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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1915
NO. 158
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IT. IS BELIEVED Til
CERMlin FOHII OFFICE
Washington, July. 6. The outlook
is favorable for a settlement of the
issue between th United States and
carried-on by 'the latter country. It
is regarded today as having advanced
considerably by the beginning of for formal
mal formal negotiations, which are believed
will pave the way for an understand understanding
ing understanding before drafting Germany's reply.
Conferences between Ambassador
Gerard and officials of the German for foreign
eign foreign office are reported-to have been
held in Berlin Saturday. It is stated
that Mr. Gerard has been given an
outline of Germany's reply. Negotia Negotiations
tions Negotiations are delaying the reply.
AN INFORMAL OUTLINE
Secretary of State Lansing stated
y today the dispatch from Ambassador
Gerard gives informally Germany's
view oh submarine warfare, but the
United States hasnt' replied. Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Lansing let it be known the pro proposal0
posal0 proposal0 the dispatch contained were
similar to those discussed in the Ber Berlin
lin Berlin press dispatches, indicating a de desire
sire desire to clarify the situation before
Germany makes a formal answer.
POINT OF A PENCIL
CAME VERY NEAR KEEPING
HOLT OUT OF THE COURTS
(Special to the Star)
Mineola, June G. Frank Holt tried
to commit suicide last night by open opening
ing opening an artery in his wrist with the
point of a lead pencil. He was foiled
by the vigilance of the guards.
MORGAN IMPROVES BUT HOLT
GOES TO PIECES
(Associated Pre.s
New York, June 6. -Frank 'Holt,
who dynamited the Washington cap cap-itol
itol cap-itol and shot J. P. Morgan, lay in
physical and mental collapse today in
his cell in the Mineola jail. "He has
promised to tell the whole story of his
life when he is arraigned at Glencove
tomorrow, but his condition causes
daubt that he will be able to appear
in court.
Latest official reports say Morgan
is out of danger.
Af dispatch from Glencove this
morning states Holt attempted suicide
at midnight by trying to open an ar ar-"
" ar-" tery in his wrist with a lead pencil.
He had lost considerable blood when
the jail officials discovered the suicide
attempt.
LITTLETON WILL DEFEND HOLT
Martin W. Little ton went to Min
eola today to assume charge of Holt's
defense.
ANOTHER CONNECTING LINK
The theory that Holt and Erich
Muenter are the same person is
strengthened by the announcement at
Glencove today that scars correspond
ing to those carried by Meunter were
found on Holt's body.
QUENCHED THE FIERY CROSS
(Associated Press)
London, July 6. The Norwegian
bark Fiery Cross was sunk by a Ger
man submarine seventy miles south southwest
west southwest of the Scilly Islands. The crew
of eighteen was landed yesterday at
Swansea. Six Americans were among
the crew.
CAUGHT THE CARTHAGE
(Associated Press)
Paris, July G. The French minis ministry
try ministry of marine announces that the
French steamer Carthage was torpe torpedoed
doed torpedoed and sunk by a German submar submarine
ine submarine yesterday near Cape Holies. Six
of the crew are missing.
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AIL DANGER OF A
SATURDAY GAVE AH OUTLIHE
(Associated Press)
RAZ HELD
BELIEVED THAT HE IS RESPON RESPONSIBLE
SIBLE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DEATH OF -,,
SCOTT BURWELL
(Associate Irt3)
New Orleans, July C. Procopio
Meraz, a former Huerta officer, was
arrested here this morning by the po police,
lice, police, who received an anonymous note
alleging that Meraz had confessed to
the writer, who was later found to be
Mancel Eshszerria, that Meraz is re responsible
sponsible responsible for the killing of Scott Bur Bur-well,
well, Bur-well, an American, in Mexico, about
a year ago. Meraa is held federal au authorities'
thorities' authorities' action.
DR. AYER'S NEW HOME
Dr. and Mrs. Clifford Ayer moved
today into their pretty new bunga bungalow
low bungalow home on East Fort King avenue.
There are fewer prettier and no neat neater
er neater little homes in the city and the ar arrangement
rangement arrangement and plans of both, interior
and exterior are not only unique, but
exceptionally convenient.
The house was built complete by
Mr. John "Jack'.' Thomson, the con
tractor. Mr. Thomson made the plans
himself, from ideas jointly his own
and Dr. .Ayer's, and the result has
pleased both the Ayer family and him himself
self himself beyond their expectations.
The bungaJow is finished inside in
natural yellow pine, hard finished,
each piece carefully selected. The
floors and all woodwork is in its nat
ural state with the "grain and color coloring
ing coloring of the wood only enhanced by the
finishing touches of polish and brush.
The walls are the rough or sand finish.
The broad veranda is solid concrete,
the only wood used being two huge
end columns, the entire front of 38
feet being supported by these. The
entrance is into the 14x24 foot living
room, with the dining room at the
right, in front. Pretty little book
cases, china closets and other nooks
are built in. In their construction
these two rooms are practically one.
In the rear of the dining room, thru
which one passes, is the butler's
pantry, then a large kitchen and just
back of this a large summer dining
room, all screened in, with half -walls.
Double steps and a small side porch
give entrance for the ice man and
others to the kitchen from the drive driveway.
way. driveway. A hall passes through the house
from living room to rear, onto which
the other doors open. From the rear
of this hall, a small stairway leads
to the second floor, where there is a
huge attic, capable of being finished
into one great room or several rooms,
if it should ever be wanted for any anything
thing anything more than a storage room.
On the west side of the house are
two large and beautifully finished!
bed-rooms, with an unusually large
bath room located between them and
connecting with both.
There is a huge chimney, all expos exposed,
ed, exposed, in the living room, with "a broad
fireplace in this as well as the bed bedroom
room bedroom immediately back of it. The
inimncy is omit oi tne rougn, new
style brick, similar to those in the
high school building and makes a
most attractive appearance.
The caves of the house overhang
all around three and a half feet, giv giving
ing giving a cooling effect to the house and
protecting the walls and windows.
The foundation on all three exposed
sides is of solid concrete blocks, show showing
ing showing no crevices or openings, ample
ventilation being provided in the open
side and at the rear.
Both Dr. Ayer and Contractor
Thomson are to be congratulated on
the beautiful little home.
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STATE OF NEW YORK WILL VIO VIO-LATE
LATE VIO-LATE LAW AS WELL AS
COMMON DECENCY
Associated Press)
New York, July C. Evelyn Nesbit
Thaw, who was summoned to testify
against Harry Thaw in the trial to
determine his sanity, arrived in New
York Ciiy today, and announced that
she would stand on her constitutional
rights and refuse to testify against
her husband.
The state's counsel said the proceed proceedings
ings proceedings were civil and had requested the
court to direct Evelyn to testify.
INNES AND WIFE
INDICTED IN ATLANTA
Charged by a Federal Grand Jury
with Fraudulent Use of the Mails.
(Associated Press)
Atlanta, July 6. Victor E. Innes
and wife were indicted by the federal
grand jury here yesterday, charged
with fraudulent use of the mail3
based on letters alleged to have been
sent Mrs. Eloise Nelms Dennis, who
with her sister, Beatrice Nelms, has
been missing more than a year.
MORE. FIGHTING IN MSXICO
(Associated Press)
Laredo, Texas, July 6. Six
hun
dred Carranzistias were killed in bat battle
tle battle yesterday in a fruitless attempt
to capture Paredon, Villa's strong stronghold,
hold, stronghold, according to reports here today.
Eighteen thousand men were engaged.
Total casualties, two thousand. Car Car-ranza
ranza Car-ranza reinforcements having arrived,
the attack was renewed today.
FINE MUSIC FOR THE FOURTH
Everybody was Glad When the Band
Came Out
Everybody was glad to see and hear
the Metropolitan Band Monday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. The bandsmen proved they had
been putting in some fine practice.
They played on the square and at the
ball park, and their music made one
of the most pleasant features of the
day.
MONTHLY REPORT OF
DEMONSTRATION AGENT
Berlin, Fla., July 1st, 1915.
Following is a general report of
the work accomplished by me in this
county during the month of June:
There are enlisted in this county at
present 70 demonstrators, 225 coop-
erators and 125 corn club boys.
I have visited this month 54 demon-!
strators, 55 cooperators, 84 corn club
boys and 126 farmers.
Farmers met and conferred with on
the road and in town, 200. Bulletins
and circulars distributed, 200. Letters
written, 7G. Hogs inoculated with
hog cholera serum, 81. Miles travel traveled
ed traveled by team and auto, 440. Held two
farmers institutes, present, 100. At Attended
tended Attended two picnics, present, 700.
S. J. McCully, Agent.
TRAGEDY IN SUWANEE COUNTY
Live Oak, July G. Mrs. Frank
Skeen of this county, was shot and
killed by her husband, a farmer of
about 30 years of age, early yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The man then turned the gun
upen himself and inflicted wounds
from which it is believed he will die.
Mrs. Skeen was the mother of three
children.
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OCAIA Ai CLEARVATER, AFTER CLOSE
. HAD TO QUIT EVEII

