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OCALA, FLOEIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1915
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" Washington, July 1. United States
officials are trying today to obtain
details of the torpedoing of the Brit British
ish British freight, steamer Armenian, sunk
off the e oast of Cornwall Monday, with
the loss of twenty-nine lives, includ including
ing including nearly a score of Americans,
many pf them negro muleteers. In
many quarters the incident is regard regard-.
. regard-. ed to likely further complicate corres correspondence
pondence correspondence between Germany and the
United States over submarine war-faro-
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What action the Washington au authorities
thorities authorities will take in this case depends
almost entirely whether the Armeni Armenian
an Armenian was chartered by the British gov government
ernment government and whether it was in fact a
transport df war aboard which the
Americans sailed at their own risk, or
an unarmed merchantman. In the;
latter case the vessel woulcLhave been
subject to a visit and search and
ihoe aboard transferred to safety be before
fore before the vessel was destroyed.
STORY OF THE ARMENIAN'S
Avonmouth, England, July 1.
Eleven Americans were among the
nineteen members of the crew who
lost their lives in the sinking of the
Leylnd Line freight steamer Armen Armenian
ian Armenian by a German submarine off Corn Cornwall,
wall, Cornwall, Monday. Some members of the
crew were killed outright.
The Armenian was carrying 1422
mules from Newport News' to "Avon "Avon-mouth,
mouth, "Avon-mouth, for the French armyl' She had
a crew of twelve and 96- muleteers.
The man at the wheel' first sighted the
'submarine, which circled the freighter.
TLe German submarine commander
ordered the Armenian's captain to
surrender. The Armenian's skipper
tried to. evade the submarine, but it
later dropped a shell into the steam steamer's
er's steamer's engine room, stopping the en engines.
gines. engines. -The Armenian, then surren surrendered.
dered. surrendered. .."::': s .'" v
SHELLED AFTER THE BOAT HAD
.The crew of the Armenian and
some seventy muleteers, mostly Am Americans,
ericans, Americans, scrambled into the lifeboats.
Another shell from the submarine cut
the4-ropes and one boat spilled its oc occupants,
cupants, occupants, who presumably were
drowned. Five boats with survivors
escaped. The vessel then sunk. A
steam trawler landed the v survivors
here.; "v v
v A3IONG THE MISSING
Among the missing Americans are
Y. Williamson, address, unknown.
T. M. Monroe, New Orleans.
II. M. Granberry, Montgomery. Ala.
S. R. Sutton, Carterville, Va.
Harry Stone, New York.
Brown, a cattle ship carpenter, Har
risburg, Pa. K
R. II. Brooks, or West, chief fore
man, naturalized American, London.
LOOKS LIKE SUB COMPLIED
- WITH INTERNATIONAL LAW
Washington, July 1.- The Armeni
an was engaged on admiralty business
when sunk. So Ambassador Page in
London, today, reported to the state
department that the British admiralty
officials had informed him.
Consul Armstrong at Briston today
reported to Ambassador Page that 21
of the 29 lost with the Armenian were
Americans. v ..
The latest dispsftches detailing how
the Armenian tried to escape, after
being ordered to stop, caused officials
here to believe r the submarine con
formed to international law and the
United States might hive no reason
to take up the subject.
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Dr. King's New Life Pills are now
supplied in Avell-corked glass bottles,
cr.ntaiaincf 36 sugar-coated white
ills, for 25c. One pill with a glass of
water DCiore reunng is an average
dose. Easy and pleasant to take. E
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LIKELY TO CAUSE A1IY FURTHER
LlAllY AUD AMERICA
EIGHTY PER CHIT
OF NORMAL ADEI
WAS HAS NOT CAUSED ANY
GREAT REDUCTION IN
( Associated Press)
Washington, July 1. The depart department
ment department of agriculture announced the
total of cotton under cultivation in the
United States at 31,535,000 acres.
The condition of the cotton acreage
June 25th was 80.6 per cent normah
The Georgia acreage is 4,684,000
acres. Georgia condition 79 per cent
of normal acreage. Alabama 3,382, 3,382,-000
000 3,382,-000 acres; 78 per cent normal.
LOST HIS NERVE
Bids Russian People Blake Their
Hearts Strong for Renewed
Petrograd,' July 1,- Emperor Nich
olas has issued a rescript, declaring
that Russia will never make peace un
til her enemies are crushed. He calls
upon the country to support the army.
Twelve hundred factories have been
turned into ammunition plants.
Messrs. R. S. Rogers, and W. M.
Wilson went to Fruitland Park yester
day afternoon on business.
Both the watermelon growers and
brokers are very much pleased with
the results of their labors this year.
A BIRTHDAY PARTY
Saturday evening, June 26th, quite
a number of young people gathered
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Saltz-
wedel in honor of Miss Edna Den-
suer's birthday. The evening was
spent in playing games, and listening
to music on the phonograph. The
house was decorated with beautiful
flowers and ferns while on the ver veranda
anda veranda hung large Japanese lanterns.
There was a full moon and it made
the evening pleasant all aro'und and
everyone enjoyed themselves to the
fullest extent until J 1. 'o'clock, when
they bid the happy hostess ood-bye
and wished her many returns of the
Last" Sunday morning, June 26th,
about 8 o'clock found us wending our
way down beautiful Orange avenue,
in the bracing morning air past the
large and beautiful fields of corn and
velvet beans and long linesof eucalyp eucalyptus
tus eucalyptus trees on both sides of the avenue
and as far back as you can see and
large farm houses dotted here and
there and beneath large oak trees,
with their festoons of Spanish moss,
which makes a sight well worth see seeing.
ing. seeing. About 10 o'clock we pulled up at
the home, of Mr. and Mrs. Saltzwedel,
about ten miles' south of Ocala, and
after a brief rest a sumptuous din dinner
ner dinner was spread by the hostess and to
say we did full justice to it would be
putting it mildly, but there was
plenty left to have supplied a dozen
more. The afternoon was spent in
social chat until about 4 o'clock seats
were placed on the lawn beneath a
large oak tree and some of the most
delicious ice : cream was served. The
gathering was in honor of the birthdays-of
Mr. Otto Saltzwedel, Mrs. J.
S. Rif enburgh and Miss Edna Den-
suer. One notable incident of the
gathering was that there were pres
ent around the festive board repre
sentatives of each of the four great
nations now at war Germany, Eng
land, France and Austria, showing
that, peace and good will abound in
this prosperous land of ours. Affcir all
the good-byes were said we all de departed
parted departed for our homes, wishing the
hostess .ind all many returns of the
p! usant ccrxi.-ion.
0, o YiTho Yras Tnere.
THE ILL-FATED SHIP
FBICTIOi! BETWEEN GER-
IL4S A HIGHER SENSE OF DE DECENCY
CENCY DECENCY TTI AN OFFICIALS
Malone, N. Y., July 1. Evelyn Nes Nes-bit
bit Nes-bit Thaw today refused to honor the
subpoena, summoning her; to New
York to testify at the trial to deter
mine Harry Thaw's sanity.
BUSY LITTLE UNDERSEA BOATS
Gathered in Yesterday and Today a
London, Jiily 1. The British bark
Thistlebank, from Argentine for
Queenstown, with a cargo of wheat,
was torpedoed by a German submar submarine
ine submarine yesterday off Fastnet, Iceland.
Some of the crew were landed at Bal-
timore, a small seaport southwest of
Cork. .. .-.
The British steamer Scottish Mon Monarch
arch Monarch bound from New York for Man Manchester
chester Manchester with sugar, was torpedoed
and sunk yesterday by a German sub submarine.
marine. submarine. The crew of thirty-six men
took to boats and the captain and
nineteen men were picked up and
landed at Dunmore. K
The Norwegian steamer Mama,
from Mandal, Norway, for Leith has
been sunk by a German submarine off
The Norwegian bark Ketka was
sunk by a gun fired from a German
submarine just off Fartnet yesterday.
Twelve of the crew were landed at
ALDRICn-VREELAND TIME UP
It Saved the Country from a Panic
When the War Broke Out
Washington, July 1. The Aldrich Aldrich-Vreeland
Vreeland Aldrich-Vreeland emergency currency law,
under which nearly $400,000,000 was
put into circulation during the first
days of stress of the European war,
died at midnight by its own limita limitations.
tions. limitations. It was intended to expire last
year but had been extended by the
federal reserve law.
Practically all the currency issued
has now been retired and every dollar
is expected to be redeemed during the
next few years. For its operation
$500,000 in notes have been kept on
hand in the treasury.
The expansion and contraction of
currency hereafter will be taken up in
the federal reserve system by notes
issued at the regional banks on com
Blitchton, June 30. Dr. Good of
Williston was a Thursday visitor.
Mr. J. S. Blitch of Montbrook, Dr.
Willis and Mr. Earl Willis of Willis
ton were guests of Dr. Blitch Friday.
Messrs. Landis Blitch and L P. Ir
vin of Concord, Ga., spent Friday and
Saturday at Juliette, guests of Mr.
