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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE

VOL. 21. OOALA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1915 n0. 164
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
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Austro-Hungarians Seem to be
Another Onset

FRENCH AND GERMANS ON
London, July 13. Contradictory re reports
ports reports continue regarding Teutonic re reverses
verses reverses at Krasnik, in Southern Po Poland;
land; Poland; some even claiming the Teutons
contemplate a general retreat. Field
Marshal con McKenzen's silence deep-J
ens the mystery. Petrograd believes
that MacKenzen fears his flank may
be exposed, while the Austrians are on
the defensive but some London obser observers
vers observers fear that a Teutonic coup is in
process of fomation.
TEUTONS MAY HAVE
TROOPS
SHIFTED
The attacks of the Germans upon I

Souchez may indicate the arrival ofUaPers characterize the German note
German reinforcements, but there isjas an insuit to tho United States and
no proof of a concerted offensive in say il is a victory for the militarist
either side of this front. party in Germany.

RUSSIA
FORTIFYING
ROUMANIA
AGAINST
It is reported that Germany and
Austro Hungary are offering Rumania
territory for preserving neutrality.
Russia which has been making a sim similar
ilar similar offer is said to be fortifying its
Rumanian border as a matter of pre precaution.
caution. precaution. BIDDING FOR BULGARIA
Bulgaria and Turkey are reported
deadlocked in negotiations, because
Bulgaria refused to promise anything
more to preserve neutrality in return
for territorial compensation.
ATHENS REPORTS SUCCESS FOR j
THE ALLIES
An Athens dispatch says that after
mother serious battle the Allies right
wing has advanced two hundred yards
on the Gallipoli Peninsula, and the
bombardment of the interior forts of
the Dardanelles continues.
STRUGGLING FOR SOUCHEZ
Berlin" officially announces further
gains in the Souchez cemetery. The
French declare they repulsed a vio violent
lent violent German attack in the Labyrinth.
FIGHTING RENEWED ON
EASTERN FRONT
THE
London, July 13. Petrograd re reports
ports reports this afternoon show Teutonic
activity in the east and say that
Mackensen has been strongly rein reinforced
forced reinforced and will soon resume opera operations.
tions. operations. Fighting is now reported along
the East Prussian front, north of
Warsaw, on the Dniester and in other
sections.
FIGHTING LINES SWAY BACK
AND FORTH
London, July 13. Heavy fighting
was reported yesterday afternoon on
several sections of the French front.
The Germans have recaptured the
i-pmeterv of Souchez: also a French

position along the 500-yard front near!hotel yesterday

Altkirch, the Germans later retiring
from the latter position. The French
report repulsing the Germans in the
Woevre region. The Germans con concede
cede concede that the French penetrated their
line near Cambrai, but were later
driven out.
The battle was one of the most se se-A'ere
A'ere se-A'ere of the war, the- position being
taken after gas attacks and hand to
hand fighting. The French admit their
loss, but say they are fighting to re-
gain it. The French have been tight-
ening their grip on Souchez and the
Germans are aware that the capture
would be an important step in the
French offensive toward Lens and
Lille, launched a terrific stroke and
took the cemetery and 150 prisoners.
T Fighting in the western edge of -the
town continues.
'There has also been some recent
activity on other parts of the western
front- The Germans claim they de destroyed
stroyed destroyed the British position on Hill
QO near Ypres.
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
826 Central avenue, St. Petersburg,
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THE WESIERN LIIIE CONTEST
(Associated Press)
m i
RUSSIANS
Apprc
HUllLL
IN CONSIDERING THE TONE OF
GERMAN NOTE INSULTING
(Associated I'ress)
Petrograd, July 10. Russian news-
JOSEPH AUSTIN HOLMES
One of America's Mot Distinguished
Scientists, is Dead
( Associated I're.-.-)
Denver, July 13. Joseph Austin

Ilolmes, director cf the federal bureau I bratcd by Bishop Thomas F. Ilickey,
of mines st Washington, a widely j of Rochester.
known geologist and a native of South j Long before the services opened the
Carolina, died here this morning of j street in front of the cathedral was
tuberculosis. j crowded. The body of the archbishop,
Hblmes is accredited vith being the j clad in full Episcopal vestments, rest rest-originator
originator rest-originator of the safety first move-jfd on a catalfalque in the chancel. At
ment. i the conclusion of the mass the pall