From a baseball standpoint, Ocala's
1915 fourth was the most successful
in its history.
The seven-inning game in the morn morning
ing morning between Ocala and Clearwater re resulted
sulted resulted in a tie of 0 to 0. The after afternoon
noon afternoon game was longer and even more
stubbornly contested, and when it
ended in the twilight, the score stood
two to two.
There was a very good attendance
at the afternoon game. The line of
autoes, each machine filled to its ca capacity,
pacity, capacity, reached halfway around the
field, the grandstand was over half
full, the bleachers were crowded, and
there were a couple of hundred other
fans sitting or standing around loose.
The band was out in force, occupy occupying
ing occupying a place in the front of the grand grandstand
stand grandstand and heartening the players as
well as delighting the spectators with:
an average of one tune every inning.
It having been noticed that the band
played during the first few innings
when Ocala went to" bat, some one
called attention to it, whereupon when
the visitors took up the sticks in the
fifth they were greeted with a lively
tune
Following Is the gime by innings:
First Inning
Clearwater: Dodge and Cobb struck
out; Couch flew out to third.
Ocala: Blitch flew out to left; Batts
was out, pitcher to first. Davis walk walked
ed walked and Zewadski singled. Dinkins
fouled out.
Second Inning
Clearwater: Thomas struck out;
Kirk grounded out to second; Howell
struck out.
Ocala: Overmeyer, ; Chazal and
Dewey struck out.
Third Inning
Clearwater: Davis ancj Hicks struck
out, Campbell went out, second to
first.
Ocala: Galloway popped up one to
second, Blitch walked. Batts was out
on a grounder to second and Davis
ended the inning with an easy roller
to Campbell.
Fourth Inning
Clearwater: Dodge reached first on
an error and went to second on an
over-throw. Cobb was out on a
grounder to first and Couch singled.
Thomas flew out to right and Dodge
came in home on Kirk's single. How Howell
ell Howell went out, third to first.
Ocala: Zewadski singled and Din Din-kins
kins Din-kins flew out to right. Overmeyer
was out, pitcher to first. Chazal flew
out to left.
Fifth Inning
Clearwater: Davis flew out to left,
Hicks was out, second to first, and
Campbell was out on a grounder to
first.
Ocala: Dewey reached first on an
error, Galloway struck out; Blitch
grounded out to first and Batts was
out, second to first.
Sixth Inning
Clearwater: Podge, Cobb and Couch
struck out.
Ocala: Davis singled, Zewadski
reached first on an error; Dinkins
singled, filling the bases, with none
out. Overmeyer struck out. Harris,
taking Chazal's place, reached first,
when Davis was put out at the plate.
Dewey struck out.
Seventh Inning
Clearwater: Thon.as grounded out
and Kirk sent a long fly to the cen center
ter center fielder's hands. Howell was out,
second to first.
Ocala: Blitch was out, pitcher to
first: Batts flew out to center and
Davis grounded out to Campbell.
Eighth Inning
Clearwater: Davis was out on a hot
one to Dewey; Hicks and Campbell
went out on grounders to Galloway.
Ocala: Zewadsli reached first on an
error and stole second. Dinkins singled
and Overmeyer reached first on a
fielder's choice. Harris was out on a
grounder to pitcher. Dewey struck
out. Galloway landed on one and sent
it to center, scoring Zewadski and
Dinkins, Galloway going to second on
the throw. Blitch struck out.
Ninth Inning
Clearwater: Dodge fouled out and
Cobb went to first on a grounder to
first. Couch singled. Thomas swatted
the ball over the right fielder's head
and when the ball was returned he
was sitting on third and Couch had
made the run that tied the score. Kirk
grounded out.
Ocala: Batts went out, pitcher to
first. Davis singled. Z wadski reached
first when the left fielder dropped a
fly, but Davis was forced at second.

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Dinkins reached first on an error.
Overmeyer flew out to left.
Tenth Inning
Clearwater: Howell walked and Da Davis
vis Davis singled. Galloway tightened up and
struck out the next three men.
Ocala: Harris was thrown out on a
bunt, Dewey struck out and Galloway
flew out to third.
Clearwater AB R II PO A E
Dodge, 2b 5 1 0 2 2 1
Cobb, ss 4 0 0 0 1 1
Couch, If 4 1 2 3 1 1
Thomas, lb 4 0 1 11 0 1
Kirk, 3b 4 0 1 1 1 0
Howell, rf 5 0 0 0 0 0
Davis, cf 4 0 0 2 0 0
Hicks, c 4 0 1 11 1 1
Campbell, p 4 0 0 0 7.0
Totals 36 2 5 30 13 5
Ocala AB R H PO A E
Blitch, If 3 0 0 1 0 0
Batts, rf ...5 0 0 1. 0 0
Davis, N., 2b 4 0 2 0 4 0
Zewadski, ss 5 1 2 0'0 0
Dinkins, c 5 1 1 13 0 0
Overmeyer, cf ....5 0 0 1 0 0
Chazal, lb 2 0 0 7 0 1,
Harris, lb ...2 0 0 6 0 0
Dewey, 3b ,..5 0 1 1 1 0
Galloway, p 4 0 1 0 3 0
Totals 40 2 7 30 8 1
Clearwater 000100001 0 2
Ocala 000 0 0 00 2 0 02
Summary: Earned runs, Ocala 1,
Clearwater 1. Three-base hit, Thomas.
Stolen bases, Dodge, Couch. Sacrifice
hits, Blitch, Harris. Left on bases,
Clearwater 5, Ocala 13. Struck out, by
Campbell 10, by Galloway 12. Bases
on balls, off Campbell 2, off Galloway
1. Time, 2:20. Umpires, Messrs. Gerig
and Izlar.
MRS. STONE
The sad news was received today of
the death of Mrs. S. C. Stone, who
passed away at Crystal River this
morning at the home of Mrs. L. S.
Black, with whom she and her, daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Fannie Stone, had resided
for many years.
Mrs. Stone was 88 years of age.
She was a good old lady and much be beloved
loved beloved in Ocala, where she lived for
many years at the home of her son-in-law,
Mr. C. II. Dame. She was
crippled by an accident some years
ago, and since had been confined to
the house, but her affliction was
lightened by the devoted care of her
daughter, Miss Fannie.
The remains will be brought to
Ocala .tomorrow and interred in
Greenwood, immediately after the ar
rival of the train from Crystal. The
services will be conducted by the
Christian minister, of which church
Mrs. Stone was for many years a
member.
MEETING OF VETERANS
Marion Camp No. 56, U. C. V. met
July Cth, 1915, with W. E. McGahagin
commanding.
Prayer by Comrade Christian.
The following comrades answered
roll call: Alfred Ayer, J. L. Beck, M.
T. W. Christian, R. J. Evans, B. F.
Freer, B. I. Freyermuth, W. J. Tolks,
M. P. Frink, II. W. Henry. H. N. Knob Knob-lock,
lock, Knob-lock, W. Kilpatrick, T. D. Lancaster,
J. M. Martin, W. E. Martin, W. E. Mc McGahagin,
Gahagin, McGahagin, B. H. Norris, C. C. Priest,
John Pateur, W. M. Richardson, IL
It. Shaw, W. W. Best, Joe Shuford,
J. W. Nance, J. F. Barron, W. J.
Hogan, J. A. McClaran, H. W. Doug Douglas,
las, Douglas, W. O. Massey, D. II. Irvine, L. M.
Raysor, W. D. Eminisor.
The committee to examine the ad adjutant's
jutant's adjutant's and treasurer's books, re reported
ported reported that they found them correct
to a rent, and a vote of thanks was
given all the officials of the camp.
Several comrades gave an interest interesting
ing interesting account of their trip to Rich Richmond.
mond. Richmond. The camp received a communication
from Comrade Jno. H. Brooks, re
gretting his inability to be with us or.
account of poor health.
The camp then adjourned to enjoy
a fine dinner that the Daughters had
prepared for us.
Alfred Ayer, Adjutant.
Tired, Aching Muscles Relieved
Hard work, over-exertion, mean
stiff, sore muscles. Sloan's Liniment
lightly applied, a little quiet, and your
soreness disappears like magic. "Noth
ing ever helped like your Sloan s Lin Liniment.
iment. Liniment. I can never thank you enough,"
writes one grateful user. Stops suffer suffering,
ing, suffering, aches and pains. An excellent
counter-irritant, better and cleaner
than mustard. All druggists, 25c. Get
a bottle today. Penetrates without
rubbing. Adv. 2

