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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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OCALA

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ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE
LOCAL NE
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PRESS TIME
VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY J), 1915
NO. 161
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

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PPRMAM AMQIMFR HA HID 1
lOiilli HwiEis HANuuJ wi
10 AmBASSADOR GERARD

Should Reach
IT IS HOT BELIEVED THAT
Berlin, July 8. Germany's reply to
the American note on submarine war warfare
fare warfare was delivered to Ambassador
Gerard here late tonight.
SHOULD BE HERE BY SUNDAY
Washington, July 9 Germany's re reply
ply reply to the. American note, delivered to
Ambassador Gerard in Berlin last
night, should reach Washington to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow or Sunday at the latest. The
president is expected to return from
Cornish to lay the reply before the
cabinet Tuesday.
ANOTHER CRITICAL SITUATION
MAY BE AHEAD
Officials realize there is probably
no essential change in Germany's re reply
ply reply from the form which was outlined
recently on a basis of the outline that
the United States declined to engage
in supplementary negotiations, feel feeling
ing feeling that German proposals couldn't
be accepted without a sacrifice of
neutral rights.
RENEWED TENSION
There is renewed tension over the
next step. If the German reply is un unsatisfactory,
satisfactory, unsatisfactory, another critical stage is
i a : r :i i j
liability for the loss of more than a
hundred Americans on the Lusitania,
constitutes the difficult issue.
OFFICIAL VERSION WILL SOON
. BE GIVEN OUT
Berlin,1 July 9. The note to Amer America
ica America is being translated. Paragraphs
embodying the principal features
have already been dispatched to Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. The text and summaries will
be withheld from" the newspapers, so
the official version will be given right
away.
OUTLINE OF THE ANSWER
The outline of the German note
which has been cabled to the state de department
partment department by Ambassador Gerard is
known to be far from satisfactory to
the officials at Washington. Respect Respecting
ing Respecting the sinking of the Lusitania no
admission of liability is made by the
German government. The view is ex expressed
pressed expressed that though it was not be believed
lieved believed the Lusitania had sunk as
rapidly as it was reported, for the
future Americans would be allowed to
travel safely on the high seas as pas passengers
sengers passengers on American ships or on bel belligerent
ligerent belligerent ships not carrying munitions
of war. On the other hand it is re required
quired required of the United States, according
to the draft of the note, that she in inform
form inform the German government the
date of departure and character of the
vessels carrying such American pas passengers
sengers passengers and guarantee that such ships
carried no war munitions. High offi officials
cials officials in Washington stated that it
would be an unneutral act on the part
of the United States to notify any
belligerent of the date of departure or
the character of cargo of a belliger belligerent
ent belligerent merchantman.
The German ambassador in a wire wireless
less wireless communication from his govern government,
ment, government, it is understood, has been in informed
formed informed that his government is willing
to assist in making arrangements to
insure the safe carriage of Americans
aboard belligerent ships when such
vessels are not carrying munitions of
war. For the United States to make
this concession on its own ititiative,
it is held, would imperil the entire
fabric of American rights with other
belligerents.
A Good Household Salve
Ordinary ailments and injuries are
not of themselves seriou3, but infec infection
tion infection or low vitality may make them
dangerous. Don't neglect a cut, sore
bruise or hurt because its small. Blood
poison has resulted from a pin-prick
or scratch For all such ailments
Bucklen's Arnica Salve is excellent. It
protects and heals the hurt; is an antiseptic,
tiseptic, antiseptic, kills infection and prevents
dangerous complications. Good for all
skin blemishes, pimples, salt rheum,
eczema. Get an original 2-ounce 25c.
box from your druggist. Adv. 2

the United States Saturday or
at Least Sunday

THE GERMAN REPLY WILL BE
TO A!.
(Associated Press)
BRICK CITY TEAM BEATEN
TWICE YESTERDAY BY THE
CLEARWATER. BOYS
Ocala's fond hopes of victory were
blighted again yesterday, Clearwater
beating the home team twice in suc succession.
cession. succession. The only explanation is that Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater played the best ball. Oeala, how however,
ever, however, has no reason to be ashamed, for
the boys did very well. In the first
game, which was of seven innings, the
home team pulled off its rather too
frequent stunt of not starting out
well, andgetting so far behind that it
couldn't recover lost ground. The
score in this game was four to two,
Clearwater making all four runs in
the first inning. Perhaps if ip had
been a nine-inning game, the locals
would have won, or at least tied the
score. Anderson pitched and Bullock
caught for Ocala in this game, and
both did well enough to get away with
the average visiting team. There is
no doubt that the Clearwater team is
above the average.
In the second game, Galloway pitch pitched
ed pitched and Dinkins caught for Ocala.
Ocala with considerable; reason con considers
siders considers this her heavy battery. Mc Mc-Mullen
Mullen Mc-Mullen pitched and Thomas caught
for Clearwater. McMullcn is an ex extraordinary
traordinary extraordinary good pitcher, and it
speaks well for the Ocnla boys that
they are getting on Xo his curves.
They landed on him five times, and if
he would stay hero long enough they
would know just where to find him
every time.
The second game went the way of
the first one. Both teams played well,
and it is noticeable that Clearwater
again won Jts victory in one inning,
making three runs in the eighth,
which with one in the fourth gave
them four to the locals' two.'
Following is the game by innings:
' First Game
Dodge reached first when Dewey let
a grounder get through him. Couch
singled and Kirk reached first on a
fielder's choice, Dodge being caught
at the plate. Thomas singled, scoring
Couch. Howell and McMullen singled,
scoring Kirk. Davis singled, scoring
Thomas and Howell. McMullen stole
third but was caught coming in home
on Cobb's grounder. Campbell flew
out to left. Clearwater never scored
after this inning and Ocala chalked
up her first run in the third.
Ocala: Bullock went out, short to
first. Dewey flew out to center. Chazal
walked and went to third when second
let a wild peg go to center field. Har Harris
ris Harris reached first on a wild throw,
Chazal scoring; Anderson went out on
a grounder to first.
In the fourth inning Ocala made her
second and last run for the game. Ze Ze-wadski
wadski Ze-wadski struck out. Dinkins flew out to
left. Batts walked and went to second
on an error, scoring on a passed ball.
Davis was out, pitcher to first.
Ocala never got a hit off of Camp Campbell
bell Campbell during the seven innings.
Second Game First Inning
Clearwater: Dodge and Couch
struck out. Kirk was hit and went to
first. Thomas struck out.
Ocala: Zewadski grounded out to
first. Iiarris'walked and stole second.
Overmeyer flew out to third and Din Din-kins
kins Din-kins struck out.
Second Inning
Clearwater: Howell went out, pitch pitcher
er pitcher to first; Campbell struck out; Da Davis
vis Davis flew out to left.
Ocala: Blitch walked and stole sec second.
ond. second. Davis was thrown out at first.
Anderson singled, scoring Blitch. An Anderson
derson Anderson was caught going to second.
Dewey was thrown out at first.
Fourth Inning
Clearwater: In this inning Clearwa

