The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE
VOL. 21.

Answer from Germany has Caused Much Irri Irritation
tation Irritation in America

NOTHING WILL BE OVERLOOKED
Washington, July 12. Secretary j
Lansing today began working on a j
draft of the note to be sent to Ger-1
many, expressing the attitude the
United States will take toward sur-j
marine warfare, as affecting neutrals, t
When the drafts are completed, Lans- j
ing and, the president will confer and
the latter will decide the policy to be
pursued.
No intimation is obtainable concern concerning
ing concerning the United States' course. There
are ind
ieaticns in official ouarters that
relation
is 'between Germany and the
United States are so strained that it
is necessary to weigh carefully the
phraseology of the contents of the re reply
ply reply of the United States.
COOL-HEADED STATESMEN WILL
COLLABORATE
Later ifc is learned that Lansing may
not go to Cornish to consult President
Wilson regarding the note, as origi originally
nally originally planned but Lansing and the
president working independently, may
prepare their memoranda, then confer
afterwards.
AMBASSADOR MAY BE
INTIMATION
GIVEN
German Ambassador Bernstorff
may be given an intimation of the
seriousness with which the United
States regards the crisis.
AMERICA MAY DECLARE.INTEN DECLARE.INTEN-:
: DECLARE.INTEN-: TIONS
The belief is growing that the next
United States note may include an
idea of the United- States' intentions
if its demands are not met.
CARRANZA HOLDS THE CAPITAL
Washington, July 12. The state
department yesterday received a dis dispatch
patch dispatch July 10 from Consul Silliman
at Vera Cruz saying the, Carranza
chief of staff informed him that Gen General
eral General Gonzales entered Mexico City
Saturday morning, that the casualties
numbered 3,000 and that the Zapata
troops, which held the capital, had
fled.
OCALA JUNIORS WON
TWO GAMES FROM OAK
The fast junior team of this city
went to "Oak Saturday afternoon and
played the team of that city a double double-header,
header, double-header, both games resulting in a
victory for Ocala. First game, 13 to
1; second game, 12 to 0. Phil Dye did
the pitching for the Ocala boys and
would have shut the Oak team out in
the first game, but a bad throw on the
part of Brooks from left field let in
the only run. In the first game Ocala
did not make but four errors and only
one of them was costly.
' Ocala's line-up for both games .was
as follows: Leavengood, ss; Brooks,
If; Canova, 3b; Jones, lb; -Blalock, c;
Hardage, rf; Clayton, 2b; Slott, cf;
Dye, p.
Score by innings:
R II E
Oak .. .. ..-0100000001 3 8
Ocala .. .. .2 403 0 100313 11 4
Second Game
In the second game Ocala played
shut-out ball and did not make an er error.
ror. error. Dye also pitched this game and
only two hits were registered off his
curves. Only one man reached third
base, and he was the only one to reach
second base.
The score by innings: R II E
Oak 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 10
Ocala .... .(J 1 1 1 1 2 0. 12 8 0
Oak will be up here to play the
juniors Saturday and it is hoped that
a large crowd will come out to see
the game.
NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT
If you want to purchase a new au automobile
tomobile automobile on easy payment', get the
information by addressing Box 164,
Ocala Fla. 6-19-12t

THE STAR

11 J

BY PRESIDE!!! WILSON AND
NEXT NOTE
(Associated Press)
APPHECIA
Pretty Bouquet Handed Our City and
County by L. L. Palmer j
Mr. L. L. Palmer of the Gainesville
t
Sun, who spent the 7th in Ocala, j
writes for the Gainesville Sun the
following concerning our city and the
country between it and his home:
For the mm who ha-, never visited
Ocala there is a real surprise in store.
This is specially tme if he has any
just, appreciation of good farming
lands and a prospect of booming
crops, and a well built city with all
the elements of wealth, activity and
prosperity visible on every hand.
Leaving Gainesville on the morning
train south on Wednesday on which
there was a special rate of $1 for
the round trip to Ocala and return,
there was nothing of interest till we
had passed Rochelle. The site of old
Fort Crane was covered with a thrifty
growth of waving corn. It was also
noted that our old time ffi"nd of trav traveling
eling traveling days, W. II. Turner, hd a fine
crop of corn on his place. We also
recalled just how good Mrs. Turner's
biscuit and blueberries tasted that
bright summer's day.
At Micanopy Junction was seen the
first, real evidence of busings. Cars
were being loaded w'th melons, and
in the fields there were scores of
hands picking and cording up the
great caskets of sweetness prnara prnara-tory
tory prnara-tory to being hauled away to, tre sta station.
tion. station. Beginning with Evinston one seems
to come into a different kind of a
country, and for miles and mile there
are broad corn fields and pinder
patches, and various kinds of truck trucking
ing trucking interspersed he-e and there with
orange groves. A few field' of toma tomatoes
toes tomatoes were noted in wlrch vjvo
growth was certainly thrifty. th-:gh
of its fruitage one could not judge
from the train. A" one swept along
in and out and -up and down among
the hills, throf'rh fhe thrifty villages
of Mcintosh, Orange Lake, Roddick,
Lowell, Martin and Kendrick, he was
reminded very much of the river bot bottom
tom bottom sections in Indiana, Ohio and
West Virginia. There were sweeping
hills on either side with corn-covered
sections begirt and fringed about with
green trees from which the Spanish
moss gYacefully and lazily swayed in
the softly floating zephyrs. Altogether
it was a scene for one to look upon
with glad eyes and a rejoicing heart.
Hero is Florida at its very best ng ng-riordturally.
riordturally. ng-riordturally. x
Arriving in Ocala. the first impres impression
sion impression is ti nt of the compactness and
oHd'fv of everything. The splendid
hrick blocks which surround its pub public
lic public sen: a re betokens wealth and stabil stability."
ity." stability." One is reminded of St. Louis, Mo.,
in ths-t rosroct. The court hcue is r.
substantial building, and is erected
on a commanding site. The govern government
ment government building may well be the pride
of my c:ty in the state.
There are two main streets leading
east and west through the city, Fort
King and Oklawnha. and the best
residences in" the plnce are erected
along the line cf those streets. There
are a large number of handsome resi residences,
dences, residences, costing a "pretty penny" to
construct. The homes of anv people
represent the overflow of business
prosperity, and that being true Ocala
can certainly boat of a great busi business
ness business prosperity. Other streets are
lined with lovely, though possibly
more modest, homes. The entire city is
planted in the midst of a forest of
trees, shrubs and flowers, hence pre presents
sents presents a handsome apeparance to the
eye of the stranger.
Naturally we drifted into the office
of the Banner and Star and exchang exchanged
ed exchanged courtesies. Having never had the
pleasure of grasping the hand of Col.

TTQ

MA

OCALA,

IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

SECRETARY
LANSING III THE
Frank Ilariis, the Nestor of Florida
journalism, it was truly a delight to
met him and spend a half hour with
him in social chat. Frank, Jr. is
truly, if one is to judge from appear appearances,
ances, appearances, a "chip off the old block," and
when the father is called "from labor
to refreshment," the son will be able
to nobly take up the work.
The Star, being in the "firmament
class" with the Sun, appealed very
strongly to us, naturally,' and a very
pleasant half hour was spent with
Editor J. II. Benjamin, who unloaded
one of his classic aphorisms on us by
stating that "afternoon papers are
shot out of a gun." Down stairs Busi Business
ness Business Manager P. V. Leavengood was
as genial as ever. R. R. Carroll was
"chock full" of business.
How it rained just as we were
leaving; and the atmosphere was en endurable
durable endurable once more. As the train
climbed up onto the level and sped
away to the northward a beautiful
rainbow spanned the eastern sky, em emblem
blem emblem of peace and prosperity. And
such is the spirit of Ocala.
CARD OF THANKS TO THE
BUSINESS MEN OF OCALA
For their donations to the Daugh Daughters
ters Daughters of the Confederacy for the din dinner
ner dinner given the Veterans and Sons of
Veterans, July -fith, 1915, we return
thanks. We also desire to thank the
Ocala Rifles for the use of the arm armory;
ory; armory; Mr. Winston, Mr. Gallagher and
Mr. Adams, for the use of the tables;
Theus Brothers and Mr. Bennett for
the use of chairs and tables; Mclver &
MacKay for use of chairs, table and
dishes. And we wish to thank Col Collier
lier Collier Brothers for hauling tables to
and from the armory, and we extend
our many thanks for the space given
the Daughters to publish this note of
thanks.
Messrs Charles Simpson, 50c; Ben
Rheinauer, 25c; J. D. McDonald, 25c;
Sid Whaley, 25c; F. G. B. Weihe, 25c;
E. T. Helvenston 25c; W. II. Hetrick,
25c; Ed. Tucker, $1; Harry Peter, $1;
C. V. Roberts, 50c; Marcus Frank, $1;
W. D. Carn, 50c; J. C. Smith, 25c;
James Carlisle, 50c; G. J. Blitch, 50c;
Ocala National Bank, $1; II. W.
Tucker, 50c; B. F. Condon, 50c; A. E.
Burnett, 25c; Court Pharmacy. $1;
A. L. Izlar, 50c; II. B. Clarkson, 50c;
T. G. Parrish, 50c; T. T. Munroe, $1;
P. II. Nugent, $1; J. H. Spencer, 25c;
M. M. Little, 25c; Ben Borden, 25c;
Will Knight, 25c; H. A. Waterman,
50c; E. Dreyfous, 50c; J. R. Dewey,
25c; E. C. Bennett, $1; F. E. MeClane,
50c; Theus Brothers, $1; T. W. Trox Trox-'er,
'er, Trox-'er, 50c; A. C. Cobb, 25c; J. D. Robert Robert-on,
on, Robert-on, $1; John Moore, $2; Chero-Cola
Co., $1; G. A. Wood, 25c; Imperial
Laundry, 5"c; Miss Margaret Walters,
50o; Oli-e Mordis? $1.20; A. A. Van
leil
, ?2.50; Marion Grocery Co.,
two ouiits pickles; Andy Fausett,
I.li"); Carn-Thomas Co., five pounds
cflVo; II. B. Masters Co., $2.25; Car
ter's Bakery, 24 loaves bread; Eugene
Dohbs, $1.25; Jake Brown. $3; O. K.
Teapot Grocery Co., $2.25; Counts
Grocery Co.. $1; W. H. Marsh, $1.90;
Charles Peyser, $1.25; Schlemmer's
Bakery, rake; C. N. Kirkland, 12 cans
of cream, 12 bottles of pickles; Tay
lor Pres.. 100 pounds ice.
. WATSON-THOMPSON
j umiuy duupe csmun maue two more
A T 1 -- 1 1 A
souls happy this morning, joining in
wedlock Miss Minnie L. Thompson to
Mr. William L. Watson. Mr. Watson
is of I.ake county and his bride is
from Palmetto. They came to Ocala
on the morning train and returned
this afternoon.
Beauty More Than Skin Deep
A beautiful woman always has good
digestion. If your digestion is faulty,
Chamberlain's Tablets will do you
good. Obtainable everywhere. Adv.

