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VOL. 21. OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1915 NO. 159
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

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ATTEMPT OF THE GERMANS. TO REACH GALAS

PETROGRAO CLAIMS CHECK OF
London, July 7 London claims a
distinct checking of the Austro-Hun-garians
near Krasanik, where the in invaders
vaders invaders are threatening one of the most
important railroad connections with with-Warsaw.
Warsaw. with-Warsaw. The Vienna official statement, how however,
ever, however, says the Russians were defeated
near Krasanik.
Russian and Austro-German re reports
ports reports agree that quiet prevails on the
remainder of the eastern front.
ALLIES IN WEST EXPECT AN
ATTACK
Rumors continue to reach London
of a great German offensive against
the western- front, with Calias or the
English channel the objective. Actual
reports show no unusual activity in
that section. ' ;
ITALIANS CONTINUE ATTACKS
ALONG THE ISONZO
, Italy, continues battering tactics
against the Austrian s along the Ison Ison-zo
zo Ison-zo river.
The Italians report heavy1 Austrian
losses on the Camic frontier, Tyrol
and Trentino line and at Avestano
Peak. The Austrian s, on the other
hand, declare that Italians attacks
were repulsed at several points.
CHECK FOR TURKS IN
' CASUS
CAU-
The Russians report that they have
checked the, Turkish offensive move movement
ment movement in the Caucasus.
FIGHTING FIERCE ALONG WEST WESTERN
ERN WESTERN FRONT
Heavy fighting is reported along
the western front. The. French admit
that the Germans have gained ground
near St. Mihiel, but claim that the
Teutons were repulsed north of Arras
and in the Lepetre forest.
OTTOMAN LOSSES IMMENSE
The French report states that the
Turkish forces suffered enormous
losses in the attack on the Darna Darna-nelles
nelles Darna-nelles by the allies July 5th.
EVELYI1 MUST APPEAR
INQUISITION METHODS BEING
USED BY NEW YORK
COURTS
'(Associated Press)
New York, July 7. A body attach attachment
ment attachment was issued by Justice Hendrick
today for Evelyn Nesbit Thaw, who
failed to appear and testify yesterday
in the sanitay trial of her husband,
Harry Thaw. v
OFFICERS OF THE
K. OF P. 4 INSTALLED
The K. of P. installed officers for
the ensuing year Monday night. There
was a large attendance on the cere cere-.
. cere-. monies, which were impressive, and
were followed by talks for the good
of the order
Following are the names of the offi officers
cers officers installed:
C. C. Charles Howell.
V. C. J. G. Ferguson.
Prelate Barney Spencer.
II. of W. J. W. Akin.
M. of A.-G. A. Nash.
I. G. R. T. Weaver.
O. G. Joseph Lamar.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf

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TEUTONIC ADVANCE OH CAPITOL
SAY THEY ARE PUSHING Oil
(Associated Press)
LOCAL LEGISLATION
Ed Carmichaei Makes the City a Pub Public'
lic' Public' Spirited Offer
Eery member of the city council
wasjin his seat last night at the reg regular
ular regular meeting.
Mr. A. T. Thomas -of the Woodmar
i
Sand & Stone Co., appeared and asked
that a portion cf the .bill due for side side-Walk
Walk side-Walk construction be paid at this time,
and the balance on Jan. 1, the latter
to bear interest from date at 6 The
finance committee was authorized to
negotiate paving certificates to raise
the first payment and pay same over
to the Woodmar company. v
Mr. C. Carmichaei was present in
the interest of his proposition made
some weeks ago to straighten the Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs boulevard near the
springs, shortening the route and
avoiding the crossing of the Ocala
Northern railroad tracks twice. His
proposition, besides furnishing teams
for the work, included the granting of
property for the erection of municipal
docks at the springs. The city attor attorney
ney attorney was instructed to draw up con contracts
tracts contracts for the work and submit to the
council for ratification. The proposed
new route will run just south of the
railroad tracks.
Mr. Frank Gates was allowed the
one, two and three year plan for pav paving
ing paving assessments.
Mrs. Messett was granted permis permission
sion permission to make addition to her residence
on North Magnolia street upon ap-.
proval of building committee.
City Collector Clyatt asked that the
city either pay for the execution of
his bond with a surety company or al allow
low allow him to furnish a personal bond.
He-was allowed to furnish a personal
bond.
The matter of disposing of tax cer certificates
tificates certificates of some years standing, which
have been in the hands of the city at attorney,
torney, attorney, was taken up. They were re referred
ferred referred to the finance committee, city
attorney and collector to devise plans
for collection, their findings to be re referred
ferred referred back to the council for ap approval.
proval. approval. The finance committee was instruct instructed
ed instructed to convert into cash a number of
naving certificates upon approval of
the council.
Communication was read from Mrs.
M. B. Miller, proposing to take up
paving certificates and back taxes on
property on Fort King avenue without
interest. It was ordered that such ac action
tion action be allowed, in the case of taxes,
and that the paving certificates be re returned
turned returned with 6 per cent interest from
date of issue, provided same were re redeemed
deemed redeemed at once.
Property owners on East Adams
street asked that sidewalks in that
section be completed. Referred to city
attorney.
When contracts were let for the
construction of sidewalks some months
aro some oroperty owners asked that
they be allowed to build their own
walks, which wa3-granted. In many
instances, these walks have not been
built. The clerk was instructed to
! ascertain a list of the delinauents and
notify them that unless thee walks
are completed within sixty days the
city will immediately contract for and
have the same built as contemplated
by the ordinance.
The city attorney was instructed to
proceed with su't in six cases for the
collection of paving certificates, costs
of suit to be borne by the city.

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njnjjT: FOR OCALA; trann ic rim
Hljl I I VISITING- TEAM RAN ALL' flO J i.L'OlJ , L, lJ ,
AROUND THE LOCALS IN j

EXPECTED BK ALLIES
OF
POLAND BUI AUSTRIAN
Mr. Louis Long's communication,
asking that the ordinance regulating
the actions of porters, hackmen, etc.,
at the railway stations be more rigid rigidly
ly rigidly enforced, was referred to the police
committee and city marshal.
Petition from residents of East
Adams street, requesting the placing
of said street from Daugherty to High
in passable condition, was referred to
the street committee.
Merchandise license No. 290 was al allowed
lowed allowed to be transferred from Robert
Davis to J. Brown.
Mr. A. O. Harris was allowed to
make one, two and three-year pay payments
ments payments on paving certificates.
On approval of the building com committee
mittee committee the cottage belonging to the
city at the corner of Orange avenue
and South Fifth street was ordered
rented at $15 per month in advance.
The committee was authorized to have
the property wired for electricity,, and
bid of Mr. J. McL. Thomas was ac accepted
cepted accepted for said work.
Repairs to the roof the city stables
in the third ward was referred to the
building committee with power to act.
Action of the building committee in
granting the priviledge of erecting a
40 x 80 frame iron roof building at
the comer of South Magnolia and
Third streets, was approved.
Two applications were filed for
night policemen.
Application of A. J. Keirman, of
Fernandina, as plumbing inspector
was filed for information, there being
no provision at present for such po position.
sition. position. Communication from Judge Lester
Warner proposes to grant the city a
right of way for the extension of
South Tenth street in exchange for a
15-foot alley on south of the block.
Referred to street committee, to re report
port report at next meeting.
County taxes on the civic center
lot for 1914 were ordered paid, and
city attorney ordered to proceed to
collect the amount from owner of the
property. 1
Action of building committee allow allowing
ing allowing changes on east end of Ocala
House approved.
The city clerk reported delivery of
one hundred sewer bonds and fifty fifty-five
five fifty-five 'water works bonds to the secre secretary
tary secretary of the bond trustees and pre presented
sented presented receipt for same. Receipt was
ordered placed on minutes. Coupons
1, 2, 3 and 4 of the water works
bonds were detached and ordered de destroyed.
stroyed. destroyed. Upon recommendation of Health Of Officer
ficer Officer Watt, the board of health for
the ensuing year will be composed of
Drs. E. Van Hood and H. C. Dozier
and Miss Nellie Stevens.
The report of the health officer
showed one market in poor condition,
and instructions were given by the
council that unless said establishment
is put in sanitary condition at once
the license is to be revoked.
An ordinance was put on its first
reading fixing the date of maturity
on paving certificates issued in pay payment
ment payment of sidewalk construction.
All bills properly audited were or ordered
dered ordered paid.
In accordance with resolution the
city clerk will at once issue paving
certificates gainst properties included
in the recent paving ordinance where
they have been completed.
On motion Mr. Edwin W. Davis was
allowed credit for S75 on his paving
expense on account of removal of a
cement wall by the contractors on the
(Concluded on Eighth Page)

VISITING TEAM RAN ALL
AROUND THE LOCALS IN
YESTERDAY AFTER AFTERNOON'S
NOON'S AFTERNOON'S GAME
Tuesday was an off day for Ocala

on the baseball field. For the first
few innings, the home team went alii
to pieces, and before it could get .o .o-gether
gether .o-gether the isitors piled up a stac.c
of runs that it would have been no
use fcr Matty and Ty Cobb to buck
against. In th meantime, Clearwater
put in its best iicks. It put up its
famous left-handed pitcher, McMulIen,
and gave him solid support. Hicka
caught.
At the beginning of the game, Clark
pitched and Bullock caught. .Clark
pitched a good game, but his support
was ragged. He retired after the first,
and Overmeyer took his place, but
the luck did not change. The game
went steadily for Clearwater until
the fifth inningj by whi;h time the
visitors had ten runs. Then Dinkins
landed on the ball and brought Ze Ze-wadski
wadski Ze-wadski home.
In the sixth, Ocala changed its
battery to Galloway and Dinkins, and
the team began to play ball. In the
next three innings the visitors did not
score, but in the ninth they made their
eleventh run, and the game was over.
Following is the game by innings:
First Inning
Clearwater: 'Dodge struck out;
Couch flew out to right. Kirk was
safe when Davis threw wild to first;
Howell singled and Campbell sent a
double, out to center, scoring Kirk and
Thomas.. McMulIen singled, scoring
Howell and Campbell. Davis walked
and McMulIen scored on an over overthrow.
throw. overthrow. Hicks walked and Dodge flew
out to right.
Ocala: Overmeyer, Harris and Da Davis
vis Davis struck out.
Second Inning
Clearwater: Couch singled; Kirk
struck out. Thomas fouled out to
Dewey, who threw to second, making
a double.
Ocala: Batts grounded out to Mc McMulIen,
MulIen, McMulIen, Zewadski flew out to right
and Bullock struck out.
Third Inning
Clearwater: Howell was retired by
a fine running catch by Blitch over in
the automobiles. Campbell walked and
stole second. McMulIen fouled out to
third. Dayis singled, scoring Campbell.
Hicks drove, one to center and Mc McMulIen
MulIen McMulIen scored while Hicks was being
put out at second. Blitch struck out.
Ocala: Blitch struck out. Dewey flew
out to center and Galloway struck
out.
Fourth Inning
Clearwater: Dodge struck
Couch grounded out to third.
out.
singled but was out stealing.
Ocala: Overmeyer was safe on an
error. Harris struck out
and Over-

meyer was caught playing off second. Dractically are agreed that the Unit Unit-Davis
Davis Unit-Davis flew out to right. ed States cannot without sacrificing

