The Ocala evening star

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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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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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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
LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS TIME
VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1915
NO. 147
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

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GALIAHT jyStOVIIES HAVE MADE TEUTQHIB ALLIES
HEAVILY FOR RECONQUEST OF GALECIA ...

CAssociated
Berlin," June 23. (By wireless to j
Kawille). Lemberer Ji&s oeen con-
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"quered by the Teutonic allies from th
Russians after a very severe battl
according to an official report receiv
ed from the headquarters of the Aus-J
tro-Hungarian'army 'It is stated that
Lemberg fell before the. second army's
advance.4, . '. I
RUSSIANS MADE A GOOD RE-j
TREAT
London, June 23, There 4s no sur surprise
prise surprise here over the Austrian head

quarters statement of the capture oL If you want. to see one of the most
, Lemberg. "With this. victory, Austria lively games of the season, be at Hun Hun-has
has Hun-has reclaimed most bf the Galieianjter Park tomorrow afternoon, when

province which the Bussians occupied ;
early in the war. It is reported the
Russians withdrew most of their
forces and supplies from Lemberg.
RUSSIANS CLAIM SUCCESS ON
THE DNEISTER RIVER
' Petrograd claims a victory on the
Dneister, resulting in heavy losses
to the Teutonic rfllies.
. TOOK BACK AN IMPORTANT
TRENCH
In the Dardanelles the British re report
port report they recaptured a trench form forming
ing forming a dangerous salient to their line
from the Turks.
FRENCH MADE A STRONG MOVE
V FORWARD
The French have taken the Lab Labyrinth,
yrinth, Labyrinth, the strong German works
which have been the object of almost
continuous attacks since May 30.
AUSTRIAN'S ARE AUGMENTED
. The Italian staff announced the ar arrival
rival arrival of important reinforcements for
the Austrians along the Ironzo front,
north of the Gulf of Trieste. It also
declares the Austrians were repulsed
s in v the Montenero district.
GERMANS ARE JUBILATING
Berlin, June 23. News of Lem Lem-"
" Lem-" berg's capture was received with
. great jubilation here' today. Throngs
. crowded the streets, bells rang and
bands played.
TUNISIANA TORPEDOED
London, June 23. The steamer
Tunisiana has been torpedoed off
Lowestoff by a German submarine.
The crew landed at
Lowestoft. The
skipper beached the Tuisiana.
FRENCH HAD -VARYING FOR:
.-v.',-'---. TUNE
A minoj- French victory on the
heights of-, the Meuse and a defeat in
the Vosges is reported in the Paris
official statement today. The Ger Germans
mans Germans were repulsed in the Arras and
Lorraine districts.
MOSS BLUFF
Moss Bluff, June 22. Mr. J. P. Da Davis
vis Davis .made a business trip to Ocala Fri Friday.
day. Friday.
" Mr. WTiley Hand left yesterday for
Griffin, G a., where he will spend a
while with relatives.
Prayer meeting was well attended
Sunday night. Night services were
conducted by Mr. W. E. Martin.
' Miss- Lola .,Mixon of Oklawaha is
. visiting" her sister,- Mrsv J. M." Fort.
Mrs; Karberwas a pleasant caller
at the home of Mrs. Long and Mrs.
Collins Sunday afternoon,
Mrs. Long and daughter Miss Katie
spent -Saturday and Saturday night at
the home of her brother, Mr. H. P.
Griggs.
Mrs. Collins and children spent
Tuesday at" the home of Mr. and Mrs.
O. Fort.
': Mrs. A. M." Morrison, who has been
very sick, is staying with hr mother,
Mrs. Harrell this week. Her friends
wish her a speedy recovery.
Messrs. A. W. and O. Fort visited
their brother Saturday. He is in the
hosu"tal in Ocala.
31i?s Angie Collins spent Friday
tiighi witn ner friends, Misses Sallie
and4ddye Morrison.

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MISSION MEN TOMORROW
AFTERNOON
the, commission men will immolate
themselves on the shrine bf the new
grandstand, or else surprise them themselves
selves themselves and everybody else by beating
the locals. The Ocala team .hasn't
been beaten for quite awhile now, and
a little setback might be salubrious.
Unless arrangements fail," the Mic Mic-anopy
anopy Mic-anopy .team will be here Friday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, and you don't want to miss that
game either.
THAW IS TALKING
Must be Careful Lest he Puts Him Himself
self Himself Back Into Matteawan
(Associated Press)
New York, June 23. Harry Thaw
was the first witness today in his trial
to determine his sanity.
CROSBY HELPED TO MAKE
IT A CORPSE
' Citra, June 22, 1915.
Editor Star: There seems to be an
opinion prevailing in the minds of
some people that the 1915 session of
the legislature passed a bill known
as the Barber Bill. ;
For the information of the public I
want to say, that there were fwo such
bills introduced in the "House". One
bill received an unfavorable report
from the committee and one bill re received
ceived received a favorable report. The gen gentleman
tleman gentleman that introduced the bill tried
several times to get the bill up out
of its regular order, but failed, and
the bill died on the calendar.
A companion bill passed the SenateJ
and below is a history of its fate in
the House:
From House Journal, June 3rd, page
7(y, Senate bill No. 224.. A bill to be
entitled An Act to regulate the prac practice
tice practice of the occupation of a barber in
the state of Florida, and to provide
for the registering and licensing of
persons carrying on the business of a
barber; to look after and insure the
sanitary Condition of barber shops; to
create the office of state barber com commissioner
missioner commissioner in the state of Florida, and
defining his powers and duties under
this act; to make appropriation for
carrying out the provisions of this
act; to provide such other regulations
and provisions as are necessary to
properly carry out the objects and
purposes of this act; to provide penal
ties for the violation of this act; andi
for other purposes. f
Was taken up.
Mr. Pruitt moved that tha rules be

waived and Senate "Bill No. 224 be ( Help Somebody Today. Scripture les-
read a second time by its title only, j son from the 17th chapter of I. Sam.
Which was agreed to by a two-. Following the prayer, the minutes
thirds voter V were, read and approved. A letter was
And Senate Bill No. 224 was read read from the orphanage and finances
a second time by its title only. j were discussed. Various committees
Mr. Handley offered the following I reported, and the result of the medal
amendment to Senate Bill No. 221: A contest given in our various Sunday
Striks out the enacting clause. J schools last Sunday was as follows:
Mr. Handley moved the adoption of Baptist, Kenneth Stroman; Presbyl
the amendment. x terian, Whildon Gilmore; Method-st,
That was agreed to. Jesse Cowdrick. There being no fur-
Off went the head of Senate Bill' ther business the meeting adjourned
No. 224, and I helped do the carving. Uo meet July 20.

Yours very truly,
WT. J. Crosby.
W. M. S. .MEETING-
The regular monthly meeting of the
woman's Missionary Society of the

Baptist church will be held tomorrownd enjoy yourselves for the sake of' ice CTeam and cake, and the Wr. C. T,
afternoon, at' 4 o'clock, at the church. Auld Lang Syne. Children 10 cents: i.U. drink, ice water.

) All are invited.

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CALEXICO AND MEXICALI WERE
SHAKEN UP BY A SEISMIC
CATACLYSM
(Asrs-ocIatf-.-l I'resu)
Calexico, Calif!, June 23. Martial
law has been declared here and in
Mexicali, Mexico, just across the bor bor-der
der bor-der following a reign of terror in
both town.s resulting from three
earthquake shocks last night. Re-
; port3 are that at least twelve are
i
dead. Many injured were brought
here thi3 morning by Mexicali ref refugees.
ugees. refugees. Most of the buildings there
are in ruins. Hundreds slept in the
open. American cavalry is patrolling
the streets here and Villa soldiers are
patrolling Mexicali.
EARTHQUAKE AREA
, TENSIVE
WAS EX-
Los Angeles, June 23. The reports
of three severe earthquake shocks,
which "resulted in death.and injury to
at least fifteen, and considerable
property -loss by fire in several cities
of the Imperial valley,' covering sev several
eral several hundred square miles,' were re received
ceived received here' today. Wire communica communication
tion communication is interrupted and the details are
meager.' The greatest damage is at
Calexico. Shocks are also reported at
Yuma, Ariz., Sah Diego, and San
Bernardino.
IMPERIAL VALLEY STRICKEN
FROM END TO END
Ekentro, CaHf.,June 23'. Late re-1
ports indicate that the Imperial valley
was rocked from end to -end by last
night's series of earthquakes. Five
are reported dead in Mexicali. No
dead are reported in- other valley
points. Buildings in every valley city
were damaged. The estimated dam damage
age damage is more than a million dollars.
MORE SHOCKS THIS MORNING
Calexico, June 23. Further earth earthquake
quake earthquake shocks were felt v here this
morning.
SEVERE STORMS
PREVALENT ALL OVER -THIS
PART OF FLORIDA YESTER YESTERDAY
DAY YESTERDAY AND LAST NIGHT-
The heat wave that smothered the
south for several days was broken in
ithe last thirty-six hours by heavy
rainstorms, accompanied by electrical
disturbances.
, A heavy rain accompanied by thun thunder
der thunder and lightning struck the city a
little after 3 a. m., and sent the mer mercury
cury mercury down several "degrees. Previous
to its arrival, the night had been op oppressively
pressively oppressively hot. Preceding the rain rainstorm
storm rainstorm was a brilliant electric display,
the horizon being lit for over an hour
with incessant flashes of t lightning.
Such a constant blaze of electricity
has seldom betn seen here.
The rainstorm broke in Ocala with
several crashes, of thunder,' one of
which, would probably have split the
firmament if that place existed.
The storm was general all over the
country. Mr. Hamill, conductor on
the Ocala-Wilcox train, which came in
at 10:50, said that it reached-at least
ar far west as the Suwanee river, and
its evidences were numerous in fallen
timber all along his run. Considera Considerable
ble Considerable corn was blown over, but can be
straightened up.
"Tex" Martin, who at Eustis
night before last, aid the bottom
dropped out over there. Telegraphic
repotts show that the storm was gen general
eral general all over the southeast.
W. C. T. U.
The Ocala W. C. T. U. met yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon at the Baptist church,
Mrs. E. Van Hood acting in the ab-
, otuvc me uicsiuem,. wuenicrr sonir.
LITTLE GRANDMAS
IN GRANDMA LAND
These dear little people will appear
at the Temple theater Thursday aft-
ernoon, July 1st, at 4. o'clock
Come
adults 10 cents.

