OCALA, FLORIDA, Fill DAY, JULY 2, 1915
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London,. July 2. There is no indi indication,
cation, indication, of any halt in the Teutonic
sweep northward and eastward from
Lcmberg. Further south the Rus Russians
sians Russians have apparently made a stang
along the Gnila Lipa river, tho the
Teutons report victories in that sec section.
tion. section. However, German observers be-
lieve the Russians are preparing to
WILL STRIKE AT WARSAW
London, July 2. The Teutons are
evidently trying hard to capture War Warsaw.
saw. Warsaw. .-' '. (
GERMANS IN ARGQNNE MADE
Artillery" activity continues in the
Arras region. German gains in the
Argonne are reported.
. A L LI KS MADE A SMA LL AD ADVANCE
VANCE ADVANCE The Anglo-French claim a thousand
yards gain against the Turks in the
TIERCEf, STRUGGLE ON THE
Reports are received from German
sources of desperate fighting along
the Austro-Italian front.
OLD COLORED MAN
; KILLED BY LIGHTNING
During a severe thunder storm just
across the Marion county line in
Alachua county near Evinston yester yesterday
day yesterday about eleven o'clock, Andy Wingd,
an aged colored man, was struck by
lightning and instantly killed. Andy
had been gathering melons on the
place of Mr. L. Miller, and as the rain
came up sought the shelter of a large
pecan tree near the house. He was
busy eating a melon When the bolt
struck the tree with a crash. The
white people in the community say
that Andy- was an exceptionally well
behaved negro and his sudden taking
away was yery much regretted.
PICNIC AT MUD LAKE
Saturday morning, June 19, bright
and early, Mr. Warran Yarborough
and Mr. Joe McDonald, two of the
'most skilled fishermen from Mud
Lake neighborhood, were on the wierd
and picturesque waters of the famous
lake casting their net for the big
speckled perch,5 which abound in great
quantities. At a quarter to eleven
o'clock, they landed their boat at the
picnic grounds with an even hundred
and fifty speckled perch. They were
quickly dressed and ready to be cook cooked,
ed, cooked, which was neatly done by Messrs.
. Oliver Y'arborough, Edison Tucker
and Capron Smith. At 12 o'clock din dinner
ner dinner 'was spread under the giant oaks
of the National Forest. Mr. B. F.
Smith offered up lhaoks and we all
quickly fell to, and such another re repast
past repast as there was. It was fit for any
king to partake of. At a late hour in
the afternoon the jolly crowd all ad adjourned
journed adjourned for home, each one declaring
that they had enjoyed themselves very
much and hoping that, it would not be
"o very long ere they could all assem assemble
ble assemble together again for another such
occasion. Those who attended were
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. Wyatt McDonald and family,
Mrs. Harriet "Holly and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Warren Yarborough, Mrs. R.
D. McDonald, Mrs. Nannie McDonald,
Mrs. Hardy Rainer, Misses Etta Ran Randal,
dal, Randal, Mellie Dudley, Clara Holly and
Messrs. Oliver Yarborough, Edison
Tucker, Frank Tucker, Marion Holly,
Capron Smith and Joe McDonald.
One Who Was There.
A Good Household Salve
Ordinary ailments and injuries are
not of themselves serious, but infec infection
tion infection or low vitality may make them
dangerous. Doiv't neglect a cut, sore,
bruise or hurt because its small. Blood
poison has resulted from a pin-prick
or scratch. For all such ailments
Rucklen's Arnica Salve is excellent. It
protects and heals" the hurt; is an an-'
' an-' i i septic, kills infection and prevents
i;.:igerou3 complications Good for all
skin blemishes, pimples, salt rheum,
crzema. Get an original 2-ounce 25c.
bo from your druggist. Adv. 2
AHE PREPARING TO
BEYOND THEIR OWN FRONTIER
OF THE SEASON
OCALA LOST, BUT THE CONTEST
W AS LIVELY AND INTER INTERESTING
ESTING INTERESTING The game between Starke and Ocala
yesterday resulted in a victory by 2
to 1 for the visiting team. The game,
however, was one of the most inter interesting
esting interesting of the season; in fact, many
well posted fans said it was the best;
and the fact that the home team was
beaten did not prevent them from
thinking they had the worth of their
Everybody was proud of the new
grandstand, and if it had been only
half as large it would have been al al-fhost
fhost al-fhost full. The attendance was the
largest af any game this summer.
As for the gamo, Starke has a Al
team, and while the Ocala boys play played
ed played well, they might have played just
a little better. They have won a
long series of victories, With the in inevitable
evitable inevitable result that it has made them
just the least little bit careless. The
defeat of yesterday wjll brace them
up, and they will be the better for it
when they meet Clearwater next
Following were the line-ups: 4
Ocala: Zewadski, ss; Harris, If;
Batts, rf; Galloway, cf; Davis 2b;
Dewey, 3b; Chazal, lb; Anderson p;
Bullock, c; Dinkins, c.
Starke: Bartley, lb; Chancey, ss;
Beasley, 3b; Baisden, If; Alvarez, 2b;
White, c; Alderman, rf;, Moitt, cf;
Following is the story of the game
by innings:. ,
Starke: Bartley flew out to left,
Chancey sent up a pop fly to short and
Beasley died on a grounder to Ander
Eddie White Had Some Peg
Ocala: Zewadski struck out, Harris
flew out to center, Batts singled and
Galloway was out on a long fly to cen center.
ter. center. Second Inning
Starke: Baisden struck out, Alverez
singled but White-hit into a double
Ocala: Davis singled, Dewey struck
out, Chazal died on a grounder to the
pitcher and Anderson struck out, end ending
ing ending the inning.
t Starke: Alderman struck out; Moitt
went to second when Zewadski jug juggled
gled juggled the ball and threw wild to first.
Hcke struck out. Hartley singled,
scoring Moitt. Chancey drove a fast
one -right over second. Bartley scor scored
ed scored and Chancey was safe at second.
Beasley was out on a grounder to
Ocala: Bullock struck out, Zewad Zewadski
ski Zewadski singled, Harris struck out. Eatts
singled. Galloway ended the inning
with a grounder to pitcher.
HAKE THEIR RETREAT
AND GET READY TO COME
Starke: Baisden singled, Alvarez
tried to bunt but he raised it too high
Chancey and Beasley Held Down Ev-j
erything at Second
and Dewey ran in, caught it and re retired
tired retired the man at first. WTiite was out
on a grounder to second.
. Ocala: Davis singled but was out
trying to steal, Dewey struck out and
Chazal struck out.
Starke: Alderman went out on a
grounder to Anderson. Moitt died on
a grounder to Chazal. Hoke struck
Ocala: Anderson singled but was
forced at second on Bullock's ground grounder.
er. grounder. Bullock was out trying to steal
second. Zewadski grounded out to
Starke: Bartley struck out, Chan
cey was out on a grounder to third;
Bartley flew out to second.
Ocala: Harris struck out; Batts
went out on a fly to second and Gal Galloway
loway Galloway died on a grounder to second.
Starke: Baisden flew out to center,
Alvarez singled but was caught steal steal-ind
ind steal-ind second. White was out on a long
fly to Batts.
Ocala: Davis grounded out to sec second.
ond. second. Dewey and Chazal were out on
flies to short.
Starke: Alderman was out on a
grounder to second. Moitt died on a
roller to short. Hoke struck out.
Ocala: Anderson grounded out. Bul Bullock
lock Bullock surprised everybody with a clean
single over second, but he was sent
down to second and put out. Zewad
ski reached first on an error but Har
ris was out on a grounder to third.
Starke: Bartley and Chancey struck
out, Beasley went out on a grounder
Ocala: Batts was thrown out on a
grounder to short. Galloway .struck
out; Davis tried to start a rally but
was out 6n a grounder to short.
Anderson Drove a Hot One Thru
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OF LB TO ESCAPE PREVEflTS All?
PROTEST FROM AMERICA
Washington, July 2. The tension
over the destruction of the steamer
Armenian, with the loss of a number
of American lives was considerably
relaxed today following, the receipt
of unofficial advices, stating that the
Armenian's captain refused to heed
the German submarine's warning to
If the official reports," which Wash Washington
ington Washington officials are awaiting, confirm
the news dispatches, it is said ho new
cause of complaint is likely to be add added
ed added to the issues pending between Ger Germany
many Germany and the United States.
I1VASI0II OF ALBANIA
BIG FORCE OF GREEKS ADVANCE
Rome, July 2 A dispatch from An An-tivari,
tivari, An-tivari, Montenegro, says two large
bands of green troops are advancing
toward Berat, Albania, occupying vil villages
lages villages along the way. This is the first
indication that Greece intends to
claim a section of Albania.
That a Mobile Man Can Find to
Quench His Thirst
Mobile, Ala., July 2. Mobile for
the second time in the 200 years of
her existence is "dry," due to the pas
sage of the recent prohibition laws by
the Alabama legislature. People as
early as G o'clock Wednesday evening
began to occupy tables at the cafes
and cabarets and the streets were
crowded with people of every class
who marched up and down carrying
away tons of various kinds-of liquors
that were disposed of at auction by
the various liquor dealers throughout
At the principal hotels the crowds
remained until after midnight and on
the stroke of midnight nearly 1,000
men and women were singing: "It's a
Long Way to Pensacola," the Florida
city being the nearest place where li liquor
quor liquor is sold.
