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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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

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CLEVFR DUNCH OF DIAMOND ARTISTS HERE

FIRST GAME THIS MORS
The outlook is auspicious for a live j
week of baseball. The members of the
Clearwater team arrived on the -A. C.
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them are personal friends of Ocala
people they received a warm greeting-
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The Clearwater boys are guests of
the Harrington and are registered as i
follows: James J. Couch, A. Kirk, S.
Hick, O. Thomas, Ed. Mardis, D. A.
Davis, Bill Cleghorn, F. Pooser, Tom
Howell, R. J. Boyd and R. R. Bran Brandon.
don. Brandon. NOTHING TO NOTHING
ine nrst game was piayeu tnis;
morning and -was a draw. Following!
is the story:
First Inning
Clearwater: Thomas flew out to
left. Couch walked and stole .second.
Pooser struck out and was followed by f
.Kirk, who went out on a grounder to
third.
Ocala: Galloway struck out. Har Harris
ris Harris died on a grounder -to third.
Batts singled, but was, left stranded
on the bases when itewakski was
thrown out at first, by the pitcher.
V Second Inning
Clearwater: Martis singled and was
folowed by Howell who duplicated the
trick. Davis was out on a fly. A t i
this juncture Clearwater's hopes
were dashed to pieces when Landis
Blitch hit into a double play. '-
Ocala: Davis and Dewey went the
strike out route in quick succession
and were followed by Dinkins who,
having got his eye on the ball drove
a hot one to second which could -not
be handled. Chazal ended the, in inning
ning inning by striking out.
Third Inning
V Clearwater: Thomas and Couch op opened
ened opened the inning with singles. Pooser
was unable to connect with the sphere
and Kirk flew out to second. Hicks
was thrown out on a grounder to -ehort
retiring-JLhe. side.
- Ocala: Loonis Blitch and Galloway
made holes in the air and retired;
Harris gained the initial sack on an
error but died there when Batts flew
out to left.
Fourth Inning
Clearwater: Mardis flew out to first.
Howell followed f uit and Davis wound
up the inning by striking out.
Ocala: Zewadski Oew out to short.
Davis singled and Dewey struck out,
Dinkins singled, but" the side was re retired
tired retired when Davis was caught try trying
ing trying to reach third.
Fifth Inning
Clearwater: Landis Blitch fanned;
Hicks however was more fortunate,
the pitcher walking him. Thomas
struck ,out and Was followed bj
Couch, who was thrown out at first
on. a grounder to the pitcher.
Ocala: Chazal started things to
going by getting a single and then
stealing second his journey ended
there, howevtfr, as Blitch struck out
and was followed by Galloway and
Overmyer (took Harris' place in" the
fourth), who were out on grounders
to Pooser.
Sixth Inning
Clearwater: Pooser was given a
free pass but was called out for let letting
ting letting a runner take his place without
permission. Kirk was out on a
grounder to Overmyer md was follow followed
ed followed by Martis who duplicated the per performance.
formance. performance.
Ocala: Batts and Zewadski went
out on jrrounders to Pooser. Davis
reached first on an error, but for the
second time in the game, he was
caught doing a marathon to third on
. Dewey's single.
Seventh Inning
Clearwater: Howell struck out;
Davis went to first on an error but
was too slow getting to second when
he attempted to steal and was caught.
The-side was retired when Blitch
failed to get-his eye on the ball.
Ocala: It having- been agreed that
the game was to only he seven in innings
nings innings long it was now up to Ocala
"to be or not to be." The fans hav having
ing having been anxiously waiting to see
the winning, run go over the plate
In Ocala's favor, now began to offer
the coin to the fellow who would
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this encouragement the Ocala play players
ers players went to work Dinkins singled and
raised the hopes of all by going to
second on the pitchers balk; Chazal
flew out to third; Blitch succeeded
in reaching -first and Dinkins raced
to third, landing safe as Pooser was
slow in getting the ball over. Gal Galloway
loway Galloway came up, but could not find the
ball. Overmeyer then" walked into
the batter's box determined, of course,
to knock the cover cfT-and save the
day, and when the sphere came fly flying
ing flying toward him he landed on it with
such force that for a minute it looked
as if the day was won, but alas, the
ball went straight to center field and
also straight into Couch's hands, and
the game was' over, and the fans
had their coin.
Clearwater AB R H PO A E
Thomas, 2b : 3 0 1.0 0 0
Couch, cf : 2 0 1 1 0 0
Pooser, p .2 0 0 0 5 0
Kirk, 3b 3 0 0 4 1 0
Martis, ss i 3 0 1 0 0 0
Howell, rf r.3 0 1 0 10
Davis, lb .........3 0 0 6 1 0
Blitch, Landis, If .3 0 0 1 0 1
Hicks, c . 1 0 0 9 0 0
Totals .........23 0 4 21 8 1
Ocala n AB R H PO A E
Galloway, cf 4 0 0 1 0 0
Harris, p 2 0 0.0 0 0
OVermeyer, pv . . 2 0 0 0 .4 0
Batts, rf .......... 3 0 1 0 0 0
Zewadski, ss 3 0 0 2 2 0
Davis, N., 2b 3 0 2 2 1 0
Dewey, 3b 3 0 1 0 1 1
Dinkins, c 3 0 ,0 7 1 0
Chazal, lb 3 0 1 8 0 0
Blitch, Loonis, If ...3 0 0 1 O" 0
Totals ........29 0 8 21 9 1
Clearwater . ..000000 0 0
Ocala .. ...00 00000 0
Summary: Stolen bases, Couch,
Dinkins, Chazal, Loonis Blitch. Left
on bases, Clearwater 5; Ocala 8.
Strisek out by Pooser 9, by Harris 3,
by Overmeyer 4. Boses on balls, off
Harris 1, off Overmeyer 2. Double
plays, N. Davis to Zewadski to Cha Chazal,
zal, Chazal, Dinkins to N. Davis. Time of
game, 1:33. Umpires, Messrs. Gerig
and Izlar.
Second Game
The afternoon game will be called
at 3:45.
It looks like rain, but Charlie Hun Hunter
ter Hunter says there will be five innings
played if the boys have to swim.
Enterprising Dobbs has put on a
ten cent bus service from thesquare
to the ball grounds.
BRYANT-MOORE
Mr. C. G. Bryant, the telegraph
operator at the Seaboard, stole a
march on his friends last week by"go by"go-ing
ing by"go-ing to, Jacksonville and returning
with a bride, who was a Miss Moore
of this Ci.y. Mr. and Mrs. Bryani are
now keeping house next door to Mrs.
T. II. Wallis.
NOTICE
There will be a meeting of the Py Pythian
thian Pythian Sisters tomorrow afternoon at
3 o'clock.- All members are urged to
be present, as there is business of
much importance and installation of
ofneers. As this will be the last
meeting until October all business will
have to be transacted.

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THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

EROI CLEARWATER
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CAPITOL
Glen Cove, N. Y., July 4. Fank
Holt, a former Cornell instructor, who
tried to assassinate J. P. Morgan,
confessed last night that he sei the
bomb which exploded in the capitol
at Washington Friday night. The po police
lice police say his confession and detailed
description of the bomb has stamped
him as an expert in th use of ex explosives.
plosives. explosives. HOLT SICK AS WELL AS CRAZY
Glencove, July 5. Frank Holt,
Morgan's assailant, was so weak to today
day today he could not sit up in his jail cell.
The jail physician said Holt is very
sick mentally and physically.
The authorities are trying to clear
up whether Holt is involved in the
alleged murder of Mrs. Erich Muen Muen-ter,
ter, Muen-ter, in 1906. -Holt denies that he is
Muenter.
When Holt was asked where he was
in 190G, he hesitated, then said, "I
don't remember."
MORGAN IS OUT
POLICE THINK HIS ASSAILANT
HAS A CRIMINAL
RECORD
(Associated Preaa)
New York, July 5. J. P. Morgan,
who was shot twice by Frank Holt
Saturday, is out of all danger, accord according
ing according to an announcement of his phy physicians
sicians physicians at Glencove this morning.
Efforts are being made here, at
Glencove and several other cities to today
day today to cleifr up the mystery said to
surround the identity of Holt, who
also confessed to setting the bomb
Friday that exploded in the capitol at
Washington. -Federal detectives are
interested in the question raised by
the Cambridge, (Mass.) police, re regarding
garding regarding the possible identification of
Holt as Erich Hunter, a former Har Harvard
vard Harvard instructor, who disappeared
after the death of his wife from alleg alleged
ed alleged poisoning in 190G.
QUEEN MARGARET
Great Historical Novel Will be Shown
at the Temple this Evening
The attraction at the Temple to tonight
night tonight is a five reel play, "Queen Mar Margaret,"
garet," Margaret," based on Alexander Dumas'
great novel, "Queen Margaret of
Valors." It is a most instructive as
well as splendidly interesting play.
HOLDS OUT NO HOPE
Governor Whitman is Absolutely Con Convinced
vinced Convinced of Becker's (!uilt
Albany, N. Y July 4. Gov. Whit Whitman
man Whitman gives Martin T. Manton permis permission
sion permission to divulge any of the names
which Marton mentioned to him in his
appeal for executive clemency for for former
mer former Police Lieutenant Charles Becker.
The governor said he was "absolutely
j convinced" that Becker is guilty.
Secretary Rooney has returned
from his visit to Tallahassee.