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PRESIDENT WILSON HAS MADE
THE AD INTERIM APPOINT APPOINTMENT
MENT APPOINTMENT OF ROBERT LANS LANSING
ING LANSING PERMANENT
C Associated Press J
Washington, June 23 Robert Lans Lansing
ing Lansing today accepted the president's
offer to fill the position of secretary
of state in Wilson's cabinet till the
close of this administration.
OF AMERICANS IN YAQUI VAL VALLEY
LEY VALLEY MADE BY A GENERAL
OF VILLA'S ARMY
(Associated Press)
On board U. S. Colorado, off Guay Guay-mas,
mas, Guay-mas, June 23 Fifteen .hundred Villa
troops under General Sosa were prom promised
ised promised as protection for foreigners in
the Yaqui valley at a conference
aboard the warship Colorado yester
day between Admiral Howard and
General Leyva, military commandant
of Guaymas. General Leyva said
that the landing of American marines
might be misinterpreted by the mass masses
es masses of the Mexican people.
General Leyva promised the same
protection for foreign settlers as Mex Mexicans,
icans, Mexicans, and said further that in case
of imminent danger an adequate
guard would .take them to safety.
Information thus far received indi indicates
cates indicates that about seventy-five men re remain
main remain at the normal American settle settlement
ment settlement of three hundred around Esper Esper-anza,
anza, Esper-anza, ninety miles southeast of Guay Guaymas.
mas. Guaymas. BEFORE JUDGE BULLOCK
Habeas. Corpus Case of Mrs. Johnson
of Sumter County
A very important case will be heard
today before JudeP Bullock in cham chambers,
bers, chambers, being the writ of habeas corpus
brought by Judge Koonce of Bush-nell,-for
his client, Mrs. Lula Johnson,
of that city, who with her son, Wil William
liam William Johnson, was committed to jail
for the murder of their husband and
father. Dr. W. C. Johnson, of Coleman,
who was murdered in his home in that
city on June 6th.
At the preliminary hearing on the
17th of June, before Justice T. IL
Wicker, of Coleman, both parties were
bound over without bail.
No attempt is being made so far,
to get the young man out of jail.
There are a number of citizens' from
that part of Sumter county in the city
today representing some phase of the
case.
Among those present from Sumter
county are Judge Wicker, B. IL Bridg Bridges,
es, Bridges, R. C. Fussell, L. S. Hutto and wife,
Mrs. Annie Lowe, Mrs. P. E. Hall,
Judge Koonce and Dr. R. C. Hubbard.
KENDRICK W. C. T. U.
The regular social meeting of the
Kendrick W. C. T. U." was held Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon June 22nd, at the home
of Mrs. W. B. Livingston. There was
a large number of ladies present, and
as, a visitor, Mrs. Clifford Livingston,
of Lakeland.
The president opened the meeting
by reading the 5th chapter of Ephes Ephes-ians.
ians. Ephes-ians. t Prayer Mrs. C. H. Shaw.
Song "The Temperance Light Lighthouse."
house." Lighthouse."
Roll call and reading of minutes of
previous meeting.
Very full and satisfactory reports
were given by the treasurer and the
superintendents of the Medal Contest
and Flower Mission Departments.
Plans and methods of work for the
balance of the summer months were
discussed and many very good sug suggestions
gestions suggestions were offered and will be tak taken
en taken up.
At the close of the business meet meeting,
ing, meeting, Mrs. Clifford Livingston favored
us with a beautifully rendered solo
entitled "Face to Face," which was
greatly enjoyed by all. Miss Lillian
Livingston also favored us with a reci recitation
tation recitation "Twixt the Two," which was re received
ceived received with hearty applause.
At the close of a very pleasant so social
cial social hour, Mrs. Livingston assisted
by Mrs. Clifford Livingston and Miss
Lillian Livingston, served the ladies
with delicious iced cantaloupe, peach
V Julia Webb. Press. Cor.

PROMISE OE
PROTECTION

TRAHEIL HIT'S

I'ST
GOVERNOR MAKES OFFICIAL
ANNOUNCEMENT OF HIS
CANDIDACY
( Associated Pres)
Tallahassee, June 27. Governor
Park Trammell today announced that
he would be a candidate for the -United
States Senate, to succeed Senator
Bryan in the 1916 primary.
EXCITEMENT III
AIIAIITA IS OVER
SLATON CONGRATULATED BY
CITIZENS OF GEORGIA AS
WELL AS OTIIER STATES
(Associated Press)
Atlanta, June 23. State troops
continued last night to guard the sub suburban
urban suburban home of Governor Slaton, but
all is quiet, both here and in Atlanta,
after the demonstrations in protest
against the governor's action in com commuting
muting commuting the death sentence of Leo M.
Frank.
Both state and city officials said
they anticipated no further trouble,
but as a precautionary measure addi
tional militiamen are under arms at

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the armory here and extra policemen j Guaymas military, commandant assur assur-are
are assur-are available: Governor Slaton spenTed h,m luiet Prevailed in the valley.
,-i v,,-, ; r.v, v It is believed the landing of United

several hours in his office at the cao
itol yesterday. PolicemeYi accompanied
him to and from his home in an auto
mobile, but there was no demonstra-
...
ine governor last night did not;
know when the guard would be remov-'
ed from his country estate.. "The
crowd which visited my home was not
composed of the best people in At Atlanta,"
lanta," Atlanta," the governor said. He added:
"Today I received hundreds of tele telegrams
grams telegrams from people in Georgia and
throughout the country congratulat congratulating
ing congratulating me on my action in the Frank
case."
CANT SPARE THE COPS
Several Policemen Yet on Guard at
Home of Governor Slaton
(Associated Press)
Atlanta, June 23. The guard oi
militia county policemen still sur sur-roundsS3overnor
roundsS3overnor sur-roundsS3overnor Slaton's country es estate
tate estate today. No intimation is given
when it will be withdrawn,
quiet there and in the city.
All is
ELECTRA
Electra, June 22. A picnic will be
held at the Electra school house. Ev Everybody
erybody Everybody come and bring a filled bas basket.
ket. basket.
Mr. Record, who has been working
with Mr. D. F. Stebbleton, has return returned
ed returned to his home in the north.
Mr. L. D. Marsh and Miss Annie
Lou Marsh have gone to Lake George
on a business trip. I
Mrs. Ella Sellers has gone to.
Ida Higginbotham.
Mrs. J. P. Halford and children,
Louie Mae and Ernest Lee, spent Fri Friday
day Friday with her daughter, Mrs. II. M.
Sellers.
Mr. O. E. Caldwell of Heather Isl Island,
and, Island, was a business caller in Ocala
Saturday.
iss Mae Halford returned hpme
irom ucaia cjaturaay, wnere sne
3pent a week with her cousin, Mrs. J.
G. Fakes.
Mrs. Lee Mock went to Ocala Sat-
urday to seek the aid of the dentist
for an ulcerated tooth.
Mr. A. J. Holton was a caller in the
Brick City Saturday.
The young people of Moss Bluff
nd Electra gathered at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mock and had an
ice cream supper, then passed the
time in playing games. Every one
aad a pleasant time.
Young men, there is plenty of work.
Mr. George Allred has started, up a
camp to cut crossties.
Mr. J. J. Hudnell and Mr. G. G. All All-red
red All-red were callers in town Saturdaj.
Mr. G. A. Douglass and son Clifford
Douglass and Mr. W. B. Douglass of
Lake City were in our section last
week. They came through" .the coun country
try country in Mr. G. A. Douglass, 1915 model
new car.
SAFETY FIRST
Don't weaken your health by allow allowing
ing allowing yourself to 'become constipated.
Take a mild, sure laxative. Nyal's
Figsen is an effective aid to nature,
not a harsh stimulant. Get a ten cent
box of these candy tablets now, at the
Annex Drug Store. 16-tf

M
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1 MURDER

MEXICAN SOLDIER

PLE FROT,

(Associated Press)

San Diego, Calif., June 23.- A wire wireless
less wireless from the United States warship
Colorado, off Guaymas, Mexico, today.
mutilated bodies of several Americans
reported killed by Yaqui Indians, have
been received at Guaymas from the
Yaqui valley.
A train with 200 Villa soldiers was
sent yesterday from Empaime, to
tempt to rescue a party of two
ericans and sixteen Mexicans who are
A, .
repairing the bridge over the Yaqui
near Corral.
ADMIRAL HOWARD REPORTS IM-
i ivvj cut..' a
W'ashington. June 23. Anxiety of
officials over the Yaqui valley situa-l
, r j- i C
tion, where the Indians nad threaten-
ed an American colony,-was consider considerably
ably considerably relieved today, following the re receipt
ceipt receipt of reassuring advices from Ad Admiral
miral Admiral Howard, who reported that the
f" 13 Denevea ine 'anamg
, States marines U be unnecessary.
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iDLUXHAffl
IH BILL
,
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Measure Intended to Cut a Couple of
Hundred of Square Miles Out
of Marion
A bill to be entitled, an act provid
ing for the creation of Bloxham
county m the state of Honda, and
for the organisation and government
inereoi.
Be it enacted bv the legislature of
the state of Florida:
Section 1. That the county of Blox Bloxham
ham Bloxham be and the same is hereby creat created
ed created and established. Such county shall
comprise and include all the territory
r the counties or Levy ana iuanorn
described as loiiows: beginning at
the government established corner be
tween sections l and : oi townsnip
8. r. zu e., ana run.mcnce in a ouin ouin-ernly
ernly ouin-ernly direction between sections 1 and
2. between factions 11 and 12, be
tween sections 13 and 14, between
sections 23 and 24, between sections
25 and 26 and between sections 35 and
36 of said township 12 s. r. 20 e.,
thence continue southemly between
sections 1 and 2, between sections 11
and 1.2, between sections 13 and 14, be between
tween between sections 23 and 24, between
sections 25 and 26, and between sec sections
tions sections 35 and 36 of township 13 s. r. 20
e., thence westwardly on township
line dividing townships 13 and 14 of
range 20 e three miles to the govern government
ment government established corner of sections 4
and 5 of township 14 s. r. thence
southerly between sections 4 and 5 be between
tween between sections 8 and 9, between sec sections
tions sections 16 and 17, between sections 20
and 21? between sections 2S and 29
and between sections 32 and 33 of said
townshirj 14 s. r. 20 e., thence con continue
tinue continue southerly between sections 4
and 5 between sections 8 and 9, be between
tween between sections 16 and 17, between sec sections
tions sections 20 and 21, between sections 23
and 29 and between sections 32 and
33 of township 15 s. r. 20 e., thence
westwardly two miles on township
line dividing townships 15 and 16 s.
r. 20 e., thence continue westwardly
on township line dividing townships
15 and 16 s. r. 19 e.. thence continue
westwardly on township line dividing
townships 15 and 16 s. r. 18 e., to the
Marion counties, thence southerly
on said boundary line to where
tersects the middle of the chan
the Big Withlacoochee river; thence
westwardlv- down the center of the
channel of the said Bitr Withlacoo
chee river to the Gulf of Mexico
thence northwardly along the Gulf of
Mexico, including all islands and keys,
from the mouth of the Big Withlacoo Withlacoo-chee
chee Withlacoo-chee river to the mouth of Wacasa?a
river: thence up the middle of the vva vva-f
f vva-f . .. .. .....
;casassa river to the line dividing
townships 13 and 14 s. r. 16 e- thence
easterly along said line dividing town townships
ships townships 13 and 14 s. r. K e.. and thence
easterly along, line dividing rang ranges
es ranges 17 and 18 e.. thence northerly along
said line dividing ranges 17 and 18e..j
to where said line' intersects the linej
dividing Levy and Alachua counties;
thence easterly along the boundary i
line of Levy and Alachua counties, and
Alachua and Marion counties to the
point of beginning. r" j
Section J2. The said county shall be
a part of the second congressional dis district,
trict, district, a art of the twenty-first rena rena-torial
torial rena-torial district, and a jart of the eight
judicial circuit, and said county fhall
have one memCer in the House of
Representatives of the state of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Section 3. The town of WillUton
shall be the temporary county seat
of said county.
Section 4.. The governor of the
state shall on or before the 1st day
of October. 1915. appoint all the offi officers
cers officers to which said county may be en entitled
titled entitled under the constitution and laws
of the state of Florida.
Section 5. It shall be the duty of
the Board of Public Instruction of