Fifth Inning
Clearwater: Thomas reached first
on pitcher's error, Howell was out on
a grounder to first. Campbell reached
first on an error and McMulIen walk walked.
ed. walked. Davis singled, scoring Thomas and
Campbell. McMulIen scored on a pass passed
ed passed ball and Hicks reached first on a
fielder's choice, Davis being put out at
third. Dodge was out on a grounder to
third

Ocala: Galloway and Dinkins were0f Belleview, committed suicide at
put in the game in this inning. Batts the home of his brother, Adam Haf Haf-flew
flew Haf-flew out to short. Zewadski reached' ner. in that town this morniner.

i first on an error. Dinkins came up and'
the first ball McMulIen threw he land-'
'ed on and sent it to the high bank
? near the left field fence for a two-
! bagger, scoring Zewadski. Blitch
; grounded out to pitcher and Dewey
i struck out.
Sixth Inning
Clearwater: Couch went out, pitcher
to first. Kirk reached first on an error,
! Thomas reached first on short's error.
Kirk was out for failing to touch a
, base. Howell singled but was caught
i at second.
; Ocala: Chazal reached first cn an
(Concluded on Eighth Page)

CB1MIMAL CRA1 CLOSED A STORMY CAREER
DYNAMITER AND WOULD-BE ASSASSIN BROKE HIS NECK
BY JUMPING FROM CELL DOOR

(Associated
New York, July 7. Frank Holt,
who shot J. P. Morgan and exploded a;
bomb in the Washington capitol, lay
dead today at an undertaker's shop,
in Hempstead, Long Island. The au autopsy
topsy autopsy this morning established that
Holt committed suicide by leaping
from the top of his cell door in the
Mineola jail, while the keeper's t-ck
was turned, last night.
The New York police today had
Holt's trunk, containing 134 half
pound sticks of dynamite. It is be believed
lieved believed that Holt planned to wreck pub public
lic public buildings in a number of cities.
IDENTIFIED AS MUENTER
Chicago, July 6. Professor Chester
Gould of the University of Chicago,
today identified Frank Holt as Erich
Muenter, who was accused of poison
ing his wife at Bambridge, Mass., in
1906. Prof. Gould said he identified
Holt as Muenter while at Cornell last
November, but decided not to expose
Holt, as he was getting along nicely.
POSITIVE IDENTIFICATION
Three Massachusetts citizens today
positively identified Holt as Erich
Muenter.
ANSWER WILL HOT
BE
SULLEN CLOUDS AGAIN GATHER
OVER THE DIPLOMATIC
SITUATION
(Associated Press)
Washington, July .7 Germsny has
Submitted informally to the United
States through Ambassador Gerard in
Berlin a tentative draft of its reply to
the note of June 9, which asked for
assurances that American rights on
the high seas would hot be further
violated by German submarine com commanders.
manders. commanders. After careful examination of the

APPROVED

Kirk contents of the proposed note as out out-i
i out-i lined by Ambassador Gerard, which

coincides with Berlin press dispatches
of the last few days, high officials
important neutral rights express its
approval of the German proposals in
their present form.
AGED MAN
WEARY
OF
EXISTENCE
Suicide of John Hafner at the Home
of His Brother in Belleriew this
Morning
! Mr. John Hafner, a winter resident
Xo reason i3 known for the act, un-
iess it is that Mr. Hafner, who was
J go years old, became tired of living.
; He went out to the barn early thi3
, morninsr. and soon after his lifeless
body was found hanging.
: jjr. Hafner's home was in Fair-
J mount, Pa., and he expected to leave
or tnat p'ace n a week or so. His
remains were brought to Ocala and
: taken in charge by Mclver &' Mac
Kay. who hold them pendTng intruc-
tions.
"Carter's Delicious" s!ice
cake 13
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sold by all the leading grocers.
Ask'
for it. Eight ounces for 10c.
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SCHEME TO BLOW
UP SHIPS
IMPOSSIBLE TO DECIDE WHETH WHETHER
ER WHETHER HOLT WAS FIENDISH
OR INSANE
i (A&sociated Press)
New York, July 7, Frank Holt,
Morgan's assailant, planned to de
stroy the liners Saxonia and PMladtJf PMladtJf-phia,
phia, PMladtJf-phia, which he believed he had pbysod
aboard the vessels before they sailed
from New York for Liverpool July
Holt so advised his wife at
Texas, In a letter which was transmit transmitted
ted transmitted to the navy department at Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. Wireless warnings were sent broad-,
cast over the Atlantic from the east eastern
ern eastern seaboard, advising the Saxonia
and Philadelphia tosteer toward each each-other.
other. each-other. The Philadelphia's captain advised
the American Line today that every everything
thing everything aboard was identified and all U
well.
At both the Cunard and American
Line offices it was said it would be
virtually impossible for any one to
pass the lines of guards at the piers ;
to place explosives aboard the ships.
It is believed the Saxonia is beyond
the zone of wireless communication
FEARS FOR THE SAXONIA
Glencove, July 7. It is reported"
here that extraordinary efforts art;
being made by wireless to determine
whether a portion of the hundred
pounds kJ. dynamite sent Frank Holt
at Sycaset, Long Island, was aboard
the Cunard liner Saxonia, which sail
ed from New York for Liverpool July
3rd. It is reported that Holt wrote
his wife at Dallas that the Saxonia
and Philadelphia would be destroyed
by an explosion today. It is report,
ed that Holt told the detectives her
had put dynamite on the vessel.
The Philadelphia sailed for Liver
pool July 3rd.
NARROW ESCAPE FOR THREE
SHIPS
Three ships frcn New York, reach
ing Havre last May, had unexploded
bombs aboard, placed there before
sailing.
DIDNT KNOW ON WniCTI BOAT
nE PUT DYNAMITE
Holt's letter feid he was not sure
on which lines, the Saxonia or Phil Phil-a
a Phil-a delphia, he had placed the dynamite
speed mwm
Of Maxwell Car Amply Demonstrat Demonstrated
ed Demonstrated in Fourth of July Races -at
Omaha
Jacksonville, July 7. Maxwell sa.
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time within ten days when Maxwell
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j in the 300-mile race at Omaha, July
; 5th. The first Maxwell driven by
Richcnbacher, average speed 91 7-1C0
; miles per hour, was the same car that
wen 300-mile race July 3rd at Sioux
, City and wa3 also the first American
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M ENDEN HA LL'S DEFENSE

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The St. Petersburg Independent ODD FELLOWS HAD
says that it only cost S3 apiece to save A PUBLIC INSTALLATION
souls during the recent revival in that
, . I long-e Hall was crowded last night
nty. That is a good bargain counter ;with the Qdd
aie, but the trouble is that a whole j fiends, to witness the public installa installa-lot
lot installa-lot of souls saved during revivals j tion of the officers of Tulula Lodge.

The installation ceremonies were
conducted by those two accomplished
veterans, Jake Brown and W. L. Col Colbert.
bert. Colbert. The officers installed were as fol follows:
lows: follows: Past Grand J. D. Wilkes.
Noble Grand M. M. Little.
R. S. N. G. F. E. McClane.
L. S. N. G. H. D. Stokes.
Vice Grand L. E. Yonce.
R. S. V. G. Jake Brown.
L. S. N. G. J. S. Robinson.
Secretary E. L. Stapp.
Chaplain F. D. Burden.
Warden W. C. Blanehard.
Conductor Christopher Simmons.
Inside Guardian A Slott.
Outside Guardian J. W. Dodge.
R. S. S. Barney Spencer.
L. S. S. L. F. Ballard.
After the installation ceremonies

won't stay saved. About the only ab absolutely
solutely absolutely certain way of keeping a soul
sared is that practiced by the Irish Irishman
man Irishman on the Turk. The Irishman wa3 a
sa3or in the Mediterranean, a hun hundred
dred hundred years or so ago, and while on the
"voyage the ship was attacked by a
Turkish pirate. There was an awful
light, which ended in both ships going
Sown, leaving the crews swimming or
'-sinking, according to their ability.
The Irishman found himself contest contesting
ing contesting for a plank with a Turk, and be being
ing being the best man soon won. He was a

zealous Catholic, and had no sooner j
settled himself on the plank, holding!
be Turk by the collar, than he decid decid-to
to decid-to tlo some proselyting. So he gave j
"the Turk his choice between becoming j

a Christian and being drowned. The j were over, the audience listened with
Turk refused to abjure the prophet, j great pleasure to a brief but eloquent
"tarherennon h Irishman JipM hi fipnrl aHrcce Vv f!rnn Qanmio t TV

1 -" jj iC4Va K-- V. X J I I a
Trader water till he was half dead, j Blanding of Gainesville and Judge W.
then pulled him up and gave him an- j M. Gober of Ocala. Judge Gober, tho
tier chance to be saved. Twice the; not an Odd Fellow, feels at home
stubborn Turk refused, and twice he; among Odd Fellows, many of whom
-was almost drowned. When the Irish- j are affiliated with him in the K. of P.
nnan started to duck him .the third i Mr. Little sang "From Jericho to
'time,' the Turk saw a great light and I Jerusalem, a song much in vogue in
'became converted. Whereupon, the j northern lodges. Mr. Little sang most
Irishman having made a good Chris-1 effectively and was heartily applaud applaud-tSLau
tSLau applaud-tSLau out of the Turk, thought it would ed.
e -wrong to give him a chance to Dr. J. M. Gross was present and
backslide, and so held his head under j made the opening invocation,
the water again untM he was dead, j After the ceremonies, the lodge and
This policy has been endorsed and'its guests passed from labor to re re-practiced
practiced re-practiced by our own people in mak-; f reshment. Various brethren, under
Jug good Indians. j the skilled direction of Dr. McClane.

f ; had concocted huge bowls of fruit
'The Ocala Star quotes an authori-j punch, and piled up cake in stacks,
tative remark to the effect that the sand Brother C. F. Hays was-on hand

Davis bill reduces the expenses of the j with a large supply of his famous ice
.saloon 30 per cent. The Star thinks it cream. These refreshments were the
will not reduce the saloon's income; more enjoyable for being served by
30 cents. Thus we learn why we j Misses Irma and Gertie Brigance,
ishould "love our enemies because they Miss Evola Strong, Mrs. Yonce and

sare our Test friends. Times-Union.
"Slaybeso; but we don't notice any
violent demonstrations of affection be between
tween between the prohibitionists and the sa-

lloon men.

