The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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ASSOCIATED
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SERVICE
VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1915
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FICHTI1 CONTINUES BLOODY
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London, June 29.- The Russian cen center
ter center in Galicia is rapidly reforming
behind the river. Gnila Lipa, before
General Von Linsingen's drive across
the Dniester. The Russian retreat has
,. strengthened the Austro-German line
and consolidated the Teuton hold on
Lemberg.
FRUITLESS FIGHTING ON THE
WESTERN FRONT
Fruitless fighting is reported on the
western front where there, is little
vigorous activity except between Ar Arras
ras Arras and the sea, where the bombard bombardment
ment bombardment of French positions has been
continuous. The expected German
troops from the eastern front have
not arrived at the western.
The French report progress be between
tween between Angres and Ablain.
ITALIANS PRESS AUSTRIANS
The Italian advance is slow, but it
is believed more Austrian troops from
Galicia, are necessary, unless Austria
is willing to surrender the seaport of
Trieste. .
WASTING AMMUNITION
Anglo-French troops on the Galli Galli-poli
poli Galli-poli peninsula are bombarding the
Turkish right wing without result,
according to the Turkish official'-re-.
port.
THWART AUSTRIAN ATTEMPT
TO DRIVE THRU
With the line of the Dniester north
of HalicK evacuated by the- Russians,
the main field of contention seems to
be north of -Lemberg. The Russians
admit the continued advance of the
Teutons in southern Russian Poland.
The Russians report they have pre prevented
vented prevented a determined Austrian attempt
to drive through.
RUSSIANS DRIVEN ACROSS THE
RIVER
Berlin, June 29. -An official state statement
ment statement from the German army head headquarters
quarters headquarters .today announces that the
Austro-Germans are now on Russian
territory north of Lemberg. It also
states that General Von Linsingen has
driven the Russians acros sthe Gnil Gnil-afipa
afipa Gnil-afipa river.
PRESSED BACK INTO POLAND
The Germans report today the Rus Russians
sians Russians retreating from Lemberg have
been driven as far north as Towas-
zow, in Russian Poland. Militai-y ob observers
servers observers believe the Russians will
make a stand-along the river Bug.
WORKING FOR ALMOST
STARVATION WAGES
Are Women of Germany, Says the
Socialist Organ
(Associated Press)
Amsterdam, June 24. A consider considerable
able considerable part of Germany's efforts are
now being concentrated upon prepa preparations
rations preparations for the campaign next wint winter.
er. winter. Women in large numbers are be being
ing being employed in sewing new furs for
the army," while those used last win winter,
ter, winter, which were carefully collected,
are being renovated and repaired at
the supply depots.
In connection with this work, the
Vorwearts complains that "starvation
wages" are being paid to many of the
employed women. Needlewomen that
'work from twelve to fourteen hours
daily can only earn about thirty cents
a day, says the newspaper; owing to
the contract system which is employ employed.
ed. employed. :.
W. K. Lane, M. T., TTiysIcIan and
Surgeon, RpecJ?isr Kye, Kar, 'ose
anrl Throat. Law Library .Bulldln
Ocala, Fla. --
Nyal's White Liniment. Use it for
aches and pains, bruises and sprains.
Sold f y Annex Drug Store. 16-tf
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf j

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PERSIST III THEIR STRUGGLE FOR GALICIA

BUI UilDECIflfD AIL ALONG
BAR0AI1ELLES MIS
(Associated Press)
HUTS I T
It Will Tax the People of the New
County Beyond their Means to
Pay Expenses
Its all very "good to have a nice lit little
tle little county of your own, with your own
officers and courthouse. Particularly
is it nice for the officers and the towp
the courthouse is in. But it. is the
people out in the country who have to
foot the bills. In a good many things,
a little county costs as much as a big
one, and to pay the cost ten thousand
people will have to be taxed four
times as much as forty thousand. The
following from the veteran tax as assessor,
sessor, assessor, Alfred Ayer, will give the peo people
ple people of the proposed new county an
idea of the staggering load they will
be expected to carry:
Editor Star: The proposed line will
cut from Marion 204 sections -130,-
000 acres assessed on the 1914 books
at $416,710, 12.330 of which has been
certified to the state for non-payment
of taxes.
As the lines cut several precincts,
its hard to tell just on which side of it
parties live who own lands in both
counties. It is therefore impossible to
figure out the assessments on per personal
sonal personal property to the cent but I have
figured it near enough to know that
the assessment on personal property,
including railroads, that it will get,
cannot bring the total amount up to
more than a half million dollars.
The promoters of Bloxham county
claim that they have an assessed val valuation
uation valuation of two and a half million dol dollars
lars dollars to derive their revenue from,
half of which they said would come
from Marion. We have every reason
to believe that Levy -county will pan
out about like Marion, and that Blox Bloxham
ham Bloxham county will have less than half
the assessed valuation claimed for
her, and as she cannot run on less
than the amount claimed, assess assessments
ments assessments will certainly have to be dou doubled.
bled. doubled. Bloxham county will cut off many
of my best, true and tried friends
who have never gone back on me and
1 want them to have everything they
wish, but I want them to have it with
their eyes open. My farm covering one
section of land will be in Bloxham
county and I. am now paying all the
taxes on it that the property will
stand; but boys, you are all my friends
and if you want it, go ahead and vote
for it; "I can stand as much as you
can, but the truth is that none of us
can stand it long, and it is always
easier to get into trouble than to get
out. Yours -truly, Alfred Ayer.
PICNIC POSTPONED
A note to the Star says that the
Sunday school picnic at Flemington
has been, called off for an indefinite
time, but that there will be speaking
and a picnic at the same place on Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, July 3rd.
Mr. Heron Todd has accepted an of offer
fer offer from a big New York clothing
house and will go on the road as 'a
traveling salesman about. July 1. Mr.
Todd is an -enterprising young man,
and is well posted on the clothing bus business.
iness. business. The Star and his other friends
wish him success.
Secretary Rooney left this morning
for Tallahassee, to attend the road
material freight rates meeting be before
fore before the railroad commission
Mr. A. Miller, a gentleman from
New York, who has been at the Ocala
House for several days, has been
looking over the country around Ocala
and is much pleased with it. ':
"Carter's Delicious" "slice cake is
made clean,, sold clean and delivered
clean. Ask your grocer for Carter's
cake. tf

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THE WESTERN, Ml AND
BIG BATTLE
GOOD SIZED FIGHT FOR MEX MEXICO
ICO MEXICO GOING ON AT VILLA
GARCIA
(Associated Pres)
Laredo, Texas, June 29. Passeng Passengers
ers Passengers arriving from Monterey today re reported
ported reported fighting between Villa and
Carranza troops for the last three
days at Villa Garcia. It is estimated
that from five to fifteen thousand
men are engaged on each side. Losses
are reported heavy.
SAYS Til' IS SANE
Evidence for Harry Thaw Given by a
New Hampshire Medical Expert
(Associated Press)
New York, June 29. Dr. Charles
F. Cancroft, head of the New Hamp Hampshire
shire Hampshire state insane hospital and a"
member of the federal commission
that examined Harry Thaw in New
Hampshire, testified today that he be believed
lieved believed Thaw was sane and always
had been sane. He" declared jealousy
caused Thaw to kill Stanford White.
ANOTHER EXPERTS EVIDENCE
Dr. D. Percy Hickling, another
member of the federal commission,
testified he. found Thaw sane and ra rational.
tional. rational. -,
DECISION DEFERRED
In the Case of the Riggs Bank A gainst
Secretary McAdoo
(Associated Press)
Washington, D. C, June 29. Jus Justice
tice Justice McCoy in the district supreme
court today, postponed until October
the decision in the suit of the Riggs
National Bank against Secretary Mc Mc-Adoo
Adoo Mc-Adoo and Comptroller Williams.
To the Citizens and Business Men of

Will you not take sufficient time to consider a few thoughts presented?
Look over the great field of opportunity, study those cities, communities and counties that are progress progressing,
ing, progressing, moving forward and investigate the dynamic force behind this. There is not a single point that is forging
ahead, that you cannot at once trace the activity due to their having an active business organization.
The productivity of Marion county lands is not at issue. The adaptability of our section to almost' every
condition of advancement is unquestioned. Then why is it, or what is it, that retards our progress? Because
our people do not pull together as they should. What we need and must have is a getting together as one
mighty force and charge the great field of opportunity, winning our share and part in this great battle of life.
Put your energy, your advice and counsel, your money and your influence behind your Board of Trade,
and with every one boosting, backing and working together, your city and county will advance.
There is too much friction, too much knocking for us to grow. Forget the past, look to the future, get
the onward, forward spirit. Let our meetings be geat gatherings, planning for, working towards and get getting
ting getting results doing things.

