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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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VOL.21.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1915
NO. 150
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

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Chicago, 'June 26. A general shut
down of Chicago's building industry
which it is said will throw more than
200,000 workers out of employment,
became effective today. Contractors
and labor leaders believe the shut
down is the beginning of one of the
greatest labor wars of recent years.
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SIXTEEN THOUSAND MEN VOT VOTED
ED VOTED TO STRIKE
The shut down was decided" on ,t a
meeting last night of representatives
of the allied building material inter interests,
ests, interests, as an answer to a referendum
vote of sixteen thousand striking car carpenters,
penters, carpenters, who def eateda proposal to
arbitrate.
QUEST AT EASTLAKE
Investigation by the Coroner's Jury
Was Rather Incomplete
The inquest at Eastlake of the kill killing
ing killing of the negro Bryan resulted in
the coroner's jury deciding that it
did not know who was responsible for
$he act..
It is likely that the jury didn't have
' the best facilities for arriving at any
other decision. But it neglected to do
the most' neessary thing, and the one
that would have been done first in al almost
most almost any inquest. It failed to have
the negro's body exhumed and the bul bullet
let bullet extracted.
Each, of the three deputies had a
gun of different make. If the bullet
in the negro's body does not fit any
of their guns it will be proof positive
that no one of them fired the fatal
shot. If it fits one of them, it will
clear the other two, and leave the
third to share the probability that he
or some negro in the gang did the
shooting.
Killing Bryan was second degree
murder. It will be a disgrace to Ma Marion
rion Marion county if it goes without further
investigation.
One incident that shows the officers
did not attach much importance at
the time to the killing of the negro is
that one of them informed Judge
Wynne on the morning after the
shooting that the man's body was
ready for burial, and that it wras not
necessary to. hold an inquest. It is
very strange that any officer of "the
law should think that a man who owres
Ins death to violence should be buried
without an inquest.
COUNTY DIVISION
SPEAKERS INVITED
Editor Star: Please announce that
the W. O. W. picnic held at Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship July 1st will also hear in the af afternoon
ternoon afternoon the speakers for and against
the proposed Bloxham county. A full
delegation from Williston will be on
hand. Ocala and other sections of
the county are requested to send a
full force to meet in the debate.
Richard W. Ervin,
C. C. Fellowship Camp W. O. W.
ORANGE LAKE BOAT RACES
The regular July boat races will
be held at Garrison Hammock on
Lochloosa Lake, next Thursday, July
1st. There will be four races three
class races in the morning with the
handicap in the afternoon, with picnic
dinner and fish fry; also speeches by
the future candidates for governor.
COME TO THE SUNSHINE CITY
Jf you want to keep cool and take a
plunge in the bay. You will find good
looms and board at $5 per week at
826 Central t. Petersburg,
Fla. Mrs. Li P. Eutler. 25-tf
Mr. Chester A. Fort, of the Marion
Furniture Co., says that his business
during June has been a real surprise
to him after hearing many business
men talk about slack trade. He says
that his business has been larger
than last year during the same period
- and far more satisfactory.

BY EMPLOYES IN A REFERENDUM ELECTION

OF TIE GREATEST
HAS BEGUfI
(Associated Press)
SEVEN INNINGS PLAYED WITH
MICANOPY IN SPITE OF FRE FREQUENT
QUENT FREQUENT SHOWERS
The Micanopy baseball. team arriv arrived
ed arrived on time Friday afternoon and pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to cross bats with the Ocala
boys on schedule tim Tie regular
baseball afternoon ra n alio arrived
on schedule time, and na'l ; the play players
ers players and some -of the spectators wish
they had on bathing suits.
The rocf is on the g.anJstand, how however,
ever, however, so only those slow to seek shel shelter
ter shelter failed to keep c:y. There was a
good crowd out; tio net so rr.any as
the day before.
Four innings were played before
the weather clerk 'pulled "th string,
and the 'next three wore pulled off be between
tween between "Shower baths. In the middle
of the seventh, hjwe-ver, the down downpour
pour downpour became persh tent, and the game
ended with the score five to three in
favor of Ocala.
Following is the game by innings:
First Inning
Micanopy: Wood send an easy roller
to Harris L. Thrasher flew out to
second, Hester reached first on an er error
ror error and Gates was hit by a pitched
ball.. Hester and Gates scored on
Watkins single over first"; R. Thrash Thrash-er
er Thrash-er flew out to left.
Ocala: Harris singled, Batts walked
and Davis reached first on an error,
Harris scoring. Zewadski struck out,
Dewey died on an easy grounder to
pitcher, Davis was caught and run
down between second and third, Batts
scoring on the play. ,.
Second Inning
Micanopy: B. Thrasher struck out,
Ruhl and Smith grounded out.
Ocala: Chazal flew out to left, An Anderson
derson Anderson grounded out to short and Gal-'
loway died on a grounder to second.
Third Inning
Micanopy: Wood was out on a
grounder to short, Thrasher was hit
by a pitched ball, Hester struck out.
Gates ended the inning with a long
fly to right field.
Ocala: Harris struck out. Batts
singled and stole second; Davis walk walked.
ed. walked. Batts" came in home when the
catcher dropped the ball and Davis
stole home when the pitcher threw
wild. Zewadski walked and stole sec second.
ond. second. Dewey hit a grounder to pitcher
who- threw to third to catch Zewad Zewadski
ski Zewadski but was too slow. The third
baseman threw to first in time to
catch Dewey.
Fourth Inning.
Micanopy: Watkins struck out, R.
Thrasher reached first on an error, B.
Thrasher struck out. Ruhl singled,
scoring R. Thrasher; Smith flew out
to center..
Ocala: Chazal flew out to left, An Anderson
derson Anderson reached first on an error, Gal Galloway
loway Galloway flew out to third. Anderson
3vas forced at first on Bullock's
grounder."5
Fifth Inning
Micanopy: Wood reached first when
Dewey threw wild but was. caught
napping. L. Thrasher and Hester
couldn't send the ball gany further
than the pitcher.
Ocala: Harris singled, Batts hit a
fly to second who caught Harris off
at first. Davis singled, Zewadski
singled and Dewey struck out."
Sixth Inning
Micanopy: Gates flew out to short.
Watkins struck out and R. Thrasher
died on a grounder.
Ocala: Chazal walked, Anderson
reached first on an error, Chazal go going
ing going to third. Galloway drove a long
fly to center and Chazal scored on the
throw in. Bullock .walked, but wras
caught at third on a fielder's choice.
Seventh Inning
Micanopy: B. Thrasher and' Ruhl
struck out. Smith singled and Wood
flew out to third. .Rain.

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AMERICAN LABOR WARS
MUCH SUFFFRiNG
C A RRANZA'S R EPRES ENXATI V ES
ON THE WAY TO CONFER
WITH HIM AT VERA
CRUZ'
( Associated I'rerj)
- Washington, June 26. Charles
Douglas and Eiiseo Arrendondo, Car Car-ranza's
ranza's Car-ranza's representatives here, left to today
day today for Vera Cruz to confer with
Gen. Carranja. It is understood the
object of their mission' is to try and
conciliate the warring factions.
y State department advices today an announce
nounce announce that Carranza has guaranteed
protection to non-combatants at Mex Mexico
ico Mexico City. There is no definite report
on the fighting atvMexico City.
ANGELES HAS IDEAS
Boston, June. 26. Gen. Felipe An Angeles,
geles, Angeles, Villa's right-hand man, has
"ideas for the pacification and rehabi rehabi-tation'
tation' rehabi-tation' of Mexico," which he will di divulge
vulge divulge to President Wilson, and to him
only, if opportunity offers.
AWFUL CONDITION OF AFFAIRS
New York, June 26. What is de described
scribed described by the American Red Cross
Society as an authoritative report
telling of an appalling state of affairs
as to crops in Mexico, is given out
here by that organization. Thousands
are on the brink cf starvation and
the coming crops lack 65 per cent of
being, up to the average.
SILVER MEDAL CONTEST
There was a silver medal contest at
the Griner Farm school house last
night which was enjoyed by a fair
sized 'crowd. The speakers, Mr. Sim Sim-monds
monds Sim-monds of Kendrick, Mr. Odus Radford
and Mr. Robert Suggs of Oak -and Mr.
Arthur Crago of Ocala, all did excep exceptionally
tionally exceptionally well and Robert Suggs car carried
ried carried off the medal on the recitation
"The Ship Went Down." Much in interest
terest interest is manifested in the contest
work in this section and we hope to
go on and on to higher -and better
things. These same young men will
speak in Ocala soon and everyone
should be interested in hearing them".
Mrs. G. D. W., Supt.
STARKE'S BALL TEAM
Will be in Ocala for a Game Next
Thursday
The Starke Telegraph of the 23th
says:
"Starke was defeated in a hard hard-fought
fought hard-fought game at Green Cove last
Thursday by the score of 4 to 2. This
makes a tie in the series between
Green Cove and Starke, each team
having won a game. The deciding
game will be played in the near fu future.
ture. future. That Starke has a popular ball
team this year was shown by the
number of fans who journeyed over to
Green Cove last Thursday to witness
the game. On Thursday, July 1,
Starke will play at Ocala and it is ex expected
pected expected that the streets of Starke will
be deserted that day."
Clarence Higginbotham, the boy
who was take. up here about two
weeks ago, has returned to his home
in Arcadia. The boy is a smart young
fellow, with no great fault, but a dis disposition
position disposition to try and see the world by
' himself. His father, Mr. E. E. Higgin
botham, is a respected citizen of Ar Arcadia,
cadia, Arcadia, and the boy also has relatives
and friends among some of Ocala's
best people.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf