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ter made their first run. Kirk singled.
Thomas reached first on a fielder's
choice. Kirk being forced at second.
Thomas stole second- Howell struck
out and Campbell singled, scoring
Thomas. Campbell was caught steal stealing
ing stealing second.
Neither team scored again until
the eighth, then Clearwater ran free
on the bases and annexed three runs.
Eighth Inning
Clearwater: Dodge doubled to right
field, Couch singled and Kirk brought
Dodge in with a scratch hit; Thomas
struck out. Howell landed on the ball,
sending it to center, Couch and Kirk
scoring and Howell went to second on
the throw to the plate. Campbell was
thrown out at first by Dewey.
In the ninth Ocala made another
score, so as to make both games come
out alike; of course, they never had
any intention of making three scores.
Ninth Inning
Ocala: -Dinkins singled and stole
second, going to third when the sec second
ond second baseman let the ball go through.
Blitch flew out to richt. Dinkins had
taerged up at third and came in home
with the throw. Blitch went out,
third to first. Anderson flew out to
second.
The last game will be played this
.afternoon, and the Clearwater boys
will go home tonight. Victors or van vanquished,
quished, vanquished, they are a bunch of superb
young men, and are always welcome
visitors in Ocala.
OCALA WOMAN INJURED
And An Engineer Killed in a Coast
Line Accident
(Associated Press)
Thomasville, Ga., July 9. Engineer
V. W. Phillips of Waycross, was killed
and several passengers injured this
morning when the Atlantic Coast Line
passenger train from Montgomery to
Waycross was derailed by an open
switch at Newark, Ga. Officials as assert
sert assert the switch was tampered with.
Amonsr the injured are Grace Wood
of Ocala, Fla., and Mrs. P. C. Howard,
Allenhurst, Ga. None are seriously
injured.
inquiry by the Star of all the fam families
ilies families by the name of Wood or Woods.,
at the postoffice and of the police de department
partment department does not connect "Grace
Wood of Ocala" with anybody known
here. A woman named Alice Woods,
who lived here for several months,
was known to be in South Georgia
some weeks ago.
PEA SEED FOR SALE
I have for sale 100 bushels of
choice seed Clay and Whipporwill
Peas. Will ship to order or deliver at
my farm, four miles from Ocala on
Anthony road (Boiler farm.) Meade
Oliver, P. O. Ocala. 9-fri-tues 4t
COULDN'T RECOVER THEIR COIN
Boston, July 9. The suit brought
by minority stockholders to recover
$102,000,000 from former and present
directors of the New York, New Hav Haven
en Haven and Hartford railroad, who were
charged with the responsibility for
improper expenditures was dismissed
by the supreme court yesterday. Wm.
G. Rockefeller, Lewis Cass Ledyard,
James S. Elton and Charles S. Mellen
were among the defendants.
"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is
sold by all the leading grocers. Ask
for it. Eight ounces for 10c. tf
Benefited by Chamberlain's Liniment
"Last winter I used Chamberlain's
Liniment for rheumatic pains, stiff stiffness
ness stiffness and soreness of the knees, and
can conscientiously say that I never
used anything that did me so much
good." Edward Craft, Elba, N. Y.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.

LL ASSIST

OUR STATE SENATOR, GlEIIII TERRELL, APPOINTED
TO All IMPORTANT OFFICE

Jacksonville, July 9. A special
from Tallahassee to the Times-Union
says: It was announced today that
Hon. Glenn Terrell, Sumter county,
state senator from the twentieth dis district,
trict, district, had been selected as assistant to
the attorney general.
Since Judge Ellis resigned as at attorney
torney attorney for the trustees of the inter internal
nal internal improvement fund and commis commissioners
sioners commissioners of Everglades drainage dis district
trict district to accept the position of justice
of the supreme court, to which he had
been elected, Attorney General T. F.
West has been doing the work of three
boards. In view of this additional
work in this office, it was thought ad advisable
visable advisable by the legislature to provide
for the employment of an additional
! man, and the employment was au-
iit
uiunzeu.
Marion as well as Sumter county
1 feel honored in this appointment. It
was known here some days ago that
the office had been tendered to Mr.
Terrell. It is not out of place to say
jhere that another and better paying
state office has been offered Mr. Ter Terrell,
rell, Terrell, but he declined it because he
could not accept without resigning hi
.seat in the Senate.
ANOTHER IMPORTANT STATE
OFFICE
A telegram from Tallahassee this
afternoon says that M. C. Mcintosh
has been appointed a-ssistant state
auditor. It is supposed that Mcintosh
is a member of a well known and in influential
fluential influential Tallahassee family.
MANY YET MISSING
BODIES OF 23 STORM VICTIMS
HAVE BEEN RECOVERED
f Astclat-i) Prs)
Cincinnati. O., July 0. Tt i. still
impossible this morning to definitely
estimate the total life lo;-s in Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati and vicinity in Wednesday
night's storm. Twenty-nine lodios
have been recovered, more than a
score are missing, including six of
the crew of the towboat, which cap capsized
sized capsized in the Ohio river.
ANOTHER PROMINENT
GREASER ARRESTED
(Associated Press)
El Paso, July 9 .lose Elesic Robles,
a Mexican general, was arrested by
the federal authorities today, charged
with conspiracy to violate United
States neutrality.
MEXICANS TRYING TO
SAIL FROM MIAMI
(Associated I're.os)
Washington, July 9. The depart department
ment department of justice will investigate re reports
ports reports that Felix Diaz is fitting out
Mexican expeditions in Baltimore and
Miami, Florida.
ENGLISH POWDER
MILLS BLOWN UP
( Associate! Press)
London, July 9. Curtis' big powder
mills at Houndslow, Middlesex, de destroyed
stroyed destroyed today by a series of explos explosions
ions explosions shortly after a hundred men had
commenced work. It is stated that
one man was killed and many injured.
An Easy, P'ersrnt Laxatixe
One or two Dr. King's New Life
Pills with a tumbler of water at night.
No bad, nauseating taste; no belching
gas. Go right to bed. Wake up in the
morninjr, enjoy a free, easy bowel
movement, and feel fine all day. Dr.
King's New Life Pills are sold by all
druggists. HG in an original package,
for 25c. Get a bottle today enjoy this
easy, pleasant laxative. Adv. 2
For plumbiiig and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300 f
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 not stand upright. A drucgist
recommended Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The
first dose relieved me and within two
lays I was as well as ever." Obtain Obtainable
able Obtainable everywhere. Adv.

Hill lilillKl

A
BORE A GRILLING EXAMINA EXAMINATION
TION EXAMINATION WITHOUT A BREAK
(Special to the Star)
New York, July 9. Thaw's exami examination
nation examination was completed at 2:.r." p. m.
He maintained his nerve throughout.
.HANDLEY WAS HELD
Judge Smith Round Him Over to
Await Action of the Grand
Jury
Gratitude does not seem to be one
of the featuring partn of the make-up
of Ernest Handley, a young white
man who made his appearance in
Ocala several weeks ago. He came
here, broke and without any prospects
of getting employment. When Mr.!
Van Roney heard his perdicament he
invited him to his home to live until
such time as he could get work. This
Hospitality continued until last night
when Handley decided to return to his
home in Alabama.
Some days ago a sum of money was!
stolen from the Boney home and the J
matter was reported to the city mar marshal,
shal, marshal, who has been keeping a lookout
for anything suspicious in the actions
of Handley, as he seemed to be the
only one who might have been in po position
sition position to appropriate the cash. Noth Nothing
ing Nothing developed, however, until last
night when Handley was arrested at
the Seaboard depot while waiting for
a train on suspicion of the theft.
He stoutly denied his guilt at first,
but after ling thoroughly searched
by Officer Wells and a half dozen
crisp ten dollar bills found neatly
tucked away in the lining of his hat,
he admitted that it .was the money
taken from the Boney home some day 3
ago.
Handley was taken before Judge
Smith this forenoon and plead guilty
to the charge of theft. Judge Smith
hound him over to the grand jury un under
der under a $300 bond, and being unable to
secure it he is now in the county jail.
GENERAL VILLA
HAS LOST HIS GRIP
(Associated Press)
Washington, July 9. General Villa
was defeated by Carranzaistas south
of Aguaes Calientes and is retreating
north, according to consular advices
dajed last night from Aguaes CalienteJ
dated last night.
RIIEIMS CATHEDRAL
ENTIRELY RUINED
Only Fragments Left of the Beautiful
and Historic Edifice
(Associated Pres)
Boulogne, July 9. The recent re repeated
peated repeated liombardments of Rheims have
completed the destruction of the
cathedral, and practically nothing is
left the of the building but the sil silhouette.
houette. silhouette. The state has collected all
tapestries, fragments of statues and
windows broken by the bombardments
and deposited them in a place of safe safety.
ty. safety. On Saturday ami Monday, 10
pounds cf sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 44. tf
Traveling Man's Experience
"In the summer of 1SFS I hr.d a very
severe attack of cholera morbu. Two
physicians worked over me from four
a. m. to G 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. In.-tead of doing
so, I gave the hotel porter fifty cent"
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 shakv from the severity of
the attack," writes H. W. Ireland,
Louisville, Ky. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.