Look at Tampa, St. Petersburg, Miami, Bartow, Lakeland, Orlandoall doing things,
people, and let Ocala get up steam and show all Florida her progressive spirit.

Every citizen who is not a member of the Board of Trade should be. There is a scale of membership
that will meet every phase of businesslife. Those paying $5 per month, $2 and $1 per month, with an associate
and out of the city membership of $10 per year, or $2.50 per quarter.
There is not a business man or a farmer in Marion county that should not be a member. Why? Who is
there and what organiaztion have you that is doing more to watch your interests, direct the investor, invite
the homeseeker, secure beter train schedules, route the "Dixie Highway" through the county? In fact, behind
and in touch with every effort and activity that keeps our county and city advertised before the outside world.
Ocala has had more and cleaner publicity during the past two years than any era of her history. Then be fair
with yourself, your organization, the best interests of your county, and city. Join the Board of Trade, attend
its meetings and let us start a new tide of prosperity and optimism in our section. We can do it, we must
do it. Won't you come and help us?

Signed :
R. F. ROGERS, President.
R. R. CARROLL, Vice President.
J. D ROONEY. Secretary.

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III THE UNITED
STATES
AMERICA!!

(Associated Press)

Washington, June 29. United
States agents over the county today
are watching the movements of prom prominent
inent prominent Mexicans and others suspected
of activity in Mexican politics, to pre prevent
vent prevent violations of neutrality.
; Gen. Felipe Angeles, Villa's lieu lieutenant,
tenant, lieutenant, today called at the state de department
partment department and denied any connection
with Huerta's attempted coup.
FEAR FOR' SAFETY OF FOREIGN FOREIGNERS
ERS FOREIGNERS For practically six days no definite
word has been received here concern concerning
ing concerning what has happened in Mexico
City. The latest" news by courier to
Vera Cruz described conditions as ex extremely
tremely extremely critical. These advices, when
they reached herevseveral days old,
said the Zapatistas had defeated Gon Gonzales'
zales' Gonzales' army. It is feared the fighting
has been carried into the capital, en endangering
dangering endangering the lives of foreigners.
SCRAPPING IN THE SUBURBS
Carranza telegraphed his agency
here today that further attack on
Mexico City was delayed while Gon Gonzales
zales Gonzales was trying to arrange to avoid
a battle within the capital itself. This
dispatch said the diplomatic corps was
seeking to protect non-combatants of
all nationalities in event of fighting
within Mexico City. The Zapata
forces are reported to have sent the
archives to Cuernavaca. It is report reported
ed reported that Gonzales' men are fightfng
the Zapataistas in the suburbs.
CONTROLLER OF CURRENCY
Calls on National Banks to Turn in
Their Accounts
(Associated Pres)
Washington, D. C, June 29. The
controller of the currency today is issued
sued issued a call for the condition of all na national
tional national banks at the close of business
Wednesday, June 23rd.
STIRRING UP STRIKERS
Agents of Germany Active Among
Longshoremen in America
Norfolk, Va., June 29- Andrew
Furuseth, president of the Seaman's
Union of America, declared yesterday
that German agents are making ef efforts
forts efforts to tie up American shipping by
inducing longshoremen to strike in
order that the allies may be stopped
from receiving supplies. He states
that the members of the union have
been offered ten dollars a week as
long as the strike lasts. He alleges
that a member of the- Wilson cabinet
is familiar with the scheme.

OCALA SHOULD STEAM UP

Ocala.:
Board of Governors.

ULIU
UNDER IIISPECTIOII OF
OFFICIALS
COMMERCIAL BANK
FURNISHED THE COI
OCALA FINANCIAL INSTITUTION
TAKES THE WATERWORKS
AND SEWERAGE BOND
ISSUES
In accordance with ,an advertise advertisement
ment advertisement published during the past month
in the local as well as several city
financial papers, the board of bond
trustees for the city met thi3 fore forenoon
noon forenoon in the office of Mr. R. S. Hall,
chairman, to open the bids for the
sale of the city's bonds for water
works and sewerage.
After comparing the offerings of a
number of financial institutions, the
board accepted the bid of the Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank of this city for both
issues, the waterworks $55,000 issue
which had been voted on for the pur purchase
chase purchase and improvement of the plant,
but not issued -until this time, and
also the new $100,000 issue for sew sewerage
erage sewerage purposes.
The sewerage bonds run for twenty,
thirty and forty years and draw 5 per
cent., were sold at par, and being
dated January 1, 1915, the accrued in interest
terest interest for the first six months will'be
returned to the city by the purchas purchasers.
ers. purchasers. The bond trustees have been hard
at work to place these bonds to ad advantage,
vantage, advantage, and the deal made today by
which they were sold at par is an evi evidence
dence evidence that they have not been work working
ing working in vain.
Besides the local banks a number of
representatives of out of town con concerns
cerns concerns which had made bids for the
bonds, were present at the meeting..
nERSING WASN'T. THE
ASSISTANT HEROD
Story that he Torpedoed the Lusitania
Was an Undeserved Slander
Berlin, June 29. The report pub published
lished published abroad that Captain Hersing, of
the German navy, had received the
decoration the Order of Pour le Mer,
ite, the highest Prussian military dec decoration,
oration, decoration, for the sinking of the Cunard
line steamship Lusitania," is untrue.
Captain Hersing was decorated for
taking a submarine boat through the
Straits of Gibraltar.
This announcement was made today
by the Overseas News Agency.
Wake up, oh, ye
D. E. McIVER,
W. D. TAYLOR,
a (ED.) CARMICHAEL,
GEORGE RENTZ,
MARCUS FRANK,

CLEAR ATE

P. BALL TEAM WILL V

FIRE DfEARTOFIIT flllD BAUD BOSDAV 17ILL" 0 FEU THE
' FESTIVITIES

Ocala is looking forward to an un unusually
usually unusually lively time next week, begin beginning
ning beginning with the arrival of the Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater team, which is expected on the
noon train.
. As the fourtJa will come this year
on Sunday, all the patriotic celebra celebrations
tions celebrations of the day will be pulled off
Monday. Ocala has not been making
any special preparations on this line,
but even without the advent of the
visiting team, the day would not pass
! unobserved.
FIREMEN WILL nAVE A WATER
FIGHT
There has been few entertainments
devised that have more fun and
harmless amusement than the water water-fight,
fight, water-fight, and tho members of the fire de department
partment department will give one of these in interesting
teresting interesting contests in front of the
Ocala House at 3 p. m. It will be a
! battle royal, as anybody who has ever
observed one of these water fights
fknows that it takes considerable pluck
to face a stream from a .hose.
The contest will be limited to the
members of the fire department, who
have divided into two teams, each of
which is on its merits, and with good
reason, for in addition to the glory
there is a prize of $25 in gold for the
winning team.
BAND WILL PLAY
The reorganized Metrorolitan Band
will occupy the bandstand, and, as
soon as the waterfight is over, they
will give a concert, after which the
crowd will adjourn to the ball park,
to witness the' opening game between
Ocala and Clearwater.
THE GRANDSTAND WILL BE
CHRISTENED THURSDAY 1
Good work is being put in on the
grandstand, and it will be ready for
the game of Thursday, on which date
the Starke boys will contest with the
home team.
SEEKING PEACE ON
THE PACIFIC SLOPE
Ex-Governor Slaton and Wife Left
Atlanta Monday Afternoon
(Special to the Star)
Atlanta, June 28, 5 p. rn. Guarded
by half a dozen detectives, former
Governor Slaton left this afternoon
for Virginia, accompanied by his wife.
After a brief rest they will go to San
Francisco, There was no demonstra demonstration.
tion. demonstration. Only the detectives knew their
plans to leave.
BIG ADDITION TO
A THRIVING BUSINESS
The Marion Furniture Company ha.1?
just completed an addition to the rear
of its store room on West Broadway,
made necessary by the constant in increase
crease increase of its business, and even with
this annex the entire place is now
crowded to capacity with everything
in the house furnishing .line.
Another building has also been se secured
cured secured by the c&mpany for use as a re repair
pair repair shop. The demand has become
so great for work in this line that
Mr. Fort, the wide awake proprietor,
sees the necessity of this department
of his business. He says many people
have valuable furniture which in time
gets more or less scarred and does
not present the appearance that it
should in the home, and thus it is de desirable
sirable desirable that it be re-vamished pros pros-sibly
sibly pros-sibly re-upholstered. Then many
have expensive mirrors which have
become "specked" in the silvering,
and Mr. Fort has secured the services
of a man thoroughly familiar with
this class of work to re-silver them.
In spite of the occasional complaint
of others that business is slow, the
Marion Furniture Company has kept
steadily on the upbuild through it all,
and Mr. Fort reports a very satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory increase in his May and June
trade over that of last year in the
same months.
Read the announcement of the com company
pany company in today's paper.
Masons meet Thursday evening.

