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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE

VOL.21. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE .25, 1915 NO. 149
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE 7

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LOSS OF LEMBERg IS BEIHG FOLLOWED 0? A BRIEF LULL
ALLIES GUESSING WHETHER TEUTONS WILL SHIFT THEIR FORCES WESTWARD OH CON-
' TiNUE THE ATTACK III THEiASF

London, June 25. The comparative
lull in the fighting after a fortnight
of feverish activity is enabling mili military
tary military observers on both sides to size
up the present situation and fortcast
future operations.
AUSTRO-GERMANS CANT SPARE
MEN FROM THE EAST
Petrograd claims the Russian de defensive
fensive defensive positions are so secure the
Austro-Germans cannot withdraw
many troops for use against Russia's
allies.
WILL HOLD ON TO WARSAW
The Russians assert their lines be before
fore before Warsaw are strong as ever.
Warsaw is apparently the Teutonic
objective.
Galicia and borders embrace the
present main field of activity. The
Russians are fighting hard to retain
the Galician territory that remains
after, the Teutonic victories at Lem Lem-berg
berg Lem-berg and beyond.
Desperate battles continue along
the Dniester where the Russians
claim the advantage.
ITALIANS B1AVE REPULSED THE
AUSTRIANS
The Italians claim to be advancing
against the Austrians along the Ison Ison-zo,
zo, Ison-zo, and have repulsed the Austrian at attacks
tacks attacks at seveial points.
DARDANELLES REPORT
ING DONE
NOTH-
Nothing new is reported from the
Dardanelles.
MOVE FORWARD ATMETZERAL
Latest Paris reports show French
progress only east of Metzeral in the
, Vosges.
GUESSING AT THE AUSTRO AUSTRO-GERMAN
GERMAN AUSTRO-GERMAN PLANS
The Austro-Germans are firmly es established
tablished established at Lemberg and have no
signs of ceasing their offensive. The
battle on the Dniester, south of Lem Lemberg,
berg, Lemberg, is not over, but according to
Berlin, General Linsingen has been
able to throw his forces across the
river, a fact which is 'taken in some
quarters to presage another Russian
defeat.
With Galicia all but cleared of Rus
sians, the weight of the Austro-Ger-
man forces released in that theater
must soon be felt somewhere, and
. the opinion is divided as to whether it
will be on the western frontier or in
Poland.' Some think the Germans will
launch another movement to take
Warsaw. This coincides with the be
lief that the Austro-Germans plan to
bater Russia more before turning
west. Again there ia a report that
troops from Galicia are en route
westward and that Germany plans a
fresh campaign along the Belgian
coast.
PUG AOTOIIOMY
FOR POLAND
PUTTING INTO EFFECT GRAND
DUKE NICHOLAS AUGUST
PROCLAMATION
(Associated Press)
Petrograd, June 25. The Russian
council of ministers today decided to
appoint a commission of six Russians
and six Poles to arrange the prelim preliminaries
inaries preliminaries necessary to making effective
autonomy for Poland, proclaimed by
Grand Duke Nicholas last August.
SI A RED TO HIS MANY SPOUSES
(Associated Press)
Berlin, June 25. -A Constantinople
dispatch today stated the condition of
Sultan Mohamed of Turkey, who was
operated -on recently, is satisfactory.

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G
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But Just a Little Bit Rusty in the
Mechanism was the Commission
Baseball Bunch
As the Star expected, the weather
clerk broke up the game between, the
Ocala team and the commission men
at Hunter Park yesterday afternoon.
Before the deluge, however, five in innings
nings innings 'were played, and they were
more interesting than some full
games. The crowd considered it had
the worth of its money, and as the
farmers needed the ram there was
no particular kick coming, to anybody.
The score was two to one in favor
of Ocala. This is not to be wondered
at, as the home team is made up of
young and practiced men. The com commission
mission commission men, showed, however, that
they understood the game. Most of
them gave evidence of being fine
players when in training, and if they
had a few weeks of practice they
would be a hard crowd for any am
ateur team to handle.
Following is the game by innings:.
First Inning
Commission Men: Calloway singled
over first, L. Wilson struck out, Bow Bow-den
den Bow-den fouled out and Oglesby ended the
inning with a grounder to short.
Davis Was Caught at the Plate
Ocala: Harris died on a grounder
to pitcher, Batts singled, Davis reach reached
ed reached first on an error, Batts going to
third. Zewadski singled, scoring
Batts. Davis was caught at the plate
and Zewadski was called out going to
third.
Second Inning
Commission Men: G. Wilson was
out on a grounder to second; Mike
sent an easy roller to third and
Shannon struck out.
, Ocala: Dewey struck out. Chazal
died on a grounder to third. Ander Anderson
son Anderson reacjied first when the pitcher
TTOCARTy.
Zewadski Ran Away with the Bas.i
fumbled a grounder. Zewadski ran
for Anderson and stole second, third

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and home on errors. Clark walked
and Bullock struck out.
Third Inning
Commission Men: Coble fouled out
to Dewey, Elder died on a long fly to
Batts and Calloway went out on a
grounder to third.
Ocala: Harris flew out to center,
Batts reached first on short's error.
Davis died on a grounder to first and
Zewadski flew out to short.
Oglesby Sent the Ball on a Vacation
Fourth Inning
Commission Men: L. Wilson reach reached
ed reached first on an error. Bowden-was
safe on a4 fielder's choice, Wilson be.-4
ing forced at second. Bowden stole
second and scored when Oglesby
drove, a liner, to center .field for two
bases. G. Wilson struck out. and
Mike died on a foul.
Ocala: Dewey struck out, Chazal
singled, Anderson reached first on an
error. Clark was hit by a pitched
ball, Bullock drove a hot one at third
who caught it and ran over to third,
catching Chazal off the bag.
Fifth Inning
Commission Men: Shannon singled
and was out stealing second. Coble
struck out and Elder died on a
grounder to Anderson. At this point,
rain broke up the game.
The game caused an immense
amount of fun, and everybody appre appreciates
ciates appreciates the public spirit of the com commission
mission commission men in doing so much to help
furnish good sport.
S-rk T ToGARTY.
Mike Handed a Hot One on Third
With Micanopy this Afternoon
The Micanopy, team, which has
played some mighty good game3
in Alachua county and North Marion,
holding its own with Gainesville a
time or two, is expected over this
afternoon for a tussle with the home
team.
DIDN'T HOLD UP DERNDERG
London, June 15. The Norwegian
steamer Bergensf jord, together with
Dr. Bemhard Dernburg, was released
by the British authorities today, ac according
cording according to a statement tonight from
Kirkwall, Scotland, where she was
taken when seized.