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Atlanta, June 26. All the near near-beer
beer near-beer saloons and locker clubs are clos closed
ed closed here today. The night watch of
police jare held at the station for ex extra
tra extra duty and a militia guard still sur surrounds
rounds surrounds Governor Slaton's country
home, in the effort of the authorities
to forestall any trouble today or to tonight
night tonight which might result from possi possible
ble possible demonstrations over Slaton's com commutation
mutation commutation of Leo Frank's sentence.
Slaton's term expired at noon today,
when Governor Harris was inaugurat inaugurated.
ed. inaugurated. Every thing was quiet early to today.
day. today. HOSTILE DEMONSTRATION TO
SLATON AT INAUGURATION
OF HARRIS
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Atlanta, June 26. Twenty-six men
were brought to the county jail this
morning by militia men guarding
Governor Slaton's country estate. The
militia said the men arrested were
trying to enter the governor's estate
last night. j
It is reported the men exchanged
shots with the guardsmen. It is stat stated
ed stated several pistols and clubs were
taken from the prisoners.
Nat E. Harris was inaugurated
governor of Georgia at noon today.
When Governor Slaton rose to hand
the state seal to Governor Harris a
hostile demonstration occurred in the
galleries.
RURAL DELIVERY AUTO ROUTE
Out of Ocala will be Put in Operation
in August
The postoffice has received author authority
ity authority to establish a rural delivery motor
route, effective August 1st, 1915, to
be known as route A. Starting at the
postoffice the j carrier will' go:
Thenco ::'.: Miles
West via Broadway and Martel
road .. .'. 2.
South and southwest via Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's corner to Strickland's cor corner
ner corner 1.50
South to Smith's corner.. 5.4
Southerly to Charter Oak road. 4.7
East to Orange avenue road... 1.9
North to P. O. on Orange ave avenue
nue avenue road 11.5
East on Oklawaha avenue and
Silver Springs road to Fort
King church 3.3
South, east and southeast to
. Newman's corner 1.
Southerly to Ocala and Graham-
ville road 2.5
Southeast and east to Capulet
corner 2.
North to baseline corner 1.6
Northwesterly to Knight corner. 3.7
West and northwest to Oak. cor corner
ner corner 4.5
West to Anthony road... 1.5
Southwest and south to P. O... 5.3
Length, 52.4
The order for establishment of this
service will be postponed or rescinded
unless a certificate can be sent by the
postmaster at Ocala to the depart department
ment department at Washington before July 18,
1915, to the effect that at least 210
families have qualified as patrons
either by erecting approved boxes on
the proposed line of travel or filing
with the postmaster at Ocala written
agreements that they will join with
others in the use of boxes, in accord accordance
ance accordance with the postal laws and regu regulations.
lations. regulations. Patrons should advise with
the postmaster at Ocala immediately
about this. Patrons will be guarded
against the purchase of boxes ontil
they can be assured that the full
number required to insure establish establishment
ment establishment of the service will be erected.
Immediate action will have to be tak taken
en taken by the prospective patrons of this
route to insure its establishment.
The carrier is scheduled to leave
Ocala at 7:30 a. m. and to return by
2 p. m. Salary $1500.
R. F. Rogers, P. M.
Mr. W. J. Crosby of Citra was
calling on his Ocala friends today.
Mr. Crosby doesn't know where the
decision of the supreme court on the
grandfather clause in the Oklahoma
case leaves us. Its the Star's opinion
that it leaves us out. However, Mr.
Crosby needn't worry he has done his
duty in the matter. i:c
Engraved cards and stationery at
, The Murray Company. . 3t.

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RESLA LEADS
THE DACE
OF FAMOUS AUTO DRIVERS ON
THE CHICAGO SPEEDWAY
(Associated Press)
Chicago, June 26. Twenty-one of
the most famous drivers of the world
started this morning in a 500-mile au automobile
tomobile automobile race on the speedway here.
E. Cooper made 104 miles in an
hour, a new competitive record. Coop Cooper
er Cooper was leading at a hundred and
twenty miles.
s
, REST A LEADS THE RACE
Resta was leading the automobile
races at two hundred miles.
J. M. BARCO
At 3 o'clock this afternoon, Mr. W.
K. Zewadski received a telegram from
Miami, announcing the death of Mr.
J. M. Barco.
Mr. Barco lived in Ocala several
years and was an excellent citizen. He
was here only a few weeks ago, on
his way to Miami, to visit his son at
whose home he died. His death will
be greatly regretted.
nARRY THAW POPULAR
IN NEW HAMPSHIRE
Citizens of Granite State who Hare
Been His Neighbors Believe Him
, ";. To be Sane
New York, June 26. Yesterday, on
the ninth anniversary of the' killing of
Stanford White, his slayer, Harry K.
Thaw, was described at the trial to
test his sanity as a man who was pcr pcr-pectly
pectly pcr-pectly rational, most kind, generous
and charitable, and declared to be a
man of broad intellect, worthy of be being
ing being introduced into the best social
circles. His eulogists consisted of
dozens of men and women whom he
met during his lengthy sojourn in the
state of New Hampshire after his sen sensational
sational sensational escape from Matteawan in
1913. They came to New York to re request
quest request Thaw's lawyers to do the best
they could to obtain his release, they
admitted, in order to show their con confidence
fidence confidence in Thaw. Their belief is firm
that he should be freed as a sane man.
More than one of those who testi testified
fied testified today stated that sentiment in
New Hampshire was strongly favor favorable
able favorable to Thaw. Thaw's attorneys now
expect to conclude their side of the
case by Monday with the testimony
of three alienists who have thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly examined Thaw asto his sanity.
The latest development in the inves investigation
tigation investigation came when Justice Hendrick
granted an order for the commission
to examine President Emeritus Eliot,
of Harvard University, as to the rea reasons
sons reasons for Thaw's expulsion from Har Harvard
vard Harvard during the year of 1892.
IN THE WAR TO TnE END
France Appropriates Big Money to
Pay for Fighting
Paris, June 26. The bill appro appropriating
priating appropriating 5,500,000 francs to cover gov government
ernment government expenses for the three
months beginning July 1, was passed
almost unanimously in the chamber of
deputies yesterday. Alexander Ribot,
French minister of finance, in a speech
for the "bill prior to its passage, said
the people of France would go to the
end, no matter how long the war
might last.
Mr. S. J. McCully, county demon demonstration
stration demonstration agent for the department of
agriculture, is in the city today. He
says that the corn crop in Marion
county will be far ahead of any pre previous
vious previous year in her history, thanks to
the interest taken in the matter by
the federal authorities in sending ex experts
perts experts to the state for the past few
years. He is now at work on plans
for having the enjire crop kiln dried,
which will not only save a great quan quantity
tity quantity from corn weevil, but will also
put it in shape for keeping an indefi indefinite
nite indefinite time.