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July a u
EXCITEMENT IS OVER
Departure of Slaton Evidently Put an
End to Atlanta's Disturbance
( Associated Tresa)
. Atlanta, June 2D. With the depar departure
ture departure of former Governor Sliitcn fe-r
the Pacific coast last night and the
withdrawal of militia from the Slaton
estate, the troubles following the
commutation of Frank's sentence ap appear
pear appear to have passed. x.
Governor Harris will decide what
is to be done with the twenty-s-ix men
arresfed Saturday near Gov. R!aton',i
estate. The four men arrc led lion-
day were released this morning.
Before leaving, Slaton asked Gov Governor
ernor Governor Harris to be lenient with the
men arrested on his estate.
RESULTS OF THE RECENT
TEACHERS' EXAM I N ATIO NS
Whites: Those receiving first grnd-2
certificates were A. E. Ayhworth,
Ocala; Helen Thornton, Burbank.
Second grades were Roy B." Bowers,
Ocala; Marion Dewey, Ocala; Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Ruff, Inverness; Bertha-Snow,
SumraerfielJ. Third gnules were Ruby
Cappleman, Ocala; Ethel Bishop,
Ocala; Blanche Moody, Summerf.ehi;
Effie Rawls, Berlin; 'Sallie Sigmon,
WeiriJa!e; Una Shc-cly, Lowell, and G.
Fred Turner, Gaiter. Of the twenty twenty-three
three twenty-three applicants ten were not award awarded
ed awarded certificates.
Of-the twenty-three colored appli applicants
cants applicants the following were a,vardr 1
third grade certificates: Annie Burrh,
Ocala; Jas. R. Dixon, Ochi; There, a
E. Dorsey, Ocala; Ora E. Haynes,
Ocala; Minnie IT. Luteman, Ocala;
Theodore Menchan, Ocala; Lutiiia J.
Wilkerson, Fairfield. The ether six sixteen
teen sixteen applicants were not ararde 1 cer certificates.
tificates. certificates. The following well knovrn teachers
comp?ed the committee v.l.irh rrr:. e 3
the examination papers: E. II. Miihcr,
principal of the Mclnte :h fch or! for
last term; U. P. DavL, principal of
the Fort McCoy fchoel for I: -1 trrm;
Mrs.. II. S. Wesson, teacher irt the
Ocala graded Fchool and lU Minr.ie
Lee Carlisle, also a teacher, in the
gradti of" the Ocala school. Each
member f the committee ho Mi a fir:-t
grade certificate of Marie n. county,
has had years of experience in teach teaching
ing teaching and all have ; erred at different
times on grading committees.
Bfr. R. S. Hall returned ye-.terdj
from New York. lie was a rT ?
on the Lenape to Jacksonvtue.
Mr. W. I. Evans 1c-ft yesterday for
Fort Lauderdale to join his law part partner,
ner, partner, Mr. Julian Ballock. !lr. Bullock
preceded Mr. Evans a week an!
writer enthusiastically cf the cutlook
for the firm of Bullock & Evans.
SAFETY FIRST
Don't wenken your h' -1th by allow allowing
ing allowing your?e!f to become constipated.
Take a mild, fire tar.itive. Nya!3
Fig.-en is an effective .-'.id to nature,
not a harsh stimulant. Get a ten cent
box of the?e car.dy tablets now, at th.-
Annex Drcisr Store. lC-tf
ORANGE LAKE BOAT RACES
The reirular July - t race'-? will
he held at Garrison lf 'r-.mock cn
Lcch!oo:-a Lake, nex4 Thursday, "July
lt. Th-re v. ill be f-n.-r- r-v-is-thre?
c!a? Tcr in th rr '.???- v.i(h the
handicap in the nff vx-c if vi'.'i f'enic
dinner and l-?h frr;.i-!--o spcbea bv
the futuie candidr le-s for jrovt mer.
....
NOTICE
Hh!" will 2 Tf-c-. ? i r-!
f ; '-
tin. cn ?rc!:jr- ce ---? f
cordar.r-; with ?pe:'n,3t;-.:;
clerk's o'7,ce.
V. D. Cvsrn CT-:
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OCALA EVENING STAR TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1915

TWO

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

OBSERVED FROM AN AUTO

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BITTINGEK' CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
3. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Oca, Fla., postoffice aa eecona class matter.

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j journalism, Frank Harris of the Ban Banker
ker Banker and J. II. Binjamin of the Star.

Uncle Joe Dixon,, the printer! They are quite unlike in temperament
journalist of the Lakeland Telegram, i and method, hut both are biff men of
who was a welcome visitor to thisxity ; strong individuality in the newspaper
two weeks ago, on his way home from field of Florida and it would be a
his annual vacation, writes most in-' plea-ant tas-k to draw a fuller pen
terestingly of his trip. From his ar-j picture of these two brethren if space
ticle we make the following extracts: permitted.
It was the privilege of the writer;
a few days ago to make for the first COUNTY DIVISION
time one of these trips through rural! SPEAKERS IN ITED
Florida, 120 miles in a Ford automo-j
bile through the heart of several! itor Star Please announce that

.n,,nfip ns thP uest of Dr. T. S. An-Iine v Plcnic "eia at

CLD Tt;."i- r.-.;.

jeav-11oi man in Florida fchould -rowers' league is in working order.

a vva., i

ead J. W. White's Frate

and this is no ad., either.

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.1 W. White's Fraternal Kecortl : ; ia h growers receive iu-uiit-uu t ...

The Russian government has order ordered
ed ordered from America $ 1,000,000 worth of
twine with which tobind the wheat
crop.

reductions. J. C. Chase, of Chase &
Co., has done more work than any
other man to get the rates reduced.
He put his time, money and experi experience
ence experience right on the job. He and Mr.
Warner had a few valiant supporters

in the great fights that were fought

There i3 a world-wide hope among; and won for the Florida growers and
fh .W that Palestine will be given shippers. The editor of the News did

n thorn nt. the end of the war. It ibis little part to help the good work

efimiM hp land to organize the growers' league.

j Florida Growers' News.

Hadn't the editor of the News bet

Mr. Bryan has asked the American
people to sit in judgment on his resig-
nation They seem more disposed to
.sit on Bryan.
One of Ocala's saloonkeepers says
of the Davis bill that Its principal ef effect
fect effect will be to reduce his expenses
about $30 a week. : We doubt that it
will reduce his income SO cents.
The most melancholy piece of news
from Europe is that the Gerrnafts
don't appreciate Mr. Bryan's resigna resignation
tion resignation one bit. The Germans have

ship 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

ihand. Ocala and other sections of

a

dersori, of Live Oak, in Suwannee

county, who was going from that cita

to the great turpentine farms of Ma Marion
rion Marion county in which he is largely in in-(arcctoH
(arcctoH in-(arcctoH TTint rcc. wn3 nnp lonf de-

light and charming revelation fromjthe count' are requested to send

start to finish, although the writer had Iorce in

been twelve years a citizen of Florida, j
Like thousands of others he knew the j
state outside his home town only from

the car windows, but when our Ford.

rolled through the lovely avenues of

Ocala at the finish of the trip he

Richard W. Ervin,

C. C. Fellowship Camp W. O. W.
POTTER PRESS AT A BARGAIN
This office is installing a new press

ter get his friends together again and

see if he can't get the rates.at least a
little lower than they are now?, From
the way the farmers talk, the relief
the News speaks of isn't so great that
they can notice-it.
SOMETHING FOR ADVERTISERS
TO CONSIDER

i t ii i: r ;i t,. 1 : .1

knew he had seen a Florida of which anu w ui.poe oi iln om-r ...u

i W npvpr pvpt, hpard. A movinr Press at a bargain. The press is in

nintnro 1 20 milp, lon that had varie-!exce!lent working order and it is the

a ; r rv,;i nr f nli Press on which all of our book, cir-

without one ugly aspect. c'jlar frd pamphlet work is being
. ., 'done. Price. $250, loaded on car at

lO uescrioe Liiau nut; in ucluu
would take many columns and noth noth-i
i noth-i i i i : r i 1 ,1

lniT UeVUf U unci KlillJCC t. .; 1n,i T. .

ing features can be given. Out from j . V,

Live Oak in the early morning wei ,1
, M , will not again have such a bargain of-

soon aivergeu irom i-xie i iim uau nn.

Ocala. Delivery must be made when

new press is installed, sometime be-

Ocala merchants have always found
the Star a good advertising medium.
It has always had a fair advertising
patronage, tho, owing perhaps to the

their failings, but quitting is not onej war jt now nas ess jn proportion to

of them. -a space, than it had a year ago.