GENERAL WEST mm jmmiw

HARRY THAW'S
NERVE HELD

Made Austrians Lose Fifteen
Thousand Men

FIGHTING

U1CESSAUT WITHOUT

THE
(Associated
London, July 9. German military
activities, while slackening in Galicia
and southern Poland, are apparently
in full swing again along the front in
the west and northwest of Warsaw.
Petrograd reports attacks against
Russians at several points in that
section with apparently slight Ger
man gains.
ARCHDUKE'S BLUNDER
Petrograd declares the Russians are
pursuing the Austrians south of Lub Lublin.
lin. Lublin. A correspondent says the Aus Austrians
trians Austrians lost 15,000 men in that section,
and declares the Austrian reverses
there were due to a tactical blunder
of Archduke Joseph Ferdinand, whose
swift advance left an Austrian wing
Uncovered.
'RUSSIANS KEEP THEM BUSY
Russian military writers express
confidence that any effort by the Ger Germanic
manic Germanic allies to deliver a lightning
blow will be discounted and that the
Russians can hold their positions and
perhaps drive the invaders -back.
While this is going on it is believed
there is little possibility of the Ger Germans
mans Germans detaching their eastern forces
for a renewed offensive in the west,
ajd if such a move is made it must
be undertaken by fresh troops. There
is already heavy fighting in the west,
especially in the Woevre district.
SUBS BUSY ON BOTH SIDES
The British admiralty announced
last night that it was a British sub submarine
marine submarine which torpedoed the German
warship in the Baltic recently, altho
no details are added to the brief
statement of the Russian official com communication
munication communication the day after the attack
took place. All belligerents are rap rapidly
idly rapidly building submarines. Austria is
reported to have nine at Pola alone.
ROME REPORTS NO CHANGE
Rome reports no important changes
on the Austro-Italian front.
GOT THE GUIDE
London, July 9. The Wilson Line
steamer Guide was sunk ofT the coast
of. Scotland yesterday by a German
submarine. The crew was saved.
LOSS AND GAIN IN FRANCE
Reports continue of Germans send
ing reinforcements to the western
front, where heavy artillery engage engagements
ments engagements continue.
The French report the repulse of an
attack against the trenches south southwest
west southwest of Pilken, and admit a German
gain in front of Souchez.
If tho?e weed? in your lot are over
ten inches hiph you are liable to a
fine, so get busy and cut them down.
SEE 'IHK FARM on the Silrer
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day" with
fresh vegetr ,le milk and eggs, tf
Tired. Aching Muscles Relieved
Hard work, over-exertion, mean
sfiflT enrp mmlf Slorn Liniment
Iiphtly applied, a little quiet, and your
soreness disappears like magic. "Noth "Nothing
ing "Nothing ever helped like your Sloan's Lin Liniment.
iment. Liniment. I can never thank you enough,"
writes one grateful user. Stops suffer-in?-,
aches and pains. An excellent
counter-irritant, l etter and cleaner
than mu.-tard. All druggists, 2-e. Get
a lott!e today. Penetrates without
rubbing. Adv. 2
NOTICE
I will take a class in sewing begin beginning
ning beginning the 11th at my home at 439 Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue. 3-0 1 Miss Wilson.
A Cough Remedy that Relieves
Its prepared from the healing pine
balsam, tar and honey all mixed in a
rlea-ant, soothing cough syrup called
Dr. Bell's PIne-Tar-IIoney. Thousands
have benefited by its use no need
your enduring that annoying cough or
risking a dangerous cold. Go to your
dealer, ak for n 2x. original bottle
Dr. Hall's Pine-Tar-Honey, start us using
ing using at once and get rid cf your cough
and cold. Adv. 2

111 TO UU UUOUUL

-RESULT flil All
FRONTS
Press)
ALL GERMAII
HAS BEEN SURRENDERED TO
FORCES OF THE-SOUTH
AFRICAN UNION
(Associated Prws)
Pretoria, South Africa, July 9.
General Botha, commander of the
Union of South Africa, has accepted
the surrender of all the German mil military
itary military forces in German South Africa.
The surrender of the Germans in
southwest Africa closes "what is re regarded
garded regarded as one of the most important
campaigns of the war. It releases the
South African contingent for service
elsewhere.
CARRANZAISTAS WIN AT
PAREDON AND MEXICO Cll
(Special to the Star)
Washington, July 9. Dispatches
state that Gen. Villa was defeated at
Paredon, and the Carranzaistas have
gained a foothold in the outskirts of
Mexico City.
Mr. G. K. WilTiams, who has been in
La Fayette, La., fcr the past year
superintending the erection of a pub public
lic public building, will return home the last
of this month. '
. The Gerig Drug Store buttermilk
has gained such fame that it is almost
impossible to keep a supply on hand.
Today, however, that popular store
has its ice box full of that refreshing
drink.
Mr. F. W. Ditto has had the mis misfortune
fortune misfortune to lose a valuable hore. The
animal was out in the pasture, and
was killed by lightning in the violent
storm of Wednesday afternoon.
The latest Columbia phonograph re records
cords records are now to be had at the Ocala
Loan and Pawn Office at greatly re reduced
duced reduced prices. Many entirely new songs,
dialogues, etc., just in. "Why Pay
More?" 9 et
Mr. Alfred Proctor, one of Marion's
moft successful tillers of the soil cf
the Pedro section, is among the busi business
ness business visitors in the city today.
I
The G. A. Carmichael came in from
Jacksollnvi eal shngtitHbs::fl
Jacksonville last night, and the auto
truck has been busy today, hauling
her vargo into town.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sandlin left to today
day today for Orlando, where the former
will have hi3 headquarters for the
next month, while looking over the
citrus fruit groves of South Florida in
the interest of the Florida Citrus Ex Exchange.
change. Exchange. Don't Hide Them With a Veil; Re Remove
move Remove Them with the O thine
Preparation
This prescription for the removal
f freckles was written by a promi prominent
nent prominent physician and is usually so ruc ruc-cessful
cessful ruc-cessful in removing freckles and giv giving
ing giving a clear, beautiful complexion that
it is sold under guarantee to re fur. J
the money if it fails.
Don't hide your freckles under a
veil; get an ounce of othine and re remove
move remove them. Even the first fev appli applications
cations applications should show a wonderful im improvement,
provement, improvement, some of the lighter frc.. frc..-les
les frc..-les vanishing entirely.
Be sure to ask the drugi.it f.r 1 ;
double strength othir.c; it i: t!.",3 t" t
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Rev. Richard Dodge, an ex-Ocala
boy, now of Clearwater, who has been
playing with great effect on the
Clearwater team this week, left on
this afternoon's train for his home in
that city, accompanied by little Miss
Ellen Newsom. A baseball fan says
that the Ocala Presbyterians should
call Rev. Dick to fill their pulpit.
They would thereby gather in three
birds with one stone the church
would obtain a good preacher, the
town a good citizen and the ball team
a good player. The Presbyterians al already
ready already have a good preacher called,
but Mr. Dodge's name should be put
next onthe list.

BOAT RACES AT LOCHLOOSA

To the best of our knowledge and J
belief, fish lies are the most widely

disseminated form of literature.

It must be said for Mendenhall that
he, is an amateur in crime. Had he
been a professional, he would have
shot the chauffeur first.

Holland is preparing to build a
new navy of fast cruisers and big
submarines, with plenty of hydro hydroplanes
planes hydroplanes to assist the ships. America
should follow the example.

reports made to the Dixie Highway
association from .133 counties travers traversed
ed traversed by designated lines of the highway
it is found that the aggregate road
building fund approximates $'J,726,-400.

The Baptist church at Jackson, Ga., I

will build a shimming pool and gym gymnasium
nasium gymnasium on the church property for the
use of the Boy Scouts. This is prac practical
tical practical Christianity, which we should
like to see imitated by Florida
churches.

The way some of the state papers
jump on the Tampa Times for its
legitimate criticism of the public acts
of Governor Trammell would cause a
man from Mars to suppose that free freedom
dom freedom of the press was lese majeste in
this country.
Recent history has shown that it is
good "policy for any country to keep
its powder dry and trust no other na nation.
tion. nation. Pensacola News.
Just change that "recent history"
to "all history," and you will have it
right.

Tampa is jubilating over the fact
that its custom house is eighth in the
United States in the volume of re receipts.
ceipts. receipts. Tampa is one of Florida's best
cities and the Star is proud of its
growth. Ocala Star.
And we're just as proud of the live live-wire
wire live-wire .spirit manifested continually by
our Brick City brothers and Marion
countyites. Tampa Times.
', Easy for lots of Florida communi communities
ties communities to be proud of each other if they
try.

Mr. Bryan wants all the editorials
in the newspapers to be signed by the
men who write them. Therein appears

his egotism. If a newspaper reader
sees something good in a paper, it
matters little to him who writes it.
The more impersonal a newspaper is,
the better.