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(Associated Press)

London, June 26. With breathless
expectancy reflecting the momentary
pause on both the great battle fronts,
the British are awaiting the next
play on the European chessboard. It
is conceded the next move is Ger Germany's
many's Germany's and that it will probably be
against Warsaw, Paris or Calais.
German activity reported in the Ar Ar-gonne
gonne Ar-gonne may possibly mean a drive to towards
wards towards Paris. Closing the Belgian
frontier may mean a transfer of Ger Germans
mans Germans from the eastern front for an
attempt on Calais. It is reported that
the Germans are taking big guns from
Essen for the Warsaw fight.
RUSSIANS AND TEUTONS STRUG STRUGGLE
GLE STRUGGLE FIERCELY ALONG THE
DNEISTER RIVER
According to the latest Russian offi official
cial official statement the left bank of the
Dniester has been entirely cleared of
Teutonic troops, who forced their
way across the Deister at two points
early this week, but Austro-Germans
are making desperate efforts to effect
a passage elsewhere bridging opera operations
tions operations have begun by the Germans and
Austrians south of Bukaszewic, where
the battle is still raging. Nearly ev everywhere
erywhere everywhere else along the eastern front,
Petrograd reports the Teuton drive
has been checked.
TURKISH LOSSES TREMENDOUS
From the Dardanelles come3 re reports,
ports, reports, of enormous Turkish losses in
defending the Gallipoli peninsula from
the allies.
ITALIANS CONSOLIDATE ALONG
THE ISONZO
The Italians claim to be consolidat consolidating
ing consolidating the positions they have won on
the Isonzo.
SOCIALISTS URGE FIRST STEPS
Be Taken by Germany to Secure
World Peace
(Associated Press)
London, June 26. The Berlin Wor Wor-waertz
waertz Wor-waertz today published a full page ap appeal
peal appeal for peace, emanating from the
socialist democratic party of Ger Germany.
many. Germany. It says Germany has shown
she is unconquerable and urges Ger
many to take the first step3 to secure
world peace.
The fourteenth chapter of "Run "Runaway
away "Runaway June" at the Temple last night
was the most thrilling of any, and
was viewed by big houses. The last
number will be shown next Friday
night. This evening, the Temple will
give its patrons a look into Ameri American
can American history, with a two-reel Edison
story of the Boston tea party. There
will ajso be a Vitagraph drama, a
Lubin comedy and the Pathe News.
The clerks at Gerig's drugstore
went out in the alley back of the
Merchants block this morning and
polished off their section of that un un-ornamental
ornamental un-ornamental part of the city. If all the
others whose places of business back
on "Paradise Alley" will follow suit, it
will be a great and salubrious im improvement.
provement. improvement. Mr. Jos. W. Dodge is doing a fire
job of painting on the courthouse
dome. It looks better than new.
One of our prominent business men
has planted his back yard full of po potatoes.
tatoes. potatoes. He sets an excellent example.
One of Ocala's few, drawbacks H a
scarcity of places for ducks to swim
in. This is partly remedied by the
nctle lake that forms at the north northwest
west northwest corner of the square, right by
the curb at Cam's feed store, every
time there is a heavy rain.
You take no chances in getting
shrimp and crabs at RodofTs as he
receives thm dirert from the sea
each afternoon. Call at Heatings
Buffet, or phone 22. tf

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ARE SEE IfIG AMERIUA
Our People this Year are Unable to
Spend Time and Money in
Europe
Washington, June 26. Money here heretofore
tofore heretofore expended by American tourists
to Europe, estimated by Secretary
Lane at $100,000,000 or more annual annually,
ly, annually, is this year being spent in the
United States, according to a state statement
ment statement issued by him today.
Secretary Lane's statement was
based upon reports received at the
interior department showing, it was
said, an unprecedented public interest
in the national parks of the west as
indicated by the big increase in the
number of visitors this year over pre previous
vious previous years.
"The department," said Secretary
Lane, "is gratified with the public in interest
terest interest in the developrnent'cf the great
national parks. The .number of visit visitors
ors visitors has been steadily increasing, but
this summer's travel will be far
ahead of other seasons. As the mag magnitude,
nitude, magnitude, beauty and healthfulness of
the parks are better understood, it
may be expected that the travel to
th?m will rapidly increase. Thus the
damage caused by the war is being
neutralized by inducing Americans to
spend their vacation money at home.
The whole country is the gainer by
this intermingling of the people."
SAVED LUXEMBURG
FROM STARVATION
France Allows Little Durhy to be
Supplied with Food
Paris, June 26. The arrival of the
first consignment from Switzerland of
foodstuffs' to be supplied to Luxem Luxemburg
burg Luxemburg until the harvest is reaped caus caused
ed caused general rejoicing in the grand grand-duchy.
duchy. grand-duchy. The situation has been des desperate
perate desperate for some time. The Luxemburg
government sought relief through the
American committee for relief in Bel Belgium,
gium, Belgium, which, however, was powerless
to act as it lacked the cooperation of
Great Britain and Germany. France,
however, always was sympathetic to toward
ward toward her French-spthking neighbor
and readily consented to supply the
needs of the people by way of Switz Switzerland
erland Switzerland under proper guarantees. These
have been furnished in the way of
Swiss officers who accompany every
train.
Mr. J. L. Smith, of Martel, has just
returned from a prospecting tour of
different sections of the state, and
says that Old Marion is too far ahead
of anything he has seen to be even
considered in the same class.
Mes?rs. Walter redrick, A. S. Pick Pickett
ett Pickett and fon Hester, and J. L. Hall re returned
turned returned Friday from Summer Haven,
where they had a week of good sport
with the hook and line. Summer Hav Haven
en Haven is fourteen miles north of St. Au Augustine
gustine Augustine on the coast,, and these gen gentlemen
tlemen gentlemen fay that for rel sport it is the
limit.
Mrs. T M. Chiles apd daughter.
Mi? Tannie, passed thru Ocala today
en route from St. Petersburg to their
old home at Paris, Te nn. Mrs. Chiles is
Mrs. John F. Thompson's mother and
lived in Ocala for a number of years.
Ocala's Etreeti and business houses
presented a lively appearance today
and trade was exceptionally good.
Mr. T. D. DlHon, the 'well known
painter, left this afternoon for St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, where he -vill remain for
some time and fol! his trade.
OCALA SEED STORE
A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
Shorts, Hay and Molasses feeds. "tf

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OCALA EVENING STAR SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1915

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTING EH & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
K. R, Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II, Benjamin, Editor

Entered at Ocr', Fla., pustofflce as secona clas3 matter.

PHONE 51

Jacksonville from St. Petersburg
says: "R. L. West, of the J. B. Mc Mc-Crary
Crary Mc-Crary Company, was asked for a
statement concerning the meeting on
June 30 and he declared this meeting
to be of vital importance, meaning as
it does, many hundreds of dollars in
or out of the pockets of the taxpay taxpayers
ers taxpayers according to whether or not the
present freight rates are reduced.
The rates on sand, brick, lime, cement,
stone and all other road material
which now obtain are inequitable."

ANCIENT MEDICAL SKILL.

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SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
One year, m advance. .... $5.00

Iz months, in advance. . .
Three months, In advance...
Ous month, in advance.....

2.50
1.25
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(Foreign)
One year- In advance Jd.OO
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance 80

In France and Britain they call
wounded soldiers "the nobility of
suffering."

One of our prominent growers says
cantaloupe prices have been better
the last day or so.

It is very likely that thousands of
Mexicans are on the brink of starva starvation,
tion, starvation, but they seem to be able to raise
the coin to buy arms and ammunition.

more of a criem for a negro to shoot
craps than it is for white men to
match coins, yet white men match for
the drinks or the cigars, or some
other petty matter, in every barroom
or at every soda fountain in Ocala,
or any other Florida city, and are
never molested.

Our good friend of the Ocala Star

is advised that the writer of the edi

torial in the Telegraph regarding the

convict farm i3 not altogether famil

Commutation of Leo Frank's sen-'iar with the Ocala section and based

The Star is sorry to learn tljat the

Florida railroad has financial trou troubles.
bles. troubles. It i3 really and truly a Florida
road, built by Florida men. It was
the intention of the men who built it
to build into Femandina. This would
have given that city another railroad,
and would have given the road a sea seaport.
port. seaport. The men who control the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard and thru the Seaboard the im important
portant important port of Femandina, did not
want any competition, so they made a
fight against the little home-made
railway, and they seem to have pre prevailed.
vailed. prevailed. If the business men of North
Florida had combined for the help of
that useful railway ,they could have
enabled it to build into Femandina,

which would have been the best thing

they could have done for themselves
They sat still and let the big corpora

tion shut out the little one, and now

they also will stay shut out.

tence has caused Tom Watson to
erupt again. Tom shows so much
bitterness against anything he dis dislikes
likes dislikes that his judgment can't be trusted.

Bank Examiner E. P. Thagard is in
town, attending to business and shak

ing hands with his numerous friends, j Marion Farms are concerned, we are

his interrogatories on the story of a

farm somewhere in Marion county
that a few years ago sank deep below
the surface. We are ready to admit
that Ocala is one of the prettiest and
most progressive towns in Florida,
surrounded by splendid fruit growing
and agricultural lands. So far as the

Mr. Thagard is a candidate for con controller,
troller, controller, and has Marion county solidly
behind him.)

Meantime, "Uncle Steve" looks like
a sure thing. Tampa Tribune.
.-"We can't help feeling sorry for the
Tribune. We know it gave it a pang
to print the foregoing very logical
. paragraph.
Something like the Swiss system
for our army, plenty of submarines
for our navy and plenty of aeroplanes

for both, and. our country would be
safe from foreign aggression and do domestic
mestic domestic tyranny.
" In the course of the last fifty years,
the financial fortunes of the United
States have become bound up to a
much larger extent with those of
Britain and France than with those
of Germany. This is not our fault,
but it adds to the German ill feeling
against us.

