oify;
l'runidt-fit. ;ri." '.',-!'r
lent. F. 1". (Jjilnfii; r e? iry. J. s. Li Li-Itixvie;
Itixvie; Li-Itixvie; Treasurer. J I. U iy Jr
tor. Cforve O le. F. I. f. i J. r.
Wiley. J. -S. Lalloo'-ie. Ju.-c J OlU V.
I. Wilson. 1 11. ll4ini.:o:i, A. Ft. (.
IL'ctiar1on ml N. V".. Uwv, jjyji
erintemlent, II. 1. l-i'K:!i.
The hlcrheat mn!it of I; "tf -i
or liability to which th ortor ttlon
hall mlJec-t !f Is f;ff y t io y-.r.-l
T: m me axk! fna'M of r-i '.,, 'i
of -the Kubtriber to the c sj-'i il to- w
a.nl the number of Mvar- s of t ck oi oi-orlbed
orlbed oi-orlbed for by each, arc t f ov :
Nam Jt-"Mc',3'-,e t:' tares
CJeorge Giles, Oral. I"!"ri !r
F. P. GiulMn, Oca!., FSors 'jl
Jos. L Wiley. Ocala. I! -rMa
J. S. UHactie, Ooala, Fk.rMa.
W. P. WIln. Oc'ila. Flori l-i
Lr. I IL Hampton, Oc-l J'I jt'. i.
A. 4t, Geo. Kk-h.ird--n. O-vili, Fla.
N. K. Lowe, Ocala, FloriJa
STATE OF FIniDA,
COUNTY OF MARION.
On thl day personally cam bfor
me Geoiye Gile. F. I. G,v!-i. J. I
Wiley. J. tf. Lalioche, U'.-lV Wiici. 1
It. Hanrpton. A. tt. Geo. Hi"harl-n
and N. F.. Lowe, each to me well known
to be the Individual de'cribfJ in end
who tubscrlbed th-Ir r ii!-s to the
foregoinK" articles of lncorj ration, and
each ac know k-J, sed n, each for
Mmnelf. that he tiimed JiN r.irne there thereto
to thereto and rubcrlbed for th" amount of
capital stock set opposite hi na-n.
In witness whereof I h; v. hereunto
oet my tiand and f.lc'al f 1. tills the
25tS day of Stay, A. I. 1' V
(Notary Seal) N. C. aniFH.
Notary I-jblic, State Fi:rU.
"Sir commission e xpires F. rv. ry 11,
Of Sale of Bonds of the City cf Ocala,
The Board of Bond Trr tecs cf tha
City of Ocala, Florida, will cn the
Twenty-Sixth Day of Jane. A. D. 131'
at 3 o'clock p. m. at the cfT.ce of It. S.
Hall, in Ocala, Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, sell to the highest ami best bMIcr
the following bonds of safi city:
$55,000 worth of water works 1 : r.
of 5a id city, of the dcnorrar.atica c f
$1,000 each, bearing1 five per cent in interest,
terest, interest, payable -semi-annually, all of
said bond maturing Aur,u.-t 1st, A.
D. 1033. Interest and prircinal i ara arable
ble arable at the office of the City Treasurer
of the City of Ocala.
$100,000 worth of Sewerage Eer.-.N
of said city, of the der.orriinstion cf
$1,000 each, bearing five per cent in interest,
terest, interest, payable semi-annually, --'-
of said bonds maturing January l.-t,
1925, $33,000 of Kaid bonds maturln maturln-January
January maturln-January 1st, 1935, and $34,000 of Fa 5 1
bonds maturing January 1st, 10 i -.'
The principal and interest of fail
bonds being payable at the ofTce c f
the City Treasurer cf said city.
Bids may be submitted r. t any tin-.e
before sale, should be directed t
ERNEST J. CROOK, SECRETARY
OF BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES,
OCALA, FLORIDA; all bids rru t 1
sealed and accompanied by a cert;:"
check for five per cent. of the l:i
evidence of good faith, to be return.;,''!
if bid not accepted.
The said Board hereby reserves
the right to reject any and uli i;Ji.
IL S. HALE.
Chairman oflhe Board cf Bend Ti
tees of the City cf O:J.j.
Attest: E. J. CROOK,
Secretary of the Board r f
Trustees of the City of O -".