BENEDICT CONDEMMED
ATTACK ON BELGIUM
(Associated I'rt's--)

raris, juiy i-.-.v ijumc n,naicnipanied ,,y ijisnop Hickey and other

says me papai secretary mis given
the Uelgian minister a letter, saym
the German violation of Belgian neu
trality is among the acts v.h'u h the j
.
Pope condemned in his consistorial al-,'
, x. T I
locution of January 2-nd. j
BROKE HIS RO.D
Pascual Orozco, Mexican Fireeater, j
Violated His Pledge
(Associated Press)
1 Paso, July 13. roseual Orco j
failed to appear in federal co-t yes-
terday to answer to charges of con-
spiracy to violate unitea states neu
trality, and h?s bond was forfeited.
Four Mexicans, similarly charged,
were held for the federal grand jury.
INJUNCTIONS SET ASIDE
State Board of Control Can Go On
With Its Work
Jacksonville, July 13. The
State
Board of Control and the Plant Board,
which are composed of the same mem membership,
bership, membership, were in session in the Mason
Several matters
were brought up with regard to the
Plant Board's work, includin sr a tele
gram for the body's attorney in Dade
vo flrf Viof fVi frt,i- I
jui.vt.uii inuuuii auntb iuu x iuiu j
Board to prevent certain rules re!a-
tive to the eradication of the citrus
canker had been dissolved by the
court.
Upon the recommendation of Prof.
P. H. Ro:fs, Miss Myrtle Warren, of
DeFuniak Springs, was appointed a-
distant state agent for the girls' can-
ning clubs
The dissolution of the four injunc injunctions
tions injunctions in Dade county means much to
the board in its vigorous fight again rt
the canker. The board is taking every
precaution and making every effort to
stamp out the disease.
The dual board consists of Chair Chairman
man Chairman P. K. Yonge, of Pensacola; Sec Secretary
retary Secretary J. G. Kellum, of Tallahassee;
E. L. Wartmann of Citra; W. D. Fin Fin-layson,
layson, Fin-layson, of Old Town; F. E. -Jennings
of this city, and T. B. King of Arcad Arcadia.
ia. Arcadia. 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.

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Preparing for
THE GROUND FOOT BY FOOT
GIVE OP THEIR GOLD
BRITISH FOR WAR PURPOSES
RAISE THREE BILLIONS
( Associated Press)
London, July 13. It is officially an announced
nounced announced that the subscriptions to the
British war loan have reached a total
of almost three billion dollars.
CHURCHMAN BURIED
IN CHICAGO
Remains of Archbishop Quigley Laid
to Rest
Rochester, N. Y., July 13. Funeral
services for James Edward Quigley,
Catholic archbishop of Chicago, who
died here Sunday, were held yester yesterday
day yesterday in St. Patrick's cathedral where a
pontificial mass or requiem was cele-
was removed so that those who wish wished,
ed, wished, might view the body.
, Absolution was read by four visit visiting
ing visiting bishops and Bishop Ilickey. The
body will J)o ta"ken to Chicago -on a
SDecial train of tert'earu and accom-
prt,jates an( a special guard.
HE'S WITH THE HOURIS
. ,
Commander of the I aithful Reported
to Have Passed in His Checks
(Associated Press)
Paris, July 13. "L'Aliberte" says
the Rome Idea Nazionale received the
following, which had been vised by
the censor:
"Athens and Sofia dispatches say
the sultan has bcen deaJ several davs.
The Young Turks are keeping the
secret fearing political complica-
;jons
SITUATION IS SERIOUS
America and Germany Have Never
Been So Much Estranged
Washington, July 13. Secretary
Lansing spent most of the day in pre preparing
paring preparing data on the subject of sub submarine
marine submarine waifare. He said he proba-
!''' WUI not S lo -rnisn but mat
1'resident Wilson will return here at
the end of the week.
The situation was described in offi official
cial official quarters as serious and there was
a feeding that the situation had be-
cmre riore estranged than at any time
between Germany and the United
Uphold Dignity of America
Corni.-h, July 13. Although he does
' not consider the situation critical
President Vvil.-on is not inclined to
undei estimate the possibilities of the
problem presented by Germany's lat
e?t note on German submarine war
fare. The president is declared to be
firmly of the opinion to uphold the
dignity of the United States.
President Wilson instructed Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Lansing to prepare a memoranda
on submarine warfare and will begin
consideration of the question at once.
His present plans are to return to the
capitol at the end of this week or the
first of next. Probably he will not
have an opportunity to take the sit situation
uation situation up with his entire cabinet be before
fore before Tuesday of next week.
PEA SEED FOR SALE
I have for sale 100 bushels of
choice seed Clay and Whipporwill
Pes. 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