Miss Legie Blitch and her guests,
Mr. Roland Wilkinson, Miss Helen
Wilkinson, Miss Edith Curry and Miss
Leola Priest motored to Ocala Fri Friday.
Mr. Goree Blitch spent Monday in
Mr. Roland Wilkinson and Miss
Helen Wilkinson left Monday in their
Haynes car for their home in St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg and Mr. Leon P. Irvin of
Concord, Ga, left for his home Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday after attending the house party
given by Miss Leie Blitch and her
Mr. Minor SI.. trunk of Montbrook
is the gi:-t of Ilrr. DR. Blitch.
SltUATIOII IS SPECIALLY DAIJGERflUS FOU F0H F0H-EK
EK F0H-EK II! THE CAPITAL CITY
Washington, July 'l. Conditions in
Mexico City, described as growing
more chaotic, loomed largest today in
the official view of the complex Mexi Mexican
can Mexican situation. The situation in Mexico
City, made dangerous for foreigners
by battling armies in the suburbs, is
causing Washington officials much
The latest reports said mobs are
rioting and looting stores in Mexico
ZAPATA'S OFFICERS INCITE THE
Dispatches from Mexico City, dat dated
ed dated June 25, to .Vera Cruz by courier,
cabled to the state department today,
say Zapata's officers in Mexico City
are charged with .inciting mob vio violence.
lence. violence. HEARING OF MEXICAN GEN GENERALS
ERALS GENERALS POSTPONED
. El Paso, July l. The case against
Huerta, Orozco and four others has
been postponed until July 12th.
SEEM TO HAVE
PLENTY OF SCADS
Mountains Around Monterey are Full
of Iluerta's Men
Laredo, July 1. Huerta troops
have been concealed for some time in
the mountains of Chihuahua, accord according
ing according to a letter reaching here today.
"The mountains are full of Huer-
tistas andthey are paying for every everything
thing everything with Mexican gold and national
bank notes," the letter says.
Will Enable Ocala to .Make Desirable
Ocala has sold its bond issue of
$155,000 to a local concern the Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank. The bdnda are for wa waterworks
terworks waterworks and 'sewerage and the home
bank made the best bid. r
The money will be at once available
and Ocala will pbtain some very de desirable
sirable desirable improvements as a result. The
Tribune congratulates the enterpris enterprising
ing enterprising people of that city on the good
price obtained for their bonds and on
the fact that the city had an institu institution
tion institution capable of handling the transac transaction.
tion. transaction. Tampa Tribune.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Denham, of
Gainesville, were in town yesterday
on the way in theTr car. to Crystal
River. Mr. and Mrs. Denham have
just returned from their trip to New
York. Mr. Denham saw. things up
there which account for some of our
hard time3 down here. He saw the
best southern produce selling at lower
prices than inferior stuff brings where
it is raised. The people haven't the
money they had in former years. An Another
other Another pointer to Florida farmers who
are thinking of depending on staple
The G. A. Cannichael came in yes
terday evening from Jacksonville,
bringing a big cargo of freight for
"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is
made clean, sold clean and delivered
clean. Ask your grocer for Carter's
n-5 WAS SOON PULLED OFF
Little Undersea Boat Didn't Slay on
the Rocks Very Long
San Francisco, J aly l-r-The United
State 3 submarine 1 1-5, which went on
the rocks Tuesday night near Point
Sur lighthouse, 115 miles south of
here, was floated on high tide late
yesterday.- Wireless messages to
local naval authorities said the vessel
was proceeding to San Francisco.
NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT
If you want to purchase & new au
tomobile on easy payments, get the
information by addressing Box 164,
Ocala, Fla. 6-19-irt
COME TO THE SUNSHINE CITY
If you waiit to keep cool and take a
plurge in the bay. You will find good
rooms and board at 55 p?r week at
828 Central avenue,' St. -Petersburg,
Fla, Mrs, I P. Butler. r-25-tf
A FEU OfflS
SENTENCE OF DEATH HELD UP
UNTIL JULY TWENTY TWENTY-SIXTH
SIXTH TWENTY-SIXTH C Associated Press)
Albany, N. Y., July 1. Governor
Whitman today granted Charles
Becker a reprieve until July 2Cthl
SMITH WILL SWING
Englishman who Murdered His Wives
for Sake of Their Insurance
London, July 1. The jury today
convicted George Joseph Smith of
murdering three wives. It is alleged
that Smith killed his wives in baths
and collected the life insurance.
Smith was sentenced to death.-
V BLOXHAM COUNTY
,Edit6r Star: Please allow me to
correct an error. My article on Blox-
ham county should have read-"not
including railroads. In having it type typewritten,
written, typewritten, the word "not" was left out.
'The comptroller1 assesses 'railroads
and certifies the amount with number
of" miles of main track, sidetracks and
branches in Marion county to me, but
does cogive location. The only main
track that Bloxham will get from
Marion is across township 15, range
18, six miles assessed at $0,500 per
mile and 6ktetracks and branch roads
in township 14, range 19, assessed at
$2,500 per mile.
All of which cannot alter my asser assertion
tion assertion that Bloxham rill not get from
Marion half as much revenue as she
claims and if Levy is short in the
same proportion either assessment or
millage must be doubled in order to
get money enough to run the new
county on short rations.
Dr. J. G. Baskin of Clearwater,
president of the Bank of Dunnellon,
and Mr. G. W. Neville, cashier of the
bank, were in the city today.
Moss Bluff, June 29w Mrs. Davis
and little son Jewel, and Misses Maud
and Elsie spent Wednesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Collins.
Quite a crowd enjoyed a delightful
ice cream supper at the home of Mr.
and Mrs! I. Perry Saturday night.
Everybody reported a good time.
Miss Angle Collins spent Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night with her friend, Miss Katie
Mrs. Dillon Long is very sick at
this writing. Her friends wish her a
Prayer meeting was well attended
Sunday night. Services conducted by
Mr. J. P. Davis.
Miss Mary Hoyt Martin rpent Sun Sunday
day Sunday with her cousin, Miss Bemice
Mrs. J. C. Pillans and Miss Dixie
spent Tuesday at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. J. S. Martin.
Mr. Hand and Mr. McKinney made
a pleasant visit to Umatilla Friday
"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's
Cough Remedy so highly, recom recommend
mend recommend J. I got her a bottle and it re re-lipred'the
lipred'the re-lipred'the conh at one. Before the
had finished two bottles of this rem remedy
edy remedy she was' entirely well, writes
Mrs. S. F. Grime?, Crooksville, Ohio.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Pabst Blue Rillcn Deer, the best,
puzt'and no:t healthful of ALL
sunncr d: -, ;.t Jchnny's rir.r -. tf
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FIERCE FIGIIO CO!
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London, July 1. The Russians are
still being driven back in northern
Galicia and southern Fohmd, in th;
apparent effort of the Teutons to
clear the way for a move on Y.V.r-.
saw.- The liussians admit the c: r:
tmuation cf the Teutonic ofTcnnve!
between the Bug and Yieprz rivers.
Ivangornod is believed to be the Teu
ATTACK ON WINDAU DRIVEN
Petrograd reports the rei-ils
German warships' attack on Y.lndau.
It is reported the French are plan planning
ning planning an attack north of Arras.
PLAN TO CAPTURE AN iriPOIl iriPOIl-TANT
TANT iriPOIl-TANT POSITION
' The Anglo-French forces are rail
td be planning to capture the hill cf
Achie Baba, dominating the country
south of the Narrows of the Darda Dardanelles.
nelles. Dardanelles. ALL QUIET ALONG TIID ISONZO
No decisive rtiiilts are report;, i
along. the western front or n!or,- th 3
LAKH WEIR V,. C. T. U.
''The' Lake Y,;r W. C. T. U. : "t
Thursday. June 17th, at the V.
dale' Pre i byterian church, ? Ir J. I.
Sigmon acting in the absence cT th.'
Opening song. He Cometh, .'"c rap rapture
ture rapture lesson from Psalms 127th, i -lowed
by prayer by Mrs. Sigmon. Th?
minutes were reaJ End approve J.
Decided to have r:r picr.i: c :i July
3rd at Stanton. Mrs. r.-:t, !!;
Snook, Mrs. KeUcy, rir. .IlccJ r :.
Mrs. -Sigmon were npf Int.. 1 to I
after the different cc:r..-r.;ttf"o-
l.Irs. Sigmon gave her report cf 1
convention at Kendrick.
In the absence of the iuperhv.
dent of medical temperance, Mrs. K
sey read' the- paper' writt -i y
Swan that was read. at the !. ..
convention. There being r.o fu::
business the meeting aJjj'jrr. J
meet July 3. Miss Grace II. f r.r
. Press Corrc:-por,
Orange Springs, June CO,
Briden has about recovered from 1
On July 3rd there is to I
day picnic at the big sulphur spring
here. The 'invitation is everybody
come and bring dinner.