OF DANGER

FLORIDA, MONDAY, JULY 5, 1915

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(Associated
London, July 5. Although the re retreating
treating retreating Russian armies must be con considered
sidered considered as yet to be practically in intact,
tact, intact, the growing impetus of the Aus-tro-German
advance is such that a de decisive
cisive decisive Russian defeat seems inevita inevitable,
ble, inevitable, unless the entente powers initiate
PHALANX DRIVES AGAINST
" AGAINST
Paris, July 5. German attacks,
preceded by fierce bombardment,
have been delivered at four distant
points from the Yser to the Vosges in
the last two days. The attacks un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly constitute the beginning of
a new. general offensive movement.
- Apparently the German phalanx
drives, which have proved so effective
in the attack on the Russian army at
Lemberg, are to be repeated on a
larger scale in the western front,
The French commanders are letting
the Germans expend their fury in
fruitless and costly, attacks, while 're 'remaining
maining 'remaining rady to resume the offen offensive
sive offensive at any moment.
FIGHTING ON THE WEST FRONT
London, July 5. German assaults
on the French, lines are continuing.
The Germans have regained lost
ground on a front two-thirds of a
mile long between Feyenhaye and
Moselle. The French officially admit
this, but declare they repulsed at attacks
tacks attacks at other points.
AUSTRIAN'S ADMIT RUSSIANS
-ARE ON THE OFFENSIVE
In southern Poland the Russians
are fighting' to check the Teutonic
thrust towards Warsaw. The latest
Austrian official statement admits the
Russians are attacking strongly. Pet Pet-rograd
rograd Pet-rograd describes desperate engage engagements
ments engagements between the Vistula nd Bug
rivers, and claims the Teutons are
checked at different points, but con concedes
cedes concedes a retirement from the Gnila
Lipa to the Selotalipa rivers.
CONFLICTING CLAIMS
Petrograd reiterates the claim that
a Russian submarine sank a German
battleship of the Deutchland class
Friday. Berlin denies this.
TURKS CLAIM A TRIUMPH
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The Turkish statement declares the
entente allies have lost heavily in an
attempt to land reinforcements on the
Gallipoli peninsula. and the efTort was
frustrated.
SHELLED BY
A SUBMARINE
A BRITISH STEAMER REACHED
QUEENSTOWN WITH A DOZ DOZEN
EN DOZEN DEAD ON BOARD
(Associated Press)
- London, July 5 The British steam steamer
er steamer Angic-Californian arrived at
Queenstown today with twelve men
killed, including the captain, and
eight injured, as the result of being
shelled by a German submarine.
Misses Victoria and Lola Raysor,
after spending Sunday with their
brother, Mr. H. C. Raysor and family,
in this city, returned this afternoon
to their home at Lowell.
Typewriter T it The Murray
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a powerful diversion on the Italian or
the western front. Some of the most
conservative British newspapers as assert
sert assert this alone can compel Germany
to withdraw men frorn, the east, "bar "barring,
ring, "barring, perhaps, a sudden shortage in
high explosives.
RUSSIANS WILL BE REPEATED
THE FRENCH
NOT ONE PROMINENT MARION
COUNTY MAN HAS YET AN-
NOUNCED FOR DIVISION
County division was debated at a
well attended meeting at Flemington
Saturday. About 300 people were
present, a third of whom were from
Williston. Messrs. Duval, Light,
Ayer and Clyatt adequately repre represented
sented represented Marion, .and Messrs. Blitch
and Morton spoke for Bloxham. De Demosthenes
mosthenes Demosthenes Payne of Fairfield presid presided.
ed. presided. It is specially noticeable that not
a man from Marion county has yet
made a speech' in favor of county di division.
vision. division. POSTMASTER ROGERS
IS APPRECIATIVE
Editor Star: On my return home
from an absence of eleven days at attending
tending attending the state postmasters conven convention
tion convention at Live Oak, I notice with much
pleasure the compliment paid me by
the Marion County Board of Trade
during, my absence. No mortal man
ever loved the esteem and confidence
of neighbors and friends morg than I;
my every effort in life shall be to
live my gratitude to my neighbors,
my town, county and state by the lit little
tle little things in life that I may do in re return
turn return for their confidence in me.
I am glad to tell you that the post postmasters'
masters' postmasters' convention of 1916 will be
held in Ocala, brought here by the
efforts of the writer for the good of
the convention and the pleasure of the
hind-hearted, hospitable citizens of
the best town in the interior of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. In filling my place onlhe pro program
gram program of the convention, responding to
the speech of welcome by the mayor
of Live Oak, I did not forget to tell
them that I resided in Ocala and Ma Marion
rion Marion county. In placing Ocala in
nomination for the next convention
against the prosperous cities of St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, Miami and Brooksville, I did
not fail to tell of the environment
of our city, the pluck, energy and hos hospitality
pitality hospitality of our citizens. On the first
ballot Ocala received one-half the
votes against all others, then a unani unanimous
mous unanimous vote. My trip was hot but a
very pleasant visit to Live Oak, Wel Wel-bom.
bom. Wel-bom. Lake City, Jacksonville and
Starke. Yours for success, t
R. F. Rogers.
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of hypophosphites of iron, quinine and
strychnine, as a good tonic and for
the upbuilding of all forms of gen general
eral general debility, ORION HYPOPHOS HYPOPHOSPHITES
PHITES HYPOPHOSPHITES COMPOUND has no equal.
Three ounces 25c.; full pint $1. Dis Distributed
tributed Distributed by Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. 22-Ct
PINEAPPLES, 51.00
For 48 "Little Sweetlings" this week.
R. L. Goodwin, Fort Pierce Fla box
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. Macon, Ga., July 5. Three negroes
are known to have been shot to death
last niht by a mob of citizens near
Round Oak and Wayside, two villages
thirty miles from Macon. The au authorities
thorities authorities search today for others re reported
ported reported to be missing. The telegraph
wires were cut last night and news of
the lynchings was not received here
until this morning, when the sheriff's
deputies arrived with three negroes,
who are being held in connection with
the killing of Silar Turner, a farmer
whose death precipitated the outbreak
of race feeling. Turner went to the
negroes home to collect a bill. A dis dispute
pute dispute arose and Turner was shot and
killed. Several negroes who were at
the house, fled. Friends found Tur Turner's
ner's Turner's body. The deputies who
brought the three negroes here, Raid
that the mob numbered five hundred.
COMBING COUNTRY FOR THE
CRIMINALS
Armed posses of hundreds of far farmers
mers farmers are searching today for John
Richey and Thomas Brooks, two ne negroes
groes negroes accused of killing Silas Turner
Sunday at Grays, Jones county.
Information was received this
morning that Will Green and his son
were the only negroes lynched by the
mob last night in the race riot that
followed Turner's murder.
Will Gordon, one cf the negroes
brought to Macon and placed in jail,
according to the authorities, accused
Brooks of killing Turner. There are
no further reports of trouble between
whites and negroes.
CHARLES L. SnEPPARD
Dr. Charles U. SheppaTd died at his
home in Sumraerville, S. C, last night
at the age of seventyfour.
Dr. Sheppard was born in New
Haven, Conn., graduated at Yale in
the same class with Whitney, who was
President -Cleveland's secretary of the
navy. After grauating at Yale he
went to Germany and graduated in
medicine at Goetinzen. While there he
served a3 a surgeon in the Hanover Hanoverian
ian Hanoverian army in Ihe war between Prussia
and Hanover. He returned to this
country in 1879 and settled in Charles Charleston,
ton, Charleston, where he filled the chair of chem chemistry
istry chemistry in the Medical College of South
Carolina, succeeding his father who
had held that professorship previous
to the civil war and who took up the
work again when the college was re reorganized
organized reorganized after the war.
- Phosphates had been discovered fry
Sheppard senior and his son initiated
the fertilizer business in Charleston,
S. C.f ar.d without taking axvay any
of the credit due Ravanel and Pratt,
to Dr. Sheppard is due more than any
one else the establishment on a firm
footing both the phosphate, mining
and fertilizer business in the United
States. When Florida phosphates
were discovered he came to Ocala to
represent Wm. L. Bradley of Boston
in his dealings with John F. Dunn and
his associates. The Dunnellon com company
pany company being formed, he became one of
the directors in that company.
He founded the Sheppard labora laboratory
tory laboratory of Charleston. After turning over
the laboratory to his associates, he
took hold of the abandoned tea farm
which had been. started by the U. S.
government and had proven a failure.
Dr. Sheppard's intention was to de develop
velop develop the tea industry and to give
a new crop to the resources of the
south. He succeeded in producing a
high grade of tea at a profit but was
disappointed in his desjre to give a
new crop to the farmers as the labor
conditions and cost3 proved unsuita unsuitable.
ble. unsuitable. Dr. Sheppard was of New England
and New England has given him of
her best. He spent his years and gave
his love and labor to the south. He
possessed the secret of true happi happiness,
ness, happiness, thinking and doing, for others.
A man has gone to his reward.
NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT
If you want to purchase a new au automobile
tomobile automobile on eay payments, get the
information by addressing Box lf4,
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IN THE MUD BETWEEN TWO IS ISLANDS
LANDS ISLANDS AT THE MOUTH OF
THE EMS
London, July 4. Disaster has over overtaken
taken overtaken the giant German submarine
U-30, which is lying at the bottom of
the sea at the mouth of the Ems riv river
er river in 20 fathoms of water. It has been
located between-the Islands of Rot Rot-tura
tura Rot-tura and Bokum, and the crew has ex exchanged
changed exchanged signals with the divers who
hurried to her assistance. Three of
the crew have 'already succumlrcd,
and little hope is held that any ef effective
fective effective rescue work can be acccm acccm-plishedf
plishedf acccm-plishedf in time to save the rest.
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ED IRRITATED WITH AMERICAN
OFFICIALS
El Paso, July 4. Victoriano Hucr Hucr-ta
ta Hucr-ta was in jail here with five others,
who were arrested on frc.-h charges
of conspiracy to violate the United
States neutrality.
Iluerta is being held because cf his
inability to-furnish $15,009" additions!
bond. Hucrta was displeased with the
proceedings against him and tclj
Commissioner Oliver that if condi conditions
tions conditions were different he would have
shot the deputy who arrested him.
MAJOR GREEN
SAW MENDENIIALL
Major R. A. Green returned today
from Clearwater, where he and 'Irs.
Green went Saturday in rep r. -e to a
telegram from J. J. Mendenhall's
brother-in-law, (not Major Green's
brother-in-law, as wrne think in
Oca'a) asking him to come down.
Mrs. Green remained with Mrs.- !Ien !Ien-denhall
denhall !Ien-denhall who', is entirely he!pks 'end
prostrated..
Major Green talked with hi? friend
Mendenhall, in the county jail, tut did
not discuss the tragedy with him. Mr.
Mendenhall was entirely calm ar.d
collected and faid that his attorney,
Mr. Palmer of Tampa, who had hecn
fully informed of the circumstances,
had Ftatcd that he would clear him.
OBSERVING THE HOLIDAY
The following petition and the re resulting
sulting resulting signatures was the re-ult of
the work of a popular young bufiness
man this morning:
We the undersigned merchants cf
the city of Ocala agree to c!oe cur
places of business at 1 o'clock, July
5, 1915.
Marion Hardware Co., E. T. Ilel Ilel-venston,
venston, Ilel-venston, Z:Z0 p. m II. A. Waterman,
The Murray Company, O. XL Teapot
Grocery, 3 p. m., Ceng's Drug Store,
3:30 p. rru Herbert Lattncr, Court
Pharmacy, 3:"0 p. m., Hayes &
Guynn, if all agree, Melver & Mac Mac-Kay,
Kay, Mac-Kay, Carn-Thomas Co., Kr.i;;ht r.r J
Lang, Jake, Brown, 3:00 p. m., Rhein Rhein-auer
auer Rhein-auer & Co., W. II. Mar.h, II. B. Mas Masters
ters Masters Co.. 3:0:) p. m- Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store, 3:00 p. m.. A. H. Bur Burnett,
nett, Burnett, 3 p. m.
. NOTICE
T will take a class in
ring the 11th at my h ::
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SENATOR BLITCFI
HAS LONG SIGHT