OF BRITISH ON GERMAfIS WAS DHIVEILOFF

RUSSIANS

LIHES AS TEUTONS ADVANCE OFFER UORE A!iD
. E10RE RESISTANCE

(Associated
Berlin. July 6. A Great British
aeroplane attack was directed against
German positions in a bay on the Ger German
man German coast of the North Sea on the
morning of July 4th, according to the
German official statement, dated yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. The statement reported that
the attack was a failure.
RUSSIANS MAKING STUBBORN
, RESISTANCE
" London, July 6. Harder resistance
against the Teutonic advance toward
Warsaw is offered bV' the Russians,
according to the latest reports. Along
the 8,50-mile battle front the Russian
lines are apparently holding against
the Teutons, except near Kraenik,
where Archduke Ferdinand's army has
broken through and continues to ad advance.
vance. advance. FIERCE
ATTACKS
FRENCH
ON THE
In France the Germans lire pound pounding
ing pounding the French lines.
ITALIANS CONTINUE THEIR AD ADVANCE
VANCE ADVANCE The Italians report a satisfactory
development of their offensive cam campaign
paign campaign against the Austrians on the
Cario plateau.
The Austrians report severe fight fighting
ing fighting on the Doberdo plateau.
TRAINING THOUSANDS OF NEW
, TROOPS
New York, July C Dr. B. R. Ward
of New Haven, Conn., arrived .today
on the steamer United States, after a
year in Russia. He says the Russians
are preparing extensively for an
early offensive in Galicia, and thou thousands
sands thousands of new troops are training.
RICH HAUL MADE
BY CHICAGO ROBBERS
(Associated Press)
Chicago, July 6. Four robbers this
morning blew up the safe at Midway
Gardens and escaped with $20,000.
CHARLES A. CON A NT
(Associated Press)
New York, July 6. Charles A. Co-
nan t, a New York banker and finan financial
cial financial expert, died Sunday night in Ha
vana, where he was reforming the
Cuban financial system.
AMMUNITION FACTORY
BLOWN UP
( A8?"clatei Pre)
Montreal, July 6. Seven men are
missing and ten severely injured as
the result of an explosion today in the
pkint of the Canadian Explosives Co.,
at Boleil, Quebec.
FIREMEN FURNISHED
LOTS OF FUN
Their Water Fight the Most Amusing
" Event of the Day
The fire department furnished the
most amusing incident of the day
Monday, in their watertight in front
of the Ocala House. The fight lasted
rlffeen minutes and was witnessed by
a big crowd. The two teams, Messrs.
Effinger and May, Keeffe and Stevens,
contested the event most stubbornly,
and finally the judges, Messrs. Charles
Goddard and E. C. Bennett, had to de declare
clare declare the fight a draw. The prize
was divided between the two teams.
A Good Household Salve
Ordinary ailment3 and injuries are
not of themselves serious, but infec infection
tion infection or low vitality may make them
dangerous. Don't neglect a cut, sore,
bruise or hurt because its small. Blood
poison has resulted from a piir-prick
or scratch. For all such ailments
Bucklens Arnica Salve is excellent. It
protects and heals the hurt; is an antiseptic,
tiseptic, antiseptic, kills infection and prevents
dangerous complications. Good for all
skin blemishes, pimples, salt rheum,
eczema Get an original 2 -ounce 25c.
box from your druggist- Adv. 2
Try one of thos frosted pints cf
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AT ODESSA
AFTER TERRORIZING THE TOWN.
WILL HYATT WAS KILLED
BY OFFICERS
Tampa, July 6. A Tarpon Spring
special to the Times says:
After terrorising the town more
than five hours, during which he shot
into several houses, and endeavored to
kill whoever came within"range of
his pistol. Will H. Hyatt, aged thirty thirty-five,
five, thirty-five, a white man was killed by Depu Deputy
ty Deputy Sheriffs Sturkey and Homer
Whitfield of Pasco county, at Odessa
yesterday afternoon about 6 o'clock.
Hyatt it is alleged was intcxicated
all day Sunday and about o'clock
in the afternoon developed a grudge
against his wife, -who had sent a
neighbor to bring him home from the
turpentine still neighborhood, where
he was lying in a drunken sleep. He
knocked the neighbor down with the
butt end of his pistol and started on
a search for his wife. In the search
he entered a number of houses, the
occupants fleeing before him, emptied
his pistol, a SS-caliber revolver, Into
the walls and broke a number of
windows. He shot a number of chick chickens
ens chickens in his neighbors' yards and gen generally
erally generally terrorized the village.
A message was sent to Dade City
for officers and the deputies arrived
in Odessa shortly before G o'clock.
Hyatt is said to have known of their
coming, and .was looking for them
with his pistol in his hand. He is
said to have approached the officers
in a menacing attitude, whereupon
they opened fire. Sturkey emptied his
revolver into Hyatt and Whitfield
fired two phots.
Hyatt was married and is survived
by his widow and a child of about
five years. Ilia' body was buried at
Odessa this morning.
SYMPATHIES OF THE
KING OF' SPAIN
In the Great War Appear to be with
the Allies
Paris July 6 The king of Spain,
ho formerly furnished a great deal
of copy for French newppapers, has
had very little attention since the war.
Pari, began to cool toward Alphonao
XII. in 1913; now he seems to be al almost
most almost entirely out?ide the zone of in interest.
terest. interest. Reports .from' Madrid and
Sa'r.t Sebastian represent hira as fol following
lowing following every development of the war
with great interest .and with sym sympathetic
pathetic sympathetic leaning to the Allies, while
the rest of the court is said to be pro pro-German.
German. pro-German. PICNIC AT TURNER'S POND
A basket diner and picnic will be
held at Turner's Pond on July 20th.
Everj" body is invited. Speakiqg for
and against county division, and.
speakers are invited to come and bring
their friends. Come everybody and let
us have a big rally day. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments will be served by J. D. Will
iams, for benefit of picnic grounds.
Committee.
Traveling Man's Experience
"In the summer of 1S8 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 bect tele telegraph
graph telegraph for my familv. Instead of doir.?
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
stitute. I took a double dose accord according
ing according to the directions end went to !eep
after the second dose. At five o'clock
the next morning I was called by my
order and took a tram for my r.cst
stopping point, a well man but feel feeling
ing feeling rather shaky from the severity of
the attack," writes II. Y IreLir J.
LouisviHc, Ky. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.

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OCALA EVENING STAR TUESDAY, JULY 6. 1915

TWO

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

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

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postolfice as second class matter
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Vice President Marshall has re-
cently been the recipient of many
threatening letters.
The only way Mr. Bryan can secure j
universal peace is to talk Mars- to I
death. And there is nofthe least pos- j
sibility that Mars will listen to Mr.
ty
Bryan.
If the American people only main-)
tained their rights everywhere as
stoutly as they do at the baseball
games, it would be a very difficult
matter" indeed to impose on them.

Tv,n. -.c i,initefm at Yonge's Hall this eve-

atic will take a shot at President Vil
son. There should be a triple cordon
of secret service men around the
president wherever he goes.
The U. S. torpedo station at New Newport
port Newport has quadrupled its output. How However,
ever, However, it can only make one torpedo a
day. Naval officers say it should be
ableto make at least 250 a day.
It is reported that German sub submarines
marines submarines have passed around to the
north of Norway and threaten to
blockade Archangel, which is now
Russia's only port in Europe.
The Germans promptly rescued
their submarine, which sunk at the
mouth of the Ems.- This is the first
instance on record of a disabled sub submarine
marine submarine being raised in time to save
the lives of its crew.
Mr. O. M. Eaton, an Ocala contri contribution
bution contribution to Lakeland, has, at the solici solicitation
tation solicitation of friends, decided to be a can candidate
didate candidate for the senate from Polk coun county
ty county and at the proper time will make
announcement of his candidacy.
Our young friend Stafford, of the
Williston Courier says the editor of
the Star is prejudiced. To be sure.
Who isn't? Is Mr. Stafford egotistical-
enough to say he isn't prejudiced,
or, if he does say so, foolish enough
to think people will believe him.
There is a movement on foot to
shorten summer school vacations. The
Star thinks it would be a great deal
better to make the school year long longer
er longer and not cram so much study into
six or eight months. Our present
school system is trying on the scholars
far out of proportion to its merits.
The Westinghouse Electric Com Company
pany Company has a contract from an Euro European
pean European nation, name not given, but
probably France, to furnish it with
1,000,000 rifles in twelve months, and
to help fill the order has bought the
plant of the Stevens Fire. Arms Com Company
pany Company at Chicopee Falls, Mass. The
Stevens plant can now turn out 1000
rifles a day.
The railroad crossings of the prin principal
cipal principal streets in the city are in mighty
bad shape. An auto in passing over
them must make an outshoot and an
inshoot, which will cause the heads of
the people in the car to swim, for if
it goes straight across it is with a
bounce that threatens to throw the
passengers out of the car or drive
their heads thru the canopy. Its one
of tfce mysteries why our citycrovern citycrovern-ment
ment citycrovern-ment puts up with these crossings. It
is entirely within its rights to make
the railroads put them in good shape
and keep them so.
The Star office Saturday Was the j
recipient of two splendid watermel watermelons,
ons, watermelons, the gift of Mr. P. D. Blackwell,
an enterprising farmer of Summer Summer-field.
field. Summer-field. One of the succulent ovals was
specially directed to the editorial de department.
partment. department. As it weighed 41 pounds,
and was packed full to its thin rinds
with melted sugar, the editorial de department
partment department hadn't room for all of it
and shared with the composing room.
It was the finest melon we have help helped
ed helped to surround this season.
Its the fashion of the too logical
exponents of good government in this
country to blame the chaos in Mexi
co on Porfirio Diaz, who died in Paris
Friday night. They say the troubles j

of the past four years are directly new variety which was not yet old
the result of his dictatorial system 1 enough to make a good roasting ear
of government, which fostered abuses that measured a little over 15 inches
till they reached proportions that com- on the yard-stick, after being shucked,
pelled revolution. The Star thinks pr- Snowden expects to exhibit a
they are mistaken, and the reason ismatured ear of this variety at the
that comparatively few Americans-- fair, 15 inches long1 or better,
have any understanding of a people!

who are not at all fitted for self-gov-;
ernment. The elements of disorder are ;
in the people of Mexico and will
always prevail unless held down by!
a strong man or a stronger and more j
orderly nation. The only thing Mexi-
cans have ever united against was
attack from the outside. They united :
against the Americans in 1846-47, but j
no. sooner had our armies left the j
country than they were fighting each I
other, 'again. r The same performance j
was repeated when the French in vad -1
ed the country in the sixties and I
made Maxmilan emperor. Benito Ju-j

