OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1915
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UTILE GHAIiGE REPORTED TODAY Oil THE FICII1G UIIES
CONTRADICTED BY THE OTHER
London, June 30. Russia's reply to
the Austro-German victories in Gal Gal-icia
icia Gal-icia is a lay creating a board of mu munitions.
nitions. munitions. It is imnowered to spend un
limited money and given unrestricted
power over all the country's indus industries.
tries. industries. The creation of this board is
taken to indicate that Russia realizes
the disters to her army is largely due
to the lack of munitions.
FIGHTING SLACK ON THE VAR VARIOUS
IOUS VARIOUS FRONTS
Quiet prevails on all fronts except excepting
ing excepting the border separating Russian
Poland and Galicia.
BIDDING FOR BULGARIA
The Balkan dispatches declare that
Bulgaria is satisfied with the terri territory
tory territory the entente allies have offered.
Turkey continues, trying to conciliate
ITALY AND TURKEY ABOUT TO
Rumors of a break in diplomatic
relations between Italy and Turkey
are again rife.
TOOK BACK THE TRENCHES
The French claim they have recov recovered
ered recovered all. the trenches the Germans had
recaptured in the Vosges. No other
change in the western situation is. re
ported.-';", ;-.. ;,v .;
RUSSIANS IN RETREAT
The German reports have the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian s pressing the Russians .hard in
rerrpnr. ihrmio-h nnrt.hpastfrn Gnliriji
and southern Russian Poland, toward
the river Bug. Petrograd, however,
reports enormous losses inflicted on
AUSTRIAN ARTILI "RY ACTIVE
' Rpnnrts fpftm the 1 s ttl sinrl Trri-
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tino districts mention Austrian artil artillery
lery artillery activity against Italy.
Italy is slowly progressing on the
RUSSIANS FALLING BACK FROM
Berlin, June 30. The official army
statement today says tne Kussians
have begun to retreat from the Vis Vistula
tula Vistula river and the district of Zamosz.
TURKISH DEAD FILL THE CAP CAP-TURED
TURED CAP-TURED TRENCHES
patch says the exhaustion of the
Turks .facing the French on the Galli Galli-poli
poli Galli-poli peninsula is evident an.d causes
the belief that the Turkish position at
Krithia will soon be taken by assault.
In the recent French advance it is
statea tnat (i,uuu runes were louna
dead in the trenches taken. It is de declared
clared declared the allies are gaining in the
- Dardanelles.- 1 :. -.-
OTTOMANS REPULSED ALLIES
Amsterdam, June 30. A Constan Constantinople
tinople Constantinople official communication says
the Turks repulsed the allied attacks
in the Dardanelles and captured two
lines of the allied trenches.
BEAT TURKS IN A
Petrograd, June 30. The Russians
were victorious in a battle near Che Che-iag
iag Che-iag in Trans-Caucasia. More than one
thousand Turks were left on the field.
SECOND TIME MONTENEGRINS
HAVE OCCUPIED SCUTARI
London, June 30.- The Montenegrin
army hasoc6upied Scutari in Albania.
y- -5, A correspondent
'. turned from a visit
4 -c-1 ty headquarters
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. ua 1.1 mil jtsacca
FULL EMERGY TO SUPPLY OF M
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IE LIVES LOST, AMONG WHOM MAY BE
Washington, June 29, 3:46 p. m.
The" Dominion liner Armenian was!
torpedoed and sunk by a German sub submarine
marine submarine on the night of jJune 28th,
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THE SHUT DOWN IN BUILDING
TRADES WILL BECOME EF EFFECTIVE
FECTIVE EFFECTIVE TOMORROW
Chicago, 'June 30. It is announced
today that the general shut down in
all allied building, construction and
material industries here will become
-effective tomorrow. It is expected
the order will throw more than two
hundred thousand men out of employ employment.
ment. employment. The shut down is intended to
force sixteen thousand striking car carpenters
penters carpenters to arbitrate. ?
HAS GONE ACROSS
New York, June 30. Jeremiah
O Donovan, known as Donovan Rossa,
the Irish patriot, died here last night.
OTJonovan Rossa, Irish patriot and
revolutionist, spent the last half of his
life in the United States, 20 years of
which were passed under an edict of
banishment from Great Britain and
any of her possessions. Tho grant granted
ed granted a full pardon by Queen Victoria
for his revolutionary activities in
"freeing Ireland," a quarter of a cen century
tury century after the Fenian uprising, he re remained
mained remained to the end an uncompromising
foe to British rule.
Born in County Cork in 1831 as
Jeremiah O 'Donovan, he later took the
name of Rossa, and while still a boy
became interested in the Young Ire Ireland
land Ireland movement.
Washington, June 30. The United
States government has adopted the
practice of notifying the German ad admiralty
miralty admiralty through Ambassador Gerard
of the time of departure of every pas passenger
senger passenger ship sailing the American
flag and approximately the hours dur during
ing during which it will pass through the war
IN GRANDMA LAND
Go to the Temple theater Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon at 3:30 and in the eve evening
ning evening at 8 o'clock and imagine your yourself
self yourself a child again. The little grand grandmas
mas grandmas will interest and entertain you
very delightfully. Be sure to come
and bring your friends to this de delightful,
lightful, delightful, pure and pretty play,, "In
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- EVEDV CLAIM OF OIIE SIDE
twenty miles northwest of Trevose
Head, Cornwall. Consul Armstrong
at Bristol, reporting today says 29
lives- were lost. ; Ten Americans are
SUB HIT ASHORE
ANOTHER AMERICAN UNDER.
SEA BOAT IN TROUBLE
San Francisco, June 30. A- wire wireless
less wireless report ays the United States
submarine H-3 went ashore last night
near Point Sur. She is reported in no
danger and none of the crew were in injured.
jured. injured. IIG IIEUTRAL SHIPS
Germany Will Not Leave .Norway
Any Merchant Marine
(Associated Press) x
London, June 30. The Norwegian
ship Gambus Kenneth, from Portland,
Oregon, for Liverpool, was sunk today
by the German submarine U-39. Thir Thirteen
teen Thirteen of the Kenneth's crew were
landed. Eight German subjects were
taken aboard the submarine.
The Norwegian steamship Gjeso
was also sunk by a German submar submarine
ine submarine today. The crew was landed at
Bay Lake, June 29. We are having
some nice showers now, just what we
need for potato planting.
Messrs. D. M. Waldron and Mike
Cassels loaded two carloads of fine
watermelons last week and expect to
load a car each day during this week.
Messrs. E. Hinson and Mike Cas Cassels
sels Cassels were callers in Eureka Sunday
Mrs. D. M. Waldron, Miss Donnie,
Mattie and Mr. J. B. Waldron were
Ocala shoppers Saturday.
Mr. Purdom of Ocala was a busi business
ness business caller in Bay Lake Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Geiger are the
proud parents of a fine baby boy.
Mr. Charlie Harp of Eureka spent
Sunday in Bay Lake.
Mr. D. M. Waldron has received a
fine pair of hound pups from Mr.
Bowing of Georgia.
Misses'Nettie Massey, Jessie Short Short-ridge,
ridge, Short-ridge, Messrs. Harry Massey and
Ralph Shortridge of Citra spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday in Bay Lake, the guests of Misses
Donnie and Mattie Waldron.
Messrs. Will and John McQuaig of
Mud lake, drove over in their Ford
car and carried Misses Othella Cas Cassels,
sels, Cassels, Mattie Waldren, Messrs. Charlie
Harp and Bailey Waldron. to Orange
Springs. All enjoyed a dip in the
famous old springs.
PAW Pffi TTAPfR
MEET GERMAN ADVAIES III PEACE
London, June 30. David Mason,
liberal member of the House of Com Commons
mons Commons from Coventry, has given notice
that he will ask Premier Asquith in
the House of Commons today "Wheth "Whether,
er, "Whether, in view of certain recent speeches
made by members of the German
parliament, in which they demanded
speedy, honorable peace, his majesty's
government will now consider the ad advisability
visability advisability of stating at this time more
specifically than heretofore the terms
upon which such peace with England
and her allies would be possible, with
the object of hastening, if possible,
such happy consummation.
This may mean that the present
war,hich has devasted such a large
portion of Europe, will be brought to
an early close. Experts have pre
dicted that the fighting would con continue
tinue continue until one side or the other had
exhausted their supply of ammuni ammunition
tion ammunition or mep. The whole world anxious anxiously
ly anxiously awaits the reply of Premier As Asquith
quith Asquith to this question.