Millions of -dollars, either in direct
appropriations or in approved bond
issues, are available for the construc construction
tion construction of the Dixie highway system of
roads in the eight states between the
Gulf of Mexico and the Straits of
Mackinac, says the Dixie highway of official
ficial official organ of-the association, No. 1
of which has just been published in
newspaper form at Chattanooga. From

A good way for the United States
to settle that Mexican scrap would be
to turn Vic. Huerta aloose in his na native
tive native country and then recognize the
faction that could extradite him.
Pensacola Journal.
Wish we could make Wood row see
it that way.

Chasing an ocean liner in a small
undersea boat must be great sport.
We can now appreciate the hilarity of
the sand crab in the pel-l-lucid waters
along the beach as he scrambles about
the pink toes of the chickens. Tampa
Tribune.
We'll bet Lambright would give a
year off his life to be a crab for one
summer day.

the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has flout 160
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellanoeus rec records,
ords, records, or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these is
the record history of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man knows
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that he has got it alL
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGn
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.

florid & title and abstract corporation

ocala, fla.

Rf ow is fffine TSeiie
Now is the time to prepare your

self for the Canning Year, which f

may be a hard one. A few weeks only, left to
can your own Fruits and vegetables that are going
to waste.
We can furnish you with Canning Outfits as
follows:

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Size BB Farm Canncrs ... 8.00
No. 30 El Flo Canncrs... 12.00
We also have the cans, bbth No. 2 and No. 3
with Solder Hemmed Caps.
You know it would be fine to have fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables and Fruit all the year round, which is the
case with the Canning process.

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The preliminary hearing of Men Mendenhall,
denhall, Mendenhall, which was to have been held
in Clearwater today has been -postponed.
Mendenhall's attorney may
waive a hearing entirely and wait for
the action of the grand jury, which
will meet early in September. Two
facts have been established which it
will be very difficult for Mendenhall to
explain. One is that before leaving
Tampa, he insisted on the gasoline
tank of the car being filled to its full
capacity. This in connection with the
fact that the bodies of the two wom women
en women were burned beyond recognition,
and that the tank did not explode in
the fire, showing that the gasoline
had, been drawn off, is a very suspic

ious circumstance. Another is that the

sheriff, who arrested Mendenhall,

found evidence that the Palm Beach

suit Mendenhall wore on the evening
of the tragedy had been burned by

him in the stove at his home imme

diately after his return. The stove

was hot, there was a heap of peculiar
looking1 ashes in it, and among the

ashes was the charred stub of a lead

pencil, which certainly would have

been burned if it had been put in the
stove while the evening meal was

cooked.

Not reducing our thanks any to the

editors of the St. Augustine Record

and .Clearwater Sun, for their compli
ments, we think it is only fair to in

form them that when we write a ser sermon,
mon, sermon, we have to put it in few words.
The linotype man says he will be

hanged if he will set it up unless it is

short. Editors who have lots of

ideas and lots of linotypes are objects

of ou renvy.

Regardless of the heavy electric

storm in the morning, quite a crowd
of spectators and a good number of
boats were on hand for the July boat J
races at Garrison Hammock, on Loch- j

loosa Lake, July 1st.
Due to taking the most of the storm
while on Lochloo.sa Lake, the occu occupants
pants occupants of two boats suffered a good
scare, the Argo being caught a good
piece off shore in the heaviest wind

which at the time seemed to hold the

boat still, and those in the Zip had a

severe shock when lightning struck a

nearby tree.

A new ruling that all boats with

over three horsepower motors must

have two persons aboard while rac

ing, was enforced. This rule seemed
to meet with the approval of everyone.

At 12:15 the judges ordered the

first race started, reversing the order

of the races, in order to give Island

Grove a chance to get some of her

boats there. The boats got away a
few minutes later. This race proved
rather tame with only to boats and

the Zip just bounded along as fast as
her motor could push her, crossing the

line first with the Egret just one min minute
ute minute and 1C seconds behind.

The second race was started almost
immediately and brought out five en entries
tries entries with a close start. The Zip

eased along behind the Ibis and No-

Name for two laps, when with a slight
advance of the timer, she forged
ahead and won the race by six sec seconds.
onds. seconds. Next on the program was dinner,
which with plenty of fish soon had
every one in high spirits. It is need needless
less needless to say all did full justice, and the
baskets while not empty when dinner
was over, looked rather slim.
Lest it should not be mentioned
later, we might make note of the
bathing, which was enjoyed by a good goodly
ly goodly number.
At 2:30 the races were resumed.
The third race brought out four en entries.
tries. entries. With the Speedwell getting a
late start, the other boats started off
well bunched and finished the same
way. The Argo and Motorgo fought it
out for three rounds with the Argo

barely two feet ahead at the end,

The Tampa Times says that Men

denhall's attorney will try to fasten

the murder of Mrs. Eliot and her

daughter on Stemple, who drove the

car the night they were killed. If he

succeeds, auto rides for high rollers

with ladies with them will probably
come high in future, for every prduent
chauffeur taking out such a party

will insist on taking a mechanician

along.

You just can't beat Petrograd for
optimism. However badly the Rus Russians
sians Russians happen to be licked, they are
always falling back on more favor favorable
able favorable positions. Columbia State.
The shades of Charles XII. and Na Napoleon
poleon Napoleon I. can certify the Russians
know how to come back.

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offers only hold good until JULY 10!h. Let me show you.

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Fourth of July cartoon shows Uncle
Sam marching between a soldier and
a sailor, bearing a banner inscribed,
"For'defense, not for conquest." Golly!
Uncle Sam has taken by conquest
enough country to put Great Britain,
France, Italy, Germany and Austria
in, and shake them around loose.

A favorite way some people have of
showing their sympathy for the hard
working editor is to drop in to cheer
him up with the latest story, and
after patiently waiting for the con conclusion
clusion conclusion he is rewarded with a firm but
polite request that it must not be
printed. Orlando Sentinel.
They don't have to tell this editor
not to print most of the latest stories,
lie wouldn't like to have the paper
excluded from the mails.

There is now more genuine wit and
wisdom in the Herald office than there
used to be. The daily editions of the
Clearwater Sun and the Ocala Star
are now received. Punta Gorda Her Herald.
ald. Herald. The only fault the Star has to find
with the Punta Gorda Herald is that
it comes out only once a week.

Growers of the beautiful hybiscus
can now add a new variety to the
bushes they have. The new species is
a decided improvement over the old
ones, in that the flower grows on a
stem seven inches long, permitting it
to be used for decorative purposes
after being cut. The flower comes
single and is a rich crimson with
fluted edge on the petals. The Royal
Poineianna Nursery of St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg is the home of the new hybiscus,
which is the first of its variety ever
seen in the United States. The plant
was raised from a cutting received
from Trinidad.

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

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

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

cular and pamphlet work is being

done. Price. $250, loaded on car at
Ocala. Delivery must be made when

new ress is installed, sometime be between
tween between July 1st and 10th. If interest

ed communicate with us at once. You

will not again have such a bargain of

fered, d&w The Star, Ocala.

When you are in need of tin roof

ing, guttering, tanks or any kind of

sheet metal work, call on Yonge &
Company. 3-6t

The Servant
Question

has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE and a
WATER HEATER. The
cooking and cleaning on
Long Hot Days
are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM HELP YOU
"Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bill.
Ocala GasCompany
PHONE 61

AH BaMos Destined
to Great Achievement
To be born is to be great. For there

are possibilities la every tiny human In-

fant.

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for

every one
rememVr t!f

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tlie mother, to r
licve lier of digress
duriny bcr trjrlns
month, will sureF I
of m.-vrkol LeneLt t.i
the cJu'.J.
Anions the st. rllr:
ai.N is a pleniil c-v
terr-il rrtruily krar.-r
a Motlier'a Friend."
It 1 v.Lat li caI'kh! ar

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piled to the abdomlail muscle. Fnt.
rubbed la by your own hun.l iril'-''
by your own minJ. It inaVea the mittclc.
pliant, tney expand qute naturally arvt the
effect upon the nerve 1 fmh th.it they a-l-Jusi
themselves to t!e proce of expanior
so that p-iin from thU source t almost elirr.i
nated. Women who u.e "Mother" Frien.i'
refer to the absence of mornir.j nkknes. t:e
relieved of a rreat many minor dii
trenes. all apprehension disappear and t!ior
peculiar nervous "ntkrvt" no longer di-tiir
the niehU. It Is well named "Mother
Friend. Get a bottle today of any drus
fcist. Then at once write for a not enter entertaining
taining entertaining and Instructive book for all prospec.
tlv mothers. Address Bradfield Regulator
Co, 403 I -a mar Bid. Atlanta, Ga.

closely followed by the Gray. The
Speedwell won on running time.