4 lamtt

FLORIDA, MONDAY, JULY 12, 1915

III 1

Another Murderous Crank in
New Orleans

SAYS HE WILL KILL MORGAN
PLACED BOMBS ON

(Associated Press)

Washington. July 12. Navy offici officials
als officials today await a response from the
British steamers Howth Head and
Baron Napier, supposedly off the
South Atlantic coast, to warnings last
night to-watch for bombs in holds of
the vessels which sailed from New New-Orleans
Orleans New-Orleans with mules and munitions for
the British army July 9th, the Howth
being headed for Dublin via Norfolk
and the Napier direct for Avonmouth.
The warning was sent after Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Daniels received a telegram
from a New Orleans newspaper, stat stating
ing stating a letter had been received from
a person signing himself Pearce, in indicating
dicating indicating that explosives had been
placed on both vessels. The writer
declared his intention to kill J. P.
Morgan and British Ambassador
Spring-Rice, completing the work of
Erich Muenter, alias Frank Holt.
NOTHING HEARD FROM IMPER.
ILLED STEAMERS
New Orleans, July 12. Federal of
ficials here this morning heard noth
ing from the steamers Howth Head
and Baron Napier, supposed to have
bombs aboard, placed by Pearce,
writer. of a letter to local newspapers
giving warning. Pearce has not been
located. Hans Halle, arrested in De
cember for having in his possession
forty pounds of dynamite, and re
cently acquitted of n conspiracy to
ship explosives illegally was rearrest
ed last night and is held as a sus suspicious
picious suspicious character until the Howth
Head and Baron Napier are heard
from.
FISH EL'S NEW STOhE
IN LEESBURG
Leesburg Commercial: Wednesday
afternoon the new dry goods and
clothing store of M. Fishel & Sons, in
the Davidson building, was formally
opened with music and free ice cream
and other refreshments, and the
combination of weather and nature of
souvenirs" brought a steady stream
of visitors.
The new store has enjoyed a good
business since the doors were first
opened last Saturday and the two
young men who are in charge declare
they are well pleased with Leesburg
and the prospects for the future of
their business.
You have mosquitos? We have the
chaser. Court Pharmacy. Ct.

ANNETTE KELLERMAN, IN "NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER'
TEMPLE THEATER TONIGHT

SPRING RICE AND HAS
SHIPS
THE CAPITAL
EXPECTED THAT CONDITIONS IN
MEXICO CITY WILL IMPROVE
( Associated Presj
Washington, July 12. Dispatches
which have reached the state depart department
ment department from Mexico City, dated before
Carranza's occupation of the capitol,
describe food conditions as almost in intolerable.
tolerable. intolerable. Officials here believe the
situation is either being relieved by
the Carranza army or will be remedied
as soon as transportation with Vera
Cruz is resumed.
Upon being asked whether Carran Carranza's
za's Carranza's occupation of Mexico City would
effect the question of recognition, of officials
ficials officials replied the subject had not
been definitely considered.
The Villa agency today announced
the repulse of two thousand Carranza
troops that attacked Cabultona, Son Son-ora.
ora. Son-ora. The Villa commander at Piedras
Negras telegraphed that Carranza
forces attacking Conclova had been
driven toward Lampazas.
PRESIDENT WILSON IN
AN AUTO ACCIDENT
Cornish, N. II., July 11. President
Wilson was in an automobile acci accident
dent accident near Newport, N. IL, last night
with members of his family, but no
one was hurt. When his machine
stopped to avoid frightening a horse
a small automobile bumped into the
White House car from behind, break breaking
ing breaking the front light on the small ma machine.
chine. machine. President Wilson, Mrs. Francis
Sayre, Miss Helen Woodrow Bones
and Mrs. Norman Gault, of Washing Washington
ton Washington were shaken up by the collision.
Secret service men a short distance be behind
hind behind soon learned that the president's
party had suffered no injury and that
the five men in the other car were
unhurt. General opinion was that
the president's chauffeur was blame blameless.
less. blameless. Another fresh shipment of Triola
sweets just in at Gerig's. tf.
V

BRITISH

CARRANZA

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Petrograd Reports Successes in
South Poland

FRENCH ARE I'INNIIIG GROUND, FOOT BY FOOT Oil TOE
WESTERN FRONT

(Associated
London, July 12. There's compara comparative
tive comparative calm today in the various fight fighting
ing fighting areas, except on the Austro-Ital-ian
front, where the Italians claim an
advance toward Triest.
PETROGRAD REPORTS VICTORY
IN SOUTH POLAND
Petrograd is elated over a Russian
success in South Poland. It is report reported
ed reported that the Austrians lost one of
three corps, which began an advance
against Lublin. Austrian operations
against Warsaw Railroads are checked
and probably thwarted. y
BATTERED A BRITISH BOAT
A Turkis-h official report says the
bombardment of Gaba Tepeh on the
Gallipoli Peninsula, by a cruiser, pre presumably
sumably presumably British, failed. It says the
warship was hit and forced to with withdraw.
draw. withdraw. ALLIES IN WEST WILL TAKE
OFFENSIVE
The check the Russians have impos imposed
ed imposed on Archduke Joseph Ferdinand's
army in southern Poland and the ad additional
ditional additional strain this has placed on the
German army to the right has post postponed,
poned, postponed, military experts here believe,
the threatened German offensive in
the west and there is now a possibil possibility
ity possibility that the allies will take the offen offensive
sive offensive first.
ADVANCE OF FRENCH INCH BY
INCH
On the Heights of Notre Dame de
Loretta Near Arras, France, July 10,
via Paris, July 11. After battling 120
days for the hill country between
Bethune and Arras, French forces
now hold all the eminences looking
out on the plain of Flanders, Lille,
Douai and Cambrai. Every position
along the national road between Arra
and Bethune has been won except
Souchez and last night another quar quarter
ter quarter mile of trenches in the Souchiz
web were torn away. The attack was
made under parachute rochet lights,
the French burning bluish white and
the Germans greenish white.
The most desperate fighting has
leen along a short ten mile front from
Arras to Aix Noulette, which began
March 9. Every day since some sec section
tion section of the German trenches ha3 been
taken, lost or retaken.
A correspondent of the Associated
Press went through five or six miles
of trenches formerly held by the Ger
mans and reconstructed by the French,
who now have abandoned them to
move forward. Upward of 100,000
Germans have fallen or been captur captured
ed captured in these trenches, according to the
French, since the second week of
March. French losses, the corres correspondent
pondent correspondent was informed, while serious,
have been much smaller than the
Germans.
WILL FIGHT NEXT WINTER
The men on the firing line express
the utmost confidence that what they
did yesterday or this morning they
can keep on doing until the war has
leen won. They never hear vague,
unverified reports circulated in Paris,
sometimes of tremendous and impos impossible
sible impossible victories or sinister hints of dis disaster.
aster. disaster. They know what they have
done since March 9. They talk as a
matter of course of another winter
campaign, because, they say, it will
take another year to break the Ger German
man German power.
OCALA SEED STORE
A full line of Com, Oats, Bran,
Short?, Hay and Mr 'asses feeds. C5tf
Don't fail to ask us about our speci special
al special price on stationery. The Court
Pharmacy. Ct.
Norris famous candies never failed
to satisfy. To be had only at the
Court Pharmacy. Ct.

LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS TIME

NO. 163
ii
Press)
A BOOST MEETING IS IN OHD
Editor Star: In a leading article
published Saturday you speak of the
necessity of supporting the Board of
Trade, and you propose a boost meet meeting.
ing. meeting. There can be no doubt about the
necessity of maintaining a commer commercial
cial commercial organization. It must be main maintained
tained maintained in self defenseif for no other
reason. And to let the organization
become ineffective now, would. It
Feems to me, undo much that has
been done. The Board of Trade. need3
money ,and if the meeting you pro propose
pose propose will obtain the money the meet meeting
ing meeting should be held.
My observation has been that the
reason why commercial bodies do not
get more support is in the ready ques question:
tion: question: "What has the organization ever
done?" And if the board has done
something, and it is shown that it is
doing something, and will do more, it
is usually possible to get the support
of men who otherwise remain on the
outside and continue destructive crit criticisms.
icisms. criticisms. Men, you know, have mem memories
ories memories that are very short.
Putting money into a commercial
organization doing effective work is
Must as much an investment as is ad
vertising, and advertising is becom becoming
ing becoming more and more to be recognized
as an investment. There are many
direct, and numberless indirect, re returns
turns returns to be had from putting money
into an organization of this kind. To
support the Board of Trade is not only
patriotic, it is a far-sighted business
policy.
It will always be the few who do
the work. It is, after all, the most
effective way of doing things, to have
a few do them. Large bodies are
difficult to handle, and are noted for
much discussion and little action.
The directors of the Board of
Trade are to -be compared to the
directors of a bank or corporation.
The members are the stockholders.
And, as it is seldom that matters are
referred to the stockholders, so
should the directors of the commercial
body, with the secretary, do most of
the work.
It seems to me that it would be a
good thing to have a general meeting
of the Board of Trade at this time.
Every citizen should attend, not mem members
bers members only. The meeting si ould be told
what has been done, wh; t is being
die, what vill Ie done by the
organization I am confident that it
will then be possible to obtain better
financial backing
Before this meeting is held let the
directors of the board prepare a plat platform,
form, platform, naming the things that the or-
ganization proposes to do. Let this
ls ratified, and amended if need be,
by the. organization as a whole. The
directors should then name a com committee
mittee committee to see to the carrying out of
each plank in the platform, and a
director should be made chairman of
each committee to see that the com committee
mittee committee keeps busy.
If some of thee things have al already
ready already been done, they are worth dolnj:
over again.
I make these suggestions knowing
that the Board of Trade has done
something. Louis II. ChazaL
ISN'T IN EVIDENCE
We hear that the Williston Courier
devoted a large per cent of its rather
circumscribed space to the Star last last-week.
week. last-week. Not having seen a copy, we
don't know whether it is worth re re-plying
plying re-plying to or not.
EMPLOYED AGAINST
THEIR ALLIES
Rome, July 11. Thousands of Rus Russian
sian Russian prisoners are being employed by
Austria to construct trenches in the
Austro-Italian theater. New forts tre tre-lieing
lieing tre-lieing constructed behind the present
line of defense of the Austria?:".

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OCALA fcVENl.VG STAM MONDAY, JULY 12. iSt.,

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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter
PHONE 51

hail vai hot brcust.med to carrying ti
gun. If the chauffeur's .story up to
the time of leaving the car i.s true
which is possible without removing a

until thU year has th n been a law
that Would permit the -tate t take
charge of the affairs of a company in

like circumstances with the dvfunct

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reasonable doubt of Mendenhall's j life insurance, company, ar.J that re re-guilt
guilt re-guilt that pistol was. brought into J fore this there has never Iftn a suffi suffi-the
the suffi-the car either by the accused or by cient appropriation to permit the

the mother who was seeking the lull- .-tate authorities to rr.aKe tr.e r.eces r.eces-est
est r.eces-est reparation for her daughter's sary examinations into life insurance

wrongs. The sight the chauffeur saw
or says he saw may have been when
Mendenhall was in the act of disarm disarming
ing disarming a frenzied woman. He may even

have struck her andstill be innocent

of the more grievous charge
burg Commercial.

There is too much law and too lit little
tle little justice in Florida and all the other
American states.

In saying "Plant a tree," the Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland Star gives almost as good and
more poetic advice than the Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Metropolis in its iterated and re reiterated
iterated reiterated slogan, "Plant a hen.?
Boost the fairs, whether they be

held in Jacksonville, Tampa or the
smaller capitals of Florida counties.
Tampa Times.
' Broad-minded and timely advice.
An Ocala young lady, who strained
her vocal chords some time ago, has
adopted the silent treatment and has
not spoken a word for three weeks.
Her friends have lost considerable

music in that time, but she has gain gained
ed gained Zxh pounds in weight. We under understand
stand understand now why so many ladies are
thin, but we have not yet discovered
the reason why some of them are fat.
- The prettiest compliment the Star

has had in a long time was paid it
Sunday by the charming mother of a
lovely little girl. She informed us the
principal text book of her little daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, who is not quite four years old,
but who reads well for her age, has
been the Evening Star. The first
word she ever learned to spell was
Ocala, and she studied it out from the
head of the paper.
The Leesburg Commercial lays a
good deal of the blame for the Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater tragedy on the prevailing style
in women's dresses, which it says are

a strong incentive to immorality in
men. If Brother Leach will study up
on his history, he will find that the
most immoral "society circles" the

civilized world has ever. known were
the courts of England, France and
Italy, where high collars and long
sleeves were the prevailing fashion.
We lived for some time in a section of

the country where ladies' dresses
were modeled on the fashion of meal
sacks and covered the wearers from

the chins down, but there was much
more scandal in proportion in the

community than there i3 in the aver

age up-to-date town. Men who are on

the outlook for immorality can find it,

no matter what garb it wears.

companies. No regular, lawful in investigation
vestigation investigation has been made into the af affairs
fairs affairs of the comnanv about which

i
there is so much ado, and it cannot be.
said with certainty that fraud or i

Lees- crime has been committed in thrt ad- j
ministration of its affairs. Miami i

Even if it can be proven that one Herald.
, r sr .rr. A rw mm n Mpn.lpn. In other words, anther exhibition

J A Lilt. 1 WJilVil u v m u -j--
hall, that would not clear him. He of legislative and ffk-ial incompe-j
escaped from the scuffle unhurt and'tence. The people had reason to b
th n-nmpn nrp iWd. If .1 man is at-Nve their bu-ir.r-s was beirg attend-'

tacked with a pistol nv another man.iew u i in-- m.uc .-- ... ;
he is excusable if he kills his assail- no state official had the forethought!
ant. If he is attacked by a woman,! to tell thorn it wasn't being attended

and is able to disarm her, he is not .to ani coui-in t r e. mu, a s.n oi
excusable for killing her, to say noth- j omission, but as generally as grievous
ing of cremating her body lefore the j as a sin of commission.
life 13 fairly out of it. Beside, nobody j

can be certain Mendenhall didn't have It is possible that few people have

The German note is just about what
the Star supposed it would be. It of offers
fers offers no apology and shows no regret

a gun. A man who carries a gun for
business seldom advertises the fact.

The comments of the Times-Union
or international affairs would be
funny if they did not refer to mat matters
ters matters that may soon become tragic.
The Times-Union wants us to call
both Germany and Britain to account
for impositions on America, and it fs

easv to see the T.-U. has crreater dis-

for the Lusitania incident, and crives like for Britain than for Germany. At

no assurance that it will not be re- j the same time, the Times-Union
peated. It offers safety to Americans j knows we are in no condition to call
on the hiedi seas on about the same, either to account, and it cives some

terms that it might offer it to Norwe-jvery sensible reasons why it is almost
o-inns or Peruvians, or anv other I impossible to nut ourselves in condi-

r 1 m
weak people. If we have no desire tion. The Star must admit that un-
f y nntrf kinm .atav Vi k n tTnnr!iPW Uci! niir rvnllI ?iff'.iir nrfl rrwlllft ed

more for national welfare and less for

local selfishness, we will never be

anything but a jellyfish of a nation.

with sense enough to know when we

are wronged but mostly lacking in the

power to clahn our rights.

for anything better than temporary
safety, we can accept the terms and

swallow the insult, which would never

have been offered, or given occasion
for, if we had not been too infernally
lazy, selfish, short-sighted and corrupt

to make the ordinary amount of sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice necessary to provide for the na national
tional national safety. America can atone for

national heedlessness and porkbarrel
statesmanship in two ways. One is in
sacrifice and preparation now. The
other is in devastation and humilia humiliation
tion humiliation later. We can't put off the
choice very long.

There is one piece of evidence that
aDDarentlv has been overlooked. If

the officers will unearth the pistol

that figures in the case, and trace it
back to its ownership, there will be
removed one immense doubt. Menden-

entirelv estimated the atrocity of the

crime by which Mrs. Eliot and her

daughter lost their lives near Clear

water a few nights ago. There is no
telling the agony the two women may

have endured before death ended their

sufferings. People who are severely.

even fatally wounded, often retain
consciousness a long time. If the two

women were not instantly killed, but
only rendered helpless by shots or

blows, it is by no means unlikely that

they suffered the full torture of burn

ing to death. If the guilt of their
murder is ever fastened on any man,

hanging will be too good for him.

By the way, state officials, why was
the reserve fund of the Florida Life

Insurance company allowed to dwindle

without any fuss being made about it,

as alleged? And why was the officia
report of that concern, the glaring in

completeness of which would cause
any business man to be suspicious, ac accepted?
cepted? accepted? We understand that it was
sent in without being sworn to. If

this is the case, why? Tampa Times.
From an interview with J. C. Lun-

The murder of two women 01. the

west coast brings forth the comment

that "the wages of sin is death." Not
always. If the quotation were true,
a surprisingly large percentage of the
population would be dead. Key West
Journal.
There would be quite a bunch of us
coming up for our pay envelopes, for
a fact.

