The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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University of Florida
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OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1915
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(Special from the Clearwater Sun to the Star)
CLEARWATER, JULY 3, 12:31 P. M. -J. J- Mendenhall a prominent
lumber merchant and fruit grower, is under 3rrest charged with shooting
to death Mrs, Elliott and daughter, Miss Andrews, of Tampa, on a lonely
ro;;d just eft the main road on the paved highway to Tampa. After-
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wards he set fire to the bodies and burned them to a crisp.
It is claimed that what 4s left of the bodies is at the undertaker's shop
here. yy '-.;?:'-..-;-V r,C' f '"?. l'y--: .'
It is claimed Mrs. Elliot was to have Mendenhall arrested under the
white slave act for living with her daughter.
Guy Sternple, a chauffeur, makes the charges against Mcndenhall.
.Mrs. Mendenhall is very low from the shock.
There is a sensation; the town is filling with newspaper correspondents.'-;'
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Jftntlenhall declares his innocence. He came home at midnight and
went to bed. He was arrested at day break.. A bloody shirt was found in

a ptove at his. home.

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CZAR'S SUBL1ARII1ES ALSO PLAYED HAVOC .WITH TUHKIS
SHIPS III THE BLACK SEA

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LAND HAS PASSED AWAY

MENDENHALL WELL KNOWN IN
;OCALA
Major and Mrs. R. A. Gre,en went
to Cleanvater this afternoon. Major
Green received a telegram this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from Mr. Bruce Martin of
Cleanvater, informing- him that his
brother-in-law, J. J. Mendenhall; was
in serious trouble. Major Green lost
no time in going to .his friend's aid.
Major Green said to a Star reporter
just before leaving that J. J. Men Men-denhall
denhall Men-denhall was one of his best friends.
He is one of the most honorable and
best liked men; that he has the finest
home, wife and daughter in Clear Clearwater.
water. Clearwater. That they were in business
together for a gopd many years until
a couple of years ago, when they dis dissolved.
solved. dissolved. Major Green said he knew
nothing of the particulars of the
charge against Mr.' Mendenhall, but
he was reluctant to believe the- tele telegraphic
graphic telegraphic reports and he felt that there
was a mistake somewhere.

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THE FAIR

Industrious and Energetic Meeting of
OHicers of the Association
The executive committee and sec secretaries
retaries secretaries of the Marion County Fair
Association held an enthusiastic
meeting Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock

at their office in the Holder block.
Many important matters pertaining
tc the economical management and
financial interests of the association
were brought before the board.
Plans were made whereby the com committee
mittee committee hopes to be able ; to aid the
publicity committee in its work of
bringing the fair before the people of
the entire surrounding country, and
the fact that this year the Max-ion
County Fair is going to be the big biggest
gest biggest aad best ever. Let everybody
talk fair.

EXPLOSION DID CONSIDERABLE
DAMAGE IN SENATE WING OF
THE CAPITOL AT WASHING WASHINGTON,
TON, WASHINGTON, LAST EVENING.

' (Associated Press)
Paris, July 3. General Porfirio
Diaz, former president of Mexico, died
last night,, his wife, son, Porfirio, Jr.,
being at his bedside when the end
came.
The family haven't determined on
the funeral arrangements. Death
was due to a complication of diseases
and advanced age.

BAND CONCERT ;
. MONDAY AFTERNOON
The' band will give its first open
air concert of the season beginning
promptly at 2:30 o'clock Monday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at the band stand in the court
house square. -.

(Associated Press)
Washington, July 3. A rigid inves investigation
tigation investigation is on today, to determine the
cause of the explosion late last night,
which wrecked the reception room on
the Senate side cf the- capitol. It
is generally believed that the explo explosion
sion explosion was caused by a bomb, or infern infernal
al infernal machine, set by crank waiting to
create a sensation.
The explosion occured in the re reception
ception reception room of the second floor of
the building, which is next to the of office
fice office of the sergeant at arms. The
doors of the rooms in that part of the
building were blown out. No one is
known to have been hurt.
THE WORK OF ANOTHER PEACE
CRANK
The Washington Times today re received
ceived received a letter dated June 1st and

signed by R. Pearce, announcing the
explosion would occur. It said, "The
explosion will be the exclamation
point to rny appeal for peace."

TRYING TO BLOCK
THE WAY

TO TRIESTE

Austrians Meet Italian Invasion with
Fierce Assaults
Rome, July H. Desperate righting
xs in progress around Gorizia on the
Ironzo river where the Italians are

struggling to open the way to Trieste.

Italians dominate the, western heights
but the Austrians are vigorously at attacking
tacking attacking in an effort to dislodge them.
Their attacks so far have been re-

-pulst-d. The Austrian.-? aie Io?ing

hc-avilv.

THRU WITH THE WHOLE THING

Passaic, N. J., July 3. Bridgie
Webber, at his home here last night,
denied that he had given II. T. Mar Marshall,
shall, Marshall, his former attorney, any infor information
mation information regarding Charles Becker. "I
told my whole story at the two trials,"
said Webber, "and I am through with
the whole thing."

HOLIDAY NOTICE

Monday, June 5th, being a legal
holiday, the postofiice will close at 10
o'clock. a. m. City letter carriers will
make one delivery in the morning.
All mails will be boxed and dispatch dispatched
ed dispatched as usual. R. F. Rogers, P. M.

WILL KNOTT WOULD
SAFEGUARD PEOPLE'S SHEKELS
For many years Comptroller W. V.
Knott has urged the passage of laws
that would throw greater safeguards
around state banks and other institu institutions.
tions. institutions. The last legislature passed
meritorious legislation in this regard.
5V. V. Knott, quite modest, faithful,
will naturally be attacked by some
people who in every campaign resort
to mud. This, however, will have no
direct effect on Mr. Knott, who is too
well known throughout Florida to be
injured by such methods. No man in

Florida- has proved more efficient or
faithful in public office no man
stands higher in the esteem of r the
people no man is better qualified to
fill the position of governor."
From every county comes the news
of the increasing strength of Will
Knott, as he is. called by his thousands
of. friends. He will make a clean cam campaign
paign campaign he could make no other and
attacks upon him will not come from
that, class-of politicians whose meth

ods are fully understood by the demo democrats
crats democrats of Florida. Dixie.

Petrograd, July 3 The Russian ad admiralty
miralty admiralty official statement today says
a Russian squadron in the Baltic
battled with five German cruisers
and a flotilla of torpedo boats off the
coast of Gothland July 2nd. It states
that one German cruiser was beach beached
ed beached and the other warships fled. The
damage to the Russian cruisers was

insignificant.

SUB CHASING TURKISH SHIPS
Another statement says a Russian
submarine in the Black Sea sunk two
Turkish steamers and one sailing ves vessel
sel vessel and exchanged shots with three
armored cruisers off the mouth of the
Bosphorus, driving them ashore.

SLAVS

CAN FIGHT
THE SEA

SOME ON

London, July 3.' A naval battle oc occurred
curred occurred yesterday off the coast of the
Island of Gothland, ; according to a
dispatch from Renter's Stockholm
correspondent. The German mine minelayer
layer minelayer Albatross was chased by four
Russian cruisers and fan aground
to escape cauture. Twenty-one mem members
bers members of the mine-layer's crew were
killed and twenty-seven wounded.

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Copenhagen, July 3. The German
battleship Wittelsbach badly damag damaged
ed damaged and a battleship of the kaiser class
with many shots below the water
line, sustained from the battle in the
Baltic, have returned to Kiel. The
Polikten's Petrograd correspondent
says that the German, torpedo boat
and cruiser Magdeburg were sunk at
Windau.
SUNK A BELGIAN STEAMER
London, July 3. rThe Belgian
steamer Boquoquat was sunk today
by a German submarine. The crew
was landed at Falmouth..

AN ANNUAL EVENT

PUSHED THEIR WAY
THROUGH THE PASSES

VILL MAKE BUDGET MONDAY
The board of public instruction will
hold a ypecial meeting1 Monday to
rnrke up a budget of expenses for the
year to present to the board of eoun eoun-ty
ty eoun-ty commissioners at their meeting
Tnesday. The regular meeting of
the board will he held Tuesday as
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London, July 3. Through .passes
5,000 feet in altitude the Italians
have entered the Austrian territory
south of Riva on the western side of
Lake Garda. They are now within six
miles of Riva, which is the only im important
portant important town on this lake.