Rev. T. F. Roland will preach here
next Sunday night at 8 o'clock. Rev.
Roland has been coming here the sec second
ond second Sunday in each month, hut r.e.v
work has been added to his circuit and
hereafter he will be here only for cne
service each month, at night on the
first Sunday of each month.
Mrs. Caroline II. Moorhen d cf
Ocala, Prof. Spencer of Gainesville
and Mr. McCully of Berlin, expect to
hold an all-day meeting in this vicin vicinity
ity vicinity on Wednesday, July 7th. The
meeting is in the interest of fanner?
and farmers wives and it is hoped
that a good attendance will greet the
above named speakers. The meeting
will be at the farm and canning fac factory
tory factory of Mr. Ilipkina.
- Miss Jennie Carter Fpent the we h h-end
end h-end at Mclnto.-h and Oea!a.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A, Carl ten
place left here Tuesday for O
a week's visit to that town.
The Orange Springs cam.:
is now m lull unuorm.
apron and cap cf each
tically liie there cf rdl
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car.nlrg torr.r.t-"' rr.j
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OCALA EVENING STAR THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1915.
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
- BITTING Ell & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
H. II. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business 3Ianager
J. II. Benjamin, Eii tor
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Entered at Oca. Fla., postoffice as secona class matter.
One year, in advance. .... $5.00
lix months, in advance. ... 2.50
Throe months, in advance. ,.1.25
c month, in advance..... .50
It is reported that Germany has be- dredth part as much in the opinion of
gun a policy of exasperating Switzer-; the American people as Slaton's quiet
land. No Swiss, it is said, is allowed remark, in New York Monday night,
to leave Germany, and German aero-1 that "the good people of Georgia ap ap-plares
plares ap-plares have dropped bombs in Swiss proved of his action and only the mob
The Armenian was torpedoed at
8 :0S p. m. Monday about 4 :S0 p. m.
New York time but her fate was not
known in America until forty-seven
hours later. The British authorities
must have been slow in giving out the
The Star erred yesterday inlaying
the Armenian was a passenger boat.
It was a freight boat, and the; Amer Americans
icans Americans on board were not passengers,
but men engaged in carrying a cargo
of mules to Britain. However, they
Germany "must be paying some at attention
tention attention to the American note." There
is much less activity in the submarine
area than heretofore. Times-Union.
- Well bet a doughnut the torpedo
hit the Armenian about the time the
above was written.
"Facts and Photos," the Marion
County Booklet of 1913 continues to
be heard from. A man way over in
Seattle ,on the other side of the con continent,
tinent, continent, 3500 miles away, writes to
Secretary Kooney that he has received
a copy, and will move to Florida in
a few months if he is able to do so.
A married man has a wife and a
bachelor has a conscience to tell them
when they do wrong. A widower is
happy because he has neither West
Palm Beach Tropical Sun.
The Tropical Sun man must have
lost all his money at poker the night
before he took the foregoing crack at
a small and generally inoffensive ele element
ment element of his fellow citizens.
The Star has received the photo photograph
graph photograph of an unusually pretty vbaby,
which by the inscription at the bot
tom of the picture is "Anna Adelaide
Duval, 1915 model." Miss Anna Ade Adelaide
laide Adelaide is Ocala's mascot for 1915, the
first baby born in the city this yearj
and if all Ocala's products for 1915
were up to the standard she set, this
incfeed wrould be a model twelve twelvemonth.
month. twelvemonth. 7 '. v-' --r
Premier Agquith, replying in the
House of Commons yesterday to the
question asked the day before as to
whether the government would state
terms on which peace would be possi possible,
ble, possible, gave a non-committal answer. He
said: "It would not be in the public
interest to add anything . to what I
have already publicly stated on this
subject." '; V-'
The personal spite against Harry
Thaw felt by the men who control the
courts of New York is shown in their
determination to put his ... ex-wife on
the stand to testify against him in
his attempt to establish his sanity.
They would not' bring' this .woman be before
fore before the court if they did not hope by
her appearance and testimony to
prejudice the jurymen against Thaw.
Governor Trammel! has 1 appointed
R. A; Gray to be his secretary, to
take the place of G. T. Whitfield, who
ryxs filled the place for- the past few
years, under Gilchrist as well as
Trammell. Mr. Whitfield has been
appoitned clerk of the supreme court.
Mr. Gray has been filling the position
of assistant stateauditor.
Mr. Bryan was to have spoken to
the Sons of Teutons in Chicago Mon Monday
day Monday night, but the talkfest-was called
of?... It is reported that the Teutons
wanted Mr. B. to denounce American
sale of ammunition to the allies, but
he Wouldn't. Perhaps Mr. Bryan re remembered
membered remembered that big shipment of Ger German
man German arms and ammunition sent, into
Mexico about a year ago, when there
was every, probability that it would
be used on Americans.
The 4Cth annual encampment of the
Grand. Array of the Republic, at which
'will, oecur the COth anniversary of the
grand review,"" av ill be held in Wash Washington
ington Washington Sept. 27th-6ct. 3rd next. -This
may be the last pment of the
Grand Army. It will certainly be the
last one for nany of the aged Union
veterans of Tl-'65. x
The new Alabama liquor laws went j
into effect today. They restrict any j
person's supply of booze to one quart j
a month, and prohibit newspapers j
from publishing liquor advertise-
monts. If these laws will stand, any-
g in the way of restrictive legis-jbig
v. ill itar.d.
accomplished a great
ybt, by his flaying
doing a man's
One year- in advance $4.00
Six mpnths, in advance..... 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance..'... .80
caused him any trouble, mat cias
of the United States. Tom has made
much noise and stink during his life,
but he never did anything a hun hun-dredeth
dredeth hun-dredeth part as brave as Slaton's act
in commuting the sentence of Frank.
POWELL HANDS OUT
A FEW PUNCHES
Powell of the Clearwater Sun is no
milksop at least, the following from
his facile typewriter, are not milk
Where Are We At?
Citizens returning from the north
all tell us the same story of good
times, factories working overtime.
With manufacturers working two and
three shifts to meet the demands, and
corn, wheat,- cattle and other staples
at highest prices, the north, the east
and the central west is more prosper
ous than ever before.
Money is going begging there. Cap Capitalists
italists Capitalists from the north came into
Clearwater and paid 106 for a small
issue of school bonds. More than 20
other firms bid on the issue.
Another tourist season is approach
They tell us the tourists are going
to California, to visit the expositions
they tell us that the money of the
north and east will flow to the Pacific
Jtailroads and communities are
spending millions advertising the
golden west and its attractions.
What is Florida doing to meet this
No organized effort to meet this
condition and very little community
Commercial bodies are dead or dy
ing many that are alive are thresh threshing
ing threshing out local problems of little mo moment,
ment, moment, and giving dinners and hearing
themselves talk talk talk!
Not a line of Florida advertising in
magazines of nation-wide circulation
"Wpages and pages of California ad
Do we want any of this northern
wealth in Florida this winter? If so
it is time to get busy.
Dr. Anton Meyer-Gerhard, recently
arrived at Berlin, says the Ameri
cans and Germans do not understand
each- others Surest thing he ever
said. The Americans certainly ; mis
understand Germany. If, a year ago
any American had been told that the
German government would issue an
order that a passenger ship with hun
dreds of women and children on board
should be sunk, the American would
have made an indignant denial. As
for Germans misunderstanding Am Americans,
ericans, Americans, Meyer-Gerhard's own re remarks
marks remarks are proof of that. The Star is
afraid the Germans do not understand
anybody. They think out what they
want and expect everybody to agree
with them. They will be wiser when
the war is over.
Stock and policyholders of the
Florida Life Insurance Con.any
would like very much to know if any anything
thing anything is going to happen to the men
who are charged with wrecking that
concern. So far, there seems to -have
been no movement in the direction of
prosecution. Tampa Times.
Don't be unreasonable. The men
who are responsible for the Marianna
fire haven't been prosecuted yet. Let
the Florida Life insurance wreckers
wait till their turn comes.
Former Governor Slaton of Georgia
has "lit out" for San Francisco, where
he hopes to find the climate much
healthier than that of Atlanta and the
hoodlums not so pressing in their per personal
sonal personal attentions. The ex-governor
showed real backbone in his disposi disposition
tion disposition of the Frank case, but his evident
fear of the mob and intercession for
the rowdies after they had been ar arrested
rested arrested was an unheroic anti-climax.
Lakeland Telegram. ,.-'
. Sorry to disagree with .you, Uncle
Joe, but it seems to us that Slaton
stayed on the ground long enough to
prove his courage, and his request
that the rioters be let down easy
show rather his lack of vindictiveness
than deficiency in bravery.