'The last issue of the Williston Cour Courier
ier Courier contains a quarter of a. page adver advertisement,
tisement, advertisement, written by Senator J. S.
Blitch, regarding a meeting held in
Mr. L. W. Duval's office June 21,
which Mr. Blitch says he found in full
blast on the occasion of Ms arrival
here on that" date, and considers it
was held in order to hatch some vile,
nefarious plot to keep the people from
ruling. The Star has some doubt
that Senator Blitch was in town when
the meetiner was held, as it is in

formed that the auto which was
bringing him to Ocala broke down
several miles from the city, and he
did not arrive in Ocala till the meet meeting
ing meeting was over, if at all. Certainly, we
have not seen anybody who saw him
in the vicinity of the said meeting. He
probably obtained his information
from Messrs. Willis and Hester, who
were, in Ocala on that day and hour,
and were so curious to know what
was being done that their back teeth
were loose. Messrs. Willis and Hester
called on the Star and tried to pump

it about the meeting. The Star told
them it didn't know what was doing,
and moreover didn't care a durn, and
guyed them both a while; after which
they went away fairly pop-eyed with
curiosity. However, all the secrecy
about the "meeting was put on to
tease the Williston men, who were
running around like chickens hunting
for bugs, trying to find somebody to
put them wise. In order to put them
out of their misery, the Star will en enlighten
lighten enlighten them as to the mysterious
proceedings, which it seems to us
they might have guessed. A bunch
of citizens, most "of them from that
. part of the county which Williston is
trying to annex, met in Mr. Duval's
office to talk over the situation and
make some plans for the campaign.
Some of the results of said plans have
already been shown in attendance on
and speeches made at Fellowship and

Flemington, and all the others will
work out the same way. There were
no plots to blow up the Williston
courthouse or to bribe Jasper Willis
to make four speeches a day during
the campaign. When it comes to
meetings behind closed doors, Senator
Blitch has engineered as many as any
other public man of his experience.
p. S. The Star has just received
positive information that Senator
Blitch waa not in Ocala at all on June
21. He spent most of the day out at
Blitchton, trying to nurse a debili debilitated
tated debilitated auto back to life.
Senator Blitch is a statesman of
long sight. From Blitchton, fifteen
miles away, he can look clearinto
Ocala and see something that never
occurred.
A good many of Senator Blitch's
other arguments for Bloxham are no
better substantiated than this one.

marks he made about our nation last
year, woulcr be to hand him over to
either Villa or Carranza. Americans,
however, are above that sort of thing.

ODD FELLOWS WILL HAVE
A PUBLIC INSTLLATION

The members of Tulula Lodge will
install their officers for the ensuing
term at Yonge's Hall tomorrow eve evening.
ning. evening. The installation will be public
and all friends of the lodge are in invited
vited invited to be present. The exercises
will begin at 8 o'clock and the pro program
gram program will be as follows:
Orchestra.
Invocation by Dr. Gross.
Chorus.
Installation.
Solo, "From Jericho to Jerusalem,"
by M. M. Little.
Address by W. U. Lathrop, G. M.
Chorus.
Closing ode.
Benediction by Dr. Gross.
Baptist Sunday pchool orchestra
and chorus.

The Star is indebted to Willis B.
Powell, of the Clearwater Sun, for
the prompt and comprehensive but
concise report of the Friday night
tragedy near Clearwater, ; Svhich he
furnished to the Star Saturday noon.
When it comes to putting a great deal
of information into a few words, Wil Willis
lis Willis has not many equals.-

- Tampa is jubilating over the fact
that its custom house is eighth in the
United States in the volume of its re receipts.
ceipts. receipts. Tampa is one of Florida's
best cities and the Star is proud of its
growth.

If the Germans are able to main maintain
tain maintain their offensive in the east they
will probably capture Warsaw. They
are on three sides of it now, and the
Russian armies defending that city
must either inflict a disastrous defeat
on the Teutons, withdrew or be cut
off and captured or destroyed.

It is not likely that the little naval
battle won by the Russians off Goth Gothland
land Gothland Friday will have much effect on
the result of the war,' but it shows
that the Russians do not deserve, to
be despised as fighters on the sea.

If a .British submarine can raise so
much Cain in the Sea of Marmora, it
is strange that a bunch of them do
not break into the Baltic and enable
the Russians to obtain control of
that body of water.

Lots of "fuss about prosecuting
somebody for those Jacksonville fail failure
ure failure made mostly by those who didn't
lose anything in either of them
Tampa Tribune.
If the Tribune will study history, it
will find that most of the fuss about
-humanity's wrongs has been made by
those who had little or nothing to
lose but their lives. Compared from
a material standpoint with" Rockefel Rockefeller
ler Rockefeller and Morgan, Christ was a tramp
and Socrates a pauper. But their
teachings have had effect.