ATLANTA JUDGE WANTS TO
KNOW WTIY MEN PROWLED
AROUND SLATON ESTATE
, Atlanta, June 30- Judge Hill in
the. superior court today charged the
grand jury to investigate the cases of
the twenty-six men the militia ar arrested
rested arrested near Slaton's estate last week.
The judge denounced mob violence.
SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Ocala, Fla., Tuesday, June 22.
The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county met in special
called session and adopted resolutions
according to form furnished for the
purpose of issuing $25,000 in funding
warrants to Powell, Garard & Co., of
Chicago, for. the purpose of borrowing
money to retire current warrants.
They also agreed to pay. P. D. O'dell
$200 in compromise settlement in full
for all dues on his Ocala contracts.
They also received from Mrs. D. M.
Roberts $1200 as a loan and issued an
interest coupon warrant for same.
No furthej: business appearing the
board adjourned to meet on Monday
afternoon, July. 5, 1915, for the espe especial
cial especial purpose of making estimates for
the expensesof the ensuing year.
This will be j2st prior to the regular
meeting on Tuesday for general busi business.
ness. business. Very respectfully,
J. H. Brinson, Secretary.
BASEBALL FANS ARE
. BUYING GRANDSTAND BOXES
The Star is informed that the loyal
baseball fans are rallying to the sup support
port support of the fund for the grandstand,
with a view to giving it a good send send-off
off send-off at the "game tomorrow.
A number of box parties ten, we
are informed have been arranged
for tomorrow. There will be four or
five chairs, at 25 cents for each chair,
in each box. Its a good example and
the Star hopes it will be extensively
Mill Creek, June 29- The dance
and ice cream supper held at Ed W.
Moore's Saturday night was largely
attended by people from Orange
Springs, Fort McCoy, Eureka, Bay
Lake, Citra and Lochloosa. Those
from Lochloosa were Messrs. George
W. Wells and Barney Cheshire. All
report a nice time. Everybody danc danced.
ed. danced. SAFETY FIRST
Don't weaken your health by allow allowing
ing allowing yourself to become constipated.
Take a mild, sure laxative. Nyal's
Figsen is an effective aid to nature,
not a harsh stimulant. Get a ten cent
box of these candy tablets now, at the
Annex Drug Store. 16-tf
OCALA SEED STORE
A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
Shorts, Hay and Molasses feeds. C5tf
GREAT WEDDING FESTIVITIES
WILL TAKE PLACE TODAY
AT BOWLING GREEN
Bowling Green, Mo., June 30 Hun Hundreds
dreds Hundreds of guests, many prominent in
the nation's political and social life,
are here for the wedding late today
of Miss Genevieve Clark, daughter of
Speaker Champ Clark, to Jame3 M.
Thompson, publisher of the New Or Orleans
leans Orleans Item. A blanket invitation was
issued to all Missourians. The town
is scarcely able to hold the guests.
The wedding occurs on the lawn of
the Clark home. Scores of members
of Congress, the governor of Missouri
and many state officials are present.
UNUSUALLY FINE CANTS
While the cantaloupe crop of Mar Marion
ion Marion county has not been a very bril brilliant
liant brilliant financial success, we do not
ever remember to have tasted finer
flavored fruit all through the season
from the first to the last. As far as
we are able to judge, the rains that
usually practically destroy the flavor
of the fruit have not in the least in injured
jured injured it and it looks like the last ship shipments
ments shipments will be as good as the first.
Belleview, June 20. On the night
of June 15th the whole of Belleview
turned out en masse to welcome one
of its sons, Mr. C. F. Bryant and his
bride. The evening was spent by the
elderly in conversation and the young
folks enjoyed games. At a late hour
ice cream and cake was served. Aft Afterward
erward Afterward each wished the bride and
groom a happy voyage on life's mat matrimonial
rimonial matrimonial sea and departed to their
'Postmaster C. A. Tremere" spent
several days last week in Live Oak
attending the pastmasters' convention.
Mr. Tremere was joined by the assist assistant
ant assistant postmaster, Miss Ellie Tremere,
when he passed through Gainesville.
In answer to three urgent telegrams
Prof. A. B. Connor made a flying trip
to West Florida to attend to school
matters. While off he dropped in un unexpectedly
expectedly unexpectedly on Mrs. Connor at the
summer school in Gainesville and
gave her a pleasant surprise.
Mr. John D. Lyles stole a march on
his friends last Tuesday and brought
back Miss Elsie Reinoehl of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville as his bride. Somehow it leaked
out during the day as such things will
do and that night quite a number of
his friends met the train to welcome
him with a shower of rice, etc.
Mrs. Rowen and son who have been
visiting their uncle, M. Romo for
quite awhile, left for Cleveland, O
Mrs. J. A. Murray of Gainesville is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
. Miss Turner left last week for
Binghampton, N. Y., to spend the
summer with friends.
We had a card a few days ago from
Rev. A. B. McDonald in Indiana stat
ing his health was improving.
The Belleview baseball club are al
most invincible on their own diamond,
but they seem to lose their nerve
when they visit other diamonds. Last
Saturday Coleman came with' a strong
line-up. Belleview fairly "ran away
with them. Coleman must think we
have a strong team for they want
some of our players to help them de defeat'
feat' defeat' Waldo.
Mrs. Caroline Moorhead will give a
canning demonstration at the home
of Prof. Connor Thursday, July 1st.
All are invited to attend and see how
it is done.
Miss Maggie Whisenant returned
home Monday from a visit to her
uncle, David Whisenant of Candler.
Miss Minnie Kilpatrick has been
spending a few days at Silver Spring?
visiting her sister, Mrs. Langford.
Try one of those froeted pints cS
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
If IT DOES HOT, E0I10PE II
SIGfllHCAVir HELMS HADE TO GEOHGIA LEOiEL'lL
' SENATOR SL11IH
Atlanta, June 30- Senator Hoke
Smith today addressing the Georgia
legislature said the United States
musfenforce neutral rights impar impartially,
tially, impartially, and predicted that unless order
is restored in Mexico by the end of
the European war, an European army
will be sent to Mexico.
PULLED ANOTHER BUNCH OF
El Paso, June 30. General Cara Cara-veo,
veo, Cara-veo, Ike Alderto and Frank Alderto
were arrested by federal officials to today
day today in connection with the alleged
Huerta plot. .
MEXICAN FACTIONS MAY MEET
The possibility that the two domi dominant
nant dominant Mexican factions soon may dis discuss
cuss discuss peace occupied the attention of
Mexican -circles here today. Jose
Isabel Robles, war minister of the
Gutierrez cabinet, declared Villa and
Obregon have agreed' to discuss peace
terms. They probably will confer
about the middle of 'July.
ITALY'S AID FOR ALLIES
Will Furnish Ports for Allied Forces
Operating Against the
London,' June 30 A dispatch to
the Daily Chronicle says:
Engaged, as she actually is, in a
life and death struggle with the dual
monarchy, and possibly with its big bigger
ger bigger ally also,- Italy cannot at this
moment afford to dislocate considera
ble forces from their main objective,
hence the report i3 altogether untrue
that Italy is on the point of dispatch dispatching
ing dispatching two army corps to aid the Anglo Anglo-French
French Anglo-French troops in Gallipoli or that she
is drafting the main portion of her
fleet from the Adriatic.
What Italy has done is to offer
Britain and France the free use of
one or more ports on the Adriatic heel
of Italy, like Brinsisi or Taranto, so
as to afford a nearer, safer, and more
advantageous base than the actual
one at Alexandria. -Italy, further furthermore,
more, furthermore, has undertaken to send to the
Dardanelles under command of the
Duke of the Abruzzi certain warships
of a type better adapted for work in inside
side inside the strait than some of the pre pre-dreadnoughts
dreadnoughts pre-dreadnoughts employed there hither hitherto,
to, hitherto, and England will withdraw these
latter from Turkish" waters exchang exchanging
ing exchanging them with tlaly for police work
in the Adriatic,
BRinsn nAVE taken
GERMAN SOUTHWEST AFRICA
Pretoria, June 30. It is announced
that in the Waterburg district, Otijiv Otijiv-arango
arango Otijiv-arango and Kankyand were taken by
the British. Practically all of German
southwest Africa is now in the hands
of the British.
On Thursday afternoon,June 24th,
an auto drove up to the manse of the
Presbyterian church of Candler from
which Mr. W. C Mahin and Miss Lot Lottie
tie Lottie E. Teeter, both, of Hawthorne,
stepped forth. Shortly 'after there
came forth from the manse Mr. and
Mrs. W. a Mahin. The Rev. B. B.