Globe-Weinic!;e fafos and cabinets
The Murray Company. Ct

Benefited by Chamberlain's Liniment

"Last winter I used Chamberlain's
Liniment for rheumatic pains, stiff

Excursion to Valdosta, Macon and
Atlanta by G. S. & F.
The annual personally conducted
excursion to Valdosta, Macon and At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta over the Georgia Southern &
Florida Railway will be operated on
Monday, July 12.
The round trip rate from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to Valdosta will be $2, to Macon
$4 and to Atlanta $6. The rate from

Hampton to Valdosta will be $2.25,

to Macon $1.50, to Atlanta $6.50;

from Palatka to Valdosta $2.50, to

Macon $4.50 and to Atlanta $6.50.

Tickets will be honored going on spe special
cial special 8 a. m. train and on regular 7:40

p. m. train and will be good return returning
ing returning on any regular train up to and

including Saturday, July 17.

The special train leaves Jackson

ville at 8 a. m. This train will carry
buffet Pullman cars for those desir desiring
ing desiring such accommodations, and will
run on a fast schedule, making only
one or two stops to pick up additional

passengers, and arriving Valdosta at

11:15 a. m., Macon 4:30 p. m., and At

lanta 7:45 p. m. Excursion tickets
will be honored also on regular train
leaving Jacksonville at 7:40 p. m.,
and arriving Valdosta 10:57 p. m.,
Macon 4:24 a. m. and Atlanta 7:40 a.
m. This train will be provided with
extra coaches and sleepers for Macon
and Atlanta.
Arrangements have been, made to
have plenty of refreshments on board
and the usual amount of baggage
may.be checked.

ne?s and soreness of the knees, and
can conscientiously say that I never
used anvthing th?t did me so much
irood." Edward Craft, Elba, N. Y.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.

A GREAT EVENT

FORMAL DEDICATION OF THE

NEW, GRAND STAND AT
HUNTER PARK MONDAY
AFTERNOON
. The new grand stand at Hunter
Park will be formally dedicated and
thrown open to the ball fans Monday
afternoon just before the game be
gin.
Beside the usual small pennants,
steamers and bunting that will dec decorate
orate decorate the building on that occasion,
the pennant of the Ocala Athletic As Association
sociation Association and that of Hunter Park
will occupy prominent positions on
thevfiag poles with the American flag.
All Ocala is proud of the new
grandstand at Hunter Parte, and it is

only fair to presume that tne games

will be better attended now that
there are comfortable seats and an
abundance of protection in case or

rain. Both of these are absolutely
necessary to the full enjoyment of the

game. "., v .

While the Ocala boys played their
series with the Clearwater club last
season nearly all the business houses

closed their doors between 3 and 5:30
so as to enable the employes to at

tend the games. All of the Ocala

business people will not adopt this
plan this year, but it is understood

that quite a few have signified their

willingness to do so.

Everybody turn out Monday and be

on hand at the unfurling of the offi

cial flags of Hunter Park and show
Manager Hunter that his efforts in
giving us a first class ball field are ap

preciated.
WATER FIGHT SURE

The firemen have made all prepar

ation for the water fight, to precede

the ball game, on the square Monday

Beauty More Than Skin Deep
A beautiful woman always has good
digestion. If your digestion is faulty,
Chamberlain's Tablets will do you
good. Obtainable everywhere. Adv.

at 3 p. m.

NOTICE

I will take a class in sewing begin beginning
ning beginning the 11th at my home at 4Z9 Ok-

lawaha avenue. 3-Ct Miss Wilson.

We are offering a big cut in prices
cn stationery, making 'room for new
shipment. The Court Pharmacy. 4t

British Submarine that Penetrated
Dardanelles and Reached
the Bosphorus
London, July 3. The Chronicle
publishes the following account by
one of the crew of the exploit of the
British submarine E-ll for which
Lieut.-Commander Nasmith received
the Victoria Cross and each rof his
men the Distinguished Conduct Medal.
"We left Imbros one morning about
3 o'clock and steamed toward the
Dardanelles and dived as day was
breaking, and well, got through the
Narrows all right, arrived on the
other side and saw two battleships.
We were getting ready to torpedo one

of them when they spotted us, opened

fire on us and nipped, bunked and ran
away. : .-.-'.

The First "Tin Fish"
'We then journeyed on for a mile or

two and then went to the bottom and
rested until about 8 p. m., when we
came up. It. was dusk, so we looked
around. Nothing in sight. We broke

the surface and entered the Sea of
Marmora .and humped around for a

few days without sighting a thing un

til -Sunday morning, when we were
diving outside of Constantinople and
saw a big y gunboat,' and at 0:25 we
gave her a 'tin fish. By 0:30 she was

no more; but before she sank, while
she was listing over, they opened fire

on us. The second shot hit our peri

scope and done it in. That gunner
must have been a cool card, eh?

'On Monday we sighted a steamer.

came to the surface alongside her and

told her to stop. She stopped, and

the men were so anxious to get clear

that one boat capsized. No lives
were lost. There was a Yankee cor correspondent
respondent correspondent aboard who tried to bluff;
no good though, 'cos an officer and
two men boarded her and discovered
she had a G-inch gun, several gun

countings and ammunition aboard so

we blew her up. In a few minutes we

sighted another steamer and told her
to stop. She wouldn't. We chased

her into the harbor, and when she

was securing alongside a pier we tor torpedoed
pedoed torpedoed her.

A Brush with Cavalry
"Soon after we sighted- another
steamer and chased her till she ran
ashore. We were about to board her
when some cavalry came up and open opened
ed opened fire. We replied and dropped a
few, and then dipped and torpedoed
the ship.
"The next day (Tuesday) our skip skipper
per skipper decided on entering Constanti Constantinople.
nople. Constantinople. To make a long story short,
we got into the harbor without mis mishap,
hap, mishap, and fired two torpedoes, one of
which sank a transport loaded with
troops, and the other exploded on
shore somewhere. We learned after afterwards
wards afterwards that it cauesd some panic. The
troops refused to go on another trans transport,
port, transport, the shops closed and people ran
up the hills In fact, it caused an up uproar
roar uproar for a time.
"The following Friday morning we
saw five transports escorted by de destroyers.
stroyers. destroyers. We banged the first and
biggest one, which sank in about
three minutes.
"A few days later we went back to
our old corner where we sank those
other, three, and caught a supply ship
napping.
A Farewell Smack
"A few days afterward we tor torpedoed
pedoed torpedoed a German transport, and then
we got no more blood for a time until
last Monday morning. On our way
back, just before entering the Nar Narrows,
rows, Narrows, we. sank another transport.
That was our farewell smack.
"We broke surface that evening.

We found a. mine hanging over our
bows. We chucked it off as quick as

possible. Then our escort came up
and gave us three cheers, and off we
went.
"When we entered the harbor it

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was dark. Had it been daylight the
admiral would have made us steam

around the fleet. All the ships we

passed, as we were .making for the

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WILL BE AT ONCE ISSUED

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.Petrograd, July 3. The

journal today, publishes an imperial
edict, authorizing the Russian finance
minister to make two issues of treas treasury
ury treasury obligations of $250,000,000 each,
the issues to be five per cent Khort
term notesf

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BANKS WILL OBSERVE
;'" HOLIDAY MONDAY

All the Ocala banks will be eloped
Monday,' in observance of the .fourth.

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 ia the

rre.-s on which -all' of our book, cir

cular and pamphlet work is being!

done. Price, $250, loaded on car at
Ocala. Delivery must be made when
new press is in?talled, sometime be between
tween between July 1st and 10th. If interest interested
ed interested communicate with us at once. Yon
will not again have such a bargain of offered.
fered. offered. d&w The Star, Ocala.