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HIS VACATION
(Associated
Washington, June 25. The Zapata
forces defending Mexico City have en engaged
gaged engaged the attacking Carranza army
in a series of artillery duels, and de delayed
layed delayed its advance. No details are
contained in advices reaching here to today,
day, today, which were the first indications
that the Carranza advance would be
resisted.
PRESIDENT WILL SOON DECIDE
ON HIS POLICY
Washington, June 25. Communi Communication
cation Communication with Mexico City has been cut
off since June 18th, when the wires
were cut at Otumba. The foreign
chancellories interested in the Mexi Mexican
can Mexican situation have been given to un understand
derstand understand that the president will de determine
termine determine on some action in line with
his recent statement on Mexican af affairs
fairs affairs after he returns from Cornish.
OLD ELI'S SOUS
WERE AHEAD
YALE WON THE FIRST RACE IN
ANNUAL REGATTA AT
NEW LONDON TODAY
(Associated Press)
New London, Conn., June 25. The
Yale-Harbard annual regatta is being
held here today. Yale this morning
won the second varsity eight. The
freshman eight and the big varsity
eight races will be -rowed late this
afternoon.
STILL STANDING
GUARD AROUND SLATON
State Troops Yet Necessary for the
. Governor's Safety
(Associated Press)
Atlanta, June 25. Eighty militia militiamen
men militiamen are still on guard today at Gov Governor
ernor Governor Slaton's country estate. The
adjutant-general stated the guard
would be maintained until he thinks
all danger has passed, notwithstand notwithstanding
ing notwithstanding the fact that Gov. Slaton retires
from office tomorrow.
PRESIDENT SEES NO
PROSPECT OF PEACE
New York, June 25. President
Wilson does not see any prospect of
early peace in Europe.
Colonel E. M. House, his unofficial
envoy to Europe, gave the president
yesterday the results of his sojourn of
several months in European capitals
where he talked intimately with re responsible
sponsible responsible officials. The colonel also
discussed current public terms. The
public opinion is that some belliger belligerent
ent belligerent countries are unprepared for any
peace terms.
If he says anything about "sweet
things" just answer "Norris.M Hell
know what you mean and he also
knows that the Court Pharmacy is
the only place in Ocala that sells it. 6t
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OF
BLEW UP A POSTOFFICE AND
ESCAPED AFTER A RUNNING
BATTLE
(Associated Press)
Mocksville, N. C, June 25. Rob Robbers
bers Robbers this morning dyamited the post post-office
office post-office safe here and escaped in an au automobile,
tomobile, automobile, after a running battle with
citizens. The amount of loot is un unknown.
known. unknown. A posse is searching for the
robbers.
FLORIDA RAILWAY
IS ABOUT TO GO INTO THE
HANDS OF A RECEIVER
( Associated Press)
NewYork, June 25. The appoint appointment
ment appointment of a receiver for the Florida
Railway Co. is sought in a bondhold bondholders'
ers' bondholders' suit filed in the federal court to today
day today by Carl J. Sauer of Elizabeth,N.
J., and others.- The other defendants
include the Florida Construction &
Realty Co., the Union Trust Co. of
Florida and the Live Oak & Gulf rail rail-way
way rail-way company.
TRYING TO WARP
i i THE TESTIMONY
Evident Prejudice Against Thaw of
the New York State Attorney
(Associated Press)
New York, June 25. Several resi residents
dents residents of Manchester, N. IL, today
testified in the Thaw trial that they
believed Thaw was sane; The state
counsel announced that they would
stage in the court moving pictures
that Thaw has posed for.
COUNSEL FOR BECKER MAY
APPEAL TO SUPREME COURT
(Associated Press)
New York, June 25. Charles
Becker's counsel today considered ap appealing
pealing appealing to the United States supreme
court to save Becker from execution
during the week "beginning July 12th
for the Rosenthal murder.
BAD NEGRO LEFT
A TRAIL OF BLOOD
(Associate J PreCT)
Birmingham, June 25. Syd Jones,
a negro who was hanged here, this
morning, left a note in his cell con confessing
fessing confessing to thirteen murders, two of
which were white people.
Use Nyal's family remedies. All
good good for all. Sold by Annex
Drug Store. lC-tf
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0F NEUTRAL
(Associated
Washington, June 25. United
States officials today are considering
in connection with the forthcoming
American note to England, concern concerning
ing concerning delays to neutral commence,
Great Britain's latest memorandum
on the subject published this morn morning.
ing. morning. The British note explains the
measures taken to minimize incon inconvenience
venience inconvenience to neutrals and claims that
Americans have no just grounds of
complaint. The United States will
renew its former protest against the
principles of the order in council.
THE BRITISH .NOTE
No attempts were made to answer
the principles asserted in the Amer American
ican American note of March 1st, protesting
against the order in council and in insisting
sisting insisting upon the rights of neutrals to
carry on a legitimate commerce with
each other, and to trade in non-contraband
with civilians in belligerent
countries.
In the memorandum the foreign of office
fice office emphasizes the "various special
concessions made in favor of United
States citizens. The arrangements
for buying American cotton detained
and for permitting the passage of
goods bought in Germany by Ameri Americans
cans Americans before the date of the order in
council is outlined and a promise made
to consider that action be given
special cases of this kind in future."
The memorandum concludes by say saying
ing saying Great Britain is desirous of re removing
moving removing all causes of unavoidable de delay
lay delay in dealing with American cargoes.
TWO FAST TRAINS
CAME TOGETHER
MANY KILLED OR INJURED IN
A RAILWAY WRECK LAST
NIGHT IN MARYLAND
(Associated Press)
Thurmond, Mr, June 25. Six were
killed and a dozed seriously jnjured,
when the Blue Mountain Express and
the Fast Mail, on the Western Mary Maryland
land Maryland Railway collided head-on on a
bridge over a creek near here last
night. Four of the dead are pass passengers.
engers. passengers. A mix up of orders is de declared
clared declared to be the cause of the wreck.
SIXTEEN 31 EN THINK
THAW IS SANE
State Will Try to Prove He is Dotty
About Skirts
New York, June 5. Harry K. Thaw
was sitting beside his lawyers at the
jury trial to "test his sanity yester yesterday
day yesterday and heard sixteen witnesses,
nearly all friends he had "made dur during
ing during his sojourn in Canada and New
Hampshire, testify that they bejiev bejiev-ed
ed bejiev-ed him rational.
The state's attorney asked each
witness whether at any time Thaw
discussed women with them or any
circumstances leading to the murder
of Sanford White. None would say
these topics were brought up. The
state's attorneys then would make a
point that a paranoaic such as Thaw
is alleged, might converse rationally
except when his one delusion was
mentioned.
A GREAT DAY'S FISHING
TRIP TO ORANGE LAKE
Messrs. Harry Clarkson, Frank E.
Wetherbee, Bob Flinn and Charlie
Flippen of the Marion Hardware Co.,
took advantage of their half-holiday
yesterday and went to Orange 1-ake.
They had a bully afternoon's sport,
catching 18 huge trout. Several of
them were six and seven-pounders
and one weighed 9U pounds.

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EIGIITII1G IS FIERCE
MURDEROUS ACTIVITY OF BOTH
ARMIES ON HEIGHTS OF
THE MEUSE
(Associated Press)
London, June 23. Later news of
the French campaign shows "a re resumption
sumption resumption of extreme activity on the
heights of the Meuse, where the Ger Germans
mans Germans attacked violently. t The Ger Germans
mans Germans claim the French began the at attack
tack attack and a trench, was retaken. The
French admit the German advance
but declare the former line3 were
later re-established.
The Germans claim gains in the
Argonne.
BRAVE FIGHT OF A CANADIAN
BATTALION
Toronto, June 25. The First West West-ern
ern West-ern Ontario Battalion was all but an annihilated
nihilated annihilated in the action nearLaEasse
in Northern France oh June 15. Out
of between COO and 700 men in tho
battalion lo.t in killed and wounded
nearly 500, including twenty officers..
Twelve of the officers were killed in
action, leaving only three officers of
the battalion not wounded.
The battalion was selected to act
in cooperation with the British
troops in attacking a German posi position.
tion. position. Three trenches 'were their ob
jective. They came from the reav
having had a rest preparatory to the
onslaught in the evening. The Ger Germans
mans Germans 'apparently had. an idea that a
serious attack was to be attempted
and, as events proved, had made elab elaborate
orate elaborate preparations for resistance.
The first enemy trench wa3 only
forty yards away from that occupied
by the First Western Battalion. A
mine had been laid and its explosion
was the signal for a forward move movement.
ment. movement. The mine itself killed many
Germans.
A member of the battalion rushed
forward under a terrific fire from
machine guns and bursting high ex explosives.
plosives. explosives. "I shall never forget, he said,
"looking around and seeing Col. Beihr
of London, Ont., apparently standing
on the parapet of a trench, leading
his men by voice and gesture. The
next instant the colonel fell, struck
by a bomb, and was carried to the
rear but did not live long.
"Conditions grew more terrible as
the fight progressed. The Germans
brought up reinforcements.
"The second trench was about sixty
yards beyond the first, which was
captured, or abount a hundred yards
from our starting point. Our loss in
taking the first trench was very great.
We took the second trench and it
proved a hot position.
"We then went for the third trench,
but the Germans with reinforcements,
concentrated a tremendous fire on us.
I should think, by this time, consid considerable
erable considerable more than half of our officers
and men had been killed or wounded.
"Gradually the position became un untenable
tenable untenable and it was necessary to re relinquish
linquish relinquish the ground already won. We
could not, with our depleted force,
remain there, so we moved back. The
Germans then tried hard to shift U3
from our original position, but to no
purpose.
"The battalion went into that rc rc-tion
tion rc-tion from six to seven hundred strcr :-.
The killed and wounded number J
nearly 500, including twenty out cf
twenty-three officers, twelve of whom
were killed."
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OCALA EVENING 6'f AU FRIDAY. JUNE 25. 1915

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLI, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at OcrHt, Fla.t postofflce as secona class matter.
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PHONE 51

DEWEY HAS LEASED THE
HARRINGTON DINING ROOM

DARING COSSACKS

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
One year, in advance. ..... $5.00
iiz months. In advance 2.50
Three months, In advance... 1:25
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

OUR CASE AGAINST -ENGLAND f wrecking the Florida Life Insurance
I company, the Florida Fire and Cas-
The most complete defense of Great ualty Insurance company and the
Britain and her allies in the block- J Commercial Bank of Jacksonville.
ade of Germany and Austria is com- Tampa Times..
prised in the following from the Co- j If some man whose family has been
lumbia State: j reduced to want by the wreckers was
Things We Must Explain I empty a a gun into one of them,

spect to the legal department of the

department of state, we cannot see
where in the world this country has
a case in the matter of protest against
England's blockade of Germany.
Who first declared the-doctrine of
the "ultimate destination" as the pre pretext
text pretext for seizing neutral ships sailing
from neutral port to neutral port?
The United States, in the matter of
English cargoes bound for Nassau
and consigned to neutral factors.
Who extended the terms of the block blockade
ade blockade to include all the waters of all
the Seven Seas on which should be
found ships suspected of bearing
goods for the enemy? The United
States. Who first put in the list of
contraband of war such things as
medicines destined to alleviate the

,cffering of the wounded ? Again the

United States. How far this matter

of contraband, in particular, wasi
carried, is shown in a letter from an
ex-U. S. naval officer, which we quote
in part, concerning the capture by U.
S. S. Fulton of the steamer Banshee,
one of the most valuable prizes of the
war. It is Major S. C. Brock, of Ma Macon,
con, Macon, Mo., who is speaking. Says he:
"All day and all night the chase
went on, and in the morning we were
almost in firing range. Inch by inch
we gained, and then we tried a shot
across the fugitive's bow. Another
shot, a little closer, and she hove to
while we sept out a boarding party.
"The prize was the blockade run runner
ner runner Banshee, loaded with a million
dollars worth of dry goods for the
southern states. The cargo was
mostlv mourninc stuff for the women

of the south, but it was contraband
under the rules of war and subject to
seizure.
"When the Fulton reached New
York harbor with her rich prize every
tugboat and steamer "saluted with its
whistle, and the docks were crowded

with people to see the blockade run

ner brought in."
While the crowds cheered, the wo women
men women of the Confederacy wept, with without
out without even the melancholy consolation
of their "weeds," yet the weeds were
contraband of war!
On what sort of grounds, with pre precedents
cedents precedents like this does the United
States now presume to lecture Eng England?
land? England? If England were not too busy
and too sad, she could afford to
laugh!