Staats, pastor of the Presbyterian
churches of Candler and Hawthorne,
performed 'the act which transformed
Miss Teeter into Mrs. Mahin.
Mr. Mahin is one of the leading
citizens of Hawthorne, fs cashier of
the Hawthorne State Bank, and has
had much to do with the more recent
developments of that prosperous and
progressive town. Mrs. Mahin as
Miss Teeter has been the very effi efficient,
cient, efficient, highly respected and well liked
principal of the Hawthorne scnool for
several years past.
Their many friends will wish them
a full and overflowing cup of happi happiness
ness happiness as they now "sail the sea cf life"
together. May the skies be bright and
the waters placid.
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STATE OF NEW YOUK WILL
TO HAVE HER KE-TIXL I!
. NASTY STORY
Malone, N. Y., Jun?
has served Evelyn 'Ne 'Ne-a'
a' 'Ne-a' subpoena at lu r ca
Chateaugay, and .!.
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against her .husband &t !.: i;
New York, to determine Harry Z.
sanity. It is understood he x.i
to New York next wfek.
WANTED, LOST. FOUND. IT) II
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AUTOMOBILE BAi: G .Ml.-' r
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Phone or write Auto-c-: ....
STRAYED Oil STOLEN One liver
and white female point or, ru.?.ie "Ten "Tennessee";
nessee"; "Tennessee"; disappeared 5 o'clock fvtr.if.
June 20. One yellow and wh'.U ft rank
setter, named "Blondic"; (N zi , ;rt.I
8 o'clock farae evening-. A Eltrcl .re .reward
ward .reward "will be given for return or in information
formation information of the where si cut cf "!Ls
dos. 'Fhone 4D3. CNif
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POSITION WANTED I y r-. ; -white
woman either na ti.
nurse or as chamt-'.-rnaid in .''! r
private home. Anyone net .-
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woodsman, married but without chil children.
dren. children. Must be strictly sober an'' a
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" "OCALA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY. JUNE 30, 1915
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RECOMMENDATION FOR OCALA
That Ocala banks are able to take
our city bonds is an excellent recom recommendation
mendation recommendation for both the banks and the
As already told in the Star, the
Commercial Bank of Ocala has taken
$155,000 of city bonds at par. These
bonds will enable the city to rebuild
its waterworks and put in a sewerage
system two improvements greatly
needed, and undertakings that will
greatly brace up business in the city
as well as fortify its permanent wel welfare
fare welfare and promote its growth.
A hundred and fifty-five thousand
dollars is a good sized sum of money
for a town like Ocala, and for the
Commercial Bank to be able to furn furnish
ish furnish it without the least hesitation
these hard times speaks well for the
solidity of the bank and the extent
of its resources.
It is not out of the way to remark
at this time that thejfrgt $45,000 of
waterworks bondissued some years
ago when- the'city purchased the
plant, werealso taken np by Ocala
hanksJi' Munroe & Chambliss and
thrt5cala ; National, placing them
without delay. This makes $200,00
worth of city bonds financed by city
banks. Good business arrangements
and an excellent recommendation for
Ocala and its financial institutions
OPINIONS OF AN AMERICAN
A special from Detroit to the New
York Herald says: Business interests
have brought George Gordon Moore,
well known American traction man
and sportsman, from the battle front
back to the United States. Since last
September he has been with the Brit British
ish British army in France. He believes the
Allies will win.
"The war, I think, will end within
one year, the end coming when the
munitions of the allied forces are
superior to those of the Germans, a
condition that is fast becoming a
reality under the management of Mr.
Lloyd-George," he said. "But .there
is no finer fighters in the world than
the English and Canadian soldiers
Russia is far from done. Her "troops
are sorely in need of munitions right
now, and are getting them.
"Only a small part of the horrors
of the war have yet been published.
Cruelties beyond the most, vivid im imagination
agination imagination have been perpetrated, and
to my certain knowledge Canadian of officers
ficers officers have been nailed to village
crosses, crucified by the Germans. And
these casualties have continued thru thru-out
out thru-out the war. The gas used by the
Germans is the most devilish thing
imaginable. I have seen men under
the influence of it, and their sufferings
are sickening. It dissolves the lungs.
-The men writhe in terrible pain as
though affected by a terrible attack of
colic. Their eyes are burned out, and
there is simply no escape. They en endure
dure endure the torture for many hours,
. death being gradual.
"The most remarkable thing that
has come under my observation is the
fighting of the Canadians at Ypres.
The Turcos gave way under the gas
attack and the Canadians were sur surrounded.
rounded. surrounded. But they turned their para parapets
pets parapets and fought. While they were
surrounded by the Germans the Can-
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erfgjrement was killed, but the only
advajujligec the Germans gained was
tTuTtemporary one of forcing back the
Mr. Moore praised Sir John French
as a great general and Lord Kitchener
a3 a great war secretary.
"Lord Kitchener's business is to
raise men," he said. "He is doing that,
but there will be compulsory enlist enlistment
ment enlistment before the war is over. England
cannot obtain enough men without
"Much is said in the United States
of our, unpreparedness for war. We
simply ; think that such a calamity
cannot be, but it is a wrong idea. -In
case Germany should win which I
firmly believe -will not be the case case-she
she case-she will look with longing eyes to the
Western Hemisphere. Within a rad radius
ius radius of 175 miles from New York is
. manufactured most of the munitions
of war, and the capture of the mills
would "be very simple for any army
such as the Germans could land, and
then what would the country do? I
will tell you, it would sink to the level
.of China. The unpreparedness of the
United States would be a calamity in
"England has as many submarines
as Germany, but has nothing to use
them on. You cannot fight submarine
with submarine, and some way not
yet developed must be used. Then,
again, the Zeppelins are a failure,
and the German taubes fly from Brit British
ish British aviators like a hen from a hawk.
"You -hear of a 'world peace with
the end of the present strife. It can can-.
. can-. r How can it be forgotten in
One year- In advance $i.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance .80
who hug to their bosom the delusion
of peace do not understand the basis
OPPRESSIVE AND ILLEGAL
Last Saturday a negro named
George Thagard was tried in Judge
Smith's court for carrying concealed
weapons. The jury found him not
His arrest and trial was another of
those irritating incidents of which the
people of this county are becoming
Thagard lives near Orange Lake, is
generally employed on S. II. Gaits Gaits-kill's
kill's Gaits-kill's big farm, and is a well-behaved,
hardworking man. He was at the
Orange Springs colored picnic last
week. A deputy sheriff from Ocala
was also present, and with him were
a couple of negroes of the class that
nearly every sheriff's office finds nec necessary,
essary, necessary, or thinks is necessary, to em employ
ploy employ as spotters. They are generally
referred to as pimps, and no man who
knows them would accept their un
supported evidence for anything. One
of these men told the deputy that
Thagard had a pistol. The deputy
arrested Thagard and another negro,
searched theni both, but found no pis pistol.
tol. pistol. He then went to the house of an another
other another negro with whom: Thagard
made his home and searched it. He
found no pistol, but he brought Thag Thagard
ard Thagard to Ocala, where he was kept in
jail two days, but on having his trial
was found not guilty. Besides the in injustice
justice injustice and inconvenience of his ar arrest,
rest, arrest, and detention in jail, he had to
pay a lawyer a good-sized fee for a
poor man to represent him in court.
This arrest was not only contrary
to justice and good policy, but many
of the things connected with it were
contrary to law.
An officer has no right to arrest a
man without a warrant if the man is
behaving himself, unless he has good
reason to believe he has either com committed
mitted committed a crime or is about to do so.
If an officer arrests a man on sus-'
picion of his having a concealed
weapon, searches him and finds no
weapon, he has no right to detain-him,
unless, of course, he knows or strong strongly
ly strongly suspects the man is a criminal.
An officer has no right to search a
man's house without a search war warrant,
rant, warrant, unless he has good reason to be believe
lieve believe the man has intoxicating liquors
in his house. It is not against the law
for a man to have a pistol in his house
if it is, 95 per cent of the white men
in the state are breaking it. In enter entering
ing entering the negro's house and searching
it, even if he had found a pistol, the
deputy committed a much greater of offense
fense offense against the law, which he is
sworn to uphold, than the negro
would have committed had he had a
weapon on him.