A NUISANCE ABATED
Anthony Comstock is No Longer a
Post office Inspector
"New York, July 2. Anthony Com Comstock,
stock, Comstock, whose long service in the sup suppression
pression suppression of vice has made him fa famous,
mous, famous, ceased yesterday to be a Unit United
ed United States postoffice inspector.
The vice crusader held the office for
forty years most of which period he
served without salary Comstock has
exercised personal supervision over
the morals of New York for many
decades, He won some notable vic victories,
tories, victories, but of 'ate years his influence
has waned. It is said the society which
ha3 backed him has stripped him of
most of his support.
FAILED TO CUT A
WAY THRU THE FRENCH
Paris, July 2. The defeat of forty
thousand Germans who attacked the
French lines in the Argonne is re reported.
ported. reported. An official statement reports
that the German losses were heavy.
The troops were operating under the
direction of the crown prince, and it
is believed that he is again trying to
cut his way thrcjf h the French lines.
HAVE NOT BEEN USED
Paris, July 2. Replying to an in interview
terview interview published in the United States
in which Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria
was quoted as saying that fifty per
cent of the shells used by the French
were manufactured in the United
States, the ministry of war gave the
Associated Press the following stated
"Neither now or at any time since
the beginning of the war has the
French artillery made use of any
shells whatsoever manufactured in
the United States."
Mosquitoes we have the only
chaser. The Onrt Pharmacy. 4t
SUBS ARE SH
IN THE CHANNEL AND RAPIDLY
THINNING OUT THE COM COMMERCE
MERCE COMMERCE OF ENGLAND
London, July 2 Five British ves vessels,
sels, vessels, three steamers, one schooner and
one mark were sunk today in German
The steamers were the Inglemore,
Caucausian and Welbury. The crews
of the Inglemore and Caucausian were
landed at Falmouth. The Welbury's
crew is safe.
A German submarine also sank the
British schooner L. C. Tower off Fast Fast-net
net Fast-net today. The submarine later sank
a bark six miles away. The schooner'3
crew was landed at Queenstown."
EXCHANGE IS INCREASING
Mr. A. R. Sandlin, who is in charge
of the Marion county sub-exchange of
the Florida Citrus Exchange, with of offices
fices offices in the M unroe & Chambliss Bank
building, returned last evening from a
trip through northern Marion and sec sections
tions sections of Alachua and Putnam counties.
He is now engaged in making plans
for the handling of the citrus fruit
of the territory surounding Ocala for
members of the Exchange. Quite a
few of the largest growers in the ter territory
ritory territory who have heretofore been pack
ing and shipping their fruits inde
pendent of the exchange have signi signified
fied signified their intention of joining this sea
Mr. Sandlin has been traveling the
state for the past few months in the
interest of the exchange, gathering
data on the coming crop and mak making
ing making arrangements for it3 economical
handling. He reports the crop as
Mr. Sandlin was accompanied on
his last trip by Mr. and Mrs. Harry
L. Borland and son, James, of Citra,
and a representative of the Star. Mr.
Borland is an extensive grower at
Citra and vice president of the Ex
change. He is most enthusiastic in
his work for the organization and
mioses no opportunity to exploit its
many great advantages to the grow
MILLION DOLLARS OFF
Result of the. War Year on American
Washington, July 2. The second
business year of the present adminis administration,
tration, administration, which closed yesterday, show showed
ed showed a $35,8G i,381 deficit, compared with
a surplus for the year ending June 30,
1914, of $34,349;G77.
NEW LEGAL FIRM
Ocala friends have received the fol following
lowing following card from two popular young
men who have recently left this city:
The undersigned beg to announce
that they have formed a co-partnership,
for the general practice of law
in the courts of Florida, under the
firm name of Bullock & Evans, with
offices in the Oliver building, Fort
Julian R. Bullock.
W. I. Evans.
On Saturday ana Monday, 16
pounds cf sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. ti
Bids will be received at the meet meeting
ing meeting of the county commissioners July
Gth, on making copies of plats in ac accordance
cordance accordance with specifications on file in
W. D. Cam, Chairman.
P. II. Nugent, Clerk. 21-13t
Benefited by Chamberlain's Liniment
"Last winter I used Chamberlain's
Liniment for rheumatic pains, stiff stiffness
ness stiffness and soreness of the knees, and
can conscientiously say that I never
used anything that did me so much
good." Edward Craft, Elba, N. Y.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
IS HE A FUGITIVE CfllLIOl FROM 0X108 0 i
; of afIerica?
Washington, July 2. The decision
on the question of extradition of Vic Victorians
torians Victorians Huerta to Mexico rested to today
day today with the state department. The
request was submitted by represen
tatives of the Villa governor of Chi
huahua state. No decision of extra
dition is expected, pending the dispo
sition of the charges against Huerta
at El Paso. ;
CANT GO TO MEXICO FROM THIS
The United States is determined to
keep -Huerta from entering Mexico
from the United States. The'various
departments today are considering
four ways of detaining him. Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Lansing intimated the federal
government could withdraw the
charges of his violating neutrality
and surrender Huerta to the Villa
commander at Juarez. Secretary of
Labor Wilson is considering a plan to
deport Huerta to Spain under the im immigration
migration immigration laws.
General Funston has been ordered
to use the military forces at his
command to prevent Huerta from
crossing the border while out on baiL
The department of justice is gath gathering
ering gathering evidence to prosecute Huerta
under the federal statutes. Secretary
Lansing mentioned that under one
treaty, governors of contiguous states
in Mexico and the United States can
arrange directly for the requisition of
a fugitive from justice.
OBREGON AND VILLA CANT
Galveston, July 2 Official denial of
any peace negotiations in progress or
contemplation between Obregon and
Villa was issued in Vera Cruz today
by General Carranza, according to a
cablegram to the Carranza consulate
It is reported the Zapatistas were
defeated east of Mexico City.
A MURDEROUS TRAIN WRECK
Laredo, Texas, July 2. Three hun hundred
dred hundred Carranza soldiers and their
wives and children were killed and
several hundred injured in the wreck
of a military train near Montemorelos
between Tampico and Monterey, ac according
cording according to an American who arrived
here today from the interior. The ac accident
cident accident occurred ten days ago, he said.
Many in Ocala and thi3 section will
hear with interest of the Witzig-Rob-
erts wedding at Key West. Mr. C. E.
Witzig, the groom to be is a native
of Grahamville and made his home in
this city until about three years ago,
his father, now deceased, bein em employed
ployed employed by the gas company.
The Key West Citizen says:
Mr. and Mrs. Claude IL Roberts an announce
nounce announce the engagement of their
daughter Agatha, to Mr. Carl E. Wit Witzig,
zig, Witzig, the wedding to take place in the
neaj- future. Miss Roberts is one of
Key West's most charming girls and
one who is loved and admired by a
wide circle of friends and acquain acquaintances.
tances. acquaintances. Mr. Witzig is a prominent
young business man, formerly of
Jacksonville, but for the past fifteen
months connected with the local of offices
fices offices of Armour & Co., who during
his residence in Key West has won the
esteem of all who know him. The an announcement
nouncement announcement of their engagement will
be of unusual interest to the many
friends of the young couple, both of
whom are extremely popular among
SEE IIIK KAR3I on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetr jles, milk and eggs. tf
Its prepared from the healing pine
balsam, tar and honey all mixed in a
pleasant, soothing cough syrup called
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. Thousand
have benefited by its u?e no need
your enduring that annoying cough or
risking a dangerous cold- Go to your
dealer, ask for a 23c. original bottle
Dr. Hall's Pine-Tar-Honey, etrt us using
ing using at once rnd get rid of your couc;h
and coli. AdT. 2
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SEE3IS TO BE POLICY OF CHI CHICAGO
CAGO CHICAGO EMPLOYERS TOWARD
I Associated Tress)
Chicago, July 2. Foity-thrca cf
Chicago's largest lumber yard 3 c -.1
sixty-five brick plants closei tc !av.
throwing several thousand men out cf
employment. The establishments an
nounce they will not deliver any bull i i-ing
ing i-ing material until the strike cf-six
teen thousand carpenters is settk-d.
GOING TO HELP THE GREASERS
Washington, July 2 The American
Red Cross relief expedition fcr Mex Mexico
ico Mexico City has passed Pachuca, within
the lines of Carranza ar. J gone to toward
ward toward the "capital, Consul Silliman re reported
ported reported today.
BRIDGIE WEBBER TRIES
TO CLEAR DECKER
Confession of the Gunman is Suspi Suspiciously
ciously Suspiciously Late in Ccrninff
New York, July 2.
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ber, one of the confc- 1 r.ccc-,; '.;
in the Rosenthal murder jh.t, '.
that Charle3 Becker hud ncthlr -.: t u j
with the murder, arccrJin- to II. T.
Marshall, formerly Y.'fcbter's attor attorney,
ney, attorney, today. Sam -Scheppe, a state
witness to corroborate the testimony
of Rose.rVallon and Well-er against
Becker, is quoted Unlay a? faying th.it
he held -the secret to the Becker cure
and is willing to tell Governor Whit Whitman.
man. Whitman. BURDANK
Eurbank, July 1. Crcp3 are grow growing
ing growing fine and everything is ia f.r t
class condition for a good crop th',3
Mr. J. B. Ilaney spent Saturday in
the Brick City.