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GREATEST
GUARD HIS COUNTRY
(Associated
Washington, July 13. Thomas A.
Edison's announcement of his accep acceptance
tance acceptance of Secretary Daniels offer to
put him at the head of the advisory
board of civilian inventors, for the
proposed bureau of invention and de development
velopment development in the navy department,
was received today with gratification
by navy officials.
The big problem of the proposed
bureau will be the improving of the
navy's submarines and aeroplanes.
Secretary Daniels idea to utilize
the inventive genius of Americans in
and out of military and naval service
to meet the conditions of warfare
shown in Europe is outlined in a let letter
ter letter written last Wednesday asking
Mr. Edison, whether as patriotic ser service
vice service to his country, if he would un undertake
dertake undertake the task of advising the pro proposed
posed proposed bureau.
A NAUTICAL EVENT
Christening and Launching of the
Josephine at Conner
Conner, July 13. The dispatch
loat Josephine will be christened and
launched from the Conner ship yards
Saturday, July 24th, at 11 o'clock a.
m. There will be a general picnic and
Ocalans are invited. In the afternoon
music is promised, also a free spin
upon the raging Oklawaha on board
the Josephine, the Clermont, the Steel,
the Dixie and the Princess Irene. It
is impossible to name the sponsor to today.
day. today. She may not be named until the
day of the launching. The dimen dimensions
sions dimensions of the JosophUie, J. W. Randall,
are 22 feet long, TtV2 feet wide, seven
horsepower Iithrop engine; speed 13
knote; capacity, twelve people.
A. A. G.
AMERICA AND GERMANY
CAN NOT AGREE
Paul Harmes, Prominent Berlin Jour Jour-"
" Jour-" nalist, is Pessimistic
Berlin, July 13. Paul Harmes de
votes the leading paragraph in the
Tageblatt's weekly review to not over-optimistic
views regarding nego negotiations
tiations negotiations between the United States and
Germany. lie refers to the Ameri American
can American demand that ships be warned be before
fore before they are sunk and declares this
would mean giving up the submarine
as a weapon.
"One need make no bones of saying
that it is impossible to reconcile the
German and American standpoint,"
says the writer. "That Tfould mean
for us the giving up of submarine
warfare and if Americans will not see
that we cannot do that, there is noth nothing
ing nothing to be done. There is no necessity
of exchanging notes to reconcile irre
concilable difference. The exchange is
to find a tolerable compromise and in
this decision the German note goes
extraordinarily far."
Herr Harmes says he refers that in
the case of American ships be desig designated
nated designated as carrying Americans, the Brit British
ish British would employ lase flage and signs
to deceive submarines and create arti artificial
ficial artificial trouble with America. He leaves
for further discussion the question of
whether the United States would be
able or even have the honest purpose
to checkmate the latter possibility.
"We must assume," he continues,
"that the leading German departments
are convinced they can assume re
sponsibility for the appeal made to
America. For us it only rests to show-
clearly in the minds the great neces
sity for the concession which the gov government
ernment government has declared itself ready to
make. The more reservedly we await
in this hope the Arr.e: ican answer, the
better will the cause be served."
Houses for rent on Daugherty
street, all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
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Another fresh shipment of Triola
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GENIUS WILL HELP SAFE