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S'.,
meets at Yonge's hal! the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of eacL
month at 7 30 o'clock.'
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmois, Sec'y.

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge Mo. 2S6, Benevolent

and Protective Orde:. of Elks, meets

the second and fourth "Buesday even evenings
ings evenings In each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcomo. ,Clun house
opposite postoffice, east side.
L. II. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise, Secietary. At.

ODD FELLOWS

Yes, Bro. Benjamin, tne Courier's
type was set last week in the office of
the Gainesville Sun, and it was a nice
clean job at that; A decided improve improvement
ment improvement could be made in the appearance
and tone of the Ocala Star if the type
was set and the editorial matter writ written
ten written in the Gainesville Sun office.
Williston Courier.
It would certainly suit the Courier
better Of our friend Stafford, we
can only say, as Artemus Ward said
of the kangaroo (we believe it was
the kangaroo), "he's an amoosin' lit little
tle little cuss." Its only justice to say,
however, that the Courier is now set
up and printed at home; and it is a
very neat and,, newsy little sheet, also.
Mlll,
Chas. W. Eliot of Tampa, husband
and father of the two women murder murdered
ed murdered near Clearwater Friday night, was
' not the only man in America by sev several
eral several million who didn't know where
his daughter was when the "sun went
down that evening.

Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F

meets in Yonge's Halj every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel

come always extend d to visiting

brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary.

)LUUOX-nUXX MASONIC IA11GK

Marlon-Dunn Lodge rsu. a.

A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening3 of each month at

7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad

WOODME.N OF THE WORLD

On the fourth of July," 1905, ten
years ago, America was more pros prosperous
perous prosperous than it ever had been, the
Russo-Japanese war was endingand
all the rest of the world was at peace.
No person then alive will live, to see
this planet as well off as it was then.
Britain no longer boasts she can
build ships faster than German sub submarines
marines submarines can sink them.

Fo-'t King Camp No. 14 mtets at
the K. of P. Ilallfi at 8 p. m., every
second and foarth Friday. Visltin
sovereigns are- always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

KNIGHTS OF PYTIIIA8

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 8 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. U. A. 31.

The tragedy near Clearwater Fri-;

in South Florida in many years- 1
The evidence is very strong again.-t
J. J. Mendenhall of Clearwater, who
is accused of killing Mrs. Chas." W.
Eliot and her daughter, Miss Susie, Susie,-of
of Susie,-of Tampa. I
It is established by the testimony,
of the chauffeur, Guy Stemple, in
whose car the tragedy took place,
that Mendenhall engaged Stemple to

take him ana the two women lor a

long ride; that they left lampa at
7:40 Friday evening, going toward
Green Springs; that at Mendenhall's
order the car took an old road, in bad

repair, instead of the newer and bet better
ter better one; that suddenly and without
warning, Stemple, who was driving,
while his passengers were in the ton ton-neau,
neau, ton-neau, was startled by the crash of
glass and a woman's scream. Turn Turning,
ing, Turning, he saw Mendenhall in a struggle
with the two women. He tried to
remonstrate, but Mendenhall cut him
short with a fierce order not to inter interfere,
fere, interfere, and then drew a pistol and be began
gan began to hoot. Fearing for his life.

Stemple stopped the car and fled on
foot. He heard several shots, which
he thought were fired at him, and ran
till he came to the main road, where
he met two men (one of them Ed
Haley, formerly of Ocala), who took
him to Clearwater, where he notified
the authorities. Accompanied by the
sheriff and others, he returned to
the scene of the trouble. They found
only the smouldering ruins of the car
and the charred bodies of the women.
Mendenhall had disappeared. Later,
he was found at his home, arrested
and taken to jail.
Mendenhall has engaged eminent

counsel, and beyond saying he is in innocent,
nocent, innocent, refuses to talk. He is a man
of considerable means and has hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of friends. The evidence
against him would cause a negro to

be burned at the stake, and might
even hang a poor white man, but the
Star prophesies that Mendenhall will
not only escape the gallows, but be beyond
yond beyond staying in jail while his attor

neys pull him thru two or three mis mistrials,
trials, mistrials, will never be punished.

Rumor has it that Mendenhall was

infatuated with Miss Eliot, that she
accompanied him on a trip to Chi

cago some jnonths ago and that the

girl's mother threatened him with
prosecution under the Mann act. It is

supposed he took the two women on

the long, lonely ride in the hope of

inducing them to make some agree agreement
ment agreement favorable to him, and failing
became enraged, killed them both and

set fire to the car? If such was really

his line of conduct he must have
been crazy with drink or temporarily

insane.

Miss Susie Eliot was born at Thon-

otosassa 21 years ago. 'Her father, C.

W. Eliot, is a respected business man

of Tampa, and her mother, who was

killed with her, seems to have been
drawn into the trouble solely from

tne natural tiesire to neip ana pro

tect her daughter.

Mendenhall is welL known in Mar

lon county. Of him the St. Peters

burg Independent says:
"John J. Mendenhall has been prom

inent in business, social and. church

circles at Clearwater for several

years, and was popular and respect respected
ed respected wherever known. He came to
Clearwater IG or 18 years" ago from
Cincinnati. When he -arst visited this

section he was traveling spresenta spresenta-tive
tive spresenta-tive of Fugassi & Co., fruit dealers,
of Cincinnati. He has a wife, who
came with him from Ohio, and a
grown daughter, and both have been

prominent and popular in the best so

cial and religious circles of Clearwa

ter. The Mendenhalls were affiliated
with the Southern Methodiri church.

After coming to Clearwater IrTr. Men

denhall acquired a citrus grove and

made a success of it. Later he en
gaged in the lumber and fruit pack

ing business at Clearwater, and was
regarded as one of the substantial

and leading business men of that city.

About a year ago his lumber yard

burned. When the Florida Citrus Ex
change was organized Mr. Mendenhal

was one of the leading spirits and

was- made district manager and prov

ed a valuable man. He has been

closely associated with Mr. John S

Taylor chairman of the Pinellas
board of .county commissioners, in
citrus activities, and they were warm

personal friends. His ability, stand

ing and integrity, have never been

questioned, and until this affair start!
ed the people of the county his per
sonal habits were considered to be cx
ceptionally good."

Mendenhall's First Wife Killed by

Accident

A special from Cincinnati to the St

Petersburg Times says: John J. Men

denhall's first wife, the daughter of a
prominent northern Kentucky farmer,
was accidentally killed about nineteen

years ago, when she dropped a rifle to
the floor. Mendenhall had taken the
gun from a rack on the wall and stood
it against a chair, preparatory to tak taking
ing taking it to the home of his wife's
brother, to whom it belonged. The
gun was discharged when it struck
the floor and the bullet -entered Mrs.
Mendenhall's mouth, making its exit
through the top of her head.

VICTOR HUGO AT LIEGE
His First Impression of th Busy City
as Seen at Night.
Shortly after the Franco-Prussian
war. Victor Ilug. the French oet.
visited Riiium and sub-sejiueiitly
wrtf of his Journey:
TIif? shades of evening drew near
the wind ec:isd Mowing; Pgiits burned
dimly in iie!ghlHring houses; every everything
thing everything l-ecnme half Ut in the dusk. The
pasaengr-H nald. Ve sliall be in Liege
In an hour.
-At that moment, at the foot of the
Jiills. which loomed dark and scarcely
visible, two round balls of fire sud suddenly
denly suddenly glared like the eyes of tigers.
By the roadside rose a frightful dark
slender tower, surmounted by a bug
Came that cast a sinister reflection
upon forest, rock and ravine. Iieyond.
hidden in the shadows, was a mouth
a mouth of live coal which suddenly
oioned and shut, and with hideous
roarings spouted forth a tongue of
fire. It was the lighting of the fur furnaces.
naces. furnaces. "After passing the spot called Fie Fie-malle
malle Fie-malle the sight was Inexpressibly mag magnificent.
nificent. magnificent. All the valley seeced to be
la a state of conflagration, smoke is issuing
suing issuing from this place and flames aris arising
ing arising from that; hi fact, we could imagine,
that 4. hostile army had ravaged the
country, and that twenty districts
presented iu the night and darkness
all the aspects and phases of devastat devastating
ing devastating conflagration some Just catching
fire, some shrouded In smoke, others
swept or encircled by flames.
"This aspect of war is caused by
peace this terrifying similitude of de destruction
struction destruction is the effect of Industry."
ITALY ? NATIONAL GAME

VOTTER PRESS AT A BARGAIN

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, it. A. IT., on the
fourth Fridav in every month at
7:30 p. m. H. S. Wesson, II. P.
Jake rcojra. Secretory.