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B'oxham county o hold tht ir first
Section C. It shall be the duty of
the Board of County Commissioners
of .Bloxham county to hold tH-?rr first
meeting on the first Monday in Octo October,
ber, October, 1H15 and at said meeting they
shall rmke arrangements for tempo-

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Am-ime,nt
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county shall have civil and criminal
jurisdiction throughout said county
shall have civil and criminal action ov-
er ca"fs action which -shall have
ioccured, and over crimes and mtsde-

jmeanors which shall have 4een corn-
i mitted within the territory embracer
in c,?.uny as, hereby constituted,
pr.or to the first day of October 1915.
ia the same manner and the same eX.
tent as if said county had been in. ex
istence when such, causes of action
accrued or such crimes ormi lemean lemean-or3
or3 lemean-or3 were committed.
Section 8. All actions and prosecu prosecutions
tions prosecutions and all proceedings in guardian guardianship
ship guardianship or administration, and any and
all other actions, prosecutions or pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings that may be pending in Levy,
Ti' Marion, counties in the circuit
court or any other court, or before
any officer or board of said counties
on the first day of October, 1J15.
whereof any court, ofT.cer or Board of
B'oxham county would have had ex exclusive
clusive exclusive jurisdiction of said county had
been in existence when .such .action
or proceeding was instituted, shall be
transferred to the corresponding court
or officer of board of Bloxhum coun county
ty county having jurisdiction' of such mt-
t.'iK; and all pleading?, paper? -ar.d
. documents in any way pertaining to
Uny sucn action, prosecution or pro-
ceedinr-s shall L tip hvrrrd hv the
clerk or other officer of Le vy and Ma Marion
rion Marion counties having custody there thereof,
of, thereof, to the, proper o:..rcr of Bloxham
county.
Section 9. The clerk of the circuit
court, of Bloxham county, or by his
authorized agent or deputy .shall pro-
cure from the rccord jn the office of
jclerk cf the circuit court of Levy and
Marion counties a transcript of all
sucn deeds, transiers, mortgages or
other conveyances of real or personal
property and of all judgements, or orders,'
ders,' orders,' decrees and wills and any and
Ln otner matters of record, and any
and all papers or documents in the
custody of the celrks of the circuit
eourt3 of Levy and Marion counties,
that may in anywise affect the inter interests
ests interests of -the citizens-of Bloxham coun county
ty county as the county commissioners may
from time to time direct, and the
clerks of the circuit courts of Levy
and Marion counties shall, without
charges or fees allow to the clerk of
the circuit court of Bloxham county
free access to all books and papers
on file in his office that would in any
wise facilitate the procuring of such
transcriptions. The clerk of the cir circuit
cuit circuit court of Bloxham county shall
certify to the correctness of Euch
certified copies of records, documents
and other matters so transcribed and
certified shall be of the same force
and effect a3 the original records.
Sec. 10. As compensation for the
service required of him in section 9
of this act, the clerk of the circuit
court of Bloxham county, fhall be
paid by paid county the sum of one
hundred -dollars per month for such
tlme-a3 he shall be actually engaged
in Kuch work.
Sec. 11. The assessor of taxes of
Levy and Marion counties shall con continue
tinue continue to perform the dutie3 of their
offices in relation to all property and

it n-l?erzons WItnm the territory cf Blox Blox-i
i Blox-i f i nam county as herein created until the
"Ji.: first day of October 1915. Upon the

y or ucto&er ivio. upon tne
completion cf his .assessment roll as
provided by Jaw he fl ail deliver to the
assessor of taxes for Bloxham county
a transciipt of so much of said assess assessment
ment assessment roll as applies to the property
and persons within the limits of Blox Bloxham
ham Bloxham county as hereby created, and
thereafter the assessor of taxes of
Bloxham county shall perform all the
duties of his office a 3 now provided by
law.
Sec. 12.. The assessor of taxes of
Levy and Marion counties &hall be
paid as provided by law for assessing
the taxes of Bloxham county for the
y-ar 1915, and the county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners shall provide fr reasonable
compensation to be paid to ssii asses assessor
sor assessor for preparing a transcript of his
assessment roll as herein provided,
and for any and all other extraor extraordinary
dinary extraordinary serv ices which" a?.-e.-5 jr may
be required to perform. Ar d the
counties of Levy and Marion shall not
i
oe requires to pay ior any services
performed by said assessor during the
year 1915 in relation to property and
persons in the territory of Bloxham
county as hereby created.
Sec 13. The assessor of taxes for
Bloxham -county fchall receive no
compensation for the assessment cf
taxes of said county for the year
1915, but he shall receive for
services as he may perform eft r i"
first day of October 1915, such c : -rensation
a? may be agreed on ty
he county commissioners.
(Concluded on Second Pae)

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OCALA EVENIKU STAR WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23. 1915

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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTING ER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
K. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business 3fanager
J. n. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocra, Fla., postoffice as secona claas matter.

BLOXHAM COUNTY BILL

PHONE 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
One year, in advance. . $5.00
lx months, in advancer."... 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25

Ot.4 month, In advance

.50

(Foreign)
One year- in advance $4.00
Six months, in advance...... 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance. 80

We are, we hope, as good an Amer- at peace. If they think it to their

ican as Colonel Watterson, but the

way "Marse Henry" abuses American
citizens of German blood is a little
too rank for us.

- The best thing William J. Bryan
ever did, and probably the only time
he evef was of any real service to his
country, was when he helped Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row Wilson to obtain the democratic
nomination.

Three weeks ago, according to the

Fatherland, Bryan was a fool. Next
week, he was a patriot this week he
is the only statesman in America,
and next week, at the Fatherland's
present rate of exaltation, he will be
almost as big a god as the kaiser.'
It has come to light that Mr. Bry Bryan,
an, Bryan, some months ago, sent $00 to
the German prisoners in Canada. It
would be a kind and praiseworthy act
for an American citizen to send mon money
ey money to prisoners of any nation, but it
was not a proper act for an official of
our government.

it is reported that Sir Edward
Gray, the British minister of foreign
affairsj is in Roumania on a diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic mission. Gray is one of the
smartest of British statesmen, and
Great Britain is more trusted in the
Balkans than any other power? His
mission put an end to Roumania's in indecision.
decision. indecision. ...

nHvnnfaw to brine- on war. they will

" r-
bring on war. There is a sorry
chance for the civilization and hu humanity
manity humanity of the world if the Teutonic
allies win', and if they do win Amer America
ica America will either have to fight them or
submit to humilation.

The Star is not surprised at the de decision
cision decision of the supreme court regarding
the grandfather clause laws of Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma and Maryland. It is of the opin-

lOIl L I i Hit? w 1 1 J t. Llv 1 1 .i tut. v w i i
makes to these laws will apply to the
Florida law, which the people will
voteon at the next general election."
It will be a very good thing" for the
peopleto decide on this fully, and
if it be established by good legal au authority
thority authority that the law will not stand,
they should vote against it; for if it
is adopted, and an election held under
it, and the election is contested, as it
surely will be, a great deal of con confusion
fusion confusion in the affairs of the state
would result.

From the remarks made to it yes yesterday
terday yesterday evening and today, the Star
has plenty df reason to believe that it
struck a popular chord in its article
on the shooting of the negro at East East-lake.
lake. East-lake. The people of this community
love justice and hate injustice, and
the Star will always try to express
their feelings.
The Fatherland says President Wil Wilson
son Wilson has lost 92 per cent of the German-American
vote. It is not likely
that Mr. Wilson has thought about
anybody's vote "in deciding the mo momentous
mentous momentous matters before him. But if
the German-Americans want to find
out what a minority they are, they
have only to bring on an issue in
wich an American must decide
whether he shall vote for the United
States or Germany.

At 10 o'clock this morning the Star
received a dispatch to the effect that
Governor Slaton of Georgia had
commuted Leo Frank's sentence to
imprisonment for life. Ocala Star..
If you had International News Ser Service
vice Service instead of the Associated Press
you would have had that information
by 7 o'clock. By 7:30 a. m. the Sun

j had posted the wholo story. Clear

water bun.
" The Star would mildly beg leave to
call the Sun's attention to the very
obvious fact that the morning papers
of Monday, carrying A. P. dispatches,
and printed several hours before
either the Clearwater Sun or the old

original sun arose, carried the story

that Frank was on his way to the
state prison at Milledgeville, and

therefore of a necessity his sentence

must have been commuted. The Star
could have had the announcement- of
the commutation at 7 o'clock also if

it had ordered it. It did not order a
bulletin for that purpose, therefore
the news came in with its first batch
of dispatches at 10 o'clock. As the
Star has. always commended the merit
of the.. International News Service,
he Sun is rather going out lof its

way to defend what hasn't been attacked.

The German submarine U-51 is op operating
erating operating around Constantinople. To get
there it is said to have made the long
voyage from Kiel or Wilhelmshaven,
via the North Sea, the open Atlantic
and Mediterranean, then through the
Dardanelles altogether about 5,000
miles. Orlando Sentinel.
Why so, when it could have been
sent in pieces by rail, less than one one-fourth
fourth one-fourth the distance, assembled and
launched at Constantinople.
Since Japan licked the Russians,-

there hasn't been as great fear of the
"Bear that walks like a man," and
.since the Russians are making such a
sorry showing against the Teutons,
one of the favorite outdoor sports of
nations when this war ends, bids fair
to be baiting the bear. Jacksonville
Metropolis.
Russians made a better showing
against the Japs, and are making a
better showing against the Germans,
than Americans would make if they
had to go to war just now.