Next was the handicap, the final
race for the day. After one mis mis-start
start mis-start the race started at 3 p. m. in
fair shape. The boats bunched close
together towards the end of the race
until at the finish three boats passed
the judges at one time. The Argo
won, Ibis second, Gray third. Zip
fourth and Speedwell fifth.
We would especially mention Ir Irvine
vine Irvine and Orange Lake being repre represented
sented represented in these races, the first time
the latter place has had a boat en entered
tered entered for two years. We believe that
this is a good indication that motor
boating is rapidly gaining favor in
this section.
The officials of the races were:
Judges, D. H. Pettys, Mcintosh; F.
B. Hester and Fred Neil of Evinston;
C. L. Mingledorf of Lochloosa.
Timekeeper: C. L. Beck of Evinston.
Starter: J. F. Gist of Mcintosh.

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ANTHONY'S MUSICAL EVENT
On Tuesday, June 30th, Miss Mat Mat-tie
tie Mat-tie Leitner held the annual recital for
the Anthony music class at the resi residence
dence residence of Mr. A. B. Moore. The gold
medals were awarded to Maude
Brown arid Aline Marsh.
Program
Duet, Alumine Reunion Miss Leit Leitner,
ner, Leitner, Maud Brown.
Song, Auld Lang Syne By class.
Solo, Diana Air de Ballet Aline
Marsh.
Trio, Valse Opus 100 No. 3 Maud
Brown, Aline Marsh, Ora Moore.
Duet, Soldier's Dream Miss Leit Leitner,
ner, Leitner, Sarah Forbes.
Song, Still the Angel Stars are
Shining By class.
Solo, The Edelewiss Glide Stella
Moore.
Trio, Girard Gavotte Miss Leit Leitner,
ner, Leitner, Dannie Webb, Aline Marsh.
Solo, Leason Song Blanche Leit Leitner.
ner. Leitner. Duet, Little March Leitner Web Web-sterrP.oba
sterrP.oba Web-sterrP.oba Webb.
Trio, A May Day Stella Moore,
Aline Marsh, Sarah Forbes.
Vocal and piano solo, Bethoven
Melody Maud Brown, Stella Moore.
Solo, Song of the Brook Sarah
Forbes.
Trio, Galop Opu3 100 No. 3 Roba
Webb, Maud Brown, Blanche Leitner.
Solo, Ida Military Schottishe
Maud Brown.
Presentation.
Song, Good-Night By class.
Good Night Selection Roba Webb,
Ora Moore. Maud Brown, B. Leitner,
Leitner Webster.

ANTHONY PICNIC AUGUST 18
The public is cordially invited to
attend a basket picnic at Anthony,
Tuesday, August J8th, 1915. There
will be sneaking and a general good
time. Let everybody come and bring
their neighbors.

COME TO T1IK SUNSHINE CITY
If you want to keep cool and take a
plunge in the bay. You will find good
rooms and board at $5 per week at
826 Central avenue, St. Petersburg,

Ha. Mrs. L. P. Butler.

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On Saturday and Monday, 1C
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

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

Another fresh shipment of Triola
sweets just in at Gerig's. tf.

CAKES"

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as we guarantee every piece. If for ANY REASON
it is not satisfactory return it and get back your
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j OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone KKS)

GROCERIES

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THE FACE AT THE CURTAIN S. & A. Drama, featuring G. M.
Anderson and Marguerite Clayton.
A MATRIMONIAL BOOMERANG Selig Comedy.
A WOMAN'S REVENGE Edison two-reel drama, featuring Miriam
Nesbit.
SWEEDIE IN VAUDEVILLE S and A. Comedy.
HAM'S HARROWING DUEL Bud.
ADMISSION: From 3:3 Oto 10:30, FIVE AND TEN CENTS

After irlie
celebration
OOTOgtO us

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Blood poisoning is a thinjT much to be feared.
Dress even your slight wound with our anti antiseptic
septic antiseptic b'andages. 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.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
WE TAKE CARE"

Thoughts for the Day
Pleasures are like poppies spread:
You seize the fiower, the blood is hed;
Or, like the snowfiake on the river,
A moment seen, then gone forever;
Or, like the rainbow's lovely form.
Vanishing amid the storm.
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Miss Willie Mae Lang returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a visit to her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Avara in
Gainesville. She was accompanied
home by her uncle.
Miss Frances Mclver came up early

Iike Weir, came up today to sjwnd
the afternoon and evening in the city.
Thev will return to the lake tomorrow.

Weathers-Arnold Wedding J
The following account of the Weath- I J

ers-Arno!d wedding in New York yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, reached the Star this morn morning:
ing: morning: Miss Elizalxth Searle Arnold,
daughter of Mrs. Mary N. Arnold
and the late N. H. Arnold of North
Adams, Mass., and Benjamin S.
Weathers, of Jacksonville, were mar married
ried married at high noon July 8 in New York.

ernoon.
Mrs. James Badger has concluded a
visit of several days to Mrs. E. M.
Howard, returning yesterday to her
home at Oldtown.

this morning from Lake Weir to visit : The simple ceremony was performed

Miss India Smith until tomorrow aft-jbv Rev. Roy M. Houghton, of Brat-

tleboro, Vermont, at 134 West 80th
street, where the bride has made her
home for some years. Only immedi immediate
ate immediate relatives of both families and a
few intimate friends were present.
The bride's attendant was her neice,
Miss Harriet E. Arnold, of Brattle-

Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Davis of Zuber j horo' formerly of North Adams,
and a number of their relatives from the bridegroom was attended by

the state are en-' ms nrotner, i'aui u. earners, oi

; ucala, r lonua, a graduate this year

the Connor rottao-fs. Thev OI mnerst txuiege. .uiss uonna li.

various points m

joying a houseparty at Lake Weir, oc

cupving the Connor cottages

will remain through July.
Miss Mabel Overstreet of Eustis, a

frequent guest of Mrs. S. W. Igou in
this city, is with a party of Y. W. C.
A. ladies at Hendersonville, N. C.

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HOFFMAN PRESS
Manufactured for the pressing of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
ii can not wear cr tear. Call and see
It do the woik.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-401 South Main St.

I Easley, of New York, daughter of
Ralp M. Easley, chairman of the ex executive
ecutive executive committee of the National

Civic Federation, and a school friend
of the bride, was at the piano.
After a wedding trip of two weeks,
Mr. and Mrs. Weathers will spend

Mr. Julius Brown, who since the- .tne remainder of the summer at the
close of Terdue University, has leen Atlantic Beach Hotel, Atlantic Beach,
It-!- 1 a. r, a 1 1

camping in Michigan with college
mates, has broken camp, returning to
LaFayette, Ind., -for a short visit be before
fore before coming home the first of next
week.
Mrs. Richard McConathy is now en

route to Virginia to spend several j
weeks at Natural Bridge and Hot

Springs before leaving for the west.

Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, who has been

in the city since Tuesday, returned to

Lake Weir this afternoon.

Miss Dora Pelot left today for her

home at Owens, near Arcadia, after
enjoying a visit of several weeks to

her aunts, Mrs. P. W. Whiteside and

Fla., and after September 1 will be

at home in Jacksonville, Fla., where
Mr. Weathers is connected with the
Florida National Bank. Mrs. Weath Weathers
ers Weathers is a native of North Adams. She
attended Miss Gerrish's Collegiate
School in Englewood, N. J., and later
the New York School of Applied De Design.
sign. Design. In recent years she has made
her home in New York and has spent
several winters in the south.
The bride's dress was of white net
and she carried orchids and lillies of
the valley. Her bridesmaid wore a
dress of figured voile over pink, and
carried pink sweetpeas. A luncheon
was served following the ceremony.
Among those present were: Miss
Mary Lindsley, of Orange, N J.

Miss Josie Williams. Miss Pelot is aiMrs- Beriy Hiss of Chicago; Mr. and

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Selected Actors

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ADMISSION: Children. Under 12. 23c; Adults, 3,'c.
Shows Commencing 3:30, 5:15, 7 and 8:45 P. M.

former Ocala girl and her return'visits j

are always a source of pleasure to her
friends.