AGAIIIST IIIVASIOII
Press)
POLICE OF NEW ORLEANS FIND
THAT PEARCE IS A PEST
C Associated Press)
New Orleans, July 13. Local news newspapers
papers newspapers and the chief of police today
received letters signed by Pearce, re reiterating
iterating reiterating threats of disaster to Brit British
ish British merchantmen and demanding the
release of Hans Halle, the confessed
bomb maker, who was arrested Sun Sunday
day Sunday when the first Pearce letter was
received. The chief of police refuses
to release Halle, but takes the letters
seriously. Others think these letters
are a hoax.
SAYS HE CAN BLOW UP THE
CITY
The writer also said he could blow
up most of New Orleans and would
start with the criminal courts build building.
ing. building. GAME WITH LEESBURG
THURSDAY, AFTERNOON
A game of ball has been arranged
between the Ocala and Leesburg
teams for Thursday afternoon at Hun Hun-terPark.
terPark. Hun-terPark. As there will be no games
here next week all the fans should
turn out to this one with our neigh neighbors,
bors, neighbors, who it is said are putting up a
splendid article of baseball this sea season.
son. season. IMMENSE ADVERTISING
Maxwell Motor Sales Marked Out on
the Map
The Maxwell Motor Sales Corpora Corporation
tion Corporation has sent out to its dealers a map
of the United States, showing the
separate and combined circulation in
each state and territory of the "na "national
tional "national mediums, the farm journals
and the newspapers carrying Max
well advertising. The aggregate is
enormous. The combined circulation
of the three classes of publications
carrying the Maxwell advertising in
the different states, ranges from the
lowest, Nevada, 15,449 to the high
est. New York, with over four and a
half million. Florida is given at
16G.5C7. The average state circula
tion is about half a million. This,
says the head of the sales department,
represents the greatest and most ef
ficient kind of sales help.
AN INSANITY EXPERT
At Trial of Thaw Used Expression He
Didn't Know the Meaning Off
New York, July 13. Dr. Austin
Flint, an alienist, testifying at the
sanity trial of Harry K. Thaw yester yesterday
day yesterday said he believed Thaw was suffer suffering
ing suffering with "paranoia, or constitutional
inferiority with a paranoi trend." On
cross examination the doctor said he
did not know what "constitutional in inferiority"
feriority" inferiority" meant, but that he had
used the term, which he described as
new, because he thought it applicable.
ANNUAL BARBECUE AT OXFORD
The annual barbecue at Oxford will
be held on the first Saturday in Aug
ust, being the 7th day of the month.
Arrangements will be made to feed
everybody on good old Florida bar-
trnprl teef- 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
ant 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-
uthers, Committee in Charge.
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Its prepared from the healing pine
balsam, tar and honey all mixed in a
pleasant, soothing cough syrup called
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. Thousands
have benefited by its use no need
your enduring that annoying cough or
risking a dangerous cold. Go to your
dealer, ask for a 25c. original bottle
Dr. Hairs Pine-Tar-Iloney, start us
ing at once and get rid of youi cough
and cold. Adv. 2

CRANK OR RIIIIAI

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Attacked the German Station
at Apremont

GREAT FLEET OF AEROPLANES
HOUR

(Associated Press)