WONDERFUL VACUUM.
Science Can Produc It Almost to thz
Point cf Perfection.
Sei.ntit! liive u"vedl In retting
w!i.-st Is pra ti-ally a p-rfe t v;if-uum
have siic-oiIiil In taking all the air
out f a sp-H-e except tl.e i:e hundred
and fifty millionth of it As lung as
they had to d--:il with the old ti:ie o
called su' t!''!! pump very low vacuums
were i!JJisil! on account of leakage.
The rrwrvtrry pump was relied on to
give tbo tH'tter vacuum, but that took
a 1 ng time i:.ded. Then the Gaede
pump and before that the Geryck
jr.imp Iini-row-d matters somewhat.
Th devk-o now uM is as Ingenious
as it Is swift and reliable. SupTHe
that we hare a sealed tul-e containing
air. If we place this in liquid !idn !idn-jren
jren !idn-jren the air In a few ndnut- N-come
a soM.l in the l.ttm of the tut-e. If
all the air wer frozen we should have
a i-erfeot vacuum left, but air con

tains what the chemist calls tracs
of seven! inert and hnnl to fn-eze
gases, two of whhh are helium and
neon. The tiny amount of thesv rare
gaes found in th air is. of course.

left in the spare, and so a crfc-t va vacuum
cuum vacuum does not appear. But helium
lias leen liquefied also As liquefied
helium is the coldest thing obtainable,
it will nt freeze any mre of itself.
To make the vacuum more complete,
however, it was divided to put sme
charcoal in the tulm. It had lone In-en
known that hot t !i;ir o.il had the lw
er to aho-rl; or chide" jra--s. but
little was known nlit its iwer when
as cold as liquid air. A i:reat surpri surpri-was
was surpri-was in store for the first man ( try It.
however, for it was found that it al
sorUsl a great deal more when very
cold than when warm. In some cases
seven or cieht times as much. So the
chareo.tl plared ill the spare absorlnsl
a K''d P:,i't 'f t'K ii remaining,
and the wonderful vacuum of .ihmuCVS
of n millimeter, the normal pres.-ure of

the air being 7' millimeters, wt's ob-

talned. t'hScauo Herald.

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CAKES

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AN OBJECT LESSON IN
SUNDAY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE

(Gainesville Sun)
The cry among Sunday school work workers
ers workers all the time is, "How can we main maintain
tain maintain the attendance?" This is really
a burning question. The primary de department
partment department is usually crowded, the in

termediate shading off in attendance

,ng, state treasurer puoi.sneu m me k Uon to aml the a(luU
Times-Union, it is learned that not , :

HOW OLD ARE YOU?

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Fresh Each Day
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
Pound Cake
You run no risk in buying "Delicious" cakes,
as we guarantee every piece. If for ANY REASON
it is not satisfactory return it and get back youi
money.

CARTER'S BAKERY

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1 ThfoOar New"
g M- Serial Story I

I Wbk This is

M ; play

Mm

a novelization of the prize photo

selected as the best in over 19,000

FOR A SUGGESTION!
t

This photo play took the $10,000 prize in the $10,000
photo play contest announced last December. Another
$10,000 is now offered for a sequel to -this prize play.
This offer is open to you. Only a simple suggestion of
1,000 words or less is wanted.
Watch For Our Thrilling New Serial
THE DIAMOND FROM THE SKY

Mead Me Firstt Installmet of Mis Thrill-
fiimcif QoFy in. Mis paper Wednesday,
JimIy J.4tHhi. See Me Pictures att
tfflae Temniple, Friday, Jmly 16

department is usually a minus quan

tity. But, fortunately, this condition

does not obtain in all the churches of

the land.
While sitting on his porch and chat

tine pleasantly with Prof. W. II.

Cassels, in Ocala Jast Wednesday, the

conversation drifted upon Sunday
school work in that city. Iiy the way,
it will he of interest to the many

friends of Trof. Ca??els in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville to learn that his year's work in
the Ocala schools has heen specially
successful. A number of citizens re referred
ferred referred to it in highest terms of prai?e.
Referring to the Baptist church in
Ocala, Prof. Cassels stated that there
were two larpje classes of men and
also two of women, the attendance be-

inff uniformly punctual. There were
some twenty-five or thirty in each of
these classes. In addition to this there
is a very larpc Baraca class, and also
a senior and junior Philathea class.
The attendance in each of these class classes
es classes is upwards of twenty-five.
Over at the Methodist church he
said they set out to have a men's
class of seventy-five, and they suc

ceeded in doinpr it. A temporary struc

ture was erected outside the church
in which to hold this mammoth class

of men. And other activities just as
prratifyinp: are beinjr worked out in
the other departments of the church.
It was decided by the Sunday school
workers in Ocala that on a certain
Sunday they would make a bij7 pull
altogether in air the churches and see

if it were possible to secure an at attendance
tendance attendance of 1,000 at Sunday school.
They succeeded in petting more than
1,100. Then they set the stake at
1.200, and the attendance ran up to
more than 1,"00.
Thro k tin 'difference between a

Sunday school and a picture show
wbpn it romps to the matter of at

tendance. People will pro where they
find that which interests them, and if
the Sunday school promoters desire a
larger attendance they must increase
the interest. They will then c able
to keep the "teen" aire youngsters and
the adults as well in regular attend-

Do You Know Your Age and the Year

and Day of Your Cirth?
How f.Id are you? When were you
liorn? s if you really kuow. See if
your children kn-w Im.w old they are.
Io not l;iu!i sit theso simple quirstioua
until ym try tin test.
According to a re-Mit Isxuc of the
Unitrd State publk. health sorvi-e re reports.
ports. reports. It H a common -cuneiH'e to find
kcIxkjI ftilldren. even hlh lw pu pupils
pils pupils In the Junior and senior yean,
who etinnot tell how o!d they are. or
who. If they know their ace. cannot
tell accurately hi what ye.-ir they were
ttorn.
You will iniil this lurorin.-itlon when
jou apply for a marriage IW-ense, or lu
redisti l in for votinir. or in seeklnj a
poveriiinent ositioii. or In case you
claim that you are heir to a fortune

that Is j:oir: to some other ih.tsoii.
You may have to k under oath as tu
your ime whii yon pay your custom
duties upon return from your next
European trip. So you should practice
In some of our states there Is no
birth registration, so you may not t

able to prove from the record that
j-ou ever were lrn. Thl mljch; Ik?
embarrassing t you If you want to
marry In lairoj.
Perhaps al.-st way to renicm!er
jour :;ze i lo furm Koine Jingle r
rime n ji!'f birth year. For In
staiue. 'In 1".7 little Johnnie came
from hM.n."' or "In isvj little Susie
iK'an to Imhi." Nevt-r ndnd what the
rime is. Just so joii reiiu-udr It. and
If. after rear hi the a'e of forty, you
want to prove that you are only twenty-three
years oM. Just change the
rime and Hrhapj people will lielieve
you when you reieat the jfnle to
prove your youth.

"The Home of Carters Delicious Cakes"
PHONE 360
NORTH MAIN ST. OCALA, FLA.

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ance.

The latest Columbia phonograph re

cords are now to be had at the Ocala

Loan and Pawn Office at jrreatly re

duced prices. Many entirely new sonjrs.

dialo-ues, etc., just in. "Why Pay

More?" 0 Ct

The Servant
Question
has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS KANGE and a
WATER HEATER. The
cooking and cleaning on

Lodo Hot Days

are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM HELP YOU
Keep your ranpe clean.
A dirty pas ranee will
make a big pas bill.
Ocala Gas Company
PHONE 61

My attention has been called to the fact that someone is cirralat cirralat-injr
injr cirralat-injr an unfounded report that my Nickle Cigars contain scrap filler
unfit for high grade oc Cigars.
If this party is question or any one else will prove that any of my
NICKLE HUANDS

MILO DEYO, FLORIDA EMBLEM :
EL TROPICO HAVANA SMOKERS
and GRAND ROYAL PONIES
contain any other than stripped long filler (which I buy in origimil
packages) of which every leaf is stripped and handled in my factory
except PORTO RICO which I buy stripped from the importers, I J
will pay nlH)e,rcward. J
The party In question may have mistaken other brands of Cigars J
for mine, and the assertion he made that scraps and sweepings are
not fit for high grade Nickel Cigars is correct, and beg to add hereto 9
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 Fmoke, as well as tt doe
about what you eat and drink. :
Try one of my Cigars from your dealer and get the reward if you J
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 Z
a registered Tobacco Manufacturer, and therefore I put up my Cut- J
tings and Scraps (after the dust is abstracted therefrom through a
machine) in packages of 2, 4, 8 arid 1G ounces at 40c. per pound.
My cigar factory is No. 2."9. My tobacco factory is No. 12. 2

Have you tried those delicious Max-

ixe cherries? HO cents per pound, at

Geri g's.

Farmer Light of Reddick is among

the business visitors in town today.

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

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

The CoKiMercia.

OCALA, FLORIDA."

CAPITAL STOCK 350,000.00.
Stale, Counly and City Depository.

Pabst Blue Ribbon Reer, the lest,

purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf

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

SEE '11! fc r'ARM on the Silver Silver-Springs
Springs Silver-Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegttf lei. milk and eggs, tf
For plumbi.tg and electrical work
see II. W. Tucker. Phone 300 i

WOOD
PIIONF 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load lor $1.
Vur rder will hare
n. mediate Attention.

rriRY our Fresh Meat it will
.1 please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
Also fine line of Groceries.
Cari-TtodDiias C. .;
Ocala Florida.

:J. L. SMOAR
At Hmoak'n Wtf Miop-

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L. ALEXABJE

PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND CUILDI.::
Careful Estimates made on a Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More an 1 F tier
Work for the Money than Any Otlu-r
Contrador in the citv.
Woodmen meet Friday c v :



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Annette Mellerman
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NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER

ADMISSION: Children Under 12, 2."c; Adults, 33c.
Shows Commencing 3:30, 5:15,7 and 8:45 P. rVf

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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS!

U. S.. Not U. S. A.
I !;:u- uhit 1 1 1 projtor

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(If you have any items for this department, call 'f-hene Kr)

Thought for the Day
You find yourself refreshed by the
presence of cheerful people. Why not
make earnest effort to confer that
pleasure on others. Lydia Maria
Child.
Mr. W. T. Gary expects to leave to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for Daytona Iieach for a
fortnight visit to his family.