The Woman's Auxiliary Board of

the Marion County Hospital held a
call meeting last evening at the home
of Mrs. W. K. Zewadski for the pur

pose of discussing the advisability of J

making some proposed changes in the

hospital. It was decided to give the

charity department to the nurses for

their rooms, take the rooms now oc occupied
cupied occupied by the nurses and convert them

into rooms for patients, thereby re relieving
lieving relieving the crowded, condition which
has prevailed at the hospital for some
time, and to use the wards exclusive exclusively
ly exclusively for charity patients. Several minor
details were also discussed at the
meeting which was attended by about
a -dozen ladies and Messrs. Monroe
and Taylor.

Miss Fannie Robinson, who has
been in Jacksonville with her brother,
Mr. Emmett 'Robinson and family
since the first of the year, has return returned
ed returned home. She will probably
return to the state metropolis in a
fortnight.
Mrs. Faunce McCully and children
are spending several weeks in Ocala,
guests of Mrs. McCully's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cappleman.
Jacksonville Metropolis.
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Miss Nona Sewell of Brooksville is

the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. P.
Galloway.
The young ladies card club, will
meet tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock
with Miss Alice Bullock.
Mrs. C. E. Winston and son Corne Cornelius
lius Cornelius and mother, Mrs. Julia Whitfield,
returned today from Lake Weir, hav having
ing having spent several days there with
friends.
m
Mrs. R. R. Carroll and daughter
Merris will sail tomorrow afternoon
at 4 o'clock from Jacksonville on the
M. & M. Suwanee for Providence, R.
L, from where they will go via rail to
Boston and spend a few days, going
thence to.Stinson Lake, in the White
mountains of New Hampshire, where
they will spend three months. In the
Tall they will go to Portland, Maine,

Boston and New York, taking in the
opening of the theaters for a few
weeks. From New York they will re return
turn return home via the Clyde Line to
Jacksonville.
Mrs. Harry L. Borland and son
James, Mrs. W. F. Dupree and Miss
Ethel Borland, all of Citra, are among
the out of town shoppers in Ocala to

day.
'
Mrs. Henry Weimer and two chil children,
dren, children, who have leen spending the past
two weeks with Ocala relatives, left

this afternoon for their home in
Tampa.
Mr. James Leslie, who has been the

guest of his cousin, Mrs. F. G. B.
Weihe during 4th of July week, re

turned yesterday to his home at Pan
asoffkee.

Messrs. LaGrange Sistrunk and

Bernard Koonce, who are camping at

Mrs. Victor G. Bird, of Jacksonville,

Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. J. Burns, of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. N. A.
Weathers, of Shorthills, N. J.; Mr. and
Mrs. B. A. Weathers, parents of the
bridegroom, of Ocala, Fla.; Mrs. I. V.
Stevens, of Lakeland, Fla.; B. A.
Weathers, Jr., of Ocala, Fla.; C. E.
Garner, Jr., of Jacksonville, Fla. Ot Otto
to Otto Anderson, of Tampa, Fla.; Miss
Janet Weathers, of Ocala, Fla.; Mr.
and Mrs. N. H. Arnold, of Brattle Brattle-boro
boro Brattle-boro Vt.; and Miss Susan M. Cleg-

horn, of North Adams, Mass.
Ocala Girl is Enterprising
The Florida Alligator, organ of the

state university, has the follqwing

item in which the friends of Miss Mar

ian Dewey will be interested:
The male members of the Alligator
staff were hosts at an informal sup supper
per supper party given in honor of the young

ladies of the staff last Friday evening.
The party assembled at the White
House a few minutes after seven and
partook of one of those suppers for
which this prominent hostelry is not noted.
ed. noted. Just before leaving the table, Mr.
Blount presented Miss Marian Dewey
with a box of candy, the symbol of her
success in obtaining the most sub subscriptions
scriptions subscriptions for the Alligator.
Mrs. J. P. Galloway, after a short
illness, was able to be out today.
Mrs. John Boisseau and little
daughter are visiting friends in Lakeland.

MEETING OF AUXILIARY

There will be a meeting of the Wo Woman's
man's Woman's Auxiliary Board of the Marion
County Hospital Association, this
evening at 8 o'clock, at the resi residence
dence residence of Mrs. W. K. Zewadski. AH
members are urged to be present, as
matters of importance will be brought
oefore the board.
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, Pres.

U. I). 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.

AUTOMOBILES ON CREDIT

Do you want to get the
model, most popular medium
automobile on easy payments?

address Box 164, Ocala. Fla.

latest
priced
If so
1-m.

W. K. Lane, M. T physician and
burgeon. speri.-Xist Eye, Kar, Xotc
-iid Throat. I Jaw Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.

A new line of high grade stationery

in all the latest styles and cuts at
Gerig's. tf.

On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

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

Trade at Gerig's Ocala's best drug
store. tf.

It is to your advantage to trade with us, for our
store is the most up-to-date Grocery Store in Ocala. i
In fact we have as nice assortment of Groceries as
you will find in Florida.
Our prices are right,- and on Saturdays and Mon-
days we always have special prices to offer you. You :
take no chances- on getting short weight or measure, :
and that is a thing worth looking into.
The following prices are attractive and are good 1
on the following days for Cash only :

atarflay, Mil mtofm I

Staple Goods Wanted and Needed
by Everybody

Kingans Hams at
per pound
White Bacon at per
pound

Lard Compound at per
pound
Water Ground Meal at 4
pounds for
Medium Tins Snowdrift
Lard at
Large Tins of Snowdrift
Lard for
Hecker's Oatmeal, 2 pack packages
ages packages for

No. 2 tins Balitmore To Tomatoes,
matoes, Tomatoes, 2 tins for
No. 2 tins Baltmore To Tomatoes,
matoes, Tomatoes, per dozen ....
No. 3 tins Baltimore To Tomatoes,
matoes, Tomatoes, 2 tins for J

20c
.lflc
39c
99c

17c
I5c
77c
21c

No. 3 tins Baltimore To- P1 C
matoes. per dozen. cplld

25c tins Brownie Yellow
Peaches at
15c tins Red Line Peas
for
15c Red Line Limas
for
25c lins Sun Kist Aspara Asparagus
gus Asparagus for
No. 1 tins Red Line Aspar Aspar-gus
gus Aspar-gus for
7 cakes Lenox Soap for
only
20c grade Roasted Coffee,
per pound
15c grade Green Coffee at
per pound
No. 2l2 tins Silver Lake
Rhubarb .for

20c
11c
lie
19c
12 c
25c
14c
12c

Royal Scarlet Vegetables

15c No. 1 tins
Lima Beans..
20c No. 2 tins
Lima. Beans
25c No. 2 tins
String Beans -w
25c No. 2 tins
Tiny Peas
15c No. 1 tins
Sweet Peas

15c Individual Peas

for

15c No. 2 tins To Tomatoes
matoes Tomatoes 20c No. 3 tins To Tomatoes...
matoes... Tomatoes... 11c No. 1 tins Corn
Jor

12c

16c
21c
21c
12c

11c

11c
15c
9c

30c tins Aspara? Oin
gus Tips 4L

36c

Royal Scarlet Canned Fruits
35c tins Apricots 11 n
for LIQ
35c tins Pears 01 n
for LtC

40c tins Cherries

for.

gus Tip

45c tins Peeled
Asparagus. .

Royal Scarlet Canned Fish
Etc.
20c tins Tuna Fish 15c
20c tins Salmon .... 5c
15c tins Dry Shrimp 2c
35c tins Lobsters 25 C
20c tins L. N. Clams 6c
15c tins Sardines 2c

Robin Hood Canned Vegetables

No. 2 tins Lima
Beans
No. 1 tins June
Peas
No. 2 tins Sweet.
Peas
No. 1 tins Sweet
Corn
No. 2 tins Okra
and Tomatoes

14c
11c
13c
8c
11c

Robin Hood Canned Fruits
30c No. 2 1-2 tins )7r
Pears Low

35c No. 2 1-2 tin
Cherries

20c tin No. 1 1-2
- White Cherries
20c tins Pineapple
Chunks

25c
14c

15c

25c tins Black nfr
Raspberries uv

. Other Good Specials

5c tins American
Sardines. 3 tins

10c

L 27c

10c

35c Glass Finnin

Haddie.-..

f5c tins Borgen
Norway Sardines

Swifts Brookfield li li-Butter,
Butter, li-Butter, per lb. 04
25c bottle OIney's nt nt-Catsup,
Catsup, nt-Catsup, LlXj
15c bottle OIney's, 1 7r
Catsup Lj
10c bottle House- O O-hold
hold O-hold Ammonia- 0

Qt. Mason's Jars,
pure Fla. honey
25c glass Strained

Cranberry Sauce

.15c tin Tall Pink
Salmon- 1 1
Olives and Olive Oil
35c bottle R. S. 'Jl p
Pimento Olives Lij

15c bottle R. S.
Pirn Olives

40c bottle R. S.
Queen Olives..
50c bottle Pinto Pinto-aine
aine Pinto-aine Olive Oil

29c

19c

11c
31c
39c

Your children can, come to our store and trade,
and you can rest assured they will get the same at attention
tention attention from us as if you were with them.
We deliver goods anywhere in the city.