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HERE AT IIOM'E

Ocala Citizens Gladly Testify '. and

Confidently Recommend Doan's
Kidney Pills
It- is testimony like the following
that has placed Doan's" Kidney Pills
so far above competitors. When peo people
ple people righC here at .home raise their
voice in praise there is no room left
for" doubt. Read the public state statement
ment statement of an Ocala citizen:
C. C. ""French, carpenter, 103 W.
Sanchez St," -Ocala, gaya: Dean's
Kidney Pills did me more good "than
anything else I ever' used. I had
been having attacks of backache an l
trouble with .rny kidneys .'for ?orae
time. It made me feel miserable an.l
run down In health!' As soon as I
used Doans Kidney PiSia, I rot' re relief
lief relief and I have relied ion the remedy
ever since.
Price 50c, at 'all dealers. Don't
elmply -ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the tame
that Mr. French had. -Foster Mllburn
Co., Props., Buffalo N. Y. "' AdJS'
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made clean, sold clean and deliv? rc i
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OC ALA EVENEN'fc STAB SATURDAY, JULY 2. 19 V.

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

. "bITTINGEB & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS.
II. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor

Entered at Ocala, Ha., postofSce as second class matter
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make both affairs a success, provided!

only one thins i3 attended to. Alachua
and Marion countie3 have fairs, which
will occur from the middle to the
end of November. If Jacksonville
and Tampa have their fairs on dates
that do not conflict with these two

home occasions, we will boost them
all we can if they run in their events
at a time to blanket ours, they need
expect no help from us.

AVOID CONTAGION.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
One year, in advance $5.00
"tlx monUis, in advance 2.50
rhree months. In advance... 1.25
On month, in advance. . . -50

There is no policy that can excuse
injustice.
There is not any more toothsome
and nourishing food than roastL-g
cars, and they are .numerous in Mar Marion
ion Marion county this year.

No furs will come out of Rus

sia for this winter's wearing. The
czar will need all the furs for his

men on the firing lines. Consequent Consequent-Iv'
Iv' Consequent-Iv' the hunters and trappers of the

Canadian northwest will have a bet

ter market for their, wares.

(Foreign)

One year- in advance $4.00
Six months. In advance 4-25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in -advance . .80

and use them in their constant jour

neys to alleviate suffering? Let every

man count up the list of auto owners

hejbnows, and figure how many use
them for business and how many for

pleasure. Also, does not every auto
owner pay a special tax upon his car,

which goes to help make up the gen

eral revenue. If autoes are an argu

ment for carving up Marion county,
Mr. Willis and one of his aristocratic

friends from Williston came over to

Ocala in an auto a few days ago. If
they had been true friends of the peo-

r,To ihov would have walked, or ur&de

"

and tied on a mule.

A SUGGESTION

FROM MAJOR IZLAR fected.

Get th Health Hitory of a House Be Before
fore Before You Move Into It.
To thos Intending to buy or move
Into a Lou.se that u.is LcfU x-cuiil
the foliowing udvke H oli'ert-d bv tLe
Woman's Hume Companion:
Guard your family from cut-iius
disease germs lit the uew linnet, it
has Uvn proved that tbouaiU.s of iu
berculosLj and scarlet fever -ae an an-nually
nually an-nually are the retu2t of uiuvia into

houses which have not btii ui:u-

MACHINE GUNS,

Thee

The Colt Fire Arms Co. says that
12 per cent of the goods it has manu manufactured
factured manufactured since the war began have
been sold to the Germans. Up to the
time that Italy cut off communica communication,
tion, communication, there was a constant stream of

American arms and ammunition go

ing thru that country and Switzer
land to Germany and Austria.

Three

CORPORAL CROMPTON WON

THE DAVIDSON MEDAL

Mr. Editor: As the grandfather
clause has been emasculated, strangu strangulated
lated strangulated and decapitated by the Supreme
Court of the United States, I am

handing you herewith a frame-work

or basis for a franchise amendment
to the constitution, which I feel sure

that no court in the land can legal

ly and logically point out where it
conflicts with any point on the barb-

l.wirp entanglements of the XIV

and XV amendments to the U. S. Con

stitution. I never did think much of

tho m-andfather mixture. mere

were too many flies in the ointment.

Too many joints in the harness

through which the point of a spear,

or even an arrow drawn at a venture

could find an open way to its vitals

The shabbily dressed old fellow had

his day, but his years were few and

now it i3 written of him "and he slep

with his fathers." May his sleep be

A his rest unbroken in his

windowless chamber under the shadow
of the clouds!

The plan I herewith submit 13 no

irtnhf rn to ome criticism, and

some debatable objections may be
mao in snmp of its features, but re-

"Secure the 'health history of the

house you exiect to buy or rei;t- It

will be supplied by your tH.urdof

health, your health f3cer or any phy physician
sician physician who practices In your town. If

It has housed a tuberculoid patient
don't take that house: fiud another.

-No matter what the 'health l.i-mry

of the house, have the plumbing exam

ined,, the drains Hushed ami the entire

bouso disinfected.
"If the walls are to he repapcrod
have the old paper removed.
"Do not move luto any house where
the cellar baa been tloded nud In
moldy.
"In towns where there la neither city
water nor sewerage system make sure
that the well and the ces-spool are wide widely
ly widely separated.

months ago, the people of

this county feared their tomato crop

was ruined. Now tomatoes are so
nlentiful that they sell for 15 cents

a basket. The people should get busy

and can enough of the succulent veg

etable to last them until next spring.
Marion county would not need to buy
a single can of tomatoes from abroad
if our people would fully utilize the
home product.

Unless the allies induce Bulgaria
to join them, and create a diversion
to the rear of Constantinople, the at attack
tack attack on the Dardanelles is likely to

fail. A military expert says the
Turks are so well fortified that the
allies cannot force their works with without
out without a superiority of at least two to
one. And the superiority is the other
way, as the Turks have two men to
the Allies' one on the Gallipoli pen peninsula.
insula. peninsula. .-

The Jacksonville State continues to

hammer the state officials for their

supineness in regard to the recent
failures in Jacksonville, by reason of

which people all over Florida lost
much money. A contemporary says
that when these officials come up for

thw will have to do a lot

of explaining. The Star suggests
that the better plan V would be to
make them explain now.
At a hearing before' Judge Hilburn
at Palatka Wednesday of this -week,
William J. Newman of Crescent City,
who killed Deputy Sheriff Hunter of
the same place, June 191 was dis discharged,
charged, discharged, the evidence plainly showing
that Newman acted in self -defense.
Hunter bore an excellent reputation,

both as an officer and a citizen, and
his friends are unable to understand
why he acted An such an unreasona unreasonable
ble unreasonable and offensive manner toward New Newman,
man, Newman, virtually compelling the latter
to shoot -him. "-

At the quarterly contest drill of

the Ocala Rifles last evening vxr-

poral Crompton won the Davidson

medal over eighteen other entries.

The wearing of the Davidson medal member that I do not present it as

is nuite a distinction in the company a perfect article, but as the ground

as there are a number of splendidly work or cornerstone upon which may

drilled men in the-organization. be constructed an impregnable fort

Lieut. Campbell acted as drill mas- res3 within the walls of which a sate

i Jf f I rrs v

ter, while Captain uraKe ana vp- and sane government iu l

tain Fred E. Weihe were judges. jpetuated. Besides that it nas tne

The medal is one presented to the merit of being fair and just, and win

company some years ueiure. i prove a strong incentive w

Spanish-American war by Captain K. triotic citizen every one wno is wor-
E. Davidson, who was then in com- thy to exercise the sacred right of
mand of the company, and later be- franchise to see to it that he assess
rame maior of the first battalion of his property at a fair market value

state troops. It is contested for per- and thereby decrease the millage or

iodirally by the members of the com- taxation. Property bears the bur-

nanv and is greatly prized ont only den cf taxation and it is preeminently

bv the winner, but the entire organi- ;ust and right that the owners of it

zation. should have a proportionate uanui-

right to protect it. The poll, or per
capita vote, of the non-property-

owners, as matters now stand, counts
as much as the larger property own

er no matter how seriously proper

ty rights may be affected by the re

suit.

But I am writing too much. My

plan is good, safe and just, but doubt-

REPORTIflG FROM MEMORY.