Mrs. Whitney.
The pleasure of the occasion was
greatly added to by the superb Bap Baptist
tist Baptist orchestra, which furnished music
thruout the evening.
Tulula Lodge is one of the fra-

Why editors go crazy: ternal standby s of Ocala. Its strength

"The Russian cruisers disap-and influence for good increases with
peared, hotly pursued by the Ger- its age.
mans." Berlin dispatch, July 4. I
"Obviously disliking further con- j MENDENHALL IS CONFIDENT
Sfict, the enemy disappeared rapidly j OF ACQUITTAL
in the fog." Petrograd dispatch, July
5. Columbia, S. C., State. Is Worried Only by the Trouble Which
That doesn't bother us particularly.! the Tragedy is Causing to his
"We meet that sort of liars everv day. .
; Family and Friends
"Fighting for England, the country; Clearwater Sun, June 6: To a Sun
j his birth, H. C. Armitage, a Jack- j reporter who visited him in his cell in
sonville boy and a menfber of the j the county jail this morning, Mr. Men Men-Jacksonville
Jacksonville Men-Jacksonville Red Cross Life Saving denhall said:

Corps, was killed by poisonous gases "I am perfectly confident of being

on a battlefield in France, when the j acquitted of the charge against me
deadly clouds floated into the trenches You may say that I am not at all

beJd by the British Royal Lancers. worried except for the haart-aches

and sorrow that this has caused my

We can forgive a man for a whole ; family and friends. I am comforta

lot of things. But plastering a slew of ble a perfectly satisfied or com com-bear's
bear's com-bear's grease on his hair isn't one of P-ete vindication. I am directing my
henu Columbia, S. C.f State. j business affairs as usual through the
For heavensake, do they still sell ; cooperation of my foreman and book book-"bear's
"bear's book-"bear's grease in the Columbia drug-! keeper."
stores i 1 iii-
I HIS PAST OBTRUDED
Almost a score of officers of the) ITSELF UPON HIM
"United States navy, proving their
thrift rather than their patriotism Clearwater Sun: It is stated that
.have offered their resignations in j Mendenhall telephoned his wife from
'order to take highly paid positions j Tampa Friday afternoon to prepare
"with corporations. President Wilson for their usual summer vacation trip,
"has refused to accept the resignations, j It is stated that Mrs. Mendenhall told
11 l a neighbor that she had just received
Headline in a contemporary says,; word to "pack up" for the trip and
""Explosion was in the Senate wing." I she was delighted to get away from
"First intimation the country ha3 had i the heat. This bears out the rumor
tlxat either the Senate or the senators j that Mendenhall thought he had his
Ihad or would have wings. j affairs with the woman straightened
iout. It is further stated that Men Men-Figures
Figures Men-Figures collected by the Chicago I denhall was doing his best to forget
Tribune show that eight persons were the past. He had professed religion
"killed and 177 wounded during the 4th j within the past month and been taken
of July celebrations of 1915. In 1914 into the church in full fellowship.
"he list was nine killed and 661 in-
jured. Property loss this year was) NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT
5J6,555; last year it was $76,035. j
j If you want to purchase a new au-

The Germans say the British are j tomobile on easy payments, get the

164,

The authorities have already col collected
lected collected evidence to the effect that Men Mendenhall
denhall Mendenhall was about to be prosecuted
under the Mann act for white slavery.
It seems to be well established that
he and Miss Eliot visited Chicago last
year and lived together at a hotel
there as man and wife. Miss Eliot
seems to have been determined to

make Mendenhall pay her a large sum.X
of money, and was holding the threat j f

of prosecution oer his head, there
being nothing lacking to commence commencement
ment commencement of proceedings except her signa signature
ture signature to an affidavit. The Clearwater
Sun says:
From out of the air, presumably,
rumor has it that J. J. Mendenhall's
defense will be that he took the ride
with the ladies on the west coast road
a3 a finale to a settlement he had
made with them. That he paid them
SI, 500 in cash, all that he could raise,
and that he had promised them $3500
additional when it was possible for
him to ralize on his properties an
attempt to raise a loan on a grove
near Tampa being unsuccessful on
Friday. That the mother knew that
Mendenhall was to make a cash set settlement
tlement settlement that day. That he was to
make a final settlement during the
ride in the car towards home. That
after he had made this settlement and
bidden farewell to the ladies he was
to meet Claude Hammock somewhere
on the west coast road and continue
the trip to Clearwater, and the ladies
were to return to Tampa in the hired
car, and the incident was to be a clos closed
ed closed chapter.
Then the murder occurred.
The story goes that Mendenhall had
nothing to do with the murder; that
he was not in the car at the time of
the murder; or some highwayman
jumped on the running board of the
car and administered the blow that
Stemple said he heard. S temple ad admits
mits admits that he did not see the act; did
not even look back to see the blaze
made, presumably by gasoline, which
partially consumed the bodies of the
women.
It is stated by people acquainted

with law that the attorneys for de defense
fense defense have not even considered a "tem "temporary
porary "temporary insanity" plea as that would

be an admission that Mendenhall com committed
mitted committed the act.

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Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetr ilea, milk and eggs, tf

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BIG Load for $1. :
Your Order will have

immediate Attention.
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At Smoak's Wagov Shop.

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yet I have a better proposition to offer you.
NOW LESTEM
I will sell you a New 5-Room Bannalow, worth 51C0O or 51200 for

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per cent on the investment, and when times are good it will pay 20 per cent-
OFFEHM0.2
I will sell you a lot at 50 per cent discount. One lot to a customer. These
offers only hold good until JULY 10!iu Let me show you.

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Do you want to get the
model, most popular medium
automobile on easy payments?
address Box 164, Ocala, Fla.

latest
priced
If so
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Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EL1BALUERS
PHONES 47, 104, 303
OCALA. FLORIDA

Whtn East Sms Wast.
Those wbo hate crossed the line Into
the southern regions of "our globe are
aware that In Chile the on seems to
rise In the west and et In tbe east.
In spite of knowing tbe contrary to be
the fact, it Is well nlirn Impossible to
shake off tbe strance Illusion. And
this because our senses conspire to tell
us the rererse. As In north temperate
latitudes the sun never attains tbe
zenith in Its Phoebus driven course,
we instinctively face the sunward balf
of tbe sky when we look south and be
low the 'equator, aud we are abetted
in our deception by tbe cold wiods
which blow, as at borne, from tbe op opposite
posite opposite quarter. To all our senses north
is south and south north Tbe sun. ris rising
ing rising on our right to set upon our left,
seems therefore to travel dally back
ward from west to east In a thorough thorough-ly
ly thorough-ly upsetting way. Perr leal Lowell In
Youth's Companion.

torpedoing without warning unarmed t information by addressing Box

ships filled with passengers in the Sea j Ocala, Fla. 6-19-12t
of Marmora. Unfortunately for the 1
Germans ,the Lusitania incident leaves j For plumbidg and electrical work
tShem no room for complaint. see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300 f

The Servant
Question

Bermuda Fish.
There are 233 species of Bermuda
fish, but of course all are not edible
and many are too Insignificant In size
to excite the angler. But there are
quite enough large ones to make ex exciting
citing exciting sport for the most fastidious
fisherman. For fishing In shallow wa water
ter water tbe native uses a dinghy, but when
be goes to the reef be. travels in a
whaleboat or motor boat. In almost
every Bermuda bay one finds ponds
that are stocked 'with fishes that are
being fattened for the market like
Thanksgiving turkeys.- Exchange.

"DELICIO

CAKES"

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 ga3 range will
make a big gas bilL
Ocala Gas Company
PHONE 61

Force, Wisdom and Faith.
When a human noul draws Its first
furrows straight tbe rest will surely

follow. Henceforth your existence be-
comes ceaseless activity. Tbe universe
i belongs to bim who wills, wbo knows.
' wbo prays, but be must will, be must
know, be must pray, la a word, be
i must possess force, wisdom and faith.

Be conquerors on the earth. Your con convictions
victions convictions will be changed to certainties.
Uonore de' Balzac.

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

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

An Illustration.
"How many men there have been
whose merits-were not appreciated till
after their death." said tbe expert In
gloom.
-Oh. well,- replied tne patient person,
that's the way It Is all through nature.
A turkey struts around a whole life lifetime
time lifetime without any idea what It Is really
good for." Washington Star.

His Souix.
"Dow do yon suppose Noah managed
to keep his arc lights going?"
"Well, from the fact of the flood
there must have been a strong current
running- Baltimore American.

To War Bottor.
Lenders Say. Ire been carrying
those L O. U.'s of yours nndl they are
about worn out. Barrows Sorry, old
man. Next time 111 use better paper
Boston Transcript.

A man does not please long when be
has only one species of wlL La Roche
foucauld.

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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. ,
We are making
Golden Slice,
Pineapple,
Raisin,
Chocolate,
Silver and

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You run no risk in buying Delicious" cakes,
J. as we guarantee every piece. If for ANY REASON
S it is not satisfactory return it and get back your
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PHONE 360
NORTH MAIN ST. OCALA, FLA.

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X Teams For Rent Lloht and Heavy nanllco
PHONE 2DG

Packing. Storing:, Shipping of Freight, Famitare, Fiasos and Safes.
Baggage Serrice the Best.
We Sell BEAVER BOARD Superior to Plaster or Ceiling t ia
Quality and Price INVESTIGATE.

COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

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dren children tow up, the gypsy boy as an English earl and
the English heiress as a gypsy girL You see but
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TA7"E have purchased the stock of the Theus-Zachry Company, and want
V U to clear it up in preparation for a big stock of Fall and Winter Goods.
In order to do this and do it quickly we are going to put this stock on the
market at prices that you have never heard of before here or anywhere else.
We intend to dispose of every piece of the stock of the old concern so that
we may start the fall business with a brand new line. The prices named be below,
low, below, which are only a few of the thousands of items we could name, will be
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bargains and we are putting the stock of this department on the market at
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Solid Golden Oak. Dressers,
'double tops, French beveled

mirrors, $12 values
will go for -

Golden Oak Dressers, double

tops, French bev.
mirrors, $17 val. at

Golden Oak Dressers, double

tops, F rench mir mir-'ror.
'ror. mir-'ror. $20 value at

$7.00

$9.75

$10,75

We also have; them in fumed oak and mission.

An exceptional value in Dresse'rs are our Gol

den Oak formerly sold for $40
each, which will be sold for -

$28.00

Heavy Brass Beds satin finish, 2-in. contin continuous
uous continuous posts, with 5-in fillers, guaranteed not
to tarnish.
Splendid $20 values for $12.50
Better $24 values for $15. OO
Best $35 values for $21.00
In Iron Beds we have many pretty designs
in round or -square posts, up to 2-inches heavy
fillers, white enamel and Vernice-Martin
finish.

$16 values for
$15 values for
$12 values for
$10.00 values for..

$8.00
S7.00
$6.00
... $t4.50

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In these we have such a varieiy
that anyone can be suited and
and the pi ices are very attrac
tive, considering the quality.

$3.50 Oak. Rockers
this sale for only

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$1.75
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Oak Rockers that have always

for $5, in this sale for only r
$12 Wicker Rockers with tapestry
upholstering at this sale for only

$18 Wicker Rockers, with tapestry t 1 fl flfl
upholstering in this sale for only 2 j UiUU
Many Children's Rockers at exceptionally
low prices. Ask to see them.