Paris, July 13. It is officially an announced
nounced announced that thirty-five French aero aeroplanes
planes aeroplanes this morning in a forty mile an
hour gale, dropped 171 bombs on the
strategic German railroad station
Apremont, causing several fires. All
the French machines returned.
COMPLETED PLANS TO
GO TO CLEARWATER
Ocala Baseball Team will Play in Gulf
City Next Week
Manager Hunter this forenoon re received
ceived received a wire from the management
of the Clearwater baseball club an announcing
nouncing announcing that all arrangements had
been made for the Ocala-Clearwater
series in the latter city next week.
The Ocala boys leave on Sunday
afternoon's A. C. L. train for the
scene of their week's activities and
the strong line-up arranged by Man Manager
ager Manager Hunter makes them all enthus enthusiastic
iastic enthusiastic over the prospects of a success successful
ful successful series.
BUTLER SUCCEEDS LYNCH
As One of the State Inspectors of
Rural Schools
Tallahassee, July 13. Governor
Trammell has appointed Tom Butler,
of Inverness, as rural school inspec inspector
tor inspector to succeed Captain George M.
Lynch. Captain Lynch recently re resigned
signed resigned to accept the office of principal
of the Arcadia high school, some to
take effect on the first of September.
Mr. Butler's appointment is not ef effective
fective effective until that time.
STARVING BELGIANS
INTO SUBMISSION
Rotterdam, July 13. It is reported
here that the German military author authorities
ities authorities in several Belgian provinces, in
an effort to force civilians to work for
the army of occupation, have with withheld
held withheld food supplies sent in by the com
mission for the relief of Belgium.
AUSTRO-GERMANS CHECK
THE RUSSIANS AGAIN
Driven Thirty-Two Miles with Heavy
Loss Before they Could
Make a Stand
Petrograd, July. 13. After being
driven back thirty-two miles in the
Lublin region in five days fighting,
the Austro-Germans, heavily rein reinforced,
forced, reinforced, have checked the Russian ad advance.
vance. advance. German 'losses total forty
thousand men. Unable to reduce Os-
sowiec with artillery, the Germans
attempted sapping operations. The
Russian garrison made a night sortie,
bayoneting all of the German engin engineers.
eers. engineers. STAHLS FAIRY STORY
New York, July 13. Gustav Stahl,
the German reservist who swore he
saw four guns mounted on the Lus-
itania the day before she sailed on her
bast voyage, has withdrawn his plea
of not guilty to the indictment charg charging
ing charging him with perjury and substituted
three pleas in abatement based on
technical points. Argument on the
pleas will be heard at a later date.
If your motor is not giving you good
service see Luckie, at Davies garage.
Hell fix it for you in record time at
reasonable rates. 13-Ct
Trade at Gerig's Ocala's best drug
store. tf.
An Easy, Pleasant Laxatixe
One or two Dr. King's New Life
Pills with a tumbler of water at night.
No bad, nauseating taste; no belching
gas. Go right to bed. Wake up in the
morning, enjoy a free, easy bowel
movement, and feel fine all day. Dr.
King's New Life Pills are sold by all
druggists, 36 in an original package,
for 25c Get a bottle today enjoy this
easy, pleasant laxative. Adv. 2

LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS TIME

l
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RODE OH A FORTY MILE Al
GALE
IIHUMANITY
IS ALLEGED
BY FOUR A5LERICAN NEGROES
AGAINST CREW OF THE SUB
WHICH SUNK THE
ARMENIAN
(AsrociaXed Press)
Newport News, Va July 13. Four
negro muleteers from the British
steamer Armenian declared today that
after the German submarine sank the
Armenian, the submarine sailors
kicked them off as they were trying
to board the submarine and laughed
at their struggles in the water.
LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE
USES PLAIN LANGUAGE
Alabama Convict Lease System De Denounced
nounced Denounced as Something Awful
(As.ocl&teI Press)
Montgomery, July 13. The legisla legislative
tive legislative committee at the convening of the
legislature, today characterized the
Alabama convict lease "system as a
cancer on the body politic, recom recommended
mended recommended its abolishment and that con convicts
victs convicts be worked on the roads and the
state farm. It declared it found evi evidences
dences evidences of graft and corruption in the
department of agriculture and that
the department of pure foods and
drugs served for robbery schemes.
ITALIAN ADVANCE IS
HAVING EFFECT
Lately to Soon Recreate the Old Bal Balkan
kan Balkan League
Rome, July 13. The continued suc success
cess success of the Italian troops and the
probable enhancement of Italy's pow power
er power is having a strong effect upon
the Balkan nations.
It is reported in diplomatic circles
that there is every possibility of a
meeting !etween the Lings of Hou Hou-mania,
mania, Hou-mania, Bjlgaria and Giece at Ath Athens
ens Athens before the convening of the Greek
r:ri"arrc:it. Serli i nd Italy will be
rtpivscnted. It is indicated that ef efforts
forts efforts will be made to revive the old
Balkan league. It may result in the
entry of the Balkan states into the
war soon.
PROSECUTION HASNT GIVEN
FULL STORY TO THE PUBLIC
Clearwater, July 13 "The prosecu prosecution
tion prosecution has evidence in the Mendenhall
case that has never been given to the
press or public," declared Sheriff Mar
vin Whitehurst yesterday.
The sheriff added that it would be
folly to give this information out be because
cause because it would weaken the prosecu prosecution
tion prosecution and without a doubt strengthen
the defense. He would not commit
himself as to whether any new evi evidence
dence evidence had been unearthed.
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The annual convention of the Elks
is now in session in Los Angeles.