Nath. Bryan "jess laffs." Tampa
Tribune. .
Nay, Pauline; Nat has better sense.
He saws wood and will say nothing
till Che proper time. No public man
in Florida has talked less than Senator.-Bryan
since he took his seat in
the Senate. But he works.

A Florida visitor writes the Tampa
Tribune that he needed an overcoat
and furs to watch over the 'exposition
in San Francisco. That explains the
trouble with California oranges which
have no furs. Times-Union.
The foregoing remark ought to
hold the Californians a while.

advised that this is a fine property.
The area is undoubtedly too small for
the maintenance of 1,200 to 1,500 con convicts,
victs, convicts, and it is possible that the acre acreage
age acreage bought in Bradford county for a
convict farm is unnecessarily large. It
is quite impossible to have all public
matters transacted just to suit the
judgment of all. At all events, it is
unnecessary for the Star and the Tel Telegraph
egraph Telegraph to fall out over the Lindsay
report. So far as the quality of the

lands embraced in the Bradford coun

ty purchase is concerned the report

was grossly misleading. There are
no finer lands in Florida than those

bought by the state in the county for
a convict farm. Superintendent Pur Purvis,
vis, Purvis, who has always been partial to

the Marion Farms property, will bear

out this statement. Starke Tele

graph.

All right, 'Gene; well forgive you

this time; be more careful the next

one. You depart from your custom

ary policy when you make uncautious
statements. Regarding the Marion

county farm that you say a few years
ago sank deep below the surface, al although
though although we have lived and helped

chronicle the news of this section for
nearly 23 years, we never heard of it.
Some years ago, a few square feet of
ground caved in, taking with it a cor corner
ner corner of a house. If there' has been any
other "sink" of a like extent in the
county; we did not hear of it.'.

There is much indignation among

some of the leading citizens of the

Park because of a raid made by offi

cials of the sheriff's office Saturday

night. It seems that five negroes, all
of them servants Of prominent citi

zens, were indulging in a little card
game, when the deputy sheriff swoop

ed down and grabbed them on the

charge -of gambling. It is evident

that they were vicious gamblers, for
when the bunch was searched the of officers
ficers officers found four dimes and two
nickels. They could not be tried be before
fore before local officials, but had to be drag

ged to Arcadia, where Judge Bell im imposed
posed imposed fines and costs aggregating
$135.35. These fines were all paid by
prominent citizens of Avon Park.
Avon Park Leader.
This iniquitous system is in full
swing thruout Florida and is a re reproach
proach reproach to the state.

Tmru Had Clever PhyIcian and Sur Surgeon
geon Surgeon Ages Ago.
Both cocaine and quinine were first

discovered and used by the prehistoric

inhabitants of Peru. Ecuador and Bo Bolivia.
livia. Bolivia. A cup made from the wood of
the tree yielding quinine was filled
with water and allowed to 6tand over overnight.
night. overnight. In the morning the liquid had
become saturated with the medicinal
properties possessed by the wood and
its bitter contents were drunk. The

J quassia cups sold In drug stores in thU

country aunng tne past century were
the early method used to administer
quinine.
The leaf from the tree giving cocaine
Is chewed today by the Indians living
in the mountainous districts, of Peru.
Ecuador and Bolivia. It acts as a
heart stimulant In those high altitudes
and deadens the pangs of bunker -so
frequently felt by the half starved na natives.
tives. natives. The Chum us. who lived in Peru, ac according
cording according to gome authorities. 'JO-'.-rt
years before Christ and whose domin dominions
ions dominions extended Into Bolivia, Ecuador
and parts of Brazil and Colombia, had
a pharmacopoeia of their own. Mot
of the articles used by them as medi medicines
cines medicines aeons ago are used by the physi physician
cian physician of today. Their surgeons were
highly skilled too. 1 hare seen skulls
dug up In their old cemeteries that
showed their owners during life had
been Injured many times in battle by
blunt Instruments, presumably cluhs.
and their lives had been saved by
trephining. I recall one skull with four

silver plates, several with three, very
many with two and hundreds with one.
Leslie's Weekly.

People to Meet June 29 and Put their
2 i

Cemetery in Order

j We will, clean off the cemetery at!

I Fellowship on Tuesday, June 20th,
! and we want everyLody that is inter

ested there to come and come prepar prepared
ed prepared to spend the day.
Stephens.

POTTER PRESS AT A BARGAIN

SKILL OF THE BEAVER.

As a Canal Digger He Is an Engineer of
Rare Ability.
According to a legend, the beaver Is
supposed to be a reincarnation of man,
put back on earth to expiate past of offenses
fenses offenses by work, and In some of the
early drawings it la depicted with the
face of a man. And when we consider
its extraordinary Intelligence and skill
as woodcutter, engineer (dam and ca canal
nal canal maker), house builder and food
storer the notion does not seem at
all farfetched. Describing the canals
which the; animals make by scooping
out the earth with their hands, A. R.
Dugmore in the Romance of the Bea Beaver"
ver" Beaver" remarks:
"It might be presumed that these ca canals
nals canals are only run through level coun country,
try, country, but here Is the greatest evidence
of the engineering ability of the bea

vers: They build their canals uphill by

means of weirs or dams, the distance

This ofFVe i installing a new pres3
and will dispo.-e of its Potter cylinder
press at a bargain. The press is in i
excellent working order and it is the,
pre- on v.hich all of our book, cir-j
cular and pamphlet work is being'
done. Price. ?2"0, loaded on car at i
Ocala. Delivery must be made when,
new preps is installed, sometime be-'
tween July 1st and 10th. If interest-j
od communicate with at once. You j
will not nrjra:n have such a bargain of offered,
fered, offered, d&w The Star, Ocala.

How

Mrs. Ilarrod Cot Rid
Stomach Trouble

of Her

"I FufTered with stomach trouble
for years .md tried everything I

heard of, but the only relief I got was
temporary until Inst spring I sawj
Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and

procured a bottle of them at our drug
store, I got immediate relief from
that dreadful heaviness after eating
and from pt.-n in the stomach,"
writes Mrs. Linda Ilarrod, Fort
Wayne, Ind. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.

Russia, the unprepared, today .pre .presents
sents .presents a spectacle of a country fight fighting
ing fighting the most efficient' army that has

ever been gathered together on the between them varying according to the

battlefields of the world, with little in gradient. Yet they never work uphill
the way of arms and modem ammuni- unless it Is made absolutely necessary

tion. Russia ought to be a great ob- by the contour of the land. The width

iect lesson to unDreDared. serene. these canals is usually about three

"Decimate" is derived from a Latin
word, which means one in ten. When
a Roman legion mutinied, it was cus customary
tomary customary to punish it by picking out
every tenth man and putting him to
death. The word is being used a
good deal by writers of the present
war to describe far heavier losses.
An organization that comes off with
the loss of one-tenth of its men in a
Jbattle of this war escapes lightly.

If Germany really feels so badly
about our furnishing arms and muni munitions
tions munitions to the allies, one would think
she would protestagainst it. Colum Columbia
bia Columbia State.
As Germany has sold arms to half
the world, including some enemies of
the United States, in the last half
century, her government is not likely

to make itself ridiculous by such a

protest.

If the officers of the law believe
that the negro Bryan was killed by an another
other another negro, they should hunt the
murderer down and bring him to jus justice.
tice. justice. Murder is becommg entirely
too common a form of amusement in
Marion county. The foreman of the
Atlantic Coast Line construction
gang can undoubtedly give the officers
a full description of the men working
under him at the time, and it should
not be a very difficult task to round
them all up. The Star is informed
that the said foreman has said that
he is positive that there were no pis pistols
tols pistols among his workmen, but he
might have been mistaken.

.Socialist leaders in the German par parliament
liament parliament made it known Friday in no
uncertain terms that they want peace.
They declare their party will give
solid support to their country as long
as it is threatened by its enemies, but
it emphatically rejects carrying on
the- war for purposes of annexation.
They will probably have to do their
best fighting to prevent a part of
Germany from being annexed before
peace arrives.

The commission men' who have
made things lively around the hotels
for the last three weeks are begin beginning
ning beginning to follow the cropline northward.
Their next stand will be on the lati latitude
tude latitude of Live Oak. They are a lively
and liberal bunch, and the evils of
the commission business are not due
to them individually, but to the sys system.
tem. system. Almost any one of them would
take genuine pleasure in giving a
farmer top price for melons and truck
if his house would stand for it.

somnolent America. Jacksonville Metropolis.

To which may be added that Russia

is much better able to cope with Ger

many than the United States would

be to cope with even a more unpre unprepared
pared unprepared nation than Russia.
WORK FOR THE FAIR

feet, with a depth from one to three
feet, seldom deeper except when small
pools are made, evidently with the Idea
of providing a hiding place In the event
of danger. The direction of the canals

must necessarily be variable. Wher

ever conditions are favorable' they are
as straight as though laid out by hu

man engineers, but when there is any
advantage to be gained by curves they

make curves."