RUGS AND ART SQUARES
Many desirable designs in Wool Velvet
Rugs which. formerly sold 0 7fT
for $4.50 for.... .... .. .l3
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$16 Tapestry Art Squares CO nfl
9x12 in this sale for only- ?U.iilJ

PICTURES
$1.50 Pictures, nicely framed
in this sale for only
$3.50 pictures, nicely framed,
heavy, in this sale for.

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Springs and these must move right
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at prices. $3 Wire Springs at

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National Springs that will
go for each, only

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PARLOR SUITS
Beautiful 3-piece mahogany suits, up upholstered
holstered upholstered in muleskin, $45 con nn
value, in this sale for only J)OU.UU
Pretty Golden Oak or Mahogany Dav Dav-anettes,
anettes, Dav-anettes, with extra fin e up- C O 7 i fl
holstering, $40 value for .JU
$25 values in Davanettes in f i O n n
this sale for $l..JU

CHIFFONIERS

Large sizes, swell
front, quarter sawed

oak, extra large bev. j Z

Mirrors, former 'price 1 1

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going at plO.UU

In plain Golden Oak, hand handsomely
somely handsomely made and nicely
trimmed, formerly sold
for $8.50, now (T ;"7C
going at - J

ONE $300 88-NOTE MAHOG MAHOGANY
ANY MAHOGANY PIANO, ONLY ONE
ON HAND, AT THIS SALE

$175.00

TRUNKS
$12, Al well made C7 flfl
in every particular v -"U
$10 splendid value CC fin
at higher price, Pw.UU
All S6 8c $7 Trunks (TO 7C
will go for - $0. 1 U

DINING ROOM FURNITURE
China Closets in Mission and Golden CIO nn
Oak, $35 values for .... 4Itl.UU
China Closets in Mission and Golden CIO nn
Oak, $30 values for ..HPlU.UU
China Closets in Mission and Golden tf
Oak, $25 values for 4lt.UU
Golden Oak Sideboards, $18.00 values CQ 7c
for 43. U

Golden Oak Sideboards, $30.00 values
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Golden Oak Sideboards, $40.00 values

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$27.00

Extension Tables, $8 values in Golden CM 7c
Oak for : ...4-3
Extension Tables, $14 values, round, TQ fin
pedestal, for 1- u.UU
Extension Tables, $28 values, quarter CI C fin
sawed Oak, for .(PIUUU

WIATTRESSES
In the following "list of mattresses will be
s found goods that were really marked
3Sv very low formerly, but the prices at
h ) present are such that it will pay yon
" J to u'now even though yours are on on-JT
JT on-JT V ly partially, worn out.
$ 7 Cotton Mattresses now $3.75
$10 Felt Mattresses now $5.50
$15 Felt Mattresses now $8.00

STOVES
No. 7-15 Smooth Casting, $10 val. $5 5Q
No. 8-15 Smooth Casting, $14 val. $7J5
No. 8-19 Smooth Casting, $18 val. $10.50
RANGES
$40 val. asbestos lined throughout $25.00
$70 Buck, Polished Doors, Porce Porcelain
lain Porcelain Lined with Reservoir for S35.00

Immense line ol DISHES at your own prices These must be closed out
entirely and you will find many REAL BARGAINS.

At the prices we have placed on these goods they will not last long, so it is advisable that those
who are interested should be on hand early and make their selections. You can hardly realize the
real values we are offering unless you call and see the goods,. and it will be many a long day before
you'll be able to buy Furniture and House Furnishings at the prices we are now offering. Come
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Kalem Drama, featuring Alice Joyce and Guy Coombs
THE MASTER OF HIS HOUSE
Vitagraph Comedy, featuring Constantine Talmadge and Billy Quirk
PATHE NEWS
Showing Ty Cobb winning race at Elks Carnival, Syracuse, N. Y.
Showing Confederate Reunion at Richmond
ADMISSION: From 3:3 Oto 10:30, FIVE AND TEN CENTS

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
State, County and City Depository.

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Also fine line of Groceries.

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Ocala, Florida.

NEW YORK AND RETURN

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Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOL ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st.
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. WrN7r FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

Put Your Ad. in the Star.

Thought for the Day j
The same vices which are huge- rr.dj
insupportable in others we do not f.cl j

m ourselves. ia. uruyere.
Dance in Honor of Miss Hultert
Miss Marie Hulbert of St. Peter 5 5-burjr,
burjr, 5-burjr, a lovely member of the coterie
of charming1 visiting girls now in
Ocala, was the inspiration last eve evening
ning evening for the largest social affair cf
the week, when her attractive hostess,
Miss Caroline Harriss and her broth brother,
er, brother, Mr. Albert O. Harriss, entertained
at a dance at the 'suburban home of
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Harriss, in her honor.
The Harriss home, situated on a
high elevation and surrounded by a
specious lawn, made an ideal rendez rendez-vouz
vouz rendez-vouz for the merry crowd that as assembled
sembled assembled there last evening to partake
of the abounding hospitality which
characterizes this particular home.
The rooms of the lower floor were
opened en suite, making as it were one
large ballroom affording ample danc dancing
ing dancing space for the dozens of couples
and to the delightful strains of a Vic Vic-trola
trola Vic-trola a program of twenty numbers
was danced. Vari-colored flowers lent
their charm to the attractive rooms

and adding to the comfort of the in interior
terior interior were electric fans. Innumera

ble Japanese lanterns gave just the

desired glow on the lawn, where the

guests promenaded between dances.
Seats and rugs' were placed the full
length of the broad piazzas and there
cards and conversation were interest interesting
ing interesting diversions for those not dancing.
Mr. and Mrs. Harriss received in informally
formally informally on the veranda, Mrs. Harris
wearing a handsomely hand-embro;d-ered
gown. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lloyd
standing in the reception hall directed
the guests up the stairs to lay aside
their wraps. Mr. Harriss, Miss Hnr Hnr-riss
riss Hnr-riss and Miss Hulbert welcomed the
guests in the living room. Miss Har Harriss
riss Harriss wore a most becoming dancing
frock of embroidered organdy with a
touch of blue and Miss Hulbert wore
white net prettily fashioned. Miss
Hulbert with her parents, Dr. and
Mrs. Charles Hulbert, resided in this
city several years ago and her friends
welcomed the opportunity to spend so
pleasantly an evening with her.
Refreshing punch was served on the
piazza all during the evening by Mrs.
Dempsey Mayo and Mrs. C. L. Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, and during the intermission ?t
12 o'clock an ice course was served.
Miss Virginia Mayo assisted the
hostess' and her mother in entertain entertaining.
ing. entertaining.

The dance, very informal, proved
one of the most delightful of the
summer social affairs and was enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed by the following: Misses Hulbert,
'Catherine, Mary Harriet and Lois Liv Livingston,
ingston, Livingston, Helen and Dorothy Dean, An Annie
nie Annie Moorhead, Blair Woodrow, Frank

lin Harvey, Sarah Pearl Martin, Hope
Robinson, Alice Bullock, Rexie Todd,
Mabel Meffert, May Hall, Avalee Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, Martha Kate Rentz, Theo and
Gladys Wallis, Blanch Whaley, Sue
Moore, Dora Pelot, Stella and Nina
Camp, Margaret Wade, Dorothy and
Marion Long, Ruby Gissendaner,
Dorothy Schreiber, Elizabeth Davis,
Kathleen Spencer, Emma Perry, Mae
Stein, Mildred Pyles, Virginia Mayo,
Annie Atkinson, Messrs. Robert, Les Leslie
lie Leslie and Pat Anderson, Clarence and
Olaf Zewadski, Goodwin Mixon, Perry
Anthony, Jas. D. McDonald, Louis
Chazal, W. B. Gallagher, O. B. How?ef
W. M. Martin, Norton Davis, Clarence
Meffert, Bernard Koonce, Joe Bla Bla-lock,
lock, Bla-lock, Robert and Alfred McKay, Le Le-roy
roy Le-roy Bridges, Carlisle Izlar, Holmes
Walters, Wayne TenEyck, Earl Hall,
Hugo Mcintosh. Carlton Ervin. Joe
Borden, Niel Ferguson, E. B. Ccpe Ccpe-land,
land, Ccpe-land, George Brown, Sam Burfo-d,
Robert Clarkson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Livingston, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hel Hel-venston,
venston, Hel-venston, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lloyd and
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Mayo and D. B.
Mayo Jr.
Mrs. H. C. Groves and son Mr.
Henry Groves, who are now making
their home in New York City, left
Monday on, a motoring trip to Grand
Rapids, Mich. They will visit a num number
ber number of intermediate points of interest
and their return trip will be made in

a new car which they will purchase
while in Michigan.
Mrs. M. H. Temple has returned
from a visit of a week to her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. Beville in Gainesville. She
was accompanied home by her little
granddaughter, who will be her guest
for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fuller will oc occupy
cupy occupy the Sandlin cottage on South
Fifth street while Mr. and Mrs. Sand Sandlin
lin Sandlin are absent from the city. Mr.
Fuller will assist his father, Dr. R. D.
Fuller, in his dental practice.
Mrs. H. W. Henry, Misses Eloise
and Catharine Henry left this morn
ing for Hot Springs, Va., to visit rela

tives, the former for a fortnight and
the two latter to remain until fall.
They were accompanied to North
Carolina by little Mi-.-os Sidney and
Alice Cullen, who will visit relatives
at Tarboro until their parents return
from the west.
Miss Madge Sims is the Bride of Mr.
Phil Peters
The marriage of Miss Madge Sims
of Tampa and Mr. Phil Peters of Win Winter
ter Winter Garden took place this afternoon

at 4 oclock at the pretty, old country
home of the bride's uncle, Capt. B. M.
Sims at Ocoee, near Orlando, and
while the utmost simplicity marked
the event a broad social interest was
centered in the marriage of these two
popular young people. On account of
the very recent death of the groom's
mother, the guests were limited to the
members of the two families.
The ceremony was performed by
Rev. D. C. Thompson, who used the
impressive Episcopal ring service.
The bride wore a most becoming tail tailored
ored tailored suit of midnight blue imported
poplin, with a chic hat and accessories
to match. The wedding took place on
the lawn and immediately following
the ceremony the couple entered their
waiting car and amidst a shower of
congratulations and best wishes, left
for a wedding trip which will include

a tour to northern states. On their
return they will make their home at
Winter Garden.
Mrs. Peters is well known in Ocala,
having frequently been a popular vis visitor
itor visitor here and at one time a resident,
when her sister, Mrs. J. B. Staten of
Valdosta, Ga., made this city her
home. She i3 a talented young wom