It is, however, a better advertising
medium than it ever has been. Owing

to that same war, and. its press dis

patches, which give the people of the
city telegraphic news from six to
twelve hours ahead of everything

else, it has at least 30 per cent more
readers than it had July 1, 1914. Al Almost
most Almost everybody in Ocala reads the
Daily Star, and its circulation is
steadily reaching out into the nearby

towns.

American Sunday school children
are sending testaments to Russian
soldiers, regardless of the fact that
a testament can't stop a, bullet from
the high-powered rifle of today as it
could one from the musket of fifty
years ago.
The St. Petersburg. Times has it
figured that Trammell has as good a
chance as Bryan, if not better, for the
senatorship. We must all admit that
the Times is as good at counting
votes before they are cast as any of
us. ' ;

STOCKTON IN THE CITY

- Reading a string of Billy Sunday's
sayings in a paper the other day, we
couldn't help being impressed with

their strong family resemblance to
the remarks made by Elijah P. Brown
in his Ram's Horn twenty odd years
ago. TV." V
Perhaps the reason why women
have such a liking for remnants is
found in the fact that Eve was a
remnant of Adam. Fraternal Re Record.
cord. Record. h v
Nay, nay; she was a subtraction,
and has been a distraction ever since.

fered.

d&w The Star, Ocala.

Rules Cf Glmd C?:v3V!3r ,- the Early
ErSc.rVi Oiory.
" in a work wt!:ld -V-'. lis IL-tinv
lor. Ji!:iliil lf 1 7 '. ili. ?i I- its!.

! iiitmu-tioii in vi. mi n i.l'i'n.t n. "Pus I

.. ... ... .m ih

on tny a;i it i .vi kmi i
ert are .'Inir Imii-n. Jnti,n" n:i'l Uic
like, tiiniinz lh? c:i;i r Ilr.i in thy
Frlftvari!-?: i::kiT4 n" Ifeveronr-e. low low-Jn
Jn low-Jn tlnt;f mre r lrst n.--ordjn" tc
the -utni f Hit t-i-Ttor !sr-I."
In the n.Ulst nf retn.-irk whl-h !t!l
-nt I he utmost ri-rh:-::ioi:t we tt'iu'
middeiily u;m sucli di:t li -rK a this:
"Tis in t tiiaimers : ns jroti
sire set nl Tah'e tl-:iul out. I eat
none of l!ii. I eat noj.e of I lint, t rare
for no Itahl.it : I love ti'U!i!i that
lasted of !VjjHr. Nutmeg. Oiiyou.""
ete.
After stiit'-mr that w. !iave teen
ko r-!';!!J l:i Foreign part tlml tliey

will u. !M-er !m covered, nor lt with!

Ihesr la k? to I lie i"-ture of an cud
lietil Person." the writer poos on to
rrnhirk thut "t!ipn nre s ti;e vvhw rat

wltli f bat ease mess tnl Inipatieiue.j
they eat themselves out if breath and J
will 'pant Hke a bmken winded Horse!
but these nre not to Ik? Induied.'" i

He also wains hin pupil thus:
"When you arc talking to any one dc
not CoiJthiua!lrtunch him In the side.

ns some people do: who. after every
sentence keep -ns kins the person they
are conversing with, "Did 1 not tell
yon sor 'What say you. slrr and In
the meantime they are every moment
Joking and thrustlns him with theli
elbows, which caunot bo considered aa
a mark of respect.

rfcr7

a&fj-dav i

FOR SALE

rode for miles through a rich rolling
country where well cultivated farms i

are the rule and spacious fields of

com and cotton sweep away to the!

i : i i. :n l t,;ii ,i;,raPc;fir

iion.on, aim iiiiia, i. oiwo, u..ioii )o ,i0;,tr. nna iUc

the old home state you came

where hills and hollows were in plenty, i

It was a fair and productive land and

One pure bred Jersey heifer giving

dail;
and

Shorthorn heifer giving 23 pounds of

Neuralgia Tains 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'a Lini Liniment;
ment; Liniment; lie quietly a few minutes. You
will get such relief and comfort! Life

and the world will look brighter, uet

milk dailv. Both have first calfs a bottle today. 3 ounces for 25c., at

we rolled swiftly and smoothly thru J tVWi a4V,w i
.J . T. condition. L. C. Beuchler, Anthony,

it, passmg on uown to W0 -"-'Fla. C-10-cod-4t
which we parallel for a number of

. 1 ? 1 1 1, nA..nnf iilllnnaii

miies, goinK irouBi ... ORANGE LAKE BOxVT RACES

until we reacn liraniora, wnose Deau Deau-ties
ties Deau-ties are never suspected from the de-

not and where we get a

x

all druggists.

rubbing.

Penetrates without
Advl

The rerrular July boat races will

charming; be held at Garrison Hammock on

glimpse of the romantic and storied j Lochloosa Lake, next Thursday, July

Suwannee. From there to Highly- ? "" Zl

If Henry Grady was alive, the At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta mobs would be so severely re rebuked
buked rebuked hy, at least one of their home
papers that they would cease dis disgracing
gracing disgracing their city and state. The At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta papers of today do not take the
stand they 'should take for law and
order.

" The best of Italian battleships bears
the name of Dante Alighieri which,
as our literary sharps can tell you,
was the cognomen of the gentleman
who claimed to have made a personal
excursion thru Sheol in company with
the spirit of Virgil. It remains to be

ii vll n-f TnIq aa di!- net its nnme-! I

sake went thru the hell of mythology, j
. .. i
In commenting on Bryan's assist- J
ance to Wilson in securing -ih- dem-j
ocratic nomination, Collier's Yveklyl
says that if Mr.' Wilson wasn't pre?!-
dent, Champ Clark probably would j

, be. and says, "when the Imagination

uTyclls on that possibility,- one is in- j
clineoTto-R'ard charity for Mr. Bryan's j
defects." Vcllier's should let its im-j
agination follow a more probable
channel. If Champ Clark had been j
nominated, Teddy Roosevelt would j
most probably have been elected. In j
that case, we would either be at war, )
1. nofinnc twxti11 K C11T" thfli". 1

we would be it they mterterea wiin
use overmuch. i

Mr. John 'N. C. Stockton of Jack

sonville arrived on yesterday evening's

train, and spent last night and most

of today in Ocala, attending to busi

ness affairs and visiting his friends.
The Star is on the list, and was hon

ored by Mr. Stockton with a pleasant

call. V
Time deals gently with John Stock

ton; he seems to have lost none of the
energy and earnestness that has al always
ways always made him prominent among his
fellow citizens'." He talked mainly of
business affairs; says he has made up
his mind he-is no politician. He does

not think, however, and the Star
agrees with him, that the people give
the close attention to public affairs
that they should give. He compli complimented
mented complimented Ocala on its good looks; says
it is a fortunate and comparatively
prosperous city.. He is glad to see
the people giving so much attention
to staple crops, and says it will be

greatly to their interest if they per persist
sist persist in this policy: in fact, should

make staple' crops their main de

pendence, with truck and cotton on
the side. There are few men who

know more about the business and

resources of the state than Mr. Stock

ton, and his advice is worth heeding

Springs we pass through much of
forest land, every acre of it good for
future farms, and cross two charm charming
ing charming little rivers, and, passing down a
long, handsome, shaded avenue, we
reach High Springs, a pretty, modern
village, clean and inviting, and yet
from the depot not one of it? attrac attractive
tive attractive features is visible.
From that town we diverge to the
right and soon reach Alachua in
Alachua county. Who outside of the

handicap in the afternoon, with picnic

dinner and fish fry; also speeches by

the future candidates for governor.
SAFETY FIRST

NOTICE
Bids will be received at tfie meet meeting
ing meeting of the county commissioners July
Gth, on making copies of plats in ac accordance
cordance accordance with specifications on file in
clerk's office.
W. D. Carn, Chairman.
P. II. Nugent, Cleric 21-13t
i i
OCALA SEED STORE

A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,

Shorts, Hay and Molasses feeds. C3tf

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

ADVERTISE IN THE STAR

SEVERE PUNISHMENT

j.-i. i,: ,.4V,: t Annex Drug Store. lC-tf

lmmeuiaie' sec tion miuhs an mm, vi i

ia InveW villa n-e? Tt was trim and

l -xt t 1 1 ; n!

tidy, so spick and span that it might ou .CIia"c" "UVB

have been in Massachusetts instead 0,11 -uu.UflM

of Florida. And from there to Gaines-

The Servant
Oiiesiioi!

vffle what a rich, fair, undulating land
it is! Large, highly cultivated farms

rolled away on every side. The white
walls and green blinds of cool, shady

country homes were frequently in

evidence, and in the region around
quiet, demure little Micanopy with its
many pretty homes, it was surpris

ing to see large orange groves m full

bearing, although we had supposed

that since "the great freeze" there
were no groves that far north.