The arrest, bringing the negro to
Ocala, trial, etc., cost the taxpayers
of Marion county, 95 per cent of them
whites, several dollars in fees. Its
difficult enough for the people of this
county to pay taxes for justice. Its a
rank imposition to tax them for in injustice.
justice. injustice. s-
There are negroes .who belong to
the criminal class, and they are num numerous
erous numerous enough to keep the officers busy.
Its rotten bad policy and rank injus injustice
tice injustice to interfere with those who are
peaceable and industrious, haul them
off to Ocala, keep them in jail and
make them pay out of their scanty
wages to keep from going on the
hard roads. And as aforesaid, it is a
rank imposition on the white people
to make them pay for this sort of
policy. It keeps the negroes frighten frightened
ed frightened and irritated, disgusts the white
people and gives the censorious
northern press a reason for some of
the mean things it says about the
The article written by Uncle Joe
Dixon of the Lakeland Telegram, re regarding
garding regarding his recent trip from Live Oak
to Ocala is another thing going to
show what very narrow estimate a
traveler can place on the country by
what he sees from the windows of a
railway train. In the nature of
things, it is generally necessary for a
railroad to be laid thru the worst worst-looking
looking worst-looking portion of a country, and a
traveler can form, no proper opinion
of what any territory looks like un unless
less unless he follows the roads along which
the people have their homes, their
gardens, orchards and fields.
Every time we see a full grown man
wearing one of those low, open boys'
collars with a flowing tie we feel like
grabbing the fly swatter and starting
to work. Macon News.
Our sentiments, exactly, brother.
We have a skinny neck ourself. Only
a pretty woman or a .well built man
can afford to wear low-necked and
short-sleeved upper rigging.
One of the amiable lies our press
used to feed the people with was one
that the Emperor of Germany once
visited an American circus which was
touring Europe, in order to obtain
points on how to entrain and detrain
his troops. When one reflects that the
average cavalry regiment has three
times as many men and animals as
the average circus, and that the Ger German
man German army always had from fifty to a
hundred cavalry regiments, its a won wonder
der wonder how any newspaper man ever had
the cheek to write such an obvious
misstatement. The American people
are "fed up" on such yarns, however,
and that is one of -the reasons why
they are so conceited.
STRrVTNG STRENUOUSLY TO
COMPLETE THE GRAND STAND
Tuesday afternoon, a Star reporter
chased himself down the A. C. L.
track toward the baseball park, to ob obtain
tain obtain a view of the new grandstand
that is being rapidly finished, to re replace
place replace the ramshackle structure burn burned
ed burned down last winter.
The stand isn't difficult to see as
soon as one passes the curve in the
tracks beyond South Third street, it
looms up ahead like a tower of Babel.
There was no confusion of tongues
around it, however, when the reporter
arrived, for the bunch at work on it
was too busy to talk.
Most of the volunteer laborers had
gone home but some were steadily
pegging away. Foremost among them
was Geo. K. Robinson. If Charlie
Hunter is the daddy of baseball
in Ocala, George Robinson is the
granddaddy. He was the first man to
bring a big league team to Florida
had Johnny McGraw and his Giants
here for a few weeks a quarter of a
century ago. Phosphate had just been
discovered and the town was running
over with money. One could raise the
coin for a picnic or a wake by stand standing
ing standing at any corner of the square with
his hat held out for ten minutes.
Those good times will come again no
more, but Charlie Hunter will have a
big league team some day if he has
to stand on all four corners at once
with a horsepistol in each hand.
Beside Mr. Robinson, there were
laboring away Steve Jewett, Charlie
Lloyd, Cliff Anderson, R. A. Woods
and, of course, Charlie Hunter. Jake
Gerig, E. C. Bennett and some other
prominent citizens whose names the
reporter didn't obtain, had just knock knocked
ed knocked off and gone down town to put
arnica on their lily-white hands.
The grandstand is at the northeast
corner of the baseball park. It is de decidedly
cidedly decidedly the biggest and will be the
best-looking grandstand in this part
of the state. It will hold well, if it
can be filled a few times, the ball team
will be on easy street as far as
finances are concerned. When it is
finished, it is to be hoped that the
Coast Line engines will put the soft
pedal on their spark ejectors when
The workmen are putting in their
best licks oh it today, and various
public spirited citizens are helping
them. It will be in good shape for
occupancy tomorrow, when the Starke
nine comes to play against the home
team.' eLt everybody go out and see
the new grandstand and the game.
NOT TIIE MIDDLE OF THE YEAR
One might think that today, June
30th, which ends the first half of the
calendar year, would naturally be the
middle of the year, but such is not the
case. Tonight 181 days will have
passed in this year, and there are
184 days in tne other 'half" yet.
If a certain editor in Florida could
be induced to join either the "allies'
or the "Teutons" the war in Europe
would soon be brought to a termina termination.
tion. termination. We have never yet received a
copy of his paper but what it emitted
fire and brimstone and heapel coals
of fire on the head of some unfortu unfortunate.
nate. unfortunate. My, but Albert must have an
awful disposition. Orlando Sentinel.
Albert writes fierce and can fight,
if he has to, but he is. one of the kindest-hearted
men in the state. He has
made some wounds, but only the re recording
cording recording angel knows how many he
has tried to heal.
"Old friends, old wines, old books
are best." One of our business men
was sleepy Monday morning because
he sat up late Sunday night to read
Ivanhoe for the nineteenth time. Mon Monday
day Monday night, a citizen had to almost take
a club to his strapping son to make
him lay down "The Headless Horse Horseman"
man" Horseman" and go to bed at 11 o'clock.
If the common people of America
will only learn to work for each other
and work together, they can have any anything
thing anything they want.
Why sneer at Slaton's remark that
he would rather spend the remainder
of his days between the plow handles
than have the blood of an innocent
man on his hands? It is true that
Slaton is a rich man and in no danger
of having to be a ploughman. But who
among us will come x out and say he
would allow an innocent man to hang
before he would sentence himself to
a lifetime of hard work?
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
By GEORGE RANDOLPH
Copyright, 19IS. by Serial Publication
By special arrangement for this paper
a photo-drama corresponding to the in installments
stallments installments of "Runaway June" may
now be seen at the leading moving pic picture
ture picture theaters. By arrangement made
with the Mutual Film corporation it is
not only possible to read "Runaway
June" each week, but also afterward to
see moving pictures illustrating our
June, the bride of Ned Warner, Impul Impulsively
sively Impulsively leaves ber husband on their honey honeymoon
moon honeymoon becauM ehe begins to realize that
she must be entirely dependent orf him fur
money. She desires to be Independent.
June Is pursued by Gilbert Blye. a
wealthy married man. She escapes from
his clutches with difficulty. Ned searches
distractedly for June. and. learning of
Blye's designs, vows vengeance on him.
After many adventures June Is rescued
from river pirates by Durban, an artist,
who uses her as a model for 'The Spirit
of tp Marsh." Mrs. Durban becomes
Jealous and drives June out. She is kid kidnaped
naped kidnaped by Blye and Cunningham.
Juno U taken by Blye to the boarding
house of Mrs. Iiussel. She escapes, gets
a job sewing and engages a cheap room
tn a tenement. The failure of another
woman's attempt to be Independent and
a home maker opens June's eyes. Blye
finds June In the tenement.
"At Last, My Love!"
T the moment that Blje met
June Ned Warner was spring spring-.
. spring-. lng up the stairs, bis Jaws set
and bis flats clinched.
It was thus that Ned Warner had,
after all his weary pursuit, fouud his
bride in the presence tf Gilbert Clye!
Behind Ned came the runaway June
Warner's stern faced father, and gen gentle
tle gentle faced mother; came Iris Blethering.
June's bosom friend; Bobbie Blether Blethering,
ing, Blethering, husband of Iris; came Marie.
June's high cheek boned maid, witb
her friend and admirer. Officer Dowd;t
came fat old black Aunt Debby, pant panting
ing panting and out of breath and shrieking
for ber Miss Junle; came that band band-some,
some, band-some, and energetic collie. Bouncer,
Neaping and barking and encouraging
rthe excitement with all his canine
For only an Instant Ned Warner
stood nonplused before the door of the
room; then he seized a chair, and,
striding to the door, he swung the
chair, while the others of the little
throng, which had piled in after him,
Beyond the door the xlark. handsome
man with the black Vandyke bad led
"Th viprl hissed Honoris Blys.
the beautiful little runaway brida to
a heavy. man with thick lidded eyes
and a round head bristling with short
hair. He sat In a chair, and in bis
bands was money. He rose as June
was led up to him, and into her bauds
be thrust the money: Then be smiled
jLt ber, awhile Gilbert Blye stepped
back, sauvely smiling and stroking bU
black Vandyke with bU long, lean
June shrank from tbe fat hand
which were: about to. be clasped upon
ber shoulders and from that wide,
thick smile upon tbe face of the heavy
man. and. laughing nervously! turned
to Gilbert Blye. who bent bis dark,
handsome -.bead above ber and spoke
to her In his low voice.