an, a reader of ability and has fre frequently
quently frequently contributed to the success of
public entertainments as well as social
affairs. For the past few years she
ha made Tampa her home, keeping
house for her brother, Mr. Claude C.
Sims.
Mr. Peters is successfully engaged
in the vegetable brokerage business.
He is popular, both in social and busi business
ness business circles and has the congratula congratulations
tions congratulations of his host of friends on win win-ring
ring win-ring so lovely a bride.
The Ocala friends of Mrs. Peters
join in wishing her unalloyed happi happiness
ness happiness in er wedded life. v
v
Miss Onie Chazal, who has spent
the past five weeks in the north visit visiting
ing visiting relatives, will leave New York to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, arriving home the last of the
week. Miss Chazal was numbered

among tlxe charming visiting girls en enjoying
joying enjoying two balls at West Point last
week. )
m 0 m
Mrs. E. Noble Calhoun and baby
and maid left Sunday for New York
City, where they will, be the guests of
Col. John C. Calhoun. Prom there they
will go to Bridgeport,' Conn., and
finally to the Berkshire hills for the
remainder of the summer. St. Au Augustine
gustine Augustine Record.
While in Bridgeport Mrs. Calhoun
will be the guest of her brother, Lieut.
William Calhoun and wife, the latter
formerly Miss Margaret Anderson of
this city.
A recent pretty party in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville was given by Mrs. J. W. McCol McCol-lum
lum McCol-lum in honor of her sister, Mrs. B. B.
Barco of Clearwater. The ladies are
sisters of Mrs. James Knight and
ha-e many friends in this city. The de detail
tail detail appointments of the party were
suggestive of the fourth and were
quite elaborate. Auction was played
and for making top score Mrs. H. B.
Arnold was presented a fourth of July
picture.
Miss Marie von Enjreiken left Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon for Chicago, after a
vacation of nine weeks, to resume her
work with the United Charities. She
will be met in -Jacksonville by her
brother, F. J. von Engelken, who will

visit Chicago for a short time.
Mr. and Mrs. James A. McKay of
Tnmpa announce the birth of a daugh daughter
ter daughter Monday at their home in that city.
Mrs. McKay is pleasantly remembered
here as Miss Frances Bond. Little
Miss McKay -is the great grandaugh-
ter of Postmaster James McKay.
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Hall of Oxford,
will spend the remainder of the sum summer
mer summer in Ocala, having taken a room at
the home of Dr. E. Van Hoed.
Mrs. Julia Haisley and sister, Mrs.
J. K. Beville were passengers today
on the Suwanee of the M. & M. Line
sailing from Jacksonville for Balti Baltimore.
more. Baltimore. They are en route to Lewes,
Del., to spend the remainder of the
summer.
The fr:end3 of Col. and Mrs. J. M.
-Martin will learn with regret that

Mrs. Margin sustained a severe fall
last week but they will be glad to
know that she is now convalescing.

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After -the

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Blood poisoning is a thing much to be feared.
Dress even your slight 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 RIGHT.
4nti-Monopoly Drug Store.
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
WE TAKE CARE'

Mrs. Martin while at a rear door, dis discarding
carding discarding withered flowers, lost her
balance and fell to the ground, a dis distance
tance distance of nearly seven feet or more.
She barely escaped serious injury and
though her bruises are painful and
severe, she is recovering a3 rapidly
as possible under the circumstances.
Mrs. S. G. Moyers, who is winning
fame as a motion picture play writer,
received yesterday an order for a
two-reel play to be sent immediately
The request was complied with, the
talented writer beginning work on re receipt
ceipt receipt of order.
Miss Ruth Pennington, a sister of
Mrs. H. TV. Bawls of this city, is very
ill in Daytona, where she has been for
some time, nursing in one of the hos

pitals.
Col. J. C. Woodward of the Georgia
Military Academy, College Park, Ga.,
arrived today for a short visit during

which he will look after the interests
of his school. Col. Woodward was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by his interesting daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Miss Mildred Woodward, who will
be the guest of Miss Sarah Pearl
Martin for a few days while he takes
a trip through South Florida.
As a courtesy to Miss Franklin
Harvey, Miss Martha Kate Rentz had
as her guests for supper last evening
Miss Blair Woodrow, Messrs. Clarence
and Olaf Zewadski, Pat Anderson and
the guest of honor. The affair was
delightfully informal and one of much
pleasure for the guests.
Mrs. Weller Carmichael and sister,
Mis3 Georgia Mulhall returned thi3
morning from Tampa, where they
were guests of Mrs. N. L. Phillips and
sister,' Mrs. Carrie Clement at their
home in Suburb Beautiful. Mrs. Car

michael and Mis3 Mulhall spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday and Monday with their hostess at
Pa ss-a -Grille, where she has a cot cottage.
tage. cottage. Mr. Willard Ley, of Jacksonville, ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday for a week's visit with
his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Phillips.
Mrs. W. A. Konow entertained a
number of friend3 last evening in

honor of Mrs. W. J. Sheridan of Fort
Myers, who is here on a visiu Cake
and punch were served. Those pres present
ent present at this most pleasant gathering
were Mrs. Will Dye, Mrs. Reese Hun Hun-nicut,
nicut, Hun-nicut, Mrs. J. Thomas, Mrs. Hattie
McManuJ, Miss Wesson and little Miss
Dixie Sheridan.
A cordial invitation is exterded the
general public to 'attend a chicken
supper to be given Thursday night at
7 o'clock at the North Ocala Unioa
church. Chicken will be served in all
styles, with accompanying di-hes.
The supper will be 23 cents, and ice
cream and cake will be sold extra.
The proceed? of the supper will go to toward
ward toward canceling the last indebtedness
against the church.

CO .ME TO THE SUNSniNE CITY

If you want to keep cool and take a
plunge in the bay. You will find good
rooms and board at J 5 per week at
826 Central avenue, St. Petersburg,
Fla. Mrs. L. P. Butler. 25-tf

Pabst Blue Ribien Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL

j summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf

When you are in need of tin roof roofing,
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OCA LA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY. JULY 7, 1913.

MILLIONS THRONGING TO THE GREAT. PANAMA PANAMA-PACIFIC
PACIFIC PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION
Now Is the Time to Visit America's Huge Panama Canal Celebration at San Francisco.
Exposition Safeguards Visitors.

ALL AMERICA ON EXHIBITION THIS YEAR: RAILROADS GRAJJT
LOW ROUND TRIP RATES TO SEE UNIVERSE'S MARVELS

MINIATURE BATTLESHIP BLOWN UP AND MINE EXPLOSION
INTERESTING FEATURES IN TWO EXHIBITION PAL AC

Privileges of Routing Never Before Offered Hotel Rates Average Less Than Those of Olher Great Cities
and 125,000 Rooms Available In Hotels and Apartment Houses In San Francisco.

Amazing Voics Amplifier and Other Wonders cf the World's Progress at the Great Panama-Pacific Cini!
Cclebra.ioa This Year the Year of All Years to Take Marvel Journey to the Pacific Coast.

TFIERC is something helpful and
inspiring for every one at the
Exposition. Said Vice Presi President
dent President Marshall recently: "Who "Whoever
ever "Whoever can, even at a sacrifice of some something
thing something which for the moment appears
necessary, should come to see a real
work of art never equaled, even by a
mirage. If there be any one in Amer America
ica America with a thirst for knowledge and for
beauty and a longing for a liberal edu education,
cation, education, such a one can obtain it here.
"This Is the university of the world.
It has a chair fully endowed to meet
the wants and needs of each. The eye,
the ear, the mind, the heart, the soul,
each may have its horizon here enlarg enlarged.
ed. enlarged. I came to bear a message. I re re-'
' re-' 'main to become a student. I leave the
teet of this Gamaliel of all expositions
with regret." And Miss Helen Keller,
who, as all know, is both blind and
deaf, having acquired the faculty of
speech, although she has never heard
any one speak, said of her visit to the
Exposition that it was the most inspir inspiring
ing inspiring period of her life. Said Dr. Fred Frederick
erick Frederick J. V. Skiff: "Here the world Is
shown In epitome. The visitor from
whatever realm here enters into his na native
tive native land."
Apart from Its costly and compre comprehensive
hensive comprehensive displays, the great Exposition
Is an inspiration in' itself. In its archi architectural
tectural architectural beauty the Fanama-Pacific In International
ternational International Exposition surpasses any
of Its predecessors. At night the great
Tower of Jewels stands out satin satin-white,
white, satin-white, sparkling with a thousand
changing colors, as batteries of search searchlights
lights searchlights play upon this pyramidal monu monument,
ment, monument, the loftiest structure at the Ex Exposition
position Exposition and as tall as the average thirty-five
story city block. The coloring
of the Exposition, the decorative light lighting
ing lighting at night, the sculpture and the
landscaping are all the work of the

foremost men in their respective fields.
Now is the time to see the Ex Exposition.
position. Exposition. When you reach San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco you will, of course, wish to
End accommodations without unnec unnecessary
essary unnecessary delay, aud, while you will find

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A. TKElIiLKB OH THX JOT ZONE.
This (plant figure guards the entrance
to one of the stupendous attractions un
the famous joy Zone at San Franc!sco.
In the Bowl of Joy you are rotated thirty
miles an rour in small cars that climb
around a g. ;;t sjlraL The Bowls of Joy
are but on- f hundreds of attractions In
the greatest amusement section the world
has ever known. Be sure to see the .exposition.

some accotnmodatiojs necessarily mnrh
more expensive than others, you win
be able to secure a room at a dollar

day and up. Indeed, one oan rind all

I sorts cf rooms in the great city of S;:i
J Francisco, which in reality is a mtu-h

greater center than the eei;su would
indicate, since, with its nelglilxjrln it
ies around San Francisco bay. it form'
a group of cities with a population of
almost 1 .000.000 persons. Hotel rat
Iq San Francisco are no more thin
they are In any other great city In the
United States. As a help to visitor
the Exposition maintains the Exposi Exposition
tion Exposition Hotel Bureau, an otlicial activity
which is conducted with the co-operation
and assistance of a committee of
representative hotel men of San Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. Oakland and Berkeley. Thi
Hotel Bureau has no purpose other th in
to serve the public. It Is not a profit
making Institution. If you want fu'i
particulars as to .accommodations n I I-dress
dress I-dress the Official Exposition Hotel Bu Bureau.
reau. Bureau. Flannery Building. Market an. I
Kearny streets. San Francisco. In
writing, it would be well to state how
many there are In your party and how
long you desire to stay
There are accommodations for all In
the great city by the Golden Gate, an
one need only glance through the
classified columns of the San Francisco
papers to find how great is the variety
of the accommodations offered, while
a ride through the rebuilt city will
show hundreds and hundreds of hotel
and apartment bouses, all constructed
within the past eight years.
So do not fail to see the Exposition
early. -The greatest geniuses of the age
and the greatest nations of the world
have contributed the earth's supremest
achievements, and a visit to the Expo Exposition
sition Exposition is not only an education, but an
inspiration.

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 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Orde. of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Uuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club ,; house
opposite postofSce, ast side.
L. H. von Engelken, E. R.
-Nelson Geise, Secretary. At.