CATALOGUE OF THE
STATE WOMEN'S COLLEGE

. For the last score of years, Atlanta
has been cursed by a hoodlum ele element,
ment, element, more vicious probably than in
any other city of its size in the South.
It was that element that brought on
the riot that disgraced the state
some years ago, and some of the
same crowd made a demonstration
against the home of Governor Slaton
Monday night. It would have been a
good thing for the city and state if a
hundred of two of them had been kill killed.
ed. killed. They do not represent Atlanta or
Georgia, but they make trouble for
Loth.

In the "July Metropolitan, Booth
Tarkington very accurately describes
American sentiment toward the great
war. A year ago, Americans had
- more nersonal fripndshin for" Clfr-

. 1.
mans than for any other people. This
. personal friendship has changed lit little,
tle, little, if any. But it looks to Americans

like Germany could have prevented j
war instead of bringing it on. We have ;
. seen Germans commit, in the course
'of war, acts that no other civilized
nation has committed. We have been
conscientiously neutral, and the Ger-
" mans are beginning to hate us be because
cause because we do not do things that would
injure- their enemies. The impression
is becoming general in America that
Germany is controlled by a coterie of
"men without conscience. They take
ik note of right or wrong. If they
- think it to their interest to remain at
peace with America, they will remain

The catalogue of the State College
for Women which is now being distri distributed
buted distributed by that college, is of interest
not only to every citizen who has a
daughter to send to college, but to
every one who takes pride in the pro progress
gress progress of his state educational institu institutions.
tions. institutions. The book gives the history of
the college and shows the substantial
growth 'it has made since it was
founded. The list of the faculty and

other officers, exclusive of the state
boards, comprises 48 names. The plant
as described consists of a campus of
103 acres, and seven buildings, in including
cluding including a new $30,000 dining room.

Information is given also concerning
the terms of admission to the college

and the -work of the various depart

ments, viz: the graduate school, col

lege of arts and sciences, the normal
school, the college of art, expression
and music, as well as concerning the
work carried on throughout the state
by the extension division of the home
economics department. Among the
items of interest to those who expect
to go to college soon, are the calendar
for the academic year, and fhe state statement
ment statement of expenses, which for regular
students in the college and normal
school are kept within the modest
sum of $128 for 35 weeks. Not the
least interesting part of the catalogue
is the register, which shows that dur during
ing during the past year there were in at

tendance at the college including
summer term, G33 young women from
49 Florida .counties and 12 states. The
catalogue shows clearly that young
ladies of Florirfa who wish to receive
educational adyantages'of the highest
type and at the lowest cost,-can do
so within the borders of their own
state. Young women who are think thinking
ing thinking of attending .college in- 1915-1916
should write the president of the col college
lege college .for a copy of this catalogue:

(Continued from First Page)
Sec. 14. The collector of taxes of
Levy and Marion counties shall be al allowed
lowed allowed or credited in their settlement

for the amount of all taxes due onj
property or from persons within the ;
county of Bloxham as hereby created
for the year 1915.
Sec. 15. The collectors of- taxes of
Levy and Marion county shall pro-
ceed to collect the taxe which shall

on the first day of October, 1915, be

unpaid and past due on lands lying in
the territory of Bloxham county as
hereby "created, and to enforce the
payment thereof by sale of delinquent
lands in the same manner and with
the same effect as if the county of
Bloxham had not been create. And
all sales made ia pursuance of this
section shall be as valid as if this ter territory
ritory territory of Bloxham had remained a
part of Levy and Marion counties.
Sec. 1G. All tax certificates cov covering
ering covering lands lying in Bloxham county
which shall, on the first day of Oc October,
tober, October, 1915, or thereafter be owned by
or issued to the state shall be deliver delivered
ed delivered to the clerk of the circuit court of
Bloxham county, and all redemption
of lands heretofore and hereafter
certified or sold for taxes, whether
certified or sold to the state or to in individuals,
dividuals, individuals, shall be made to the clerk

of the circuit court of said countv.
Sec. 17. It shall be the duty of the
board of county commissioners of
Bloxham county at as early a date as

may be possible, to hold a conference

with the board of county commission

ers of Ievy and Marion counties and
agree with said board upon a plan or

plans "for assumption by Bloxham

county of its pro rata share of the in indebtedness
debtedness indebtedness of Levy and Marion coun

ties in accordance with the provision
of the constitution of the state of

Florida; and also upon an equitable

division of the surplus funds Levy
and Marion counties may have on

hand or that may be owing to Levy
and Marion counties on the first day
of October, 1915.
Sec. 18. It shall be the duty of the
board of public instruction of Blox Bloxham
ham Bloxham county at as early a date as may
be possible to hold a conference with
the boards of public instruction of
Levy and Marion counties and agree
with such boards upon a plan for the
assumption of Bloxham county of its
pro rata of the indebtedness of the
boards of public instruction of Levy
and Marion counties, and also upon
an equitable division of the surplus
funds that said boards "may have on
hand or that may be owing to said
boards on the first day. of October,
1915.
-Sec.' 19. The spring term of the
ctrcuit court of Bloihant county shall
be ..held on the fourth. Monday in
March and the fall term of the cir circuit
cuit circuit court of said county shall be held

on the fourth Monday in September of

each year.

Sec. 20. The foregoing sections of
this act shall take effect upon their
ratification by the affirmative vote of

three-fifths of the votes cast at an

election to be held in the territory
hereinbefore set forth as the county

of tJloxham.

Sec. 21. The election provided for

in section 20 of this act shall be held

on the second Tuesday of September,
A. D. 1915. The county commission

ers and the supervisors of registra

tion of Marion and Levy counties

shall discharge such duties in connec connection
tion connection with the calling and holding of

said election, as are now required of

them by law. for general election, and

the said general election shall be gov

erned in all respects by the law for

holding general elections, except as

otherwise provided herein, or not in

consistent herewith. No notice of said
election shall be necessary.. Those
who are duly qualified to vote within

the territorial limits of said proposed
county of Bloxham shall be qualified

election at said election.
i

Runaway June
(Continued from l-ast v7eeic;
FOURTEENTH, EPISODE
In. the Grip of Poverty-.

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UfOLSSIFIEDADS

WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

FOR RENT Upstairs consisting of

three rooms and bath, furnished for
light housekeeping. Electric lights,
city and cistern water. Mrs. P. H.
Gillen, No. 1 S. 5th St. 21-tf
FOR SALE OR RENT Small store
building on South 7th St., near A. C.
L. railway, formerly occupied by W.
D. Cowdrick. Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No.
1 S. 5th St. 21-tf

A-letter has been received from W.
L. Denham from New York City say saying
ing saying he and his wife are having a nice
time, but that everything in the big
city is surely dead. Even the busy
corner of Fourteenth street and
Broadway does not contain the mass

of humanity passing to and fro to

their work as usual. Mr. and Mrs
Denham will leave Friday for home.
Gainesville Sun.

WANTED At once, 100 ewes. "Ad "Address
dress "Address E. C. Beuchler, Anthony, Fla 4t

FOR RENT Rooms for light house housekeeping,
keeping, housekeeping, furnished or qnfurnished,
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 RENTV11 located and nlcelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
loniai. 7-tf

ROOMS AND BOARD Large

rooms with board at special sum

mer rates.. Mrs. M..E-.Ervin, at

Carlton House. 19-1 mo,

FOR RENT Eight room residence
on Oklawaha, two blocks east of A. C.

L railroad; all modern conveniences;

house in good repair; can give imme

diate possession. Rent reasonable.

Apply to Mrs. O. T. Green, telephone

No. 3S3. 21-6t

rUK Ktrs l lhree or four rooms

furnished for light housekeeping, or

will rent the whole house of seven
rooms with every modern convenience

furnished, very reasonable. Phone 494.
P. A. Durand, 614 E. Adams St. 23-Gt

"Carter's Delicious" slice cake made
in six varieties, 10c. Gold, silver, choc chocolate,
olate, chocolate, pineapple, raisin and pound
cake. Sold by all leading grocers, tf

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

CHAPTER 1.
IID cold eyes of the dumpy laud laud-lady
lady laud-lady suddenly warmed. They
had caught ibe glitter of a dia
niond.

Wait a mluuter she called. -I tuiuk
I'll take a chance ou you. after all."
The beautiful young jrirl swayed in
the doorway. Mrs. Waters caught tier
by the arms, put down the heavy
bundle under which the irl had Lent
and led her to n chair.
You need a cup of tea. the landlady
rattled on, aud her eyes strayed cor cor-nerwLse
nerwLse cor-nerwLse to the tai?rin;; white hand
upon which glowed a sparkling soli solitaire.
taire. solitaire. The girl also wore a bright new
wedding ring!
The wonian waddled away, aud June
opened the bundle of pants which she
had brought with her and began to
sew.
"Put 'em up! the bustling landlady
with a neck like a crease cried. She
lifted the garment from June's lap and

tossed it aside, "lou cant make a
living sewing pants. A pretty girl like
you ought to get a nice Job In an office

Here's a cup of tea l got for you from

Mrs. Parsons and a morning iajer I
got from Sirs. Kedzie. Drink your tea

while 1 hunt you a Job. And ener energetically
getically energetically she turned the paper inside

out. My goodness! She had been about

to drive away this beautiful young
girl I And with that costly diamond
ring on her hand and a brand new
wedding ring! I'll lend you car fare
If you want it."
Within two minutes more she had
her new lodger bundled out of the door

and on her way to hunt a Job." With Within
in Within two minutes after that a luxurious
limousine, had stopped In front of the
new home of the runaway bride. The
door opened, end a man with a white
mustache sprang out. followed by a
dark man with n black Vandyke. They
dashed for the entrance, but a noise
halted them. The sound came from the
back of the car and was made by a
large round lump which clustered
around the spare tire. The lump was
the private detective. Bill Wolf, and
the face which he turned side wise as
the driver of the luxurious limousine
ran back to him was covered with dust.
The driver, a wide faced Italian, grin grinned
ned grinned as he saw that the Involuntarily
faithful sleuth was firmly attached to
the tire coverjng by his cravat, which
was entangled In a strap.
"Well, why don't you help me, you
big wop? complained the trapped de detective.
tective. detective. "Help you? Surer The driver Jump Jumped
ed Jumped behind Bill Wolf and kicked him
with a sound like the beating of a car carpet.
pet. carpet. "Scattir called the black Vandyked
man. Gilbert Blye. and the grinning
ScattI ran to him.
Gilbert Blye pointed up the street.
There tore toward them a family car,
on the front seat of which, beside the
chauffeur; sat a handsome collie, June

Warner's Bouncer! The black Van Van-dyked
dyked Van-dyked man whispered in the ear of his
driver, and the gleam of Joy came Into
the Italian's narrow slitted eyes.
Beautiful June "Warner, more appeal appealing
ing appealing than ever In her plain little black
dress and her fragile pallor, entered the
door which was lettered "Elizabeth
Sawyer Real Eftpte and Invest Investments,
ments, Investments, and fountl herself in the railed
off reception space of a large office
which was alive with the hum of ener energetic
getic energetic business. Probably a dozen other
applicants for the position which June
had come to seek stood In this narrow
space, comparing themselves critically
with each other, but the timid little
newcomer had but a very short time to
endure their calculating scrutiny, for
the door of a private office opened and
a pleasant faced woman with a line of
thought in her brow stood there, rang ranging
ing ranging over the girls with an eye of keen

Judgment, and popped back in.
A thin, stiff necked young womaj

came put and went directly to the beau

tiful girl with the plain black dress.
"Will you come iu?" she Invited with
an unexpected agreeableness. and she
led the way Into the very center of this
web of Industry.