The door sollatered and gave way
and through It burst the wild eyed
Ned Warner, his Jaw set and his fists
clinched. For a second be stood be bewildered
wildered bewildered by the strange light which
flooded this large room; then, with an
sath. he sprang for the black Van Van-dyked
dyked Van-dyked man. He clutched hi fingers
around the throat nnd. with a savage
roar, bore GIIIert Blye to the floor.
Tberun:iway bride uttered shriek aft after
er after shriek.
At the dwr downstairs there stopped
an elevtrio wiier driven by a sharp
featured woman with a long nose and
high arched brows. Fhe Jumi-ed out.
and from tbe dim hnllway there came
a short, thick man with a short, thick
stub o- a... cigar in one -.corner of his
1 ; S
moutn. it was tne wen Known ana
Justly famous private detectlre. BUI
Got him. Mrs, P.Iyer he triumphant- j
ly husked. "Your husband is right up upstairs
stairs upstairs with the girir
-The t I irP hissed Honoris. Bljeand
dashed Into the dim hallway.
BUI Wolf caught ber as she started
up the stairs-
"Not so fast, madam r he called and
laid bold of her arm. "This way. 1
But my husband! The girt. JuneT
They're here all right, and they
can't get away. Here's your pictures.
ma'am, and here's your LUL"
He handed her a large roll of paper
and two photographs, one of Gilbert
Blye and one of June Warner.
Upstairs there was a scene of wild
confusion. The runaway bride, her
mother. Iri JBIctherlng and the viva vivacious
cious vivacious loujuiy 'l noma were sovauiiDg
in hysteria, while the heavy man with
the thick eyelids and the man with the
white mustache and Bobble Blethering
and half a .dozen other men rushed
upon the fiercely struggling men on the
My husbandr shrieked June. "My
husband! And she ran around and
around the excited pack of scrambling
men. followed by the leaping, barking
Into this tumultuous scene there
rushed Marie and OfScer Dowd and
fat old black Aunt Debby Just as Bob Bobble
ble Bobble by main strength dragged from
Gilbert Blye the maddened assailant
who had Hprung upon him.
Gilbert Blye rose feeling of his throat,
and for a moment be contemplated Ned
Warner with dazed bewilderment; then
a flush of anger came into his cheeks,
and his black eyes blazed.
"Let him go! he yelled, and, thrust thrusting
ing thrusting the heavy Edwards out of his way.
be made a mad rush for the man wbo
had attempted to strangle him.
It, was huge Officer Dowd who this
time Jumped in between the two furi furious
ous furious combatants and. with the aid of
half a dozen young men, prevented the
desperate encounter which would have
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! Amherst, Mass:, today. Attending the
. . ... . commencement exercises were several
A wise rule of life is to get all the;
j i members of Mr. Weathers family, in-
good, aye, and all the happiness, we .
.1 ... .. T,, 'eluding his parents. Before returning
can out of life as it passes. Take the; f &
days as they come, and pet as much; V?
I u ni'ftt attend the marriage of his broth-
u u i ai er, Mr. B. S. Weathers in Vermont
men are the better God is pleased. And ..... ,
, , a . and will be a member of a house
its opportunities ideal as they arise,
not by forming ideal conditions un under
der under which alone we fancy we can be
Sirs. Stovall Entertained at Rook for
Misses Helen and Dorothy Dean,
attractive visitors from .Gainesville,
Ga., were the guests of. honor at a
large and attractively appointed pro progressive
gressive progressive rook party this afternoon,
given by Mrs. Mamie Howse Stovall
t the home of her mother, Mrs.
Frances Howse on Oklawaha avenue.
The residence was transformed into
a mid-summer flower garden, hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of black-eyed susans, yellow
daisies and sun-flowers with many
potted plants being used to develop
the garden effect. The French win windows
dows windows in the spacious reception halj
and library and wide, double front
doors all giving access to the broad
veranda surrounding the veranda on
three sides, were opened wide, mak making
ing making the piazza and the-rooms, with
their beautiful floral decorations an
inviting and cool scene for the guests
to enjoy the gomes of rook which
were' played at sixteen tables.
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. UAHI8 -SUMMER WEATHER'
Is a Regular "Bonanza" for Insects.
They thrive and breed like.Mwildfire.,V No mat matter
ter matter if your house is screened, Roaches, Moths, Flies
and Mosquitoes will get jn. These filthy carriers of
discomfort and disease will gie 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.
Is sold in Ocala by ,.."
Iver&Mackay, 0. K. Tea Pot Grocery,
rydiogs Drug Co., The Court Pharmacy,
nrij Grocery Co., OUie Mordis
WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS" OF FEN0LE .PRODUCTS
party given by New York friends.
Master Kenneth Ramsaur of St.
Petersburg, is paying a visit to his
uncle and aunt, Mr. Yonce and Mrs.
Carroll in Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Carmichael,
who have been at Hot Springs, Ark.,
for the past six weeks, have gone to
their former home at Union Springs,
Ala., to visit relatives for some time,
before coming home.
Mrs. Ed Carmichael has as her
guests for the week Mrs. O. S. Long
of Key West and Mrs. N. B. Plummer
and daughter Miss Marguerite, bf An
m m m
Misses Elizabeth Nelson and Flor
ence Harvey of Tampa are guests of
Mrs. J. A. McClymonds, arriving yes
Miss Sara Gross will entertain in
the morning from 10 to 12 o'clock at
a charming sewing party in honor of
her cousin, Miss Martha Blakeney, of
Little Rock, Ark.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Howard and Mr.
Mrs. Stovall and the Misses Dean j arMj Mrs. W. W. Clyatt went to Lees Lees-ceived
ceived Lees-ceived informally on the front ver- burg, Tavares,xEustis and Umatilla
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AqIidh in ihe Tissues of a"' Remarkable flniidofo
S. S. S. is a Regular Wizard in Driving Out Rheumatism.;
Rheumatism is often the effect of some
other blood affliction that has left its ira ira-press
press ira-press In the joints, muscles and mucous
coverings of the lxdy. It -works into the
ttesuo cells, those- tiny, little bodies in
which nutrition goes on. And it is here
that a most remarkable medicine known
' as S. S. S. does its most active and most
Its action is mi., elous. Bed-ridden
rheumatics get on their feet as if by
magic. That cold, clammy sensation that
made you hugr -a red hot stove Is gone in
a twinkling. That excruciating painthat
made a Te-atlicr lay as heavy as a ton of
coal on the skin is gone. You get up and
dance with glee.
Tour rheumatism is gone absolutely!
It is an actual logical fact, that Swift's
, Sure Specific flushes- your blood, gives
your entire blood circulation a fine
thorough bath. It just naturally and in a
twinkling irrigates every atom in your
body. It rushes into every cell, causes
every' bone, muscle, ligament, tendon,
mucous surface and every nerve tp thrill
with freedom, with health, with new newfound
found newfound springiness. s
And best of all, B. S. S. though a pow powerful
erful powerful searching, overwhelming enemy to
pain and the causes of rheumatism is as
pure as the dew on a peack blossom, aa
powerful as the heroic works of nature,
as searching as the peremptory demand of
the most exact science. U
Ask for and insist upon getting S. S. S.
the world's cure for rheumatism.
For private, personal advice on stub stubborn
born stubborn chronic rheumatism write at once
to the Swift Specific Co., 203 Swift Build,
ing, Atlanta, Ga. Their medical depart department
ment department is famous on all blood diseases, and
is equipped to make persona blood tests,
approved by the highest medical authori authorities.
ties. authorities. Get a bottle of S. S. S. today. Then
away goes rheumatism for all time
anda. Miss Dean wore a most be
coming costume of white, crepe de
chene with' a pink picture hat and
Miss Dorothy Dean looked particular
ly lovely wearing white net, with pink
satin trimmings and leghorn hat.
Assisting the hostess in receiving and
in entertaining her guests were her
mother and sister, Mrs. jf C. B.