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arez and Diaz who succeeded him gave
Mexico the longest period of tranquil
j ity trie country ever Knew ana it win
; not know another until some strong
. i i in
man arises and takes charge, or some
foreign nation intereferes. There is
no strong man in sight and unless
the United States intervenes, some
European nation will do so shortly
after the present war ends.
ODD FELLOWS WILL HAVE
A PUBLIC INSTALLATION
The members of Tulula Lodge will
install their officers for the ensuing
l"in?T The installation will be public
and all friends of the lodge are in
vited t6 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 school orchestra
and chorus.
One of the worst things about the
Mendenhall-Eliot tragedy will be the
"wages of sin" stuff that will be
handed out by. the preachers and mor moralizing
alizing moralizing newspapers in regard to it.
The truth of the matter is that such
conduct as that which caused the trag tragedy
edy tragedy near Clearwater is going on all
over the country all the time, and has
been ever since society set a standard
of morality that men and women
could not violate without scandal.
Once in a while one of these cases
comes into the limelight thru a trag tragedy,
edy, tragedy, but the great majority are known
only to a limited circle and compar comparatively
atively comparatively few ever break into print.
The causes. are indissolubly welded
into human nature, which defies law,
morality, conventionality and relig
ion. Talking about the "wages of
sin" is mostly mockery. The sinners
are generally the ones most lightly
paid. The burden almost always falls
on the innocent. Even in this case,
Mendenhall will probably suffer far
less than. his own wife and daughter,
or than Eliot, the husband and father
of the murdered women. And doubt doubtless
less doubtless Mrs. Eliot suffered more than
her erring daughter. The wages of
sin exist all right, but the bulk of
them are paid to the wrong parties.
Mr. A. E. Gerig, Ocala agent for
the Equitable, has established his of office
fice office in the northwest corner of Bur Burnett's
nett's Burnett's jewelry store, where he can
see everybody who passes and esti estimate
mate estimate how much insurance they should
carry. In spite of the so-called dull
times, Mr. Gerig is doing a right
smart of business. He is a first-rate
business man and represents one of
the best and strongest companies in
the world, so it is no miracle that he
keeps the, ball rolling.
Mr. W. H. Lane received a telegram
yesterday morning from his wife at
Arlington, Ga., stating that his neph nephew,
ew, nephew, Mr. Hugh Cowart, of that town,
was dying of blood poison, and in the
afternoon received another message
stating that the young man was dead.
Mr. Lane left on the limited for Ar
lington to attend the funeral. Mr.
""S" Cowart was 24 years of age,
the son of Mr. J. C. Cowart, one of
the most wealthy men of the place.
He was a splendid young man, just
starting in business and beloved by
all who knew him. He was beloved
like a younger brother by both Mr.
Lane and his partner, Mr. Layton, of
Ocala!, the three families being close
neighbors all their lives.
Mr. H. E. Snowden of Berlin was in
the city Saturday and made this of office
fice office an appreciated call. Mr. Snow Snowden,
den, Snowden, in common with hundreds of
other Marion county farmers, has the
best corn crop he has ever raised, and
.that on pine land
He gathered an
ear f cm a few days ago of some
E. C. Jordan & Co,
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers
WILBUR VV. C. SMITH
Licensed Embalmer
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.

A STAR CORRESPONDENT
AT THE UNIVERSITY

nondent fullv" intended to take in the t

Panama Exposition this year, but it within the wal1-' a regular student,
being such a year of happenings, to J No more instructive trip can be tak tak-u
u tak-u t.tu t ii.r ; a n ......ten.

far from home, no telling what mighty
happen and it would be sure to happen
if I went along.
There might be an earth quake in
San Francisco and earthquakes and I
do not get along very well together.
I want to be the whole noise or none.
Then again there might be another
slide in the canal, and if so it would
be sure to slide just before I arriv arrived
ed arrived and there would be more trouble.
I don't like slides anyhow and wouM
rather see Leo Hames slide to first
base than to see old Culebra slide in into
to into the water.
Again Japan might declare war on
the U. S. and U. S. spells us, and if
there is to be any shooting of torpe torpedoes
does torpedoes I would rather go down to Will
Merrill's store and buy a five cent box
of the 4th of July kind and fire them
at the cats, than to see the Japs
fire theirs at the U. S. steamers, for
I feel sure I would be there.
Now I can conjure up a good big
number of valid reasons why I should
not go, but will refrain from tortur
ing my imagination any further., ex except
cept except to say that my cousin, Miss Bes Bessie
sie Bessie Haskill, who intended to chaper chaper-one
one chaper-one me, found it impossible to get
away on account of her duties at a
large ladies seminary, where she
holds a very important position, so
feeling the need of relaxation from
the turmoil and activities of Belle Belle-view,
view, Belle-view, I decided to take a summer
course at the University of Florida,
at Gainesville.
I had heard of the useful knowledge
dispensed at that institution and
thirsted for some of it, so on the 12th
of June in full traveling regalia I
boarded the old train No. 4, on the
Seaboard and told the conductor to
let me off at Waldo, to which he
readily assented.
We had no sooner rolled into Ocala
when a familiar face hove in sight,
no less a person than your editor-in-chief,
Mr. Benjamin, hunting for news
items. He always seems to be hunt hunting
ing hunting for news items when I. see him,
and I rather think the habit has be become
come become chronic, almost a hopeless case.
Anyhow, after coming clear down to
that Seaboard depot and finding me
going so far away from home, he on only
ly only gave me a little four line notice in
the daily, when I feel sure it called
for at least half or three quarters of
a column.
I met lots of people that I knew,
and more that I did not know.
I also found that Sniglefoot's fame
has gone all up and down the line,
and that he is the subject of much
discussion in railroad circles, on ac
count of his attachments for rail railroad
road railroad conductors.
Sniglefoot has a fondness for con conductors,
ductors, conductors, and especially for their coat
tails.
After awhile the conductor told me
that we were coming to the city of
Waldo, where I must change cars to
get to Gainesville. I did so and found
a lot of pilgrims bound for the same
place I was headed for, then I took a
look around and saw Waldo, and
when I saw it I was glad that my
home was in Belleview. All the same
the people that inhabit Waldo feel and
think the same of their little junc junction
tion junction city. I do not like junction
cities.
I am not sure, but I think they took
the Waldo, out of Ralph Waldo Em Em-merson's
merson's Em-merson's name when they christened
this town. After waiting around an
hour or so we boarded another train
for where we were going, and we
were on our way when we reached
Gainesville it reminded me somewhat
of Ocala, for the town seemes to be
just about the same size. It is laid
off just the same way, the depots
are in the same relative positions;
the Seaboard depot being about half a
mile from the court house, and the
Coast Line track running through the
town and stopping right off the court
house square, right in front of one
of the hotels.
The court house at first appearance
has a more striking appearance than
our own in Ocala, but the inside will
not compare so well.
These Gainesville people must have
more money than our Ocala people,
for I found things looking more
thrifty, the stores more lavish in their
displays, the houses have a more set
tled and prosperous look, and the up
keep of the streets was fine.
There is certainly some fine drives,
buildings and homes in Gainesville,
and the lay of the land gives it a
picturesquessness all its own.
A handsome boulevard runs out to
the University, about a mile from the
court house, and as one arrives in
sight and the scenery and building
after building unfolds, the view is
something to thrill a pedson, with
pride to think that Florida maintains
such an institution of learning. It is
something grand, and I only wish
that every scholar in the public
schools of this state could make a
trip to tnis place and see wnat a
bright promise the future holds for
them.
This is a boys or men's school and
I am told by Prof. Connor that the
institution for girls at Tallahassee is
just as great and grand as this one
"Now boys take my advice and save
your nickles and dimes, and make one
trip to Gainesville and feast your eyes
on the great institution for learning,
that the great state of Florida main maintains
tains maintains for your especial benefit, and
let fire you with an ambition to take
advantage of what is yours, if you
will only accept it.
Girls, wheedle and beg your fond

f parents until they let you take Just

one trip to Tallahassee and see what
a noble institution is there for your
tent untiI 'ou r,n1 yourself domicil
I eat to live and I live to eat! I
have to do loth to get enough to last
from one meal to another, so when I
; assumed my regular perogative of ris
ing late on Sunday morning, I found
that breakfast was a thing of the
past a memory so to speak and I
also found that if one is not at the
breakfast table at seven ten o'clock,
it means no breakfast, for that day
and I can readily see where this is
goinir to hit me hard. I do not think
much of an eatery where one can cannot
not cannot get breakfast up to ten o'clock, on
Sunday anyhow, but they call this dis discipline
cipline discipline and gue.--? I will have to abide
by the rules. This talk about eating
has got me all upset, and I cannot
think of anvthinrr but the doucrhnut
! : u i m t i i .i
j.n etc i;umt, iiuu jiuw i iuuiu utrvuur
! nail a dozen tiouirnnuts. hall of one
of mother's pies, and several drop
cakes, if they were in close promixity
right now. So I'm going to quit and
if I can got this eating subject off my
mind for a sufficient length of time
will write and tell you some more
about this great state institution, pro providing
viding providing you do not throw this gem in
the waste basket. E. A. T.
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 -10 o clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala L,odge No. 2S6, Beneolent
and Protective Orde.' of Elks, meets
the second and fourth TSuesday even
ings in each montn. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, ast side.
L. II. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise, Secietay. At.
ODD. FELLOWS
TuUa Lodse No. 22. I. O. O. P.,
meets :u Vonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clocTt.- A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to vlsitlny
brethren. J. D. WTilkes. N. G.
V. Li. Colbert. Secretary.
Linox-nuxx masonic todge
Marlon-Dunn Lodge rso. 6
A. M.. meets on the first and third
Thursday evening" of each month at
7:. 10 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
WOOI.Mi: OF THE WOULD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hallfi at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visltln?
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C- C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
KNIGtlTH OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 8 p. m- at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial "velcome to vis
iting brothers.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. S. Ad
CIIA1TER- NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Fridav In every month at
7:30 p. m. H. S. Wesson, II. P.
Jake N"A-n, Secretary.
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.
cocokii.lodf: f. u. ot a,
Concordia Lodge. Fraternal Union
of America, meets ln Yongt's Hal)
fir the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary. Ad Ad-Charles
Charles Ad-Charles Goddard. C. C
LOYAL OP I Kit OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge .No. 6iy, L. O. M..
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. xi
Visiting brethern always welcome Jo
the lodge and club house on Mag
nolia street, near -postoflloo.
WISHED SHE
COULD DIE
And Be Free From Her Troubles,
tut Finds Better Way.
says Mrs. Jessie Sharp, ot this place
d
i wisned 1 would die and De relieve
of my Suffering, from womanly troubles
could not cct up. without pulling at
something to help me, and stayed in bed
most bi thi time. 1 could not do my
housework.
The least amount of work tired me
out. My head would swim, and I would
tremole for an hour or more, hinally, I
look Cardui. the wocan's tonic, and 1
Em not bothered with pains any more,
and I don't have to go to bed. In fact.
I arn sound and well ot all my troubles."
Cardui poes to all the weak spots and
helps to make them strong. It acts with
a a r x ft m At
naiure nox Ejrainsi ner. ii is lor ini,
tired, nervous, irritable women, who fee
as if everything were wrong, and need
something to quiet their nerves and
strengthen the worn-out system.
If you are a woman, suffering from any
ot the numerous symptoms ot womanif
trouble, take Cardui. it will help you.
At ait druggists.
Write t: Chattanocfa Medici n Co, Ladie
Adrisory Dec.. Chattanooga. Term., lor
nstrurtims on your case and 64 pa book. "Horn
Treatment tor Women, m cta-in wrapper. n.U. isa

SYMBOLS AS SHOP SIGNS.