The family car stopped at the curb

with a slam, and the collie. Bouncer,

was on the ground, r rom the car

sprang the young husband of June
Warner, his Jaws set and his fists

clinched. There followed the stern

father and the gentle mother of June,
her bosom friend. Iris Blethering, dud

Iris husband. Bobbie.

They're In there!" called V dusty

voice. It was the well known and Just

ly famous private detective. Bill Wolf,
still attached to the luxurious limou

sine by his strong cravat, but no one
heard him. The party had rushed Into
the dim hallway.
June Warner's eyes brightened as she
entered the private office of Elizabeth
Sawyer. That pleasant featured wo woman
man woman sat at u desk piled high with a lit litter
ter litter of papers. As she passed the desk
June saw, standing amid the pa'iers.
the portrait of Klizabeth Sawyer, a tall,
good looking man and three handsome
children.
As Ned Warner rushed Impetuously
In from the street a figure sprang from
the dim hallway. That figure was
SeattL.aiid. closely pursued by the par party
ty party from the family car, he tore across
the big vacant room which occupied
the ground tloor and darted through n
heavy Iron door, and the pursuers plied
In after him. It was then that the
dark, handsome man with the black
Vandyke slipped from his concealment
beneath the stairway, sped lightly
across the abandoned banking room and
clanged the Iron door, slipping the
heavy crossbar into Its place. His black
eyes glowed as he heard the yell of dis dismay
may dismay from behind those stanch doors,
and he smiled.
Bill Wolf at last got his fingers un un-numbed
numbed un-numbed erough to open his pocket pocket-knife,
knife, pocket-knife, and with this he sawed off his
cravat Just below the knot. He gal galloped
loped galloped straight across the street with a
strange, sidelong motion and. entering
a saloon, slapped a quarter on the bar.
"Four beers!" he husked with lib
dusty tongue. It was not until he had
swallowed the third one that he took
his nickel of change and telephoned to
Honoria Blye.
A keen eyed man with bushy eye eyebrows
brows eyebrows caum in to fret Klizatielii Sawrer

as June Warner sat pationtiy at the
window. He put his hat on the corner
of her desk and unbuttoned hi smooth,
neatly fitting ovtr-o-;t-
"Well, Mrs. Sawyer. hv a!ut l!T

he Inquired, putting LU hab'd on hi J
knee. j
Airs. Sawyer lind li-n h'.rsy Mnin-; I

papers.
"I couldn't think of c ns-!;atiiig."
she said crisply, with a s'i.-iLe f her
head.
"Sorry." TLf m in find laid a foideJ
document before h-r. "AM right, you

Benefit (Game
Commission Men vs Qcala
We need you so go and Drink
BOTTLED

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I

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The proceeds from the sale of Coca Coca-Cola
Cola Coca-Cola will be given for the grand stand

Ocala Coco-Cola BoltlingAVorks

Elizabeth Sawyer Was--a Pleasaot
Featured Woman.
won't consolidate.' And the man's
tone was. regretful. "You're a very
fine business woman. Mrs. Sawyer, aud
I don't mind' admitting that you've
made a real competition in our ter-
. ; 1
(Continued on Tbird Page)

. WOOD"
FHONF 503 ;
For Good Wood j
BIG Load for SI. :
Your C'rder wtli iave J
immediate Attention.
J. L. SMOAK :
At Hmotk's V)Cor hop.

E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers

WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Licensed Embalmer.
Phone i0 Ocala, Fla.'

Usre Our
Superb Ibilet Requisies.

.1 h

lis i ,mr i A J

.-" :y-.

Our toilet soaps cleanse the skin without leav leaving
ing leaving an after irritation; our toilet waters and per perfumes
fumes perfumes hold" their delightful odors. Our brush brushes
es brushes keep'their bristles; the teeth in our combs-do
nof snap off. 'V. '; ;
When vou buy our toilet requisites you get the
best ana will always do your drug business here.

"V"v ; G. Parrish; Prop.
"WE' TAKE CARE"

The Servant
Question
has no ;terro'r3 for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE and a
WATER HEATER. The
cooking, and cleaning on
I .
Long Hot Days
- are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM HELP YOU
Keep your rane clean.
A dirty gas range will
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Automobiles carried.
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Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
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TE1PLE HEATH

Thought for the Day
; Love is the purification of the heart'
from .self; it strengthens and ennobles;
! the character, gives higher motive

j ; and nobler aim to every action of Jife,

and makes both man and woman

ELIZABETH LYTCII

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LITTLE STRAW WIFE Three reel Essanay Drama.

A ST(Jl)Y IN T R AM PS Vita gr a ph Corned y.

ADMISSION From "3:10 to 10:30, 3 and 10 cents

strong, noble and courageous. Miss
j Jedsbury.

The infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mason Tison is quite ill.

II. A. Alfred of Tort Ing

The Laurinsburg (N. C.) Exchange

contained the .following tribute to
Elizabeth Lytch, the little grandaugh grandaugh-ter
ter grandaugh-ter of Mr. J. S. Sistrunk of Mont Mont-i
i Mont-i brook and niece of Messrs. S. T. and
II. C. Sistrunk of this city:
A pure white bud was gladdening
i all with its beauty of form and frag frag--
- frag-- ranee, making its possession a won won-:
: won-: derful delight, when God looked down

lis upon it with eyes of far seeing love,

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leave about the first of July for and to the angels he said, "I will pluck
gstown, O., to join Mrs. Alfred the budnd take it to my breast .est

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for a visit at the home of their son-j a hint of storm or blight should nwr
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. its Perfect beauty," and calling the
W. Hendricks. Mr. Alfred goes espe-' K"m angel called Death, he baae
cially to make the acquaintance of his him bring this flower tx him, and

four months old grandson. Master; .1

angel messenger, areaaea Dy au ana

Robert Thompson Hendricks.

A meeting of the alumni association

ofttimes God's messenger of love,
bent in tenderest pity and bore the

of the Ocala high school will be held! bud away. So passed little Elizabeth

next Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock
at the court house. All who are eligi eligible
ble eligible to membership are urged to be
present.

Lytch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McN.

Lytch, on Wednesday, June 2nd, after
an illness of three weeks. Nearing
her fifth birthday, which would have
been the 15th of August, she was un unusually
usually unusually bright and one of God's trust trusting
ing trusting little ones, devoted to Sunday
school and a faithful little Sunbeam in

Mrs. W. G. Mason with her three
children, Lillie, Joe and Ruth, expect
to leave Wednesdav for a visit of a

few days with Dr.. Mason's sister, her society of that name.

Mrs. Mover, of Arcadia. Mrs. Mason

ihn rfiildrpn will l.itpr fo to visit hands together

WELL PERFORMED

,' Whether it is for complete plumb plumbing
ing plumbing Work for a new hou.so or a small
repair job, any service we perform
large. or small -received th. same
careful attention and skillfni handling
We ;havt tht experience, the knowl knowledge
edge knowledge and. the facilities to do any job

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her sister in Plant City,
brother in Ocala before
home. Tribune.

and her
returning

Often she would clasp, her little

and with uplifted

Mrs. W.B. Young, a prominent and
influential member of the .Florida
Federation, who is well known to

many Ucala club women, nas return

ed to her home in

eyes make her loving prayer to God,
who was very real to her, and often
the twenty-third Psalm was repeated
with all reverence.
Just a few days before her death,
her last conscious act was to stretch
out her little arms to her mother and
clasping her around her neck kissed

Jacksonville fromjner aain and aain as if she were

an extended trip through the west.
Judge Young accompanied his wife
and .they visited all places of interest

saying good-bye,

Dark .indeed have the hours been

since then to that mother, who, with

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Tickets Sold July

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STEEL SLEEPERS OBSERVATION CARS
For Tickets and Reservations call on
M. R, WILLIAMS, J. G. KIRKLAND,
. ; ; Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla. D. P. A.,-Tampa, Fla.

along tfte-Pacific seaboard as well asjthe "ther, grieves so for her, but
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points of interest en route. iOV? wi lei ner dui-

iei ine wona s sorrows ana cares

Mrs. Wr. L. Armour and son of Pan Pan-asoffkee
asoffkee Pan-asoffkee are guests of .her parents,
Mr. aiid Mrs. J. A. Walters.
Miss Georgia Borger has been elect elected
ed elected a member of the Hillsborough
high school faculty. She is instruc instructor
tor instructor in botany aricl agriculture.
Mr. and Mrs. Paulburand leave on
the first "of July for Mrs. Durand's
former home in Pennsylvania, where

they will visit during the remainder
of the summer.
Mrs. W. M. Gober and two children
left today for Commerce, Ga., to spend
the summer visiting relatives.
"'
Miss Maude-Alexander of Brooks Brooks-ville
ville Brooks-ville is in Jacksonville visiting Miss
Grace Hatchell, a former Ocala girl.
- Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Blitch, after
spending several days pleasantly in
Green Cove Springs, the guests of
Mr. Blitch's parents,. Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Blitch, have returned to their home
in Springfield. Metropolis.

which come to all, and loving her so,
her took her "Safe in the Arms of
Jesus," where she will await her dear
ones.
The pure white casket in which she
lay a vision of peace and beauty, was
surrounded with quantities of exquis exquisite
ite exquisite flowers, the gifts of many friends,
two designs being especially lovely
Tind significant, a star and anchor of
pure white swet peas, from the little

Sunbeam society and her kindergar

ten school.
The pallbearers were those that
loved her dearly, her uncles, Messrs.
Ed, Angus, Albert and Clarence
Lytch.
Her pastor, Rev. James Long of the
First Baptist church, made a beautiful
and tender talk, followed by prayer
from Rev. Dr. J. M. Rose of the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church. She was Jaid to rest
in the Lytch graveyard under a bank
of lovely flowers, emblems of her
spotless and beautiful life.