Punch was served from a prettily
appointed table near the front steps
by Misses Marguerite Porter and An Annie
nie Annie Atkinson. At the conclusion of
the games a refreshing ice course was
served by four lovely gisls, Misses
Stella and Nettie Ca'mp, Blair Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row and Martha Kate Rente.
Scores were marked by Misses
Eugenia Fuller and' Louise Gamsby,
and the cards on which tallies were
kept were adorned with summer girls
in" sepia. To the player scoring high highest
est highest a raffia work basket was given
and as a memento of the happy oc occasion
casion occasion the honorees received silver
filegree scent bottles engraved with
their respective maiden names-.
Besides those assisting the follow following
ing following young ladies were invited to en enjoy
joy enjoy the charming hospitality of the
hostess: Misses Catharine, Mary Har Harriet
riet Harriet and Lois Livingston, Franklin
Harvey, Ethel Haycraft, Elsie Meade,
Sara Gross, Martha Blakeney, Dor Dorothy
othy Dorothy Schreiber, Sidney Harold, Musie
Bullock, Virginia Sistrunk, Dorothy
and. Marion Long, Adele Bittinger,
Helen Brown, Mabel Meffert, Marie
von Engelken, Kathleen and Margaret
Jackson, Rebecca and Mamie Counts,
Ellen Clarkson, Rexie Todd, Nina
Camp, Alice Bullock, Collie Clark,
TMarie Haile, Blanche Whaley, Caro
line Harriss, Sue Moore, Mae Stein,
Sarah Pearl Martin, Hester Dewey,
Theo and Gladys Wallis, Nellie Beck Beckham,
ham, Beckham, Nellie Gottlieb, Lois Dame, Mary
McDowell, -Frances Tarver, Susie Lou
Ellis, Katherine and Mildred Pyles,
Hope Robinson, Gertie Peyser, Edith
Williams, Gladys Martin,- Irma Blake,
Ellen Stripling, Louise Bouvier, Ruth
Rentz, Gladys Drake, Cecile Downs,
Margaret Wade, -Edna Ayer, Daisy
Bell, Irene Tompkins, Dora Pelot.
yesterday in Mrs. Howard's car and
spent a most pleasant day.
OMR BCE OS .PURE S.E
,vi--v.science combine to make it so.
Every precaution is taken to
V rm contamination while it goes through the processes which re-
nd satisfactory service go with this good ice of nurs. Let n
Jstom we deserve it. .
Ma Ice l Pacidiajj Co.
Honoring Miss Martha Blakeney of
Little Rock, Ark., Miss Gladys' Martin
will entertain at a delightful party
Mrs. H. W. Henry, Jr. and two
daughters, Misses Eloise and Cath Catharine
arine Catharine Henry of Lake Weir, leave next
Wednesday for Hot Springs, Va the
former for a visit of a fortnight, the
two latter to remain until fall.
Miss Katharine' McNab of Bam Bam-well,
well, Bam-well, S. C, will arrive tomorrow to
visit her friend Mrs. L. P. Wilson for
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Zetrouer are
guests at the DeSoto hotel in Tampa
for a stay of several days.
Miss Annie Seymour of Miami who
has been enjoying a visit to her
cousins, Misses Mary and Ethel Sey Sey-moure,
moure, Sey-moure, in this city for several weeks,
left today for Georgia to make a
series of visits to relatives, going di directly
rectly directly to Athens. The first of August
she will be joined by Misses Seymour.
Mrs. Maude Horne and children and
mother, Mrs. Edwards, left today for
Kingsley Lake, near Starke for a
short sojourn with relatives. On their
return they will spend a few days at
home", leaving then for Lake Chauta Chauta-qua,
qua, Chauta-qua, N. Y., to spend the remainder
of the summer.
Mrs. D. H. Osteen and Miss Millie
Osteen are visiting the former's
daughter, Mrs. E. A. Smith, at
Clearwater, accompanying her home
from a short visit in this city.
Mrs. W. G. Mason and three child children
ren children William, Joe, and Ruth of Tampa
arrived today from Plant City and
are guests of Mrs. Mason's brother,
Mr. Joe White and family for a few
Mrs. H. M. Hampton and two chil children
dren children left today for Asheville, N.
C, where they have taken a house for
the season. They will be joined in
Jacksonville by Mrs. K. L. Sanders
and Miss Percy Sanders, who wilL ac accompany
company accompany them to Asheville, sharing
the house with them.
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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 CEHTS
EACH. These cakes will be flavored with the most popular
flavors used in home cooking, such as Vanilla, Chocolate,
spices, etc., and will contain ojily 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. BARTER'S DEUCIOUS" cake is strictly a
home product, and with the trade-at-home spirii that now
prevails every community it will be just what the Ocala pub public
lic public has been looking for. Watch for further annouueements.
Sold by all the leading grocers.
TH A TT T
hi) py iV K
NORTH HAIR ST.,
Llncofn Among Other Man.
Some rears ago a series ,of picture
was Drlnted showing Lincoln Ln many
attitudes, either alone or In company
with statesmen or military men in
Washington or ln camp. Attention
was called by the writer, who had as assembled
sembled assembled the pictures, to the singular
isolation and dignity of Lincoln when
taken with any croup of men. They,
almost without exception, showed that
they were conscious of observation, at
titudes were studies, and the efirt to
look well In the picture was often evi
dent! No matter In what company he
was. the president seemed not to bo
conscious elther of the artist, of him himself
self himself or of the men who surrounded
himT Fie stood or sat alone, as If he
were an Impersonal figure representing
native strength and unique sublimity
of character. Christian itegister.
Editor Star: Please announce Cliat
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.
We are prepared to attend
to your wants for harvesting
your crops at reasonable
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Packing, Storing, Shipping of Freight, Furniture, Pianos and Safes.
Jaage hervice the liest.
V,e Sell BEAVER BOARD Superior to Plaster
Quality and Price INVESTIGATE
or Ceiling in
Mrs. A. S. Mann of Jacksonville,
who is "well known to the older resi
dents of this section, will leave to
morrow for New York to visit friends, I
after which she will go to the coast of
Maine for the summer.
Miss Marie von Engelken returned
today from an overnight visit to Miss
Bettie Mclver at Lake Weir.'
Mrs. R. II. Saunders and Miss
Mamie Ruth Saunders of Dumiellon
are visiting Mrs. G. W. Martin and
Miss Gladys Martin.
Little Miss Marie McKean arrived
today fromTt.mpa to visit her grand-
parents,.,Tudge and Mrs. W. S. Bul-
lock.V She will be joined next week by
her' mother, Mrs. G. R. McKean.
Mr. Paul Weathers, the youngest
son of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers.
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was graduated from Amherst College,1. 40i lJtmir AUacU, Ca.
To be born Is to be great. For there
arc possibilities la every tiny human in-
r J3S ranl Aca or
r. vV-ii reason every one
pf j i rnatrrer acme a
ffA 1 aid the mother, to ro
r ber trying
month, will surely Uj
r H the child.
aids is a Rtlcmlld ex-
7 I as "Mother Friead.-
I J embrocation. It U p-
to the abdomloal mnsd.es, genVtf
la by your own hand suidcd
Ly your own mind. It makes the muscles
cliant. tnrv exnand onite natural fy and the
effect upon the nerres is such that they ad adjust
just adjust themselves to the process of expansion
so that pain from this source Is almost elimi eliminated.
nated. eliminated. Women who use 'Mother's Friend"
refer to the absence of mornins; sickness, they
are rellered of a peat many minor dis distresses,
tresses, distresses, all apprehension disappears and those
peculiar nerrotxs fldets" no longer disturb
the nights. It la well named -Mother's
Friend." Get a bottle today of any dm dm-jrist.
jrist. dm-jrist. Then at once write for a most enter enter-tainine
tainine enter-tainine and lnstrnctlre book for all prospec.
Address Braaaeia ftecuiawr
Best Thing for a Bilious Attack
"On account of my confinement in
the printing office I have for years
been a chronic sufferer from indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and liver trouble. A few weeks
ago I had an attack that 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 II. C. Bailey, editor Carolina
News, Chapin, S. C Obtainable ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. Adv.