All the United States government
would have to do to get rid of 'IIuerta
and get even for the insulting re-

OuALA TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS
The Ocala, Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Sarah C. Blitch, M. E. C
Kate B. Howell, M. R. and M. C.

Morra Is Played With the Fingers and
Is Older Than Chess.
We are apt to look on marbles as the
most economical of games, but -morra
is perhaps the inost economical
game in the world, for it demands
nothing but a pair of hands.
The players each throw out the right
hand, with a mini her of fingers extend

ed. Then each has to tail -live."

three." 'eight. or any number that

he considers equal to the number of fin
gers extended by himself and bi op

ponent added together. In this lies the
test, for an old hand can divine by the

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bow many he Is going to extend extend-Whenever
Whenever extend-Whenever a player guesses the light
total in any throw he counts It on his

left hand by folding in a finger of that
hand. It takes nine such correct
guesses by me player to make a game.

This guine is proscribed by law if

practiced In public; heuce the devotees

betake themselves to alleys and by

ways. From the fdlcuce of these re

gions there comes the tell tale howling

of the raucous players. As game u

seeds game, and the wine they play

for Is consumed, the play becomes
more intense, the cries more hoarse

and Toud. so that

tbey were dogs barking.

?o game is older than this even

chess must yield the palm for ontiqui

ty and yet it is as popular and a?
primitive today as when first played

on the banks of the Nila Strand Mag
azine.

one would Imagine

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, $230, loaded on car at
Ocala. Delivery must be made when
new press is installed, sometime be

tween July 1st and 10th. If interest-!
ed communicate with us at once. You ;
will not again have such a bargain of-j

fered. d&w The Star. Ocala.

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SAFETY FIRST

Don't weaken your health by allow

ing yourself to become constipated.
Take a mild, sure laxative. Nval's

Figsen is an effective aid to nature.

not a harsh stimulant. Get a ten centi

box of these candy tablets now, at the j p 1

Annex Drug Store. lC-tf

AUTOMOBILES ON CRZDiT

Do you want to tret the latest

model, most popular medium priced

automobile on easy payments? If so

address Box 1G4, Ocala, Fla. 1-m.

Use Nyal's lamiiy remedies. All

good good for all. Sold by Annex

Drug Stor4. lC-tf

lis iiiine

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

WILBUR VV. C. SMITH
Licensed Embalmer
Phone 10 Ocala. Fla.

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 going
to waste. .
We can furnish you with Canning Outfits as
follows:
S!zc& Farm Canners $ 6.00
Size DB 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 Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables and Fruit all the year round, which is the
case with the Canning process.

Stagnant Blood Given
A Quick Impulse
Wonderful Activity Im
parted by a Famous
Remedy.

The Piano's -Seven Qctaves.
Pianos of stands) rd dze have n key
board of sewn octnves and three notes
Qfty-two white toys. There ts n
reason for this limit. As It ts. the
keys at either end of the keylxtard are
rarely used, and the tones that can
now be produced, from the lowest to
the highest, iuclude ail that hare hot
definite niustcal value to the human
ear. If the compass of the keyboard
were extended the addtd keys would
produce sounds or noises without any
musical significance. It Is possible for
the human ear to perceive sounds over
a ranse of about eleven octaves, but
the production of musical sounds l
confined to the seven and one-thrrd oc
taves. Boston Herald.

A Shortened Visit.
-Did the little plrl "from next door
have a good time? inquired the fond
mother.
"I'm not sure, mamma. said the
wise child. IIer nurse said she could
stay two hours, but I pave her some
lessons on how to behave when on a
visit, and 1 read to her several chapters
from that dear little book you gave me
called l'linctlllous Points For Polite
People, and she went home an hour
earlier. Clev land Plain Dealer.

Th appearance of pimple, boll, ek'.n
eruption and all evident tf Impure blood,
rails for S. S. 8., the famou U.mkI purlLpr.
Cathartics, purges, bowt-l movers and lax laxatives
atives laxatives won't do.
No amount of bile will dtroy certain
perms wLIch raus blood and skin eruptions.
Tbey xe away clown dtep in the tines,
perhaps ia the very marrow of tb bones.
And Bach a condition, rail for the searchln?
Influence of S. S. H.- It I Indeed a-remarkable
remedy, since It Is taken vp by the blood
stream and never loses its mticlnal Influ Influence.
ence. Influence. On .and on it poes. through nnd

the deal for that real estate has been closed and the crdy t! -yet
to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county ha M. t in
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellanc rrr
ords or about 1GO.O0O pages of record matter and amon thefe Is
the record history of that titled
some searching and checking before the abstract man Ir
that he has got it alL
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOl Gil
SO THAT-THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIM1I IN
WHICH Ttt DO HIS RESEARCH WORIv.

finrid. title, and abstract corporation

through the entire system-and alwaye with'

the same definite action to dislodge frrm.

destroy their activity and Ftlmnlate the liver,
longs, kidneys, bowels and ekln to throw
them ont completely.
, It stimulates stagnant Mood, provides a
rational exhilaration to the nerve cmeri and
thereby the natural functions of th Iw.dy ar
aroused to cast out Intruder, no matter how
strongly Intrenched they mny b. It refutes
the ancient theory thnr to destroy wltVtn ns
the erms that eat Into our Ttrrls.cnlls for
drug that destroy our very exff"nee. (it
a bottle.ef R. R. R. today of any di-u-'"'t ani
for special advice on severe Mrxd !" ni--r
write at once to th Medical dris-r. Th
Rwlft Specific fo., luS Swift r.lds Atlanta.
Ga. T not accept a bubstltata. InUi
upon what you ask for.

A Strong Resemblance.
"What a funny looking man that con
ductor is. said Mrs. Jiggles on the
trolley.
"Yes. said Jiggles. "I've been trying
to think who he looks like. Uis face
Is very familiar to me-
Oh, I know who It Is," said Mrs.
Jiggles. "It's our goldfish." Judge.
The Senses.
If you shade your eyes you weaken
your sense of bearing. If you sip a
glass of cold water you will Increase
for a short time your power of vision.
If you fill your mouth with water yoa
will greatly strengthen your sense of
smclL Indianapolis News.

CONCORDIA r-iODdK 3 tj. or
Concordia Lodge, FraternaT Union
of America, meets In A'ongt's Hall
cn-the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Caas. K. 33 ge. Secretary. Ad
Charles Goddard. C. C

TLOTAX OKPKIt OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodare So. 6yy, Tu. O. M..
inlets every Thursday at 8:30 p. "u.
Visiting brethern always welcome Jo
the lodge and club hous. on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffloe.

His Job.
"What Is your occupation? asked
the Judge of a witness.
"Same !c thing, J-dge prayln' for
rain or shine as they're needed an' pre pre-dietin
dietin pre-dietin the end o the world whenerer
the signs p'int thataway." Atlanta
Constitution.

The Insanity.
"How was he noqultted?"
"Insanity
"He doesnt seem entry
"He isn't. It was the Jury that waa
off." Kansas City Times

AS A NUTRITIVE TONIC
One that contains the proper amount
of hypopho.phites of iron, quinine'and
strychnine, as a good tonic and for
the upbuilding of all forms of gen general
eral general debility, ORION HYPOPHOS-

PIIITES COMPOUND has no equaL

Three ounces 2rc; full pint ?1. Dis

tributed by Anti-Monopoly Drug

Store. 22-Ct

Try one of those frosted pints of

Pabsfs Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf

The Servant
Question

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
PHONE 61

L

RY our Fresh Meat it

Wli.

please you. Fresh Veg

etables in season.
Also fine line of Groceries.

(P ffT;

Ocala. Florida,

This i3 our

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HOFFMAN PHESS
-Manufactured for the rrc
Palra Beach and Duck Suits,
heated by Fteam, it can not
The pressure being direct, not ;
it can not wear cr tear. Call i
tt do the woik.

jOcala Steam L

Phone 101 402-404 Scutt ;

! MOOD
PHONF 503
I For Good Wood ;
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have J
Immediate Attention-
J. L. SMOAK j
J At Smoak's V:o; Miop.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.

imu swam ueatc;
Is a Regular "Bonanza" for Ins

They thrive and breed like "wildfire

ter if your house is screened. Roaches, Moths, I
and Mosquitoes will get in. These filthy carrier
discomfort and disease will give you trouble ud

you combat them. Don't give 'em a chance U;"
FENOLE, that cleanly spray, that peerless li :i
hold disinfectant and insect destroyer.
Is sold in Ocala by
Iclver & Mackay, 0. K. Tea Pot Grocery,
Tydings Dru Co.. The Court Pharma

Smith Grocery Co., Ollie

at-

of

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF FEfCLE F?.