When Not Taking Wa Forbidden In
the House of Commons.
llolcroft'a feat in memorL;ins the
whole play of Figaro" after hearing
it ten times could probably have been
easily outdoue by "Memory Woodfall.
who in the days when note takius was
forbidden In the house of commons
acquired fame by the extraordinary
power of reporting from memory the
Bpeeches be heard Iu that nusut as
sembly.
Ills usual attitude during a debate,
says the London Chronicle, was to close
his eyes and lean forward with both
bands upon bis stick, being so well no

i qualnted with the tone and wanner of

the several speakers that he seiuom

changed bis attitude save to catch the

name of a new member.

The speeches thus memorized he
printed in bis Journal, and so wonder
ful was his memory that he conld re retain
tain retain full recollection of a debate n fort fortnight
night fortnight after, though bavins listened to
many long nights of speaking in the
interval. Die used to say be conld put
any speech away on a corner shelf of
bis mind for future referencc

D3d!y Weapons Fire Some 703

Cul'eis a Mirrute-
The niaehine tfuii. vvhi a pours forth
a direct h iij f suuill c-.WUr bullets, is
one of the leuhi-t wea-tom tf mod modern
ern modern warfare.
From 'th clunvy n.itllrg piu ban
come the 'modern :iiittui:ttlc. mount mount-til
til mount-til uu a litit tru-xl. aud welshing less
thnii frt.v ih;ii1.. .All the armies use
the gtm-s. u hi.h. although they vary
somewhat in tyi. are eeuttxlly alike
iu thjIr me hat?!ni nml in their effee-

1 1 veriest
In the iU-net-Men h automatic ma machine
chine machine nn f the FretK h rmy a metal
feed Pti1j. r clip, that contain thirty
onlliKiry nrrr rU -artrkUts 'I in
sertc-l in a lut ur the rteht side of the
snu. As the trfeer Is pul'.etl the lU
luei liani.ni U re!e:iil and. iTUlded by
the n:::!n Crizrz tiuz. public a ear ear-tri1e
tri1e ear-tri1e into the ii:le 4-l:iinler.
The utai.t tlie -artride 1 u i!a-e
the hn-eeli iiiet-!j:itiiui tM-k and the

charge I- expl'-h-"!. On its way tliron-h
the r!!!e barrel, a little of the from

the es;i.(iel owder i- diverted throutl
a hole In I he side of the Iarrl. and so
acts u a piston :i to force the bolt
mechanl.-nj tat k and to compress the
main ririns.
Iu ntuniing. the bolt mei-htinlsm
pulls the empty she!! from the chain
her and throws It ont below, so that
It d(e? not Interfere with the new
cartridge that Is now forced in from

above.
The mechanism In ho perfect that the
operation deseriled takes place in a
small fraction uf n Kecond. and the
bullets Issue from the mouth of this
deadly weapon nt the rate of seven
hundred a minute. Youth's Com Companion.
panion. Companion.

SAFETY FIRST

Jiff', j-" fr '
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. YOU VONT HAVE. ANY T LUZ !.
HOUSEKEEPER, IF YOU WILL UC

RUNNING, LABOR-SAVING VASI Ii: I

COME IN AND LET US SI IOV YCU
WE HAVE, THAT YCU NEED. ;,'D7

WASH DAY, EUT FOR EVERY DAY. T
MAKE YOUR KITCHEN AltD HOU::
WHOLE LOT EASIER. THEY DON'T CC
COME SEE..

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PHONE 11 G,

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SOME STAPLE FARMING

Among the Marion county farmers

in the city today on business es Mr.
J. H. Carter, of Fairfield. Last year

Mr. Carter planted a large acreage

to truck products and on account of
Innr mnrl-ofc htiA nnvt.hino' but a

ecftii" conCAT, This vear be be- less may be improved upon and I will

pn on a' different basis and is devot- defer further remarks until I see at
in his attention to staple crops. He what points it will be attacked and

1M jrm&tnt? condi- then well we will see

M T m w r O

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

AUTOMOBILES ON CREDIT v
Do you want to get the latest

model, most popular medium priced

automobile on easy payments! li so
address Box 1G4, Ocala, Fla. 1-m.

Use Nyal's xamiiy remedies.' All
good good for all. Sold by Annex
Drug Store. 16-tf

tion 500 acres of corn, 100 acres of
long- staple cotton, 250 acres of vel velvet
vet velvet beans, over 100 acres of peanuts,
forty acres of sweet potatoes, and
other staple crops in proportion. Altho

trucking is often exceedingly profit

able, it has its uncertainties under our
present marketing facilities, and it

is a safe prediction that when pur

farmers devote their attention
staples as Mr. Carter has done

.rmnfrv wil he on a far more solid

basis.

HELPED MAKE HISTORY

Cant. J. H. Andrews of West Palm

Your editorial comments will be ex

pected and as freely as you like. I

will not get hot in the collar.

Laurie T. Izlar.
Franchise

All m ale citizens of the United!

States of the age of twenty-one years
and over, who nave resided in the

state of Florida for one year, and in

to the countv in which they offer to vote

the civ vnATi flie novf. nrwedin the day

lux oia vj tr CT w

of election, and who are not hereinaf

ter excluded, shall be entitled to cast

one vote as pej capita, or poll vote
at all elections, federal, state or mu

nicipal hereafter held in this state;
and in addition thereto each of said

It is not to the credit of the pro promoters
moters promoters of Bloxham county that thy
are circulating the campaign lie that
the city of Ocala has taken the Silver

Springs road from the county with without
out without paying anything for it. The city
of Ocala has paid its per capita and
more on every yard of road; leading
out of the city, and as for the Silver
Springs boulevard, it is one of the
city streets and the city keeps it up.
If the new county of Bloxham is
formed, the county seat promoters at
Williston will at once begin to lay
roads out of their town, and the peo people
ple people in the furthest corners of the
county will be taxed to pay for them.

. Between 7,000 and 8,000 Jews are
fighting in the British army. The
Jews can always be relied upon to do
their duty in the face of death, al although
though although they have had little cause for
loving any country other than the
United States. Tampa Times.
You should read up a little on your
liisfftrv: son. In Great Britain and

...w 7
the British colonies, a Jew is as good
as anybody; many have sat in Par Parliament,
liament, Parliament, several have been raised to
the peerage, and one Beaconsfield
has been prime 'minister of Great
Britain. Since the French revolution,

Jews have had equal rights with other
men in France, and in the last cen century
tury century all political restrictions against
them have been removed in Germany
and nearly all the smaller European
nations. In Russia, Spain and some
of the Balkan states, the Jews are
yet in a rather uncomfortable posi position.
tion. position. They have always been treated

well by. the Moslems, who hold Moses
and Abraham in veneration second
only to that which they render to Mahomet.

Beach was at the Saratoga hotel over citizens shall be entitled to cast an
Wednesday night, and left on the additional vote for every five hundred
Thursday morning train for Ocala dollars worth of property, at its as-
with F. W. Cook of that place for a sessed valuation, upon which he pays
visit with that gentleman, whose wife taxes, to be known as taxation votes.

is the captain's granddaughter. Capt. Provided, that no person shall be en-

Anderson is a delightful old gentle-1 titled to cast in his own right, more
man 'and with whom a talk is a pleas-j than six taxation votes; and that the

ure. lie was ior ou years tue ryw- president or general raaiiagci w

mander of a vessel on the great lakes porations shall be entitled to cast the

and was the first man to take a ship taxation votes to which they may be
through the great locks of the Sault entitled to for property assessed to

Ste. Marie canal. Capt. Anderson them; and trustees shall be entitled to

has lived in Florida a number oljcast the taxation votes for property

years, and while from his "experience assessed to them as such; and female

it is apparent that he has lived past citizens shall be entitled, in person or

the alloted span of life, he is still Dy written proxy, to cast the taxation

vigorous in mind and body and is votes to which they may be entitled

filling a necessary, very much needed, I f or property assessed to them. Pro-

place in the world as an example oiied further, that no insane or
the men of the middle last century j idiotic person, and no person who has

who had a hand in the building of heretofore been, or may hereafter be
this nation. Palatka News. I convicted in any court of burglary,

Captain Anderson is now the guest arson,' grand larceny, manslaughter,

of his frrand daughter. Mrs. F. W. ith intent to kill, assault

Th Fastest Colors.
It la said that the fastest colors on
the market -are what are known
among dyers as hydrosulphlte colors
that are dyed with liydrosulptilte Iu -a
caustic bath. These colors are as nenr nenr-lv
lv nenr-lv fast as any can be made aud uave

been adopted by our covemment to be

used In army uniforms.
The dyeing Of these colors on cotton

varn Is simple, especially when the

Scotch tub system Is employed. The
proper way to dye these colors Is. to
use the vacuum type of dye machine.

ao v.o rtvostnfr mrts bold that all

air should be eliminated from the cot cotton
ton cotton before the dyestufT is applied, and
this type of machine Is best suited for
that purpose, because In thin system
the cotton is stationary aud the dye
liquor is forcedthrough the cotton by
means of pumps. SL Paul Pioneer

Press.
Traditions of Sandwich.