ROONEY WILL GO
TO TALLAHASSEE

The board of governors of the
Board of Trade will send Secretary
Rooney to Tallahassee to meet with
the state railroad commission when
they have the hearing on the 30th, at
which" time, unless sufficient reason is
shown by those interested why it
'should not be done, the rate on all
road materials in the state will be
raised. The Board of Trade, the city
council, the county commissioners
should all join in this matter and if
they cannot send a separate repre representative
sentative representative to the hearing, should clothe
the secretary with the necessary au authority
thority authority to speak and act for them.
The building of good roads is to be
one of the state's greatest works in

the next few years. Transportation
of the road materials is the very es essence
sence essence of the work as with a prohibi prohibitive
tive prohibitive freight rate on any of the mater materials
ials materials used, the work is greatly handi handicapped
capped handicapped and, in many cases, will be
made so expensive as to prevent the
construction of the roads.
Mr. Rooney -will only be sent from
Ocala for two days and it will be
time well spent.

vantage, saving greatly in many ex-j
penses of a separate management,
and in this way, together with his )

long experience in restaurant and
hotel work, expects to please the pub-j
lie, enjoy a liberal patronage and
make a few dollars for himself.
Mr. Dewey will make no changes at
present in the methods of conducting
the new places, except that he will
probably serve a table d'hote dinner
in the Harrington dining room, as he
has done so successfully at the Mer Merchants
chants Merchants Cafe. The dining room will
be kept open only at the regular
meal hours, the Harrington lunch
room all day and, for the present, all
night; the Merchants Cafe, as usual,
will never be closed.
Since inaugurating the all-night
service at the Merchants Cafe the
lights have never been turned off or
the key turned in the locks of the
doors and there has never been a

minute, day or night, that one could

not get an appetizing meal-there, and
in quick time, too. Good and prompt

service, excellent food, well prepared,

coupled with moderate prices has giv

en Mr. Dewey a reputation all up and
down the road which he is proud of.
With his two bright sons, Welsh
and Richard and Mr. Temple, the
night man to assist him, Mr. Dewey is

well able to handle the three places
and to advantage. The Star expects
to see them all flourish and prosper.

HELPING THE BASEBALL CLUB

The act of the Ocala Coca-Cola

Bottling Company in donating the
sales of its product on the ground,
the Harrington Hall in making con

tributions, among the many others

who have assisted should encourage

yet other of our citizens and business

firms tor do something along this line
to aid the baseball boys in their big
task of keeping together the best
baseball nine Ocala has ever had and
to build their new grandstand and
make the other improvements that
are necessary and the repairs that
have to be made each year and all
through the year on and about the
grounds.
Ocala has very few organiaztions
that are of as much benefit to' the
city as the baseball park and club. It
can hardly be estimated and should
meet with every encouragement and
a hearty support from the business
people of the city.

RESOLUTIONS APPRECIATING
POSTMASTER ROGERS

Referring to Harry Thaw's ap approaching
proaching approaching trial as to his sanity, the
Key West Citizen remarks that had
Thaw "been a poor man he would
have been given his freedom long
ago." Nay, nay. If Thaw had been
a poor man t he would have ben elec

trocuted so long ago that the name of-j-change

maw would nave neen iorgotten.
Miami Herald.
A jury of southern or western men
would have set him free in the implied

hope that he would as soon as possi possible
ble possible shoot another libertine. Wrongs
- of women are too great to be atoned
for in the courts; therefore, the un unwritten
written unwritten law that a seducer is fair

game should always remam in force!

among self-respecting men.

The latest arrivals on our ex exchange
change exchange table are the Clearwater Sun
and Ocala Star. Both are excellent
dailies, and we wonder how we have
missed them for so long a time -Key
West Journal.
You missed one of them because

you disregarded a civil request to ex-

Mr. W. I. Evans expects to leave
the first of next week for Ft. Lauder Lauderdale
dale Lauderdale to join his law partner, Mr. Jul Julian
ian Julian Bullock.

"Taxpayer," who lives in the sec second
ond second ward and complains of the bad
conditions of certain streets during
the rainy season, hasn't anything on
our linotype operator, whose home is
at the corner of Sanchez and South
Second street, where all the water
for blocks around accumulates and
stands for days after a rain. We are

informed that the council is endeav- j

lng to open Fourth street and think
that it is a necessary improvement
and should be done without delay.

Mr. J. R. Dewey, who has conduct conducted
ed conducted the Merchant's Cafe so success

fully for the past several years, has Russian Rough Riders an Old and I

leased the Hamng Hall dining roomj p R d
and lunch room and will take charge j rdinuui DUUy.
of both Monday'morning after break-'
fast. Mr. Dewey will be able toj QNCE KNIGHTS OF FREEDOM.

operate the three places to good ad-1

i

In Formr Times They Were Known
Entirely as Defenders of the Poor and
the Oppressed Deadly as Marksmen
and Experts With the Sword.
The popular conception of the Rus Russian
sian Russian Cossack Is a whiskered atrocity
who rides with the' speed of the wind,
comes to do acts of "pillage aud ofta ofta-plne
plne ofta-plne and then goes back agnrn Into the
bosom of the tall grass from which be
came. By many he Is supposed to be belong
long belong to a legendary tribe whose history
6tretcbes back into the blackness of
the dark ages from which he has not
yet emerged.
No; the Cossack is In many respects

like the simple Russian peasant. In
others he Is like the cowboy of the
western plains, whose home Is as much
In the saddle as in his own village.
Far from being oppressors, the Cos Cossacks
sacks Cossacks were once known entirely as the
defenders of the poor and the wrong wronged.
ed. wronged. They belonged to an order of rus rustic
tic rustic chivalry, the Kazachestvo, the
Knights of Freedom.
The name Kazak is of Tartar origin
and means "Freeman." It was applied
to men driven from the more settled
countries and who under the blue sky
rode without the trammel of tradition,
without the interference of kings," po potentates
tentates potentates and powers. There was a time
when nobles laid heavy band upon the
subject and human life was held in
small account.
The thirteenth and the fourteenth
centuries saw the Cossacks developed
into communities living in the neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood of the river Dnieper and rid riding
ing riding hither and thither to keep watch
and ward over the domain of the emperor.

The cowboy guards of the great
southwest In this country, who are
now disappearing from our American
life, are Cossacks In spirit- When they
become cavalrymen, Texas Hangers or
rough riders they- are American Cos Cossacks.
sacks. Cossacks. There were some criminals among
the Cossacks, but once they had en enrolled
rolled enrolled in the Cossack legions they left
behind them all their past. Some were
exiles for political reasons, others had
been hunted for taking into their own
hands the avenging of wrongs. And
what avails a name after all? When
the officers of the state came inquiring
Into the Cossack encampments for De De-metri
metri De-metri this and Ivan that nothing was
known of them at all, for the Cossacks
permitted men to divest themselves of
former titles and to begin the free life

with a new nomenclature. To them
the newcomer were "Big Nose," "Yel "Yellow
low "Yellow Buttons' or some other nicknamed
comrade.
While other persons paid taxes the
Cossack was subject to no such Incon Inconvenient
venient Inconvenient levy. His share was paid by
the power fif his sword and his pistols.
He Insisted always that he was not to
be assessed, but that he should gtve
his military service when Russia re required
quired required it of him.
When the Cossack communities were
first formed they were inhabited only
by men. "The Kazachestvo took, vows
of celibacy, It was an order that lived
like anchorites andtfought like demons.
As the ages have passed there have
been many changes. The Cossacks
have families and their own home life.
At first, however, j-oung and daring
youths were sent out to ride with the
Cossacks, and there was no system of
chivalry more punctilious than was this
government of the men of the steppes.
Offenses that Involved violation of
their vows or the HI treatment of the
weak and the oppressed were punished
with death. The sentences were quick quickly
ly quickly Imposed and speedily executed
Cowboy Justice and Cossack rule are
the same in principle.