NEW. AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT
If you want to purchase a new au
tomobile on easy payments, get the
information by addressing Box 104,
Ocala, Fla. C-lD-12t
POTTER riSESS AT A BARGAIN
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u 7E will put on sale our en-
u .tire lino rf FTon'r- Cfnorr
Hats, this season's goods and
the newest styles. Hats that
we have been selling at Gl .50
S2, S2.50 and S3, all go at
. This office is installing new pres3
and will dispose of its Potter cylinder
press at a bargain. The press is in
excellent working order and it is the
press on which all of our book, cir circular
cular circular and pamphlet work is being
done. Price, $250, loaded on car at
Ocala. Delivery must be made when
new press is installed, sometime be between
tween between July 1st and 10th. If interest interested
ed interested communicate with us at once. You
will not again have such a bargain of offered,
fered, offered, d&w The Star, Ocala.
Sale Begins Promptly at 9 a. m.
' THURSDAY, JULY is!
and continues until all hats are solvent
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IIow 3Irs. ITarrod Got Rid of Iler
"I suffered with stomach trouble
for years and tried everything I
heard of, but the only relief I got was
temporary until last spring I saw
Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and
procured a bottle of them at our drug
store. I got immediate relief from
that dreadful heaviness after eating
and from pen in the stomach,"
writes Mrs. Linda Ilarrod, Fort
Wayne, Ind. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works
Put yoiir AD. in the ST
ocaIa irriaayG brill wEpxgspAY. June so. Tsis
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Masons meet tomorrow night.
"Carter's Delicious" slice cake 13
eold by all the leading grocers. Ask
for it. Eight ounces for 10c. tf
One of our young friends claims to
have seen a motion picture show out
orv the Kendrick road last night.
Use Nyal's family remedies. All
good good for all. Sold by Annex
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
Mosquitoes we have the
chaser. The Court Pharmacy.
Before going on your vacation, buy
your toilet articles ..where quality
counts. The Court Pharmacy.
We are offering a big cut in prices
cn stationery, making room for new
shipment. TheCourt Pharmacy. 4t
The Harrington, in spie of the war
and summer, keeps comfortably. well
Frank Gadson, at hi3 new store jn
the St, George block, has so much
business, that he has already ha( to
have an addition made.
The new building at the corner of
South Magnolia and South Third
street, in which the colored people in intend
tend intend to have a motion picture theater,
is rapidly being completed, and will
probably be in operation in two -or
- three rsks.
Mr. Geo. L. Taylor is in Atlanta at attending
tending attending the meeting ?'Sttie southern
division of the .Fraternal Union of
When tired cjut and thirsty come to
the Court Pharmacy fountain. 4t
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
The Temple will have the always
interesting Pathe News tonight, also
"The Man in Motley, an Essanay
drama, and "Postponed," a lively and
funny Vitagraph sketch. The Temple
had out a full force last night to see
its good, five-reel show.
At the meeting of the Odd Fel
lows last night, Mr. M. M. Little was
elected noble grand, Mr. L. E. Yonce
vice grand and Mr. E. L. Stapp sec
retary. A large number was present
and great interest taken in the elec election.
tion. election. The officers elected will be in
stalled at the next meeting.
Mr. Jake Goldman is home from
Starke, where he-has been attending
to a store for his father for the last
two or three months.
Drs. L. Lindner, Sr. and Jr. and II
W. Counts and Mr. Percy Perkins are
having a fishing vacation at one o
the east side lakes today.
A card from Mr." II. M. Hampton
states that he and Mr. Luckie arrived
at Clifton,. Ga., in good time on their
way to Asheville, N. C.
' Mr. R. A. Sandlin, manager of the
sub-citrus fruit exchange and Mr. P,
V. Leavengood of the Star went to
Citra, Island Grove, Hawthorn and
other places today in Mr. Sandlin's
SEE HiiS FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetr ;les, milk and eggs, tf
A. L. Messer, hotel inspector for
Florida, has been re-appointed by
W. K. Iane, M. T) Tnyslclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Kar, Nose
and Throat, Law Library Building,
Houses for rent on Daugherty
street, all modern conveniences. Ap
ply to A. G. Gates at Gates' Gar
iA4Ncrt. Are Fine
We justly claim that .our
iteaks are the best that can be
bought for the price.
This may not convince yon.
But we feel sure that & trial
Step in personally and let ns
thow you how we do business
cn the fair and square basil.
17. II. MARSH'S;; MARKET
to 0. K. Grocery
xfow is the time to prepare your-
$f for the Canning Year, which
V"bea hard one. A few weeks only, left to
jyour own Fruits and vegetables that are going
We can furnish you with Canning Outfits as.
j follows: s
Sf2.c C Farm Canncrs... $ 6.00.
! Size BB Form CannersT. 8.C0
j No. SO EI Flo Canncrs.-A 12.C0
) We also have the cans, both No. 2 and No. 3
1 with Solder Hemmed Caps.
j You know it would be fine -to have fresh Veg Veg-;
; Veg-; etables and Fruit all the year round, which is the
; case with the Canning process.
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Possibly today will take precedence
in the bride month which is nearing
its close, it being the most popular
day for Florida weddings. Of the
large number of ceremonies for to today,
day, today, three are most prominent. 1
This evening at the Riverside Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church in Jacksonville, Miss Okie
Catherine Painter, president of the E.
O. Painter Fertilizer Co., of that city,
will be united in marriage to Mr. S.
F. Williams of "Jacksonville, Rev. J. S.
Rodgers officiating. The bridal party
will include seven near relatives and
friends of the bride and groom and
among the out of town guests wit witnessing
nessing witnessing the ceremony will be Miss
Isabel Davis of this city, who is a
personal friend of the bride through
their activities in the state canning
In Kissimmee at high noon today,
at the Baptist church Miss Elizabeth
Carson, eldest daughter of former
state Senator and Mrs. C. A. Carson
and niece of United States Senator N.
P. Bryan was wedded to Dr. Roy E.
Chalker, a prominent physician of
Lake City. The wedding was not only
the foremost social event in that city
this summer but one of the most
elaborate ever occurring there. The
wedding party was large, there being
eleven attendants besides those ren
dering an elaborate musical program.
Miss Mary Burf ord was an out of
Another high noon "wedding was
that of Miss Annie Streater who be
came the bride of Mr. Shephard, an
influential business man of Miami, the
ceremony taking place in Lakeland,
the home of the bride, at the Meth
odist church. The wedding is of
state-wide interest the contracting
parties having a host of friends
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The Ocala chapter of Pythian Sis
ters held its regular weekly meeting
yesterday afternoon at Castle Hall.
Only routine business was transacted.
At the meeting next Tuesday the in installation
stallation installation of new officers will be held.
"The Little Grandmas from Grand
ma Land is the title of a juvenile
colonial play, which will be charm charmingly
ingly charmingly presented tomorrow evening at
the Temple by all local talent. A
juvenile orchestra under the leader leadership
ship leadership of Miss Maud Mcintosh will ren render
der render a splendid musical program. The
accompaniments for the evening will
be played by Miss Mabel Aiken. Only
colonial costumes will be worn and
the scene of the play is : during the
time of George Washington. A treat
is in store for all who will attend.
The admittance fee will be small.
Mrs. S. W. Igou who is visiting
friends and relatives at Eustis, spent
yesterday in Orlando, motoring over
in the morning and 'returning home
by Wekiwa Springs. ,
Dr. Sylvan McElroy of Orlando
spent today with relatives, motoring
up with. Dr. Edwards and Mr. Robin Robinson
son Robinson this morning. They left for home
late in the afternoon.
Miss Evola Strong, who has been
visiting friends in Savannah, has re returned
turned returned to her home in thi3 city.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Rothschild of
Savannah are announcing the birth of
a daughter June 14th. The little lady
has been given the, name of Eugenia
Burleson. Mrs. Rothschild was for formerly
merly formerly Miss Eugenia Burleson of Citra
and has many friends in Ocala who
wish much happiness for the proud
parents and for the infant.
Friends will regret to hear of the
illness of Mrs. James E. Johnson at
her home on Oklawaha avenue.
Mrs. T. J. Nixon and son Raymond
who have been visiting relatives in the
city for the past few weeks, left to
day for their home in Tallahassee.
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Mrs. J. A. Larson of St. Petersburg,
arrived yesterday to visit Mrs. G. L.
Taylor for two "weeks.
"My husband sobbed June and tried
to throw twrsclf uion him, but be turn turned
ed turned from her. -Ned! Mr. Blyer
A hand was laid upon Ned's arm i
Iris Bletberinjj's. She had forced her
way tlrotib the "xcitp hmne.