Mr. M. D. L, Grsh-.n tran:- t- i
busir.c-s in Ocala SaturJuy ur.l
Mrs. F. Rickter end !Tr J. ? h
are on the sick Iht thi-? v,c.hj 'I. '. r
Burbank frienda vih for then Ic-th
a speedy recovery.
Mrs. Dickinson left Friday fcr Kan Kansas
sas Kansas to spend the rummer. She wz i
accompanied by Mrs. p. Taylor ar.d
two daughters, Misses Lottie ar.J
Mr. W. McAnsh left Friday fcr Ti Ti-somia,
somia, Ti-somia, Fla where he has eur- i a
position as foreman of a hr;-? .-. : -..
We all wish Bill success v. i:h Y,U i
Mrs. W. Hicks and dsu-hter Beat Beatrice
rice Beatrice left Monday for Nia-ra V:.)U to
spend the summer.
Mrs. Sarah Tourtellett : -.-.i ?'
day and Tuesday in Occhi';
Mr. J. G. Kitchline, rf L t L
spent a few hours in town T. ly
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Tl,-h-n tr"
anouncing the arrival cf n u 5 j v.," I
son on June 2Cth, at th-. ir I... ri
Palatka. Mrs. Tihman v.-j ;:;
Cecile Mildred Ik-gue, hefer-- hr
riage, of this place. I: .th !Tr. l
Mrs. Tilghmsn have r: f ri-
here who will be ir.tcrt : in th: ir
' Mrs. W. C. F, -j- 1 :
ter, Dorothy, 1 ft c h y ; f-
temoon train f-r I'..' '. ;i to
the r.ev grr--. r- i :
There v. ill lef'.r.' - :
ing at 11 a. n. I'r". i: 1, ; ;
tor will cci.J..'. h :
all attend nr. I f.'.l :M
Mr. Clarence E. Turner currk .! th :
mail Monday as Mr. A! !-tt was !-u-y
working on his fcrrr;.
An TZzty. Fhicnt I.
One cr two Dr. El -nil
with at-.: "t f
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OCALA EVENING STAR FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER & CARROLL; PROPRIETORS
K. R. Carroll, General Manager Port YVLeavengood, Rnsines Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocra, Fla., rwstoffiee as secona clas3 matter.
On year, in advance 15.00
fix months, In advance 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
Og Imonth in advance. 50
One year- la advance i.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance 80
The wife of Jess Willard the, heavy-? military attention and saluted as the
weight champion, is said to be dying, flag went by. It is hardly probable,
of tuberculosis. 'however, that President Wilson will
Hake this as the salute demanded of
If Huerta had not allowed Madero Huerta some months ago. Miami
to be assassinated, he would now prob-; Herald.
ably be president of Mexico, and that ; At 'the same time, it must give
country would be comparatively at ; i Huerta some food for thought to
peace. I realize that he is under the protec-
i tion, as well as the prisoner, of the
The survivors of the Armenian say! nation he was so blatantly defying a
the U-38, -which sunk their ship, is : year ago.
300 feet long, and the most powerful s ; ;
craft of the kind ever seen. America ;
should build a hundred like it. !" BRICK CITY BANKS
Cave the City a Splendid
The refusal of Evelyn Nesbit Thaw In Taking Up Ocala Bonds, They
to go to New York to testify against
her former husband shows that she is
not entirely lacking in a sense of de
cency. It is probable that the auihor- S In raising the money to take up the
ities will compel her to go anyhow, waterworks and severage bonds, the
but her refusal elevated her at least j0cala banks, the Munroe & Chambliss
a little in public opinion.
The American government is con considering
sidering considering taking possession of the big
and Ocala National for $45,000 two
years ago, and the Commercial for
$155,000 this week, have given Ocala
wireless plant at Sayville, L. I. Thisiand Marion county the best sort of an
is the plant by which communication
between the United States and Ger Germany
many Germany is maintained, and government
officials have reason to believe that it
is being used to send messages to
German submarines, thereby violating
neutrality. Another big- plant at!
Tuckerton, N. J., is already under the
control of the government.
advertisement in the eyes of practical
Following are comments from the
Tampa papers, which are always glad
of an opportunity to speak a good
i word for our city:
Tampa Times: Bidding higher than
much larger financial institutions, the
It isn't pleasant for an Amenean to Commercial Bank of Ocala has pur-
hear of his fellow citizens being killed
under any circumstances. However,
the Americans who went on the. Brit British
ish British freighter Armenian, to help in
taking a cargo of mules to England,
went at their own risk, and in thair
death the United States does not ;
seem to have any cause for complaint
against Germany. From all accounts,
the captain of the submarine appears
to have acted within his rights.
chased $145,000 of Ocala improvement
bonds, paying par, with accrued inter interest.
est. interest. That Brick City bunch always
was composed of "live ones."
Tampa Tribune: Ocala has sold its
bond issue of $155,000 to a local con concern
cern concern the Commercial Bank. The
bonds are for waterworks and sew sewerage
erage sewerage and the home bank made the
The money will be at once available
and Ocala will obtain 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
tion capable of handling the transac-
The editorial page of practically
every newspaper that comes to the
Times office has "recently contained a
strong demand for the prosecution of
the men who brought about the fail failure
ure failure of the Florida Life Insurance com
pany, Florida Fire and Casualty In- j tjQm
surance Company and Commercial j
Bank of Jacksonville. They demand j Tampa Times: In competition with
to know what the state -officials are six large financial institutions, in ingoing,
going, ingoing, to. do about it. Well, what? j eluding five of other state and one
Tampa Times. from Jacksonville, the Commercial
Nothing. . Bank of Ocala has just purchased
- ; j $145,000 of the Brick City's improve-
The Times-Union has discovered j ment bonds, paying therefor par, with
two of the meanest people in Florida, j accrued interest. This speaks well, not
One of them is a farmer who took the j only for Ocala, but for the progressive
corn his son had grown in a prize! bank that bought the bonds, thereby
contest and put it in his own crib. The following the example set by other
other is a woman who took. ihe fruit 'large Florida banks in recent years,
and vegetables her daughter had pre-! Ocala is fortunate in the character of
served and canned in the hope of win winning
ning winning a prize and served them' on the
family table when guests were pres present
ent present and never even mentioned the fact
that her daughter had prepared the
its business institutions and its citi citizenship
zenship citizenship generally.
Marion county, of which Ocala is
the capital, is undoubtedly the most
versatile county, agriculturally," in
delicacies. Bronson Times-Democrat. Florida. It not only produces tropical
The T.-U. has their number all j fruits and early "egetables in txbun-right-
Parents who do such things j dance, but is a storehouse for grain
are not only mean but short-sighted.
and other staple products, and has led
all other counties in the matter of
breeding fine cattle, hogs and horses.
The stock farms of the county are as
The Miami Herald reads the war
experts of the American newspapers a
lecture, showing how all their pre- i fine as can be found anywhere, and
dictions have not come to pass, and j years ago the promoters brought in
advising them to be more wary in j livestock of the highest grade for
handing out their prophecy dope in j breeding purposes. The county is par-
future. As the Star hasn't made any
prophecies about the war, except that
it will last eighteen months or more,
it is in condition to applaud the Her
ald's timely advice. In the very nature
ticularly blessed in the fact that it
possesses many farmers of the business-man
Back: in 1905 Marion county won
first prize at the Florida State Fair,
of things, if there is one thing more; held in Tampa, and the development
than another that an American editor j of the county during the decade that
doesn't know about, it is war. i has passed has been truly wonderful.
They're live wires those Ocalans
DEBATE ON COUNTY DIVISION
In St. Petersburg the other day, j and Marion countyites.
they had an election over the question
of granting ; an electric franchise.
There is already one company in St.
Petersburg, and another wanted to
get in. The election resulted in a re refusal
fusal refusal to the new company of a fran franchise
chise franchise by three votes. Judging by
The picnic at Fellowship yesterday
under the auspices of the Fellowship
camp Woodmen cf the World was a
what the St. Petersburg Independent success in. every sense of the word,
says, it doesn't like the "result. It Earlxrin the forenoon people began to
strongly hints that the election Was j arrive not. only from Marion county
decided by the votes of colored men j points, but from the far corners of
who had no property and used little if Levy county, as it had been given
any electricity. wide publicity on account of the de-
- i bates to take place for and against
Mr. C. II. Dame will leave' tonight j the proposed formation of Bloxham
for Orlando, to attend the great; county from a portion of Marion and
Woodmen log-rolling in that city. The i Levy.
log-rolling, which will be attended by The forenoon exercises were given
woodmen from all over South Florida, j over to speeches on fraternity, and
began today, and will last until Sun-1 among the prominent speakers pres pres-day
day pres-day night. Governor Trammell, whojent were Mr. J. S. Bliteh, head consul
is a Woodman himself, will be pres-jof the Florida jurisdiction, Mr. Geo.
ent and deliver the memorial address W. Scofield of Inverness, Mr. J. H.