Sandwict Is the hub of the unlrerse
of golf. In times medieval It was
one of England's fire pales, through
which passed heroes and saints, priests
and kings. Here It was that Kins
Arthur set out to play the emperor of

Rome with Excallbur, and here on ins
return Guinevere welcomed him. SL
Paul, says tradition, landed at Sand
wich. but it is history that marks it
as the landing place of SL Amrnstine.
Picts and Scots were here beaten back
by the army of the eastern Julian, and
Theodoslus, landed to repel. the Saxons.
Becket escaped from England', via
Sandwich to France. Here Richard I
landed after, his Austrian imprison imprisonment
ment imprisonment and John, king of Frame, tame
as a prisoner of the black prince prince-London
London prince-London Chronicle.

Try one of t ho se frosted pints cf
PabRt's Blue RibU-r at Johnny's, tf

ATTENTION
GROWERS

the deal for that real csia te has betn cio cio-yet
yet cio-yet to do is to pee If the title 1 god. Marion
deed records and 43 mortgage records and
ords, or about 1C0.CCD pages cf record matter
the record history of that title.

some searching and checking before the alstrsct'i
that he has got it alL
-MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REAF ONAKLII
WHICH TO DO HIS research wo:.::.

We are prepared to attend
to your wants for harvesting
your crops at re a s o n able

prices.
ENTERPRISE" Canning Culiil
THREE SIZES
CARLOAD No. 1 nnd 2 Cans

Tornalo Wrappers a FniH Jars

IN ANY QUANTITY
Picldng Baskets
rIcIVER & MacKAY
O A G DIS TA NCE PHONE 4 7
OCALA, :-: FLA

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Cook, in this city, and will certainly
add to the number of his friends dur during
ing during his stay among us.

Tarpon Springs is
wholesale and retail
soon, for which the

to have a big
. grocery store
construction of

the building was begun this morning.
Harry Shaw & Co., reorganized into
the firm of Shaw Bros. Company is
back of the undertaking. According
to the present plans of the backers,

the business will be opened to the
public within thirty days. Tarpon
Springs notes in Times-Union.

Mr. Shaw is a graduate of the
Ocala high school and- his Ocala

friends will be clad to hear of his

progress.

TV a remark

the
ef

Jacksonville has gone to work to

have a state fair, and judging by the
names of the men at the head of it, it
will be a successful institution and a

good advertisement to the state.

Tampa is also beginning to move in

, . the same direction, and the people of
attributed to Ja?perthat solid and growing city are plan plan-Fflloviin
Fflloviin plan-Fflloviin meeting ning to have a South Florida Fair

. cr,o.Ua nnd Carnival Association. VWe don't

vho cared nothing for like : the 'carnival' expression-

truly the ut- carnival is a good tnmg m us way,

How aris- but it is never productive of solid

r (i.. ,-r. l.oifit However, ine diar is xrienu-

lv to both cities and is willing to help

with intent to ravish, embezzlement,

breaeh of trust, criminal libel or any

other crime involving moral turpi

tude, shall be entitled to cast either

the per capita or taxation vote at any
election of any kind jn this state.

Provided further, that no citizen,
otherwise qualified, shall be register

ed as an elector entitled to cast tax

ation votes, until he exhibits to the
registration officer a certificate from

the tax assessor showing the amount
hi3 property is assessed at for the

year the election is held. Provided

further that foreign corporations

shall not be entitled to cast taxation

votes at but one poll lor unuea

States senators and representatives

and state officers,, but may cast such

votes at one poll in each county for
all state senators, representatives and
county officials for the number of
such votes as they may be entitled to
for the amount of property assessed
to them in each county in which
property is assessed to it.

;.w;

Tart Retort.
. Of Lord Jeffreys, noted for his heart

irwo oT-tioH-r it I recorded when he

wasx:hief justice he had a witness be

fore him whose evasive answers

aroused the Judge's Ire The witness
wore an exceedingly Iodk and bushy
beard. Said Jeffreys. "If your con
science is as large as your beard you'll
swear anything. Unabashed, the wit witness
ness witness retorted, If your lordship meas measures
ures measures consciences by beartU your lord lordship
ship lordship has none at alL

Your Chances.,
The little chances linger and return,
but the great chances come and go and
never come' again. If we could look
back over the lives of the people by
whom we are surrounded how many
great and rich opportunities would we
see that they have permitted to drift
by them unimproved!

The "Servant

ucstion

florid title and abstract corporation

Food and Fresh Air.
You can live forty days without food,
but you cannot live four minutes with
out air. These thins tcSn',' true, is it
wise to stuff ourselves with food and
starve ourselves for want of air?

No Difference.
Jinks Which women hare the worM
tempers, blond or brunettes? P.lnfc!
My wife has been both. nd I conld no
see any dl.Tereure. New York Times

Bind together your spare hour nv
the cords of pom? definite pnrp.se -"William
M.Taylor

has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
. kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE and a
WATER HEATER. The
cooking and cleaning on
Lonn not Days

are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser-
vants. -LET
THEM nELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
"A dirty gas range will
- make a big gas bilL
Ocala Gas Company
PHONE 61

iRY our Fresh

please you.

etables in season.
Also fine line of Groceries.

feat it T
Fresh V

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This is cur

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AS A NUTIIITIVE TONIC

One that contains the proper amount
of hypophosfhites of iron, quinine and
strychnine, as a good tonic and for

Mr. and Mrs. C S. Blood are now, Pum

erai aeDiuiy, vjiiivj-1 vi

making their home at Hiawatha
Farm, having arrived from their for former
mer former home at Terra Cie Island a few
days ago. Mr. Blood recently pur purchased
chased purchased a half interest in this splendid
property, and the Star ; welcomes
them to Ocala.

PHITES COMPOUND has no equal.
Three ounces 25c; full pint $1. Dis Distributed
tributed Distributed by Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. . 22-Ct

: pnoNF so3
For Good Wocil
; DIG Load for 01.
Z Yo or Ordrr will he
immediate Attention-
J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak'n U'J" Mopv

Manufact'Jr J fc:

Palm Bearb and D-:I.
heated by Blezm, it c
The prefure bcir;: dir.
it can not v. vr.r cr t
It do the wnk

I'J.o.-.e IC1

ADVERTISE IN THE STAR

L. ALEXANDER ;
PRACTICAL .. ;
CARPENTER AND BUILDER

Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. 'jGives'More and Better
Work r the Money than Any Other
Contractor in tie city.

rf

Is a Regular. "Bonanza" for
They thrive and breed like "wildfire
ter if your house is screened, Roacl.L
nnd Mosquitoes will get in. Thtsc likL.
discomfort and disease vill give you tr
you combat them. Don't f ive 'em a c V
FEN OLE, that cleanly spray, that : r
hold disinft etant and insect destroyer.
Is sold in Ocala by
Mclver Msckay. 0. K. Tea Pot
Tydings Drug Co., The Cocr:
'Smith Grocery Co., O

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i True friendship is as beautiful as it i

Springs, arriving Thursday. Next
I week they will be joined by Mr. Bur-

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

CAPITAL STOCK S5O.O0O.OO.
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Will last longer and look better if you send them -to us to be
laundered by our up-to-date methods. Our special machinery for V

thi class of work gives the best work that is obtainable with
the least possible wear. If we are not now calling for your laun laundry
dry laundry just call PHONE 21 and let us prove to you that there is no
work superior to ours.