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets In Yonge's Hall-every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extend sd to visiting
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
"W. L. Colbert. Secretary.
IIAKIOX-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge fw. i,'t. 4
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening of each month at
7i30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
WOODMEa OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hallfi at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visitinp
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C- C
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
lield every Monday at 8 p. mM 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. 13, R, A. 31.

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.,' on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. 9. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Bjto, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGE 5". 17. OT A.

Concordia Lodge. Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
cn the second Thursday evening of
ach month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary. Ad
Charles Goddard. C. C.

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

LOYAL ORPER OP MOOSE
Ocala Lodge .o. 699, L. O. M.,

meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. n.

Visiting brethern always welcome to
the lodge and club house on Mag

nolia street, near postoffioo.

Yield of Oil From Cocoanuts.
It is said 40 cocoanuts will yield a

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We are prepared to attend
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your crops atreasonablc
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Tomalo Wrappers & Fruit Jars
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Picking Baskets
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FLA

carved a living, fish.

Part Was Cooked and th Other Part
Swim Around Till Nedd.
Not many years ago. being one of the
few foreigners ieru)itted to reside in
the interior of Japan. I was favored
with this Interesting experience:
Living near a small fishing village
and out of convenient reach of the
treaty ports. I found It necessary to
content myself to a great extent with
native subsistence. However, a daily
supply of delicious living fish went far
to compensate for the absence of beef beefsteak
steak beefsteak and bread and butter.
The peddlers of fish carry their
finny merchandise in shallow tubs
filled with water, suspended from the
ends of a yoke across the shoulders
In this fashion they trot along for
miles on their rounds.
Having the advantage of first choice.
I could usually select one of a size
suitable for the day's needs, but one
morning they were aH entirely too
large, and when It was pointed out
that the smallest was double the size
wanted he replied:
"Oh. but you can cut It In two; use
half today, the other half tomorrow."
This suggestion would seem simple
enough in American markets, but when
he was told that stale fish was unde
sirable he explained that the remaining
half would be as lively tomorrow or
any day thereafter until used: that the
operation would not hurt the fish In
the slightest respect. At this point
curiosity prompted me to direct the
flip vlvisectionist to proceed with hi
barbarous net.
lie immediately laid one of the fish
on a board and placed his long, keen
edged knife just back of the gills and

quickly sliced off all of one side down
to the tall and so close to the ribs that
you could almost see them. The part
containing the vital organs was return returned
ed returned to the water, where, of course, ow owing
ing owing to loss of equilibrium, it turned on
Its side. But to my astonishment it
swam round lively as ever, seemingly
undisturbed by the loss of so much
flesh, and remained so until the next
day when I was ready to cook it.
My native friends smiled at the sug suggestion
gestion suggestion cf cruelty and related the story
of a distinguished daiinio who caught
a fish sliced in this manner that had
been placed in the river years before
and lived this long time happy and
lively as other fish. But the idea of
carving a living fish made me shudder,
and I never tried it again. C D. Wei Wei-don.
don. Wei-don. In New York Tribune.

Diarrhoea Quickly Cured
"About two years ago I had a se severe
vere severe attack of diarrhoea which lasted
for over a week," writes W. C. Jones
Buford, N. D. "I became so weak that
I could r.ot stand upright. A druggist
recommended Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The
nrst dose relieved me and within two
days I was as well as ever." Obtain Obtainable
able Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.

FUOM every part of the worM one of mnny revolutionary scientiflc j
vlitrH are thronging to the advances demonstrate.! at the Exl- J
rcat KxjM.siti'n at Ssn Fran-ltion. The Invention has raide pible j
clstu Tio Imposition there U the transcontinental telephone, and the
tue most cor.ipn-henslvc and interest- principle whii h U applied hns not leen (
lag of all universal expositions, and :t developed to Its fullest extent It Uj

will prubil.'.y be the lat to be held: said that with the probable aeveiop-

wlthln the re.-en t generation. .Now
is the time to e It- I
The I'anama -Pacific International Ex-j
position, which oie:ied cn Feb. 20 last,
has charmed the miillons who have al already
ready already beheld the magic: city by the
Golden Gate.
The marvels of the universe are dis displayed
played displayed in the vast exhibit palaces, af affording
fording affording the most comprehensive sura sura-ma
ma sura-ma ry of the world's progress ever dl dl-closed.
closed. dl-closed. Many of the exhibits are as
revolutionary in their character and
mean as much to future generations
as did the locomotive or telegraph
when it was first Introduced. The
Audion amplifier, for example, makes
It possible for a man in New York city
to deliver an address through the tele telephone
phone telephone to a large audience In San Fran

cisco. 3.000 miles away. Through thei

use of heat waves the Intensity of the
voice vibrations Is Increased to such an
extent that, although the orator may
deliver hi address In a low voice Into

the telephone in New York, In San
Francisco It is possible to Increase the
scpnd In volume sufficient to fill a large
hail. On the other hand, the New York
speaker's address may be distributed
through telephonic receiving disks at attached
tached attached to each chair In the hall in San
Francisco. In one of the exhibit pal palaces
aces palaces visitors may. without charge, hear
a man In New York read from the
headlines of the New York newspa newspapers.
pers. newspapers. This performance begins In the
Falace of Liberal Arts each day at 3
o'clock.
The amazing voice amplifier Is but

r.ter required laortt. to cro lU ?
plains, with that of t-lay. w l.i ri th?
orator In New York may sdd;v k.s

audience in San FYar.ci

And there are tnanr o:.f r l r

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TZLEPBOXS TWEiTT-TWO FEET HIGH AT
TEE PAS AHA-FACT riC EXPOSITION.
This giant telephone Is shown in tha
Palace of Liberal Art. Panama-Pa cine
International Exposition. Ban Franclaco.
ment of the long distance wireless tele telephone
phone telephone this cevr invention will make it
possible to project the human voice
halfway around the globe without the
use of a telephone "wire. Contrast the
era sixty-five years ago. when the plo-

.

ments as wonlerfol and as revcL:
ary. all revealing the trtr l of'
world's progress ;n the tirts. !- r, v
and ludustrles. If you are Inters tv-i
la mimns:. fur' example, t-on u!j th th-Coot
Coot th-Coot cif the vast Faiartj of Minc y
may find a mine In o;Kr.itji n, vri;!i i:.
slopes and tunnels and s!:.ifts srvI emn-prestst-d
air drills Walt n cj(.o: t r. :
you may witness nn explo-iou in tl.n
mine. A gon; rlng-s; n n::,! ;I
dashes up with a corps of re -curs j
vlded with respiratory appaatn-;, ar. I
effects a rescue
In the Palace of Machinery ycu-miy

see a minLiture battleship l.!-j-.vp tp t r

a miniature mine patterned aft; r c:
of the latest tyit-! of the sn isirl;

mine. In the PMl.ce nf I fluent', .i t u
will see classes of stu.lents c-": 1
their studies, and perhaps you miy ? ?
able to see Mme. ilontesorl. the cele celebrated
brated celebrated Italian teacher. InstrucU.--
classes of children. In the 'vi.ft ex exhibit
hibit exhibit palaces and' state br-Ildins r.j-j-tiou
pictures are freely ei::;;'o;t-l with
this object In vlow. There are forty forty-three
three forty-three "free c-lnem tograr h .ow
the Exposition grounds, tr. 1. t y ll-
way. there is no charge to enter tie
exhibit palaces.
If you are Interested In wr.at the for foreign
eign foreign nations have accorr.p:. j
have only to visit the marv. u
plays of the European corir.tr'.- r f
those of the Orient or Fout.'j Ar.-r.
Canada or Auftralla. An .- tl
French displays you nuty. if -j i.

behold pnreiess won: or &rt
fore exhibited In Atnerica : 1 l
at the Exfosition find -ulctj fi
the ravages of war.

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.

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A Dry Land Boat Rac.
A dry Land boat race took place at
"'some sports In the north of England
last year and caused much merriment
The -crews" sit astride a pole and run
backward round a course, steered by a
-cox. who faces In the right direction
Tumbles, needless to say. are very fre frequent,
quent, frequent, and when the leader happen?
to lose his footing he generally -shipwrecks"
the whole crew, to the vast
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OCALA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY, JULY 7. 1915.

SEVEN

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Kathlyn Williams' Experiences
In a Desert Sand Storm and How
She Learned to Ride a Camel

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By KATHLYN WILLIAMS.
I am very glad to write about my ad adventures
ventures adventures and experiences while out in

the California
Desert, working
in the production
of the new Selig
picture "The
Carpet From Bag Bagdad."
dad." Bagdad." Of course, I am
accustomed to all
sorts of strange
and unusual con conditions
ditions conditions which I
find necessary In
the production of
any big picture,
but I do want to
say that my expe experience
rience experience in the Cal California
ifornia California Desert was
one of the wildest

and weirdest I ever endured.
You, who have read the novel of
Harold MacGrath, will recall that the
principal scenes In "The Carpet From
Bagdad" are laid in the great Arabian
Desert, and some of the principal
characters are Arabs; so Mr. Colin
Campbell, in making his arrangements
for appropriate properties, bought a
lot of real and most interesting Ara

bian trappings, including those won

derfully striped tents, bales and bales
of beautiful rugs, camel harness, those
peculiar Arab guns so beautifully in inlaid
laid inlaid with mother-of-pearl and studded
with jewels, great water Jars, etc. The
garments made in Arabia especially
for those who were to participate In
"The Carpet From Bagdad" were sup supplied
plied supplied in ample quantities, so that we
could look the part and be presented
to the world as the genuine article.
From the big Selig Jungle-Zoo out
at Eastlake, in Los Angeles, Mr. Camp Campbell
bell Campbell made a requisition for about
twenty camels. You can just imagine
a man writing a requisition on a slip
of paper just "as though it were for
twenty papers of pins, or twenty ar articles
ticles articles of any kind. These camels.

instructions were given that no trunks
or clothing, except that suitable for
the pictures, were to be taken along.
No one was permitted to carry any ex excess
cess excess baggage. In fact, all members of
the company except those of us who
took the part of Europeans, were in instructed
structed instructed to take along nothing except
the Arabian garments in order that
they might learn to wear them in a
natural way and more effectively por portray
tray portray the part. Of course, I kept my
part throughout, as a European girl,
while Miss Eugenie Besserer, who
played the part of my mother, also
took the part throughout of a Euro European.
pean. European. Arabian Nights Tale.
It looked like a tale out of the
Arabian Nights when our caravan
started across the desert The pierc piercing
ing piercing rays of the sun fell upon us with without
out without mercy as the day was hot, but wc
all enveloped our heads and faces In
the voluminous folds of Arab cloths,
so that the sifting sand dust did not
bother us as much as we expected.
Following behind the strictly orien oriental
tal oriental caravan came the up-to-date Amer American
ican American parade, consisting of huge wag wagons,
ons, wagons, many of which bore enormous
tanks containing thousands of gallons
of water. This was a special provision
made at the instructions of Mr. Selig,
and for which we were all grateful be before
fore before another day had passed. These
enormous wagons were hauled by a
number of pairs of horses sixteen or
twenty I do not remember which.
They were equipped with broad tires
so that the wheels did not sink deeply
into the sand. They were especially
constructed for use on the desert. Be Behind
hind Behind the big tank wagons came other
wagons loaded with tents, provisions,
cooking utensils and the entire camp
outfit.
Through the thoughtfulness of Mr.
Selig our provisions were not limited
to necessities. There were countless
additions to the ordinary larder, and
there was one huge wagon loaded with
ice. When we camped for the night.