Sunday. Mr. Dame will deliver the Erin son of Ocala,' and Mr. W. J. Cros Cros-unveiling
unveiling Cros-unveiling address. Every Woodman j by of Citra.
gathering in the state wants Dame,? At one o'clock Mr. Richard W. Er Er-who
who Er-who is one of the best known and vin,Vnsui commander of the Fellows-popular
men in Florida. jship camp, who.-was master of cere-
i 1 monies for the, occasion, announced
ames from Ft. Bliss, where j that diner was reading and waiting. If
f lined for a shori time, J there is .nyvhei e at which a real
V matching the cere- loyal "chopper" is right onto his job
colors at the it is at a picnic feast, and the Fellow Fellow-rd
rd Fellow-rd march- ship 'affair was no exception to the
'"I, the; rule; The good people of the commun--'
'. ity had prepared such a spread as
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE MUNROE AI CHAMBLISS ITIOit BAIIK,
At Ocala in the State of Florida, at the Close of Business Jane 23rd, 1915
a Loans and discounts (notes held in bank)....$
Overdrafts, unsecured, $18.54
c Bonds other than U. S. bonds pledged to se secure
cure secure postal savings deposits
d Bonds, securities pledged as collateral for
state, or other deposits or bills payable
f Securities other than U. S. bonds (not includ including
ing including stocks) owned unpledged
Total bonds, securities, etc
Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve
, Bank $4,800.00
a Less amount unpaid 2,400.00
bAll other stocks, including perium on same..
Banking house, $25,000 4-5 int.; furniture and
fixtures, $3000 4-5 int.
Other real estate owned
Due from Federal Reserve Bank
a Due from approved reserve agents in New
York, Chicago and St. Louis
b Due from approved reserve agents in other re reserve
serve reserve cities ."
Due from banks and bankers (other than includ included
ed included in 8 or 9)
Checks on banks in the same city or town a
a Outside checks and other cash items
b Fractional currency, nickels, and cents
Notes of other national banks
Total coin and certificates
FLORIDA SURE TO
COME TO THE FRONT
1. Capital stock paid in $
2. Surplus fund
3. Undivided profits 22,552.59
Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid 16,363.70
7. Due to banks and bankers (other than included
a Individual deposits subject to check...
b Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days
c Certified checks
d Cashier's checks outstanding
f Postal savings deposits
g State, county, or other municipal deposits se secured
cured secured by item 4d of "Resources"
a Certificates of deposit due on or after 60 days
c Deposits subject to 30 or more days' notice.
12. Other bonds borrowed without furnishing col collateral
lateral collateral security for same
a Other bonds borrowed for which collateral
security was furnished
14. Rediscounts with Federal Reserve bank
a Notes and bills rediscounted
15. Bills payable, including obligations representing
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION, ss:
I, L. P. Wilson, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that
the' above statement is true to the- best of my knowledge and belief.
L. P. WILSON, Cashier.
, Correct Attest:
Subscribed and sworn to before E. L. CARNEY
me this 2nd day of July, 1915. i"IS A nT T
T. D. LANCASTER, JR., Z. C. CHAMBLISS,
(Notary Seal) Notary Public. : 'Directors.
R. S. Carver, who for the last two j
years has been vice president and pen-'
eral manager of the Jacksonville Me-
tropolis, has resigned and will go to ?
Kentucky to attend to business inter-
ests in that state. Before leaving j
Jacksonville, Mr. Carver, who has
been a steady and efficient worker for j
Florida during his stay in the state,
made the following statement: j
"Florida has more to cfFer to the i
home seeker, the live stock raiser,
and the small farmer, than any state
in the Union. Florida can produce
every dollar's worth of her foodstuffs,
and save the millions of dollars she
sends out of the state annually for
food supplies. In addition to that,
she can produce millions of dollars'
worth of staff to ship out of the state.
tivate her lands, and capital to enable
them to make the beginning, and toi
supply them with funds until they!
produce and market their crops. J
"There has been too much attention J
paid to selling real estate, and too
little to developing real estate. The
state has been full of people sellinr
lands, but few people selling lands and
seeing that the sales were to people s
who would utilize the lands purchased,
and make the most out of them,, and
make the lands produce what they
ought to produce. There should be
less attention to selling land, and more
attention to seeing that the land is
"A purely speculative market for
land in any country is worse for the
country than not selling at all, as it
gets prices up to a higher level than
they ought to be, without making the
lands productive. If lands are earning
money, it makes it all the harder to
put people on them to make them
earn money. Florida lands ought to
be. out of the speculative stage, and
in the productive stage.
"But regardless of present condi conditions,
tions, conditions, or past performances in land
speculation, Florida is bound to come
to the front, and being the greatest
undeveloped state in the Union, 13
bound to be the greatest state in the
Union when the country, is fully de developed."
veloped." developed." AUTOMOBILES ON CREDIT
O r-T- : ' '
ard they shov? lh cfTe- cf t:r,r..:.t;.l :.Tt rlar of fcea'.!ach. Wl Wl-che,
che, Wl-che, dizziness, hot f'.ajhcA, i ia bv-er Ilrcbs, piln ia ;rolr,
bearing-down scru ilnz.
Those rymptor-.f ixla-site that J Titrra nc-eI.i Orrworc wrtwrtg tin--
ir.jr. lac of exerrie. ar-i other esmA ha t-n too much icr aalmo-u Z
outside aid mast ta called ups to xetizo a..l trer.lh-
Dr. Pierce's iszvgtHz Proserin!!::::
The Vegetal! a HraeJy for v7o.-Tvn'j I.I3 tS-.t rri;-Ta rvmws c ;
and irritabujty acl rrnovrt clhr cLstresslaj t j n.ptnij due ta OtarbeJ co;
tktas of tha delicate femixiiCO crjar.m.
For ore lorty years !1 has ben used vrlth nir tian s.itlsfact'on by
tho youngr, mitiiie-sgred Rn4 the e'.derly by wives, mothers an j daarhtcrs. 0 1
will f mi itcf great bcnef.t. CoM t-y !ed;cin IValers in tiq-aklcr tai-let furr. t r
send Ur. V. JL I'icrcc, Duflalo, II. W one-ce&t stamps for trial lxx ij rrilL
Bit. rnoRcirs; rjjziADATTV xrxurrs r.cii eontinsi-
tion. rcsrclate tZie liTer, cssa btweU. I-ay ta tsu as uuj.
m u u aa
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they have been noted for as far back
as history reaches.
After the appetite of all had been
appeased, the crowd again gathered
around the speaker's stand to hear the
debate pro and con on county division.
The speakers against division were
Messrs. Frank E. Harris, Alfred Ayer,
L. S. Light and W. J. Crosby of Mar Marion
ion Marion county and Mr. John R. Willis of
Levy. Those speakers favoring the
formation, of Bloxham county, were
Messrs. Jasper N. Willis, Gus A. Mor Morton,
ton, Morton, J. S. Blitch and W. O. Brewer. All
the speakers presented good logical
reasons for the stand they took on the
proposition and all were given a care careful
ful careful hearing.
As there had been no judge ap appointed
pointed appointed to decide the debate, it was
left to the hearers to judge for them themselves
selves themselves of the merits of the presenta presentations
tions presentations made.
The day was one long round of
pleasure to all who were so fortunate
as to be present, and all look forward
to the next date upon which the-Fellowship
Woodmen decide to give a
HE WHO READS MAY RUS
by a year's imprisonment. Their trial,
whether convicted or not (and they
probably won't be) will stir up more
SHOULDN'T ANY OF US
TEAR OUR SHIRTS
,We thought our old friend, J. Fred
de Berry, was dead, but the following
from the Orlando ReporterrStar
shows we have another think coming,
and that J. Fred yet lives to con contribute
tribute contribute to the gaiety of nations:
"We have just discovered what
caused Governor Slaton to commute
Frank's sentence; didn't know it until
Fred de Berry's paper, Sunrise arriv arrived,
ed, arrived, which says: 'Frank Is Safe; Sun Sunrise
rise Sunrise Scores Another: Victory; Leo
Frank, Whom We Asked the Governor
to Commute, Will Not be Hanged.'
Fred also announces in the same issue
of his paper for delegate to the na national
tional national democratic convention in 1916.
Having served fair notice on the peo people
ple people they alone will be to blame if he is
The Fulton county grand jury has
returned indictments- for rioting
against the twenty-six men taken up
by the militia on the Slaton estate a
few nights ago. Among the men is
an uncle of Mary Phagan, the girl
whose murder caused the trouble. It
would have been much better for the
grand jury to have heeded Slaton's
request and let the offenders go. All
the good that can be done in this case
, has been done, unless new evidence is
discovered; and it would be well to
let matters quiet down and the bad
be forgotten as far as possible. The
offense with which the men are
charged is a misdemeanor, punishable
The Orlando Reporter-Star makes
the following remarks on the senator senatorial
ial senatorial situation:
"The Palatka News believes that
Governor Trammell will win in the
race for senator. The News is a warm
admirer of the governor, and will give
him its best support. The Lakeland
Telegram also is in line for the gov governor.
ernor. governor. The Starke Telegraph recently
announced for Nathan Bryan and the
Ocala Star takes the position that the
junior senator should have a second
term. It is assumed that the Tampa
papers will support Perry Wall. It is
certain that the Times will actively
oppose Governor Trammell. The De De-Soto
Soto De-Soto county papers will probably fall
in line for General Gilchrist. None
of the candidates has announced his
platform of principles and those
newspapers that have thus eatly tak taken
en taken a stand have done so on personal
or sectional grounds. The primary is
nearly a year in the future and
ample time will be had for the candi candidates
dates candidates to make their positions on pub public
lic public matters known and for other de developments
velopments developments to take place which might
affect the standing of each. The opin opinion
ion opinion of some is that the governor's en entry
try entry will insure the election of Senator
Bryan by splitting up the vote be between
tween between the South Florida candidates.