From Micanopy to Gainesville the

country was all interesting and those
who doubt if Florida is a corn state

Dught to see that section. It was al

most like going through rural Illin

ois. Com everywhere, great fields of

it, rich, dark green and full of prom promise
ise promise for a heavy yield. And also ev everywhere
erywhere everywhere along the whole route thru

Alachua and Marion counties large
areas in truck of all kinds, water

melons, cantaloupes, tomatoes, cucum cucumbers,
bers, cucumbers, etc., with men, women and chil

dren in the fields at work and strong-

receives them dirert from the sea

each afternoon. Call at Heating's

Buffet; or phone 22. tf

Of Mrs. CLappefl, cf Fire Years'

' Standing, Relieved by CnrduL

YOU WONT HAVE ANY "ELUD MONDAY" .:r,S.
HOUSEICEEPER, IF YOU WILL USE OUR EASY EASY-RUNNING,
RUNNING, EASY-RUNNING, LABOR-SAVING WASHING OUTFITS.
COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU THE THINGS
WE HAVE THAT YOU NEED, NOT : ONLY FC?
WASH DAY, BUT FOR EVERY DAY. THEY WILE
MAKE YOUR KITCHEN AND HOUSE WORK A
WHOLE LOT EASIER. THEY DON'T COST MUCV
COME SEE.

MRiON HARi
PHONE 118,

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Manufactured for the prc prc-Palm
Palm prc-Palm Beach and Duck Suits.

heated by stenm, it can not -scorch.

The presure being direct, not sliJing,

1

11 can r.ot wetvr or tear.
It d the wnk.
Ocola SfccEi I
Phone 101 102-iCi

Grill srA

ih riain ill

Ui!GALSS!FIED ADS

WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

FOR RENT Up stairs consisting of
four rooms furnished for housekeep

ing; light and water, $8 per month.
Fhone SS2." 28-3t
POSITION WANTED-By a young
white woman either as children's

nurse or as chambermaid in hotel or

private home. Anyone needing such

a person will please call at Star office

or phone 51. tf dh

1

WANTED A first class turpentine

woodsman, married but without chil

dren. Must be strictly sober and a

ML Airv. N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chap

pell of this town, says: "1 suffered tor

live years with womanly troubles, also
stomach troubles, and my punishment
was more than any one could tell.
I tried most every kind of medicine,
but none did me any good.
I read one day a30ut Cardui, the wo woman's
man's woman's tonic, and 1 decided to try it. 1
had not taken but about six bottles until
1 was almost cured. It did me'more
good than all the other medicines 1 had
tried, put together.
M v frin1 Yvrrjn !cV?nrr rrm n-hv l

looked so well, and 1 told Ihem about
Cardui. Several axe now taking it."
Do you, lady reader, suffer from any

of the ailments due to w,omanIy trouble,
such as headache, backache, sideache,
sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired
feeling?
If so. let us crge you to give Cardui a
trial. We feel confident it will help you.

just as it has a milTTon other women irr

the past halt century.
Bein taking Cardui to-day. You
won't regret it. All druggists.

urn b

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Nature and science combine to make it ro. llerj precaution i! falen
protect it from contamination while it go- Ihroush th? prorc-es which
pult in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory net ie go ifh H,l good i"- f ur. L t
have your custom we deserve it.

1

Ocala Ice Pa

1 WMte. Star "-Ikiz

Teams For Rcnl Lloh! and Heavy

a i. C m. kJ W

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PHONE 29G

Packing, Storing, Shipping of Freirht. Furriture, Piar'.-i ar J i'if.
Baggage Service the Best. (
We Sell BEAVER BOARD Superior to Plaster or Ceiling i
Quality and Price INVESTIGATE.

28-12t

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

Ocala fins Company

rnoNE 6i

Vil t.ll 111 LUG llCIVia V wv uuu v. v..., .
, .. anA hustler, willing to work for small sal
ly the suggestion of a contented and ?
, i; ary. Apply Fairfield Naval Stores Co.,

prosperous rurai popuiatiun --
high level of living standards and in- airtieid, i-ia.
toU'cronf ntrrrisp.

Down a broad and beautiful ave-j FOR RENT Five-room cottage with!

nii nast the snacious irrounds and modern conveniences, gas, electricity,

handsome modem buildings of the laths, etc. Apply to Mrs. Jake Brown,

ctoto ,inivpr;tv. rolled into North Tu?cawilla street, or phone

ijj b ss w.j y ?

: im ifw nf C.eni rnl I 1G2. G-tf

Flm-ifln. It was so clean and fair and

handsnmP. so nolished and modern rOR- RENT Upstairs consisting oil

and up to date, and yet with an air three rooms, and bath, furnished for
of genteel conservatism and exclusive- light hou?ekceping. Electric lights,

?f eoomi an idnnl city ana cistern water, airs. 11.

Writ 10: Chartantxjca Medicfna C5o-. Latli

Advisory -Dei-. Omnaooca, Terin.. for A4Vrj

'Mttrmsiitrmt on your cass ana o-p doo. twmi g

-Mimot lor w omen in p&m wrapoer. c.. i

COLLIER

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About the worst charge we havej
heard against the late legislature is j
that one member, forty-nine years of j
age, boasts that be has never been j
kissed by any one but his mother.
How in the world did a guy -as slowj

is that ever succeed in getting elect-;

ed to the legislature ? Lakeland Tel Telegram.
egram. Telegram.
Maybe this guy is not so much of a

gink as you make him out to be. Wei

also know a man of 49. years who hasj

never been kissed by any girl but his j
mother. But he hasn't failed to kiss I

a difference between kissing and be-t jjae Cas!tS ZVA ilUfial RobCS.

ing kissed, and' most any up-to-date

vnun? ladv can tell von. I O. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS

a : ...
Funeral Directors

Every grower in Florida is mdebt-f V.'ork Done by License (I Embal-

ed to the late F. D. Warner of Gaines-i ir.?ra and Fnlly Guaranteed
ville, who died last week. Very little! PHONES
has been heard, because no '-story lias: D "e.' McIVER 10

ever oeen t-um auout uuw u vaneu d'.Q y ROBERTS v 305

meeting of growers, to take hold of UNDERTAKING OFFICE 4
the freight rate question. Growers;

Melyer :& MacKay

Funeral Directors

ill over Florida were complaining, j

The rates were altogether too high.j VEGETABLES," 'MILK AND EGGS
Tnrfiv a much different condition ex-! from our own farm daily. Open nignt

Tntes have been reduced. A j and day, Merchant's fJaie.

r:ts.

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college town, and excellent judgment

was shown when the University of

Florida was located there.

From Gainesville on to cool and

shady Citra was the same inviting
succession of fine farms and wooded
areas, excellent hard roads, with a

prosperous air over all the land and
not a hint of that other Florida the
tourist sees from the window of his
car and which he takes back to his

home as a true picture of a state of
whose real beauties and merits he has

caught hardly a glimpse.

About four o'clock in the afternoon

we glided into Ocala, more beautiful

than Gainesville in the natural

charms and advantages of its loca

tion, more commercial in its aspect,
apparently a larger city and with so
many notable features in and about

it that it would take a chapter to de

scribe them. The writer saw them all

under the guidance of that rare gen

tleman and journalist, Editor Frank

Harris of the Ocala Banner, the white

haired philosopher called Nestor of the

state press, honored and esteemed of
all Florida newspaper men, and who
left nothing undone to make the

writer's stay in Ocala a most delight

ful one. What fine character he i3 in

his ripe wisdom, his fascinating and

unstudied simplicity and the canny-

shrewdness and healthy optimism
that beam from hi3 clear and steady

blue eyes!

It is Ocala's good fortune to have

two newspaper men of unusual abil

ity and recognized distinction in our

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

WANTED At once, 100 ewes. Ad

dress E. C. Bcuchler, Anthony, Fla. 4t

PHONF 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load for SI.
-Your Order will have
immediate Attention.
J. L. SMOAH
At Bmoak'i Wtfo? Shop.

FOR RENT Rooms for light house-1

keeping, furnished or unfurnished,

or single furnished rooms. Mrs. A. M.

Perry, No. 19, Herbert street. tfG

FOR RENT Well located and nlcelj

furnished-rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
loniah 7-tf

1

ROOMS AND BOARD Large

rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton Housed 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
furnifhed, very reasonable. Phone 494.
P. A. Durand, fill E. Adams St. 23-Ct

FOR RENT Eight room residence
on Oklawaha, two blocks east of A. C
L. railrond; all modem conveniences;

house in good repair; can give imme

diate possession. Rent -reasonable.

Apply to Mrs. O. T. Green, telephone

No. ZSX 21-Ct

Go NorSii by Sea

MERCHANTS & ffllHERS TRANS.GO

Steamship Lines
Jacksonville
TO
s Boston
New York
Baltimore
Washington
Philadelphia

New Steamers. Low Fares. Best

service. Wireless telegraph on al

steamers. Through fares and tickets

to all Northern and Western points.