The dress of the Cossack has become
more or less conventional ns the years

have gone. We ee blm In the long
coat of brown or of green, with the
great lambskin cap on bis head, with
strong belts containing cartridges about
his waist. He shows the Influence of
Military training. The Cossack of to to-":y
":y to-":y is a model of elegance compared
ith what he used to be. lie seized
garments covered with gold lace, coats
of silks and sable and smeared them
with mire and tallow to show his su su-orerne
orerne su-orerne disregard for fine traDOincs. He

woro""cnr-e jirli. Hit In the care of j
hl wp;iiih the 0-:4k h-ji nlwnyj
leerl punctil!.-u " ;
III nifirkrnnnshJp was deadly and i
accurate, even wIioti tilling at full
speed, ns that f the rrx Ihj of thej
Western United Stflti- The O'-Tcfc ;
have ten exj-ert MvunWtni-n fur cen centuries.
turies. centuries. Their prof! !onir in :inn ennio
from their em iriiracnt. Ti e stepjxx
In which tbny nnI.t their llveliboo.1 :
were covered with grp. often so high ;

onlv tl lieriil nn.l shoulder of the riI- t

en appeared :i!e f he top of It. (lame
was abundant In th-e thick tnng'.e-:
fruit couM Ie nht.iihed rnl!y: the riv rivers
ers rivers termed with fi! The warts of
the C'sack were few and simple.
They could do with much or little. A
slice of horseiVh c:.rricd under the
saddle to keep It warm was a ration
Gt to be called n luxury. New York
Herald.

!

I.

IlliaaBUtryanuuuuuuujutJj'.K.

Tives!
Mothers

Dauibters

r V 1 h v.

A woman's organism Fj a ver7 c'elicate fJilnjr It v r-
gets out of order just like a-delicate piece of uiici.
requires more than ordinary care zijmJ attention.
Thereareraany signswhkb point toeilorder,uchasheadaenrs. c-.-. -pins
in various part of the body. IisUcMoe. nervoune ,irr; u
riiiT,inm faintness, backache, kJ or appetite, depression, ana tr.ry c

Dr. Pierce's Favorite Present
... a

has ben the means of restoring thousands of suffering women to rata rs.1 hciTLh
amlstrencth. For more than forty years it has been successfully c,-rri z en
thi great work. Today it U known throughout the lengh and brr ju o'f ever v
land- V-omen everywhere look upon it as a helpful friend. Let itaii
Sold im tltrmtd or tablet farm hy drarrUti. or trial &ojr mailed
yom for SO eef from Dr. .fWce's Dpary, Duffalo, H.Y.
Dr. Pierca PtsaMnt Pellet. reult Stomach, Liver jid Bowel

m m m p. t?

SHos It.
Knlcer Dc your wife understand

the use of leftovers? P.oeker Yes; she-

she mihr hive married them. Jndjre

Id!cn Is the bolnnln of all vices
German Proverb

Constipation Cured Overnight
A small doFe of Fo-Do-Lax tonipht
and you will enjoy a full, free, easy
bowel movement in the mornintr. No
pripinjr, for Po-Po-Lax is Todophylin
(May Apple) without the jrripe. To-Do-Lax
corrects the cau?e of consti constipation
pation constipation by nrouinpr the liver, increas increasing
ing increasing the flow of bile. Ilile is nature's
antiseptic in the bowels. With proper
amount of 1 ilo. !ie.-tion in bowels is
perfect. No jra?, tk fermentation, no
constipation. Don't be ?:ck. nervous,
irritable. O-t a bottle of Po-Po-Lax

irom your iruir?r?t now r.n.t curci

your constipation oern:?ht. Ad. 1
NOTICE

Whereas, We fully realize the ac activity
tivity activity of our present postmaster in
his efforts to secure all possible rec recognition
ognition recognition for Ocala; and whereas,
through this effort the postmaster
general has in his wisdom decided to
give to Ocala and Marion county one
of the rural routes to be served by an
automobile; and whereas, this recog recognition
nition recognition is an evidence of the worth of
our city and county as well as show showing
ing showing our postmatser is watching out
for the interests and welfare of the
patrons of his office; therefore be it
Resolved, That the Marion County
.Board of Trade, in open meeting,
June 24th, wishes to voice its appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of the good work and results
accomplished by Postmaster Rogers;
and be it
Resolved, We further emphasize
our appreciation and recognition by
Postmaster Albert G. Burleson of

this great need and accommodation
to our people, and bespeak their grat gratitude
itude gratitude for this route merit has won,
our section recognized, our rural pop population's
ulation's population's interest properly served and
our organization expresses its approval.

Certified to by the secretary, thjs

the 24th day of June, 1915.
, J. D. Rooney, Secretary.

THE CITY SHOULD
DRAIN THESE STREETS

E. C. Jordan & Co.

Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers

WILBUR W. C. SMITH
- Licensed Embalmer
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.

Editor Star: In going to my home
yesterday afternoon in the southern
part of town, after the rain, on
reaching south Tuscawilla street my

passage was obstructed by a perfect

sea of water, which overflowed the

street, sidewalks and adjacent prop property.
erty. property. Thinking that possibly it was
not so bad further up. I walked a

block east and tried to cross on San

chez street. To my surprise the water
had accumulated in even larger quan quantity
tity quantity on this street and getting across

on foot was out of the question.

whs forced to go around by Wenona
street and walk a good half a mile

out of my way to get home. Why

doesn't the city do something to rem

edy this deplorable condition of af

fairs in the second ward? To my own

knowledge for the last four years

the condition of these streets during
the rainy season has been disgraceful

and a constant annoyance to those

who have to paddle through the wa

ter. Taxpayer.

, The summer stay-at-homes would
" appreciate another chapter from Gen General
eral General Gilchrist on his experiences with
Potiphar's wife. Tampa Times.
We thought that lady was dead. If
.she is alive, she is over 3000 years
old, and unless built like Rider Hag Haggard's
gard's Haggard's "She," there would be no fun
in having experiences with her now.

The Tampa Tribune sincerely re regrets
grets regrets Governor .Trammell's candi candidacy
dacy candidacy for the Senate. It says it gives
South Florida three candidates, and
makes the re-election of Senator
Bryan almost certain. The Star has
it doped out the same way.

The negro vote will never be of
much weight in southern elections
except in those instances where it is
used by unscrupulous white men.
The safest bet we ever made is
that no one will suffer a penalty for

Queen or Dairy aid
Ambition the Sams
In the expectant mother's mind there
la no limit to what the future has in store,

"f and yet durinsr the po po-l
l po-l rioJ of expectancy.

the physical comfort cf
the mother. One of the
best aids Is a remedy

known as Molher3

Friend." AppKl over
the muscles, it pene penetrates
trates penetrates to the net work
of nerves, relieves tho

pains incident to
stretching of cords and

lijraments, makes thera
pliant, induces dai?y

ft ralm mind and Dieasanr anuespauon. nu

tise it with your own Land, apply it as need needed,
ed, needed, and at once feel a sense of relief.
Mothers who bare learned all this froru
experience tell of the blessed relief from
morninsr sickness, the absence of strain and

the undoubted healthful influence imparted to
the coming baby.
Get a bottle of this splendid Tielp today.
Phone vour nearest drmrsrist or send for it.

Then write Brad field Regulator Co., 404 La Lamar
mar Lamar Bldg, Atlanta, Ga for a valuable booJc
of Instruction for expectant mothers.
"Mother's Friend is recommended every everywhere
where everywhere by women who havt used it. Ami you
can read some very interesting letters if you
write for -thin book,

Bids will be received at the meet meet-Ln.f
Ln.f meet-Ln.f of the county commissioners July
Cth, on making ccjmcs of plats in ac accordance
cordance accordance with specifications on file in
clerk's office.
W. D. Cam, Chairman.
P. II. Nugent. Clerk. 21-13t

Mclver & MaeKay
Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS

Floe Caskets and Curial Robes. j

D. n MclVFR and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Director
All Vi'ork Done by Licensed Embal
n:erw and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES
D. E. McIYER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 303

UNDERTAKING OFFICE 43

Mo n tt Fill 0
3DW ns uime Tmnm

Now is the time "to prepare your yourself
self yourself for the Canning Year, which
may be a hard one. A few weeks only, left to
can your own Fruits and vegetables that are going
to waste.
o We can furnish you with Canning Outfits as
follows: ' v
SIzeB Farm Canners $ 6.00
Size BB Farm Canners. . 8.00
No. 30 EI Flo Canners 12.00
We also have the cans, both No. 2 and No. 3
with Solder Hemmed Caps.
You know it would be fine to have fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables and Fruit all the year round, which is the
case with the Canning process.

! fi '7. -7 f ffv ;
PIIONF 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1. t I
m Vouir Order will have
'mmediate Attention.

HJIHx 0GE OS

p

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Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes wtkh re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go wiUi this good ice of urs. Let u
have your custom we deserve it.

Ocala Ice & FacMncw

: J. h- SMOAR
J Aft fiinoak's Yotj shop.
-

Clears Shin Stops
All Blood Troubles

MOONLIGHT TRIP FRIDAY NIGHT

Arrangements have been made for

a moonngnt trip to ueik's ttiuff rri rri-day
day rri-day night on the yacht Silver Springs.