BIG THING FOR PINELLAS
The Advent of the J. B. McCrary
Company ?with their engineering,
j building, bond negotiating and other
business, was a big thing for
! Tinellas and her communities; and if
as understood it shall run down and
make responsible some "of t the parties
of late so free with charges and in-
; finuations of graft and, o the ra seal
Hie?, it will confer yet another
upon all Pinellas. St. Petersburg
NEBUCHADNEZZAR AND THE
GREAT WHITE BEAR
Or What Will Come to Pass in the
In the previous article it was shown
that a person must believe the gospel
and be- baptized into that belief in
order to become an heir of God's
promises regarding eternal life and
the kingdom according to the words
of the Lord Jesus as we find written
in Mark 16:15-16 "And he said unto
them, go yet into all the world and
preach the gospel to every creature.
le that believeth and is baptized shall
be saved, but he that believeth not
shall be damned."
Seeing that the belief of the gospel
comes first and then the baptism, we
will consider what is the necessary be belief,
lief, belief, or in other words, what must we
believe before being baptized.
A person is baptized into whatever
their belief fnay be; if one believes
the gospel of Christ and is baptized
into it, Christ declares they shall be
The gospel of Christ is not only, to
live a good life, but there are certain
promises and a looking forward to
their fulfillment by believing what
God has promised he will surely
bring it to pass, and how plainly Paul
has spoken in regard to those who
believed the things concerning that
kingdom that is to have dominion over
all the earth when Jerusalem will be
come the city of the Great. King,
which will be the city of God.
In Hebrews 11th chapter he, speaks
of all those from Abel down, and in
verse 13 he declares "These all died
in faith, not having received the
In 39th and 40th verses Paul said
report through faith, received not the
promise; God having provided some
better thing for us, that they without
us should not be made perfect."
Paul was explaining to the Hebrews
that none of whom he mentions have
received their reward although they
were dead and in their graves and
would not be made perfect without
the living being made perfect with
them, neither will they be made per perfect
fect perfect until they arise from the dead
to stand at the judgment seat of
The wise man Solomon in writing
of the death state' agrees with Paul,
in Eccl. 3:18-19-20 verses:
'II said in mine heart concerning
the estate bf the sons of men, that
God might manifest them, and they
might see that they themselves are
"For that which befall eth the sons
of men befalleth beasts; even one
thing befalleth them; as the one dieth
so dieth the other; yea, they all have
one -breath; so that a man hath no
premeinence above a beast: for all is
"All go unto one place; all are of
the dust, and all return to dust
David 4n Ps. 146:4 says, in the very
day that nian dies his thoughts perish.
But there is hope beyond the grave
for those who believe the gospel of
Christ and are baptized into that
faith as he told his disciples, Go "into
all the world, and preach the gospel
to every creature. He that believeth
and is baptized shall be saved; but he
that believeth not shall be damned.
And he has not left us in darkness
in this matter, because he said, "I am
the resurrection and the life: he that
believeth in me, though he were dead,
yet shall he live." John 11:25.
So we find the gospel of Christ was
not only living a good life but his
command in connection was to believe
the promises or Uod concerning a
kingdom that will supersede all other
kingdoms of this planet and it will
rule the nations in righteousness and
equity, for a period of. one thousand
years which will "be a ruling power
that Daniel told Nebuchadnezzar
should be set up in the latter days as
we find in Dan. 2:41 as it reads:
"Arid in the days of these kings
shall the God of heaven set up a
kingdom, which shall never be de destroyed.
stroyed. destroyed. And the kingdom shall not
be left to other people, but it shall
break in pieces and consume all these
kingdoms, and it shall stand forever."
These passages are important helps
in understanding the gospel. There is
nothing obscure in the Old Testa Testament
ment Testament if one has the key of knowledge
pertaining to God's plan of salvation.
Paul in writing to Timothy told
him, "All scripture is given by inspir inspiration
ation inspiration of God, and is profitable for
doctrine for reproof, for correction in
righteousness." II. Tim. 3:16. Paul
also put3 Timothy in mind that from a
child he has known the scriptures
which were able to make him wise
unto salvation. II. Tim. 3:15.
So by these passages we cannot
deny the Old Testament and say it is
of no use at the present time any
more than they could in Paul's day.
Timothy knew the truth in regard
to the New Testament by the teaching
of Paul although the New Testament
was not printed in book form at that
time, and in connection with all of
Paul's knowledge he exorts Timothy
to study the scriptures (or Old Tes Testament)
tament) Testament) because it was able to make
him wise unto salvation and Paul in
writing in the Galatians" 1:8 said,
"Though we or an angel fromTieaven
preach any other gospel unto you
than that which we have preached
unto you, let him be accursed."
(To be Continued)
SEE Til K FARM on the Silver
Springs road which' furnishes ' the
Merchant's Cafe every N3ay with
'-sh veetf jlez, ni"c and ergs.-:tf
By GEORGE RANDOLPH
. CHESTER and
Copyright. 1915. by Serial Publication
(Continued from Yesterday)
-Hold on tberer Gilbert Blye spoice
aharply. "I was waiting, but for a
New York train. I had been to our
Tarnvllle factory. I saw this beauti beautify!
fy! beautify! girl on the platform and thought
immediately what a good motion pic picture
ture picture subject she would be. I was right.
She screens perfectly." And he smiled
approvingly at June.
"So you were strangers," remarked
Ned. and there was an implied sneer in
bis tone. Tou helped her on the train,
and I saw you In the car talking with
"You?" Both the runaway bride and
the dark, handsome Blye asked that
-Yea.' ir this triumphantly. -1
caugbt an express and overtook your
local as we pulled into the station at
New York, and through tba car win windows
dows windows I say you bending over her and
smiling, and she was smiling up at
There was a pause, and the listeners
looked from June to Blye and then at
"Oh, year and June's brow cleared.
"I bad sold my watch to a funny old
lady on the train to pay my fare. Mr.
Blye bought the watch from her and
very kindly offered to let me repur repurchase
chase repurchase it whenever I found it conven
ient. He gave me his card; that was
"Alir Ned thundered. "lie chased
you from the train in a taxi, and I fol followed,
lowed, followed, but I lost you both.
"I did not!" Blye heatedly retorted.
"1 Jumped in a taxi and tore straight
for Cunningham's hotel,' and he turn turned
ed turned to the white mustacbed man for cor-
rolKiratlon. "We were due at a dinner
party that night and were to stop a
Mrs. Russel's, wber all the girls of
the company afterward boarded."
"And I went straight to Irisi" added
the aggrieved June.
"Indeed she didT heartily agreed Iris.
"She told us she had left you because
you had given her money." And Bob Bobble
ble Bobble Blethering was still profoundly per perplexed.
plexed. perplexed. "You remember 1 came out to the
house for June's purse." Iris turned to
Mr. and Mrs. Moore. "She wouldn't
even let us lend her money, because
she had a principle about being inde independent.
pendent. independent. When you and Ned chased In
and drove poor June from our house
and Ned found Gilbert Dive's card in
her glove, then It was all off!"
"When I slipped out of Iris window
I had my purse, but no clothes," June
pathetically remembered. "So I went
out home to Brynport and stole my
clothes and Marie."
"Why did he go- to Brynport at th
same time?" Ned glared savagely at
"It was an Inspiration." Gilbert Blye
smiled suavely and stroked his black
Vandyke with his long, lean white fin fingers,
gers, fingers, and his black eyes glowed. "We
had just formed the Blye Stock com company
pany company t the dinner party. Mr. Ed Edwards,"
wards," Edwards," and he nodded to the heavy
man with the thick lidded eyes, "is our
financial backer. Mr. Cunningham." a
nod for the white mustached man. "is
our leading actor, who has also an in interest
terest interest In the "company. I showed them
the picture of the beautiful girl In the
watch. It had given me a great idea
for a motion picture play. The Run Runaway
away Runaway Bride. They were delighted with
it, but we had no girl of the type."
"Wasn't I the jealous Utile party?"
laughed Tommy Thomas. "I was to be
the only leadiug lady of the Blye Stock
"Gilbert Blye favored .the vivacious
brunette with a pinch on the ear.
"1 remembered hearing Mrs. Warner
tell the old lady on the train that sUe
must earn her own living. 1 was cer
tain that she would Bcreen welL Wh.v
not get the original heroine of the
Idea? Edward and Cunningham were
enthusiastic I had her address in her
watch. 1 jumped in Cunningham!
limousine and hurried right out to
"And we reached the cafe just la
time to chase yon." Bobble Blethering
was beaming with eager Interest. He
was pleceing together a puzzle which
had baffled him. -When Ned found
your card we went to your bouse, and
your wife told us you were at the din dinner
ner dinner party."
"My wife." and a shade of annoy annoyance
ance annoyance passed over" Blye's dark, band
"And on the way In from Brynport
my taxi broke down." June went on.
"Mr. Blye appeared out of the dark darkness
ness darkness as if by magic and offered hU
"I have a confession to make." In
terrupted Blye. 1 threw glass on b
road. And there wa a general move movement
ment movement of shocked understanding. All
their tars hud poiied tires on that
gla.t -it was ruytonly ojiort unity to
stop the runaway Iiride. On the waj
In to t!n city 1 ixTMinded her that she
could earn her independence easier and
quicker lu umving picture work than
in any other way."