Automobiles carried.

For reservations, tickets, etc
Address
II. C. A VERY, AGENT
Jacksonville, Fla.

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COLUMBIA GB.SOJ ROUkD

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REGULAR TRAINS
No. 2
LV. OCALA, 2:i AM.
AR. Savannah '. 12:2", P.M.
AIL Columbia' v PM.
TIrkpt nn sale Julv 2nd and trains arriving in

noon July 3rd. Limited July 14, 1915.

TICKETS GOOD ON ALL REGULAR TRAINS GOING OI! RETUI
Local Sleeper to Columbia on Train No. 4, July Zrd

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

Ocala, Fix J-...-cr.-,

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NEW YORK AND RETU RT-'

VIA

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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-Ct

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER

Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better

Work for the Money than Any Other

Contractor in th6 city.

Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals ar.d ttateroom 1-erth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOD ON A?'"!
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER "I t.
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. ftrM7FI Florida rASsr.Nf.T.r. Ac.:-.
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot d liberty Street.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

PUT YOUR AD IN TH

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CAPITAL STOCK. $50,000.00.
Slate, County and City Depository.

Is a Regular "Bonanza" for Insects.
', They thrive ar.d breed like "wildfire." No mat matter
ter matter if your house is screened, Roaches, Motbs, 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 CSE
FEN OLE, that cleanly spray, that peerless house household
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Thought for the Day
It was Carlyle who said: "To re remember
member remember one worthy thing how many
thousand unworthy things must one

i be able to forget-"
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Misses Livingston Entertained for
JMisses Dean'
Introducing their lovely cousins,

Misses Helen and Dorothy Dean of

Gainesville, Ga., who will spend the

next few weeks' visiting in Ocala,
Misses Catherine and Mary Harriet
Livingston entertained at a charming

party last evening at the attractive
home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Henry Livingston on Wenona street.

Their guests included the members of

the unmarried set'nd a few married

friends.

The spacious lawn and residence

was aglow, the former being lighted
with dozens of Japanese lanterns and
the latter very artistically decorated

with a wealth of flowers jagainst a

background of greens. The hostesses

had planned for a lawn party but the
heavy rain of the afternoon inter interposed;
posed; interposed; however, seats and rugs were
placed at intervals on the lawn and
as the moon shone brightly, many
availed themselve-j of the delightful
retreats to spend a few minutes in
conversation.
Possibly the largest camphor tree
in the city is at this home and last
evening it formed a most beautiful

canopy for the punch table which was

presided over by Miss Lois Livingston
in Japanese costume and Mr. Laurie

Izlar.

Mrs. W. W. Harriss. greeted the

guests on the broad veranda and at
the front door Mr. and Mrs. Living Livingston
ston Livingston received, extending a warm wel

come to all. Mrs. Livingston wore a
most becoming gown of silk.

The receiving line was formed in

the parlor and Mrs. E. L. Carney in introduced
troduced introduced the guests to those compos composing
ing composing it, who were the hostesses, the
honorees and Misses Stella Camp,
Caroline Harriss, Mabel Meffert, Beu Beu-lalr
lalr Beu-lalr Whitney, Messrs. O. B. Howse,

Earl Hall, Bernard Koonce, Leslie
Anderson,. Albert Harriss, Edward

Green, Robert Whitney and William f

Christian.

Miss Livingston wore charming

treation of pink brocaded charmeuse

and lace. Miss Mary Harriet Living

ston looked lovely wearing white lace

with a bodice draped in green chiffon.
The pretty honorees were lavishly ad-!

mired in their evening dresses, Miss
Dorothy Dean wearing lavendar chif chiffon
fon chiffon accordian plaited and Miss Dean
pink satin, embroidered in pink and
white rosebuds.

The large library and dining room

were thrown into one long room by
double doors and there ten tables
were placed for cards. The veranda
was converted into a ball room and

stationed at one end of it on the lawn

was a colored string orchestra, which

furnished entrancing music through

out the evening. Cards and dancing,

at all times a welcome diversion, on

this occasion were enthusiastically
enjoyed by the guests until twelve

o'clock, an intermission being taken at

eleven only long enough to relish an

ice course which was served by three

of the hostessess youneer sisters.

Enjoying Misses Livingston's beau

tiful party besides those receiving and
assisting were Misses Catharine and

Mildred Pyles, Rexie Todd, Avalee Ed

wards, Virginia Sistrunk, Nina Camp,

Margaret Jackson, Alice Long, Alar

ion and Dorothy Long, Hester Dewey,

Gladys and Theo Wallis, Franklin

Harvey, Blair Woodrow, Martha
Kate Rentz, Annie Pope Eagleton,
Lois Dame, Ruth Rentz, Sarah Pearl

Martin, Margaret Wade, Ethel Hay

craft, Gertie Peyser, Sue Moore, Ada

Sanders, Blanch Whaley, Messrs. Tom

Pasteur, J. D. McDonald, Hugo Mcin Mcintosh,
tosh, Mcintosh, Fred Meffert, Leroy Bridges,
George Looney, Robert and Pat An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, Carlisle Izlar, Sam Mathews,

Joe Borden, W. B. Gallagher, Frankie

Harris, LaGrange Sistrunk, Wayne

TenEyck, Charlie Chazal, Niel Fer

guson, Whit Palmer, Carlton Ervin,
Clarence Meffert, Luther Mershon,

Harold Meade, W. M. Martin, Welsh
Dewey, T. D. Lancaster, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Lloyd and Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Johnson.

Miss Blair Woodrow and her vis

itor Miss Franklin Harvey of Charles

ton, S. C, were guests last night of

Miss Martha Kate Rentz. They. re returned
turned returned to Lake Weir today and were
accompanied by Miss Rentz who will
visit Miss Woodrow and Miss Eloise

Henry.

yesterday, making the trip to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville aboard the Lenape and are

domiciled at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

W. T. Gary-
Alumni Association of the Ocala High

School Formed

AND RETURN FROM

VIA

ST.MAIU HAILTIOAD OF THE SOUTn

TiVtrets Sold Julv 2nd. Final Limit July 14th. Good on all regular

trains. : -"-
STEEL SLEEPERS OBSERVATION CARS.
For Tickets and Reservations call on

WILLIAMS, J. G. KIRKLAND,
Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla. D. P. A., Tampa, Flav

four Ad: in the Star.

The young ladies' auction club will

meet Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock

with Miss Adele Bittinger.

Misses Catherine and Mildred Pyles

will leave on the 13th for Pablo to

visit Mrs. Ion Farris of Jacksonville,
who has taken a cottage there for the

summer. From Pablo they will to

Palm Beach to be members of a
house party given by a number of

young men.

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Friday morning Miss Lois Dame will

entertain informally at auction, com complimentary
plimentary complimentary to Misse3 Helen and Dor-

lothey Dean.

Friends are welcoming Mrs. R. E.

Down3 and Miss Cecile Downs after

an absence of nearly a year spent in

New York, where the latter has been

taking vocal lessons. They arrived

Last evening at the court house

number of graduates of the Ocala

high school met and formed an alum

ni association. Miss Annie M. Atkin

son, temporary president, presided.
The minutes of the last call meeting

were read and corrected, after which
the committees to draft a constitution

and by-laws and to obtain list of grad

uates gave their reports. A list of

nearly 150 graduates has been com

piled. The constitution and by-laws

are as follows:
ConstituUon

In order to advance the interests of
our alma mater and to more closely

unite in the bonds of friendship the
graduates of the Ocala high school,

we the undersigned, agree to form

our selves into an alumni association.

The name of this association shall

be the Alumni Association of the

Ocala High School.

All graduates of the Ocala high
school shall be eligible to membership

in this association, membership be
ginning only after signing the consti
tution and paying the annual mem

bership fee.

The officers, of the association shall

consist of a president, vice president,

secretary and treasurer. They shall
be elected at the annual meeting of
the association, and shall continue to
perform the duties of their several of offices
fices offices until the election of their suc successors.
cessors. successors. The president shall preside at all

meetings and shall be ex-oCteio mem

ber of all standing committees, but

not of special committees. The vice vice-president
president vice-president in the absence of the presi president
dent president shall take the chair, but will notj
assume the duties of the president in

committees unless the president shall
so request. .- .
The secretary's duties shall be
three-fold, recording, corresponding

ana nnanciai.