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JT3 baT3 csy to use tbi" Female Help
V7stsd" cr "Situation Wasted Femalt"
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Misses Dean Delightfully Entertained
"Glenhurst," the beautiful coun:ry
home of .Capt. and Mrs. S. R. Pyles,
vas the destination this morning -f
a large motoring party, the occasion
li"ng an informal sewing party at
.,'hich the charming ycung daughters
of the home, Misses Catharine na
itildred Pyles entertained in comj'h comj'h-ment
ment comj'h-ment to two of their collegemates,
""Ji?ses Helen and Dorothy Dfan of
Gainesville, Ga.
The most cordial hospitality
abounds always at "Glenhurst and
invited to -share it thi3 morning were,
besides the guests of honor, the fol following
lowing following friends of the hostesses: Miss Misses
es Misses Virginia Sistrunk, Legie Blitch.
Lois Dame, Sarah Pearl Martin, Blair
Wood row, Martha Kate Rentz, Frank Franklin
lin Franklin Harvey, Sarah Gross, Martha
Blakeney, Ethel Haycraft, Ruby Gis Gis-rendaner,
rendaner, Gis-rendaner, Catharine, Mary Harriet
and Lois Livingston, Mabel MefTerr,
May Hall, Gladys Martin, Elsie

Meade, Caroline Harriss, Marie Hu! Hu!-bert,
bert, Hu!-bert, Gladys Drake,' Dora Pelot, Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Wade, Rexie Todd, Stella and
Nina Camp, Avalee Edwards, Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Jackson, Ruth Rentz, Elizabeth
Davis, Musie Bullock, Blanch WTialey,
Ellen Stripling, Annie Atkinson and
Mrs. Eli A. Osborn.
The guests arrived between 10 and
30:30 o'clock and after being greeted
by the hostesses and Mrs. Pyles and

Mrs. L. D. Collum, formerly Miss
Clifford Pyles, they grouped them themselves
selves themselves throughout the spacious rooms,

on the verandas and. on the lawn,

where they chatted and did fancy

work until noon. Interspersing the

hours were musical numbers and
readings given by several of th-5

guests.

A two course buffet luncheon was
served at noon, the ; delicious menu
including chicken salad, cheese
straws, sandwiches, pickles, ice cream

and cake. During the morning wa watermelons
termelons watermelons and cantaloupes in abun abundance
dance abundance were, served.

The party afforded many of the,

ctifsts the first onnortunitv to visifci..

?.n-:n A -. AJeaert. Mhel beymour.

vjieaiiursi, since me it'iui n ui ine

Misses Pyles and the affair, strictly

informal, proved one of the most en

joyable of the many given this week.

Mrs. E. Pender is at Summer field

visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs.
C. Nehlsen.

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lloyd were

guests last. night of Mr. and Mrs. L.

R Chazal at Woodmar, motoring

down in their car.

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Miss Helen Brown leaves Monday
for Live Oak to visit Miss Flossie
Fyrd.
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Mr. H. C, Linscot of Urenau Col College,
lege, College, who was heard in concert in this
city last Christmas, has after a quick
trip to New York gone to Santa Cruz,
Calif., his home, to spend the sum

mer. Mr. Linscot is considering

opening a studio 'in New York City

next winter.
Mrs. Eli A. Osborn and Miss Mar

garet Wade were guests yesterday of j
Miss Legie Blitch of Blitchton, and J
last evening Mr. and Mrs. Osborn en-j

tertained Miss Blitch, Messrs. Landis
and Loonis Blitch, Miss Mabel Mef-

fert, Miss May Hall and Mrs'. J. B.

Horrell at a motion picture party at

the Temple.

Mrs. Roberts of the dormitory re returned
turned returned yesterday from a short visit

to South Carolina. She was accom

panied home by her daughter, Miss

Louise Roberts, a trained nurse who

will spend her vacation with her

mother.
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Mrs. Laura C. Dillard of Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, who has been spending several
days in Ocala, has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp, who
are spending some time at their Lake
Yeir home while the former super superintends
intends superintends woijc now being done on the
place, returned today to remain over
Sunday.
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Mrs. Sue Mclver and Miss Mamie
Fant are visiting their sister and

aunt, Mrs. Davis at Irvine. j
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Miss Elizabeth Davi3 is up from
Lake WTeir on a short visit to Miss
Sue Moore.
Mrs. Mazie Lyles and daughter
Dorothy of Gainesville, are guets of
her brother, Mr. G. J. Blitch and wife.
Mrs. Bessie Hammaek returned
this afternoon from Clinton, S. C,
where she went the first of the week

to accompany her three children who

have been attending school near Clin

ton.

Mrs. F. M. Chalker and daughter,
Mit3 Maud Chalker, left this morning
for Punta Gorda to spend three
weeks.

;nett and Mr. Roy Rightmire, son of

the Baptist minister at Daytona.

Miss Martin Entertained for Miss
Blakeney
The concluding society event of this
week, which has been filled with a
series of- daily parties occasioned by
the presence of a coterie of charming
and vivacious visiting girls, was a
thimble party this afternoon from 4
to 0 o'clock, given by Mis3 Gladys
Martin at the home of her parents on
Orange avenue.
A pink and blue color scheme was
developed most artistically through throughout
out throughout the house and on the veranda and
in the hall college pennants and pil pillows
lows pillows suggesting the college years that
the hostess and the majority of her
guests are now enjoying were arrang arranged
ed arranged with effect along the balustrade,
walls and in the seats.
Miss Martha Blakeney, a visitor
from Little Rock, Ark., who possesses
a charming personality, was the
guest of honor at this lovely party.
Miss Martin, Mis3 Blakeney and Miss

Sara Gross received informally, as-4

sisted by Mrs. Martin and the hostess

aunts, .Mrs. Robert Blake and Mrs.
R. H. Sanders and Miss Irma Blake.
As the guests arrived they "were
served to fruice, a refreshing frozen
punch, on the side veranda by Mrs. J.
B. Horrell and Miss Annie Atkinson.
Besides the pleasure of sewing
amidst, such delightful environments,
other features were in store for the
young ladies. Miss Mamie Ruth San Sanders
ders Sanders gave an interesting reading in
costume, her selection being "The
Lady of Shalott" and musical num numbers
bers numbers were rendered by several of the
guests. Then there was a novel con contest,
test, contest, the questions being answered
with names of Florida cities and
towns.
late in the afternoon marshmellow
cream and anel food cake was serv serv-e
e serv-e i by Misses Irene Tompkins, Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Little and Mamie Ruth San Sanders.
ders. Sanders.
Bidden to this delightful party,
iivcn by one of the loveliest members
of the school set were, beside those
assisting, the following friends of
Miss Martin: Misses Elsie Meade,

Dorothy ad Marion Long, Mabel

Lorayne

Kemp, Nellie Liddon, Collie Ciark,
Alice Sexton, Virginia Sistrunk, Nel Nellie
lie Nellie Beckham, Sarah Pearl Martin,
Theo and Gladys Wallis, Caroline
Harriss, Marie Hulbert, Catharine
and Mary Harriet Livingston, Marie
Burnett, Lurline Bridges, Catharine
and Mildred Pyles, Catharine McNab,
Martha Kate Rentz, Blair Wood row,
Franklin Harvey, Helen and Dorothy
Dean, Ellen Stripling, Emma Perry,
Nina Camp, Rexie Todd, Sue Mocre,
Elizabeth Davis, Blanch Whaley, Dora

Pclot, Marie Haile, Ethel Haycraft,
Margaret Jackson, Lois Dame, Ruth
Ervin, Dorothy Schreiber, Ruth Rentz,
Annie Pof?e Eagleton and Maude' Mc Mcintosh.
intosh. Mcintosh.

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Miss Caroline Harriss and Mr. Al Albert
bert Albert O. Harriss have issued invita invitations
tions invitations to a dance to be" given at the

home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs."

W. W. Harriss Tuesday evening of
next week at 8 o'clock. Miss Marie
Hulbert of St. Petersburg, the guest
of Miss Harriss, will be the lovely

hororee. The dance will be one of the
largest social affairs of the week
and it is being anticipated with much
pleasure by those who will be guest.
Miss Margaret Pittinger of Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D. C, who is delightfully re remembered
membered remembered here, having visited Miss
Jessie Lou Martin prior to her mar marriage
riage marriage to Mr. W. II. Wilson, is now in
Gainesville, the guest of Miss Harriet

Clark.