The following letter was addressed
by Mrs. Caroline Moorhead, superin

tendent of the domestic department of

The Almanao Trust,
The sale of almanacs was once a lu-

rmtlTn tnnnnnolv. Oun I'lixillf ll

the Marion County Fair Association, graced the sole right to publish "al "alto
to "alto each of her assistants: manses and nrocrnosticatlons" to Ue

Dear Co-Workers: As time is sol Stationers company, and James I. ex-

rapidly passing I am reminded of our tended the privilege to the universities
obligation to the Marion County Fair of Oxford end Cambridge, but for cen cen-Association,
Association, cen-Association, and to the people of our turies only these three liodles were per

county in general. muiea l, TOPnieu ,eulu"ra-

You have been named as one of my UUUV 7, . :

co-workers, and it becomes our united

withholding permission to Issue calen-

duty to work with a hearty will to the darea 8urvIvilU perhaps, from days

end that the fair of 1915 will be the
very best held in the history of our

county.
In view of this we must not pro procrastinate,
crastinate, procrastinate, but begin right now by

soliciting exhibits and doing all in

our power to create a spirit of ad

vancement. In soliciting don't fail to

make a light of all the exhibits prom

ised. Let us lend our every influence

when kings asserted their right to res

ulate all thinin. including even the

times and treasons was definitely dl

proved and proclaimed nonexistent

Now anybody can say who's who any

where. Londou Spectator.

Munchausen.

The Travels of Baron Munchausen.'

as we have them, are a compound from
jrrput varletr. of sources. The first

toward bringing together this and the installment, which professes to be

adjoining counties in one great gath- based on the real baron's own tales, is

ering of our people and let the object! scarcely a quarter of the whole, and

of this meeting be to enjoy the dis- even this has been traced in great part

nlav of m-oducts from our countv in to various German. Italian and 1 ortu

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NOTICE
. Bid.-; will be received at the meet meeting
ing meeting of the county commissioners July
C-th, en making copies of plats in- ac accordance
cordance accordance with specifications on file in
clerk's- office.
W. D. Carn, Chairman.

P. II. Nugent, Clerk. 21-13t

Mclver & MacKay

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It is suspected that Powell of the
Clearwater Sun and Benjamin of the
Oeala Star print in their daily edi editions
tions editions some kind remarks about the
Herald, but send the Herald their
weekly editions with all editorial re remarks
marks remarks omitted. Punta Gorda Herald.
The Star puts about two-thirds of
its editorial into its weekly, and some-

The law by which a boy orma man
can be sentenced to the chain gang
for stealing a ride on a train ought
to be repealed. Such a law is a dis disgrace
grace disgrace to this state or any other state.
It is brutal and unjust and is a sur survival
vival survival of barbarism. It is no crime to
steal a ride on a train. Criminals
often ride in this way, but they should
be punished for their real crimes and

not for stealing a passage on a train.

It Is the business of the train crew to
see that no one rides free of charge
and to put off the train anybody who
attempts it. Bronson Times-Democrat.
Several other laws need changing
as badly as this one.

Marion county has a vast quantity

j of "roadway material" in its own

times when, the editor looks at six or (limits, so it is not as much dependent

eight columns of the guff he has writ-
ten in the course of a week, it almost
galvanizes his conscience into life.

The verdict of the coroner's jury at
Eastlake will not change the opinion
of the people of this county about the
practice of raiding camps, farms and
construction trains and dragging ne negro
gro negro workmen off to the county seat
to be tried for very trivial offenses.
As the Star has said, its out and out
persecution of the negroe3 and an un unjustifiable
justifiable unjustifiable annoyance to their employ employers,
ers, employers, who have to pay their workmen
out or let their work stop. It is no

on a lower freight rate as the other
counties that will be represented at

the Tallahassee meeting of June 30

Marion, however, is always ready to

help others, which is one of the best

ways in the world to Kelp oneself.
Pinellas county is greatly interested,
as the people down there have to im import
port import nearly all their road-making ma material.
terial. material. On the occasion of his recent

visit to Ocala, W. L. Straub, the dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished editor of the St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg Times, congratulated Marion

county on its abundance of road ma material,
terial, material, and spoke of the scarcity of the

same in Pinellas. A special to" the

all lines domestic, agricultural and

educational, interwoven with the
higher arts and spiced with innocent

amusements.

Remember that inasmuch as your

name is one of those on which much

depends, you should not neglect this
your solemn obligation to the success

of the fair of 1915.

Mr. A. C. Cobb has recently been

elected secretary of the association,
which fact is most encouraging and

meets with the approval of all those

interested in the success of the fair.

Caroline II. Moorehead,
Supt. Domestic Dept.
Members of the Committee

Caroline H. Moorehead, chair

man; Mrs. J. D. Rooney, Mrs. L. E.

Yonce, Mrs. J. H. Spencer, Mrs. Fred

Cook, Mrs. Jake Brown, Mrs. M. II.

Stovall.

SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC

AT FLEMINGTON CHURCII

guese origins. Afterward the author
cribbed avowedly from Lucia n and
added a second volume intended as a

satire on Bruce's "Travels.- Most of
the early editions-were entitled -Gulli

ver Revived; or, the Vice -of Lying
Properly Exposed London Tatler.

How It Works Out.
"P1I never forget the favor you have

done me, said the man who doesn't

mind asking for what he wants.

"Don't say .that. replied the cold

blooded person. -When a man keeps
brooding over an obligation he's al almost
most almost sure to get resentful Instead of

appreciative. Washington Star.

He Was.
"Jane, what time is ItT called down

the Irate father.

-I don't know, pa. The clock isn't

going."

"But I am. spoke up the you 115
man. who could take a hint. Detroit
Free Press.

Saturday, July 3

There will be a Sunday school pic

nic at Flemington church Saturday,

July 3, and all are invited to come

and have a good time.
FOR SALE

Paradoxical.
She These functions are so unn.it

ural, people pretending to be soinethlnz

that tbey really aren't, lie We!!, that's

natural. Puck.

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Is a Regular "Bonanza" for Insects.
They thrive and breed like "wildfire." No mat matter
ter matter if your house is screened, Roaches, Moths, Flies
and Mosquitoes will get in. These filthy carriers of
discomfort and disease will give you trouble unless
you combat them. Don't give 'em a chance USE
FEN OLE, that cleanly spray, that peerless house household
hold household disinfectant and insect destroyer.
FENOLE
Is sold in Ocala by
Mclver & Mackay, O. K. Tea Pot Grocery,
Tydings Drug Co., The Court Pharmacy,
Smith Grocery Co., Ollie Mordis

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WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF FEK0LE PRODUCTS

Thought for the Day
Our chief want in life is somebody
who shall make us do what we can.
This is the service of a friend, with
him we are easily great. How he
flings wide the doors of existence!
What an understanding we have! How
few words are needed! It is the only
real society. Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Miss Helen Wilkinson and Mr.
Roland L. Wilkinson, who have been
visiting at Newberry, returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday to Blitchton for another visit
at the home of Dr. S. H. Blitch be before
fore before leaving for their home in St. Pe Petersburg.
tersburg. Petersburg.
Mrs. E. P. Rentz left this afternoon
for Glenn to visit Mr. Rentz and Mr.
Jim Rentz.
One of the charming social affairs
in Jacksonville yesterday was given
by a former popular Ocala matron,
Mrs. B. W. Blount. Mrs. Blount en entertained
tertained entertained in honor of Miss Okie
Painter, whose marriage to Mr. S. F.
Williams will be an event of next
week.
'
Mrs. M. G. Juhan has returned from
a ten days' visit to Dunnellon.
Mr. S. S. Reed of Oakland" City,
Ind.f who has been spending the wa watermelon
termelon watermelon sehson at the Colonial, left
today for Thomasville.
Mrs. S. G. Moyers, who is in the
city spending the summer with her
mother, Mrs. Edward Badger, leaves
tomorrow for an over-night visit in
Tampa. Her trip will bo of particular
pleasure and interest for her sole

purpose of going is to see her latest
motion picture play "The Two Sen Sentences"
tences" Sentences" presented tomorrow evening
at the Bonita theater. Mrs. Moyers
has received many high compliments,
from the press and general public, on
her plays and those who have seen
"When Queenie Comes Back" and
"The Two Sentences" will learn with
interest that the gifted writer has

other plays that will shortly follow.
Miss Eloise Godbold left recently
for Citra where she will enjoy a stay
of several weeks, the guest of her
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Dupree. Times-Union.
Miss Isabelle Livingston left Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday for St. Augustine, where she
will enjoy a stay of some length, the
guest of friends and relatives. Miss
Livingston -will be among the out-of-town
guests at the marriage of her
cousin, Miss Frances Hopkins, and
Mr. James D. Ingram, of this city and
St. Augustine, which will take place
there on the evening of June 30.
Times-Union.
Miss Livingston was a visitor to
Ocala when her brother, Mr. Gay Liv Livingston
ingston Livingston was married to Miss Alta
Pearson. Miss Hopkins, the bride bride-elect,
elect, bride-elect, is a cousin to Mrs. E. M. How Howard.
ard. Howard. v
Mrs. J. A. Frazier and two sons of
Boca Grande have arrived for a visit
of three weeks to Mrs. Frazier's sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. Joe Davis.
.
Mr. W. T. Gary has returned from a
fortnight visit to his family at Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona Beach.