Recording: The secretary shall

of the association.
Financial: The" secretary shall
keep an accurate, permanent record
of the proceedings of each meeting

and shall be prepared to read them at

the ensuing meeting. .The secretary
shall attend to all the correspondence

of the association. The secretary shall

keep the accounts of the association
with the members, with all parties
having dealings with the association

and with the treasurer. He or she

shall collect and pay over to the treas

urer all dues and other receipts. He

or she shall draw orders on the treas

urer, to be signed by the president,
for all monies to be paid out. The

treasurer shall receive from the sec

retary all monies of the association
and shall pay out the same only on

the presentation of an order by the
secretary and signed by the president

and approved by the executive com
mittee. He or she shall make an an

nual statement of the funds in his or

her hands, which shall be verified by

the books of the secretary.
The annual meetings of the associa

tion shall be held on the first Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday after commencement. Special

meetings shall be held at the call of

the president on the request of nine

members.

The president shall appoint the
following committees: An executive

committee of three members to be ap

pointed immediately upon his or her

election, and such special committees
as may be found necessary thereaft thereafter.
er. thereafter. The "executive committee shall

meet at the call of the chairman.

The proceedings and deliberations
of the meetings of the association

shall be governed by the rules of or
der found in Roberts' Manual.

This constitution may be altered or
amended at any regular meeting by a
vote of two-thirds of the members

present.

By-Laws
Fifteen members shall constitute a

quorum.

The annual membership fee shall be

one dollar.

The following shall be the order of
business at the annual meeting:
Call to order.
Roll call.
Reading of minutes of last meeting.
Reports of officers.
Reports of committees.
Unfinished business.
New business.
Adjournment.
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Miss Ophelia Sawtell, who is at
Johns Hopkins hospital in Baltimore,
studying to be a trained nurse, will

reach home August 21 to spend her
fortnight vacation with her mother,

Mrs. S. R. Pyles.

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Mrs. James Taylor and little Miss

Martha Taylor leave the first of

next week for Louisville, Ky., to visit

Mrs. Taylor's mother, Mrs. Allan,
later going to Pittsburg to visit her

sister, Mrs. J. W. Stoeckle. They will

be awayuntil fall.
Miss Martha Blakeney is a member
of the coterie of charming visitors to
Ocala. She arrived yesterday from
her home in Little Rock, Ark, and is
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. M.
Gross at the Methodist parsonage.

"CARTER'S BELIQ0

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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-CEMTS
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 andyother 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 annouucements.
Sold by all the leading grocers.

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NEAR POSTOFFICE

TIME TO BALK.

Khm Chinaman Thought the Misslanary

Waa Going Too Far.
Dr. Prank Garrett, who has been a
missionary to Cblna for the last seven seventeen
teen seventeen years, says that the first thins
you have to do la' to get the Chinese
viewpoint. Like nuiny of their cus cus-tomri.
tomri. cus-tomri. It Keenis to uh uj wide down. In
the United States If you call n man a
liar you are likely to set Into neiious
trouLIe. In China the roan would be
rather complimented than JusuItedL
A missionary had established a little
church somewhere In the .Interior and
put native preacher In charge while
he visited Dome other mission inilnts.
When he returned be missed one young
man from the congreatlen. The ca ca-tlve
tlve ca-tlve preacher said they bad put him
out of the church.
"Why. what was the matter? What
did he do' asked the missionary.

"lie stole n bamboo rod. returned
the preacher.
-Why," answered the missionary, -a
bamboo rod la worth only about 10
cents. Don't you think you were a lit
tie severe?
"No. no." and he shook hla bead In Indignantly.
dignantly. Indignantly. rWe can't have a thief In
the church. The Bible eaya a thief
can't go to heaven, and we couldn't
have ao7 one in the church who
couldn't go to heaven. Besides, It
would give fis a bad name In the com community."
munity." community." "We 11." returned the missionary, "the
Bible aaya a liar can't go to heaven.
Are you going to turn the liars oat
too?"
"Oh,", cried the preacher, "that's dif different!
ferent! different! Entirely different! We all
116." Youth'a Companion.

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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

tributed by Anti-Monopoly Drug

Store. 22-St

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

the printing office I have for years
been a chronic sufferer from indiges

tion and liver trouble. A few weeks
ago I had an attack that was so se severe
vere severe that I was not able to go to the

case for two days. 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.

NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT

j (Concluded on Fourth Page)

If you want to purchase a new au

tomobile on easy payments, get the

information by addressing Box 164,

Ocala, Fla. G-19-12t
Constipation Cured Overnight

A small dose of Po-Do-Lax tonight

and you will enjoy a full, free, easy
bowel movement in the morning. No
eriDinr. for Po-Do-Lax is Podophylin

(May Apple) without the gripe. Po-Do-Lax
corrects the cause of consti consti-pation
pation consti-pation by arousing the liver, increas increas-fntr
fntr increas-fntr the flow of bile. Bile is nature's

antiseptic in the bowels. With proper
amount of bile, digestion in bowels is
perfect. No gas, no fermentation, no
constipation. Don't be sick, nervous,
irritable. Get a bottle of Po-Do-Lax

from vour drucrxnst now and cure

your constipation overnight. Ad. 1

SEE 1UJ2 ARM on the Silver

Springs road which furnishes the

Merchant's Cafe" every day with

fresh veget lea, milk and eggs, tf

For plumbidg and electrical work

see IL W. Tucker. Phone SCO I

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TiirE will put on sale our en-
tire line of Lien's Glrcr:
Hats, this season's goods and
the newest styles. Hats that
we have been selling at 01.50
S2, $2.50 and S3, all go at

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Sale Begins Promptly at 9 a. m.

and continues until all hats arc sold otlt.

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Odd Fellows meet tonight.

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Masons meet Thursday evening.

"Carter's Delicious' slice cake is
sold by all the leading grocers. Ask
for it. Eight ounces for 10c. tf
Mr. J. G. Kichline, the Eastiake
merchant, was in town today, on his
way for a business visit to Burbank.
Use Nyal's family remedies. All
good good for all. Sold by Annex
Drug Store. 16-tf
Prof. Richard Ervin of Fellowship
was inj.he city last night.
Try one of those frosted pints cf
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
Chief of Police Adams has returned
home from his trip to North Florida
and Georgia, much improved in health.
Will Gray, the fisherman, is prob probably
ably probably due to win another prize. On an
expedition to Orange Lake the other
day, he hooked and after a most
lively struggle landed a trout which
weighed fourteen pounds.
You take no' chances in getting
shrimp and crabs at RodofT's as he
receives them direct from the sea
each afternoon. Call at Keating's
Buffet,, or phone 22. tf
Messrs. J. J. Gerig, Chas. II. Lloyd,
E. C. Bennett and a number of other
usually optimistic citizens are knock knockers
ers knockers today. They are swinging their
hammers on the grandstand at the
all park, doing thefr -darndest to
fcnish it for Thursday's game.
Mosquitoes we have the only
rhe Court Pharmacy. 4t
The Temple program tonight will
have "The Exoloits "of Elaine," two
reels, "The Test," a Kalem drama and
a live Lubin comic.
Before going on your vacation, buy
your toilet articles, where quality
counts. The Court Pharmacy. 4t
Mr. D. W. Tompkins, vice president
of the Commercial Bank, has returned
from New York, where he has been
for the past ten days on business. He
reports business conditions improving
all over the country and everybody is
beginning to again look through op
timistie glasses as of yore.
We are offering a big cut in prices
on stationery, making room for new
.shipment. The Court Pharmacy. 4t
Dr. D. M. Smith, after several
weeks stay in Baltimore, is now at
Stearns, in the mountains of North
Carolina, where he will spend a few
days before returning home.
When tired out and thirsty come to
the Court Pharmacy fountain. 4t
Mr. A. J. BriganceJ who has pur
chased a splendid farm in the Flem
irgton neighborhood, is in the city to today
day today :'oru business. He accompanied a
picnic party from Flemington to Or Orange
ange Orange Lake and came down oh the
morning train. The party at Orange
Lake is having a fish fry and al
around good outing, and after eating
a goodly quantity of fish Mr. Brig;
ance gave them the slip to come down
and shake hands with his many Ocala
friendi. '".W-
Take Note of the Small Things.
Practice yourself, for heaven's sake,
In little things and then proceed to
rreater. Eplctetus.
WEATIIEB KnroT
This report is made from obt;ev
tions taken daily by Mr. F. G. L
Vveihe, ofHcial observer for the jtov- j
jrnmeht. Max. Min II. F. ;
Jftqe 1 ............ ..75 64
JuneNV. t ........ .88
June STTS 92
June 5 85
June 6 .......... V. .86
70
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65
69
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June 7
June 8
June 9
June 10
June 11
;.:.85
... .98
:..95
.92
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73
70
C3
63
66
67
69
70
70
71
69
68
75
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67
71
70
.70
70
72
June 12 ...91
Tupe 13 92
Tune 14 ....... 93
June 15 .93
June 10 S3
June if .......... .i. 87
June 18 SS
June 19 94
June, 20 ......98
June 21 ........... .91
June 22 99
June 23 ....... .....90
June 24 ........ r. .91
June 25 ..S3
June 26 ............ .92
June 27 94
June 28 .. .... .. ..91
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Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers
WILBUR W. C. ShliTH
Licensed Embalmer
l Phono 10 Ocala, Fla.