While there is a good chance for such
a thing to occur there is no certainty
that this prediction will be verified.
The personal popularity of Governor
Trammell is a factor to be considered,
and the business and family connec connections
tions connections of Perry Wall are not to be
sniffed at. General Gilchrist is gen generally
erally generally not credited with being much in
the race, but even he has strong sup support
port support which may develop unexpectedly
as the campaign progresses."
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 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-?
fered. d&w The Star, Ocala.
TV T O rlTt
1 n is h
Do you want to get the latest
model, most popular medium priced
automobile on easy payments? If so
address Box 164, Ocala, Fla. 1-m.
has no terrors, for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE and a
WATER HEATER. The
cooking and cleaning on
Long Hot Days
are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM HELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bilL
Ocala Gas Company
Now is the time to prepare your yourself
self yourself for the Canning Year, which
may be a hard one. A .few weeks only, left to
can your own Fruits and vegetables that are ohr5,
We can furnish you with Canning Outfits a:;
Size B Farm Canncrs. S 6.00
Size BB Farm Canners . 8.00
No.30 El Flo Canners.... 12.00
We also have the cans, both No. 2 and No.
with Solder Hemmed Caps.
You know it would be fine to have fresh Vc;
etables and fruit all the year round, which is th
case with the Canning process.
" '. Manufactured for the pre--
ff Palm, Reach and Uuck Suits. V
" heated-Ity steam, it can not ;
J The pressure bcin,": direct, r ot '.
ear. Call :,: :
This is our
PIIONF 503 :
For Good Wood j
BIG Load lor $1. :
Vonr Order will have Z
J. L SMOAR j
At Smoak'i Wagoo kbop.
Scuing Circle ITiih
1 s w
Before the stork
arrives there is much
to tallc about. The
comfort cf tho expec expectant
tant expectant mother I the
chief topic Arvl tbera
I sure to be someone
ho ha noi or knows
cf t!.at fp!cn.!II ex ex-terr.il
terr.il ex-terr.il fcch. "Mother's
Friend. It U nppTIefl to the abdominal mus muscles.
cles. muscles. grent!jr ruh!.ed la ami hew a mrwt pro pro-tonwfl
tonwfl pro-tonwfl cTcct a a lubricant. It soothes ths
network cf iserres, enables the ronsole. to
expand natarruly, jtHctcs strain on the llr
jaents anl tlu wti at ease any undue ktra v
on the or-TiM Invrtvc !. And It does this with
r-erfect safctr. Expectant mother thuj gti
through tlie ordeal wit!i cornparatire e.ie anJ
comfort. Knowtr mothers who haTe uje!
"Mother I'riend' fpeak In rlowin? terms ot
the absence of raoniing sickness. ahsence ot
etrain on the l-TaraetLj and a Xreedoa frota
many. other ditresse5.
You can get Mo.era rrlernT at any dm dm-store
store dm-store or they will gladly pet It for you. Write
today to BradSeld KegTUator Co m Lamar
Bldff, Atlanta, Cav for a hI1Jy instructive
took of great value to all expectant mothera.
It contains a Taluahle expectancy clvart, rulej
on diet and L brimful of sujCitions that tM
iromea will appreciate
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More 'and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the citr.
: i"f Mi can r:of wear cr t
Gcsla S learn Lain:
Phone 101 402-101 South ?lz,: ; T
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SAVANNAH $6.50 ). Dr.IIJUrv
COLUMBIA S8.50f ROUND i.
Tickets on sale July 2nd and trains arriving in
noon July Crd. Limited July 14, 1915.
TICKETS GOOD ON ALL REGULAR TRAINS GOING OR RET I
Local Sleeper to Columbia on Train No. 4, July 3rd
JOHN BOISSEAU, a T. A G. Z. PHILLIPS. A
Ocala. Fla. Jac
NEW YORK AND RETURf :
il r il
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom Lcrth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOD ON .V
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER ZUU
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. WENZEL, Florida passenger ag:
Ticket OHlce, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
I While -Star fine Transie? C
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy II::::
2 pnnwp 9nr,
Packing, Storing, Shipping of FVcielit. Furniture, Pianos and
! Ba5rjra!re Service the Best-
S Quality and Price INVESTIGATE.
I COLLIER BEOS., Propria':
PUT YOUR AD IN THE T
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1915
PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
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Only taste our delicious soda once.
again many times and bring
You will come
Why are our drinks "better?"
We use better ingredients.
':r?;4iiti-Moiiopoly- Prag; Store.
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
"WE TAKE CARE"
f v W M '4
Is a Regular uBonaiizaM for Insects.
- They thrive and breed like "wildfire.".. No mat matter
ter matter if your house is screened. Roaches, Moths, Flies
and Mosquitoes will get in. These filthy carriers of
discomfort and disease will give you trouble unless
you combat them. Don't give 'em a chance USE
FEW OLE, that cleanly spray, that peerless house household
hold household disinfectant and insect destroyer.
Is sold in Ocala by
Mclver & Maekay, 0. K. Tea Pot Grocery,
Tydings Drug Co., The Court Pharmacy,
Smith Grocery Co., Ollie Mordis
tmiim C2 ARQ17ARE' 60.
WU01ESALE DISTRlOUTOnS 0T FENOLE PRODUCTSJ
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)
Thought for the Day
J the most enjoyable and added interest
was given the one today for it was
wwr, 1 V T 1. : "
iney are slaves no ier .u ; firgt time several weeks that
For the fallen and the weak. members have met to play.
, Lowe ;were two tables and composing them
; were Hisses Alice Bullock, Marie von l
Miss Dame Entertained for Misses Engelken, Eugenia Fuller, Hope
Dean j Robinson, Hester Dewey, Annie At-
Honoring Misses Helen and Doro-1 Vinson Mrs. Harry Walters and Mrs.
.v, .l.rtPJames Taylor. The prize was a deck
at Brenau College last winter and of and
their first visit to Ocala, the guests M.ss Helen Brown jommg the players
and Mary Harriet Livingston, Miss
following the games
1 sandwiches and ice tea were served.
Lois Dame entertained from 10 to
one o'clock today at a charmingly
appointed auction party, at the at attractive
tractive attractive home of her sister, Mrs. H.
W. Tucker on Oklawaha avenue.
The appointments of the party car carried
ried carried out the Brenau colors, gold and
black. Yellow daisies were lavishly
used, hundreds being clustered in
vases and jardinieres to enhance the
attractiveness of the cool veranda,
where the nine card tables were plac placed,
ed, placed, and the reception hall where
Miss Dame, Misses Dean and the
hostess' step-mother, Mrs. C. II.
Dame, a bride of last month, received
To the delight of all present Miss
Haycraft and Miss Catharine Pyles
rendered several piano and vocal
The tally cards were hand painted
in daisies. For making top score Miss
Gladys Wallis was awarded a pair
of silk hose and to the honorees were
presented crepe de chene handker handkerchiefs.
chiefs. handkerchiefs. The prizes were prettily tied
with yellow ribbons.
At noon the tables were spread
with dainty cloths and a
lunch served, consisting of
time for refreshments. The club
will meet next week with Miss Alice
Mr. and Mrs. R. Lee of Ocala were
arrivals at the Royal yesterday. Mr.
Lee is a hustling real estate dealer of
Marion county and is here on busi business.
ness. business. Tampa Times.
LITTLE GRANDMAS IN
salad, potato chips, wafers, olives,
pickles, sandwiches and ice tea. The
ovely hostess was assisted in enter-
taming and serving Dy ner motner
and sister and Mrs. J. E. Johnson.
Spending the morning around the
card tables with Miss Dame and Miss
es Dean were Misses Martha Kate
Rentz, Blair Woodrow, Franklin Har-
vey, c-atnarine ana fliuarea iryjes,
Stella and Nina Camp, Catharine and
On the afternoon and at night of
July 1st, a company of about fifty of
these little old fashioned people were
at the Temple theater to jfurnish
amusement for a good crowd of their
friends who were gathered there to
greet them, which they did with great
There were several drills by 20
girls dressed in white robes with sash sashes
es sashes of red and blue.
These drills were much enjoyed.
The marching children formed the let letter's
ter's letter's W. C. T. U. and marched in
good time to the music After wind winding
ing winding the white ribbon around the world
in the form of a globe, the old ladies
gathered around the tea table for a
tempting j little gossip, after which someone sug-
chicken j gested that they have a minuet.
Several little gentlemen, dressed in
beautiful Gorge Washington costumes
came in then and removing their
chairs, formed three sets for a minuet
which they performed very creditably.
After another short visit among them themselves
selves themselves and the following songs were
rendered: "Auld Lang Syne," by
Brent Woods; a song by Clara Curry,
and the old time song, I Cannot
Sing the Old Songs." by Gertrude
Mary Harriet Livingston, Marion and j Smith. The Virginia reel was then
Dorothy Long, Emma Perry, Suejcaiied for and the little old ladies and
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I 1 ry
No matter how you like your
roast cooked, you will surely be
satisfied with it if bought here.
Our roasts are fine. We cut
your size carefully.