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which by the Way are the homeliest
brutes I ever hope to see, were out outfitted
fitted outfitted in exactly the same manner as
though they were to make a journey
across the real Arabian Desert.
I guess that there Is really very little
difference In the Arabian Desert and
our own American Desert. At any
rate the Arabian Desert cannot be any
worse. There are miles and miles of
soft sand into which the feet sink and
when there is even the slightest wind,
the clouds of sand circulate about
moving figures and almost suffocate
one.
We moved out into the desert with
our ; caravan completely equipped as
though we were going to cross a real
big desert in earnest. There were the
strings of camels with their long,
scrawny necks bedizened with tinkling
bells and made gay by strips and
streamers of gay colored cloths. We
had real Arabs to handle the camels
and those who rode on horseback had
genuine Arab horses of the very finest
breed.
This was really a business trip and

our tents were pitched on a small
oasis where there was a spring of
brackish water.
Some pictures were taken at our
first camp to be used in the produc production,
tion, production, but everybody was glad to keep
inside the tents and bask in the cool cooling
ing cooling breeze created by electric fans
which were run by small motors at attached
tached attached to storage batteries. I suppose
if some old Arab sheik could have
stumbled in on us with the expectation
of finding a real desert camp, he would
have been shocked and horrified to
find how comfortable and pleasant a

desert camp can be made with the use
of modern appliances and conven conveniences.
iences. conveniences.
The next morning I was invited to
ride one of the camels. I proceeded
to do this, and it was not my first ex experience,
perience, experience, but a short session was am amply
ply amply sufficient. I was very glad to get
back Into our big, roomy automobile
and give somebody else the privilege
of riding the ungainly brute that
plunged and shook, so that it was no
sinecure to remain on his back.
Life in the desert does not amount
to much. Occasionally one of the men
would dash off to one side of a road
and shoot the head off a rattle-snake.
At various points along the silent trail
were the bleaching bones of oxen,
horses, burros and other animals. They
explained to me that the bones of
human beings who had died on the
trail had been given burial. That was
the reason we did not see any human
skeletons; but we were told that many
persons hau met their death along the
gruesome desert path.
It was in the afternoon of the sec second
ond second day that the guides leading the
caravan dashed back along the line
of camels, automobiles and wagons
and announced that a sand-storm was
approaching, and that we should get
everything in readiness for it. Then

there was a great hustling and dus dus-tling
tling dus-tling about. The camels were ordered
to kneel and Arab riders and drivers
buried themselves underneath the
folds of their capacious burnouses, so
that the sand could cover them com completely
pletely completely without Injury.
Storm Approaches.
Those of U3 In the automobiles
huddled in our seats and were cov covered
ered covered with large cloths which complete completely
ly completely enveloped machine and occupant.
They did not cover us up until the last
minute, so that we could see the storm
approaching. We could see pillars of
whirling and twisting sand, each sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by a nimbus of dust through
which the sun shot its rays making
various tints all of which were sad and
lifeless. It i3 really a difficult thing,
I suppose, to get much beauty out ot a
dust cloud. The storm swept nearer
and nearer. The camels grumbled but
laid their long necks straight on the
ground ready to meet the storm.
As soon as the dust began to swirl
about us, we were enveloped In the
huge cloths covering the automobile,
and we remained under cover until
the storm had swept pasL Luckily,
it was not a severe storm. It lasted
only about ten minutes, and we could
see it swirling and twisting In the dis distance
tance distance as it passed on over the desert.
The men of the party rode here and
there always keeping within sight of
the caravan and they brought back for
our inspection those ugly little horned
toads, an amazing collection of lizards,
while they reported the conquest of
several, rattle-snakes.
We passed an old miner a typical
'49er, dressed in a gray woolen shirt,
corduroy ; trousers and long heavy
boots. He was camped by the way wayside,
side, wayside, his only companion being a tiny
burro, dressed in an enormous pack
saddle. The old man had his pick and
shovel and gold-pan strapped to the
pack saddle and evidently had hopes
of finding some place to use them. Our
party greeted him jovially and wished
him good luck, but he sat by his little
camp fire unmoved and with no more
expression on his features than his
companion, the burro.
In the desert, one day is Just about
the same as another day, while the
nights offer no change from the mon monotony.
otony. monotony. Of course, we had a big tent
which we used as a drawing-room and
there in the evening, we sat about
with music sometimes, giving a bridge
party, and enjoying ourselves in vari various
ous various ways. Several in the party had
good voices, so we had some singing
of excellent quality.
One thing we were always careful
about, was to make a thorough exami examination
nation examination of our bedding before retiring
for the night. More than one member
of the party gave vent to ejaculations
of horror upon the discovery of a scor scorpion
pion scorpion or centipede, which evidently
thought the bed had been especially
prepared for his comfort.
Day by day the picture making went
on. There was mad riding on horse horseback
back horseback and camelback. .There was shoot shooting,
ing, shooting, and I will never forget the day
of the fierce combat which was so
realistic that we all shuddered, and
felt that we had witnessed a tragedy.
Indeed. Of course, during the action
of the piece, other fights were pic pictured,
tured, pictured, but the big fight in the desert,
is surely one that will fascinate every everyone
one everyone who sees the picture.
One particular thing about our des desert
ert desert Journey, at least the fact was pe peculiar
culiar peculiar to us, occidentals, was the close
application of the Arab3 and other Mo Mohammedans
hammedans Mohammedans in our train, to their re religious
ligious religious duties. They had a muezzin,
who was alsj a whirling dervish, and
he called the devotees of Mohammed
to prayers as strictly as though they
were in their own home country.
Enjoyable Feature.
An exceptionally enjoyable feature
in connection with our trip, was the
privilege of taking a bath something
never before dene in the deserL Mr.
Selig had an eye to the comfort of the
members of his troupe, and Instructed
that arrangements should be made for
a plentiful supply of water to be used
for bathing purposes. I don't suppose
that ever before In the history of a
desert caravan, were daily baths in indulged
dulged indulged in by members of a party. I
don't mean to intimate that everybody
took baths, but some of us did, and it
made life less difficult under the
dreadful and mournful surroundings.
It took us a long time in the desert,
and the work was hard, but we knew
that it must be accomplished and we
all did our best. So that when you see
"The Carpet From Eagdad" produced
in a great Selig photoplay, those of

you who read this article, will recall
the substance of my writing. We did
not move about much and we were
fairly comfortable during the weeks
spent In the desert.
I can realize how a man, alone amid
the trackless waste of sands, can be become
come become hopeless and helpless especially
when without water. I will never for forget
get forget one day when we had ridden sev several
eral several miles from camp, that we discov discovered
ered discovered that the canteens had been left
behind. There was no water to drink.
Of course, we were without water for
only a few hours, but the very fact
that we could not have it when, we
wanted it, made us desire it all the
more.
I have experienced more pleasant
occasions than our trip through the
California Desert, and I also have ex experienced
perienced experienced occasions that were more
unpleasanL The desert traveler
equipped with primitive conveniences,
and with limited supplies of food and
water, naturally finds such a trip a
hardship, but, we, equipped with every
modern convenience and supplied with
all sorts of luxuries, really felt no
great inconvenience. But, it is really
a wonderfully weird experience to live
even for a short time in the desert.

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"Co-operate," according to the Standard Dictionary, is "To operate together or
jointly for a common object or to a common end or result.
There can be no real co operation wherein the motives or interests impelling
any of the parties to die endeavor are different from those which move or con control
trol control the other parties to it.
The Florida Citrus Exchange is a truly co-operative organization in that it is
exclusively composed of and operated by growers of citrus fruits who aim to
secure for themselves fair returns on their labor by producing good fruit, pick picking
ing picking and packing it with care, sending it only to markets that are in position to
use the supply offered and telling the consuming public by means of newspa newspaper,
per, newspaper, magazine and other forms of advertising about the merits of this fruit.
Every grower who is a member of the Exchange is on par with every other
member. Three or moje growers in any community may form a local associa association
tion association and the members thereof elect its officers and determine its policies. They
choose one of their number to represent them in the Sub-Exchange, composed
of three or more such local associations, usually all located in the same county.
These directors of the Sub-Exchange elect a grower, who is a member of one of
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No member of the Florida Citrus Exchange has any possibility of profit through
the organization except from the sale of his fruit. All moneys secured by the
Exchange are accounted for to the individual growers, and remitted, less pre previously
viously previously agree upon deductions for selling and advertising expense. Neither the
State organization nor the Sub-Exchange can own property other than neces necessary
sary necessary to the conduct of its business. The packing houses and machinery are
paid for and belong to the local associations and are the joint property of the
members who built and equipped them.
The Florida Citrus Exchange is composed of none but growers, controlled and
managed by growers, operated in the interests of growers. The fruit of its
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$4 and to Atlanta $6. The rate from
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EIGHT

OCALA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1913.

I

OCALA OCCURENCES

Messrs. Bruce Meffert and Ralph
liobinson spent the fourth at Daytona
Beach.

Nyal's White Liniment. Use it for
' aches and pains, bruises and sprains.
Sold F y Annex Drug Store. 16-tf
Mr. J. D. McDonald has returned
. 1rom a visit to Pablo.