"So 1 became a temporary memltei
of the Blye Stock company. I was tc
play the lead In the feature which he
elaborated after I told him about tnj
"That wa a great IdeaT Blje was
very enthusiastic. "The man. the wo
man and the money! It will appeal to
every clasa and condition of people
W re iei:djLig ti fortune tu udvertU
lug it IM.k-;ji thi nvw twenty-foui
sheet !er; And, moving a piece w
sccuer. la- uisplayed u big lithograph
of Tin. Kunaway Itride. by Gilbert
Blye: Portrayed by th Blje Stock
Ned Warner wnMS only one who
paia uu uttt'iitirf!1 lithograph. Ilia
arms 1 v
.1j ejea were
etui corn, june toocea at mm. ana ner
eyes rilled with despair.
"Why was it necessary to bind and
gag me and leave me all night In the
wools?"" lb? husband demanded.
"Ned, what do you mean? Did some
one do 'that t youV" June was half
sobbing, and, there was general surprise-
n the part of the Blye Stock
"Oh." Miss Junle. I didn't mean It to
go so far! the high cheek boned maid.
Marie, cried, and she was pulling her
thumbs In rapid nccvsdon while Aunt
Debby glared ferociously at her.
"Your June cried "Why. Marier
And she looked In fright at Ned. Then
was a sneer on bis Ili.
"Well. Bouncer found Mr. Ned Id
Mrs. Villard s garden, and I knew you
were hiding from Mr. Neil until you
could inaite foioo tnuiieyl so 1 told the
chauffeur and the g.irdener not to let
Mr. N-d see you or ieak to you. and
the.next thing I knew Nr. 'Nfd was
lie glared at Marie and June'n heart
sank, fie shrugged Li shoulder, as
If dismissing Marie's n.irratlvr.
"I saw no cameras nt Sin. Vl!lard'
that night." And now be turned
seowllnxly to Orin Cunningham. "Yet
I saw this man distinctly making love
to my -wife. And I saw Gilbert Blye
doing the same thing!"
"We were rehearsing. Mr. Warner."
explained Blye quietly.
"Yes. Ned!" June was crying, but.
though Neil saw her, he paid no atten attention
tion attention to her.
"We were to take the oetuai picture
the next morning in the studio, and we
were working out some scenes. It may
help you if 1 tell you that Mr. Cunning Cunningham
ham Cunningham Is the pursuing villain In The
ltunaway Bride, I have been direct directing
ing directing the pictures. I have taken the lib liberty
erty liberty several times of showing Mr. Cun Cunningham
ningham Cunningham how 1 wished scenes enacted
I also play tho deserted groom." And
his black eyes Bashed.
Ned laughed, but there was no mirth
In It. June shrank uuder his contemp contemptuous
tuous contemptuous gaze, and her mother patted gen gently
tly gently the hand which lay In her arm.
"I'll swear It was not a moving pic picture
ture picture rehearsel the night you dragged
my wife out of the Xew York cafe and
took her on board your yacht."
"You let it wasn't." It was the
heavy T. J. Edwards', and ho was bob bobbing
bing bobbing his round head vigorously. "A
contract U a conirnct. When your
wife saw you she wouldn't go on board
the yacht; she wouldn't finish the pic pictures;
tures; pictures; she couldn't do anything. My
heavens, mau, do you know I had ai
ready spent $7o.i0 on this feature?
And if this girl quit we couldn't get
another one to Hike her place, could
we? So we dragg "d b'cr ou board the
yacht." And he glared, his defiance at
all of theui Money was tnouey.
Ned Warner had l'vn sitting on the
tlz0 of :ll "n- he'snramr to Ids
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
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, e deal for that real esta te has been closed and the only thing
: da is to see if the title is good. Marion county has iout 160
detU records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellanoees rec-
. ords, or about ISO 000 pages of record matter and among these is
the record history of that title.
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discomfort and disease will give you trouble unless
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i And the sunshine follows the rain;
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Can never come over again.
Washington's New Official Hostess
Of Mrs. Robert Lansing, wife of
the lie w secretary of state in Presi President
dent President Wilson's cabinet, the following
interesting item comes from Washing Washington
ton Washington relative to her admirable fitness
for the official and social duties that
will devolve upon her:
As the daughter of John W. Foster,
former secretary of state and diplo
mat, Mrs. Lansing has had the exper experience
ience experience that falls to but few wives of
cabinet members. She has spent con
siderable time abroad, is highly cul
tured, and is regarded as one of the
most attractive women in Washing
ton society. She is about forty-five
years old. A heavy suite of white hair
and dark eyes add to her charming ap appearance.
pearance. appearance. She was married to the sec
retary of state on Jan. 15, 1890, and
last January the two celebrated their
twenty-fifth wedding anniversary.
Mrs. Lansing, like her husband, is an
active, church. worker. Besides being a
prominent member of the Church of
the Covenant, she is secretary of the
local Y. W. C. A. Since coming to
Washington she and her husband have
lived with her father, John W. Foster.
Meeting of Eastern Star Circle
The Eastern Star sewing circle
spent a pleasant afternoon Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday with Mrs. R. E. Yonge. During
the afternoon Mr. Lester Lucas pleas pleased
ed pleased those present with his splendid
voice, singing several selections.
After the busy hour with needles
delicious ice cream and cake was
served. Assisting Mrs. Yonge in en entertaining
tertaining entertaining and serving were her two
nieces, Misses Emma and Sidney Per Perry
ry Perry and her two daughters, Mrs. Lester
Lucas and Mrs. Lewis Yonce.
Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Singleton return returned
ed returned home yesterday morning from San
Francisco and other points in the west,
where they have been spending the
past month, and will enjoy a brief so sojourn
journ sojourn in Jacksonville with Mr. and
Mrs. Wallace Kelsey, at their home
on Fourth street, Springfield, before
returning to their home in Inverness.
Miss Ethel Harrell of Roanoke, Va.,
and a frequent visitor to this city, will
teach at Brenau College next winter,
assisting Miss Pearce in English.
Brenau is Miss Harrell's alma mater,
she having received her B. A. degree
from there last spring.
Miss Helen Cochrane of Palatka,
who was a yuletide guest of Misses
Catharine and Mildred Pyles last win winter,
ter, winter, is at Pontiac, Mich. for the sum summer.
' Honoring Misses Helen and Dor Dorothy
othy Dorothy Dean, Misses Catharine and
Mildred Pyles will entertain at a
thimble party" Saturday morning at
their country home, "Glenhurst."
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead held a canning
demonstration today at Belleview at
the home of Prof. A. B. Connor.
After a brief visit to Candler, their
former home, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Rickards and daughter Catharine of
West Palm Beach, passed through
Ocala yesterday in their car en route
to Balsam, N. C, to spend the sum summer.
mer. summer. .'
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Mrs. Julia Haisley left today for
Gainesville to visit her sister, Mrs. J.
II. Beville for a week. On the 7th Mrs.
Haisley and Mrs. Beville will sail from
Jacksonville for New York, thence go going
ing going to Lewes, Del., to remain until
Miss May Hull is the lovely guest
of Miss Mabel MefFert, arriving today
from St. Petersburg.
Miss Marie Hulbert, a former pop popular
ular popular Ocala girl, arrived today from
her home in. St. Petersburg to visit
Miss Caroline Harriss.
Mr. and Mrs. Eli A. Osborn, Miss
Margaret Wade and Mrs. J. B. Hor Hor-rell
rell Hor-rell attended the Fellowship picnic
today, motoring out in the former's
Mrs. Julia B. Nettles, a merchant of
Romeo, came to the city yesterday and
today underwent an operation at the
Mrs. Martha' Tyson of Gainesville
and" Misses Catharine and Ruth Tyson
of Earlot, concluded yesterday a visit
to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Howell and Mr.
and Mrs. Mason Tyson at their home
The Woman's Missionary Society
will meet Friday afternoon at four
o'clock at the Methodist church.
Mr. and. Mrs. E. K. Howard, Mrs.
A. K. Howard, Mrs. Lee Walton and
Miss Edna Walton arrived at Eastlake
Wednesday to visit Mrs. E. F. New Newport,
port, Newport, coming by automobile from Mi Miami.
ami. Miami. : Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Newport's
mother, Mrs. Walton and Miss Walton
will remain for the summer. Mr. and
Mrs. Howard will return to Miami in
about ten days.
A pretty home wedding took place
last evening at 6:30 o'clock at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J.'L. Miller at
Martel, when their daughter Dollie
May was united in marriage to Mr.
Allen Sympson Holmes, Rev. Z. A.
The bride was charming in a
dainty dress of white lace cloth trim trimmed
med trimmed in shadow lace and ribbon. An
elegant wedding supper followed the
ceremony and other some time spent
in pleasant conversation,' the bridal
party left in an auto, accompanied by
Mis ses Lottie and Annie Morrison, for
Orala, Mr. and Mrs. Holmes stopping
at the Ocala House until today, when
they left for Dunedin where they will
make their home on their orange
Those present were Rey. Z. A
Crumpton and son Zack, Mr.and Mrs.