You know very well that in
buying meat you trust a lot to
the experience and honesty of
the butcher. That's why we
can safely urge you to come
here and let us serve you.
Moore, Ethel Haycraft, Marie Haile.J
Virginia Sistrunk, Elizabeth Davis,
Annie Pope Eagleton, Blanch Whaley,
Margaret Jackson, Theo and "Gladys
Wallis, Elsie Meade, Rexie Todd, Nel-
ie Beckham, Alice Sexton, Mabel
Meffertv May Hall, Sarah Pearl Mar
tin, Ellen Stripling, Margaret Wade,
Musie Bullock and Gladys Martin.
Mr C. S. Cullen and youngest son
Spencer, and her sister, Miss Miriam
Pasteur, leave Monday for a several
weeks' trip through the west. They
will be joined in SanFrancisco by Mr.
Cullen, who left sometime ago for
the northwest on business. Charles
and Ralph Cullen will visit their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Pasteur at Lake Weir, until the re
turn of their parents. Wednesday
Misses Sidney and Alice Cullen will
leave for Tarboro, N. C, to visit rel
atives, accompanying Mrs. H. W.
Henry that far en route to Virginia.
Mrs. Annie Stroud of Williston is
visiting Miss Frances Tarver for a
few days. i
Judge and Mrs. W. S. Bullock and
Miss Alice Bullock will spend several
weeks this summer aboard their
houseboat, cruising in East Florida
waters. The principal destination of
their trip will be Fort Lauderdale, to
visit the youngest son of Judge and
Mrs. Bullock, Mr. Julian Bullock, who
is1 now a practicing attorney in that
growing South Florida town. Today
Mr. Frank Mathews left for Wekiwai
rt X 1- .-1 A l n LAnAUinf I
opnngs lO overiiaui me nuuscwai,
after which he will bring it to Silver
Springs where the party will go
aboard for the extended cruise.
Miss Margaret Taylor will leave
within a fortnight for the west, where
she will spend several weeks attend attending
ing attending the exposition and visiting other
points of interest.
Rev. Louis B. Warren, former pas
tor of the Baptist church, will ar
rive in. the city shortly from Atlanta
to spend a few days. Rev. Warren is a
true disciple of Sir Izaak Walton and
piscatorial trips, a number of which
are now brewing, will be the order of
the day when he arrives.
Mrs. Fulwood and Mis3 Ervin of
Citra. accomDanied bv the former s
nieces. Misses Jessie and May Stand
ley of Bartow, were visitors today.
Mr. "R. F. Flowers and son Mr. Ben
Flowers of St. Petersburg, have con
cluded a visit of several days to Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Durand, leaving in
their car for Atlanta too spend tw
weeks before continuing their trip to
San Francisco to attend the exposi
gentlemen went through with it per
fectly and won much credit for them themselves
selves themselves and those who drilled and
Mrs. D. A. Smith had this enter entertainment
tainment entertainment in charge and deserves the
highest praise for faithful and untir
ing work in drilling these little ones
She was assisted by Mrs. Whitley.
Mrs. Harris McAteer, Mrs. R. L. Car
ter, and Miss Emma Washburn, with
Miss Mabel Aiken as pianist.
Miss Maud Mcintosh gave several
choice selections on the piano and the
juvenile orchestra, composed of Miss
es Cevie Robert, Lyndal Matthews
and Majorie Burnett and Melville Lit
tle and Sam Phillips, furnished some
fine music. -Miss- Lillie Baily also
assisted with the violin music.
This was an enjoyable affair and
brought quite a nat sum into the W.
C. T. U. treasury.
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
, Licensed Embalmers
WILBUR VV. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
ah q p a
We are now arranging for die 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
side, making the package practically
tigh. Each package will contain not
than eight ounces, and the retail price will be TEN CENTS
EACH. These cakes will be flavored with the most popular
flavors used in home cooking, such as Vanilla, Chocolate,
spices, etc., and will contain only the highest grade of Sugar,
Butter and other ingredients necessary to their manufacture.
This will enable you to have your cake fresh from the oven
everyday. "CARTER'S DELICIOUS" cake is strictly a
home product, and with the trade-at-home, spirit that now
prevails every community it will be just what the Ocala pub public
lic public has been looking for. Watch for further annouuecments.
Sold by all the leading grocers.
HORTH Mill ST.,
Just Why We Sneeze.
Sneezing may be due to one of a
number of causes. A bright light will
cause many peop'e to sneeze, as also
the pollen of certain plants, while there
are few people but will sneeze la the
presence of dust. When you have a
cold the sneezing la due to an attempt
by nature to cure you. She is trying
to make you sneeze for the same pur
pose that she wants you to shlrer to
generate heat for warming the blood
and preventing you from taking more
cold to help relieve the cold you have.
For one does not sneeze with his nose.
but with the entire body. During the
act every muscle of the body gives a
"Jump, as It were It goes into a sort of
spasm that warms the entire system.
New York American.
Stale, County end Cily Depository.
"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is
Fold bv all the leadine errocers. Ask
for it. Eight ounces for 10c. tf
Forgot Her Sister.
A woman from a small town. In the
city to do ome shopping, stepped up
to a clerk at the hosiery counter In
one of the department stores.
Say. she said. 1 want to get two
pairs of stockings like my aister from
Kentucky bought here last August.".
I don't know your sister, and t
probably would not remember what
she bought, even if I were acquainted
with her." explained the clerk.
MYou must remember my sister, In-
Hinted the customer. "She Is a little.
heavy set woman. Indianapolis New.
The Du!e Walk.
To meet one In the duke's walk."
This is an invitation to fight a duel
In the vicinity of Uolyrood house.
Scotland, there is a place called the
duke's walk, so called from Its being
the favorite promenade of the Duke
of York, afterward King James il
This walk Is said to have been the
common rendezvous for settling affairs
of honor, as the site of the British
museum was in England.
Compels fill Impurities
To Abandon System
Blood Troubles Can not Re-
'main If Properly
H. MARSH'S MARKET
ho 0. K. Grocery Ocala, Fla.
Put Your Kdi in the Star.
Miss Mary Connor returned to
Gainesville today accompanied by E.
C. Smith, Jr., Sam Phillips, Webster
GUlen, Henry Connor and Miss Maude
Mcintosh and Miss Miriam Connor,
who will assist her in a recital to
Miss Adele Bittinger entertained
delightfully this afternoon the young
ladies auction club. The meetings
with Miss Bittinger are always among
There Is In S. S. S.. the famous blood porl porl-fior.
fior. porl-fior. nronertT that absolutely compels b na
tal influence to disintegrate and lose their
Identity. No matter what they are called
nor how destructlTe they are there In 8. 8.
S. a powerful, searching counter Influence to
annihilate the most eruptire germ, cause
lining to convert it Into an inert
nitn that is auickly thrown out of the
blood and out of the body by the aam. loags,
kidneys, bowels, and destroyed In the UTer.
There is not a slnple advance In medicine
today that In any sense Is an Improvement
SurtrerT Is a wonderful, mas
terful science, but when It cornea to partfyln
the blfKHl R. S. !. stanflf aione. 1 nouaanus oi
doctors have prescribed It. Ttielr patients
do not always know it is S. S. R. because
they leave the treatment to the doctor Im Implicitly.
plicitly. Implicitly. But fair-minded doctors ionic apo
kiiiM that In the Teeetable nature of
S. were certain lnjrredients that to the blood
In nirkness were Just as essential as the fiesh fiesh-btill'iing
btill'iing fiesh-btill'iing elements of the era Ins, meats, fats
and sapara of our daily food. The average
doctor is humane and of trained Intelligence.
He has ieen the recoveries from worst eases
of blood trouble by the use of S. S. S. Get
a bottle of R- S. S. today of any druggist.
Arvmt no substitute. And If you wish
proper advice on any form of blood trouble,
write to the Medical Adviser. The Swift Spe Specific
cific Specific Co.. 102 Swift Bldg Atlanta, Ga. It la
worth while doing so.
"Why are you so crazy to take mud
baths? There's nothing the matter
"It's this way, doctor. I was brought
up in a lace collar and a Fauntleroy
suit. And 1 always vowed that J
would get my share of playing In the
mud some day." Louisville courier
- t Made a Difference.
Bliffert Is always talking about his
love for the plain people."
Well, the other day somebody called
his daughter plain, and be was hotter
than a red headed hornet." Cleveland
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;y?- o ?jA ivVt
Give THEM THE PRESENT THEY LIKE! DONT LET THEIR HC!
EYMOON BECLOUDED BY THOUGHTS OF Uf.'SUITADLE GIFTS.
JEWELRY IS ALWAYS LIKED AND ALWAYS SUITABLE.
WHEN YOU BUY OUR SUPERB JEWELRY. YOU AR E CERTAIN' 1
HAVE THE RIGHT QUALITY AND STYLE. AS.WELL AS PRESENT.
1 VE MAKFZSOUALITY" RIGHT: THEN THE PRICE RIGHTj
A. E. J3URI
QCflLA'S RELIABLE JEWEL
Curious Old Custfm.
In Peru it was once the custom for
domestic servants to have two of their
upper front teetb extracted. Their ai
sence Indicated servitude.