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Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mote of Lees Lees-burg,
burg, Lees-burg, were visitors to the city today,
Mrs. Richard McConathy leaves the
first of next week for Hot Springs,
Virginia.
Mr. Alfred Beck left this afternoon
for a business trip down the east
coast.
Miss Irene Tompkins returned
Monday from a week-end visit to her
cousin, Miss Eunice O'Dell at Mic-
anopy.
Miss Annie Mae Close returned to today
day today from,avisit to her grandmother,
Mrs. E. M. Gray in Tampa.
Miss Mary Hall, -a popular member
of the young society set of St: Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, will arrive Thursday to
visit Miss Mabel Meffert.
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Mrs. J. H. Nelson and pretty little
daughter Rhita, who have been visit
ing her sister-in-law, Mrs. E. J. Crook,
returned to Jacksonville today.
Mrs. Bessie Hammack of the, tele
phone exchange, left today for Clin
ton, S. C, to spend her vacation.' She
will be accompanied home by- her
three children who have been attend
ing school in Clinton.
Dr. J. F. McKinnon, wha ably filled
the pulpit in the Presbyterian church
Sunday for both the morning and eve
ning service, left yesterday for Wild Wild-wood
wood Wild-wood in his car for a brief visit to
relatives before returning home.
While in the city Dr. McKerinon was
the guest of his cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
Baxter Cam.
Mrs. Annie Aiken and Miss Mabel
Aiken will leave the middle of July
for St. Petersburg and Winter Haven
to visit relatives for the remainder
of the summer.
Mrs. S. B. Osteen and daughter,
Miss Millicent left last night for
Clearwater to spend the summer with
the former's son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Smith.
Mrs. F. M. Parker and daughters,
Misses Franklin and Catharine Par Par-ker,
ker, Par-ker, who have been guests of Mrs.
George Close and Mrs. E. H. Martin
for a-fortnight,, left last night for
their home in Tampa, accompanied by
Mr. Parker, who joined them. Sunday.
The Tuesday two tabic auction club
was pleasantly entertained this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon by Miss Nellie Gottlieb at the
Arms House. J Only members were
present and composing the two tables
of players were Misses -Mary Mc McDowell,
Dowell, McDowell, Helen Brokn, Dorothy Schrei Schrei-beVf
beVf Schrei-beVf Kathleen Jackson, Ellen Clark Clark-son,
son, Clark-son, Mrs. Herbert Lattner, Mrs. R. N.

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WE DON'T FIND IT NECESSARY
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To advertise great money raising sales in order to do business. Our prices are always reason reasonable,
able, reasonable, and if we could sell cheaper aat a "so-called sale" we could have sold cheaper before the
"sale." When you have read one of your mail order circulars or one .of your "money raising
sale" circulars, just cdme around and let us name our prices on the same grades, and we'll
show you where you save money by buying from us. Besides, here you see what you are get getting
ting getting before you pay one cent, instead of paying delivery charges and cash in advance before
you have seen what you are buying. W e carry a full line of House Furnishings Complete
and we will take your1 old goods in part payment or buy them for cash.

We are now operating in connection with our furnishing business a first class repair shop,
where we are prepared to do Upholstering, Frame Pictures, Re-Silver Mirrors, Repair Any Piece
of Furniture, Enamel, Repaint or Varnish odd pieces or -a whole outfit. In this department we
can build a lawn or porch swing to order. All work guaranteed.
" OUR MOTTO Prices Right and Terms Easy

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Dosh and the hostess. A pretty and
useful silk sewing bag was awarded
for top score and following the games
a refreshing ice course was served.
Javens-Campbell
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Campbell of this
city are announcing the marriage of
their daughter Ovieda, to Mr. James
Darragh Javens, which took place
Tuesday evening, 8:30 o'clock, June
22nd, at West Bridgewater, Pa.
The bride is a very pretty and
charming young lady, and her Flor Florida
ida Florida friends join in sincere good wishes
for her happiness.
A COMING EVENT
"The Little Grandmas from Grand Grandma
ma Grandma Land," who will appear at the
Temple theater on Thursday, July 1st,
are a dear little band of people and
will entertain you" delightfully for an
hour or two if you will go to see and
hear them. They will only charge a
small sum to defray their expenses.
They are working in a good cause.
Encourage them and be edified your yourself.
self. yourself. A Cautious Reply.
At West Point they tell a story of a
man known as Ginger, on account of
the peculiar color of his hair, who grad graduated
uated graduated at the foot of his class after six
years' at the Point.
Ginger distinguished himself while
reciting to an Instructor In ordnance
by a remarkable answer to the ques question
tion question "How- many 'pieces will a twelve
pound shell burst into?" the average
number having been determined well
by experiment. After due reflection
Ginger lifted his eyes to those of the
tastructor and replied:
"Not less than two." New York
Times.
Hard Both Way. v
"When children want to marry they
sometimes have a hard time lu getting
their parents to consent.
"Children have no ki-k when It comes
to being hard hearted. When parents
want to marry they almost never sue sue-teed
teed sue-teed In getting the children's consent"
Pittsburgh Post.
, Famous Literary Compositions.
-Destroy this letter.
"1. John Doe. being of sound body
and mind, do make and declare this to
be my last will.
"Subscribed and sworn to beforeme.
"riease remit-
"R. R V. P." Milwaukee Free Press.
Remembered Prohibition.
Three-year-old Dorothy, who was al allowed
lowed allowed to play on the parkway, was
told by her mother she must not get
acquainted with strange people. One
day an organ grinder with a monkey
stopped to play "and Dorothy made
friends at once. As the organ grinder
moved away Dorothy followed, her
mother called to her, and she paused
long enough to sav: 'Tee yest gettin
quainted wif monkey, not man's.
Ancients Knew Quicksilver.
The discovery fa an Austrian ceme
tery of glass mirrors dating from the
second or third century upset the
theory that the ancients depended on
polished metal to see themselvE"

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COMING JULY 1
The Little Grandmas from Grand Grandma
ma Grandma Land will appeal at the Temple
theater on July 1. This is their first
visit to Ocala and we trust that you
will give them a cordial welcome.
PINEAPPLES, '$1.00
For 48 "Little Sweetlings" this week.
R. L. Goodwin, Fort Pierce, Fla., box
T. 28-6t
Lame Back
Lame back is usually due to rheu rheumatism
matism rheumatism of the muscles of the back.
Hard working people are most likely
to suffer from it. Relief may be had
by massaglnj? the back with Cham
berlain's Liniment two or "three times
a day. Try it. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
Peculiar ; Harvest "estival.
At the end cf the harvest season
In Malabar there takes place the
dance of the drummers, a. popular
function, In which the principal char
acter is a weird figure supposed to
represent the sacred cow of the gods,
Kamachenu. A sinal boy carries this
about while the other performers,
decked out In primitive fashion with
painted bodices and hideous masks,
go through a weird dance, accompa accompanied
nied accompanied by much drum-beating and sing
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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. You will be gratified for the re relief
lief relief and cure obtained. Ad. 1
Wise Johnny Smith.
"Mother, you know the way me and
Johnny Smith play I'm Indians an'
he's soldiers? "Yes, dear; what ot
It?" "Well. If I don't Jet him lick me
every time we play, he taya I, aren't
patriotic." Century.
Thirty-Six for 25 Cents
Dr. King's New Life Pills are now
supplied in well-corked glass bottles.
containing SG .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
todayvtake 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
Ba?h Rcbe Came First.
According to rono of the old pic pic-.ures.
.ures. pic-.ures. the patriarchs wore bath robes
i leni; time before baths were In In-rented.
rented. In-rented. ft M
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Would be a good investment, would it not? I think so,
yet I have a better proposition to offer you.
MOW LISTER! :'
I will sell you a New 5-Eoora BonQaloiv, worth $1000 or SIHOQ for
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I will sell you a lot at 50 per cent discount. One lot to a customer. These
offers only hold good until JULY 10th. Let me show you.

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COME TO THE SUNSHINE CITY
If yoa want to keep cool and take a
plunge in the bay. You will find good
rooms and board at $5 per week at
82G Central avenue, St. Petersburg,
Fla. Mrs. LI P. Butler. 25-tf
Whooping Cough
. "When my daughter had whooping
cough she couched so hard at cne
time that she had hemorrhage of the
lungs. I was terribly alarmed about
her condition. Seeing Chamberlain'
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
2.1rs.- S. F. Grimes, Crooksville, Ohio.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Houses for rent on Daugherty
street, ajl modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to A. G. Gates at Gates Gar Garage.
age. Garage. 15-tf

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