Mr. Mathews, manager, has arranged
to convey passengers to the Springs
and return for 50 cents. The round
trip boat fare will be 50 cents. Bus
leaves Court Pharmacy at 7 o'clock;
boat leaves springs at 8 o'clock. Chil

dren will be charged half fare. This
is a splendid opportunity to get an

evening's outing at a reasonable cost.

Those who desire to furnish their own

transportation to and from the springs

may do so. 2t

THE JOHN DOZIER CO.
Has just received a car of choice tim

othy hay, "the finest of the fine." We
also carry other grades, including al

falfa and Florida hay. 24-tf

nor Mrs. liar rod Got Rid of Her

Stomach Trouble

"I suffered with stomach trouble

for years and tried everything

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 pL.n in the stomach,

writes Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort

Wayne, Ind. Obtainable every
where. Adv.

Goes Right Down to Where

the Germs Start
From.

F3

The action of S.S. S.. the famous b!ooI
purifier, la notable in the pkin. It is but
natural that blood impurities shnubt
seek an outlet. "Water, cas, oil and
nearly all the active products of nature
seek the surface. It seems to be a com commie
mie commie law. Even our thoughts will un undertake
dertake undertake to find expression. And so wher wherever
ever wherever we take into our system will even eventually
tually eventually come out changed In form, con converted
verted converted often Into some other substance,
but constituting: always either wast a
or that which has served its useful pur purpose
pose purpose and must be eliminated. And the
ikin Is the principal avenue for escape
Df certain acids or poisons. If the skin
and blood be healthy, these wastes pass
Dft as vapor or perspiration. But Im Impure
pure Impure blood loads the skin with eczema.
imples. acne, rheumatism, rash, fever
olisters. blood risinps and other erup eruptions.
tions. eruptions. And S. S. S. has been found the
very beat, safest and most effective
remedy to purify the blood and thus re restore
store restore the skin to clear and attractivo
health. Get a bottle today of any drus; drus;-5ist.
5ist. drus;-5ist. but be emphatic. Do not allow any any-Dne
Dne any-Dne to hand you a substitute. Wrapped
iround the bottle Is an Interesting cir circular
cular circular that tells you bow to obtain skill skillful
ful skillful adYiee free on any subject concern concerning
ing concerning the blood.
S. S. S. Is prepared only by The Swift
Fpeciflc Co., 113 Swift Blae.. Atlanta.
Ka. Look for this name on the package.

The Servant
Question

has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE and a
"WATER HEATER. The
cooking and cleaning on
Loiuj Hot Days
are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM HELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bill.
Ocala Gas Company
PHONE 61

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Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOD ON ANT SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIM IT OCTODER 31st.
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H G WrTlMZPL FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT

Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.

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MERCHANTS & MINERS TRCNS.GO
Steamship Lines
Jacksonville
TO
Boston
New York
Baltimore
Washington
Philadelphia
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireles telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and "Western points.
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc!
Address
H. C. AVERY, AGENT
Jacksonville, Fla.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND RU1LDER

Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Give More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the citv.

SAVANNAH 56.50) DAiimn tdid
COLUMBIA $8.50 TKJi

SIT A TOfh A HDITh A TTTID TT. 1TIMT7. T7

REGULAR TRAINS
No. 2
LV. OCALA 2:33 AM.
AIL Savannah 12:23 PM.
Alt. Columbia 4:30 PAL
Tickets on ale July 2nd and trains arriving in

noon July 3rd. Limited Juljr 14, 1915.

TICKETS GOOD ON ALL REGULAR TRAINS GOING OR RETURNING

Local Sleeper to Colombia on Tram No. 4, July 3rd

JOHN BOISSEAU, C. T. A G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A.

Oeala. Fla, Jackson i Lie, Fla.

No. 4
1:20 PM.
12:30 AM.
' 4:30 AM.
Jacksonville before

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n mi Mini mi nnmirn

OHUHIJUHn bllmiLL

AND RETURN FROM

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STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
Tickets Sold July 2nd. Final Limit July 14th. Good on all j
trains.
STEEL SLEEPERS OBSERVATION CA
For Tickets and Reservations call on
M. R. WILLIAMS, J. G. KIRKLAND,
Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla. D. P. A., Tarrr



OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1915

ORCHESTRA
PROGRAM' CHANGES DAILY
t
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
! V

AT THE

IE1PLE THEATER

I

PROGRAM

RUNAWAY JUNE Fourteenth Episode,

PROFESSOR'S NKIHTMAIU; Vitagraph Comedy.

mg naie irice ana iNscnoias uunaew.

'HE UNDERTAKER'S UNCLE S. & A. Comedy.

eturing Slippery Slim and Sophie.

HAM AMONG THE RE!) SKINS Kalem Comedv.

Featuring Ham and Dud
ADMISSION From 3:10 to 10:30, 3 and 10 cents

mmm.

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r?Jl'f flif J Jill; i.:f.!l MW;i i 7 a m
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Only taste our delicious soda once.
You will come again many times and bring
your friends.
Why are our drinks ''better?"
We use better ingredients.
4nti-Monopo!y Drug Store.
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
"WE TAKE CARE"

WARM SOiiEU WITHER
Is a Regular "Bonanza" for Insects.,
They thrive and breed like "wildfire." No mat matter
ter matter if your house is screened, Roacfies, Moths, Flies
and Mosquitoes will get in. These filthy carriers of
discomfort and disease will give you trouble unless
you combat them. Don't give 'em a chance USE
FEN OLE, that cleanly spray, that peerless house household
hold household disinfectant and insect destroyer.
..jFENOLE,
Is sold in Ocala by

Mclver & Mackay. 0, K. Tea Pot Grocery,

Tydings Drug Co.,
Smith Grocery Co.,

The Court Pharmacy,

Ollie Mordis

-'MARION' HARDWARE 00.
WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF FEN0LE PRODUCTS

9

(If you have any items for thi3 department, call 'phone 106)

Thought for the Day
i I shall pass through this world but
; once. Any good thing I can do, or
any kindness I can show to any hu human
man human being, let me do it now for I
' shall not pass this way again. Ex Ex-,
, Ex-, change.

Misses Kate and Sue Liddon, for formerly
merly formerly of Ocala, who have been visit-

i iatr 3lr. ana .Mrs. waiter wiins in

time out of doors and used the house
exclusively for sleeping apartments.

Our Service
is Prompt

We fully realize how neces necessary
sary necessary prompt delivery service is.
The average housewife likes to
have her meat sent just, when
she wants it.
Small things count in a suc successful
cessful successful business. Next to sell selling
ing selling you good meat comes right
service. We are bound to please
you if you care to try us.

Trio of Visitors Honored
For the next fortnight the college
crowd have in store a series of
charming parties occasioned by the
presence of a trio of pretty and viva vivacious
cious vivacious girls, who have arrived to visit
relatives and friends. They are Miss Misses
es Misses Helen and Dorothy Dean of Gaines-

Tampa, have returned to Lake Alfred ville, Ga and Miss Franklin Harvey

of Columbia, S. C., and their visit
will be a decided impetus to social
gaieties.
The first of the series is being giv given
en given this afternoon and evening at the
Lake Weir Yacht Club, Mrs. R. S.
Hall entertaining two dozen members
of the younger set in their honor. The
jolly crowd chaperoned by the hostess
and her sister, Mrs. J. B. Horrell,
left town at 4 o'clock in cars and on
reaching the club bathing suits will
be the exclusive vogue until sundown
and after the swi ma bountiful picnic
lunch will be enjoyed. The evening
will be devoted to dancing and other
lakeside diversions.
Mrs. Hall's party was enjoyed by
the following: Misses Helen and Dor Dor-othey
othey Dor-othey Dean, Franklin Harvey, Cath Catharine
arine Catharine and Mary Harriet Livingston,
Blair Wood row, Martha Kate Rentz,
Sarah Pearl Martin, Elizabeth Davis,
Nina Camp, Kathleen Spencer, Mar Marion
ion Marion and Dorothy Long, Sarah Dellon,
Messrs. Leslie and Pat Anderson,
Whit Palmer, Bernard Koonce, Rob Robert
ert Robert and Alfred MacKay, Welsh Dew Dewey,
ey, Dewey, Harold Meade, Clarence and Olaf
Zewadski, Frank Harris, W. M. Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, Earl and Robert Hall.
Mrs. Arthur Clark and little son,
who have been visiting her mother,
Mrs. S. A. Standley, returned this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon to their home in Jacksonville.
Dr. and Mrs. H.- W. Henry, Misses
Tillie Pasteur and Eloise Henry were
morning shoppers from Lake Weir
today.
Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock
Mrs. M. H. Stovall will be hostess to
an attractive party honoring Misses
Helen and Dorothy Dean.
Lyles-Reinoehl
A very quiet wedding took place
Tuesday evening, June 22, when Miss
Elsa Reinoehl and Mr. John Lyles
were married at the bride's home in
Springfield, Rev. L. R. Lynn, of the
Springfield Presbyterian church, offi officiating.
ciating. officiating. The bride is the daughter
of Mrs. Augustine Reinoehl, of this
city, formerly of Starke, Fla. The
grom is a very prosperous young bus business
iness business man of Belleview, Fla. Only the
relatives and a few of their most in intimate
timate intimate friends were present. Among
the out-of-town guests were Mrs. J.
J. Nelson of" Belleview; Mr. W. J.
Lyles, of Summerfield, Miss.; Gladys
Morse, of Pavo, Ga.; Miss Eva Pow Powell
ell Powell and Mr. Ellery Davis, of Starke.
The young couple left on a late train
for Belleview, where they will be at

home to their many friends. Jack

sonville Metropolis.