A Legacy From th Old Days Whan
but Few Persona Could Read.
The man on the street, and especially
the man on the street In Manhattan,
does not realize that he Is every day
perpetuating In the slsros that he uses
the customs of a triple who could not
read. In the old days It was useless to
put up the sJsrn njothecary. because
few could n-od It? So the apothecary
decorated his shop front with a mortar
and pestle us a sin of his trade.
We can read now. most of us. but we
cllns to slsns of this sort still. The
symbol lingers.
Here and there a barber tries to
throw off Its yoke by painting a sign
that reads "tonsorlal parlor. but the
normal barber shop proudly sets up Its
totem iote. which retains as a tradi tradition
tion tradition the silent but eloquent testimony
of the former practice on the part of
the barlx.T of blood letting.
Similarly th? pawnbroker hangs up
his trinity of golden balls because thej
orlgtnal pawnbruklns; business was
started by a edict whose "coat of
arms was charged with three golden
balls on a field of silver.
The wooden Indian signifies a to tobacco
bacco tobacco store because It was from the
Indians that the Idea of smoking orig originally
inally originally came. The noble red man has
thus been debased and doomed to hold
forth In afflgy a bunch of cigars to both
the willing and the unwilling.
A boot that swings as a sign says
plainly to every man. "This Is a sho
shop." The 6hoes within will weai
themselves out In the service of thosf
who buy them. A large wooden watch
can mean only one thln. and that I
that the shm owner Is n horologt--New
York Mall.
POTTER PRESS AT A BARGAIN
This office is installing a new press
and will dispose of its Potter cylinder
press at a bargain. The press is in
excellent Working order "and it is the
press on which all of our book, cir circular
cular circular and pamphlet fwork is being
done. Price, $250, loaded on car at
Ocala. Delivery must be made when
new press is installed, sometime be between
tween between July 1st and 10th. If interest interested
ed interested communicate with us at once. You
will not again have such a bargain of
fered, d&w The Star, Ocala.
SAFETY FIRST
Don't weaken your health by allow
ing yourself to become constipated.
Take a mild, sure laxative. Nyal's
Figsen is an effective aid to nature,
not a harsh stimulant. Get a ten cent
box of these candy tablets now, at the
Annex Drug Store. 16-tf
AUTOMOBILES ON CHEuIT
Do you want to get the latest
model, most popular medium priced
automobile on easy payments? If so
address Box 164, Ocala, .Ia. 1-m.
Use Nyal's iamiiy remedies. All
good good for all. Sold by Annex
Drug Store. lG-tf
When tired out and thirsty come to
the Court Pharmacy fountain. At
AS A NUTRITIVE TONIC
One that contains the proper amount
of hypophosphites of iron, quinine and
strychnine, as a good tonic and for
the upbuilding of all forms of gen
eral debility, ORION HYPOPHOS
PHITES COMPOUND has no equal.
Three ounces 25c.; full pint $1. Dis Distributed
tributed Distributed by Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. 22-Ct
SEE 1H15 FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetx Aea, milk and eggs, tf
WOOD
PHONE 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will hare
immediate Attention.
J. L. iSMOAR
I At Smoak'a Wod 8 hop.
r
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.
OcalaGasCompany
PHONE 61
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.

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We are baking all kinds of Cakes every day un under
der under our 'DELICIOUS" brand, and every day sees
an increased demand. "There's a Reason.'
VVe are making
Golden Slice,
Pineapple, t
Raisin,
Chocolate,
" Silver and
Pound Cake
You run no risk in buying Delicious,, cakes,
as we guarantee every piece. If for ANY REASON
it is not satisfactory return it and get back you i
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No Extra CHiarge
For delivering work the same day it is received if it is sent in early
.and immediate delivery requested. This feature of OUR LAUNDRY
is quite convenient for traveling men and transient people generally.
We use the best of everything that goes to giving absolute satinf ac action.
tion. action. Your clothes will last longer when laundered with modern
appliances than by the antiquated methods of years gone by. Come
in and inspect our plant and see our methods of handling collars.
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one kind of trouble at

people bear three kinds all they have
had, all they have now, and all they
expect to have. Edwari Everett
Hale.
Mrs. Mclver Complimented
Mrs. D. E. Mclver was notified yes yesterday
terday yesterday that she had been appointed
a member of the music committee of
the General Federation of Woman's
Clubs. The high honor was fittingly
bestowed for Mrs. Mclver is not only
a musician of recognized ability, but
she has served her home club as

Va to join a party of friends for a
stay of a ve-k, leaving then for Hot

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tend attend the Panama exposition in San
Francisco and return oast to New
York via the Canadian Pacific route.

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The Married life of Helen and Warren
By MABEL HERBERT URNER
Originator of "Their Married Life." Author of The
Journal of a Neglected Wife." "The Woman Alone," etc

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This len t so bad." Warren tnrew
himself into a cushioned chair and
glanced critically around the room
with Its high ceiling, heavy English

Sister Esther Carlotta, of St. Aug- furniture and hangings.

ustine, the well known and beloved
state president of the I J. D. C. will
chaperone a party to the Pacific coast
in the early fall, the party leaving j
Jacksonville on October 5 and return-

"Out. dear, 16 shillings a day for the
room!"
"War rates. What'd you expect?"
with a shrug.
"Listen to this." and Helen read
aloud a notice on the door:

Owing to the shortage of help.

intr nn N'momiior t. The trin will bo

music chairman at vanoua times. hoW-j made throufjh Xcw 0rleanSt oustonJ fee fQ make

ElPaso and Los Angeles, with many ; their own beds until further notice notice-interesting
interesting notice-interesting side trips en route. A "Good stuff!" chuckled Warren. "Do
week will be spent in San Francisco 'em good to make 'em work. Here's
and the return will take the partv j another." going over to a sign by the

through Salt Lake City. Colorado; asnsiana:

ing that omce now, ana nas amy

served in the same capacity in the
Florida Federation. Her friends all
over the state will learn with much
interest of her new honor and at the
same time will congratulate the gener general
al general federation on honoring so strong a
member on its music committee.
Messrs. Edwin Green and Norton
Davis were Fourth of July visitors
to Daytona Beach.
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Mrs. James Badger, of Oldtown, is
the guest for the week of Mrs. E. M.
Howard.
Invitations have been received in
this city to the marriage of Miss
Blanche Rainey and Dr. A. A. Poueh Poueh-er
er Poueh-er which will be solemnized Thursday
July 15 at the Methodist church at
Sylacagua, Ala., the bride elect's
home. Miss Rainey is the grandaught grandaught-of
of grandaught-of Mrs. Blanche Whetstone of this
city and it was while visiting her
grandmother a few years ago that she
met her fiance, who was then making
his home at Martel. Dr. Poucher is
a young man of high principles and is

a practicing physician of Wauchula,
South Florida, enjoying and large and
increasing practice. En route to Wau Wauchula
chula Wauchula Dr. and Mrs. Poucher will
spend a few days in Ocala, the guests
of Mrs. Whetstone.

There will be a picnic today at'D.
S. Borland's packing house on Orange
river. This is one of the annual pic picnics
nics picnics held every year by the Orange
river, colony. Fort Myers Press.
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A happy event of today was the
meeting this afternoon of the Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday auction club, which was held at
the home of Miss Kathleen Jackson.
There were three tables of players to
enjoy the games and composing them
were Misses Mary McDowell, Nellie
Gottlieb, Rosebud Robinson, Catharine
and Mildred Pyles, Margaret Wade,
Catharine and Mary Harriet Living Livingston,
ston, Livingston, Helen and Dorothy Dean and
Mrs. Herbert Lattner. Following the
games the hostess served fruit salad,
sandwiches, wafers, salted nuts and
ice tea. The visitor's prizes were
pretty handkerchiefs and the club
trophy a pack of cards.
Mrs. Goree Nelson of Tampa pass passed
ed passed through Ocala today en route to
Gadsden, Ala., to visit her niece, Mrs.
William Shands, formerly Miss Cath Catharine
arine Catharine Hawkins of Jacksonville. From
Alabama, Mrs. Nelson will go to North
Carolina to remain until fall.
Dr. and. Mrs. C. B. Ayer will take
possession this week of their pretty

and comfortable new bungalow on E.

Fort King avenue.

A cordial invitation is extended the

general public to attend a chicken

supper to be given Thursday night at

7 o'clock at the North Ocala Union

church. Chicken will be served in all

styles, with accompanying dishes.
The supper will be 25 cents, and ice

cream and cake will be sold extra.

The proceeds of the supper will go to

ward canceling the last indebtedness

against the church.