Cole Blease of South Carolina an announces
nounces announces that he will be a candidate
for governor again next summer.

Miss Norma Wellman has been ap appointed
pointed appointed postmaster at Bronson. She
won the appointment in a competitive
examination.

One of the old puritanical blue laws
forbade a man to kiss his wife on Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. It was probably passed by men
who had been married a year or more.

The regular semi-monthly meeting
of the Marion County -Board of Trade
will be held tomorrow evening. There
are a number of very important is issues
sues issues to come before the board, and it
i3 highly necessary that as many
members as possible be present.

We hope that when this horrible
war is over that the Germans will so
fully recognize the iniquity of the
arms and ammunition traffic that they
will quit manufacturing cannon, rifles
and cartridges for anything but home
defense. The Germans never saw
anything wrong in selling munitions
of war till they began to suffer from
the trade. y

as their readers have a right to expect
them to be, there wouldn't be half so
much rascality. As it is, "newspaper
trials" are about the only punish punishment
ment punishment that ever is visited on some
premier scoundrels, and the newspa newspaper
per newspaper editors and publishers take their
lives and their fortunes in their
hands when they try to administer it.

new judgeship. A3 the circuit court;
business of the counties affected is j

overloaded, and the two new circuits
are needed, it is probable that the

supreme court has decided against the J
law on some technicality. There are j
so many technicalities that it is al-'

most impossible for the legislature to j
pass any law that will be of real ben-
efit to the state. The people of Flor- j
ida should demand a constitutional j
convention, elect their best lawyers to
it, and demand that they draw up a
concise and sensible document and

rid the statute books of the mass of
laws that are of no use except to en enable
able enable pettifoggers to make an easy
living.

It seems to the Star that Germany
is just as much, if not more, bound
to prevent heremissaries in this coun country
try country from sending wireless messages
and planting bombs in British ships
as America is to give notice when
British ships carry arms and ammu ammunition
nition ammunition to England.

would give his lawyers plenty of time

to at least prepare for a preliminary j
investigation. The pulse of court j
house justice often beats very feebly!
when there are plenty of good law-j
yers to assist in regulating its speed,
and that's one reason among others;

why the pulse of the mob hums like
the motor of a high-powered runaway
car when it takes a hand in adminis administering
tering administering justice or its reverse, as the
case may be. Over in Great Britain
or up in Canada Mendenhall would
either le hanged or finally acquitted
in a few weeks time. It may take
years to reach either of those con conclusions
clusions conclusions in Florida. Lakeland Tele Telegram.
gram. Telegram. Mr. Mendenhall has plenty of mon money.
ey. money. You can't expect the law to be
unceremonious and di.-Tesjieetful with
him like it would be with a or man.

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The Marion County Board of Trade
is in receipt of letters from James P.
Tumulty, secretary to the president,
and from the fourth assistant post postmaster
master postmaster general, acknowledging the re receipt
ceipt receipt of resolutions .passed by the
Board commending Postmaster Rog Rogers
ers Rogers for his good work in obtaining a
rural auto delivery route for Ocala,
and thanking the department for
granting the postmaster's request.

We cannot see, -though, why the

state officials allowed the Florida Life
Insurance company, the Florida Fire
and Casualty Insurance company and
the Commercial Bank of Jacksonville,
a state institution, to go to the wall
without letting the people know of ex existing
isting existing conditions. Tampa Times.
Its up to the state officials to do
some prompt and lucid explaining.
The failures spoken of by the Times
give their would-be successors some
very effective ammunition for the
coming campaign.