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CAKES

CARTER'S DELICIOUS

We are now arranging for the manu manufacture
facture manufacture of a specially fine grade of CAKES,
conveniently put up for the consumer who
does not care for a whole cake. Each cake
will be packed in a high quality waxed
paper with a substantial paste board in inside,
side, inside, making the package practically air
tigh. Each package will contain not less
than eight ounces, and the retail price will be TEN CENTS
EACH. These cakes will be flavored with the most popular
fl.avors used in home cooking, such as Vanilla, Chocolate,
spices, etc., and will contain only the highest grade of Sugar.
Butter and other ingredients necessary to their manufacture.
This will enable you to have your cake fresh from the oven
everyday. "CARTER'S DELICIOUS" cake is. strictly a
home product, and with the trade-at-home spirit that now
prevails every community it will be just what the Ocala pub public
lic public has been looking for. Watch for further annouueements.
Sold by all the leading grocers.

CARTERS

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AR. Savannah 12:2. I'M.
AR. Columbia 4:30 I'M.
- Tickets on sale July 2nd and trains arriving in

noao. July 3rd. Limited July 14, 1915.
TICKETS GOOD ON ALL REGULAR TRAINS GOING OR RETURNING
Local Sleeper to Columbia on Train No. 4, July 3rd
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Miss Julia Webb, superintendent

the department of "Purity in Litera-
ture aid Art" of the Kendrick W. C.
T. U., assisted by Mrs. M. G. Davis
as pianist, leaves today for Micanopy,
where they will give a demonstration
of that department this evening for
the district W. C. T. U. convention in
session there. They will be accom accompanied
panied accompanied by. the following young people
who take part in this beautiful dem demonstration:
onstration: demonstration: Misses Angie Guthrey,
Amanda and Ruby Spencer, Wanita
and Azilee Lyles, Lillian and Mildred
Livingston, Masters Clinton Living Livingston,
ston, Livingston, Hadley Shaw and Misses Marie
and Majorie Burnett of Ocala.
Miss Byrd Wartmann is spending a
few days as the guest of Mrs. II. II.
Wrhitworth at Hiawatha Lake farm.

Mrs. George Davis and little daugh

ter, v lrginia, left today for a visit
to Mr. and Mrs. Seibert Davis in

Gainesville.

Mrs. W. V. Stripling and daughter,
Miss Ellen, are home from a visit to

friends in DeLand.

Mrs. H. E. Schoeflin and daughter
are guests of Mrs. P. V. Leavengood,

at her home on Sanchez street.

Mrs. H. W. Raxvls and children leave

in a few days for Rock Mount, N. C

where they will spend the summer.

mr. nawis win accompany them as

far as Jacksonville.

For nearly five years this dear little
girl
Was an earthly sunbeam bright:
But now she has entered through the
gates of nearl.

j Where she shines in eternal light,
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Although she was spared but a few
short years.

Her "mission was not in vain;
nd we know, though it causes us
bitter tears,
That our loss is only her gain.

In S. S. S. You Get a Twist on Rheumatism that Settles It.

"Many a rheumatic sufferer has been to
the drug store for a bottle of S. ?.". n.nl
. been handed something claimed to Le
"Just aa good." Truly, to ask for bread
and be given a stone is still m practice.
If you. are troubled with rheuiratism in
any form be sure to use S. t. fcC and note
its wonderful influence.
S. S. S. ha3 the peculiar action .of soak soaking
ing soaking through the intestines directly- into
the blood. In five minutes its influence is
at work irt every artory, vein and tiny
capillary.' Every membrane, every ortjan
of the body, every emunc tory becomes in
effect p. filter to strain-the bhiod of im impurities.
purities. impurities. The stimulating proiertieis of S.
8. S. compel 'the skin, liver, bowels, kid kidneys,
neys, kidneys, bladder to all wirk to the one. .end
. of casting out eve'fy irritating, every pain,
inflicting atom of-poh;oni. it dislodges by
irrigation all accumulations in the joints,
causes acid accretions to dissolve, renders

them rieutrnl and scatters those peculiar
formations in the' nerve centers that
cause such mystifying and often baffling
rheumatic pains.
And best of all thi.r remarkable remedy
is welcome to the weakest stomach. If
you have dragged yourself until your
stomach is nearly paralyzed, you will bo
astonished to find that S. S. S. gives no
sensation but goes right to work. This is
because it is a pure vegetable infusion, is
taken naturally into your blood just as
pure air is. inhaled naturally into your
lungs.
Get a bottle of S. S. S. today, and ask
fur S. S- S.
You may depend upon it that the store
that selli you what you ask for a gooI
place .to trade. Write to the Swift
Specific Co., 2i)4 Swift Bldg., Atlanta. Ga.,
for their Book Kheumatism.

T love thee, Lord Jesus," she often
sang,
"And a sunbeam for Him I will be."
'The Lord is my shepherd," her sweet
voice rang.

'Thy rod and thy staff they are com-

iort to me."

Beloved of her friends, the pet of her

home.

We wonder why she should t?o:

Her face was fair and her countenance

shone
With the light of an innocent glow.
But sorrowing hearts look up through
tears.
And trustingly say, "It is best;"
For we know that Elizabeth in the
coming years
Is safe with her Savior at rest.
She heard the voice of the Shepherd,
saying:
"Elizabeth, come home, I need
thee,"
And sweetly she answered, these
words obeying:
"Let the little ones come untome."

ntory. now iiuo.-s mis
lie luodiK t-l another

spread U before her.
"1 hereby aj:rif to sell, nsslirn and
transfer the business conducted under
the name of KlizaU th Sawyer to Ed
ward Jones for the suui of
Again he laughed and shook ber
head.
"You see I left the amount blank.
he insinuated
That's the only amouut I'd accept
tt present." decidd the womnu. She
passed her baud for a luotueut over
ber eyes. "You see, Mr. Jones. I've
given so much to make my business a
success."
To make her business a success! June
Warner glowed with the mere hearing
of the words. She feit more encouraged
in this room than he" had anywhere
since she had taken her own Impulsive
ttp toward independence.
A tall, good looking man. came Into
the room, the man of the picture on
the desk. Mrs. Sawyer's hand had
been pressed over her eyes. At the en en-tiance
tiance en-tiance of her husband she sprang up.
wlftran exclamation of pleasure, her
face glowing, nnd turned to him.
The poor little runaway bride
glanced hastily out of the window, and
the tears sprang into her eys. How
she longed for Ned! Dear Ned!
Dear Ned wns in a small, dim room,
I'ghted by one high window, across
which were June's father nnd mother
and Dobble and Irbs lilethering. and
standing in tLe corner, with his back to
the wall, was the w;de featured ScattL

Ned Warner conf.r.nted Scattl.

"Y'ou're the man; I want to see you
he declared, his viee trembling with
suppressed fury, "Now. I want some
Information. ;irid I'm going to have it!"
Scattl leind eni fort ably into the
corner.
"Will yH sjtr!k.or won't your
"Hold on. Ned!" Hobble Iiletherin?
had caught tint muscular arm as It
was tensely drawn back. "Ix't me trj

this fellow." And little Ib'bbie took

the lead with easy assurance. "Now.
ee here. o!l man." he said, "you like
money, don't you V"
A jrleani in the liM'e narrow oyev
"Now, sup'iose we start bid ling."
went on Hobby, pleased with hU prog

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L. Colbert, Tar-Collector, in Ac Account
count Account with Marion County,
June 1st, 1915

To levy and extra levy,

Mac Kay.
County proper filnd
By treasurer's receipts....
To balance
Fine and forfeiture fund...
By treasurer's receipts....
To balance

County school fund

Misses Victoria and Lola Raysor are By treasurer's receipts .

in town today from there home at
Lowell.

Miss Annie Lester Patterson, who is
the lovely, young1 guest of her aunt,
Mrs. Walter Hood, expects to go to
Sunny Slope farm at Cotton Plant to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow to visit the family of Mr.
Newcomb Barco.
Miss Dora Pelot, a former Ocala
girl, arrived yesterday from. Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to visit her aunts, Mrs. P. W".
Whiteside and Miss Josie Wrilliams,
for a few weeks, before returning to
her home at Owens.
Miss Ottie Gray of Starke, a for former
mer former attractive visitor to Ocala, is
visiting friends in Gainesville and be being
ing being delightfully entertained.

Mclver and

$10,572.30
8,416.17
2,156.19
3,524.11
2,805.38
718.73
35,241.17
28,053.80
7,187.31
3,143.00
1,878.00

1,265.00

To balance

PoU taxes

By treasurer s receipts
To balance

County road fund 31,717.06

By treasurer's receipts 25,248.65

To balance- 6,468.41

Building fund 7,052.24

uy treasurers receipts ... 0,014. 10
To balance 1,437.49
Special indebtedness fund. 21,144.70

Cuttenn It taiitalizingly lfore t:n t:n-gleamlns
gleamlns t:n-gleamlns eves.
Seattl Kbifted uneasily In his eorner.
"For CJd's snke. man. rau't you
talk'" said stem John Moore. "You
"know" where my daughter Is."
Seattl's lines twilled and twitched,
and he lowered tils eyes. They all
gathered close 10 him.

.CHAPTER II.

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N the bare little room n -stairs
stood tle well gloomed Orio
Cunningham, twirling hU white
mustache nd eountiu soue

money into the baud of dumpy Mrs
Waters. (JUbort Blye. stood by. bis
black eyes glowing. He stroked his
black Vandyke with his long, lean
white fingers, and he smiled a suave
emile as Mrs. Waters, tying the money
In a corner of her apron, pointed to
the bundle of pants lu the corner: then
she moved the narrow washstand from
In front of a dor nnd Inserted a key

In the lock. She threw onen the door.

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By treasurer's re'eeipts

To balance
Sub-schools
By treasurer's receipts
To balance
Sub-road district No. 1.
By treasurer's receipts
To balance

16,832.30

4,312.40
26,135.27
10,653.04
15,482.23
1,316.75
920.52
396.23

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Total balance $39,423.99
November and December discount
included above.
I certify that the foregoing is a
true statement of the tax collector's
account with Marion county as it ap appears
pears appears on my books, June 1st, 1915.
(Seal) P. II. Nugent,
County Auditor.