Mrs. J. M. Gross and niece, Miss

Martha Blakeney of Little Rock, Ala.,

are the guests of friends in St. Pe

tersburg. They will return Thursday
and next week Miss Blakeney will

leave for home.

Mrs. G. R. Mckean will arrive to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow from Tampa for a fortnight

visit to her parents, Judge and Mrs

W. S. Bullock.

Mrs. J. G. Spurlin of Lake Weir

who has been the pleasant guest of
Mrs. F. J. Titcomb for several weeks,
left Thursday for Zephyrhills, for a

visit with relatives. Dunnellon Ad

vocate. I

Mr. L. M. Graham of Connor was

shaking hands with Ocala friends to

day. Mr. Graham came to attend the

veterans meeting this morning and to

enjoy the dinner given at noon by the

daughters.
Miss Abbie Munroe and Mr. Robert
Munroe left today for their childhood
home in Marcellus, N. where they

will spend the remainder of the sum

mer. This is Mr. Munroe's first vaca vacation
tion vacation in five years.
Mrs. S. W. Igou and two sons, who
have been visiting friends and rela relative's
tive's relative's in Eustis for the past few weeks.

returned home today.
Mrs. Richard McConathy expects to
leave Thursday for her summer trip.

She will go directly to Natural Bridge,

Springs, Denver, Chicago, Birming Birmingham
ham Birmingham and Montgomery. This party
will have a special train with no
changes made letween Jacksonville
and San Francisco or return. Sister
Carlotta will take young girls under
her personal chaperonage. Suitable
references will be required from peo people
ple people unknown to Sister Carlotta, which
will insure a congenial and happy
party.
There will doubtless be a large
number of Daughters going in this
party and while in San Francisco
they will be shown especial courtesies.
The opening exercises of the general
convention will be held on the even evening
ing evening of October lfth. the sessions of
the convention continuing thrpugh
October 2.?. U. D. C. members will
be cordially invited to attend these
sessions.
Mrs. Weller Carmichael and sister,
Miss Georgia Mulhall, returned today
from a week-end trip to Tampa.
Misses Wenona Wetherbee and
Margaret Howell, who are Ocala's
sole representatives at the summer
school in Tallahassee, write enthus enthusiastically
iastically enthusiastically of their work and though
they have to study hard, their time is
interspersed with most pleasant diver diversions.
sions. diversions. Miss Mary Burford has returned

from a visit of ten days to Mrs. Gay

Livingston at Kissimmee.
Mrs. W. L. Armour and young son

who have been visiting her parents.

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walters for several

weeks, returned to their home at Pan-

asoffkee today, accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. Walters.

Mrs. A. C. Cobb has as her guests

for a few days her sister, Mrs. Fagan
and four children. Mr. Sealey, Mrs.
Cobb's brother, and little daughter of
Alachua, concluded yesterday a short
visit at the Cobb home.

Mrs. G. T. Reynolds, of St. Peters

burg, wife of. one of the A. C. L's. pop-

alar conductors, after a several days

visit to Ocala friends, has returned

home.

Mrs. T. J. Porter, of Lady Lake,

is the guest of friends in this city.

Mrs. I. I. Strong has returned from

Belleview, where she has been visit visiting
ing visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. N.

Nichols during Mr. Strong's absence
at Leesburg.

Miss Anna McDowell, after spend

ing the week-end at home with her
mother, returned to Gainesville Mon

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Misses Elsie Bowen of Norfolk, Va.,

and Eva May Harrell of Whaleyville,
Va., will arrive this week to visit their
cousins. Misses Stella, Nina and Net

tie Camp.

Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, Miss Blair

Woodrow and her attractive guest.

Miss Franklin Harvey, -came up today
from Lake Weir for a stay of several
days at the E. P. Rentz home.

Mrs. A. M. Bobitt, formerly of
Ocala,' now of Clearwater. was in
town this week visiting friends. Mr.
Bobbitt is doing well in Clearwater
in the furniture business.

"Guests will kindly use as few

towels as possible. Laundries are now
running only part time and deliveries
are uncertain."
"Better go slow, on your own laun laundry,
dry, laundry, too. Now let's wash up and get
down to breakfast. Ring for some hot
water, there."
Helen started to touch the button
by the door, but over It was still an another
other another typewritten notice:
"Please make as few calls on the
attendants as possible. The hotel is
now being run with less than half Its
former staff."
"But. dear, we must have hot wa water.
ter. water. I feel positively grimy. That
was the filthiest train!"
"Punch away there! I want hot
water to shave. Get me out a clean
collar, will you?"
Warren unstrapped the suit cases,
and Helen began taking out the most
needed things.
"Dear, I'm going to give yon this
side of the dresser this small drawer
and the bottom one. Here's your
toothbrush and shaving soap. 111 put
them on this end of the washstand."
It was the inevitable long English
washstand with the two massive bowls
and pitchers A single basin with run running
ning running water would have been more con convenient
venient convenient than all this double array, but
their previous trip had reconciled
Helen to the lack of English baths
and running water.
"Oh, these shelves are thick "with
dust!" as she started to put some
things into the wardrobe.
"Hold on there! Don't" take that
towel! What'd that sign say?"
Helen put back the towel and wiped
off the shelves with some crumpled
tissue paper from her trunk.
The maid brought the hot water,
and Warren, who could shave with
astonishing rapidity, was soon ready.
"Dear, don't wait for me; you go
on down and order- the breakfast."
"Nothing doing we're going down
together," decisively. "Come on,"
rattling the doorknob; "you look good
enough."
Helen thrust In a few more hair hairpins,
pins, hairpins, her fingers nervously incapable
under Warren's Impatient glare.
"Got the key?"
They went down the broad red-carpeted
hall to the cage-like "lift."
"That room's closed, sir," a page
informed them as they crossed the
rotunda to the main dining room.
"The breakfast room's Just beyond."
Even the breakfast room had a
cheerless, deserted air. A waiter ran
forward eagerly and seated them at
a table by the window.
"Let's see your breakfast card," de demanded
manded demanded Warren.
"We don't have any now. sir

were always high. Her handkerchiefs
and gloves she washed out In the
basin and hung about the room.
Then came the dreaded task of
washing her hair, which was clinging j
and sticky from the sea air. On the
wall by the telephone was the sign:
Ladles hair dressing parlor oa Erst
boor. Shampooing four shillings; ;

racial massage, five shillings; mani

curing, iwo Enimngs. j
But much as Helen hated to wash
her own hair, she felt that she should 1
not spend four shillings to have it
done.
In her own bedroom, with the spray j
and every convenience. It was hard
enough, but here, without even run-!
ning water, she found It a torturous i
process. i

Every time she changed the water
she feared the heavy bowl would slip
from her soapy hands. When they

were here before Warren had dropped

one on the slop jar. She still had
visions of that crashing catastrophe, j

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fng, .In going over her dot.. : j y, r. : ? n
needed attention after tho wcei c i

j the steamer. There was a ttsttcn off
her shoe, a rip In a too narrow skirt,
j and a spot on Warren's dinner coat,
j Then she made a list cf the se!H
; clothes for the laundry. She woult
' up one outside: hotel laur.driea
toilet water, sne coma cave cnea
! "ith sheer irritability.
; It was not often that Helen gave
way to a temper, but now her eye
filled with angry tears. Her head
! throbbed she was wretched!
j That her first day in London
1 should be spent, like thl3? All tho
,' way over she had wondered what
j changes the war had made in the
streets and shop3. She had planned
; her first excursion through Piccadilly
j and up Oxford street.
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ing fussing over her clothes and hair.
She had given herself a sick head headache
ache headache and spoiled-the whole day.
A wad of paper lay on the rug be-
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dresser. As she picked It up to re replace
place replace it. she caught tha headlines:
Heads her husband's name anon?
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streets Insane. m
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ham Buckingham road, was found wandering the
streets in a pitiable condition. Her
husband, a lieutenant in the Third
lancers, was killed at the siege of
The rest was torn off. With a rush
there came to Helen the realization
of her own petty Irritability. Her
eyes were still wet with temperish
tears. She had worked herself up
over what?

How much she had! How deeply

Stooping over always made

head ache, and when she straightened j Mxil the ought to fceif cnIy

uji iium iuu miai riusuig water, sne
was sick and dizzy.
The mirror reflected her pale face
and dripping, stringy hair. Why did
the English Invariably place the
dresser in front of the window? The
glaring light from the unshaded up-

l per sash would make anyone look

hideous.
With a sudden resentful strength
she shoved the dresser from before
the window torplint; over a bottle of
We're serving only one Dreaxrast
coffee, bacon and eggs, toast and
marmalade."
"How much?"
'-'Five shillings, slr.-
"That's a hold-up." growled Warren,
"but bring it along."
"Five shillings," exclaimed Helen,
"for just coffee and eggs? Why

that's"

"Now cut all that!" savagely.
"Make up your mind they're going
to soak ns right and i3 ft. We're
here, and we've got to eat. No use
putting up a howl every meal," and
Warren retired behind the war news
of the London Times.
When the breakfast was served, he
threw down the paper and peered
frownlngly into the coffee pot
"Can't get a decent cup of coffee
In England, "pouring out the black
chicory mixture.
But this disgruntled mood was
somewhat mollified by the delicious
Wiltshire bacon and the delicately
flavored English eggs.
"I'll not have time to go back to
the room." when they left the table.
"Now what're you going to do today?
Got any English money?"
"Why, yes. dear, you gave me three
pounds on the train."
"Well, take care or yourself. I'll
meet you here about seven."
Helen watched him hurry out
through the revolving doors. Vaguely
depressed, she went back to the room
alone.
Th nTt tionr ?ho rnt !n unnark-

cause Warren was coming back to
her at seven! 'She thought of this
woman, of the countless women, to
whom seven o'clock was now an hour
of anguish. How Insignificant all
other worries would seem to them
If only their husbands were home at
seven!
From outside came the sudden jan jangling
gling jangling notes of a hurdy-gurdy. The air
was "God Save the King." Helen
looked down to the street below where
a weatherbeaten old woman was grind grinding
ing grinding out the tune from an organ draped
with an English flag.
Unmindful of her wet hair, Helen1
caught up her purse and stepped out
on the narrow balcony. The woman,
who kept an appraising upward glance
on tho windows, saw her and hopefully

1 held out her apron.