McKinstry-King
Gainesville, June 24. An event

centering the cordial interest of a
wide circle of friends was the mar

riage Wednesday evening of Miss

Bssie Louise King and Mr. Robert L.
McKinstry, which was solemnized at

8:30 o'clock at the First Presbyterian
church. Times-Union.

j where their mother has taken a cot-
tage for the summer.

Mrs. I. F. Bennett and Master
Frank Bennett left today for Tox Tox-away,
away, Tox-away, N. C, for an extended visit to
her sister, Mrs. George Armstrong
of Savannah, who has opened her
summer home at that delightful re resort.
sort. resort. Mrs. E. K. Nelson and family, who
have been enjoying an extended so sojourn
journ sojourn at Fort DeSoto, have returned
to their home in Tampa. Next "week
Miss Elizabeth Nelson will come to
Ocala to visit Mrs. J. A. McClymonds.
Mrs. W. J. Lee and two pretty
children of Gainesville, have conclud concluded
ed concluded their visit to Mrs. Eli A. Osbom
and are now at Groveland the guests
of relatives. They will visit Mrs. Os Osbom
bom Osbom again en route home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Osbom are ex expected
pected expected home late this afternoon from
Jacksonville, where they motored

i Tuesday.

m m m
Mrs. T. S. Trantham of Talla

hassee, who has been an inmate of!

the hospital, is now at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bul Bullock
lock Bullock for a visit of several weeks be before
fore before returning home.
The attractive new bungalow of
Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Ayer will be
ready for occupancy within the next

few days.

The fourth annual session of Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia College, being held from June
3 to 30 at Lake City, is of much in interest
terest interest to the members of the Baptist

churches. This was formerly known

as the annual encampment and the
convention included the B. Y. P. U.,
Woman's Missionary Union, Baraca

and Philathea classes and, in fact,
all the organizations of the Baptist
churches. The only representative
attending the session from Ocala is
Miss Irma Brigance.
Miss Josephine Williams of this
city and her sister, Mrs. H. P. New Newman
man Newman of Bartow, whom she is visiting,
spent yesterday in Tampa.
Miss Adaline Wilson of Johnson,
Ind. is a guesfc at the Colonial. She
will leave Stmday for Thomasville,
Ga., to join her father, Mr. C. C.
Johnson, who left for there yesterday.
After spending the watermelon sea season
son season in Ocala he goes to Georgia to
buy melons.
Miss Collie Clark returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from a visit of three weeks with
friends at Lake Weir.
Mrs. T. A. Perry is visiting her sis sisters,
ters, sisters, Mrs. George Holly and Mrs.
Henry Chase in Miami.

Mrs. E. G. Peek and little
Virginia Peek are visiting at
Wir.

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W. H. MARSH'S MARKET
PHONE 108
Next to 0. K. Grocery Ocala, Fla.

Miss Franklin Harvey arrived to today
day today from Charleston, S. C, to visit
Miss Blair Woodrow at Lake Weir.
Miss Harvey and Miss Woodrow were
schoolmates at the Woman's College
in Columbia, S. C, and her yisit will
be a source of pleasure to the friends
of her popular young hostess.

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Goodwin, of
Fairfield, were among the visitors in
Ocala yesterday and last evening.

They were accompanied by their little

neice, Miss Vera Goodwin, of High
Springs.

HOLSOM CAKE

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Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Betichler, of An Anthony'
thony' Anthony' are visiting in Ocala today.

Mr. and Mrs. Jere Crook and
daughters are now occupying the

home of Rev. and Mrs. R. B. Bowers,

moving yesterday.

Mrs. Baxter Morrison, Miss Lillie

Morrison, Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. Lind

motored up from Inverness this

morning. They made the trip espe

cially to show Mrs. Lind, who is a
visitor from Miami, the beauties of
our city and Silver Springs.
Rev. R. B. Bowers and family have
gone to Lake Weir, where for three
months the former will have charge
of Camp Mucusco which will be
opened Monday. Assisting Mr. Bow Bowers
ers Bowers in athletics will be Mr. Harold
Meade and among the boys who ex expect
pect expect to go to the lake Monday to be
members of the camp are Otis Green,
Marshal Carn, James and Robert

Chaee, Charles and Ralph Cullen,
Rosco and'Wellie MefTert, two from
Tampa, two from Gainesville and one
boy from Homosasa. The camp will

be located at the home of Mr. C. E.
Connor, Mr. Connor and family hav

ing moved into one of the Connor cot

tages. A dining room tent will be
pitched in the spacious yard and the
boys expect to spend all of their

The Carn-Thomas Co. has become
the Ocala agent for the products of
the American Bakeries Co., which
among its many other branch factor factories
ies factories has a very large and modern
bakery in Jacksonville.
This factory bakes and ships cake
daily and the first few shipments
handled by the firm sold readily and
each re-order has been larger than
the preceding one.
The cakes are put up in eight eight-ounce
ounce eight-ounce net weight packages. The
packages are attractive and the cake
is sealed inside in waxed paper. The
flavors the Carn-Thomas Co. is
handling so far, aret Golden, Silver,
Raisin and Tutti-Fruiti. "Holsom"
cake is proving a big seller and the
company feels that it has found a
winner in the products of the Amer American
ican American Bakeries.

"CART

iR'S DELICIOUS" CAKES

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
flavors 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.

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NEAR POSTOFFIGE

On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for

cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

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Sow is the Time to Get Rid of These
Ugly Spots
There's no longer the slightest need
of feeline ashamed of your freckles,

as the prescription othine double

strength is guaranteed to remove
these homely snots.

Simply get an ounce of othine
double strength from any druggist
and apply a little of it night and
momine and you should soon see that

even the worst freckles have begun to
disappear, while the lighter ones have

vanished entirely. It is seldom that

more than an ounce is needed to com

oletelv clear the skin and gam a

beautiful clear complexion.

Be sure to ask for the double

streneth othine as this is sold under

guarantee of money back if it fails to

remove freckles. l.

ANIMAL TOILETS.
Cleanliness Rules and Some Creatures
Wash Each Other.
Musi jiniinnls love rleunllness. We
have all seen sparrows fill their feath feathers
ers feathers with lut :iik1 tlien shake them themselves
selves themselves until they sire clean This Is
one of their wsiya of wnr-lilng. And
we have all watched the cnt lick her herself
self herself till she Is iotless und shining.
For her toilet the eat makes use of her
tongue, tall and her paws. A rat's
tongue Is rough, having all over It tiny
horny papUlae that lire .rected In Inward.
ward. Inward. Pussy brushes herself all over
with her tongue, using tlu hard rough
pads under her paws upon those parts
that are beyond the reach of her
tongue. Her claws she uses ns n comb
to take tangles and matted foreign
substances out of her fur. She also
picks her teeth with her claws.
The cat uses" the pads of her feet like
a sponge, moistening theta with sa-.
lira and passing theru repeatedly over
her head and face. Finally, to com complete
plete complete her toilet, she gives herselfa few

whisks with her bill.
Sone aulaials wash each other. Con
dors, vultures and eaglesftpr 'ii feast
of carrion Uy to the nearest water and
splash about In It until their fentheia
are clean. The care- that animals
which live together In communities
take to keep their homes Clan Is as
tonlshlng and Is well seen In the uests
of moles and esecialiy among the bees
and ants. New York World.
SAFETY FROM FIRE.
A Method For Insuring Escape From
a Crowded Buiiding.
In discussing the best means of emp emptying
tying emptying u loft or factory building of Its
occupants In time of fire or panic. IL
F. J. Porter, expert on safety from fire

and known ns the father of the fire
drill. ioInts out a method for solving

the escape from a crowded building.

This method Is a fire wall no arrang

ed on a building as practically to bisect

It- This wall rau't bC'Contlnimus from
cellar to roof and" le provided with

doorways on each Moor. tiosl by auto

matic fire doors. The li;i!ding mnst be

designed with tv. o set of pgnus facili

ties of ample proportions, one set looat

ed on each Ide of the wall accessible

from each floor
No fire Is at all likely to occur on
both sides of this tire wall simultane simultaneously,
ously, simultaneously, unless It is of Incendiary origin
Should n fire occur the alarm sounds,
and the occupants of the building on
the side where th tire is merely have
to pass through them and le perfectly
safe.
A fire drill ulll empty either side of
a building so eiuipjed. no matter how

many stories high, iu a minute. The
refugees remain In the Fafe side of the
building until the fire has been put out.
or they may at any time without baste
use the egress facilities provided there,
which would le .free from smoke or
fire. St. Paul Pioueer Press.