The friends of Mrs. II. W. Tucker

Mrs. C. A. Al.-'.-i
home in ()ca!a.

when vhe mad h

I S It lot C. S A. T'.itTH is I &
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A :Ti- ''if i : 1 1 y :nt i-ptl :!!. iv l.i ?
ft ?' I'riit. .J Sibil's nriii v :md do nt I

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TIRED HOUSEKEEPERS
Should Try the Refreshing Qualities
CI"

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Wedding Announcement
The following rr:i:'.i,nccmiT,t card
has been r reived by the frienUs of
the groom in this city: J
"Mrs. Na.-on Henry Arnold an-'
nouiices the mariiaire of her daughter j
Elizabeth Searle, to Mr. Denjamin '-Seaborn
Seaborn '-Seaborn Weathers, on Thur.-day. the1

I iiir. uli. a laany in:i smfaotur j x
vis iu I'i'i- . i T I" aro Iinilid'u.U tli-ii j
I.: !. ia t!u lnit-d States, j t

::;.. u;i!".. i.-ut. Tin brand f L. S

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jrniy 'Mid. In I'. S" is t!ie lr.iiil
nl.i h iM I put lijH.ii all ;.mk1
.'ii.tt'ii! ;n l:i tliU ui;try. Ailuuy
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IN BOTTLES
Phone Your Grocer for Small Case

eighth of Jul v. one thousand, t ine

will lo gratified to learn that she hundied and lift-.-n, at one hundred'
stood her operation Saturday for ap-and thirty-four Wet Eightieth t!-t.;

jiendiciti.s splendidly and she is on the

After -the VJfV All Hie Purest-

celebration (vy andfixsliestPra

Coiuetous yjfi meajLQiviGS

a&d. tiling

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Blood poisoning is a thinj 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.
Antt-Mbnopoly Drug Store.
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
"WE TARE CARE"

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Our Steaks
1 vsdlLi Are Fine

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road to recovery.
m
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Murray and
Miss Elizabeth Murray returned today
from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. George
MacKay at Lake Weir.
"Will you as a club and each in individual
dividual individual club member do some work
for home economics?" is the initial
appeal in a letter to the Florida Fed Federation
eration Federation from the state home economics
committee, of which Mrs. W. T. Gary
is a member. The letter appeared on
the federation pae in Sunday's
Times-Union.
.
Mrs. W. D. Turnley of Fort Meade,
arrived Saturday niht for a brief
visit to her sister, Mrs. E. T. Helven Helven-ston.
ston. Helven-ston. Mrs. Turnley is en route to
Daytor.a Iieach to visit her brother,
Mr. W. T. Gary and family for the
remainder of the month, after which
she will be the truest of Mrs. Helven Helven-ston
ston Helven-ston who will on the first take pos possession
session possession of the cotapre now occupied by
Mr. and Mrs. Gary for a stay of three
months.

Mrs. Ilelle Mershon has returned
from a visit to relatives at her former

home in Kissimmee.
Miss Bettie Mclver i3 spending to to-nijrht
nijrht to-nijrht in town, coming up from Lake
Weir to see "Neptune's Daughter,"
which is being shown at the Temple.
Otis Green and Bob Chace, mem members
bers members of Camp Muscosco at Lake Weir,
spent the week-end at home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Badger of Old Old-town,
town, Old-town, were out of town visitors at the
Temple this afternoon to witness
"Neptune's Daughter."
The Tuesday auction club meets to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon with Miss Mary
McDowell.
Mr. Gary Turnley of Fort Meade, is
spending a fortnight vacation at Day Daytona
tona Daytona Beach, the guest of the family of
his uncle, Mr. W. T. Gary.
Mrs. E. P. Rentz has returned from
a visit of two weeks to Mr. Rentz and
Mr. Jim Rentz at Glenn.
. Yesterday was the tenth birthday
anniversary of Miss Margaret Gerig,
the bright young daughter of Mr. and

in the City of New York.

Woes of an Author.
"How i.wr hew !'ik mlu2 on

"I'ii-al ;! 'I In ill ni;!lnl isn't
w?i:it il -h'-tiVl U 1 iiit-:uj ;iliinim our-

Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works

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Dues Social

The following program will be ren- j
dered at the "Dues Social" to be held
at the home of Mrs. George W. Mar- j
tin Friday afternoon: J
Instrumental solo, "Military March"!
Virginia Neely. j
Solo, "Colombia Shall be Free." j
Recitation, "Lift a Little" Mary I

Louise Atkison.
Recitation by Irene Ilenderly.
Instrumental solo by Maud Little.

Recitation, "A Case of Charity"'
Jessie Cowdriek.

"Girl's Speech" Franeis Green.
All members are requested to come.
Mrs. R. A. Green has returned from
a visit of several days to Mrs. J. J.
Mendenhall in Clearwater.
Mrs. J. II. Taylor will be hostess to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon to a delightful
party complimenting Miss Margaret
Taylor, who leaves next week for a
tour through the west.
u
Mrs. M. Fishel is visiting her sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. Charles Rheinauer at Lake
Weir.

Mrs. Sanford Jewett entertained at
an informal sewing party in Iakeland
Friday. She was assisted in serving
by her daughter Margaret, and among
the guests present was Mrs. W. I).
Richey, formerly of this city.
Mr. L. R. Chazal and family will
return to their Lake Weir home this
week.
Miss Blair Wood row and guest Miss
Franklin Harvey, returned to Lake
Weir yesterday afternoon.
Miss Martha Blakeney of Little
Rock, Ark., who has been quite ill for
the past few days at the home of her
aunt, Mrs. J. M. Gross, is better today.
.

Unintentionally when mentioning'

the installation of officers of the Iy Iy-thian
thian Iy-thian Sisters Wednesday evening, we
omitted the names of the installing of officer,
ficer, officer, Mrs. Fanny F. Anthony, the rep representative
resentative representative to the meeting of the
Grand Temple next March in Key
West, Mrs. Sarah C. Mitch and the
alternate, Mrs. Emma E. Burnett.
Dr. and Mrs. II. C. Dozier and two

children have returned from a visit of

!i i -,rs Ain!. f iniiri'. if ixni'U-don't i v.iw,r-v. .aaaa. . .........
i..,v ,!... .,.!, th.-r.-s nothing L it for X ' '
This is our
" ly t!i way. I'm rending it j x----wr ,?

. f'.i:il.i li:ll:l mi :l l.v thai

i - - -
r-'iiii'lviiK inivtl from Bradley.
Intty f:.ir story. -CieVelan IMalu
1 K-a Iit.

Earth's Diameter.
The enrtli's greatest diameter la not
neeo.-:irllr at the equator. According
to tin eminent Professor Ilenkey. the
n( tun! urea test diameter I that taken
from i Iu summit of Mount ChimlKV
ra?o. Th Hue drawn from this point
to tlio o;polti si.,, on a ftoint In Su Sumatra
matra Sumatra ive a diameter of 7.029 tulles.
-New York American.

Rubbing It In.
Miss Elderly Tlie Insulting wretch!
lie asked me if I retnemltcred the
dreadfully mid winter of ISTO. Think
f it! Mi Keen Oh. I'm sure he
didn't mean to offend you. dear. He
probably tlldn't know what a bad mem
ory you ba ve. Bton Transcript.

COME TO THE 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
S2 Central avenue, St. Petersburg,
Ha. Mrs. L. P. Butler. 25-tf

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HOFFMAN PRESS

Ma nufacturetl for the pressing of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
av can not wear cr tear. Call and se
It do the vr)ik.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Blain St.

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AUTOMOBILES ON CSEDiT

Do you want to get the latest
model, most popular medium priced
automobile on easy payments? If so
address Box 161, Ocala, Fla. 1-m.
A new line of high gradestationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Gerig's. tf.

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

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

t t t ci .1 1 :

.uis. . oer.g. one ami tier pare .u. a wpek tf Mrs j. U. Spencer at Has
l '1 1 A 1 1 T I 11T 1

spent, me ay at, ineir iihe veir

We justly claim that our
steaks are the best that can be
bought for the price.
This may not convince you.
But we feel sure that a trial
will do so.
Step in personally and let us
show you how we do business

on the fair and square basis.

W. H. MARSH'S MARKET
PHONE 108
Next to 0. K. Grocery Ocala, Fla,

home and in the afternoon Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret was the honoree of a boating
party aboard the "Margaret." Mr.
and Mrs. Gerig's guests on this oc

casion were half dozen young friends
of their daughter.
Mrs. E. J. Mills-Price and interest interesting
ing interesting little daughter Hope, who have
been enjoying an extended visit to the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. K.
Robinson, will sail Thursday from
Jacksonville for New York en route
to their home in Boston.
Mrs. II. A. Fausett and Miss Ruby
Fausett leave Wednesday for JefTer JefTer-sonville,
sonville, JefTer-sonville, Ind., to spend the remainder
of the summer with the former's son,
Mr. Harry Fausett and family.

Mr? Thil Robinson came

Inverness for a week-end
home.

sey Island.

V. K. Ine, M. T.. TnyMrian und
Surgeon, sct;Ust I!ye, Knr, N
dnd TIih.hU Law library liuildlit.
Ocala, Fla.

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

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up from
visit at

- 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 t-i-..t 160
deed records and 43 mortgage records and 50 of miscellanocjs 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 kr.ows
that he has got it all.
t
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.

fiorida title and abstract corporation

ocala, fia.

Mr. W. B. Gallagher has gone to
Tampa to visit Dr. and Mrs. A. C.
Hamblin for a few days, going espe especially
cially especially to attend the Letton-IIamblin

wedding Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Thomas' and

children and Mr. Thomas sister, Mrs.

E. I). Nail and two daughters of North
Carolina, spent yesterday in Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, motoring up in the Thomas car.