Carson, whose marriage to Dr. Roy
Chalker of Lake City, occurs on June
30. The house was prettily decorated
in flowers and pink hearts were strung
about the living room, typifying the
significance of the affair. Suspended
from the chandelier was an invested

parasol into which the guests placed
their gifts for the bride-to-be. When
all had arrived Miss Carson was seat seated
ed seated in a chair beneath the parasol and
a ribbon attached to the parasol was j
pulled, dropping the gifts in a shower
about her. Refreshments of pink and
white ice cream, carrying out the

color scheme were served with pink
mints and cake.
Motion Picture Pmrty
Yesterday Miss Christine Close was
the attractive young hostess to a mo motion
tion motion picture party which she arrang arranged
ed arranged in compliment to her cousins, Miss

es Catharine and Franklin Parker of

Tampa. After a pleasant hour and a
half spent at the Temple, the hostess

invited her guests to the Court Phar

macy, where ice cream and sofe

drinks were enjoyed. From the drug

store the crowd returned to the home

of the hostess aunt, Mrs. E. H. Mar
tin, where the guests assembled be

fore going to the theater. Miss Chris

tine's guests were Catharine and

Franklin Parker, Marguerite Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, Elizabeth and Margaret Hock-

er, Theo and Virginia Beckham, Ethel
and Elizabeth Home, Mildred and J.
W. Crosby, Jr., Cornelia and Harry

Dozier, John and Mary Troxler, Mary

Christine Cassels and Mary Cam.

Mrs. George Close and Mrs. Martin

chaperoned the little folks.

Miss Ada Sanders, who is visiting

her aunt, Mrs. L. T. Izlar, will go to
Candler Tuesday for a visit to Mrs.

Charles Mathews.
Wednesday night, at their pretty
home,-108 Bay avenue, north, Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Emerson entertained the
500 club, of which they are members.
The home was prettily decorated for
the occasion and the time passed most
pleasantly. Gainesville Sun.
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Miss Ruth Keating left Wednesday
for Interlaken, Mass., where she will
have a position as attendant at the
children's fresh air home. Daytona
Gazette.

When you have money deposit it with usithtn
when you need additional money we can let you
have it. Ask our customers if we do not take care
of them when money is scarce.
Now is the time to open an account and estab establish
lish establish credit for the future. We invite you to write
or call.

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Put Tom- &&. in the Star.

Mrs. G. K. Williams and Miss Edith
Williams are week-end guests of Mrs.
D. E. Mclver at Lako Weir, motoring
down this afternoon with Mr. Mclver.
Little Miss Mary Seymour of Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, who has been a guest at the
home of her uncle, Mr. B. H. Seymour,
has gone to Kissimmee to visit rela relatives
tives relatives before returning home.

Mrs. Belle Mershon leaves Monday (

for Kissimmee to visit her relatives,
Editor and Mrs. W. B. Harris for sev several
eral several weeks.
Miss Margaret Taylor, who since
the close of the Valdosta normal
school in Valdosta, has been teaching
primary methods at the summer
school held in that city, returned home
today.

Dr. J. F. McKinnon of Orlando, is
a week-end guest at the home of his
cousin, Mr. Baxter Cam, arriving to today.
day. today. Dr. McKinnon will occupy the
pulpit for the morning and evening
services at the Presbyterian church
tomorrow.
Mrs. C. J. Thompson of Webster,
formerly Miss Charlie Jeffords of this
city and her two children have gone to
Tampa to spend the summer with her
mother, Mrs. Jeffords.

Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Davis of Zuber

are planning to go to Lake Weir in

July for an extended sojourn. Ac

companying them will be a number of
relatives from various Florida points.
Mr. P. C RoVlgers of Daytona, who
is well known to the Ocala crowd who
frequent the beach, has gone to Mas Massachusetts
sachusetts Massachusetts to visit his mother and
sister for several weeks.
A pretty party in the Kissimmee so social
cial social calendar for last week was given
by a former popular Ocala girl. Of
the event the Valley-Gazette says:
Mrs. G. R. Livingston entertained last
Saturday afternoon at her home with

a linen shower for Miss

As the result of the anti-cigarette
contest held in the different churches
on Sunday June 20, which was anti anti-narcotic
narcotic anti-narcotic day in the Sunday schools,
the "Cigarette Must Go Medal' will
be awarded tomorrow morning to
Whildon Gilmore, of the Presbyterian
church; Herschel Roberts, in the
Christian; Jesse Cowdrick, in the
Methodist; Kenneth Stroman, in the
Baptist; and William Wilks in the
North Ocala Union church. These

children are helping to fight this great

foe to the boys.
Miss Annie Mae Close left this af after
ter after noon for Tampa, to visit her
grandmother, Mrs. E. M. Gray, until

Tuesday.

Mrs. F. M. Parker and Misses
Franklin and Catharine Parker, of
Tampa, have concluded a pleasant
visit to Mrs. George Close, and are
guests, for several days, of Mr. and
Mrs. E. II. Martin, before leaving for
home.
ar
Miss Martha Kate Rentz will go to
Lake Weir Tuesday to visit Miss
Eloise Henry and Miss Blair Woodrow.
When she returns home she will be
accompanied by Miss Woodrow and
her visitor, Miss Franklin Harney,
who will be her guests for a week.

Mr. William Hocker has returned
from a three weeks stay at Mount
Clemens, Mich., and a visit to rela relatives
tives relatives in Kentucky.

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'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, s'uch 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 announcements.
Sold by all the leading grocers.

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NEAR POSTOFPICE

NORTH MAIN ST.,

BLITCHTON

Blitchton, June 24. Mr. Boyd Akin

is spending some time in Ocala.

Mr. and Mrs. B. C Blitch spent the

week-end at Pleasant Hill.

Messrs. S. J. Blitch, Minor Sistrunk

and J. Randal of Montbrook were

Monday visitors.

Miss Emma Eklay of Bay Lake left

Monday after a ten days visit as the
guest of Miss Legie Blitch.

Miss Louise Culpepper left Wed

nesday for White Springs, where she
will spend some time before return

ing to her home in Atlanta.

Mr. James Saunders is visiting at
Newberry.
Miss Leola Priest of Morristcn and
Miss Edith Curry of Lakeland, are
guests of relatives here.
Mr. W. P. Hammons and Miss Ro Ro-wena
wena Ro-wena Hammons returned home Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday from Arcadia.
Mr. B. A. Hammons of Barberville
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wr. P.
Hammons.
Messrs. J. W. Coulter, B. It. Blitch,
B. C. Blitch and Dr. Blitch visited

Ocala Monday.

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
Slate. County and City Depository.

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

Methodist
(Rev. J. M. Gross, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Preaching.
3 p. m. Junior League.
6:30 p. m. Senior League.
7:45 p. m. Preaching.
All cordially invited. Strangers
always welcome.
Presbyterian
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning service. Preach Preaching
ing Preaching by Rev. J. F. McKinnon.
ing by Rev. J. P. McMillan.
2:30 p. m. Junior Mission Society.
7:30 p. m. Evening service. Ser Sermon
mon Sermon by Rev. J. F. McKinnon.
Episcopal
7:30 a. m. Holy Communion.

9:30 a. ro. Sunday School.
10:15 a. m. Morning Prayer and
sermon.
7:30 p. m. Evening Prayer and
short talk on prayer book.

McLEOD-CRAWFORD

Mr. Willis McLeod of Galloway,

Fla., and Miss Anna Crawford of
Center Hill, were quietly married at
the court house last Saturday, Clerk
W. N. Potter performing the cere ceremony.
mony. ceremony. The happy couple have the best
wishes of a large circle of friends.
Bushnell Times.

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

SAVES DAUGHTER
Ariee of Holier no Doult Pre Prevent
vent Prevent DingHler' Untimely End.

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ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR

OCALA, FLORIDA
ENTIRELY REMODELED
RATESECS?- 75c to 51,50 NO IHGOER
Dining: Room with Moderate prices
NOW OPEN.
Room Without Bath 75c.
Running Water in Every Room in the House
ELECTRIC ELEVATOIi 8ERVICIi PHONES IN ALL IUKI3IS
LOUIS W. LONG, Prop.
The only Hotel on the Square

ROOM AND-BATH FOR A DOLLAR

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Globe-Wernicke safes and cabinets

Elizabeth 'at The Murray Company. St.