A Doctor's Prescription for Cough an

Effective Cough Treatment
One-fourth to one teaspoonful of

Dr. King's New Life Discovery, taken
as needed, will soothe and check
coughs, colds and the more danger dangerous
ous dangerous bronchial and lung ailments. You
can't afford to take the risk of serious

illness, when so cheap and simple a
remedy as Dr. King's New Discovery
is obtainable. Go to your druggist to today,
day, today, get a bottle of Dr. King's New

Discovery, start the treatment at

once. Yourwill be gratified for the re

lief and cure obtained. Ad. 1

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Manufactured for the pressing of

(f( y.!K. Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
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The pressure being direct, not sliding".

iv can not wear cr tear. Call and see

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' Ocala Sleam Laundry

Phone 101

402-401 South Main Sb

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I White Star Line Transfer Co,

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Teams For RcntUght and Ilea vy Hauling
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Packing, Storing, Shipping of Freight, Furniture, Pianos and Safes. 4

Baggage Service the Best.
We Sell BEAVER BOARD Superior to Plaster or Ceiling in

Quality and Price INVESTIGATE.

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COLLIER BROS. Proprietors.

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rmRY our Fresh Meat it will

ii please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
Also a fine line of Groceries.

If you want to purchase a new au automobile
tomobile automobile on easy payments, get the
information by addressing Box 164,
Ocala, Fla. C-19-12t

Nyal's White Liniment. Use it for

aches and pains, bruises and sprains.

Sold by Annex Drog Store. 16-tf

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JUNE 25. 1915

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OCALA OCCURENCES

l!i OCALA INDUSTRY

Success of the Knitting Mills Whose

-C:-;KKK:::r--"-" Excellent Goods Find

j Ready Sale
People laughed till they were tired; a few days ago a large delegation

Victor records at The Murray Co. 3t

WEATHER REPORT

Mr. E. K. Nelson of Tampa arrived
last night for- a two days' business
stay in Ocala and vicinity.
All sizea loose leaf memorandum
books at The Murray Company. 3t.

Messrs. Carl Deden, Bert Velor and
R. S. Tatum, business visitors from
Homestead for the past few days,
left today for South Florida in their
car.

Mr. T. D. Lancaster, Jr. returned
yesterday from a business visit to
Jacksonville.

at Charlie (Dopy) Chaplin's antics, from tho iarjon County Board of

at the Temple last niht. lie is uni-ITrafIe visited the Ocala Knitting;
que among funnyists. Another chap- j Tjlls in the afternoon. They found J
ter of "Runaway June" will bo s-nown the YO(m as busy as a beehive,!

this evening, and- three other iivei -th QVer a thousand dollars worth'

This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min R. F.
June 24 91 71 .C8
Local Forecast
Partly cloudy tonight, probably
showers northwest portion; Saturday
showers.

subjects beside.

Globe-Wernicke safes and cabinets
at The Murray Company. 2t.

Mr. R. T. Adams took great pleas-

of finished garments piled up about!

the place, ready for pressing and
boxing.
Some one ask'ed President George
Giles one day if they did not just buy

the goods and put their label on the

Besides being some hustling mer merchants,
chants, merchants, Messrs. Hayes & Guynn are
some fishermen. They went to Lake
Weir yesterday afternoon and their
neighbors are feasting on fine fresh
water trout today.
Mr. II. C. Petteway who arrived
last week f rom" Brooksvflle to take a
position in the law office of H. M.
Hampton is making his home at the
Colonial.

ure in handing the prizes promised j garments and call them "Ocala

to the commission men on the ball
team yesterday evening.- Mr. WiI?on
came first with the most runs, and
Mr. Oglesby scored two base hits.

Engraved cards and stationery at
The Murray Company. St.

Houses for rent on Daugherty
street, all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to A. G. Gates at Gates' Gar Garage.
age. Garage. 15-tf
Mr. A. E. Gerig says that consider considering
ing considering business conditions he is doing
mighty well selling Equitable insur insurance.
ance. insurance. He has a mighty solid com company
pany company to sell for.

Mr. Robert Davis, who has been in
the city for some weeks, the guest of
his brother, Mr. Wallace Davis, re returned
turned returned to his home in Orltindo yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Victrolas at The Murray Company.

Uncle Charlie Smith and Messrs.
Joe Bell and P. J. Theus had a very
successful fishing trip to Mud, Lake
yesterday. They caught forty or
fifty fine specimens of the finny tribe.

Dr. H. W. Henry is in
from Oklawaha today.

the city

"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is
made clean, sold clean and delivered
clean. Ask your grocer for Carter's
cake. tf

The alley up behind the Merchants'
block looks like a big garbage can
laid down on its side. Its a fine ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement for Ocala to the people
in the Coast Line parlor car who have
a good slant at it for twenty minutes
each' day.

Call and see the weekly war pic pictures
tures pictures from the London Graphic on
view at Williams' Candy and Cigar
Store, hole in the wall, on Magnolia
street. Home made cream candies,
20c and 3, boxes. Pure and de delicious.
licious. delicious. 26-lm

"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is
sold by all the leading grocers. Ask
for it. Eight ounces for 10c. tf

On Saturday and Monday, -16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol

lar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Thone 434. tf

Mr. E. K. Nelson, of Tampa, who
was some months ago appointed trus trustee
tee trustee for the property of the Home
bankrupt estate, is in the city today
settling up the affairs of the concern.

Mr. J. W. Jordan is circulating a
petition asking for appointment as
mail carrier on the new auto route
out of Ocala.

On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

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a new line in v
Snappy White Felts and Catchy Styles
in Hemps and Panamas
at Surprisingly low prices. Come while they last.
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the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing -yet
to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has f4uut 160
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellanoeus 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 knows
that he has got it alL
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT TOE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
.WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.

made." "Yes," said he, "we do in a
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way. we buy tnose nuge cases oi
thread you see there and those five-

pound spools of thread are the gar

ments as they come to us."

The Board of Trade delegation
found a dozen women, under the
supervision of Superintendent Harry
Booth all busily engaged and intel intelligently
ligently intelligently and skillfully operating as
many different machines, making sev several
eral several grades of knitted underwear
for both men, women and children,
workjng up the big spools of thread
as they come from the packing cases
into the finished garment, with the
silk facing or lace edging put on, the
labels sewed in, etc.
The sight o the mill was a revela revelation
tion revelation to most of the gentlemen. They
could scarcely realize that Ocala had
such an industry and examined the
work and watched each of the in

tricate machines performing its part
so rapidly. The most interesting
feature was the four big knitting
mills knitting huge circular webs at

the rate of about a foot a minute,
without any care or attention, appar

ently, except the general overlook
ing of the eagle eye of the superin

tendent, who looks after evrything

else as well.

Every bachelor in the party longed

for one of the little machines that
sews on the buttons so rapidly with
no "cussin" or broken thread or stuck
fingers or needles that can not be
threaded.
A member of the party asked Giles
if he was worried about disposing of
the output of his factory. He said he
was not in the least. That samples
of the finished product sent to the
manufacturers of the knitting- ma machines
chines machines brought letters expressing
surprise from them. They did not
know their machines could do such
fine work. Atmospheric conditions
(formerly a bugaboo in the extreme
south) have proven perfect in the
handling of the fine cotton twine or
thread, and lastly, large wholesale
houses in the east have expressed a
desire to take the entire output,
agreeing to guarantee all of the bills
and ship the goods to their custom customers
ers customers over the country.
. President Giles, however, is not an anticipating
ticipating anticipating doing this. He has sent
out circular letters to all merchants
in this state and Georgia from which
he has received many inquiries. When
his samples are ready, his goods
boxed and labeled, he will have as
many orders on hand as he can fill.
People all over this section of the
state, both white and colored, have
subscribed for the stock of the com company.
pany. company. Giles did not ask a soul to
take a dollar's worth of stock till the
factory was in full operation, turning
out a first class grade of knitted cot cotton
ton cotton garments. 'Now he is ready for

them and wants cooperation, encour

agement and financial aid and unless
all signs fail he will return the
stockholders liberal dividends on their
investment.
Already the factory is to be reck reckoned
oned reckoned with as an employer of labor.
The payroll now is more than $100
a week. He finds that colored- women,
used to sewing and cutting and handl handling
ing handling cotton and cotton twine, fall read readily
ily readily into the work and the operation of
the v different machines, and both he
and Manager Booth are very much
pleased with 'their work.
The Star predicts that the Ocala
Knitting Mills will be the forerunner
of some big things for Ocala.

Best Thing for a Bilious Attack
"On account of my confinement in

been a chronic sufferer from indiges

tion and liver trouble. A few weeks i

ago I had an attack that was so se

vere that I was not able to go to the

case for two days. Failing to get any

relief from other treatment, I took
three of Chamberlain's Tablets and

the next day I felt like a new man,"
writes H. C. Bailey, editor Carolina
News, Chapin, S. C. Obtainable ev

erywhere. Adv.