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Mrs. Waters. Tied the Money In a Cor Corner
ner Corner of Her Apron.
ress. lie extracted a bng black pocket pocket-book
book pocket-book from somewhere liwside and open
ed it and Cuttered the canary and or

aiige colored bills aud the pale green

ones.

"Say $50. say J100, for Just a bit of

conversation," soothingly remarked
Bobble and seoarated tbat amount.

closed it

Gilbert Blye.
Gilbert Rlye slipped the key In his
pocket and drew forth a tiny gold
watch. Mrs. Waters, standing beside
him, saw In the 1M the portrait of love lovely
ly lovely June Warner. She looked up at the

dark, handsome fellow and smiled sig significantly
nificantly significantly and touched the ring finger
of her left hand and noUed her be'ad
in kee"n self approbation. Then she
patted the little wad which was knot knotted
ted knotted In the corner of her apron.. Gilbert
Blye smiled his suave smile and went
into the hall, where he telephoned to a
vivacious brunette lu her ornately dec decorated
orated decorated rooms and then to a man with
thick lidded eyes and a round bead, on
which the short hair bristled.
In the office of Ciizabeth h'awyer the
tall, good looking man sat down,' with

'a smile. Neither he nor his wife no

ticed or thought of the quiet little fig figure
ure figure In the corner.
"Well. Betty, what can I do for you?
asked Sawyer cordially.
"Loan ine some money. Harry."
"I'd rather give It to you, he saM.
-I couldn't think of It Mrs. Sawyer
reached in her desk for a block of note
blanks. "I shall need $5.0u0 if you can
spare it-
-Certainly,"
They both wrote at oDce. sitting side
by side at the desk, be a checkto his
wife and she a thirty day note to ber
husltand
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A RESTFUL LAKE RIDE

Travel to be enjoyable raust v be
restful, and at this season of the year
whether your trip takes you east or
west break the .monotony, either at
Cleveland or Buffalo,, by a refreshing
night's trip acros3 Lake Erie' on a
veritable floating hotel.- C. & B.
Line steamers leave either city every
evening and arrive early next morn morning.
ing. morning. The fame of the great ship Seeand Seeand-bee
bee Seeand-bee is attracting to the route a vast
number of travelers to enjoy the de delightful
lightful delightful lake ride. It is the largest
and most costly passenger' steamer on
inland waters of the world and equals
in sleeping capacity the largest ho hotel.?
tel.? hotel.? of the country.
The fares for this lake trip are'
less than by rail, and also railroad
tickets reading between Cleveland and
Buffalo are accepted" for transporta transportation
tion transportation on all C. &. B. lane steamers."

Nyal's White Liniment. Use it for
aches and pains, brui?es and sprains.
Sold by Annex Drug Store. IG-tf

ATTENTION
GROWERS
We are prepared to attend
to your wants for harvesting
your-cfops at re a s o n a b I e
prices.
"ENTERPRISE" Canning OcUp.
THREE SIZES
CARLOAD No. 1 and 2 Cass

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Tomato Wrappers & FrcirJar

IH ANY QUANTITY
Picking Baskets
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Woodmen meet Friday night.
Mr. William Preece is in Gainesville
today in the interest of the Metropol Metropolitan
itan Metropolitan Insurance Company, of which he
is district agent.
Prickly heat powder is the caper
for those aching, tired feet. Ask for
it at the Court Pharmacy. It's guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ct
-Mr. Nick Fort, who has been con confined
fined confined in the hospital for the past three
weeks, has recovered sufficiently to
return to his home at Moss Bluff.
SEE HI 15 FA KM on the Silver
Springs
road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf jles, milk and eggs, tf
The entertainment committee of the
W. O. W. have been advised that Mr.
C. H. Dame will accept the invitation
to be one of the orators at the un unveiling
veiling unveiling ceremonies which wilK take
place on July, 4th. This will be an
added feature of the program, as Mr.
Dame is a forceful speaker. Orlando
Reporter-Star.
W. K. Lane, M. T., Thyslcian and
Surgeon, specfrUist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building
Ocala, Fla.
Mr. W. B. Herring of Plant City is
in the city today, having just return returned
ed returned from Lake Weir, where he has
locate1 his family for the summer in
one of the-Belleaire cottages. Mr.
Herring expects to spend several
days, of each week there himself.
; VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from ourT6wn farm, daily. Open nignt
l and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
Announcement -is made of the asso association
ciation association with Alonzo McMullen in the
practice of law of Raleigh Petteway,
recently graduated from law school.
The firm's offices are l6cated in the
Petteway building. Mr. Petteway has
just returned jirom Ocala, where he
went on legal business. Tampa
Times. ",

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The Season s Offering in Sporting Headwesr,
a new line in
Snappy White Felts and Catchy Styles
in Hemps and Panamas
at Surprisingly low.prices.' Come while they last.
Affleck Millinery Parlor
HELVENSTON'S

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CLYDE LINE

Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOD ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIM IT OCTOBER 31st.
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. WENZEL Florida passenger agent
- Ticket Office, Pier I, Foot of Liberty Street.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

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June 2 S3
June 3 02
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June 10 95
June 11 92
June it? 94
June 13 92
June 14 93
June 15 93
June 16 . ....... .88
June 17 87
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June 19 94
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June 21
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Local Forecast
Partly cloudy tonight and Thurs-
day.

The Temple program tonight in-j Mcintosh for a few days putting in
eludes the Pathe News, the "Little j several bath room outfits.
Straw Wife," a three-reel Easanayj
drama, and "A Study in Trumps," a! "Carter's Delicious" slice cake is
Vitagraph comedy. The chapter of gold by all the ead;ng groCers. Ask
"Exploits of Elaine" last night was,for it Eight ounce3 for 10c. tf
particularly thrilling, and everybody j
thought for awhile that old Catching, If he says anything about "sweet
Hand had his victims where he want- j things" just answer f'Norris." He'll
ed them. Its about time for Elaine ..to jjow what you mean and he also
kill another, villain, and perhaps she ; jws that the Court Pharmacy is
will next Tuesday night. j the only place in Ocala that sells it. Ct
Contractor W. C. Blanchard crated! Houses for rent on Daugherty
for shipment today to the Metcalf street, all modern conveniences. Ap
Dru-g Store at DunnelIon the-fountainjply to G Gates at Gates' Gar-

owned "by the Munroe & Chambliss
National Bank, put in some time ago
by the Anderson Drug Company.
Marriage license was issued yester-day-"afternoon
to Mr. Oral C. Stooks
and Miss Annie Mae Me White, both!
of 'Montbrook, Levy county. We have
not learned when the wedding is to
take place.
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Taken Here
We take orders by telephone.
This is done to save yon time
and trouble.
Now, you natnrally wouldn't
order by phone if yon didn't
get good cuts and fair weight.
When we invite you to order
by wire we therefore intend to
give you first class, prompt
service.

inshiX HAS JOINED

THE GREAT MAJOKl'fV
Mr.
C.'E. Winston, the traveling;
! man who has a pretty bungalow home"1.
son South Eighth street, has joined the f
one to cover ms territory wun.

ine istar is miormeu inai me naa- jr Canova
place at South Lake Weir hasjnome there.

been sold to a gentleman from Penn
Hylvania. It is one cf the prettiest f
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worth ?CU,0C0. Mr. Haskell died .some
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year? ago, but Mrs. Haskell and ho r
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daughter have made it their winter
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home.
FOR SALE Rountree wardrobe
trunk for traveling purposes; abso absolutely
lutely absolutely new; will sell at a bargain. P.
SO. Box 491 or 'phone 517, cit". 23-Ct
"Carter's Delicious" slice
cake is
made clean, sold clean and delivered
clean. Ask your grocer for Carter's
cake. tf
The Affleck Millinary Parlor is pre prepared
pared prepared to meet j'our demand for any anything
thing anything dainty and artistic in midsum midsummer
mer midsummer creations. Mrs. Allegood will be
- out for vacation by July 1st. Let us
have your order at once. 23-4t
Board of Trade meets Thursday
night.
Mr. Paul Durand the plumber Is in
15-tf
Call and see the weekly war pic pictures.1
tures.1 pictures.1 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 3r boxes.
Pure and de
licious. 26-lm
For plumbing and electrical work
see II. W Tucker. Phone 3u0 i
Use NyaPs family remedies. All
goad good for all. Sold by Annex
Drug Store. 16-tf
The kind of candy she likes is Nor Nor-ris!
ris! Nor-ris! The Court Pharmacy sells it in
half and full pound packages. None
better Ct
FOR SALE
One pure bred Jersey heifer giving
20 pounds of milk daily; one three three-quarters
quarters three-quarters Jersey and one-quarter
Shorthorn heifer, giving 25 pounds of
milk daily. Both have first calfs
now ten days old; gentle and in fine
condition. E. C. Beuchler, Anthony,
Fla. G-19-eod-4t
NOTICE
Bids will be received at the meet
ing of the county commissioners July
Oth, pn making copies of plats in ac
cordance with specifications on file in
clerk's office.
W. D. Carn, Chairman.
P. H. Nugent, Clerk. 21-13t
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 massaging the back with Cham
berlain's Liniment two or three times
a day. Try it. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
OCALA- SEED STORE
A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
Short?, Hay and Molasses feeds. Gotf
Whooping Cough
"When my. daughter had whooping
cough she couehed 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.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbwc at Johnny s, ti
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 wa3 so -severe
that I was not able to go to th3
case for two days. Failing 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 H. C. Bailey, editor Carolina
News, Chapin, S. C. Obtainable everywhere-
Adv.
Pabst Blue Eiblcn Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
How Mrs. Harrod Got Rid ofIr
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 pon in the stomach,"
writes Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort
Wayne, Ind. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.