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CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
Stale, Cownty anu City Depository.

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Phone Your Grocer for Small Case
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works

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Thought for the Day
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I Have you had a kindness shown ? j
i Pass it on- j
Twas not meant for you alone,
Pas3 it on

Let it wipe another's tears,
Let it travel down the years,
Till in heaven the deed appears,
Pass it on. Selected.
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Spellman, for a
number of years residents of Ocala
and Marion county, but now of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, have left for a six weeks' va vacation
cation vacation to be spent with relatives in St.
Louis, Hamilton, Mo., DesMoines, la.,
and Chicago. They were accompanied
to Hamilton by their daughter, Mrs.
C. E. Gresham, who will visit rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Mrs. Spellman is matron of
the Y. M. C. A. in the state metrop metropolis.
olis. metropolis. Of Miss Nettie Chambers of Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, who i3 spending the summer with
friends in Chattanooga, the "Tribune
says: "Miss Chambers has been com complimented
plimented complimented recently with a number of
very pretty social affairs, and she has
been a member of parties making in interesting
teresting interesting and delightful trips to the
mountain resorts near Chattanooga.
In July she will go to various places
in Georgia. In August Miss Cham Chambers
bers Chambers is anticipating a motor trip t
Cincinnati, with stops during the firsi
part of the trip with friends in Nash Nashville
ville Nashville and Louisville."
' .'
Master Ted Drake, who lias been
enjoying a visit of several weeks in
Tampa, the guest of Mrs."M. E. Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, returned home today.
Misses Louise and Eleanor Nixon,
former Ocala girls, left their home in

Tallahassee today for Hendersonville,

N. C, to spend several weeks in the
Mt. Hebron camp of the Camp Fire

Girls.

;
Miss Mary Reynolds, a member of

the high school faculty in this city a
few winters ago, reached Lakeland
today from New York City, where she

has been successfully teaching in a
school for young ladies. Miss Reynolds

is visiting her aunt, Miss Helen Coch Cochran
ran Cochran in Lakeland.

Miss Elizabeth Mays of Monticello,

who taught in the Ocala schools two

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EYMOON BE CLOUDED BY THOUGHTS OF UNSUITABLE GIFTS.
JEWELRY IS ALWAYS LIKED AND ALWAYS SUITABLE.
WHEN YOU BUY OUR SUPERB JEWELRY, YOU ARE CERTAIN TO
HAVE THE RIGHT QUALITY AND STYLE, AS. WELL AS PRESENT.
WE MMtFZ.QUALITY" RIGHT; THEN THE PRICE RIGHTj
A. E. BURNETT
OCALfTS RELIABLE JEWELER

daughter will be aMay until the first
of August and during their absencj
Mif- Mamie Taylor will keep house
for her brother.

Miss Connor's Pupils at University 1

Hall
Gainesville Sun: Six of Miss Mary
Connor's pupils from Ocala arrived in
the city on the A. C. L- yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and took part in the enter entertainment
tainment entertainment at the agricultural hall of
the University of Florida, which was
given last night under the auspices
of the Peabody club. They were Miss
Maude Mcintosh and E. C. Smith, Jr.,
graduates under Miss Connor, Sam
Phillips, Webster Gillen and Henry

and Miriam Connor of Oklawaha. Lit Little
tle Little Webster Gillen is only six years of
age, while Henry Connor is seven.
They play the violin and piano to together
gether together and are remarkable little per performers
formers performers for their age.
Mrs. Mallory Liddon and son Pot Potter
ter Potter Liddon, of Jacksonville, have ar arrived
rived arrived to spend July with Mrs. if. A.
Waterman, who has also as her guest
her mother, Mrs. 13. J. Potter.
.
Miss Edith Howard, who makes her
home with her uncle, Prof. W. II. Cas Cas-sels,
sels, Cas-sels, and Miss Louise Sanders are
among the Ocala girls attending the
summer normal in Gainesville.
Mrs. Andrew Turner has concluded
a visit to her sisters, Mrs. J. W. Hood
and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, leaving
Saturday for her home in Dunnellon.
...
Mrs. C. S. Cullen, Master Spencer
Cullen "and Miss Miriam Pasteur left
this morning for San Francisco to at attend
tend attend the "Panama exposition and visit
other points of interest in the west.
They will be joined in California by
Mr. Cullen, who has been in Washing Washington
ton Washington state for several weeks.
...
Charles and Ralph Cullen have gone
to Lake Weir to spend two months
with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Pasteur. Little Misses Sidney
and Alice Cullen are guests of Mrs.
II. Harold until Wednesday, leaving
then for North Carolina.
...
Mrs. H. C. Dozier and two children
are spending this week with Mrs. J.

winters past, is in New York taking j II. Spencer and daughters at their

a special course of study at Columbia

University.

Miss Bernice Lyle, who was an in

teresting visitor to the city in June,
the guest of Miss Helen Brown, is
spending a few days at her home in

Bartow prior, to leaving for Cincin

nati to join her mother. 'Miss Lyle

expects to take a course in medicine

at Johns Hopkin3 hospital, Baltimore,
but she is considering seriously tak

ing a degree at Columbia University
before commencing her studies at the
hospital. Miss Lyle, who enjoys a
decided personal charm, made a num

ber of friends while in Ocala who will
be interested in her career.

...
Mrs. D. E. Mclver, Miss Bettie Mc-

Iver and little Miss Frances Mclver

will spend tomorrow in town, motor

ing up early in the morning from
Lake Weir. Mrs. Mclver is president
of Dickison Chapter, U. D. C, and
she will come especially to attend the
dinner which the chapter will give at
the armory tomorrow in honor of the
veterans.

Mrs. C. L. Bittinger and Miss Adele

Bittinger are guests tonight of Mrs

S. H. Blitch and Miss.Legie Blitch at

Blitchton.

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TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOD ON ANY .SHIP
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CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule and further particulars..

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JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Kemp are con

templating a visit of several days to

St. Petersburg this week.

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protect it fron contamination while it goes throuch the processes which re

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have your custom- we deserve it.

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Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Chazal and

children came up today from their

summer home at Wood mar, to remain

until Saturday.

Mrs. M. A. Williams is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Lee in St. Augustine,

after which she will go to Okeechobee

to spend several weeks with another

daughter, Mrs. Thommason.

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Young of the Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha River Farms, are in Atlanta,
the guests of their daughter, Mrs.

Edwin Peeples.
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Mrs. Samuel Leigh has returned

from a fortnight visit to her mother

in Jacksonville.

Miss Helen Brown left today for

Live Oak to visit her collegemate.

Miss Flossie Byrd.

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lattner, who

have had a room at the Tarver home

since coming to Ocala, began house

keerine today in the house of Miss

Meta Jewett recently vacated by Dr.
and Mrs. C. B. Ayer. Mr. and Mrs.
J. G. Perkins, who have had a room
with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stripling,
will make their home with Mr. and
Mrs. Lattner.

.
Misses Rose and Lily Lopez, two

charming Ocala girls, are guests of

relatives in Havana.
.

Mrs. James Taylor and little

daughter Martha, left today for Loui

ville to visit her mother, Mrs. Allan.

From Kentucky they will go to Pitts

burg to visit Mrs. J. M. j5k-eckle, Mrs.

Taylor's sister. Mrs. Taylor

Those Who Liv Only In th Prsnt
Havt No Fear of th Future.
We worry because we are afraid of
nomethlng. Worry Is fear of the con consequences
sequences consequences of Komethiug that has oc occurred
curred occurred or something that may happen.
A curious thing about it H that it La
never associated with the immediate
present. It Is generally in the future,
though Foojetitues In the past.
Animals and .babies who ire con
ecious of nothing but the prdSent can cannot
not cannot worry. As all creatures, except
human beings. live only for the mo moment,
ment, moment, tbey'do not worry because they
hare no recollection ofwhat has hap happened
pened happened and can form no conception of
what may happen.
II u man beings having the capacity
to look back or forward, mentally, are
susceptible to the fear that causey
worry, and. as most persons live more
In the past or future than In the pres present.
ent. present. thU tendency affects for worry
or n according to our viewpoint of
life In other respects. Worry Is mental
fear of an impending something.
Persons afflicted will be less worried
about their condition than relatives or
friends who sympathize with them. A
person may worry tn anticipation of
a sickness or operation, but when they

hare the sickness or the operation ts
performed, the worry disappears, and.
though they may' fear, they cannot
worry In the present- Boston Herald.

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!y. It la a well known f.ict th..to r v3 cf clftickrjei-sos
caused by ailrr -:.! tf tr.-? :!:r,r;t ? crt"nr.5. If you have

body.