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The German reply seems to suit

Jacksonville has issued an edict that Mr. Bryan. No wonder Mr. Bryan
fakers must keep out of its public j dreads war. Nobody would have time

Our esteemed contemporary, the
Miami Herald, speaking of the failure
of the Commercial Bank of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, the suspension of the Florida
Life Insurance Company, and other
business troubles, denounces what it
calls "newspaper trials." One of the
great troubles in this state is that
newspapers do not try half as many
cases as they should. If the news newspapers
papers newspapers of Flor ida were as outspoken

parks. This has no reference to bank
wreckers or life insurance thieves or
fire insurance highwaymen, who rob
widows and orphans. Clearwater
Sun.
They can't be kept out of any place
except Heaven, and to hear most of
them talk one would suppose they be believe
lieve believe they have first mortgages on
that place.

According to a decision by the
supreme court of Florida, the acts of
the legislature in creating the twelfth
judicial circuit, out of the counties of
Duval and Nassau, and the new
fourth circuit out of Putnam, St.
Johns and Clay, were not legal, con consequently
sequently consequently those two needed circuits
will not be added to the judicial ma machinery
chinery machinery of the state. This action of
the supreme court knocks Judge Sam Samuel
uel Samuel J. Hilburn of Palatka out of his

to listen to him.

What would happen to a fellow who
went into a neighbor's yard to settle
the neighbor's children's squabble?
Florida Metropolis.
Depends on how big the follow is.

The famous liberty bell left Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia last week for the San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco exposition, and is due to arrive
some time this week.

As is usual in the administration of

justice in this country, the first step

in the trial of Mendenhall for the
murder of Mrs. Eliot and her daugh daughter
ter daughter was to postpone the case. We
don't know whether Mendenhall is
guilty or not and don't feel called on
to express any opinion on the sub subject,
ject, subject, but it would seem that a lapse of
ten days after the arrest of the man

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Should Have their Names Placed on

the Mailing List by Next
Season
Ocala, Fla., July 12, 1H1.".
Editor Star: I herewith hand you a

copy of cantaloupe information, is

sued from office of Markets and Rural
Organization. This office is controlled
by the United States department of
agriculture. Please publish the letter
in full for the benefit of the trucK
farmers. No doubt a great many
have received the letter thru the
mails. Urge the farmers to express
their appreciation and have their
names placed on the mailing list for
next season.
This information furnished from
Washington, D. C, is what the Mar

ion County oliard of Trade, thru the
Marketing Bureau, has been trying to
get. Our representatives during the
last session of the legislature failed,
although both of our representatives
were farmers. Very truly,
J. M. Meffert.
Cantaloupe Information
U. D. Dept. of Agriculture,
Office Markets & Rural Organization,
Washington, July 2, 1915.
Dear Sir: Enclosed find copies ot

our cantaloupe information issued
daily for the use of shippers, commis

sion men, railroad officials and others
who are interested in cantaloupe mar marketing
keting marketing conditions.
This information is issued in the
form of a daily news letter and tele telegrams
grams telegrams compiled from telegraphic re reports
ports reports received each morning from the
principal producing areas and the
most important consuming centers.
This news letter mailed each after afternoon
noon afternoon covers all carload shipments of
the previous day from all sections,
and the receipts and prices in a num number
ber number of the more important markets.
In case earlier information is desired

this summary or any part of it is
sent by telegraph or day letter, collect,
to any one requesting it.
This market news service in an ex experiment
periment experiment carried on this year for the
first time and with a view to aid in
the marketing and distribution of the
four perishables: strawberries, toma tomatoes,
toes, tomatoes, peaches and cantaloupes. We
hope this information will be of ser service
vice service to you or some one in your com community
munity community and we shall be very glad to
receive the names of any persons who
wish to subscribe to a daily wire to
be placed on our market news mailing
list. Very truly yours,
Charles J. Brand, Chief.
Telegrams, similar to the following,
are prepared each day from informa information
tion information received by the office of Markets
and Rural Organization. Both- or any
part of either of these telegrams is
sent, collect, to any person requesting
the same.
Day Letter Collect
Washington, D. C, July 2, 1915.
Cantaloupe Shipments: Thursday
Georgia forty-eight Florida fifteen
South Carolina one Potomac yards re reports
ports reports thirty cars California shipped
Wednesday hundred forty four cars.
Charles J. Brand.
Day Letter Collect
Washington, D. C, July 2, 1915.
Cantaloupe Receipts: Boston eight