Traveling Man's Experience
"In the summer of 1888 I had a very
severe attack of cholera morbus. Two
physicians worked over me from four
a. m. to t p. m. wiuioui giving me any
relief and then told me they did not
exwet me to live: that I had best tele
graph for my family. Instead of doing
so. I eave the hotel porter nity cents
and told him to buy- me a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, and take no sub
stitute. I took a double dose accord
inz to the directions and went to slee
after the second dose. At five ocloc
the next morning I was called by my
order and took a train for my next
stopping point, a well man but feel feeling
ing feeling rather shaky from the severity of
the attack," writes II. W. Ireland,
Louisville, Ky. Obtainable every
NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT
If you want to purchase a new au
tomobile on easy payments, get the
information by addressing Box 164
Ocala, Fla. 6-19-12t
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR
IWt Unit WmBibJ
- AND RETURN I'KOM
staxi)ari r..n.nAi or Till
Tickets Sold July 2nd. Final Limit July
STEEL SLEEPERS ODSERVATI
For Tickets and Reservations coll ci
1. T WILLIAMS J. G. II IRK LAND,
Ticket Agent, 0a!a, Fla. P. P. A.,
riNEAPPLES, 51. CO
For 43 "Little Sweetlins this v.ce.
R. L. Goodwin, Foii. Pierce, I1a Ijot
isf llzy r.n
When tired out and thir.-iy cen t
the Court Pharmacy fountain, it
OCXLA. EVENING &TAB. FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1915
Mr. R. C. Camp is attending to bus business
iness business affairs in New York.
Don't forget to see the last num number
ber number of "Runaway June' at the Tem Temple
ple Temple .'tonight Beside, there will be
"Andy of the Mounted," an. Essanay
drama, and one of those laughable
Vita graph comics. ;
Use Nyal's lamuy remedies. All
good good for all. Sold by Annex
Drug Store. 16-tf
Mr. John Batts, who since the close
of school has been in Georgia visiting
relatives, has returned home.
Before going on your vacation, buy
your toilet articles where quality
counts. The Court Pharmacy. 4t
W. K. Lane, M. !., Yhjslcten and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat, law Library Building,
Mr. II. A. Kramer is showing his
friends hat "made in Germany" a
century and a half ago. It looks di diminutive
minutive diminutive in comparison with latter
day hats, but a dolichocephalous man
could wear it quite becomingly.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol
lar, s worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
This rep5rt is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov
. . 88
. . 92
Baptism of Fire Greeted
Mr. Harry Mestayer's Entrance
In Motion Picture Plays
Houses for rent on Daugherty
street, all modern conveniences. Ap
ply to A. G. Gates at Gates' Gar
Doctors E. Van and Walter Hood
had a pleasant call yesterday from an
old friend, Mr. A. Peyton Thomas, a
leading druggist and eminent citizen
of Columbus,. Ga., who passed thru on
his .way home from a visit to South
For plumbLig and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300 i
t OK SALE Rountree wardrobe
trunk for traveling purposes; abso absolutely
lutely absolutely new; will sell at a bargain. P.
O. Box 491 or 'phone 517, city. 23-6t
on Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol
lar s worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
tt 1 J t T-k 1 '-mm
carter s uencious'' slice cake is
made clean, sold clean and delivered
clean. Ask' your grocer for Carter's
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
WANTED To borrow $1000 for five
years at 8 per cent interest. Loan
will be secured by mortgage on grove
property on Lake Weir. Address
"Cash," care Star. 2-6t
We are offering a big cut in prices
cn stationery, making room for new
shipment. The Court Pharmacy. 4t
June 26 .. ..92
June 27 94
June 28 91
June 29 .86
June -30 ..92
July 1 88
Fair tonight, Saturday local thun
Harry Mestayer Is one of the most
prominent actors on the American
stage. He has as
roles In many im
portant stage pro-
comes from a line
of theatrical peo
ple. He has writ
ten herewith hi3
leading man in
the Selig Red Sea
play, "The Mil
By HAMT RESTATES.
"Two years ago
if anyone had ap
proached me with
a contract to ap
pear in motion
NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT
If you want to purchase a new au
tomobile on easy payments, get the
pictures I would have turned down the
offer. And yet, like many other actors, I
nave seen the light. The change of
heart was not compulsory, for I came
to realize thaf in motion rfeture of
12 higher class the conscientious actor
has as great an opportunity for
.24 artistic work as on the spoken stage
i considered at some length, too,
before I affiliated permanently with
any motion picture concern, and
I chose the Selig Polyscope company
because of the enviable reputation at
tained by the Selig spectacular produc productions
tions productions and the artistic environments
made possible by the careful super-
mformation by addressing Box 164,1 vision of Mr. William N. Selig.
ucaia, ia. 6-19-12t "When I started to work in "Tht Tim
lionaire Baby in the Chicago studios
MARSIIVILLE of the Selig Polyscope company I was
aiso appearing in the lead in a dra-
Marshville, June 30. Mr. and Mrs. matlc production on the speaking stage
J. R. Hogan spent Sunday as the ,. e e IeadmS theaters in that
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Brinson. J3 ,Ce ?e Unaer ,quite.a
rpv oj i , i"u iuu ah m. um iur several weeKS
The Sunday school was well attend- a wnri-
cA U.f o ) j I By uu ci j muc
.t ay uincers were eiect- of the latter. I was at the studio every
ed for the next quarter. morning at 8:30 and worked stMdllv
iiessrs. tu. t. leuton and James until or 5: SO in the afternoon. Then
Marsh went fishing last Saturday and I rushed downtown and, after a rather
succeeded in catching about 40 pounds hurried supper, sped to the theater in
of nice trout and speckled perch. time to appear on the stage at 8:15.
Messrs. Frank Priest, R. A. Hoiran 11 was Quite an experience to be
and son Roy, the cattle kings of Fort workInS in two characters which were
McCoy, were in this viVinv in cf w luemseive3 so amerent and which
nesday, looking after their cattle in
terests in this section.
Mr. J. N. Brinson was a business i
visitor at Fort McCoy last Friday.
Miss Ruby Jones of Burbank visit
ed her parents here last SundaV.
Mr. L.,B. Marsh and son Jim went!
to Lake Kerr last Wednesday to sur
vey some land in that vicinity.
I am going to that big picnic and
fish fry at Eureka on July 3rd. Are
you ? Better meet me there, so we can J
eat lots of good fish and meet our
to enter the shack. Suddenly, how
ever, the flames leaped up, fanned by
a breeze which suddenly swooped
down on us, and the other player and
myself found that we were within the
four walls of a blazing furnace, the
door having caught fire, too.
"Our first Impulse, naturally, was to
make our escape in the quickest man manner
ner manner possible, but both of us realized
that if we did It would require the
rebuilding of the shack and repeating
of the many efforts we had In getting
the scene to the point we had reached,
so we determined to make an effort to
carry out our parts In the gamest man manner
ner manner possible. We rushed through th
flames to the door and then wrth my
fellow player I staggered through the
door and out in front of the camera,
where we both fell exhausted. When
I saw the picture I easily understood
why the director told us we had done
very well, for the way we both sank to
the ground was realistic in every de detail.
tail. detail. "This scene also called for a rain
effect and the water pouring down
upon us added to our discomfort. This
is merely one incident of the dangers
to which a picture player Is exposed.
I would not have gone through that
much-In ten years on the stage, but
the fact that I now can have my own
home and keep regular hours every
day more than makes up for all.
T presume most of my readers know
that The Millionaire Baby was adapt adapted
ed adapted to the screen from the story bv
Anna Katherine Green, and I am sure
that those who have read the works of
this noted writer will aeree with mn
when I say that her, plots are mora
baffling than those created by any
other writer of the present day. There
were Bcenes in the production where
the slightest Bhow of any kind of emo emotion
tion emotion would have disclosed the denoue
ment and ruined the entire effect of
the picture, so you can Imagine how I
felt at first playing close up to the
camera and having to hold every
muscle of my face tense when I had
been used to being far away from the
audience, with the footlights between
us, where facial expression is a sec secondary
ondary secondary consideration.
This is one of the causes for many
Would be a good investment, would it not ? I think
yet I have a better proposition to offer you.
I will sell you a New 5-Roorn Bungalow, worth $1000 or CI200 f.
Furthermore I will rent the house from you at a price that will pay you
per cent, on the investment, and when times are good it will pay 20 per co:
Mcintosh, June 30. Our town jus
tice, Mr. Tolly Hickson, had the mis misfortune
fortune misfortune to break his arm just above
the wrist cranking Mr. Merrell's car.
We are sorry he met with this acci
dent, but he is very comfortable un
der the circumstances.
Mrs. C. F. Farran will hoTd a pub-
Wacahoota, June 30. Mrs. L. D. lic auction of her household goods and
Smith and children left for their kitchen utensils Saturday afternoon,
home in Jacksonville Friday after ten July 3rd, and expects to leave for
days' visit to Mrs. L. M. Smith. Chicago the first of the week. We are
Light showers come every few days sorry to lose the Farrans and hope
now and help to cool the atmosphere. ere long: they will return to Florida.
Messrs. L. M. SmithT and J. O. Ty- Everything is in readiness for the
son had the misfortune to lose a nice boat races and basket picnic tomor tomor-horse;
horse; tomor-horse; each recently with staggers. row Thursday, at Garrison hammock.
There seems to be quite a lot of horses All that is needed for a perfect day
with it now. I and a good time is not any rain.