Mrs. E. D. Nail and Misses Ruth

and Marion Nail, who have leen l

guests of the former's brother, Mr.
A. T. Thomas and family for several
weeks, will leave tomorrow for their
home in Sanford, N. C. Mr. Thomas
will accompany his sister as far as
Jacksonville.
Miss Blanch Whaley returned this
morning from a week-end visit to
Miss Elizabeth Davis at Lake Weir.
Miss Theo Beckham is spending a
few days at Iike Weir, the guest of
Miss Meme Davis.
Mrs. H. J. Drane was the charming

hostess to an informal party given for
her mother, Mrs. W. M. Boswell, on
the occasion of the latter's birthday.
Only her most intimate friends were

invited and the afternoon was spent in
pleasant conversation. Lakeland
Star..
Mrs. Boswell is delightfully known
here, having frequently visited her
daughter, Mrs. Stewart, formerly

The reading club will meet tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon at 4' o'clock with Mrs.
G. T. Maughs.
Mrs. Sylvan McElroy and handsome
young son of Orlando are guests of
Mrs. McElroy's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Dozier.
Mrs. G. K. Williams is convalescing
from an illness of several days with
tonsilitis.
The various sewing circles held
their weekly meetings this afternoon,
the gatherings being delightfully in informal
formal informal and greatly enjoyed by the

members. .Mrs. t. .Martin was
hostess to the Methodist, Mrs. J. II.

Taylor the Presbyterian and the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist met at the church.
In spite of the terrible condition of
a portion of the road between Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view and North I.ake, the usual num number
ber number of motorists had Iake Weir for
their destination yesterday.
Miss Beulah Holly of Conner left
Monday afternoon for Atlanta, where
she will visit her brother. W. G.

Holly.

Mrs. W. C. Baulknight will leave
next week for Atlanta where she will
spend the next four weeks with her
sister, Mrs. S. F. Jackson, and her
nephew, W. F. Winecoff. On her re return
turn return home her daughter. Miss Ielia,
will leave for Virginia, where she
will stay until early winter visiting
friends. Archer notes in Gainesville
Sun.
Mrs. Baulknight H well known in
Ocala where she visits her daughter,
Mrs. Edward Drake.

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Automobiles carried.

For reservations, tickets, etc.
Address

IL C. AVERY, AGENT
Jacksonville, Fla.
Flush Your Blood 1
Get it Cleansed

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THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY "BELIEVE" IN OUR
JEWELRY STORE FOR JUST ONE BIG REASON WE HAVE
-NEVER DECEIVED A CUSTOMER.
WE HAVE BUILT UP OUR BUSINESS, FIRST, BY CARRYING
ONLY JEWELRY AND JEWELRY STORE THINGS WE KNOW
TO BE SUPERB FN QUALITY AND CORRECT IN STYLE, AND
SECONDLY. BY ASKING FOR THEM ONLY A REASONABLE
PRICE.
WE MAKF UALITY9 RIGHT: THEN THE PRICE- RIGHT:
A. E. BURNETT
OCflLB'S RELIABLE JEWELER

UOi BE DS PUKE i

Nature and science combine to make it. so. Every precaution ia taken to
protect it from contamination while it gors through the prooesaea which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and R'sfactory service go wjth this good ice of mirs. Let cs
have your custom- -we deserve it.
Ocala Ice & Packing Co,

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Remarkable Remedy That
Works AH Through
Your Body.

L. L. Parks, attorney, departed yes yesterday
terday yesterday for Ocala, where business will
detain him for the present. St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Times.

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"Carter's Delicious slice cake is
sold by all the leading grocers. Ask
for it. Eight ounces for 10c. tf

Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EUBALMFRS
PHONES 47, 104, 305
OCALA, FLORIDA

Whn you put a tatl-poonf ul of S.
F. into your Kt'.rna h It ret straight
Into your M I. In l-is than five ml n-
ut-.H it lias b- rn? a wave of restora restorative
tive restorative influt-n vh r-ver th Lloo.J has
irt ulnfl. thi rtal lik- m?l-?
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!i.t rloriL' the mliiinul -fT-t t.-f S. S.
Th- liv r tan rit hum It. Th luni;i.
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1. o.unt-1. -.-s ir-rm that Iuvp infft-tl every part
of th b-ly. An-l as S. S. S. continues to
l..itt'. tl.? troubl-sm i-!ts that
K ithtr In the f.rm -f pimple, boil, rv rv-z
z rv-z t!! i, B'-n. catarrh, rheumatism nI
'thr Fo-falleI blool .ll.-i'.r lers. it rous-
into art ion a myrial of strar. but well-

uti'lrst"K cor ji;.cl s c-ulll lut-ncy t-s

that ntt;.':!ly 'vour or charire or con convert
vert convert JiH-r:se pfrnn f th'-y ar realily

im.l ouirklv rast out rt th bly. It is

.rol:illy the best airr-riato.i Mcm.J
Tr.-.!t in- Ttnowrt Yu will fin-1 S. S. S. -ri

c 1 1 f in narly every drui? tre In th
1". Get a bottle to.iay. An l If your
case Is peculiar, writ to the M-li-al
Per-artment, The Swift Specific o., 103
Swift IMg-.. Atlanta. Oa. It U Coi Coi-JuctcJ
JuctcJ Coi-JuctcJ by a noted I'hysiclan.

TAMPA and

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TRIP

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Tickets Fold for all regular trains good to return to and including

JULY 22nd. 1913.

Leave Orala
- 1:30 A.M. 1:17 P.M. 4:30 P.M.
(4:H0 train only for Tampa.)
(I. Z. PHILLIPS, A. C. P. A. JOHN IJOISSEAU, C T.
Jacksonville. Fla. Ocala, Fla.

WHEN GOING

NORTH, EAST or ESU
See That Your Ticket Reads
VIA

ATLANTBC AST LOPEI
STAXDAItD lLILP.OAD OF THE SOUTH
M. IL WILLIAMS, J. G. KIRKLAND.
Ticket Agent, Ocal3, Fla. D. P. A, Tampa, 11 x.



OCALA EVENING STAR MONDAY. JULY 12. 1913

FOUR
BASEBALL OUTLOOK
FOR THE WEEK
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OCALA OCCURENCES

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K. of P. meet tonight.

Elks meet tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
Mr. Luther Mershon was a visitor
to Kissimmee last week.

The Woodmen had a live meeting
Friday night and received two appli applications
cations applications for membership.

A full line of loose leaf ledgers,
note books and memorandums al always
ways always on hand at Gerig's. tf

Mr. A. T. Thomas and A. T.
Thomas, Jr. spent today at Dannellon
transacting business.
"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is
made clean, sold clean and delivered
clean. Ask your grocer for Carter's
cake. tf

Mr. Jim Rentz will return from
Glenn this week where he has been
assisting his father, Mr. E. P. Rentz,
since Thanksgiving.

Houses for rent on Daugherty

street, all modern conveniences. Ap
ply to A. G. Gates at Gates' Gar
age. 15-tf

Rt. Rev. Cameron Mann, Episcopal

bishop of Southern Florida, has pur purchased
chased purchased a Dodge car, which he will
use in making many of his visitations.

CV XM&T TZXJiL

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Ocala expects the Leesburg nine
here for a game next Thursday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Leesburg has been playing in
a Lake county league, and has made
a good showing. The team is a good
one, and a first-rate game may be ex

pected.
It is possible that the Ocala team
will play its first game off its own
iiamond this season in Gainesville,
Friday, as there is a prospect that it

will go to the University City for a
return game on that date. Ocala put
it all over Gainesville the last time
the two teams met, and of course
Gainesville will do its best to get
even on this occasion, so if. the Ocala
fans want to see a strenuous game
they should go along in force to root
for the home team.
It is about settled that Ocala will
visit Clearwater next week, in which
case the members of the team and
friends who will accompany them will

have a good time as well as see some
good games.

All things considered, we are hav having
ing having a good baseball summer.

Mr. J. D. Marlin, one of our enter enterprising
prising enterprising traveling men, who spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday with his wife and little daughter
in Ocala, reports business good and
crops splendid in North Florida and
South Georgia, where he has been
selling goods for the last three weeks.

Sam Washington, who runs a car
for hire, had the misfortune to ose
his auto last night. While on a trip
down south last week, Sam's car lost
a wheel, and he left it by the road
near Lake Weir. Last night, some one
set fire to the car, a Hudson six, and
it was almost destroyed.

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.

83 72 .24

88
91
95
90
90
94

July 8 93
July 9 88

July 10 92
Julv 11 89

Local Forecast
Generally fair tonight and Tuesday
except probably showers Tuesday in
north portion.

July
July
July
July
July
July
July

1
2
3
4
5
5
7

72
70
70
72
73
72
73
71
71
71
72

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LIGHT ON COUNTY DIVISION

'NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER"
AT THE TEMPLE

Fire Chief H. S. Chambers, who
spent Sunday with his family at the
lake, arose early this morning and
pulled in a bunch of fine fish, some
of which he brought to his friends in
town. Plenty of fish in Lake Weir
now.

Judge W. S. Bullock returned today
from an over-night visit to Palatka,
going up to attend to some repair
work to be done on his houseboat, the
Wekiwa, which was taken there from
Wekiwa Springs last week by Messrs.
Frank Mathews and William Bullock.

Mclver & MacKay today shipped
the body of Mr. John Hafner to his
old home in Smithport, where it will
be laid to rest. Mr. and Mrs. Adam
Hafner accompanied the body. They
have the sincere sympathy of their
Florida friends.

The Star feels sorry for the Ocala
policemen, who have to remain wrap wrapped
ped wrapped up in their heavy coats while on
duty during this hot weather. The
writer spent the summer a number of
years ago in a western town where
the police were allowed to dispense
with their coats in hot weather. The
police department thought that their
caps, badges and belts were uniform
enough; the cops were comfortable
and did their duty as well as tho they
had been swaddled to the ears in
coats. Why shouldn't Ocala's police
be allowed to do the same way?