Ready, Ky. I was not able to do
anything for nearly $:x months," writes
Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and
was down in bed for three months.
I cannot tell you how I suffered with
my head, ana with nervousness and
womanly troubles.
Our family doctor told my husband he
could not do me any good, and he had
to give it up. We tried anolher doctor,
but he did not help me.
At last, my mother advised me to take
Cardui, the woman's tonic. 1 thought
it was no use for 1 was nearly dead aad
nothing seemed to do me any good. But
I took eleven bottles, and now 1 am able
to do all of my work and my own

washing.
1 think Cardui is the best medicrae in
the world. Mr weight has increased,
and I look the picture of health.
If rou suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui
today. Delay is dangerous. We know
it will help you, for it has helped so
many thousands of other weak women
in the past 50 years.
At all druggists.
H'rHt tt Chaamnooc l(diein Co- L
ldrisory D-. Chnnoorm. Term., tor
fmxtrmctim OH TOUT CAM 64-p bOO; "?rTJ
Tru&Qt for Women.' ta pt&m wra.ppr. n.C 1&J

PEDRO
Pedro, June 24. One of the most
severe rains of the season fell here
yesterday.' For nearly three years it
was almost a solid sheet of water.
When the rain ceased ponds could be
seen everywhere.
Tuesday Mr. Willie Grimes had the
misfortune to lose one of his best
horses. Mr. J. R. Dunn of Ocala was
called but got here too late to save
the animal.
Miss Pearl Proctor, little sister and
brother of Orlando are visiting their

grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alf Proc Proctor.
tor. Proctor. Mr. T. C Connell is an Ocala vis visitor
itor visitor today.
An ice cream supper given at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Perry last
t"; i : v r i t 1

A""Y -u. writes H. C. Bailey, editor C
crowd, several from Oxford and Dal- News, Chapin, S. C. Olullrc c
las attending. Everybody had a de-' erywher.
liphtful tie, playing games and eat- r"
ing cream. v VECEJARLES. MILK A'.D :
Mr. Alf Proctor loaded two cars off from our own farm di'y. -.
fine melons this week. I and day. Merchant's Cafe. if

AS A NUTRITIVE TONIC

One that contains the proper amount
of hypophosphiles of iron, quinine and
strychnine, as a good tonic end for
the upbuilding of all forms of gen general
eral general debility, ORION HYPOPIIOS HYPOPIIOS-PHITES
PHITES HYPOPIIOS-PHITES COMPOUND las r,o equal.
Three our.ce3 2.".; full pint $1. Dis Distributed
tributed Distributed by Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. 22-Ct

Best Thing for a Bilious Attack
"On account of my cor.flneraent in
the printing office I have for vers
been a chronic sufferer from indlr---tion
r.rnl liver trouble. A few v,c?: -ago
I had an attack that was s r -vere
that I was not able to go t: t.
ca?e for two day. Failing to .i r.r r.r-relief
relief r.r-relief from other treatment, -1 t
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CJCALA ETTNINO STAB, SATURDAY. JUNE 26. 1915

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I OCALA OCCURENCES

Victor records at The Murray Co. 3t
Mr. W. M. Gist of Mcintosh is in
town.
Col. Edwin Spencer is in the city
today from Belleview.
All sizes loose leaf memorandum
books at The" Murray Company. 3t.
Houses for rent on Daugherty
street, all modem conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to A. G. Gates at Gates' Gar Garage.
age. Garage. 15-tf
Mr. Harry McCully, of Berlin, is
among the prominent young Marion
county farmers in town today.
"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is
made clean, sold clean and delivered
clean. Ask your grocer for Carter's
cake.' tf
Mr. M. G. Davis, of Zuber, is among
the visitors in the county's metropolis
today.
"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is
sold by all the leading grocers. Ask
for it. Eight ounces for 10c. tf
Mr. W. T. Gary returned today
from a week's stay with his family at
Daytona Beach, where they are spend spending
ing spending the summer.
On Saturday ana Monday, 16
pounds cf sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Mr. J. W. Davis, of Summerfield, is
spending the week end with his family
here.
or plumbing and electrical work
see II. W. Tucker. Phone 300 i
Use Nyal's family remedies." All
goodgood for all. Sold by Annex
Drug Store. 16-tf
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tl
V. K. Iiane, M T., Physician and
Burgeon, speH;4lst Eye, Ear, Xoso
and Throat. Iaw Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.
Loose leaf memorandum books at
The Murray Company. 3t.
The Affleck Millinary Parlor is pre prepared
pared prepared to meet your demand foj 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
Mr. Robert Caldwell, of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, is here for a visit of several
weeks with his father, Mr. Frank J.
Caldwell.
Nyal's White Liniment. Use it for
aches and pains, bruises and sprains.
Sold by Annex Drug Store. 16-tf
Mason Tison, last night, was show
ing a roll of currency big enough to
choke a cow. He raked it in. on his
cantaloupe shipments.
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 Zrn. boxes. Pure and de delicious.
licious. delicious. 26-lm
The many friends in Marion of Dr.
W. V. Newsom will be glad to learn
that his sojourn at Clearwater is very
beneficial to him.
Mr. J. F. Parker, of Leroy, is among
the visitors in the city today. He
is unalterably and eternally against
being voted out of Marion county by
the new Bloxham county movement,
and says if hard work on the part of
Hand his neighbors avail anything
he wTuTlve and die in Marion county.
ATTENTION
GROWERS
We are prepared to attend
to your wants for harvesting
your crops at re a s o ii a b 1 e
prices.
"ENTERPRISE" Canning eulHI.
. THREE SIZES
CARLOAD No. 1 and 2 Tans
Tomato Wrappers & Fruil Jars
IN ANY QUANTITY
Picking Baskets
MclVER & MacKAY
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WEATHER REPORT
This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov-
cmment
June 1
Max
Min
G4
70
G9
C4
G4
C5
C9
R.F.
75
88
...02
85
....... 8G
. 85
, 89
, ..93
95
, 92
.52.
June
2
3
5
G
7
.04
June
June
June
June
.02
June 8
June 9
June 10
June 11
73
70
03
G3
CG
67
G9
70
70
71
69
68
75
71
67
71
70
June 12 94
June 13
June 14
June 15
June 16
June 17
June 18
, 92
93
93
...88
......87
.30
a
...83
June 19 .94
June 20
98
June 21 94
June 22 99
June 23 90
June 24 91
June 25 83
.01
1.74
.68
.31
LocaJ Forecast
Fair tonight; showers Sunday.
The Woodmen had their regular
They had a good attendance, and all
a x 1
necessary Dusiness was iransacieu.
The many friends of Dr. W. K.
Lane, who has been quite sick for
over two weeks, are glad to see him
out again.
No. 39, Coast Line, was 29 minutes
late today. The agent didn't avail him
self of the 30-minute rule, but chalked
the time up on the bulletin board as
soon as he obtained it. Seaboard,
please take notice.
Mr. Arthur Hodge of Montbrook is
in town.-
That remark we made about the al
ley back of the Merchants' block hit
the spot. There are several other
places around town that look as bad
and some worse, though hardly any
other is as much in public view. If
the city and property owners don't
clean them up, we are going to say
things about them.
Ed. F. Coney, popular lumber sales
man with headquarters at Clearwa
ter, is here today transacting business
and is registered at the Royal. Royal.-Tampa
Tampa Royal.-Tampa Times.
Albert Bearden returned Tuesday
from Ocala, where he has been visit
ing relatives for -the past week.
Kissimmee Gazette.
Mr. W. H. McRainey of Wildwood,
was in the city today.
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Seymour and a
party of friends went out to Silver
Springs this morning, chartered a
boat and spent the day fishing and
picnicking down the run.
Mrs. J. W. Kea visited her Ocala
friends today.
Miss Mary Connor was here from
Gainesville today, to attend to busi
ness affairs and see her Ocala friends,
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries, fo
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Mr. W. J. Hilands has been called
to Chicago to confer with some Swed
ish bankers who are contemplating
joining the Chicago bankers in build
ing the Ft. Myers, Lauderdale and
Miami railroad.
Lame Dack
Lame back is usually due to rheu
matism of the muscles-of the back
I Hard working "people are most likely
i to suffer from it. Relief may be had
I by massaging the back with Cham
berlain s Liniment two or three times
a day. Try it. Obtainable every
where. Adv.
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
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR
WHAT OCALA WANTS
A Statement from One of Our Well-
Known Citizens
Stop right here this is the proof
you've been seeking. Sir. Ashley, a
well-known Ocala citizen, gladly
states his opinion of Doan's Kidney
Pills for the benefit of his fellow
townsmen. His story is one you can
easily investigate. Read it.
IL J. Ashley, prop., of the Ashley
Sheet Metal Works, Ocala. says: "I
used Doan's Kidney Pills,v procured
at Gerig's Drug Store, and found
them to be just as represented They
soon relieved nie of backache and
disordered kidneys. I think if taken
as directed, Doan's Kidney Pills, will
cure most any ordinary ca?e of "kid "kidney
ney "kidney complaint and I don't hesitate
giving my name praising them."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Ashley had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 1