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tliep5igietsui'pic:-:i tn:it yur i ter i rc.-;u.re3 trntm r?t,
don t delay a moment, Li ;tic KIj cn jro v? in to eriou iiU.

soon rinhU th? vrrenf. It helps the stench digest the food r.r.d tr.s ru ru-facturc
facturc ru-facturc riourihing Liood. It Lz3 a tor.;c effect md booi enables the
stomach and heart to perform their functions in a r.tura.1, healthy
Kianr.cr, without ajiy cutrida aiiL
A3 Dr. i'k' cj'j CaUfTj iipt!lccl Discovery contains neither n'cohol tsor
narcotics there L: r- react ion. Ftr otct forty yesra it has stood the test of both
use an I abu-e cn.i is ULy thn frrrctrct rcint jy cf iU kind in the worii. ikgria
cow. Take it hrre tvj.-.r. f-U by Ucicine LKaWrs in liqnkl r t&Liet Ions, cr
send SOc to Dr. I'rce'a Invalids Hot!, liuflalo, N. for a trial box.
For 31e ye can crrt tJ?e Cram Sewiie 1 Tedlcal Adrfsrr,
tees r"J t!i:h booed ta pay cost ft mai.nz

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BEST PAYING RAILROAD.

It's

a Little One. Built of Scrap Iron

on Wooden Rails.
The railroad that pays the biggest
dividends on the capital invested is.
according to the Technical World mag magazine,
azine, magazine, the Grand Island railroad. It is
In northern Alberta. Canada. 200 miles
from any trunk line or feed.
It Is only a quarter of a mile long
and built of scrap Iron on wooden
rails, its rolling stock consists of two
battered freight -.irs. which are push pushed
ed pushed along the road by the men who ship
the freight, no locomotives being used.
The freight that Is bandied on ibl
road consists principally of furs, which
are towed up the Athabaska river on
scows huu ted by men. are laden on
the .cars, pushed down the railroad and
shipied again on other mcows. thereby
circumventing the dangerous Grand
rapids. Returning, the scows carry all
sorts of freight for the Hudson Bay
company's factors and are floated down
the river.
The Hudson Bay company charges
$2.CO a ton for all freight on this little
railroad, and the shipper must handle
his own goods nnd push the cars himself.

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COME TO THE SUNSHINE CITY

summer home on Bassey Island in the
gulf. Dr. Dozier, who accompanied
them there Saturday, returned home
Sunday .and will go back next Satur Saturday
day Saturday to bring them home.
...
Mrs. -Mazie Lyles and little Miss
Dorothy Lyles of Gainesville, who
have been visiting the former's broth brother,
er, brother, Mr. G. J. Blitch and family, have
gone to Blitchton to visit relatives for
several weeks.
...
Miss Genevieve Redding of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville is the lovely guest of her
grandmother, Mrs. E. J. Redding.
Miss Redding is a member of the
college contingent and her visit will
give additional impetus to the social

gaieties-now being enjoyed by the

young society set.

...
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd and

the latter's son, Master Harris Pow

ers of Chicago, have gone east to

visit Mr. Shepherd's relatives in Bos

ton and Springfield, Mass." En route
they will visit several places of interest.

Rev. William Dubose of Sewanee,

Tenn., was a week-end visitor at the

rectory, the guest of Rev. and Mrs.

J. G. Glass. Rev. Dubose is making

a tour of Florida in the interest of

the University of the South, the
largest Episcopal college in the
South; also the Fairmont school for
girls at Monteagle, Tenn.

.
Mrs. L. A. Ditto left Saturday for

Jacksonville, to spend a few days

with relatives in that city.

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Mrs. A. F. Joyner and her pretty

little daughter, Mildred Louise, re returned
turned returned Sunday from a months' vaca

tion at Wrightsville Beach, N. C.
...
Mrs. Jack Larson of St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, who has been visiting Mrs. G.
L. Taylor, returned to her home Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Mr. Larson is a real estate
operator in St. Petersburg and has
more money than he needs, but sticks
to his old love about half the time,
and pulls the throttle on one of the
A. C L. day trains through Ocala.
.
Mrs. C. R. Tydings and Mr. Robert
Tydings leave Thursday for Colum Columbus,
bus, Columbus, Ohio, to spend the remainder of
the summer with relatives. Today
Mr. Tydings accompanied by his
mother was a business visitor to
Montbrook and Williston.

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

82G Central avenue, St. Petersburg,

Ha. Mrs. L. P. Butler. 25-tf

NOTICE
I will take a class in sewing begin beginning
ning beginning the 11th at my home at 430 Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha avenue. 3-Gt Miss Wilson.

Twas Cver Thus.
"All men aro alike. They're deceit deceitful
ful deceitful and selfish." "How do you know?"
"A married friend of mine told me so
and warned me against all of them."
"But you're going to marry Fred." "Of
course 1 am. He's different. "--Detroit
Free Press.

PINEAPPLES, 51.00
For 48 "Little' Sweetlings" this week.
R. L. Goodwin, Fort Pierce, Fla., box
T. 28-6t

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an increased demand. "There's a Reason.'
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Golden Slice,
Pineapple,
Raisin,
Chocolate,
Silver and
Pound Cake

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You ryn no risk in buying "Delicious" cakes,

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PHONE 360 :
NORTH MAIN ST. OCALA, FLA.

Of Matters Egotistical.
The r?oti?t wouldn't b satisfied
with himself unk"s he folt that every everybody
body everybody Vise was a!.-o satisfied with him.

Typewriter
Company.

$75 at The

Murray
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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.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf

NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT

If you want to purchase a new au automobile
tomobile automobile on easy payments, get the
information by addressing Box ICl,
Ocala, Fla. G-lU-m

Million Demljohnt a Year,
About a million demijohn are mads
CiiaallY In the United Slates, inl the
Iarg-Ft sues are imported. Tb- ork
In t!$f United -States Is largely clou
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Everybody will be glad to welcome

Mr. M. E. Robinson and family back

to Ocala. They arrived from Tampa
last evening, making the trip in an

auto, and will make their home in the

cottage on the northwest corner of

Watula and South Second streets.

"Sunny Jim" was out on the streets,
helping to liven the town up early
this morning. He has almost a car carload
load carload of goods coming to fill orders re recently
cently recently taken in this territory.
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Would be. a good investment, would it not? I think so,
yet I have a better proposition to offer you.
MOW LISTER
I will sell you a New 5-Roorn Bungalow, worth $1000 or $1200 for
gpD ..
Furthermore I will rent the house from you at a price that will pay you 15
per cent on the investment, and when times are good it will pay 20 per cent
OFFER NO. 2
I will sell you a lot at 50 per cent discount. One lot to a customer These
offers only hold good until JULY IGlli. Let me show you.

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K. of P. meet tonight.
Council meets tomorrow evening.

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Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

Woodmen meet Friday evening.

your toilet articles where quality

counts. The Court Pharmacy. 4t

The watermelon special on the A.

C. L. has been laid off for the season.

When tired out and thirsty come to
the Court Pharmacy fountain. 4t
Oar former fellow citizens, Edwin
Spencer and A. M. Lansford, now of
Lakeland, spent Friday in the city.
"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is
sold by all the leading grocers. Ask
for it. Eight ounces for 10c. tf

Mr. Ci II. Dame, the Woodman or organizer,
ganizer, organizer, is distributing a number of
handy fly-killers, sent here from
Omaha to be distributed among the
choppers and their friends. Mr. Dame
says their significance is that, there
are no flies on the Woodmen.

Nyal's White .Liniment. Use it for

aches and pains, bruises and sprains
Sold Ly Annex Drug Store. 16-tf

The commission men recently in

Ocala presented Manager A. F. Joy

ner of the Postal with a handsome
meerschaum pipe, as a testimonial of
appreciation for his efficiency during

the shipping season.

Mosquitoes we have the only

chaser. The Court Pharmacy. 4t

Typewriter $25 at The Murray

Company.

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W. K. Lane, M. TD. YTiyslelan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,

Ocala, Fla.

Fountain pens at The Murray

Company. t 3t

Houses for rent on Daugherty

street, all modern conveniences. Ap

ply to A. G. Gates at Gates' Gar
age, 15-tf

For plumbing and electrical work

see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300 S

Typewriter $60 at The Murray

Company. 3t

SEETiiJK FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with

fresh vegeta bles, milk and eggs, tf

We are offering a big cut in prices
cn stationery, making room for new

shipment. The Court Pharmacy.