O. K. Teapot Grocery.

OCALA.

PHONE 16

FLORIDA

SAFETY FIRST

NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT

Dort weaken your health by allow allowing
ing allowing yourself to become constipated.
Take a mild, pure laxative. Nyal's
Fiffen is an effective aid to nature,,
not a harsh stimulant. Get a ten cent
box of these candy tablets now, at th ?
Annex Drug Store. lC-tf

If you want to purchase a new au automobile
tomobile automobile on easy payment?, get the
information by addressing Box 1C4,
Ocala, Fla. C-19-12t
Beauty More Than Skin Deep

; A beautiful woman always has good

, digestion. If your digestion is faulty,
Try one of those frosted pints of chamberlain's Tablets will do you
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny s, tf good. Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
4

OCALA SEED STORE
A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
Short, Hay and Mr'asses feeds. CCtf

, r hones 47, ics. :



FOUK

.OCALA EVENING STAR FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1913

'

FIMFIiES ACHES
BOBLS ll CHIIXS

U CARBUNCLES J PAINS

Are "Danger Signals" the human system's method of jiving warn warning
ing warning that the blood ha3 become impoverished and circulation poor.
In this condition the human body i3 almost powerless to resist the
more serious illness. Don't delay. You need
DR.. PIEKCE'S
Golden .-BSedical iscovery
It gets to work immediately at the seat of your trouble the Stomach.
It lends a helping hand. Helps to digest the tA. Tones tip the stomach.
Soon brings back normal conditions. Food is properly assimilated and
turned into rich, red Llood. Every organ is strengthened and every tissue
re-vitalized. .
Made from roots taken from cor gTeat American forests. Try this
remedy now. Sold by Medicine Deaiers in liquid or tablet form or send 50c
to Dr. Pierce's Invalids Hotel, Huifalo, N. Y., for trial box.
Yon can have the complete "Medical Adviser" of 1008 pa;es cloth
bound free by sending Dr. Pierce 31c for wrapping and mailing.

OCALA OCCURENCES I

Woodmen meet this evening.

Mr. J. M. M. Robinson of Reddick
is a business visitor in town today.

"

You Get

A full

note books and memorandums al

ways on hand at Gerig's. tf

will speak and sing tonight and it will
be of interest to all lovers of good
music to be present.
The president's annual address was

a gem, full of progressive ideas and a
line of loose leaf ledgers, cpecial committee will prepare it for

I publication.
j Miss Carrie Mitchell said our idea

" 'of electing a layman to the presidency
Miss Mary Conner arrived from ; is a splendid one and that it is prov.
Gainesville this afternoon for a brief ting to be very, very helpful idea,
visit to her Ocala friends. The comrnittee on resolutions rec
ommended cooperation between the
"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is.countVt district and Ptate conventions,
made clean, sold clean and delivered j whIch met a chord and means
clean. Ask your grocer for Carter's j that the sub-conventions will report to
cake- the Progressive Baptist State convert
! tions hereafter, thus forming a chain
Messrs. John Chazal and Julius of progressive meetings from time to
Brown arrived from Indiana this aft- ,t:me.. -phe of governors was in
ernoon, and will probably play for scss;on yesterday and many things of
Ocala in the baseball game. importance were attended to.
j Those who know of Rev. C. J. Smith
Gigantic Ham and his tiny friend j are delighted to know that he. will en en-Bud
Bud en-Bud will be at the Temple in a har- j tertain the Sunday school and B. Y.
rowing duel this evening; also, Sweed- P Vm conventions at Sanford, July
ie, in vaudeville, and "A Matrimonial 1916 for it is there wfcere some cf the

Boomerang. To sober down all this,most God fearing people reside and

txx-:-:x-x-x-x :x-:xx-:-x x-x-c-x-X'-x xxxx-xt wx--aaa.,--'w,v-. .....
I 25 PIECES OF"

fun, there will be "A Woman's Re

venge," a drama featuring Miriam
Nesbit. Five reels in all.

Honest Weight
Our customers, whose tables
we serve, rest fully assured that
they are getting a square deal
on weight.
, We fill phone orders and cut
meat for children just as' ac accurately
curately accurately as though we were
serving our friends in person.
This business is built on hon honest
est honest weight, high-quality of
meat and reasonable prices.

IV. H. MARSH'S MARKET

PHONE 108

Next to 0. K. Grocery

Ocala, Fla,

Big M

SA

illinery

BEGINNING IMONDAY; ..JULY 12th
Everything to go at slaughtered prices.
PANAMA
Hemps, Milans, Novelty Braids, etc. Excellent
values at unheard of prices. Trimmed Hats Sacri Sacrificed
ficed Sacrificed for cash. This sale will continue for Ten Days
ending JULY 21st.
Af f leek' s H i 1 1 i n e r y

Parlor

Upstairs
Helvenston's

Ocala
Florida

DSEWA

MM

My attention has been called to the fact that someone is circulat circulating
ing circulating an unfounded report that my Nickle Cigars contain scrap filler
unfit for high grade 5c Cigars.
If this party in question or any one else will prove that any of my
NICKLE BRANDS
MI LP OEYO, FLORIDA EMBLEM,
EL TROPICO HAVANA SMOKERS
and GRAND ROYAL PONIES
contain any other than stripped long filler (which I buy in original
packages) of which every leaf is stripped and handled in my factory
except PORTO RICO which I buy stripped from the importers, I
will pay above reward. 0
The party in question may have mistaken other brands of Cigars
for mine, and the assertion he made that scraps and sweepings are
not fit for high grade Nickel Cigars is correct, and begVto add hereto
that my Nickel brands of cigars in workmanship, material and
quality are not only second to none, but also superior to many dime
cigars on the market.
MY CIGARS ARE MADE WITH A CONSCIENCE THEREFORE
THEY ARE CIGARS WITH A CHARACTER.
It pays to be particular about what you smoke, as well as it does
"about what you eat and drink. tc-
Try one of my Cigars from your dealer and get the reward if you
can, or call at my factory and I will prove my assertion to your
fullest satisfaction. Respectfully,
EL TROPICO CIGAR FACTORY,
Charles Peyser, Prop.
P. S.--In order to consume my Cuttings, Scraps and Waste, I am
a registered Tobacco Manufacturer, and therefore I put up my Cut Cuttings
tings Cuttings and Scraps (after the dust is abstracted therefrom through a
machine) in packages of 2, 4, 8 and 16 ounces at 40c. per pound.
My cigar factory is No. 259. My tobacco factory is No. 12.

Mr. Locke Williams accompanied
by his mother came up from Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg this forenoon in their auto, re

turning this afternoon.