The above-named extra fine feature
will be at the Temple this evening,
and it is one of the things movie fans
can't afford to miss. The Star judges
by the comments it has seen on it in
the press that it is one of the most

Erorereous pictures ever put on the

road.
Mr. Bennett was considerably an annoyed
noyed annoyed when the A. C. L. train came
in Saturday afternoon to find that the,
reels for his afternoon and evening
performance were not on board. He
put on his Friday night reels for the
matinee, and taking an auto hit the
pike for Gainesville, in hopes to ob obtain
tain obtain the missing reels and return in
time for the evening show. At Mic Mic-anopy,
anopy, Mic-anopy, he met a man from the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville theater with the necessary films,
and returning reached Ocala before 7
o'clock. All this trouble and expense
to both theaters was caused by a boy's
carelessness.

ANNUAL BARBECUE AT OXFORD

The annual barbecue at Oxford 'will
be held on the first Saturday in Aug August,
ust, August, being the 7th day of the month.
Arrangements will be made to feed
everybody on good old Florida bar barbecued
becued barbecued beef. Cold drinks and ice
cream will be on hand all day. Every
effort possible will be made for social
entertainment. Everybody invited to
come and bring their friends. We will
do all we can to make the day pleas pleasant
ant pleasant and profitable for you.
Signed: F. M. Hammons, R. M.
Driggers, I. P. Rainey, R. P. Bowman,
L. R. Lee, J. B. Baldron, S. C. Car Car-uthers,
uthers, Car-uthers, Committee in Charge.

CONGRESSMAN SPARKMAN
WILL VISIT PACIFIC COAST

SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes tht
Merchant's Cafe every day writ!
fresh vegetr :los. milk and eggs, tf

DAVID LLOYD GEORGE
IS A DRIVER

Under His Direction Manufacture of
Ammunition has. Immensely
Increased
London, July 2 (Correspondence of
the Associated Press) David Lloyd
George, minister of munitions, has
proved himself a man of "push and
go" in his new office. The hustle that
pervades the new department would
do credit to an American business
firm. During the first week of its ex existence
istence existence it opened 400 local bureaus for
recruiting munitions workers; set up
a large central staff; wrote and plac placed
ed placed eighty full-page newspaper adver advertisements;
tisements; advertisements; issued 2,000,000 posters
and leaflets; and organized other
plans 'for pushing munitions work in
every section of the country.
The home of the department, in

"White Hall Gardens, has been built up
around it while at work. Carpenters
were still setting up walls and par

titions around the officials at the end
of the first week, and a number of
typewriters and stenographers were
temporarily accommodated in a bath bathroom.
room. bathroom. Lloyd George and the members
of his personal staff worked sixteen
hours a day. Within three days the
returns from their nation-wide cam campaign
paign campaign for munitions laborers was
found to be in excess of all expectations.

Will Glean Information that will be

( TTspflll in hi3 rnmmiftoo

Work
Congressman S. M. Sparkman
leaves tonight for a trip that will take
him to Chicago, the Pacific coast, and
may mean a return through Texas or
perhaps a trip through the Panama
canal. He will be absent from Tampa
for six weeks or two months on tho
trip, which is in the main a tour of
inspection by the rivers and harbors
committee of Congress of certain
great works in the state of Califor

nia, made on the express invitation of
that state, given through the legisla legislature.
ture. legislature. His son, Curtis Sparkman, will
accompany him. He is private secre secretary
tary secretary to Congressman Sparkman and
is always with him on trips of the
rivers and harbors committee. Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune.

The latest Columbia phonograph re

cords are now to be had at the Ocala

Loan and Pawn Office at greatly re

duced prices. Many entirely new songs,

dialogues, etc., just in. "Why Pay
More?" 9 ft

Try one of those frosted pints of

Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf

Have you tried those delicious Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
Gerig's. tf.

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

A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Gerig's. tf.

VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
For plumbLig and electrical work
see II. W. Tucker. Phone 300 af

Editor Star: If county division is a

real good proposition for our neigh

bors living in the proposed new Blox

ham county, let us help them get it.
If the creation of Bloxham county

will hurt our neighbors let us do our
best to show them the hurt there is in
the proposed plan. Above all, let us
be honest and truthful in all of our
actions in this matter.
I, having aided in the creation of

Bay, Seminole and Pinellas counties,
and aided in the defeat of others,
favor new counties when the popula population
tion population and assessed wealth will guar

antee successful county administra administration,
tion, administration, and am opposed to new counties
where the hardships connected there therewith
with therewith will outweigh benefits received,
having given this class of legislation
much study, I beg of the voters in the
proposed new county to carefully and
honestly consider the true facts in this
case.
I beg of you, good people, in the
proposed new county not to take
Judge Willis' word against county
division, nor Attorney Duval's, nor
Alfred Ayer's, nor Mr. Crosby's nor
my own word. Nor for county divis division,
ion, division, Senator Blitch, Jasper Willis,

Sheldon Phillips nor any others, but
accept the proposition Mr. Ayer put
to the county divisionists at the Flem Flem-ington
ington Flem-ington picnic, namely: To have a com committee
mittee committee of reputable men meet in
Ocala, go over the assessor's books
and find out the total assessments in
Marion county that will po to Blox Bloxham
ham Bloxham county, at present millage, find
out the available funds the new coun county
ty county would get from the portion taken
from Marion. Then all make oath as
to their findings. A committee to do
likewise with the portion of Levy
county that would go to Bloxham;
then the true facts would be shown to
the taxpayers of the proposed new
Bloxham county, truly proving if- it
would be, or would not be best.
The published statements of the
advocates for county division have
said the assessed wealth of the pro proposed
posed proposed county would take from Marion
nearly $1,200,000. Mr. Ayer, our tax
assessor, in a letter to our county pa papers,
pers, papers, says not including railroad
wealth it would be about $500,000.
The statement of the Levy tax as assessor
sessor assessor made before the Senate com committee
mittee committee says the portion taken from
Levy county to go to the new county
is much larger than the county divis division
ion division advocates publish' it would be.
County division advocates and our as assessor's
sessor's assessor's figures on assessed wealth do
not agree.
Voters in the proposed new county
should be rightly informed. That is
why Mr. Ayer made the proposition
he did to the division advocates.
At Fellowship there was a strong
expression from the voters for the
true facts connected with county divis division.
ion. division. At Flemington, the cry was,
"Give us the truth! So we, the voters,
may be better informed as to how to
vote on this matter."
I, with such facts as I have secur secured,
ed, secured, believe with all the power of my
soul that the creation of Bloxham
county will hurt nine out of every ten
of the taxpayers in the new county;
and not wishing the people among
whom I have been living for the last
thirty years to be harmed, I beg of
you to insist oh knowing the truth and
the whole truth and let these good
people in their calm moments solve
this proposition.
I will give, if the county papers
permit me, a number of articles tell telling
ing telling why I believe the creation of
Bloxham county will hurt nine out of

every ten persons living therein and
for every statement I make my au authority
thority authority will be given, and I shall in
no way try to mislead or deceive a
single person.
Again I say, if the nevf county is a
good thing, give it to thera; if it is
hurtful, do all you can to prevent the
law. L. S. Light.

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

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

W. K. Lane, M. T), TnyMclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla,

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

A-

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SCENE FROM "NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER'
TEMPLE THEATER TONIGHT

ANCIENT WRITING.

!

Nonchalant Shaw.
Archibald Henderson tells the story
that when William T. Stead was plan-

Th History of Man Began When an! Blng to get together some of the great

men of Euroje and make a world toui

Alphabet Wat Devised

Terhaps the most valuable Inren
tion after the making of language
was that of writing, sa js a writer In j
"Student's Investigations." Picture Picture-writing
writing Picture-writing was the first used by priml i
tlve men. such as was and still I used
by the Indian tribes of fLe new world.
The characters in this system of writ-'

Ing were pictures of objects very crude

In art. as for Instance the picture of

In the Interests of peace he asked
George Bernard Shaw to Join tbe com company
pany company and received the reply:
If you care to bring a collection of
rulers to my quarters In AdelphI ter terrace
race terrace I shall In? very glad to receive
thetn some morning.'

During the Solos.
"What n very light voice tbe soprano

the eje. to Indicate the organ of sight, j lias"'

and thpn nmin svmltoln fur td:w wpro

drawn, such as a picture of an arc.
representing the sky and wavy lines
beneath, thus Indicating rain. This
system of representing ideas and ol ol-Jects,
Jects, ol-Jects, which Is the most natural to
man. Is known as Ideographic, and the
signs are called Ideograms.
When the picture writer used sym symbols
bols symbols to represent the sounds of flic
human voice that Is. words and not
objects or ideas he took a great step

In perfecting the system of writing

-Yes. it's much too light."

-Eh! How sor
"Why, the women In the boxes dont
feel free to talk ns they usually do.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.

Too Much For One Boy.
Mother Hobble. I'm ashamed of you.
Toil are the oldest and ought to be an
example to Raymond and Archie. Bob Bobble
ble Bobble Well. I'll be nn example to Hay.
but I won't Ik an example to liotu of

mi IImv's got to le It for Archie.

When symbols are used to represent I Transcript

words the Ideogram becomes a phono- i
gram, and the writing Is called pho- j Diarrhoea Quickly Cured
netlc or sound writing The Dabylonl- J
ans and Assyrians used characters to I "About two years ago I had a se se-represent
represent se-represent syllables Instead of words, jvcre attack of diarrhoea which lasted

thus reducing the number of signs
used In their writing to a few hun-

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

Buford, N. D. "I became so weak that

dred. When characters or symbols ; j CfUjM not stand rf ht- A druist

:: ri S recommended Chamberlain's Colic.

Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The

are called syllabic phonograms, and a

collection of such signs Is called a syl syllabary.
labary. syllabary. But still this system was clumsy,
and a final step was taken In the mak making
ing making of an alphabet, the symbols being
used to represent elementary sound

of the human voice Instead of sylla

bles

first dose relieved me and within two
days I was as well as ever." Obtain Obtainable
able Obtainable everywhere. Adv.