Helen had nothing smaller than a
shilling, but she threw it down. She
had saved four shillings by washing
her hali and perhaps this old wom woman
an woman had a husband in the war!
As she stepped back through, the
window it dawned upon her that the
woman's husband. If she hatd one.
would "be too old for the war. She
wai merely a professional organ grind grinder
er grinder a foreign one, too, and the flag flag-draped
draped flag-draped organ was but a clever ap appeal.
peal. appeal. Helen's eyes met their amused "re "reflection
flection "reflection In the mirror. How foolish foolishly
ly foolishly emotional she was!
A few moments before she had been
wretched because she had seen her herself
self herself with straggling hair., in an unbe unbecoming
coming unbecoming light. Then she had been
swept to an emotional height by a torn
newspaper item. And now
Impatiently the shook back her
hair. She would stop dissecting her
emotions and waste no more of the
day. It was Just two, her hair was
almost dry, her headache better. She
would still hare time to see some something
thing something of the London streets and shops
before seven.

Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALIIERS
PHONES 47, 101, 303
OCALA, FLORIDA

Voes of the Verse-Carpenters.
First Poet Say, old man, lend me
a nickel, will you? '
Second Poet A nickel! Why, I
couldn't make the first payment oa a
free lunch.

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I OCALA OCCURENCES

Before going on your vacation, buy
your toilet articles where quality
counts. The Court Pharmacy. 4t
Mr. John Seiler the Oak trucker, is
a business visitor in town today.
"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is
sold by all the leading grocers. Ask
for it. Eight ounces for 10c. tf
Prof. R. W. Ervin of the Fellowship
section, is among the business visitors
in the city today.
Messrs. T. B. Pasteur and J. Duncan
McDonald spent Sunday and Monday
at Atlantic Beach.
Nyal's White Liniment. Use it for
aches and pains, bruises and sprains.
Sold f y Annex Bmg Store. 16-tf
Mr. I. Fruchtman of Palatka is at
the Harrington Hall for a few days,
the guest of his brother, Mr. Morris
Fruchtman.
Mosquitoes we have the only
chaser. The Canrt Pharmacy. 4t
Typewriter $25 at The Murray
Company. 3t
Mr. I. I. Strong- has returned from
Leesburg where he has been the past
three weeks putting in the machinery
for a kaolin plant for the China Clay
Company of that place.
W. K. Lane, 31. "D., Vnyslclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.
FOR RENT Four furnished or un
furnished rooms; lights, city or cis
tern water; cheap. Phone 382. 3-4t
Miss Marie von Engelken left this
afternoon for Chicago, where she will
remain until winter.
Houses for rent on Daugherty
street, all modern conveniences. Ap
ply to A. G. Gates at Gates' Gar
age. 15-tf
Mr. J. H. Smith, who recently un
derwent a slight operation on his eyes,
is getting along very well.
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300 J
Typewriter $60 at "The Murray
Company. 3t
We are offering a big cut in prices
cn stationery, making room for new
shipment. The Court Pharmacy. 4t
Judge W. S. Bullock returned Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday from a short business trip to We We-kiwa
kiwa We-kiwa Springs. ;
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
Mrs. W. S. Igou and two sons have
returned home from a ten days' visit
with friends at Eustis and Orlando.
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
A good r deal of excitement around
town was caused last night by the re report
port report of. the rape and murder of a
whitu woman by a negro at Bay Lake.
Sheriff Galloway this morning said
that all it amounted, to was that a ne negro
gro negro had broken into a hous, pre presumably
sumably presumably for the purpose of robbery,
had been discovered and shot while
trying to escape. It was later report reported
ed reported that the negro was badly but not
fatally wounded, and is being looked
after by a doctor at" Fort McCoy.
Statement of

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CONDENSED FROM REPORT TO STATE COMPTROLLER AT
THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, JUNE 23, 1915

' ASSETS
Loans and discounts . .$26,957.02
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures 19,698.25
Cash and due from banks.. 9,226.42
$55,881.69

State of Florida,
County of Marion.
I, F. P. Gadson, cashier of the Met Metropolitan
ropolitan Metropolitan Savings Bank of Ocala, do
swear that the above state statement
ment statement of the condition of said bank at
the close of business on the 23rd day
of June, 1915, is true to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
F. P. Gadson, Cashier.

WEATHER REPORT

This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov
ernment. Max. Min R. F.
July 1 88 72 .24
July 2 88 70 .12
July 3 91 70 .02
July 4 95 72 .24
July 5 90 73 .41
Local Forecast
Partly cloudy tonight and Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, with probably showers northeast
portion.
The picture story, "Queen Mar Margaret,"
garet," Margaret," at the Temple last night, was
most interesting, particularly to those
who had read the book. Another epi episode
sode episode of the "Exploits of Elaine" will
be shown this evening, also an episode
from the girl detective series, and a
most amusing Lubin comedy.
"Fire Chief Chambers and his assis assistants
tants assistants have taken one of the discarded
post office flags, cut it down and made
a very handsome banner of it, which
is now proudly displayed from the
flagstaff on the fire station. All that
was necessary was to cut off the
frazzled ends of the stripes, and the
flag was as good as new.
There was quite a good-sized bunch
of darkeys in jail Sunday morning.
One negro dope fiend was so crazy
from the craving for drugs that Dr.
Watt had to be called to relieve him.
The negro's arm was fairly mottled
from syringe punctures. Another ne negro
gro negro was arrested for buying liquor in
the saloons and taking it to boys on
the outside. One young white man
was crazy drunk and had to be locked
up to keep from doing himself harm.
PICNIC AT CARTER'S POND
There will be a picnic at Carter's
Pond Friday, July 23rd. Every body
is invited and be sure to take well
filled baskets. There will be dancing
and refreshments and a good time
generally.
OCALA SEED STORE
A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
Shorts, Hay and Molasses feeds. C5tf
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
NOTICE
I will take a class in sewing begin beginning
ning beginning the 11th at my home at 439 Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue. 3-6t Miss Wilson.
A Cough Remedy that Relieves
Its prepared from the healing pine
balsam, tar and honey all mixed in a
pleasant, soothing cough syrup called
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. Thousands
have benefited by its use no need
your enduring that annoying cough or
risking a dangerous cold. Go to your
dealer, ask for a 25c. original bottle
Dr. Hall's Pine-Tar-Honey, start us using
ing using at once and get rid of your cough
and cold. Adv. 2
An Easy, Pleasant Laxatixe
One or two Dr. King's New Life
Pills with a tumbler of water at night.
No bad, nauseating taste; no belching
gas. Go Tight to bed. Wake up in the
morning, enjoy a free, easy bowel
movement, and feel fine all day. Dr.
King's New Life Pills are sold by all
druggists, 36 in an original package,
for 25c. Get a bottle today enjoy this
easy, pleasant laxative. Adv. 2
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 dose relieved me and within two
days I was as well as ever." Obtain
able everywhere. Adv.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
Condition of
LIABILITIES
Capital stock $25,000.00
Net earnings 110.51
Deposits .. .. 26,771.18
Re-discounts 4,000.00
$55,881.69
"Attest: George Giles.
D. W. Goodwin.
R. Reche Williams.
Vf ftif Directors