D. A. Walker and family,, Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Smith and family, Mr..and
Mrs. G. Reddick and family, Mr. and
Mrs. John Morrison and family, Mr.
and Mrs. M. J. Morrison and family.
Mrs. William Cuthill, Mr. and Mrs.
Arch Cuthill and family, Mr. and Mrs.
E. J. Geiger and family of Williston,
Miss Dora Jerrals of Williston, Mrs.
Dora Abbercrombia and daughters of
Williston Misses Mary and Laura
Kemp, Misses Lottie and Annie Mor
rison of Ocala, Misses May and Mar-
cey Tucker, Mr. L. P. Allen and son
Herbert, Mr. Neal McClain of Clear Clearwater,
water, Clearwater, Mr. Carl Ray, Mr. Percy Thig-
pen and Mr. Calvin Starr.
Miss Esther Ley, one of Rev. J. B.
Ley's daughters, has recently pur purchased
chased purchased a nice orange grove east of
Lake Ivanhoe. The grove comprises
some thousand or more .young trees
and will be managed in a', strictly
scientific and up to date manner by
the new owner. Orlando Sentinel.
(Concluded on Last Page)
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-ILAR
ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
AUTOMOBILE BARGAIN For
quick cash sale. One roadster, good
condition; must sell within 48 hours.
Phone or write Auto care Star of office.
fice. office. 6-30-tf
FOR RENT Up stairs ccr.-!?ting of
four rooms furnished for housekeep housekeeping;
ing; housekeeping; light and water, $8 per month.
Phone 382. 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
WANTED A irst class turpentine
woodsman, married but without chil children.
dren. children. Must be strictly sober and a
hustler, willing to work for small sal salary.
ary. salary. Apply Fairfield Naval Stores Co.,
Fairfield, Fla. 28-12t
FOR RENT Five-room cottage with
modern conveniences, gas, electricity,
baths, etc. Apply to Mrs. Jake Brown,
North Tuscawilla. street, or phone
FOR RENT Upstairs consisting of
three rooms and bath, furnished for
light housekeeping. Electric lights,
city and cistern water. Mrs. P. II.
Gillen, No. 1 S. 5th St. 21-tf
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
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 CEUTS'
EACD. These cakes will be flavored with the most popular
flavors used in home cooking, such as Vanilla, Chocolate,
spices, etc., and will contain only the highest grade of Sugar,'
Butter and other ingredients necessary to their manufacture.
This will enable you to have your cake fresh from the' oven
everyday. "CARTER'S DEUflOUS" cake is strictly a
home product, and with the trace-at-home spirit that now
prevails every community it will be just what the Ocala pub-
1 ? linn knntV tnn1Snl C 4f4.t. f f 1
iiv. uaa uccu iuuMny wr. tvuicxi ror iurcner -annouueement
Sold by all the leading grocers.
ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Sirs. M. E. Errin, at
Carlton House. 19-lmo.
FOR RENT Three or four rooms
furnished for light housekeeping, or
will rent the whole house of seven
rooms with every modern convenience
furnished, very reasonable. Phone 494.
P. A. Durand, 614 E. Adams St. 23-Ct
FOR RENT-Eight room residence
on Oklawaha, two blocks east of A. C.
L. railroad; all modern conveniences;
house in good repair; can give imme immediate
diate immediate possession. Rent reasonable.
Apply to Mrs. O. T. Green, telephone
No. S83. 21-t
L C. Jordan & Co,
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR IV. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fia.
jT A 10)
NORTH MAIN. ST.,
POTTER PRESS AT A BARGAIN
This office is installing a new press
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
tween July 1st and 10th. If interest
ed communicate with us at once. You
will not again have such a bargain of offered,
fered, offered, d&w The Star, Ocala.
How Mrs. liar rod Got Rid of Iler,
"I Buffered with .stomach trouble
for years and tried everything I
heard of, but the only relief I got was
temporary until last spring 1 saw
Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and
nropurpd a hott'a of them nt oar druszr
that dreadful heaviness after eating
aid frpm ptn in the stomach,"
writes Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort
Wayne, Ind. Obtainable every
A&A NUTRITIVE TONIC
One'that contains the proper amount
of bypophosphites of iron, quinine and
strychnine, as a good tonic- and for
the upbuilding of all forms of gen general
eral general debility. ORION HYPOPIIOS-
PIIITES COMPOUND has no equal.
Three ounces 25c.; full pint $1. Dis Distributed
tributed Distributed by Anti-Monopoly Drug
Best Thing for a Bilious Attack
"On account of my confinement in
the printinxr 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, 1 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 everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. Adv.
NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT
If you want to purchase a new au automobile
tomobile automobile on easy payments, get the
information by' addressing Box 164,
Ocala, Fla. 6-19-12t
COME TO TnE SUNSniNE 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
826 Central avenue, St. Petersburg,
Fla. Mrs L. P. Butler. 25-tf
We are offering a big cut in prices j
cn stationery, making room for new :
! shipment. The Court Pharmacy. ; 4t
Don't weaken your health by allow allowing
ing allowing yourself to become constipated.
Take a mild, sure laxative. Nyal3
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
Constipation Cured Overnight
A small dose of Po-Do-Lax tonight
and you will enjoy a full, free, eiwy
bowel movement in the morning. No
griping, for Po-Do-Lax is Podophylin
(May Apple) without the "gripe. Po-Do-Lax
corrects the cause of consti constipation
pation constipation by arousing the liver, increas increasing
ing increasing the flow of bile. Bile is nature's
antiseptic in the bowels. With proper
amount of bile, digestion in bowels ia
perfect. No gas, no fermentation, no
constipation. Don't be sick", nervous,
irritable. Get a bottle .of Po-Do-Lax
from your druggist now and cure
your constipation overnight. Ad. 1
Pabst Blue Ribtcn Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful cf ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Flcce. ti
uHrE will put On sale our en en-tire
tire en-tire line of Hen's Sire;
Dais, this season's goods and
the newest styles. Hats that
we have been selling at GJ .50
S2, S2.50 and S3, all go at
Sale Begins Promptly at 9 a. m..
mm aiMw mJ
-and continues until all hats are sold out.
ST .t ' 0
Ocala Coca-Ccic ZnrM..
THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1915
ocala rvt2m;G c
Mr. A. C. Cobb returned yesterday
from a brief business trip to Tampa.
"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is
sold by all the leading grocers. Ask
for it. Eight ounces' for 10c. ; tf
As the fourth of July will come on
Sunday, the banks will observe the
holiday by closing Monday.
Use Nyal's family remedies. All
eo0d good for all. Sold by Annex
Ex-Legislator Light, who was in the
city yesterday, is attending the Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship picnic today. Light -is a
Woodman, and a very stout piece of
VEGETABLES, MILK' AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
Mr. S. E. Fraser, the reliable car in inspector
spector inspector of the A. C. L., and his fami family
ly family have removed into the cottage op opposite
posite opposite Mr. Burnett's residence on
South Second street.
Mosquitoes we have the
chaser The Court Pharmacy.
Edward Mardis and B. A. Davis
leave Sunday night for Ocala, where
they will play in a series of ball
games with the Clearwater club
against the Ocalans. Davis will play
an outfield position while Mardis will
alternate between the field and pitch pitching
ing pitching slab. St. Petersburg Times.
Before going on your vacation, buy
your toilet articles where 'quality
counts. The Court Pharmacy. 4t
The ticket' agent at the Seaboard,
Mr. "Boisseau, has taken it on himself
to keep the time of late trains posted
up on his bulletin board. Yesterday,
he marked up one delayed train, tho it
was only nine minutes ;late. His ac accommodating
commodating accommodating spirit will be greatly ap
preciated,, and the higher officials of
the road should see that it has full
facilities for development.
" Nyal's White Liniment. Use it for
aches and 'pains, bruises and sprains
Sold hy Annex Drug Store. 16-tf
Mr. A. V. Hamill, the conductor on
the Ocala-Wilcox train, is off for a
few days, and his place is being fill
ed by Mr. G.. T. Reynolds, of Lake
On Saturday ana Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Speros Misonlogetes, -an enterpris enterprising
ing enterprising Greek, has made the old eyesore
at the east end of the Ocala House L
over into a very neat little restaurant
and lunch counter, which is an im improvement
provement improvement the public will appreciate.
W. K. Lane, 31, T., PnyslcIan and
8urgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building.
Dr. Earl Lytle of Stanton is enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying a trip of several weeks to Nash Nashville
ville Nashville and New York.