-Why. Xedr she called. .r 'j 'j-arm
arm 'j-arm and looking -at the eyea from
which the liht of reason seemed to
haTe fled. "Ned. Hsteii to me. It
Iris! Don't you see? This is a motion
They all bad to repeat it again and
again before they could reach his dazed
intelligence. He had seen but two ob objects
jects objects in all this Luge room, crowded
with its moving picture machines, its
properties. Its scenery, its banks of
strange lights, and those two objects
had 'been his runaway bride and Gil Gilbert.
bert. Gilbert. Blje.
June! Ske stood now supported by
tier father and mother, her large, lus lustrous
trous lustrous eyes turned appealingly on Ned.
waiting the moment when she dared
approach him again.
"Don't you" understand. Ned?" she
franUcally cried. "Won't you under understand?
stand? understand? It's a motion picture play!"
Slowly be turned his glassy eyes in
her. direction. He comprehended at
last, but there was no softening In his
face, for there still stood the dark,
handsome Gilbert Blje. Ned made a
sudden lunge for his enemy, but Officer
Dowd. watching him narrowly, stopped
"You hare been with that man ever
since you left meP savagely charged
Ned. turning suddenly toward the
trembling June and shaking his finger
In the abandoned bank room below
Bill Wolf stoodnear a dusty window
with Ilonoria B!ye and rolled out be before
fore before her a bill, yards long, covering all
the separate Items of hla sleuthing on
the trail of Gilbert Blye and June War Warner,
ner, Warner, "Go over the list, ma'am, item by
Item," confidently invited the faithful
detective. You'll find them correct
And here's a check on your own bank.
all ready and made out for you to sign.
and here's a fountain pen, ma'am."
Ilonoria Blye took the long list and
began to check it off, item by item.
In the studio above a score of indig
Bant eyes turned on Ned Warner, and
there was a loud chorus of protest as
be pointed accusingly at his Unhappy
"What do you mean?" demanded the
cold, stem voice of Gilbert. Blye. and
he advanced, his black eyes glowing.
TThls girl has done no wrong P
They all talked at once, and they all
talked Indignantly at Ned Warner Warner-Tommy
Tommy Warner-Tommy Thomas, the white xnustacbed
Orin Cunningham, the round headed
Edwards, Marie, Officer Dowd, Bob
ble and Iris Blethering and all the
camera men and members of the Blye
Stock company. -According to them.
June Warner. was the sweetest and
best little wife any man tiared wish
for, and If Ned Warner chose to criti
cise her In any way he would have tP
answer to very person bere, including
fat old black Aunt Debby, who breast breasted
ed breasted straight upx to him. waddling ber
voluminous self defiantly from" side to
"Loofcy hyah, you. Mr. Nedr she
flared, and Bouncer, who had been
rusbing around the separated bride
and groom, stopped to bark ferociously
up at Ned. "Ain't that Marie been
with our boney ever since she done
come an got her clothes? Ain't you
got no gumption? Why, looky hyah,
if you say a. word about our Miss
Junie 111 Jest about squash your
Iris and Father and Mother Moore
bent forwards gerly toward Ned, and
all smiled rtussuringly. Then father
Moore turned o June.
"My 1 daughter," he said, "come
Mother and 'daughter wept In each
.1 That Really -Are "Mic!:
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Wo Lard Used fojv
Flavors. .Made 'in a SI
A Pure White Cake
DeviFs Food Cake lUb
Spanish CaXic J p
Sour Cream Spice
Rich Yellow Cake
Yellow Raisin Cal:e
Spiced Raisin Cake
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COME TO TIIE SUNSHINE CITY
If you want to keep cool and take a
plunge in the bay. You will find good
rooms and board at $5 per week at
82C Central avenue. St. Petersbursr.
Fla. Mrs. L. P. Butler. 25-tf
"When my daughter had whoopinsr
cough she couched so hard at one
time that she had hemorrhage of the
ungs. I was. terribly alarmed about
her condition. Seeing Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy k so highly recom
mended, I got her a bottle and it re-
leved the cough at once- Before she
had finished two bottles of this rem remedy
edy remedy she was entirely well," writes
Mrs. S. F. Grimes, Crooksville Ohio.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Nyal's White Liniment. Use it for
aches and pains, bruises and sprains.
Sold f y Annex Drug Store. 16-tf
"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is
made clean, sold clean and delivered
clean. Ask your grocer for Carter's
Lame back is usually due to rheu rheumatism
matism rheumatism of the muscles of the back.
Hard working people are most likely
to suffer from it. Relief may be had
by massaging the back with Charm
berlain's Liniment two. or three times
a day. Try it. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adr.
EDI It was a pathetic little
figure which turned appeal
ingly to the scowling young
man. II er big eyes were full
of tears. "It was all a mistake, dear!"
She choked back her tears, and there
was a tense alienee. In which Ned War Warner
ner Warner stood with cold eyes and folded
Oh. Ned. can't I make you see and
understand?" And there was a.plte
ous wistfulness about her. "Wp were
all ho happy nn thai day if mir wtl
tllu. tTft happy :m we Ktarted on out
lioueyM'ii trip: And when we MimM
tikiie In die I'uIIiikiii dratviit-: hniui
Hurnuiidel by our vliite rlMM-in-d
jage. there s4M'Ijun to In n lnl I
- "j way aui yuu ih met" :
Warner's voi-t was liarli
lt wa the uuu"!. Her lip treiis
bled. "Don't Joii renif!:ilifr wln-ri ;
uilssed niy ;irsi'; The porter inuie. lit
Just then, a ml yu gave hi in u dollar
When he went out you gave uw fT
jiikI In Just the name generuii wn
you gave It to the ueero The differ
ence was tf'JCi
They were alt startled-by the force
of the compurfcii. Unly JIIlrt lllye
smiled, uuil the smile did not en-nje
"Io you remember 1 cried and you
put my head tn your shoulder? You
thought I waa. tired, but I c ried fro:u
hum illation. I felt, like a beggar, t
realized that for the rest of uiy life
I would haTe to accept gifts of tnue-
from you. Tlwii 1 dreamed iiImmu it
I dreamed that I flan a pit on little
beggar, always holdlug ut my palm
for alms; that i was receiving rciy for
being your wife Just as mother paid
Aunt Debby and Marie." Both Aunt
Debby and Marie sniffed sympatheti sympathetically.
cally. sympathetically. And last of all 1 dreamed that
I was being dragged home fsom the
altar by a ring in the nose as the sav
ages of old dragged home their brides.
And when the train stopped and woke
me up I couldn't stand 1L I threw
down your money and ran from the
To meet this man!" interrupted Ned
sternly. "Gilbert Blye was waiting on
the station platform at TarnvlUe." And
be noted that June looked at him lo
f :: 4
Would be a good investment,, vould it riot? I think so,
yet I have, a4 better proposition to offer you. :
I will sell you a New 5-Room Duncsloxv, worth CI 000
Furthermore I will rent theiiouse from you at a price that will pay you 25
per cent, on the investment, and when times are good it will pay 20 per cent
I will sell you a lot at 50 per cent discount. One lot to a customerThese
offers only hold good until JULY lOJh. Let me show you.
Bids will be received at the meet
ing of the county commissioners July
6th, on making copies of plats in ac accordance
cordance accordance with specifications on file in
clerk's office. '
W. D. Cam, Chairman.
P. II. Nugent, Clerk. 21-13t
For 48 'Little Sweetlings" this week.
R. L. Goodwin, Fort Pierce, Fla., box
DOING THEIR DUTY
- Masons meet Thursday evening.
Scores of Ocala Readers are Learning
the Duty of the Kidneys
To filter the blood is the kidneys'
When they fail to do this the kid
neys are weak.
Help the kidneys do their- work.
Use Doan's Kidney Pills the test-
ed kidney remedy.
I 1 t 1 ll a 1
ucaia peopie enaorse uieir worm.
J. A. Chandler, proprietor of The
New Grocery, 34 W. Broadway, Ocala,
says: "One of my family had been
having considerable trouble with the
back and kidneys. At one time the
patient was obliged to give up for
several days on account of lameness
across the back. As soon as Doan's
Kidney Pills were taken these trou-j
bles were relieved and by continuing i
their use, a cure was eventually
Price 50c at all dealers. Dont j
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Uoan s Kidney Pills the same that
Mr.-Chandler recommended. Foster Foster-Milbum,
Milbum, Foster-Milbum, Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 2
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ROOJI AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR
. OCALA, FLORIDA
RATESE??- 75c to ;$L50 IZT.Z
Dining Room'with Moderate prices
- Room Without Bath 75c.
Running Water in Every Room in the Ilr i
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The only Hotel on the .Square
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