"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is
made clean, sold clean and delivered

clean. Ask your grocer for Carter'

cake. tf

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

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

18 West Broadway

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VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf

Globe-Wernicke safes and cabinets
at The Murray Company. 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

Mr. J. O. Dekle, who is merchan merchandising
dising merchandising at Tavares, is in town today,
having come up to spend a few days
with his family.
FOR RENT Four furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished rooms; lights, city or cis cistern
tern cistern water; cheap. Phone 382. 3-4t

Mr. and Mrs. William Ilocker and
Misses Elizabeth and Lucretia Hocker
spent yesterday at Leesburg the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. Mote.
Little Miss Margaret Ilocker, who
has been the guest of her uncle and
aunt for some time and who expected
to accompany her parents home, re remained
mained remained over for a few days longer
visit,
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Miss Annie Davis is up from Lake
Weir for a fortnight stay.
The reading club meets tomorrow
afternoon with Miss Minnie Gomsby.
The various sewing circles enjoyed
a holiday today in honor of the
fourth except the Methodist, the mem members
bers members being pleasantly entertained at
the home of Mrs. C. C. Bryant on Wa Wa-tula
tula Wa-tula street.
Kenneth Ramsauf, who has been
visiting his aunt, Mrs. Carroll, re returned
turned returned to St. Petersburg today.
Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Mathews left

today for Jacksonville, where they
will spend the week. Mr. Mathews
will attend the annual meeting of the
Florida salesmen of the International

Harvester Company Friday and Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, while Mrs. Mathews will be
the" guest of Mrs. A. II. Inman for the
week.
Mrs. E. F. Newport of'Eastlake,
was in town Saturday doing some
shopping. Mrs. Newport's mother,
of Miami, who is visiting her, was
with her in Ocala.
Mr. A. T. Thomas and sister, Mrs.
E. D. Nail and two daughters were
visitors today to Dunnellon and en
route were guests for dinner of Mr.
and Mrs. Peter McGrilbra, North
Carolina friends who are now resid residing
ing residing on a farm.
Mrs.. II. S. Chambers, baby and
mother, Mrs. Blocher, who are spend spending
ing spending the summer at Lake Weir, came
up this morning to do some shopping.

&3 rr my' Wisdom.
It was never a nappy dnj. for Sam Sammy's
my's Sammy's painstaking father when his
youni; hopeful's school report arrived.
As for Sammy himself well, he was
n philosopher.
The awful day had come once more,
und father was in the lowest depths of
misery.
"Sammy. Sammy." he groaned, "why
Is It that you are at the IxHtom of your
class again?
"What doe It matter, father, wheth whether
er whether I am nt th top or the bottom?"
queried that wise youth. "They teach
the same it both ends, you know.
London Tit-Bits.

POSTMASTER ROGERS
IN HIS OLD HOME

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Phone Orders
Taken Here

Live Oak Democrat: Among the
postmasters here to attend the con convention's
vention's convention's Hon. R. F. Rogers of Ocala.
Mr. Rogers is a former citizen of Live
Oak. He was one of the early set settlers
tlers settlers and saw the tSwn grow from a
wide place in the road to be what he
terms the besj inland town in the
state, with the exception of Ocala,

and it is to be expected that he would
make this exception. While a citizen
of this county he represented it in the
constitutional convention in 18S5, the
state senate, was tax assessor and
held various other offices of impor importance.
tance. importance. Mr.. Rogers has many friends
in this county who are glad to see
him again.
UNCLASSIFIED. ADS
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

Birds of Distinction.
The crow and the bird of paradise
were talking about fame.
"Why. you are so homely you are

only known to the farmers." sneered

the proud bird of paradise. "Now. J

am so beautiful I have iuy feathers on

the hat3 of the society women."
The crow laughed sardonically.

"That mar Ik my friend." be

chuckled, "but I have my feet under

their eyes." Chicago News,
Dark Days.
There are a number of daylight dark

nesses recorded In history, among

them being, those in B. C 205, A. D

252. 740 and 773. There was a dark

day In England In January. 1S07. and

another on Oct. 21. 1S1G. There was

also a dark day In Detroit on Oct. 19,

17G2. On May 10. 1780, there was such
atmospheric gloom over Hartford.

Conn., that the legislature adjourned

for the day.

Uncle Eben."
"I kaia't help bein superstitious
about Friday," said Uncle Eben, "but
I reco'nize dat it ain so much wbut
you does on Friday dat brings Dad
luck as whut you sidesteps on Friday
an' five or eLx other days a week."

Now Ho Reminds Her of It.
. "Hal I've a good Joke on my wife."
"What Is it?"

"She wouldn't give me a letter to

mall because she was positive Fd for forget
get forget It, and then she carried It around

three days In her shopping bag. Bos

ton Transcript.

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 salary.
ary. salary. Apply Fairfield Naval Stores Co.,
Fairfield, Fla. 2S-12t

His Task.

George With the assurance of your
love I could conquer the world. Grace

That will not be necessary. All yon

have to do is to conquer papa. Lon
don Tit-Bits

We take orders by telephone.
This is done to save you time
and trouble.
ITow, you naturally wouldn't
order by phone if you didn't
get good cuts and fair weight.
When we invite you to order
by wire we therefore intend to
give you first class, prompt
lerrice.

H. MARSH'S MARKET

PHONE 108
. Grocery Ocala, Fla.

FOR RENT Five-room cottage with
modern conveniences, gas, electricity,
baths, etc. Apply to Mrs. Jake Brown,
North Tuscawilla street, or phone
1G2. 2G-tf
FOR RENT Well located and nlcelj
furnished rooms in residence next

to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
lonial. 7-tf
ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin. at
Carlt on House. 19-1 mo.
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-Ct

Success la sweet, the sweeter If long

delayed and attained through mani

fold struggles and defeats. A. Bron-

son Alcott.

Diarrhoea Quickly Cured
"About two years ago I had a se

vere attack of diarrhoea which lasted

for over a week," writes W. C. Jones

Buford, N. D. "I became so weak that
I could not stand upright. A druggist
recommended Chamberlain's Colic,

Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The
first close relieved me and within two
days I was as well as ever." Obtain Obtainable
able Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
OCALA SEED STORE
A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
Shorts, Hay and Molasses feeds. Cotf

Dally Thought.
It Is -only the man who deserves a
kindness f.ho knows how to be grate grateful
ful grateful for It Arnold'
Benefited by Chamberlain's Liniment
"La?t winter I used Chamberlain's
Liniment for vheumatic pains, stiff stiffness
ness stiffness and soreness of the knees, and
can conscientiously say that I never
used anything that did me so much
pood." Edward Craft, Elba, N. Y.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.

Traveling plan'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 6 p. m. without giving me any

relief and then told me they did not
expect me to live; that I had best tele- ;
graph for my family. Instead of doing j
so, I gave the hotel porter fifty cents
and told him to buy me a bottle of 1
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and i

Diarrhoea Remedy, and take no sub- I

suiute. l iook a douoie dose accorti-

ing to the directions and went to sleep

after the second dose. At five o clock j
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 from the severity of

the attack," writes H. W Ireland,!

ixmisvuie, ivy. ubtamauie every
where. Adv.
NOTICE

celebratLc

COHJX? tO US

Air -flic Piirc?

and freshest Diiife

celebration ff

VJ Medicine
LtiroiuL idling

Bids will be received at the meet meeting
ing meeting of the county commissioners July
Cth, on making copies of plats in ac accordance
cordance accordance with specifications on file in
clerk's office.
W. D. Cam, Chairman.
P. II. Nugent, Clerk. 21-13t

ADVERTISE IN. THE STAR

Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and E51BALEIERS
PHONES 47, 104, 303
OCALA, FLORIDA

mm n j f m ft

Blood poisoning is a thing much to be feared.
Dress even your sTight wound with our anti antiseptic
septic antiseptic bandages. They, too, are absolutely nec necessary
essary necessary when baby is born.
Buy what you need in the drug line when you
need it from us, and you will get it BIGHT.

4nti-MonopoIy Brag Stor

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J. G. Parrish, Prop.

"WE TAKE CARE'

t

Go Worth by Sea"

MERCHANTS & MINERSTRANS.CO

Steamship Lines
Jacksonville
- TO
Boston
New York
Baltimore
Washington
Philadelphia
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best

service. Wireless telegraph on all

steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.

Automobiles carried.

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

WHEN GOING

EWKTEC EAST or X;

n. r

f

See That Your Ticket Reads
VIA

&TLAflTfl AST
. HTAXDAJW IIAILISOAD OF THE SOUTH

9

M. R. WILLIAMS, J. g. KIRKLAND,
Ticket Agent, "Ocala, Fla. v D. P. A., Tampr "l:
a aa

I IVhife Star Line Transfer' c
& Teams For RentUgh! and Heavy Ilaulir.;:

j: 1
. Tacking. Storing, Shipping of Freight, Furniture, Pianos and Safe--Baggage
Service the Best. '
We Sell BEAVER BOARD Superior to Blaster- or CUIn i
; Qualify and Price INVESTIGATE.
COLLIEIi BIlCS.,- Pronriclcr:.

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