Mr. Clarence Smith left Friday fori vuite a few campers are at that
Jacksonville, where he will take afavrite resort, among whom are Dr
commercial and shorthand course at and Mrs. Davis of Irvine and the lat
Drahon s business college. Clarence ter's sister, Mrs. Mclver of Ocala.
is an unusually bright boy and we Mrs. W. M. and Mrs. Joseph I. Gist
feel sure of his success. spent Thursday last at Micanopy, the
Mr. and Mrs. -C. R. Curry and guests of Mrs. Montgomery, Sr. and
daughter Thelma and nephew William Mrs. Dorsey. They also attended the
Curry, attended services at Fleming- W. C. T. U. convention, both morning
ton Sunday and dined with Mr. and ani afternoon, which convened there
Mrs. J. M. Mathews. J Wednesday and Thursday. Miss Re-
Mr. M. R. Beck of Palatka arrived J hecca Gist took them up in her Ford
bunday and is visiting Mr. and Mrs. car.
C.M.Smith. Dr. Walkup returned Sunday from
Mr. Cedrick Smith was a pleasant a two weeks' visit in Kentucky. As a
visitor to Flemmgton Sunday, attend- little side trip he stopped over in
ing services and then was the guest oi Carolina for a day or two. His trip
Mr. Rosco Mathews. did him a great deal of good, judg-
jur. and Mrs. Charles Mixson, Dr. mg from his healthy appearance.
C. G. Mixson, wife and daughter and I Mr. Edwin Montgomery, the voun
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lyles and child- Presbyterian minister of Mcintosh, is
ren of Gainesville were Sunday after- holding a series of meetings, in Mic Mic-noon
noon Mic-noon callers at Mr. C. M. Smith's and anopy this week. He is being assist-
Mr. J. F. Bruton's. led by his father.
Mrs. v. t. bmitn left bunday for a J beyeral carloads of watermelons
visit to her daughter, Mrs. W. J. Ed-j were loaded here this "week. They
wards of Ocala. were of fine size and came off the
Quite a party from here attended Farran farm,
the Sunday school picnic and new Mr. and Mrs. Purdy Richardson
county rally at Sand pond last Thurs- have taken a room at Miss Artie
day.. They were Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Baldwin's for a week's stay. -Mr.
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith and Richardson is salesman for Heinz' 57
son, Mr. C. M. Smith, Mr. M. B. Beck, varieties and is having his vacation.
Mrs. T. N. Smith, Mrs. L. D. Smith Ten days ago he gave a demonstra-
and children and Messrs. Cedric, Clar-Jtion of the many varieties at the Gist
ence and Napoleon Smith. All report! store which proved quite a success.
L l: i : J
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OFFER MO. 2
I will sell you a lot at 50 per cent discount. One lot to
offers only hold good until JULY lOlh. Let me show you.
a customer. Tht
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. lG-tf
COME TO THE 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
826 Central avenue. St. Petersburg
Ha. Mrs. L. P. Butler. 23-tf
Should Try the Refreshing Qualities
Try one of thos frosted
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny s. tl
Nyal's Yhite Liniment. Use it for
aches and pains, bruises and sprains.
Sold f y Annex Orug Store. lG-tf
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM
I LAR LOCAL NEEDS
AUTOMOBILE B A R G A I N For
quick cash sale. One roadster, good
condition; must sell within 48 hours.
Phone or write Auto care Star of
. Phone Your Grocpr for Small Case
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works
l Have Saved Him!"
were presented through such widely
different mediums, and this novelty
relieved the monotony of such a steady
"I will try to tell you some of the in
teresting things which occurred dur
ing the filming of the-big scenes for
The Millionaire Baby The first one
that comes to my mind, andone" which
I will remember for a long, long time,
was a fire scene In which I was sup supposed
posed supposed to rescue another actor, who
was playing the part of my employer,
from a burning building. Our direc director
tor director tried using smokepots, but these
did not give the realistic effect which
he desired, so he determined that the
shack which had been erected in the
large yard of the studio would have to
be burned and that the" two of us who
were to appear in the scene would
have to undertake what is termed by
the players 'a stunt.' In other words,
we would have to run the risk of being
injured for the sake of realism.
"The other player was placed in the
shack and the fire started. The 'busi 'business
ness 'business of my part called for my rushing
into the building and carrying the
other man out through the smoke and
flames and "off the scene. Oil was
sprinkled on various parts of the
shack, but not around the door
through which we were to exit while
I was doing the "rescue." All ap appeared
peared appeared to be going nicely as I made
my way past the camera and started
failures of stage stars when they ap appear
pear appear before the camera. They fail to
realize that everything they do is re recorded
corded recorded by the -camera and that a slip
which might go unnoticed on the stage
will ruin a whole scene in a film drama
and possibly spoil the entire produc production
tion production if it Is not retaken. One of the
most difficult scenes In The Million Millionaire
aire Millionaire Baby' was the one in which the
child Is stolen. The skill of handling
this so as not to 'kill the whole story
depended more upon the men who re retouched
touched retouched the film after the director had
finished with It than upon the players,
and I understand that these men
worked till the wee small hours sev several
eral several nights in succession.
"Had the players who supported me
in this production been other than
they were I do not doubt but what my
lot would have been anything but aa
enjoyable one, but as it was we were
Just like one big family from the very
moment we began work. It was this
perfect team work in the many trying
scenes that gave the film the finished
effect which I am sure will prove a
aengni to audiences wherever it is
shown. I have nothing but praise for
all the players and the director and.
above all, for William N. Selig, the
man who is behind the many splendid
productions presented by hi3 company.
and whose orders to his directors are;
'Make a picture regardless of cost and
make one that they will remember."
FOR RENT Up fctairs ccr.;!?tmg of
four rooms furnished for housekeep
ing; light and water, $8 per month.
Phone S82. 28-3 1
POSITION WANTED By a young
white woman either as children's
nurse or as chambermaid in hotel tr
private home. Anyone needing such
a person will please call at Star office
or phone 51. tf dh
WANTED A first class turpentine
woodsman, married but without chil children.
dren. children. Must be strictly sober and a
hustler, willing to work for small sal
ary. Apply Fairfield Naval Stores Co.,
Fairfield, Fla. 23-12t i
Nature and science combine to make it so. Errry precaution r
protect it from contamination while it gie throush the procef i
suit in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with thj crnxi ice of .r
hre your custom e deserve It.
FOR RENT Five-room cottage with
modern conveniences, gas, electricity,
baths, etc Apply to Mrs. Jake Brown,
North Tuscawilla street, or phone
T s i r w .
run itri. upstairs consisting o
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
a fine time.
Diarrhoea Quickly Cured
Mr. and Mrs. Parks of St. Angus
tine, are visiting Mrs. Ida Walkup
Christian and Neal did rot go to
"About two years ago I had a se-1 Leesburg this week to buy melons be-
attack of diarrhoea which lastedjeause they are kept busy around in
- a week," writes W. C. Jonesjthis section.
"I hwsiniA ro wfflk that
1 upright. A druggist! lieauty More Than Skin Deep
TTiberlain s Colic,
Remedy. Thej A beautiful woman alwavs has cood
within two! digestion. If your digestion is faulty.
"umm-i vuauiireuam a jl autt: will uu VOU
jrooa. UDtainaDie everywhere- Adv.
AS A NUTRITIVE TONIC
Tired, Aching Muscles Relieved
TT J 1.
iiaru worK, over-exertion, mean
stiff, sore muscles. Sloan's Liniment
lightly applied, a little quiet, and your
soreness disappears like magic. "Noth-
One that contains the proper amount
of hypophosphites of iron, quinine and
strychnine, as a good tonic and for
the upbuildinjr of all forms of cpn-
eral debility. ORION IIYPOPITOS- ing ever heIPd like Your Sloan's Lin
PIIITES COMPOUND has no equal, j iment 1 cafl never thank you enough,"
Three ounces 25c.; full pint $1.. Dis-h165 cne grateful user. Stops suffer-
tributed by Anti-Mononolv Tnn ,n n-ches and pains. An excellent
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR
j counter-irritant, better and cleaner
than mustard. All druggists, 2oc. Get
a bottle today.' Penetrates without
rubbing. Adv. 2
FOR RENT'wVll located and nlcelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
nousekeeping. Inquire at the Co
ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with board at special sum
mer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton Ilouse. 19-1 mo.
ruu hli inree or lour rooms
furnished for light housekeeping, or
will rent the whole house of seven
rooms with every modern convenience
furniihed, very reasonable. Phone 494.
P. A. Durand. 614 E. Adams St.
FOR RENT Eight room- residence
on Oklawaha, two blocks east of A. d
L. railroad; all modern conveniences;
house in good repair; can give imme
diate possession. Rent reasonable.
Apply to Mrs. O. T. Green, telephone
No. 283. 21-t
ROOM AND BATH 1 OR A DOLLAR
V OCALA. FLORIDA
RATESGzSr- 75c to $1.50 KO IZZZ
Dining Room with Moderate prices
Room Without Bath 75c.
Running: Water in Every Room in the Ho
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LOUIS PJ. LONG, .Prop.
The only Hotel on the Square
ROOM AND RATH FOR A DOLLAR
Mclver & 'MacKav
UNDERTAKERS and EUBAUIEES
Fine Casels and Corial Ecies.
D. E. McIVFR and C V. ROBERTS
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