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

Col. J. C. Woodward of G. M. A.,
College Park, Ga., has concluded his
annual visit to Ocala and left for
Tampa and other South Florida points
on business and pleasure.
Have you tried those delicious Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
Gerig's. tf.
WEATHER REPORT
This reporl Is 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 88 72 .24
July 2 88 70 .12
July 3 91 70 .02
July 4 ....95 72 .24
July 5 .90 73 .41
July 6 90 72 .41
July 7 1 . . . . 94 73 1 23
July 8 93 74
Local Forecast
Generally fair tonight and Satur Saturday;
day; Saturday; not much change in temperature.
COLORED BAPTIST
STATE S. S. CONVENTION

At Covenant Baptist Church, Ocala,
" July 7 to 9, 1915
The meetings being held by the col colored
ored colored Baptist progressives are being
largely attended and the sessions are
growing more and more interesting
because of the increasing number of
delegates from various parts of the
state. Seventy-five schools have en enrolled
rolled enrolled and many others are on the

ground and will enroll. The officers
were all re-elected, J. W. Moore, pres president;
ident; president; C. H. Davis and S. L. Graham,
vice presidents; Mrs. Ruth Graham,
corresponding secretary; Miss Essie
McCormick, financial secretary; F.
Marshall, recording 'secretary; W. S.
Johnson, treasurer; J. A. Whitfield,
Bible instructor. The president is
backed by a strong force of officers
and the various committees are filling
their positions with credit and honor.
The local program gave strength
and endurance to the convention be because
cause because of the excellent qualities of
those who took part by way of wel welcoming
coming welcoming the august body of church
workers and especially the presenta presentation
tion presentation of such a rich and beautiful vase
of flowers presented by a committee
of little girls. The chorus of 50 voices
directed by Mr. T. H. Ward of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and Mrs. Ruth Jackson of
Bethel Baptist church and Mrs. Davis
acting organist and pianist. The
music is the best ever heard in this
city.
Among the distinguished guests are
Rev. Henry Allen Boyd of Nashville,
Tenn., secretary of the S. S. Congress
of America. He is visiting various
parts of the state in the interest of
his work. Rev. John E. Ford, D. D.,
and Rev. F. W. Lancaster, D. D., are

where Orlando and other points in
South Florida touch on progressive
ideas.
Mrs. Jordan and Mrs. Williams,
from St. Augustine, represent the
First African Baptist church and all
enjoy their presence.
During this session so far not a
harsh word has been heard and the
convention has really transacted more
business in a short time than any
other organization of its kind ever
held in this state. A splendid system
is employed and there are no collis collisions
ions collisions nor contentions, no, one seeking
whom he can devour, and all in all it
is a model young people's meeting.
Rev. R. H. Pittman and Rev. J. E.
Eddy arrived last night and buckled
right down to business with the other
committees who are working to make
a great and glorious report. Mr. Geo.
E. Taylor of Wyoming, the only ne negro
gro negro ever nominated by a political
party for president of the United
States, is a special workman in our
ranks. He is now residing in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, a member of Central Baptist
church.
The following program was worth
listening to and hence we present
them as they appeared:
Welcome address in behalf of Sun Sunday
day Sunday school workers Union, by Mr. J.
A. Butterfield, president. .
Solo by Mrs. J. E. Mitchell.
Paper by Mrs. Williams.
Duet by the Palmer Sisters.
Rendition by Prof. A. St. George
Richardson.
Floral offering by the Young Toil Toilers.
ers. Toilers. Anthem by choir.

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ial valjuie:

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We bought a wonderful lot
of these pretty crepes knowing
that all practical women would
be glad to secure them, at an
advantage.
Now they are here and will
be offered
M M ED A Y

AT

CENTS

UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

FOUND A pair of chauffeur's gog goggles.
gles. goggles. Finder may have same by call calling
ing calling at this office and paying reward
and expenses. 8-t

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 Broadway.
way. Broadway. Phone 10. 7-Ct

FOR SALE Twin Indian motorcycle,

1914 model, equipped with lights, ex

tra seat, etc.: in excellent condition. A

bargain. Call at 72G 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
morning. For particulars phone Mar

ion Bottling Works. 7-G-2t

FOR SALE Young mare, 7 to 8
years old, good saddle horse, works

double or single; five head young milk

cows and two calves; washing ma

chine; 1"lve acres of corn ground.
Reasonable price. Address Box C2,

Belleview, Fla. 7-7-Ct

WANTED A first class turpentine

woodsman, married but without chil children.
dren. children. Must be strictly sober and a

hustler, willing to work for small sal-

traveling with him. It was a pleasure ary. Apply Fairfield Naval Stores Co.,

to hear him in a brief talk Wednes- Fairfield, Fla. 28-12t
day evening near the close of the
meeting. j FOR RENT Five-room cottage with

The special train over the A. C. L.! modern conveniences, gas, electricity.

Wednesday brought in a large dele- J baths, etc. Apply to Mrs. Jake Brown,

gation which was met at the depot by j North Tuscawilla street, or phone
a host of friends. 1C2. 26-tf

Rev. John E. Ford conducted

a i

Bible institute to a full house Thurs-- FOR RENT Veil located and nlcelj

day morning, and Rev. D. F. Thomp

son will conduct the institute this i

furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
nousekeeping. Inquire at the Co Colonial.
lonial. Colonial. 7-t

PUT YOUR AD IN THE STAR

morning. Prof. N. W. Collier, presi president
dent president of the Florida Baptist College
will speak this evening and it is ex

pected that a great host will hear ROOMS

him. Good sinerinjr will be heard. I

Come and enjoy it. Dr. Carrie Mitchell,!
Revs. J. W. Dukes, E. W. Jackson, J.I
E. Fields and A. L. James were vis-

itors who made good talks, giving WANTED borrow $1000 for five,
t, i i -i r nt o T.nl

tiirii iicji i v illiu UCM. wiMica iui UU1 jaizt u. u j-rci vvriit nucleus ian
success. The real climax will be to-j will be secured by mortgage on, grove
night at the hall where Rev. Dr. Boyd I properly on Lake Weir. Address

AND BOARD Large

rooms with board at special sum-

IV A' m A) IIM i
r:irltnn TTfMieo IQ.Imn I

t

i

Per" Yard
They come in many attractive- designs and colors,
neat figures and stripes in lavender, pink, blue and
green on white grounds and they are ideal for summer
dresses.
Every woman can well afford to buy liberally.

dD

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OCALA, FLORIDA

Germs Can't Stay
With This Treatment

No Impurities Can Retain
A Foothold They're
Driven'OuL

IG0CGTLJIK K
ALA

TA!PA and j
ST. PETERSBURG (

! i t i?"

The action o( 5. S. S.. the famous bTvwl
purifier. Is direct from th mnmmt It
enters the stomach. Unlike food thnt
must be actel upon Ly the Ii Revive
Juices, S. S. S. Roes at once Into the
blood, and in less than five minutes has
traversed the entire circulation.
It now rapidly spreads Its medicinal
action In the fine network of blood ves vessels
sels vessels and Is like giving the blood a
thorough bath, to overcome eczema,
blood risings, boils an other eruptive
conditions. It can not harm any part of
the system. It does not 1-Iko In th
Join.ts as do mercury, arsenic and other
minerals frequently to be found In
blood remedies. It Is a natural medi medicine
cine medicine for the blood. Just as essential to
health If irerms have K"ttn tho-iipper
hand as is nutritious food if after a
spell of sickness the body calls f ( r nour nourishment.
ishment. nourishment. Wherever you o i ar
sure to' meet some one who u-ed S. K. S.
for the blood and is a willing witnesi
to "Its wonderful power to overcome
blood troubles. You can t btain R S. S.
in almost any drupr store In th I. R.
a significant fact es to its v.orth an 1
Its sterling reputation. 0t a lottl
today. It win do you pool. Vrit to
The Pwlft Fpecifie t" 101 Swift HMsr..
Atlanta. Ga.. if ihr directions with the
bottle do not fully cover your cus.

'GoNortlibySea"
MERCHANTS & MINERS, rR NS.CO
Steamship Lines
Jacksonville
. TO
Boston
New York
Baltimore
Washington
Philadelphia
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
Address
II. C. AVERY, AGENT
Jacksonville, Fla.

2.00

SEA IB A

ROUND
TRIP

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. Tickets sold for all regular trains, good -to return to and including

JULY 22nd, 1915.
Leave Ocala
. 1:30 A. M. 1:17 I.M. 4:30 P.M.
(1:30 train only for Tampa.)
C. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A. JOHN L'OLSSEAU. C. T. A-
Jacksonrille, Fla. Oc.U, FU

NEW YORK AND RETURN

VIA

CLYDE LIN

Only Direct Line from Jacksonville

ICare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKITTS NflV ON SALE

COOL ON ANY SHIP

FINAL RETURN LI3IIT OCTOBER 31sL
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule dnd further particulars. x
H. G.WENZEL FLORIIA PASSENGER AGENT
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

WHEN GOING

See That Your Ticket Reads
VIA

2 V i

RTAMUint :ll.lOAD OF THE SOUTH
JI. II. WILLIAMS, J. G. KIRKLAND,
TicKti t"". O. Fla. D. P. A- Tampa, Fla.

will address the convention and the
citizens on an interesting subject.
We extend a hearty welcome to our
white friends also. Several persons
of national reputation as speakers

"Cash," care Star.

2-ft

FOR RENT Four furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished rooms; lights, city or cis cistern
tern cistern water; cheap. Phone 382. 3-4 1

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VEGETABLES. 311 LK AND EGGS
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