Houses for rent on Daugherty
street, all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to A. G. Gates at Gates Gar Garage.
age. Garage. 15-tf
Mr. L. L. Palmer, the all around
veteran of the Gainesville Sun, is
spending the day in Ocala. He paid
the Star an appreciated call.
Mr. H. W. Rawls returned this
morning from Daytona, where he has
been spending a few days.
"Carter's Delicious'' slice cake is
made clean, sold clean and delivered
clean. Ask your grocer for Carter's
cake. tf
-Earl McRae is quite ill at the home
of his parents.
Mr. J. F. Jenkins was registered at
the Hillsboro in Tampa yesterday.
Rt. Rev. Hoss, Methodist bishop of
Oklahoma, sailed yesterday from San
Francisco for Sidney, Australia. The
bishop is a personal friend of Dr. J.
"M. Gross and has hundreds of friends
in Florida.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
tmd day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
Messrs. J. L. Hogan and L. S. Wal Waldron
dron Waldron of High Springs were in town
"today. Mr. Hogan is one of the fa famous,
mous, famous, family of A. C. L. engineers.
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 is a weird figure supposed o
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 masks,
go through a weird dance, accompa accompanied
nied accompanied by much drum-beating and sing
Ins.
By His Own Deposition.
A policeman, whose evidence was
taken on commission, deposed: "The
prisoner sat upon me, calling me an
ass, a precious dolt, a scarecrow, a
ragamuffin, and an idiot." And, this
being the conclusion of his depositions,
his signature was preceded by the for
mal ending, "All of which I swear is
true."
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In the expectant mother's mind there
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"7 and yet during1 the pe pe-ji
ji pe-ji riod of expectancy.
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"Mother's Friend" is recommended every,
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WEATHER REPORT
This report i3 made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min R. F.
July 1 S8 72 .24
July 2 88 70 .12
July 3 91 70 .02
July 4 95 72 .24
July 5 V0 73 .41
July 5 90 72 .41
Local Forecast
Generally fair tonight and Thurs Thursday
day Thursday sxcept probably showers on the
northeast coast.
J The Temple tonight will have the
i Pathe News, the Girl of the Music
Hall, a Kalem drama, and the Master
of His House, a Vitagraph comic.
"Everybody is looking forward to
j "Neptune's Daughter," the great
spectacular story of next Monday.
CANDLER
, Candler, July 5. Mr. Philip Fort
loaded a car of watermelons today.
Miss Helen Thornton of Burbank, is
visiting Mrs. Janie Pritchett. Miss
Thornton was the public school teach teacher
er teacher here two years ago, and has many
friends to welcome her return visits.
Mrs. John Mathews accompanied by
Master Don Curcie went to Trilby Fri Friday
day Friday for a visit to Mrs. Lottie Allen
and family.
Mrs. George Russell spent part of
the past week the guest of Mrs. Moore
and Mrs. Hiscock. She was accom accompanied
panied accompanied home by Mrs. Hiscock for a
several days' visit.
Mr. and Mrs. T." M. Pritchett, Jr.
and daughter, Catharine, motored up
from Palm Beach last week and paid
their relatives and friends a brief
visit. Mr. Rickards was en route to
his parents' home in Balsam, N. C,
for a summer's vacation, while Mrs
Rickards and daughter will visit
friends in Georgia a short time, ere
returning to Palm Beach.
Mr. John Mathews lost a fine horse
Saturday from staggers.
Mrs. Mary Cauthen has her little
niece of Belleview visiting her.
FLORIDA LIFE COMPANY
TURNED OVER TO STATE
Times-Union, 7th: At the a day
session held yesterday in the offices
of the Florida Life Insurance Com
pany members of the recently ap
pointed committee devoted the morn
ing to deliberations of what was best
to be done concerning the interests of
the numerous policyholders of the
company and decided on a set of res
olutions to be presented to the direc
tors at the afternoon session of the
board, this being done and resulting in
the courts to be asked to turn the af affairs
fairs affairs of the Florida Life Insurance
Compnay over to J. C. Luning, treas
urer of the state of Florida.
NOTICE
I will take a class in sewing begin
ning the 11th at my home at 439 Ok
lawaha avenue. 3-6t Miss Wilson.
Traveling Man's Experience
"In the summer of 1888 I had a very
severe attack of cholera morbus. Two
physicians worked over me from four
a. m. to 6 p. m. without giving me any
relief and then told me they did not
expect me to live; that I had best tele telegraph
graph telegraph for my family. Instead of dorng
so, I gave the hotel porter fifty cents
and told him to buy me a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, and take no sub substitute.
stitute. substitute. I took a double dose accord according
ing according to the directions and went to sleep
after the second dose. At five o'clock
the next morning I was called by my
order and took a train for my next
stopping point, a well man but feel feeling
ing feeling rather shaky from the severity of
the attack," writes H. W. Ireland,
Louisville, Ky. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
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 coop-erators
erators coop-erators and 125 corn club boys.
I have visited this month 54 demon demonstrators,
strators, demonstrators, 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, 76. 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.
Lose Its Charm.
4 It's difficult for a newly .married
man to. generate much enthusiasm
over his bride's beautiful hair after
he has seen her pile it on the bureau
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Adams street side of his property.
Chairman of street committee was
authorized to contract with the Stand Standard
ard Standard Oil Company for oil to be used on
the streets at 3'i cents per gallon
delivered, same to be delivered in
quantities desired within six months.
The Moose Club electricity account
has been before the council for some
months was referred to the city clerk
with power to act.
City marshall was instructed to no notify
tify notify Mrs. Spencer on Oklawaha ave avenue
nue avenue to remove refuse lumber, etc.,
from her premises as same is danger dangerous
ous dangerous from the standpoint of fire.
City attorney was granted leave of
absence for a month's vacation.
A communication from the mayor
was filed until the report of the bond
trustees is presented.
The clerk was instructed to commu communicate
nicate communicate with the A. C. L. authorities
and request that the road's crossings
at Fort King and Oklawaha avenues
be made of wood and placed on level
with tracks.
ADJOURNED UNTIL OCTOBER
The Pythian Sisters held their reg
ular weekly meeting in the Temple
Tuesday afternoon. After installing
officers for the term, the lodge ad
journed until the first Tuesday in
October.
The officers installed were as fol
lows:
Lelia P. Tompkins, M. E. C.
Susie Baxter, E. S.
Essie Spencer, E. J.
Bessie Rentz, M. of T.
Mildred Goddard, M. of F.
Kate B. Howell, M. of R. & C.
Sue Lang, G. of O. T.
Willie Lamar, Protector of Temple.
Sarah C. Bltfch, P. C.
MEETING OF AUXILIARY
There will be a meeting of the Wo
man's Auxiliary Board of the Marion
County Hospital Association, tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock, at the resi
dence of Mrs. W. K. Zewadski. All
members are urged to be present, as
matters of importance will be brought
before the board.
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, Pres.
U. D. C. NOTICE
Dickison Chapter, U. D. C, will hold
its monthly business meeting Friday
afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk.
Mrs. A. A. Winer, Rec. Sec'y.
BAY LAKE
Bay Lake, July 6. Mr. D. M. Wal-
dron's family attended the picnic at
Eureka Saturday, July 3rd. They re report
port report a grand time. We know Eureka
is noted for that, anyway.
Miss Othella Cassels and brother
Mike, went over, to Island Grove Sat
urday to attend a big picnic and base
ball game during the day and a fine
play in the evening. They returned
Sunday after having a most delight
ful time, bringing with them their
cousin, Mrs. C.E. Ergle, to spend a
week.
Messrs. I. B. and Bailey Waldron
motored over to Fort McCoy Sunday
afternoon.
Messrs. E. Hinson and G. W. Kings Kings-ley
ley Kings-ley were business visitors in Fort Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy Saturday.
After motoring over to Bay Lake
Sunday afternoon, Messrs. McKinsey
and W. A. Stevens were on their re return
turn return trip when they happened to an
accident with their car and spent part
of the Sabbath repairing their ma machine.
chine. machine. We sympathize with them as
we realize what a refreshing shower
we had about that time. Mr. I. B.
Waldron took them to Fort McCoy
and Mr. Rufus Raynes came out and
repaired the car Monday.
Mr. Jack Counts of Palatka was
called to the bedside of his wife a few
days ago. Mrs. Counts is here visit visiting
ing visiting her father, D. B. Brinson. She
was taken ill soon after coming but
we hope will soon be fully recovered.
Quite a crowd of Bay Lake people
attended a candy pulling down on the
Oklawaha river Friday evening at
the home of Mr. Charlie Kingsley. All
enjoyed a pleasant evening and left
hoping for a return of the same again
soon.
Miss Emma Ekloff has returned to
Bay Lake after several days visit to
Miss Lona Blitch at Blitchton.
Mrs. G. W. Kingsley and son and
Mrs. E. Hinson and two bright little
children visited Mrs. M. E. Moore at
Turner farm Sunday afternoon.
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 thnt I never
used anything that did me so much
trood." Edward Craft, Elba, N. Y.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Beauty More Than Skin Deep
A beautiful woman always ha3 good
digestion. If your digestion is faulty,
Chamberlain's Tablets will do, you
good. Obtainable everywhere. Adv.

OFF DAY FOR OCALA

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error, Harris popped up a fly to the
pitcher and Chazal was trapped at
second. Davis struck out.
Seventh Inning v
Clearwater: Campbell struck out.
McMullen went out, second to first,
and Davis died on a grounder to Gal Galloway.
loway. Galloway. Ocala: Batts walked. Zewadski pop popped
ped popped up a fly to short who caught
Batts napping. Dinkins reached first
on short's error and stole second.
Blitch struck out.
Eighth Inning
Clearwater: Hicks flew out to cen center.
ter. center. Dodge was out pitcher to first;
Couch struck out.
Ocala: Dewey, Galloway and Chazal
struck out.
Ninth Inning
Clearwater: Kirk doubled to center,
Thomas struck out, Howell fanned;
Campbell reached first on an error,
Kirk scoring. Campbell was out at
second.
Ocala: Harris doubled to center, but
Davis and Batts struck out and
Zewadski was thrown out at first.
The Score
Clearwater ..5 0203000 1 -11
Ocala 0 0001 00001
DONT WAIT
Take Advantage of an Ocala Citizen's
Experience
When the back begins to ache,
Don't wait until backache becomes
chronic;
Till kidney troubles develop;
Till urinary troubles destroy night's
rest.
Profit by an Ocala citizen's exper
ience.
Mrs. A E. Holly, 113 S. Second
St., Ocala, says: "I was having a
great deal of trouble with my kidneys.
The kidney secretions were un unnatural.
natural. unnatural. My back was sore and
lame and every time I stooped, a
catch shot across my loins. My
feet and ankles were swollen and the
flesh underneath my eyes was puffed
up. i tnea several aiuney medicines
and even took a doctor's prescription.
but nothing did me any gooa until I
started taking Doan'e Kidney Pills.
1 improved from the flirt and was
soon cured."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for kindey remedy get
Doan's Klndej Pills the same that
Mrs. Holly had. Foster-Milburn
Co.,' Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 4
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
PIANO FOR SALE J. & G. Fisher
instrument, with ivory keys; in thor
oughly good condition; cheap for
cash or on easy payment plan. E. C.
Jordan & Company, 223 W. Broad
way. Phone 10. 7-6t
FOR SALE Twin Indian motorcycle,
1914 model, equipped with lights, ex extra
tra extra seat, etc.; in excellent condition. A
bargain. Call at 726 E. Third street.
Phone 184. 7-7-3t
WANTED A party of two or three
to go to Miami in Overland car, leav leaving
ing leaving Ocala or Eastlake Thursday
mcrning. For particulars phone Mar Marion
ion Marion Bottling Works. 7-6-2t
FOR SALE Young mare, 7 to 8
ycr.rs old, good saddle horse, works
double or single; five head young milk
cows and two calves; washing' ma machine;
chine; machine; five acre3 of corn ground.
Reasonable price. Address Box 62,
Belleview, Fla. 7-7-6t
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. 28-12t
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 board at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin. at
Carlton 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
FOR RENT Four furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished rooms; lights, city or cis cistern
tern cistern water; cheap. Phone 382. 3-4t

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yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has about 1C 3
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