AN ENJOYABLE OCCASION

The Splendid Dinner Given the Con
federate Veterans by the Daugh Daugh-ers
ers Daugh-ers of the Confederacy
Preeminently each year in the an annals
nals annals of Dickison Chapter, U. D. C, is
the dinner given by it to the Confed Confederate
erate Confederate Veterans in Marion county,
usually on the anniversary of Jeffer Jefferson
son Jefferson Davis' birthday, June 3. Thi;
year on account of the reunion in
Richmond taking place during the
week of that date the diner was post postponed
poned postponed until the July meeting of the
camp which was held this morning,
hence the dinner was given at 12:"0
o'clock today.
Under the able management of Mrs.
E. L. Carney, first vice president who
had charge of all arrangements in the
absence of Mrs. D. E.-Mclver, the be beloved
loved beloved president, nothing that would
add to the success of the occasion was
left undone. All plans were careful carefully
ly carefully carried out to the letter, making
the day one never to be forgotten by
the honor guests and the Sons of Con Confederate
federate Confederate Veterans and ministers of
the city, who were invited to dine with
the veterans.
The dinner was given at the arm armory,
ory, armory, the privilege of the central loca location
tion location being a courtesy to the chapter
from Mr. Edward Drake, captain of
the Ocala Rifles. Early this morning
and yesterday a number of the ladies
were busy getting the spacious hall in
readiness. Two long tables, extend extending
ing extending the full length of the building,
weer set, covers being laid for the
guests of honor at one and for the
other guests at the second table. The
festive boards fairly groaned with
edibles, deliciousness and quantity be being
ing being paramount features.
At the table for the veterans Col.
J. M. Martin was assigned the first
seat of honor. Mr. Alfred Ayer, com commander
mander commander of the Second Florida Brigade
U. C. V., the second seat and Mr. Mc Mc-Gahagin,
Gahagin, Mc-Gahagin, commander of Marion camp,
the third. At the head of the table
was hung a large silk flag of the Con Confederacy.
federacy. Confederacy. There were nearly fifty of
the veterans present, including the
thirty-eight who answered to roll call
at the business meeting of the camp.
Dr. J. M. Gross, of the Methodist
church, invoked the blessing and fol following
lowing following the dinner Col. Martin gave a
beautiful short talk, in which he ex
pressed the appreciation of his com comrades
rades comrades for the compliment shown them
by the Daughters.
A social hour was enjoyed by the
ladies assisting after the departure of
their guests, many of whom lingered
to chat. Mrs. Mclver came up from
the lake early this morning to lend
her assistance.
Following are the names of the vet
erans who were present:
Alfred Ayer, J. L. Beck, M. T. W.
Christian, R. J. Evans, B. F. Freer, B
I. Freyermuth, W. J. Folks, M. P.
Frink, II. W. Hem-y, N. H. Knoblock,
W. Kilpatrick, T. D. Lancaster, J. M.
Martin, W. E. Martin, W. E. McGah McGah-agin,
agin, McGah-agin, B. H. Uorris, C. C. Priest, John
Pasteur, W. M. Richardson, H. R.
Shaw, C. C. Stephens, I. W. Stevens,
J. D. Williams, W. W. Best, Joe Shu Shu-ford,
ford, Shu-ford, J. W. Nance, J. C. Mathews, J.
S. Weathers, A. C. White.
POTTER PRESS AT A BARGAIN
This office is installing a new press
and will dispose of its Potter cylinder
press at a bargain. The press is in
excellent working order and it is the
press on which all of our book, cir circular
cular circular and pamphlet work is being
done. Price, $250, loaded on car at
Ocala. Delivery must be made when
new press is installed, sometime be between
tween between July 1st and 10th. If interest interested
ed interested communicate with us at once. You
will not again have such a bargain of offered,
fered, offered, d&w The Star, Ocala.
Cause of Water Bubbling.
There Is an erroneous impression
that water bubbling violently is hot hotter
ter hotter than water at the boiling point
As a mater of fact, the ebullition is
caused by the escaping step.m. which
means lost heat. All water (except
In a high elevation) reaches the boil boiling
ing boiling point at 212 degrees Fahrenheit
and however fast or slow the water
may be boiling it remains at that tem temperature.
perature. temperature. Benefited by Chamberlain's Liniment
"Last winter I used Chamberlain's
Liniment for rheumatic pains, stiff stiffness
ness stiffness and soreness of the knees, and
can conscientiously say that I never
used anything that did me so much
good." Edward Craft, Elba, N. Y.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Peculiar Harvest festival.
At the end of the harvest season
In Malabar there takes place the
dance of the drummers, a popular
function. In which the principal char
acter la a weird figure supposed to
represent the sacred cow of the gods,
Kamachenu. A small boy carries this
about while the other performers,
decked out In primitive fashion with
painted bodices and hideous mask?,
go through a weird dance, accompa accompanied
nied accompanied by much dium-beating and sing
lug,
Pioneer Veterinarians.
The classical Greeks had veterina veterinarians.
rians. veterinarians. But veterinary medicine and
urgery did not originate with the
Greeks. So far as we know to the
contrary, it had its start with the
Egyptians, the v-ondorful ptople who
seem to have originated most of -tha
uspful arts that are here today.
Real Weak Point.
Wen, for the most part, have more
jood ideals than they are capable of
laing. The weak point In people is
lot in their knowledge of good and
ivil nor in their desires to be good,
ut In their wills too weak to reallza
lie longing3 cf the spiritual nature-

FLEMI.NGTON IS IN
MARION'S FAVOR

The picnic and county division meet meeting
ing meeting at I kmington last Saturday was
a fine Lath? ring, though the program
va. s-orr.ew hut interrupted by the
shower,. It was twelve o'clock be before
fore before the Ocala contingent arrived
with Mr. L. V. Duval, whom they
UMnnpped and forced to po to make
a frirech against county division.
Mr. M. 1 Payne was chairman or
m-i.-ter of ceremonies -and performed
.'sat ulfr.rnt iluty with his charact characterise
erise characterise ability interspersed with
fiihtr, of oratory. Wiliston was there
in force a at Fellowship with plenty
of rooters and rioisc makers. Sena Senator
tor Senator Blitch of Levy, they say had made
hiK y porch of about an hour and was
followed by Mr. Cro?by of Citra, then
Mr. Duval ppoV.e about forty-minutes
when the ruin came up, after which
dinner was spread, and such a dinner.
I will not try to describe it as I have
i:ot the time nor a dictionary to hunt
up enough adjectives.
After dinner Mr. Duval was given
ten minutes more to finish his speech,
and was followed by Mr. Shelton Phil Phillips,
lips, Phillips, of Williston, who started out by
teUing a story of a young lawyer go going
ing going to an old lawyer for advice and
submitted three propositions:
First, if I have a case where the
law is strong, but the evidence weak
what should I do? He was told to
lay great stress on the law, and pass
over the evidence or lack of it very
lightly.
Second, if I have a case where the
evidence is strong but the law is
weak what then? He was told just to
reverse the first answer.
Third, if I have a case where both
the law and the evidence are against
me what must I do? He was told
that in a case of that kind he would
have to just flim-flam 'em, which he
then proceeded to try to do, but the
rain came down in torrents and there
was a scramble for the church and
automobiles for shelter. -We left at
3 o'clock and do not know whether
Mr. Phillips got to finish his speech
or not. Reliable information is that
the proposed new county will get six
votes in the Flemington precinct.
AUTOMOBILES ON CfJKDIT
Do you want to get the latest
model, most popular medium priced
automobile on easy payments? If so
address Box 164, Ocala, Fla. 1-m.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
WANTED A party of two or three
to go to Miami in Overland car, leav leaving
ing leaving Ocala or Eastlake Thursday
morning. For particulars phone Mar Marion
ion Marion Bottling Works. 7-6-2t
FOR SALE Young mare, 7 to 8
years old, good saddle horse, works
double or single; five head young milk
cows and two calves; washing ma machine;
chine; machine; five acres of corn ground.
Reasonable price. Address Box 62,
Belleview, Fla. 7-7-Ct
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
FOR RENT Five-room cottage with
modern conveniences, gas, electricity,
baths, etc. Apply to Mrs. Jake Brown,
North Tuscawilla street, or phone
162.' 26-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 hoard at special sum summer
mer summer rales.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-1 mo.
WANTED To Wrow $1000 for five
years at 8 per cent interest. Loan
will be secured by mortgage on grove
property on Lake Weir. Address
"Cash," care Star. 2-6t
ISOME Of TEE THINGS WE HAKE
Jfiron MHal fclne1e.
Jaxon Mrtal Crlllnr.
Kav Trnwjh and Gnttm.
Con.lurtor pw ntttnr.
CrrTratrd Shrim.
Vomica frfi Annln c c-Mirt
Mirt c-Mirt Mrtal RortUn.
-Metal -Jlrirk- SI ft I nr.
Mrtal "Stone" J5l.Hn.
Arm wt.iMi Culvert.
Imperial ftitetet CnlTert.
Turpentine Still and Cvpa.
fheet Metal Cornier.
Sheet Metal Skjlisht.
Ire! lip and ntttnea.
Coppersmith.
General Sheet Mrtal Workrra.
Ak yonr dealer or write for eato-
lonie.
its FLORIDA f iETALPRODUCTS CO.
SCSO Krrncr Ave.,
JACKfOXVILLE, FLA,
Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
Supply Company
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BOUQUETS FOR OCA LANS

Manylocal friends of Julian R.
Bullock, son of Circuit Judge W. S.
Bullock, of Ocala, and grandson of the
late G en. Robert R. Bullock, who rep represented
resented represented this district in Congress
years ago, will be pleased to learn
that he, with W. I. Evans, has formed
a partnership for the practice of law
in Fort Lauderdale, the thriving cen center
ter center of the east coast Everglades sec section.
tion. section. Both young men have demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated that they are able lawyers
and in future years their firm prom promises
ises promises to prove one of the strongest in
Florida. Mr. Bullock, who is a broth brother
er brother of Mrs. Geo. R. McKean, of Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, is well known here Tampa Times.
Julian R. Bullock, one of Ocala's
bright young lawyers, arrived here
Tuesday, and with his partner, W. I.
Evans, will open a law office. Mr.
Bullock is a son of Judge Bullock and
grandson of Gen. Robert Bullock, who
was deservedly one of the most pop
ular men in Florida. We take great
pleasure in recommending Julian to
our people. He is honest and able,
and we predict for him a successful
career in the law field. Mr. Evans is
a yourjg man who also lears a good
reputation and has proven his worth
before the courts of Florida. We feel
that their "coming has added to our
town in a f social and business way.
Success to the boys. Fort Lauder Lauderdale
dale Lauderdale Sentinel;
A. J. Beck arrived here Wednesday
and will open a drug store. He will
succeed as he is one of the best drug druggists
gists druggists in the state, having graduated
from the Columbian School of Phar Pharmacy
macy Pharmacy in New York; besides he has
many years of experience. Such men
add much to our town and we feel
that Fort Lauderdale will gain by his
coming. The Sentinel will stand be behind
hind behind him. Fort Lauderdale Sentinel.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.

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MARION
PHONE 118,
Beauty More Than Skin Deep
A beautiful woman always ha3 good
digestion. If your digestion is fault',
Chamberlain's Tablets will do you
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starter and electric lights $55 extra.

Mo M; CAMMMLIL,
Agent for Marion County

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ARDWABE COMPAQ
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COME TO TUB SUNSHINE CITY
If you want to keep cool and lale a
plunge in the bay. You will finj goo,l
rooms 'and board at ?" per wtck at
82G Central avenue, St. Peter?1 ir?,
Fla. Mrs. L. P. Butler. 2."-tf
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