Miss Anna McDowell, who is at attending
tending attending summer school at the Univer University
sity University of Florida, is spending the week weekend
end weekend at home.
Miss Catharine Hudgins returned to
Jacksonville Wednesday after a de delightful
lightful delightful visit with her aunt, Mrs. J.
W. McCollum. Gainesville Sun.
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Miss Vivienne Eycleshimer left to today
day today for Orlando, where she will be
the guest for a few weeks of Mrs. V.
B. Chapman.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Atwater came
over from Palatka today, to spend a
few days with Ocala friends.

PINEAPPLES, $1.00
For 4S "Little Sweetlings" this week.
R. L. Goodwin, Fort Pierce, Ha., box
T. 28-t

Typewriter $75 at The Murray
Company. 3t

atlotir ; Ad. in :tfie":$tar

Mrs. E. A. Burnett and children of
Daytona, are visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smoak at Silver

E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Erribalmers

WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Licensed Embalmer
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Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.

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

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facture manufacture of a specially fine grade of CAKES,
conveniently put up for the consumer who
does not care for a whole cake. Each
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 TErJ CZrT5
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 Su;iar,
Butter and other ingredients necessary to their manufacture.
This will enable you to have your cake fresh from the oven
everyday. BARTER'S DELICIOUS" cake is strictly a
home product, and with the trade-at-home spirit that hoy
prevails every community it will be just what the Ocala pub public
lic public has been looking for. Watch" for further announcements.
Sold by all the leading grocers.

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ACCIDENTAL DISCOVERIES.

Origin of Starch From Corn and of
Silver Plating.
How to make starch from corn

Thomas Kinxaford. n uitn luink'. Ove
day be threw n mvn of comrne.'U mub
Into a jrnrbajre pnll Ills wife enijuUHl
Koine lve Into the 8:iine pall, and In the
morning when he eniptlfd the ;iil he
was astonished to. nud a small qunu
tlty of starch at the bottom.
Thomas Bolsovtr, n KhetF.ekl ue
chanlc was uieadhitf the handle of h
knife made of copper and ilver. lie
iiw these inftahi fuse toetber and tbe
idea of ellver plating was born lu bla
lulnd. He laid a thin plate of silver
on a heavier one of copper and beated
them till the ed?e uf the silver bvtxnn
to melL He took thtAu from the fire,
let them cool slightly, then rolled and
hammered them to the desired thick thickness.
ness. thickness. This was the origin of "Sheffield
plate." all of which was made In thb
way until electroplating was invented.
Cornelius Dubln?! left a bottle of
aqua regis (a mixture of nitric and
muriatic acids) on a shelf. It fell over,
the acid ran down over a window and

dropied into a bottle containing an
extract of ctH-hmenL This turned to a
Uld scarlet. Dubbel found that the
acid had dbtsolved some of the tin of
the window casing and the combina combination
tion combination had produced the new color. A
few experiments added the most bril brilliant
liant brilliant color to the list of dyes.
The accident by which Roentgen dis
covered the X rays Is too recent to
need repenting now. New York World

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A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
Short?, Hay and Molasses feeds. C5tf
Traveling Man's Experience -"In
the summer of 18SS I had a very
severe attack of cholera morbus. Two
physicians worked over me from four
a. m. to 6 p. m. without giving: me any
relief and then told me they did not
expect me to live; that I had bst tele telegraph
graph telegraph for my family. Instead of doing
so, I gave the hotel porter fifty 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, aose accord according
ing according to the directions and went to sleep
after the second dose. At five o'clock
the next morning I was called by my
order and took a train for my next
stopping point, a well man but feel

ing rather shaky Irom tne seventy oi
the attack," writes H. W. Ireland,
Louisville, Ky. Obtainable everyc
where, Adv.
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EYMOON BECLOUDED BY THOUGHTS CF U:.Ui;.-: I:,
JEWELRY IS ALWAYS LIKED AND ALWAYS i'JITELl.
WHEN YOU BUY OUR SUPERB JEWELRY. YC'J ?,Z CT
HAVE THE RIGHT QUALITY AND ST YIE. AS. WILL AS I
WE M A K ?Z V UA LITY" RIGHT: THEM THE Pl-'iCi: HiCM
' OCALA-S RELIABLE JEIVELE.I

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. 25-tf

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OCALA 13 VEXING STAR, SATURDAY, JULY 3. 1915
No. 100
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Fountain pens at The Hurray
Company. 1 3t
Representative W. T. Henderson
of Lynne is among the prominent
people in town today.

Before going on your vacation, buy
your toilet articles where quality

counts. The Court Pharmacy.

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Prof. E. II. Miller, principal of the
Fairfield public schools, is among the
business visitors in Ocala today.

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Surgeon, specialist ttye, Kar, Nose
and Throat. Law library Building,

Ocala, Fla.

Mr. O. M. Cale, the Belleview mer

chant, is 'a business visitor in Ocala

today. '..

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. Jas. Duncan McDonald, the

popular car accountant of the Okla
waha Valley railroad, left this after
noon for points in Georgia.

Fountain pens at 'The Murray

Company. 3t

Houses for rent on Daugherty
street, all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to A. G. Gates at Gates' Gar

age.

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Mr. Layton and Mr. -L B. Adams of

the Chero-Cola Company, went to

Leesburg this afternoon to look after

business interests.

For plumbing and electrical work

see II. W. Tucker. Phone 300 i

Mr. C. II. Dame left this afternoon

for Orlando, to spend the fourth with

.the Woodmen.

FOR SALE Rountree wardrobe

trunk for traveling purposes; abso

lutely new; will sell at a bargain. P.

O. Box 491 or 'phone 517, city. 23-6t

Messrs. Yonge & Company are en engaged
gaged engaged in putting a new metal roof

on the Commercial Bank building; and
Mr. Yonge says it is being done with
the best materials obtainable, which

is always cheapest in the long run.

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

Today was a rather lively Satur

day, many people coming in both on

the trains and by private conveyance

to trade.

Mr. John II. Mathews, the Candler
orange grower and all rpund farmer,

is among the prominent Marion

county people in town today, attend
ing to business 'matters.

FOR RENT Four furnished or un

furnished rooms; lights, city or cis

tern water; cheap. Phone 3S2. 3-4t

WEATnER REPORT

Thi3 report is made from observa

tions taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov

ernment. Max. Mm

July 1 88 7J .24

July 2 .88 70 .12

Local Forecast
Probably local thunder showers to

night and Sunday.

A big 'launch greeted the close' of

"Runaway June" at the Temple last

night. The joke was on both Ned and
the audience. The Temple tonight
will have the Pathe News, "Ham in

the Harem," a Vitagraph drama and

a Lubin comic.

THE -COMMERCIAL Bill OF OCALA

AT OCALA IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSI BUSINESS
NESS BUSINESS JUNE 2. 1913

Little Joe Hall, who went away

from here six years ago, was in town

last night for a brief visit. He is now
running a garage in Tampa and is
doing well.
"Carter's. Delicious-' slice cake is
sold by all the leading grocers. Ask
for it. Eight ounces for 10c. tf

Messrs. William Bullock, Sam
Mathews, R. O, Huntsman and either
Nelson Geise or E L Anderson, Jr.
will leave this afternoon in the for former's
mer's former's car for Daytona Beach to spend
the fourth. They will return Monday
night.
' Nyal's White Liniment. Use it for
aches and pains, bruises and sprains.
Sold f y Annex Drug Store- 16-tf
Mr. II. W. Douglas, of Ocala, re returned
turned returned this morning to his home after
a day or two spent in the city trans transacting
acting transacting business. Clearwater Sun.

RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts $304,658.0G
Overdrafts 89SL2G

County Warrants mmm
County and Municipal Bonds
Other Bonds V. .. .
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures
Other Real Estate
Claims and Other Resources
Due from Incorporated Banks
Checks and Exchange for Clearing
Other Cash Items

Gold Coin
Silver Coin
Minor Coin

Currency

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15,000.00
500.00
43,i)9G.25
500.00
834.09
12,87G.94
1,913.15
345.95
1,020.00
5,759.75
89.40
14,515.00

$450,720.26

LIABILITIES

Total Resources

Capital Stock Paid in $ 50,000.00
Surplus Fund ... 25,075.00
Undivided Profits (le.sa expenses and Taxes Paid 7,946.18
Dividends Unpaid 52.00
Individual Deposits Subject to Check 136,727.15
Demand Certificates of Deposit 20,351.07
Time Certificates of Deposit 42,715.00
Certified Checks 520.00
Cashier's Checks Outstanding CS8.90
Due. to Incorporated Bank 313.81
Savings Deposits ...'..... 107,943.26
Bifls Payable 57,250.00
Other Liabilities 137.44
Reserve for Taxes . : 399.85

Total Liabilities $450,720.26
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION. ss.
I, D. C. Stiles, Jr., cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
- D. C. STILES, JR., Cashier.

Mosquitoes we have" the only
chaser. The Court Pharmacy. 4t

Typewriter $25 at The Murray
Company. 3t

SEE lllK FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf jles, tniik and eggs, tf

Mr. R. A. Burford and son Sam,
have returned from their visit to New
York and Boston.

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

Typewriter $60 at The Murray
Company.- J 3t

When you are in" need of tin roof roofing,
ing, roofing, guttering, tanks or any kind of
sheet metal work, call on Yonge &
Company. 3-6t

Typewriter $50 at The Murray
Company. . 3t
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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

Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 3rd day of July, 1915.
- N. C. GEISE,
(Notary Seal) Notary Public.

Correct Attest:
GEO. J. BLITCH,
D. W. TOMPKINS,
D. E. McIVER.

Col. R. F. Rogers returned this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from his visit to Live Oak and
Lake City.

GOVERNMENT LOST AGAIN

(Associated Press)
Philadelphia, July 3. The federal
court today decided against the gov government
ernment government in the suit to dissolve the
Reading Railroad Co. and separate
the New Jersey Central from the
Reading.

SUB SUNK ANOTHER STEAMER

(Associated Press)
London, July 3. The British steam steamer
er steamer Gadsby was sunk today by a Ger German
man German submarine. The crew was land landed
ed landed at Moville, Ireland.

OROZCO MAY HAVE ESCAPED

(Associated Press)
El Paso,v Texas, June 3. It is be believed
lieved believed that Pascual Orozco, who was
arrested with General Huerta by fed fed-authorities,
authorities, fed-authorities, has disappeared. He is not
in the house where he had been
guarded.

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an increased demand. "There's a Reason."
We are making
Golden Slice,

Pineapple,
Raisin, v
Chocolate
Silver and
Pound Cake
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'as we guarantee every piece. If for ANY REASON
it is not satisfactory return it and get back youi
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Tacoma, July 3. The Chicago, Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee and St. Paul passenger train
crashed through a trestle near Rainer,
today on to a freight passing beneath.
The dead and dying, are being taken
to Rainer. The loss of life is un unknown.

AT TOE CnURCnES TOMORROW

RTH MAIN ST.

OCALA, FLA.

His

, Methodist
(Rev. J. M. Gross, Pastor)
,9:30 a. m. Sunday School. V
11 a. m. Preaching. -Subject,
"Man's Power Over

Own Heart."
3 p.- m. Junior League.
6:45 p. m. Senior League.
7:45 p. m. Preaching.
Subject, "The Present, Today."
AH cordially invited. Strangers
always welcome-.

NOTICE

Bids will be received at the meet

ing of the county commissioners July
6th, on making copies of plats in ac

cordance with specifications on file in

clerk's onice.
W. D. Carn, Chairman.
, P. II. Nugent, Clerk. 21-13t

Tantalizing.

nusband Can you make any mor

of that combination salad we had yes yesterday?
terday? yesterday? Wife Like It? Husband I
should say not. One minute I dreamed
I hacl an kinds of cars and no gasoline

and the next I had all kinds of gasoline

and no ears. .Now ork Globe.

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Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Carmichael re returned
turned returned home today from Hot Springs,
Ark., and Union Springs, Ala., where
they have been for the past two
months. Mr Carmichael's health is
greatly t improved and his many
friend 3 are glad to welcome him home
again."
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Mrs. Weller Carmichael and sister,
Miss Georgia Mulhall went to Tampa
this afternoon, where they will spend
a few days with friends.
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Mr. R. E. Layton of the Chero-Cola
Company -with his brother-in-law, Mr.
I. B. Adams," arrived yesterday from
Arlington, Ga.J Mr. Layton shipped
iiis household goods and, in" about ten
days Mr. Lane, his partner, will go to
Arlington and accompany his family
and Mrs. Layton to Ocala.
Baptist Sewing Circle Will Not Jleet
: On account of Monday being a
legal holiday, there will be no meet meeting
ing meeting of the Baptist sewing circle.
"A Pleasant House Party"
The Hinton family at Sharpe's
ferry on the Oklawaha river has been
entertaining a very pleasant house
party for the past week. Mrs. Lavinka
of Fort Myers, a cousin, and Mr. and
Mrs. II. R. Hinton, who have return returned
ed returned from their bridal trip, composed
the party. Mr. and Mrs. Hinton have
returned to Mrs. Hinton's former
home at Snmmerfleld, where they
will visit for a short time, and Mrs.
Lavinka has returned to her South
Florida home.

FAMILY AVOIDS
SERIOUS SICKNESS

By Being Consfcmily Supplied Willi
Thedfcrds Black-Drani.

Popular.
"Pa, I was the most popular boy In
our class.-"
"Did you pas?"
"No. That's Jnst the reason. The
teacher liked me so well that she de decided
cided decided to keep me In her room for an another
other another term-" Detroit Free Press.

'Working Backward.,
The Clubman Circumstances alter
cases, you know. The Lawyer Yes,
and a few good cases would material materially
ly materially alter my circumstances. Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Record.

UR AD IN THE STAR

Old Fashioned Fortune.
"Do you believe that Fortune knocks
once at every man's door?
"Well, I never heard of her ringing
him up on the telephone." Puck.

Devote eicb day to the object then
In time nvA every evening will find
something done. Goethe.

Loans Discounts, Collections, Exchange, Letters of Credit, Inter c
Deposits, Advice on Business .and Investment Matters there "arc come
features of our service.

You sh uld keep an active account with 115,
strong financial institution.

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yet I have a better proposition to offer you.

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I will sell you a New .5-IXonm Btincsloiv, worth G1GC0

Furthermore I will rent the house from you at a price that wilJ pny ;
per. cent, on the investment, and when times are ood it will pay 20 j
I will sell you a lot at 50 per cent discount. One lot to a custoiru r
offers only hold 6od until JULY I0!h. Let me show you.

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ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

WANTED A first clas3 turpentine
v.'oodsman, 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. 2S-12t

FOR RENT Five-room cottage with
modern conveniences, gas, electricity,
baths, etc. Apply to Mrs. Jake Brown,
North Tuscawilla street, or phone
162. 2G-tf

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McDuff, Va. "I suffered for severi
years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, oi
this place, "with sick headache, and
stomach trouble.
Ten years ago a friend told me to trj
Thedford's Dlack-Draucht. which 1 did,
and 1 found it to be the best family medi medicine
cine medicine for young and old.
9 1 keep Black-Draught on hand all the
time now, and when ray children feel a

little bad, they ask me for a dose, and if

ooes tnera more good than any medicine
they ever tried.
We never have a long spell of sick sickness
ness sickness in our family, since we commenced

usirni isiacK-uraugnt."

Thedford's Black-Draught is purefy
vegetable, and h2S been found to reu-

lat weak stomachs, aid digestion, re

lieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea.

neactccne, sjcic siomacli, ana simiiai

symptoms.

It has been in 'constant use for more
than 70 years, and has benefited more

Ulan a million people.

Your drupplst sells and recommendj
Black-Draught. Price only 25c Get a

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FOR RENT Well located and nlcelj
furnished room 3 in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
lonial. 7-tf
ROOMS AND IJOARDLarge
rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-lmo.
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-t

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