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Goodyear of Lakeland,
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has gone to Kingsley Lake, near
j Knoxville, Term., to visit her father,
at his summer
Mes.r?. Preston Manting and Ed-
'ward Hensen, who have been spend-
f . . Ti.
ing six months at Crystal River, were
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guests yesterday of friends. They left
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on the earlv train today for their
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nome at iionana, ncn.
Mi?s Lillie Bailey has returned
frora a delightful visit to Misses Hel Helen
en Helen and Lucile Park at Crystal River.
With her hostesses she enjoyed sev several
eral several trips to the gulf while away.
Mrs. W. P. Edwards, who has been
spending some time with her sister,
Mrs. Homer Agnew, west of town, is
planning to go to Orlando about the
first for an extended visit to friends.
Miss Mamie Gross has concluded
her visit to her sister in Fort Worth,
Texas, and is now the guest of rela relatives
tives relatives at Frederick, Okla. She will re return
turn return homexabout the middle of July.
Miss Martha Blakeney is expected
next week from Little Rock, Ark., to
visit her aunt, Mrs. J. M. Gross.
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Miss Densler, instructor of music
at Columbia College, Lake City, who
has been a member of the house party
at Blitchton given by Miss Legie and
Messrs. Landisand Loonis Blitch, has
returned to her home at Newberry.
She was accompanied by Miss Helen
Wilkinson and Mr. R. L. Wilkinson of
St. Petersburg and Miss Emma Ekly
of Bay Lake, who were also members
of the house party.
Messrs. Bernard Koonce and La La-Grange
Grange La-Grange Sistrunk left this afternoon
for Lake Weir to spend several days
camping. "Wechuseit" is the placard
that will designate their tent.
En route to Ocala last night in his
Ford Judge J. C B. Koonce of Bushr
nell hit a'log' south of Santos which
he mistook for a shadow. Though
quickly repaired this morning, the car
had to be left last night by the way
side and Judge Koonce was"" compelled
to continue his journey on foot.
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Mr. and Mrs. Calvin WTest have as
their guests Mr. West's father, Mr. J.
C. West, and wife, and his brother,
Mr. W W. West, of Nashville, Tenn
Mr. and Mrs. J. C West are recently
married and are in Florida on their
bridal trip.
Mr?. A. J. Brigance of Micanopy
visited her Ocala friends yesterday.
FOR RENT
5-room cottage, corner of Watufa
and South Second St. Screened and
fitted with all modern conveniences.
Garage on premises. Phone 278, or
apply to Mrs. George J. Blitch.l8-Ct.
NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT
If you. want, to purchase a new au
tomobile on easy payments, get the
information by addressing Box 164,
cala, Fla. C-19-12t
Mclver & MacKay
Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
D. E. McIVtU and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
1I V.'crk Done by Licensed Embal Embal-iwfri
iwfri Embal-iwfri and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES
D. E. McIVER
C. V. ROBERTS
UNDERTAKING
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OFFICE
Ocfflsnfons Future
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The expectant
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derstaud by destiny.
And It is Of the utmost
Importance that her
physical comfort bo
our first thought There
Is a most splendid rem remedy
edy remedy for this purpose,
knoM-n as "Mother
Friend." It ia applied
over the nmcles of the
stomach, ccntlr rubbed
in, and at onco penetrates to relieve all
drain, en nerve, conl, ligaments and all
j arts involved. It males the muscles so
p'iar.t tluit tLcy expand naturally. And at
the same time tiny are invigorated by the
thsence of harassing pains so apt td distress
tLe mind. ."Whatever will. add to the comfort
cf tie expectant mot!er is a great and help helpful
ful helpful iafuence since a calm .and peaceful period
must have a wonderfully tencfkia impress
i:pon the crmin? cliiJJ. Cct a bottle of
Mother's Friend" of any druggist and you
vrin realize why so many women declare It
to -e the mot helpful remedy they know of.
Write today to Dradfield Regulator Ca, 402
Lamar Eld? Atlanta, Ca for a splendid
rmok of great interest and value to every ex expectant
pectant expectant mother.

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HOME PLACE HOTEL,
6RANGE SPRINGS, FLA

The place to spend your vacation
for health, rest and pleasure. "White
sulphur water and fine bathing. Miss
Jennie Carter, Orange Springs, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. wed-2t
TOE JOHN DOZIER CO.
It will be to the interest of the
merchants to get our prices on Flour,
Grits, Meal, Hay and Grain before
purchasing elsewhere. 0-18-tf
LAKE WEIR
Lake Weir, June 22. Mrs. J. D.
Rooney and two, children with Mrs.
Annie Tweedy and Mr. Cleghorn of
Ocala, spent the past week with Mrs.
R. L. Martin.
Misses Eloise and Catharine Henry
will leave in. two weeks to spend the
summer at the former home of their
mother in Hot Springs, Va.
Mr. Edward Camp has loaded "four
cars of fine watermelons the past
week at Oklawaha station and will
load several more the coming week.
Mr. Joe Yongue has loaded one car
with more to follow soon.
Mr. W. B. Herring, president of the
First National Bank of Plant City.
has rented Blain cottage for the sum
mer and will move his family here
the coming week.
A new tie camp has located at
Lake Weir station. There are about
50 men employed under the "manage "management
ment "management of Mr. Tatum, who will soon
move his family to that point.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Charles with Mr.
and Mrs. L. II. Pillans and two lit4le
daughters of Ocala, are occupying
Shady Nookone of Mrs. H. W. Hen Henry's,
ry's, Henry's, cottages for a few weeks.
Mr, and Mrs. James Nelson and two
children of Ocala have leased the :
Carson cottage for the summer.
Mr. Hamp Chambers has 1 leased
Mrs. Clements cottage -for the sum summer
mer summer and has moved his family with
Mrs. Chambers mother, Mrs.Blocher
from the tents 1 they were using into
the cottage, where it. wilLbe more
comfortable during the rainy, season.
Mrs. II. W. Henry, Jr. gave a de delightful
lightful delightful going' away luncheon for Mrs.
Kate Clements last. Monday, Among
the fortunate ones present-were Mrs.
R. L. Martin, Mrs. D. E. Mclver, Mrs.
J. B. Martin and Mrs. 11. W. Henry,
Sr. Mrs. Clements w.as the recipient
of quite a number of beautiful pres presents,
ents, presents, which will ie very useful on her
trip west. "
" Little Frances Mclver celebrated
her eighth birthday Monday by giv giving
ing giving a tea 'party to her little friends
on the lake.
Mr. Eugene Connor is spending his
two weeks vacation very pleasantly
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.' C. E.
Connor.
The many friends of Mrs. John T.
Lewis, Sr. are grieved to learn she is
still quite ill in the sanitarium in
Jacksonville, but hope for her speedy
recovery, as she is greatly missed by
a wide circle of friends and neighbors.
Mrs. II. W. Henry has just com completed
pleted completed the painting and repairing of
her cottage Shady Nook. She also has
added two rooms and porch which
makes it much more desirable for a
summer sojouml
AS A NUTRITIVE TONIC
One that contains the proper amount
of hypo phosphites of iron, quinine and
strychnine, as a good tonic and for
the upbuilding of all forms of gen general
eral general debility, ORION IIYFOPIIOS IIYFOPIIOS-PHITES
PHITES IIYFOPIIOS-PHITES COMPOUND has no equal.
Three ounces25c.; full pint $1. Dis Distributed
tributed Distributed by Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. 22-Ct
AN OCALA MAN
Tells of a Hard Time in His Life
This Ocala business man's willing willingness
ness willingness o tell about his experience with
Doan's Kidney Pills,, shows his faith
in them. He has always had quick
relief and his experience furnishes a
good reason for everyone in Ocala
who is similarly afflicted to at least
try Doan's Kidney Pills. Does his
statement interest you?
T. M. Shaw, prop.. Palmetto Ho Hotel,
tel, Hotel, 608 aiagnolia St., Ocala. says:
"My kidneys have long been my one
weak spot and whenever I caught
cold or over worked, It made me
miserable. Besides I had dull ache
In my back and I didn't seem to
have any ambition to do my work.
The kidney secretions were also un unnatural.
natural. unnatural. Doan's Kidney Pills have
always put me In good shape after
short use."
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pill3 the same
that Mr. Shaw had.- Foster-Milburn
Co, Props, Buffalo, N. Y. 12
"CARTERCAKES"
Always on the lookout to give peo people
ple people just what they want in the bak bakery
ery bakery line, Mr. T. C. Carter, proprietor
of Carter's Bakery, has installed the
necessary machinery and appliances
for turning out cake by a new pro process
cess process which enables him tc sell a high
class product at a reasonable price.
In order that the same consumer may
have the same advantage as the larg larger
er larger concerns he is packing this product
in half-pound package?, wrapped in
sanitary waxed paper, at ten cents
each. Read his announcement in an another
other another column of today's paper. The
Star's bookkeeper can testify that the
Carter product has no superior.
(Samples have been tested.)
FOR RENT Eight room residence
on Oklawaha, two blocks east of A. C.
L railroad; all modern conveniences;
house in good repair; can give imme
diate possession. Rent reasonable.
Apply to Mrs. O. T. Green, telephone
No. S83. 21-Ct

VITAL
Disease genn3 are on every
dijresti

we breathe. A system run down" is a prey lor them, un e t
must have vital force to Withstand them. Vital force depends I

on on whether cr net food nourishes on tht A

quality of blood coursing' through -the body.
Golden Medical EDIscovery
Strengthens the weak stomach. Gives good digestior. Enlivens the
sluggish liver. Feeds the starved nerves. Again full hea.th r-r.d ftrtnrth
return. A general upbuilding enables the heart to pomp like an engine
running in oiL The vital force is once mora established to full power.

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I Drugsiat3ortrialboxfor50cbymad. Wri te Dr. V.IL Pierce, u,N.1.

Dr.IlrcSKreat 1008pfreaMe!!ea1 AdTlser.

Now is the time

self for the Canning Year, which
may be a hard one. A few weeks onIy left to
can your own Fruits and vegetables that are going
to waste.

We can furnish you with Canning Outfits as
follows: . v
SIzcB Farm Canners-l-.S 6.00
Size BB Farm Canncrs... 8.00
No. 30 El Flo Canncrs 12.00
We also have the cans, both No. 2 and No. 3
with Solder Hemmed Caps.
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You know it would be fine to have fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables and Fruit all the year round, whicb is the
case with the Canning process.

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the deal for that real estate has been dosed and tie on'y thinj
yet to do is to see if the title U good. Marion county ha i it 1C0
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of misctllanoi rec records,
ords, records, or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these is
the record history of that title;
some searching and checking before the abstract man krow
that he has got it alL
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN. HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.

florid a title and abstract corporation

17ARCT SUMMER
Is a Regular "Bonanza" for Insects.
They thriVe arid breed like "wildfire No mat matter
ter matter if your house is screened. Roaches, Moths, Flies
"and Mosquitoes will get in. Thtse filthy carriers of
discomfort and disease will givt- you trouble unless
you combat them. Don't give em a chance USE
FEN OLE, that cleanly spray, that peerless house household
hold household disinfectant and insect destroyer.
FENOLE
Is sold in Ocala by
Mclver & Mackay, Q. K. Tea Pot Grocery,
Tydings Drug Co., The Court Pharmacy,
Smith Grocery Co., OIlie Mordis
EJARIOW-'EHAOBUARE G. -v.
WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF FES OLE PHODUCTS

OUR jE OS PiUESg 0g

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 nrs. Let c
have your custom we deserve it.

Ocala Ice.- z
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forty vears this great heal th-rc? ton rj
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