OCALA SEED STORE

A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
Shorts, Hay and Molasses feeds. Golf

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. C-19-eod-4t

Thirty-Six for 25 Cents

florid title and abstract corporation

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Neuralgia Pains Stopped
You don't need suffer those agoniz agonizing
ing agonizing nerve pains in the face, head, arm,
shoulders, chest and back. Just apply
a few drops of soothing Sloan's Lini Liniment;
ment; Liniment; lie quietly a few minutes. You
will get such relief and comfort! Life
and the world will look brighter. Get
a bottle today. 3 ounces for 25c., at
all druggists. Penetrates without
rubbing. Adv. 1
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf

Dr. King's New Life Pills 'are now
supplied in well-corked glass bottles,
containing 36 sugar-coated white
pills, for 25c. One pill with a glass of
water before retiring is an average
dose. Easy and pleasant to take. Ef Effective
fective Effective and positive in results. Cheap
and economical to use. Get a bottle
today, take a dose tonight your con constipation
stipation constipation will be relieved in the morn morning.
ing. morning. 36 for 25c at all druggists. Ad. 1
SEE 'lllls FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with

fresh vegetf jles, milk, and eggs, tf

Whooping Cough

"When my daughter had whooping
cough she couehed so hard at cne
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.
SAFETY FIRST

Don't weaken your health by allow

ing 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. lC-tf

The Affleck Millinary Parlor is pre

pared to meet your demand for any

thing dainty and artistic in midsum

mer creations. Mrs. Allegood will be
out for vacation by July 1st. Let us

have your order at once. 23-4t
The kind of candy she likes is Nor

ris! The Court Pharmacy sells it in
half and full pound packages. None

better. Ct

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

UNCALSSIFIEDADS

WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

LOST Today between the residence
of W. C. Blanchard on North Mag

nolia street and the Ocala House, a

Waterman fountain pen. Suitable

reward for its return to Ballard's
News Stand. 1-t.

FOR RENT Upstairs consisting of
three rooms and bath, furnished for
light housekeeping. Electric lights,
city and cistern water. Mrs. P. II.

Gillen, No. 1 S. 5th St. 21-tf

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 unfurnished,
or single furnished rooms. Mrs. A. M.

Perry, No. 19, Herbert street. tf6

AS A NUTRITIVE TONIC
One that contains the proper amount
of hypophosphites of iron, quinine and
strychnine, as a good tonic and for
the upbuilding of all forms of gen general
eral general debility, ORION HYPOPHOS HYPOPHOSPHITES
PHITES HYPOPHOSPHITES COMPOUND has no equal.
Three ounces 25c; full pint $1. Dis Distributed
tributed Distributed by Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. 22-6t

Trickly heat powder is the caper
for those aching, tired feet. Ask for
it at the Court Pharmacy. It's guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ct

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 mnv Ho v.o

by massaging the back with Cham
berlain's Liniment two or three times
a day. Try it. Obtainable every everywhere,
where, everywhere, Adv

FOR RENT Well located and! nlcelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
Ionial. 7-tf
ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with board at special sum-
mer rates.. Mrs. M. E- Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-1 mo.
FOR RENT Three 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, G14 E. Adams St. 2.1-Ct

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 immediate
diate immediate possession. Rent reasonable.
Apply to Mrs. O. T. Green, telephone
No. SS3. 21-Ct

FOR SALE Rountree wardrobe
trunk for traveling purposes; abso absolutely
lutely absolutely new; will sell at a bargain. P.
O. Box 491 or 'phone 517, city. 23-6t

YOU HAVE HEARD OF DRY GOODS SALES, CLOTHING SALES
AND SHOE SALES, BUT IT HAS BEEN A LONG
TIME SINCE YOU HAVE HEARD OF A

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tirely entirely too large and we have decided to

reduce it, and.reduce it quick.- In-, ord

to accomplish this end we
will make the folio wing
prices, for
on the days named below:

Satariay,- Jiie

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OLIVES AND OLIVT
2oc Bottle R. S.
Pimento Olives
15c Bottle R. S.
Pimento Olives. .... X
40c Bottle R. S. q -1
Queen Olives OlC
50c Bottle Pintoaine O r
Olive Oil OJC
ROYAL SCARLET
CANNED FRUITS
55c Tins Apriqots 0"?
for. ............. C
35c Tins Pears 97
for. i C
40c .Tins" on
Cherries CjLtC

STAPLE GOODS, WANTED AND
EVERYBODY

NEEDED BY

White Bacon
per pound
Lard Compound
per pound
Water Ground Meal
4 pounds for
Medium Tins Snowdrift
Lard for
Large Tins Snowdrift
Lard for
Small Tins Borden's
Evapted Milk, 6 for
Tall Tins Bordens Evap
Milk, 1 doz for
Hecker's Oat Meal,
2 packages for
No. 2 Tins Baltimore
Tomatoes 2 tins for. for.-No.
No. for.-No. 2 Tins Baltimore
Tomatoes, per doz..
No. 3 Tins Baltimore
Tomatoes, 2 tins for

12c
9c
10c
39c
99c
22c
85c
17c
15c
77c
21c

No 3 tins Baltimore
Toms,jper doz..

25c Tins. Brownie
Yellow' Peaches'. ....
15c Tins Red Line
Peas....'
15c Tins Red Line
Limas
25c Tins Sun-Kist
Asparagus
No. 1 Tins Red Line
Asparagus
7 Cakes Lenox Soap
for
20c Grade Roasted
Coffee, per pound .
15c Grade Green Coffee,
per pound
No. 21-2 Tins Silver
Lake Rhubarb.

$1.15

20c
11c
11c
19c
12c
25c
14c
12c
12c

ROYAL SCARLET
CANNED FISH, ETC

Tuna Fish

20c Tins

for..
20c Tins Salmon
for.........
15c Tins Dry Shrimp
for....
35c Tins Lobsters
for
20c Tins Little Neck
Clams for
I5c Tins Sardines
for

15c
15c
12c
25 c
16 c
12c

ROBIN HOOD
CANNED VEGETABLES
No. 2 Tins Lima -t A
Beans.. irC
No. 1 Tins June 1
Peai... 11C
No. 2 Tins Sweet in.
Peas", ....... .:. .... XOC
Noilins i Ol
Sweet Corn.,. OC
No. 2. Tins Okra and'
Tomatoes 1 1 C

10c
27c
10c

34c

OTHER GOOD
SPECIALS

5c Tins American Sar

dines, 3 tins for. .

35c Glass Finnan

Haddie

15c Tins Borgan Brand

Norway Sardines...

Swift's Brookfield But

ter, per pound

25c Bottle Olney's Cat- O

sup, per bottle A K

15c Bottle Olney's Cat- f r

sup, per bottle 1 C
10c Bottle Household Am- p
monia, per bottle uC

Qt. Mason's Jar Pure
Florida Honey
25c Glass Strained
Cranberry Sauce. .
15c Tin Tall Pink Salmon

20 c
19c
lie

These goods can't last long at
such prices, so get your order in
early to avoid disappointment.

ROBIN HOOD
CANNED FRUITS
30c. No. 2 1-2 Tin 3 Vj 'o
Pears i. OC
35c No. 2 1-2. Tin.
20c" No. 1 1-2 Tin f A
Vila te Cherries lsrC
20c Tin Pineapple ig
Chunks... IOC
25c Tins Black Oftp
Raspberries dltKjQ,

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Bags )L05
Bngs S415 I

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12-lb J(

Bags
24-lb AO-
Bags VCC f
90-ib -03 7ir I
Bags od I ci

Astonnding and Gratifying Record

During the short time
we have been selling
Stone's Wrapped Gates.
they have won such mer merited;
ited; merited; praise and gained so
enthusiastic users that
during May our sales total totaled
ed totaled 2544 CAKES

As attested by such a record hundreds of Ocala housewives

now know that these famous cakes cannot be excelled

ROYAL SCARLET
VEGETABLES
15c No. 1 Tins Lima 1
Beans IZiC
20c No. 2 Tins Lima 1
Beans IOC
25c No. 2 Tins String Ol
Beans 1C
25c No. 2 Tins Tiny Ol
Peas : 1C
15c No. 1 Tins Sweet 1 O
Peas JLC
15c Individual 11-
Peas UC
15c No. 2 1 1
Tomatoes -A AC
20c No. 3 1 Cr
Tomatoes JLJ
11c No. 1
Corn
30c Tins Asparagus Oj
Tips ZC
45c Tins Peeled Qfir
Asparagus OOC

in purity, wholesomeness. deliciousness. 6 kinds, each

EXTRA SPECIAL
To all customers purchasing $1 or more (for cash) during
the above named days we will sell (1 to a customer) a 50c.
Jardiniere Stand for 24c You must see these stands to
appreciate them. They are handy for many uses, such as a
flower stand, in the sick room, for the work basket, etc.

O. K. Teapot Grocery

OCALA.

PIIONE 1C

FLORIDA

WELL PERFORMED

Whether it is for complete plumb plumbing
ing plumbing work for a new house or a srriall
repair job, any service we perform
Ia-ge or small received the am(
careful attention and skilLfni handling
We have the experience, Ihe knowl knowledge
edge knowledge and the facilities to do any job
rght, iat the right figure. Get our
estimates.
T. HEEDHAM & SOUS
PHONE 523

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