Real Weak Point
Wen, for the mo3t part have more

The svmlKIs then i,ecame true ; tood idoal3 than xby are capable of

letters, n eoflortion of which is cailrvl l8mS- The weak jHii:t in people la

the nlphnliet. the writing nlpbnlict ,ni 111 Uvtr k'w' 'e and

When niiil where the first nlphalet

was made I not known, but several

:ivil nor In thxlr rsirs to be good,

ut iii tht-'.r w'Mr. Uo v. eak to realize

Semitic trills were In possession of he hm-nus t b i'ual nature,
an alphabet as early as the ninth con- ;

tury B C. It may truthfully le said

that the history of man legins here,
for without an alphabet records, dates,
names ami events could not have leen
recorded and preserved for us.

Traveling Man's Experience

MINIATURE TREES.

UH'" ui.n..iiu.e.i.e uiuceu. 1.11 t f. H:rprt:ftnl nfi .nt tn Kl1n

did not allow tht irto- ua .o a 'tX

where-

Adv.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS

"In the summer of 1888 I had a very
revere r.ttack of cholera morbus. Two
physicians worked over me from four
a. m. to (i p. m. without giving me any
relief end then told me they did not
.expect me to live: that I had best tele-

graph for my family. Instead of doing
6implo Plan by Which Plants May Be i so, I gave the hotel porter fifty cents
Dwarfed tn the Growing. and told him to buy me a bottle of
For many centuries the Japanese Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
bare, closely guarded the ret ol Diarrhoea Remedy, and take no sub-

til recently they

trees to Ik- taken out or the couuiry the next morning I was called by my
wealthy eople "keep them as ail! order and took a train for my next
treasurers Now. in America, dwarf stopping point, a well man but feel feel-trees
trees feel-trees briiii ii giMKl price ami are use i Ing rather shaky from the severity of
as house plants ami table decorations the attack," writes If. W. Ireland,

Bv follow!:!-' the i-I in here desi-ribet: i ; ". inainauie every-

almost any one can raise diminutive
trees with little trouble.
Get a few large, thick skinnet
oranges and halve them. Kem;ve thf
pulp and cover the outside of th
skins with thick shellac. That wll
keep the skins from shriveling Fill
the skins with fine, rich soil, and plant
therein a sed of whatever tree yot
wish to rais? or nit her two or three
seeds, to insure at least one good sK"ci
men.
Make a stand of some kind so thai
the growing tree can be kept In hi
upright position and set the plant
where they will get plenty of sun. but
do not keep them in a room that If
likely to lecome overheated. Wate?
them regularly, but not too profusely
After a time the roots will be;rin tc
come through the orange ieel Wher
that hapiH'iis cut the roots oCT tlust
with the outer surface of the orangt
peel, but be careful not To injure the
film of shellac.
It Is the cutting of the roots that
stunts the plants. When the tree has
reached maturity you can transfer It
to a more attractive holder. Con If en
such as cedars, pines and eryptomerlaf
can le readily stuntfd: so also -ac
other evergreens, as Ilex and Citru?
trifollata. Some dwarf e-edars have
been known to live more than Tn(
years Fruit trees, such as the orange
and plum, blossom and bear perfec
fruit Youth's Companion.

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

' LOST A brown and white bulldog
; PuPpy named Jack. A suitable reward
will be given for its return to W. II.
; Marsh at Marsh's Market 10-Ct

FOUND A pair of chauffeur'3 gog gog-;
; gog-; gles. Finder may have same by call call-,
, call-, ing at this office and paying reward
; and expenses. 8-Ct

Are troul I with Ih-? -.: ucV-.-, --Vy rV; .-jp---. snJ wnlnrTJ cf pi
and distrc r:nf I i ic i.vTv.; li.ee y:. i..v. ... -,cri throughout body and
limbs. i. : i cr :... r.c' : c ux: ..j;.it-J by Laci.ache cr

!'.. v. Tin i.xnl t' .i:Jc:S cr.d Ir.'1;

lition. it there

headache r r 1 :

is any, sbou'J I- tr.a.c 1 v.-.tii Di. i .ercc's Lction IsUcU. Tliea the

nervous SjsUm i.z.d !h? tri!:? v.oirrjy ir-alep Iccls ths tonic effect cf

rt r

w ri

Take th?3 Fn iinulr? cr a!ct fr.rm zrd be a wo woman! I

Mrs. Eva 1 vk' r f O 'fi CJ.. 1 .: r...v N. Y tiy 'I hav? 1 In a r: -.4n Dt fj
lit;l IvT 5 '.va! farv 1 Ir-;7i;.. r- --iU:.- i-K C i"rvat teal t.t r j' Cwrt4 J V"
rT.'-. ltncUul v .;... .-. rt itikJ.t'T.Ca t at !'-.. t ... j ,. A

been in ujnc t.tre. 1 'j'!.. n ".r. cr..l t ii-rw.: la rv I' Jr C O
wor.an in neeJof a tor.K." u.' v .'L Fi-rre, C j'c, K. T. tj .r r r m
r r?.- c i:t U v Qia?i;:CC'i

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NEW YORK AND RETURN

VIA.

CLY

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ILfllr l ti

Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.

' I I I lv I- I Ml'.l I I I I-" ( I1M1 -V-V" Clllf

FINAL KETUKN LIMIT OCTOI.ER 31st.
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G.WENZEL Florida passenger agent
Ticket OfTice, Tier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
CHEAP EXCURSION
VIA

SOUTHERN RAJQLWA

Premier Carrier of thi South

TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1915
ROUND TRIP KATES FROM
JACKSONVILLE
TO
AT LANTA $6.00 MACON $4.00
COLUMBIA $5.50
Tickets limited to reach Jacksonville, returning rot later than rnld rnld-nipht
nipht rnld-nipht Aufrut 2nd, and are prood on tny rejrular train within IWnit.
Excursion train will leave Jacksonville for Macon and Atlanta 0:Z0
a. m. and for Columbia 0:40 a. m.. JULY 27th.
Throuph conches and pullman service. Special train?.
City Ticket Office Cor. Forsythe andlloan Sts. Jack?onUlIe. Fla.
Phone No. DELL 713 and 4011 AUTOMATIC M 174.1
F. II. PINSON, T. P. A. G. R. PITTTIT. 1). P. A.,
Tampa, Florida. Jacksonville. Florida.

r

PIANO FOR SALE J. & G. Fisher
, instrument, with ivory keys; in thor thor-'
' thor-' ouirhly jrood condition; cheap for
ca.h or on oay payment plan. E. C.
Jordan &" Company, 223 W. Broad Broadway.
way. Broadway. Phone 10. 7-fit

Grenite nd Water.
A coat made of jrranlte. whi!e per
hnjs nt tlu most comfortable artlcli
of wenrinu ;ipp:inl altliouh ranlK
lu thin slitfts U tSxibk mlht It
tbouht to Ih storm prof. yet cr.initt
will :ilsorti :i i-nnsMrnibl" nuxiuiit ol
molturi IT a -::!ic yard of ratdtt
that bad !(:! foinpU'tt-ly dried out
were iinnicr-i 1 hi j-i-.n v;:t'r it would,
according t.i t!i I'niJrd St-ts t'eo'oj t'eo'oj-Icai
Icai t'eo'oj-Icai survey, tifur sl-rt time take nr.
four a lilon tif riti r
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 Fay that I never
used anything that did me so much
pood." Edward Craft, Elba, N. Y. j
Obtainable everywhere. Adv. j

barter s Ueucious slice cake is
sold by all the leading pfocers. Ask
for it. Eight ounces for 10c. tf

, FOR SALE Young mare, 7 to 8
years old, pood saddle horse, works
double or sinple; five head young milk
cows and two calves; washing ma machine;
chine; machine; five acres of corn ground.
Reasonable price. Address Box C2,
Belleview, Fla. 7-7-Ct
j
WANTED A first class turpentine
woodsman, married but without chil chil-'dren.
'dren. chil-'dren. Must le strictly sober and a
j hustler, willing to work for small sal sal-jary.
jary. sal-jary. Apply Fairfield Naval Stores Co.,
Fairfield, Fla. 28-12t

i FOR RENT Five-room cottage with
i modern conveniences, gas, electricity,
j baths, etc. Apply to Mrs. Jake Brown,
j North Tuscawilla street, or phone
i 1C2. 2r.-tf

g.-j Li-ijj
If j

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17 New features in the
1915 Maxwell
The biggest automobile
value ever offered for less
than $1,000.
Powerful, fast, silent and
smooth running. A superb,
fully equipped, real 5-passen-ger
family automobile.
- A car with a real high tension
magneto, sliding gear traxumu traxumu-eion,
eion, traxumu-eion, left hand drive, center
control, anti-skid tires on rear,
in fact it has
Practically all the high
priced features of
high priced cars.
Come and let us take you rid rid-ing
ing rid-ing in the new 1915 MaxwelL
Holds the road at 50 miles an hoar.
With Electric Starter and
Electric Lights $55 extra.

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R. R. CARROLL

AGENT FOR HI RI0N COUNrV
OCALA, FLORIDA

FOR RENT i located and n!cel
furnished room3 in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
nousek?eping. Inquire at the Co
lonial. 7-tf
ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with board at special sum
mer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-lmo.

White Star Line Transfer Co.
I Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Uanlinfj
? PHONE 29G

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Parkin;?, .Slorin, Shipping of PreishU Fnrnilure, Pianos and Safc.
Bajfase Service the IcsL
We Sell HEAVER BOARD Superior fa Plaster or Cellin- in
Quality and Price INVESTIGATE.

COLLIER BROS., Propriclcrs.

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