Is Not Surgry, but Delayed Sur

gery, That Fails to Cure."
That cancer Is at first a local growth
and not a general disease of the sys system
tem system Is now clearly established. This
fact Is of the utmost iinpotance, since
In holds out a high hope of cure If the
malignant growth is removed before
It has time to spread to other parts of
the body. Cancer beginning In one spot
later appears elsewhere, because small
particles or cells are carried away
from the first site and start other
growths, not because there exists pre
viously some poison in the blood which
causes' the disease to break out in
different parts of the body. The great
hope of cure, therefore, lies In remov removing
ing removing cahcer entirely from the system be before
fore before It has a chance to spread from Its
first foothold.
The reason why so many people
came to believe that cancer was a
blood disease Is doubtless because It
was observed to come again In the
same or other parts of the body after
having been apparently cut out. It
was natural to assume that rrhen the
disease kept coming back In this man manner
ner manner there must be some cause or taint
In the blood which led to its breaking
out in different places much like cer certain
tain certain skin diseases.
The trouble which started this falla fallacious
cious fallacious reasoning was that In those
earlier days cancer was not so well
understood as It now Is. Surgeons
then did the best they knew how, but
without the advantages of modern
methods they were unable successfully
to exterminate the disease. The micro microscope
scope microscope has now shown us the paths by
which cancer cells Rtart their invasion
of the body if the first and local ap appearance
pearance appearance is neglected. Modern sur surgeons
geons surgeons are. therefore, repeatedly suc
cessful In removing the disease once
for "all. As an eminent American
doctor has well said, "It is not surgery.
but delayed surgery, that falls to, cure.
OUR CALENDAR IMPERFECT.
Under the Present System a Day Is
Lost Every 2,500 Years.
Many people are dissatisfied with the
calendar. They propose to take it back
and change it. They would have to go
back to an act of the British parlia
ment In lrl that Is. English speak
Ing folk would and then still farther
into the recesses of time. It was that
statute which later led American
schoolboys into doubt as to whether
Georire Washington was born on Feb.
22 or Feb.' IL Eleven days were lost
between Julius Caesar -and George
Wasbinfrton. but that hardly seems ap
palling enough after all to Justify so
many preachments on the subject of
lost time, does it? The way things are
arranged now It will be 2.500 years or
more before we lose another day.
The scientist however. Is never satis
fled with anything less than accuracy.
and he wants a perfect calendar. 7 He
has taken his Ideas of reform Into the
leertslatures of several nations.- but
nothlnz has happened yet Reform Is
sure to get. Into trouble, anyway, when
it cets into politics. But truth, crusnea
to earth, shall rise again, and maybe
the dream of the scientist will come
true.' The first day of every month
wlil fall on the first day of the week,
and so forth. The printed calendar
wbich comes from the Insurance com company
pany company or the grocery store will be Just
as good one year as another, and the
months will be all alike.- Probably: a
more durable form will be Invented, o
that it will last-a lifetime; be moved
from house to house with the rest of
the furniture and be handed down to
future generations as an heirloom.
Time, with such a calendar, wouldn't
seem so flighty. Philadelphia Ledger.
Natura: Question. M v
"1 will wash mine hands in inno inno-cency,'"
cency,'" inno-cency,'" said infant class Hilda, mem memorizing
orizing memorizing her Sunday school lesson.
"What Is Innocency, mamma? Ia It
a new kind of soap?"
UNCALSSIFIEDADS
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Five-room cottage with
modern conveniences, gas, electricity,
baths, etc. Apply to Mrs. Jake Brown,
North Tuscawilla street, or phone
162. 26-tf
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
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
FOR RENT "Well located and nlcelj
' furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
nousekeeping. Inquire at the Co
loniaL 7-tf
ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer 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, 614 E. Adams St. 23-6t
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. 383. 21-Ct
FOR" SALF. 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

An Interesting Letter from a Former
Floridian in Far Away
Washington
Montesano, Wash., June 17.
Board of Trade, Ocala, Fla.
Gentlemen: This is a far-away
country from Florida. From the fact
that I have property interests in Ma Marion
rion Marion county, many questions are ask asked
ed asked by those who are not entirely sat satisfied
isfied satisfied here, or for some reasons wish

to know more of the orange region of
the South. In this locality, at least,
it is conceded by those who know
both California and Florida, that
Florida oranges and grapefruit are
better than from California. Distance
seems to be the reason for using the
California product. Information is
frequently asked of me concerning lo
calities, prices, etc., of land, products
grown, prices and kinds of stock, etc.,
in fact, information that is reliable
for a prospective settler. If you can
send a small quantity of descriptive
matter, I will try to make good use of
it.
As you will see from the heading
of this paper I ajn in the motion pic picture
ture picture business. I came here a year
ago last February. A few days ago
we leased the business to an acquain acquaintance,
tance, acquaintance, which I expect will be the
means of letting me again visit Flor
ida soon. I still own a half interest
in the opera house in which the pic
ture business is running.
That Florida fruit leads in the
west, I will just note one instance
that came to me personally. I was in
Denver, Col., and, as was my custom,

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Loans Discounts, Collections, Exchange, Letters of Credits Interest on
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features of our service.
You sh uld keep an active account with us, and enjoy the service of this
strong financial institution.

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I always admired the large stocks of
fruit, especially the grapefruit. I saw
a large sign, "Florida Grapefruit." I
said, "That strikes me." "Yes," the
proprietor said, "its better than the
California fruit. "How do you sell
such? "Ten and fifteen cents a
piece." "Good, I have been looking
all day for some Florida grapefruit;
let me see one of them." He took the
wrapper off and handed one to me.
"No, I want one with the wrapper," I
said. He reluctantly handed another
with a wrapper on it marked "Cali "California."
fornia." "California." I bought three, paid for
them. "Now, I said, "haul down that
sign or I'll call an oulcer." And the
sign disappeared. I don't know
whether it went up again or not, but
the "Florida" sign evidently was a

e: -The New 1915 Maxwell "25" is the
biggest automobile value ever offered for
less than- $1,000. Our production of
60,000 cars makes the new price of $695
fully equipped (with 17 new features)
possible.
Here are the 17 New Features

1. Pxlr stream-line body.
2. Adjustable front seat.
3. Sims high-tension magneton
4. Three-quarter elliptic rear springs.
5. Tire brackets on rear.
6. Spring tension fan.
7. Kingston carburetor.
8. Clear-Vision Wind Shield.
t. Foot-rest for accelerator pedaL
10. Tafl lights, with license brackets
attached.
1 1. Gasoline tank located under dash cowL
12. Crown fenders with all rivets concealed.

Automobile experts have refused to believe that anyone could produce a
full-grown five-passenger really beautifully equipped car a car with real
high-tension magneto a car with sliding gear transmission left-hand drive
center control, a car with practically every high-priced car feature for less
than $1,000.
Here it is Here is a real automobile. Here is the easiest car to drive
in the world here is the greatest aIl-around hill climbing car in the world-Here-
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With Electric Self-Starter and Electric Lights
$55 Extra
R. R. CARROLL, Agt.,
For .Marlon County
OCALA, - - - FLORIDA

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good catch or it would not have been J
there.
, Some of the board may know me. If ;
not my place is at Eastlake, where
two of my boys are located on Lake
Weir. Respectfully submitted,
W. E. Fosnot. i

Whooping Ccugh
"When my daughter had whooping
cough she coue-hed 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 rem-iy
iy rem-iy she was entirely well," writes
Mrs. S. F. Grimes, Crooksville, Ohio.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Victrolas at The Murray Company.

13. Head lights braced by rod running
between lamps.
14. Famous make of anti-fi'jd tires on rear
wheels.
15. Gracefully rounded, doubla-ahell radi
ator equipped with shock absorbing
device.
16. Instrument board, carrying speedo
meter, carburetor adjustment, and
gasoline filler.
17. Improved steering gear; epark and
' throttle control on quadrant under
steering wheel; electric born button
mounted on end of quadrant.

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SAFETY FIRST
Don't weaken your health by allow allowing
ing allowing yourself to become constipated.
Take a mild, sure laxative. Nyal's
Figscn 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. lG-tf
NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT
If you want to purchase a new au automobile
tomobile automobile on easy payments, get the
information by addressing Box
Ocala, Fla. 6-19-12t
Id,
SEE TliK FARM on the Silver
Springs road which' furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every, day with
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