Houses for rent on Daugherty
street, all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to A. G. Gates at Gates Gar Garage,
age, Garage, s 15-tf
Jimmy Whitesides' motto of safety
first failed him yesterday, and he
went through the windshield of an au auto.
to. auto. He is going around today with
his nose tied on, but as cheerful, as
For plumbiiig and electrical work
see II. W. Tucker. Phone 300 i
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-Gt
, On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds- of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Mr. L. 1'allard, one of the enterpris enterprising
ing enterprising farmers of Candler, brought to
the Star' office this morning a small
bagf ull of the celebrated and rather
scarce Iron peas. Mr. Ballard keeps
moving on his farm, and always has
something good coming in.
J AX CISCUiT The Couth's
great cracker. Always fresh;
crisp. J AX BISCUITS BISCUITS-121
121 BISCUITS-121 ether tztla
I .i M
Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of ours. Let tui
your custom we deserve it.-
This report i3 made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov
ernment. Max. Min R.F.
June 30 92 72
Partly, cloudy tonight; local show
OCALA SEED STORE
A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
j Shorts, Hay and Molasses feeds. 65tf
Xll the oldtimers who pass Ballard's
newstand stop to look at the little
stack of bluebacked spellers in front.
The sight of these books brings up
many memories. A bluebacked spell speller,
er, speller, an arithmetic and a testament
made the entire library of many a
strong man who has made a firm,
wide place in the world.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
When tired out and thirsty come to
the Court Pharmacy fountain. 4t
Of Application for Charter
Notice 1a tiereby .given, that we, the
undersigned, will on the 1st day of
July, A. I. 1915, apply to the governor
of the state of Florida, at Tallatvassee
the capital, for letters patent to Issue
under the following' proposed charter.
V. I OADSON.
J. S. LaKOCIIK.
JOS. Ll WIL.KY.
W. P.- WILSON.
DR. I R. Jf AiMPTON,
A. ST. GKO. RICHARDSON".
N. B. LOWE.
COPY OF PROPOSED CHARTER OF
OCALA KNITTING AND MANU MANUFACTURING
FACTURING MANUFACTURING COMPANY
We, the uderslgned, hereby associate
ourselves together for the purpose of
becoming incorporated Tinder, "the laws
of the taite of Florida applicable to
corporations for profit.
The name of this corporation shall
be OOAL.A KNITTING AND MANU MANUFACTURING
FACTURING MANUFACTURING COMPANY, and Its prin principal
cipal principal place of business shall be the city
of Ocala, Ma.rkm county, Florida, but
it may. establish offices -and branches
in such other ptface or places in. the
state or Florida or outside of eaid
state as it &hall deem desirable In the
conduct of Its 'business.
1 ARTICLE II.
The general -nature of the business
to be transacted by .this corporation
1. To manufacture and -market all
kinds of garments;
2. To own, and operate knitting
mills and other T"jetories;
3. To own and operate canning fac factories
tories factories and to market the products;
4. To purchase," own, lease, sell and
dispose of all kinds of real and per personal
sonal personal property of -whatever nature;
5. To lemd and borrow (money, tak
ing and giving therefor such evidence
of indebtedness and security as may
be deemed proper and necessary In the
conduct of its business:
6. To do any and all ithlngs neces
sary for carrying out- the above pur
The amount of capital stock of this
corporation shall be fifty thousand
($50,000) dollars, divided into five thou thousand
sand thousand shares of the par value of ten
($10) dollars each, payable in cash or
property, labor or services, at a just
valuation tbereof to be fixed by the
ooard of directors at a meeting called
for such purposes.
. ARTICLE IV.
The term for which this corporation
shall exist Is ninety-nine years.
The business of this corporation
snail Be conducted by a president, a
vice-president, a secretary and a treas treasurer,
urer, treasurer, and a board of directors com pos posed
ed posed of not leas than seven nor -more
than eleven members; th-e officers shall
oe chosen annually by the stockhold
ers at the annual meeting of this cor
po rati on 4o be "held on the second
Tuesday in January of each year: any
two of fhe above named offices -may
oe nera oy one and the same person
except the offices of president and
vice-president; the following named of
ficers shall conduct the business of
t-his corporation until those elected at
the lirst annual meeting shall qualify
President, George Giles; Vice-President,
F. P. Gadson; Secretary, J, S. La-
Roefhe; Treasurer, J. L. Wiley; Direc
tors.. George Giles, F. P. Gadson, J. L
Wiley. J. (S. LaRoche, Jose P. Giles. W.
P. Wilson, L. R, Hampton, A. St. Geo.
Richardson and N. E. Lowe, and Sup
ertntendent, H. F. Booth.
' ARTICLE VI.
The higliest amount of Indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
shall subject itself 3s fifty thousand
The names and places .of residence
of the subscribers to the capital stock
ani tn-e number or snares or stock sub subscribed
scribed subscribed for by each, are as follows:
Name Residence Shares
George Giles, Ocala, Florida 300
F. P. Gadson, Ocala, Florida. ..... 60
Jos. L. Wiley, Ocala, Florida...... 50
J. S. LaRoche, Ocala, Florida 25
W. P. Wilson, Ooala. Florida 25
Dr. I R. Hampton, Ocala, Florida. 25
A. St. Geo. Richardson, Ocala, Fla. 25
N. E. Lowe, Ocala, Florida 2b
STATE OP FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
On this day personally -came before
me George Giles, F. P. Gadson, J. L.
Wiley. J. S- LaRohe, W. P. Wilson. L.
R. Hampton, A. sSt. Geo. Richardson
and N. K. Lowe, each to me well known
to be the individual described in and
who subscribed their names to the
foregoing artipeles of incorporation, and
each acknowledged to me. each for
himself, that he signed -his name there thereto
to thereto and subscribed for the amount of
capital stock set opposite his name.
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and official ceal. this the
25th day of May, A. D. 1915.
- (Notary Seal) N. C. GEISE.
Notary Public. State of Florida.
My commLssion expires February 11,
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x in -1 1 I
Miss Blakeney Complimented
Miss Martha Blakeney of Little
Rock, Ark., who is a charming visitor
to Ocala, the guest of her aunt, Mrs.
J. M. Gross at the Methodist parson parsonage,
age, parsonage, was the inspiration this morning
for an informal sewing party given by
Miss Sara Gross, who entertained
about thirty friends in her honor.
The guests were entertained on the
broad veranda which was attractively
decorated with jardinieres of sun sunflowers
flowers sunflowers and potted plants. Conversa Conversation
tion Conversation and needle work whiled the first
hour away pleasantly and then addi additional
tional additional pleasure was added by vocal
selections rendered by the guest of
honor, who possesses a voice of ex exquisite
quisite exquisite sweetness. Miss Franklin
Harvey, a vivacious visitor from
South Carolina, cleverly gave several
interesting readings and Miss Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Porter and Miss Marion Long
rendered delightful piano -selections.
As the guests arrived punch was
served them by Miss Cecile Downs and
at twelve o'clock an ice cream course
with crystalized grapefruit peel was
enjoyed. The lovely hostess was as assisted
sisted assisted during the morning by her
mother. and Misses Gladys Martin and
Louise Bouvier in serving.
Enjoying this pretty party charac characterized
terized characterized by informality and utmost
pleasure were Misses Blakeney, Edith
Williams, Nellie Gottlieb, Mae Stein,
Elsie Meade, Ellen Stripling, Sue
Moore, Emma Perry, Blanche Whaley,
Irene Tompkins, Gladys Martin, Nel Nellie
lie Nellie Beckham, Irma Blake, Mamie Ruth
Saunders, Marion and Dorothy Long,
Blair Woodrow, Martha Kate Rentz,
Margaret Jackson, Collie Clark, Mabel
Bachelder,. Lurline Bridges, Ada San
ders, Marie Burnett, Musie Bullock,
Katherine Pyles, Colby, Cecile Downs,
Marguerite Porter, Franklin Harvey,
For her bright little granddaugh granddaughter
ter granddaughter Miss Marie McKean of Tampa,
Mrs. W. S. Bullock entertained at a
matinee party' this afternoon, her
guests including Sidney and Alice
Cullen, Mary Eleanor Anderson, Mar
garet Gerig, Margaret Chace, Nellie
Wallis, Helen Killebrep. Elizabeth
Nelson and Florence Harvey. They
were accompanied by Bliss Alice Bul
lock. "In Grandma Land," by local
talent was witnessed at the Temple,
after which thefmerry crowd went. to
the Court Pharmacy, to. en joy ice
cream, the half hour there concluding
the delightful jarty.
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, Miss Blair
Woodrow and guest, Miss Franklin
Harvey, are up from Lake Weir for a
visit of several days to Miss Martha
Miss Irma Brigance returned to
day from Lake City, where she at
tended the Baptist assembly.
: Mrs. S. P, HpUinrake and Sons, Al
len and Lynne, returned home, yester yesterday
day yesterday from a month's visit with rela
tives in Chicago.
HOJIE PLACE HOTEL,
ORANGE SPRINGS, FLA
The place to; spend ydur vacation
for health, rest and pleasure. White
sulphur water and fine bathing. Miss
Jennie Carter, Orange Springs, Flor
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
ous 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
day, get a bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery, start the treatment at
once. You will be gratified for the re
lief and cure obtained. Ad. 1
For 48 "Little Sweetlings' this week.
R. L. Goodwin, Fort Pierce, Fla
Neuralgia Pains Stopped
You don't need suffer those agoniz agonizing
ing agonizing nerve pains in the face, head, arm,
shoulders, chest and back. Just apply
a few drops of soothing Sloan's Lini
ment; he quietly a few minutes. You
will get such relief and comfort! Life
and the world will look brighter. Get
a bottle today. 3 ounces for 25c, at
all druggists. Penetrates without
rubbing. Adv. 1
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny5 s. U
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 tho back with Cham
berlain's Liniment two or three times
a day. Try it. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
Mclver & MaeKay
UNDERTAKERS and EIIB ALII EES
Fine Caskets stni Burial Ecbes.
D. E. BIcIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Vi'crk Done by Licensed! Em bai bairn
rn bairn ers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. MciVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS
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fet, and bis eyes named. Uecaugnc
his wife by the wrist and pulled ber
I away from her mother.
"Here's one thing you can't explain."
He dropped her wrist, and she stood
waving with half closed eyes, but
there was no mercy In him.. I saw
you rush from a house in a filmy stage
There was. a strained tensity in the
group which surrounded them. John
Moore started to come to hU daughter.
but Ned fiercely wared him back. "It
wa moTlng picture wort. Very well.
But tell me this how could any girl
who could not endure the humiliation
of accepting money from her husband
consent to appear on the street for any
purpose in such a costume T
There wa a deathlike stillness among
them, broken by a wild sobbing from
the little runaway bride.
"Nedr she cried. "Oh. Nedr And
she clung upon his arm. He held coldly
rigid. "Forclve me! You can't know
how I've suffered I You can't know how
I've loathed it all! I was so mistaken,
so wrong! I thought I had such a won wonderful
derful wonderful ideal. When I had achieved my
independence, when I need no longer
look to ypu for money, I was to return
to you. and we were to walk hand In
hand through life in that love which
can be founded only upon mutual re respect,
spect, respect, which asks lore for love and
nothing more. 1 meant our love to be
without a flaw. No man can under understand
stand understand the hurt to a woman when after
marriage she becomes absolutely de dependent
pendent dependent on his charity."
"Why, Junie!" The small, mild volet
of Mrs. Moore, and she stepped for forward
ward forward with deep concern on her gentle
face. "What is all this talk about a
husband's charity 7" And she turned
with wonder to Father Moore. "A hus husband
band husband makes only one gift to his wife,
and that Is at the altar. After that ev everything
erything everything he has Is hers, if people wiK
only remember the marriage service.
Tour ring is a symbol of it. 'With alt
my worldly goods I thee endow.'
Gilbert Blye clutched his black Van Vandyke
dyke Vandyke and looked at the ceiling; then be
"That's a great idea! Ill work it into
the feature r But no one heard him,
There was an audible, sniffle from iris
Blethering, and Tommy Thomas was
looking Intensely sentimental.
"And you, my sonr She turned with
surprising ueveiity on Ned Warner
"Have you forgotten that you prom promised
ised promised to .love, cherish and 'protect my
There was a cry from the little run runaway
away runaway bride and a sob from Ned War Warner
ner Warner as, oblivious to all around them,
they clasped each other in a solemn
embrace .. -,
From that Jovlng clasp the beautiful
wif a of Ned Warner raised a radiantly
happy countenance to her mother.
"And I have no problem," she laugh laughed,
ed, laughed, and. then she cried. And Iris
Blethering and Tommy Thomas sobbed
together and formed a lasting friend friendship.
ship. friendship. And everybody -was happy, in including
cluding including Marie and Officer Dowd. who
had become conscious at the mention
of the marriage service, and Aunt
Debby, who was praising her Redeem
er in an unconsciously audible voice,
And Bouncer, who was leaping and
barking indiscriminately, for the benefit
of everybody and anybody.,
"Where are they ? .. Where are they?"
screeched a shrill voice, and Honoris
Blye burst into the group. ...
Gilbert Blye walked serenely over to
"You may go Lome' to your parrot.
Honoria," he advised her quite happily,
Then there came a cojd somberness In
his black eyes. "You can't Interfere
with -hit hninM h1 Mm
save done ever since we were married,
and you can no longer assume a domi dominance
nance dominance over me with your money." Snd-
ienly the glow returned to his black
eyes, and he looked to June and smiled
his suave smile. "I 'have worked "oat
HERE waa a gay supper party
at the New York cafe that
night. The Blye Stock com
pany entertained their depart-
Ins star and her friends. Ned Warner
sat beside bis happy June. There seem
ed an extra affection touight between
Father and Mother Moure and Bobble
and Iris Uletberlng. aud Tommy Thom
as was the gayest of the gay. The
eyes of the white in ustached Orin Cuu
nlngham twinkled t Incessantly, and
heavy T. J. Edwardi sat with a smile
of Intense satisfaction ou bU thick
Hps. The feature was finished with
out an accident, and the flrst of the
films was One. BotbIe B!etherlug and
Blye took an Instant llklcjr to one an
other. ''The old 'feud was entirely for
They're good rH)I'o. Ned. whisper
ed the happy June. And they were so
good to me!
Ned beamed dowu at June with de delight
light delight in every iaik-vtlun f her voice.
In every turn of her beautiful head, lu
every fieetiug expression of tier lovtl
countenance. In every glance of bet
lustrous eyes. Quite forgotten was all
the tearing strain of These past days:
quite gone were ull bis bitterness si ml
In her wedding gown, whlt-h she h:il
donned ouce again. June was a rUKti
Up rose Gilbert I'.lye at the head ot
the table. In his liand be held n
small shining object. He made wou
derful speech aUut It. a speech full
of wit and sentiment and good, will
and things which made everybody
happy, and with an extraordinary flour flourish
ish flourish of words he presented that watch
to the little runaway bride.
Amid whacking applause the little
runaway bride made n blushing speech
of acceptance: then there was a whls
pered consultation oetween nerseir ana
the deserted groom, begun by a sug suggestion
gestion suggestion from the latter. Then op rose
the beaming Ned Warner aud made a
manly speech, a generous speech, a
speech full of heart bursting happi
ness, and umld great applause be pre presented
sented presented that tlay watch to the dark,
handsome, black Vandyked Gilbert
Then up rose Bobble Bletberlas and
looked at the clock and motioned to
tha bead waller.
Mo Lard Used
. Silver Slice
A Pure White Cake
Devil's Food Cake
KV' VIZ I I A K )J
Would be a good investment, would it not? I
yet I have a better proposition to offer you.
I will sell you a New 5-Rooni
Furthermore I will rent the housa from you" at; c r-rioo that v.ill pay
per cent, on the investment, and when times au.jod it will pay 20 i
Sjf mm mm mmUmmm I J O H
I will sell you a lot at 50 per cent discount. One lot to a castor
offers only hold good until JULY 10!li. Let me show you.
WeU, It's train time." be proudly an announced.
Two of the party looked up hi per perplexity.
plexity. perplexity. Every one else was grinning.
"Goodby. Jnnle. dear!". And lrts
Blethering. Jumping from her chair,
threw her arms around June's neck
and soblnxl happily.
"Uere are your tickets. Ned. called
smiling eyed Father Moore, tossing
over an envelope, and at that moment
the doors of the private dining room
opened, and In marched Aunt Debby
and Marie laden with white ribboned
honeymoon luggage.. June's mother
was at the farewell dinner, and she
smiled with Father Moore at the
thought that the happy couple did not
know that on the back of the Moore car
which was to take them to the railroad
station to finish their uncompleted hon honeymoon
eymoon honeymoon was this legend: "JUST MA li lilt
lt lilt I ED.
Aunt Debby. led the way with the
bride and groom as they started to
Bouncer leaped op as the rice be
gan to shower upon the embarrassed
bride, and Mother Moore leaned far
across and whimpered:
Junle, dear, don't forget your purse
Bids will be received at the meet meeting'
ing' meeting' of the county commissioners July
Ctn, on making copies of plats in ac accordance
cordance accordance with specifications on file in
W. D. Carn, Chairman.
P. H. Nugent, Clerk. 21-13t
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in. a SPOT
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Spanlsli Calxe a
Sour Cream Spice
Golden Snnteam 2
Rich Yellow Cake
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Dunsalov, worth 01 CCD cr
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GTAXDAUD ILULIIOAD OF TY.V. HZ
Tickets Sold July 2nd. Final Limit July 14th. G 1
STEEL SLEEPERS OESniVATH
For Tickets and Reservations call ci
M. R. WILLIAMS,' J. G. KIRELAND,
Ticket Agent, Ocala. Fla. D. P. A., 1
H pRY our Fresh
ii please yoiL
etables in season.
Also fine line of Groceries.
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Yellow Rahin Cr.
Spiced Raisin Cr.!.
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