arrivals ponies dollar half seventy-five
stands dollar seventy-five two quarter
quality fair demand slow rainy New
York twenty-four Californias flats
sixty seventy-five few higher two ex extra
tra extra fancy standards three fifty ponies
two seventy-five three fourteen Geor Geor-gias
gias Geor-gias one Florida dollar quarter few
best dollar half seventy-five fair Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia two Californias standards
two two fifty flats ninety dollar three
Southern dollar quarter seventy-five
Pittsburg sixteen Californias stand standards
ards standards dollar seventy-five two ponies
dollar fifty sixty-five one Georgia dol dollar
lar dollar dollar fifty Baltimore one Cali California
fornia California two quarter three dollars two
Georgias dollar half two quarter fair
to good quality Denver three arrivals
two half Omaha Californias ponies
dollar half seventy-five standards two
quarter half St. Louis two Georgias
dollar dollar quarter Californias
wrapped dollar seventy-five unwrap unwrapped
ped unwrapped dollar half flats mostly seventy

City one arrival two quarter quality
demand fair. Charles J. Brand.

Cantaloupe Movement V
The following cantaloupe ?hip-;
ments were reported for July 1. j
Ga. Fla. Cal. S.C. Ttl. g

Boston 1
New York 2 25 1 31
Philadelphia ... 4 4
Baltimore .... 1 1 2
Pittsburg . ... 1 1
Cincinnati .. ..11 11
Detroit 1 1
Chicago ir, lfi
St. Louis 2 2

Potomac Yards .17 4
Waycross 4
Various 10 :) 101

Potomac Yards reports: cars, 15
New York 2 Providence, 3 Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, r, Boston, 2 Ba timore, 2 Pitts Pittsburg.
burg. Pittsburg. The telegraphic report as to market
conditions released today was based
on the following:
New York, July 2: 24 Californias,
same flats, sixty, seventy-five, few few-higher;
higher; few-higher; two cars ectra fancy stand standards,
ards, standards, three fifty; ponies two seventy seventy-five,
five, seventy-five, three; fourteen Georgias, one
Florida, dollar, dollar quarter; few few-best
best few-best dollar half, seventy-five; fair.
Boston, Mass: Eight cars; quality
fair; slow demand; ponies dollar half,
seventy-five; standards dollar seventy seventy-five,
five, seventy-five, two quarter.
Philadelphia, Pa.: Two Californias,
standards two, two fifty; flats ninety,
dollar; three Southern dollar quarter,
dollar seventy-five.
Baltimore, Md: One California, two
quarter three; Georgia two, one fifty,
two quarter, quali ry fair to good, clear

warm.
Pittsburg, Pa.: Arrivals sixteen Cal Californias,
ifornias, Californias, one Georgia; California
standards selling dollar seventy-five,
two; ponies dollar half, sixty-five;
Georgia dollar, dollar half; quality
condition.
St. Paul, Minn.: Two cantaloupes,
two and quarter.
Sioux City, Mo.: One fair canta cantaloupes,
loupes, cantaloupes, fair demand, two quarter.
St. Louis: Cantaloupes two Geor

gias, dollar, dollar quarter; large
standards, dollar twenty.thirty; Cali California
fornia California wrapped, dollar seventy-five,
unwrapped dollar fifty; flats mostly
seventy; Missions flats seventy-five,
eighty.
Denver: Three cantaloupes two
fifty.
Omaha: California pony canta cantaloupes,
loupes, cantaloupes, dollar fifty seevnty-five, stand standards
ards standards two quarter to two half.

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Tampa Times: The most widely
quoted editorial published in Florida
recently is that of Editor J. II. Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin of the Ocala Star, on "This
Wages of Sin Stuff' which was writ written
ten written in connection with the Menden-hall-Eliot
tragedy.
Among the most notable sentences
of this brief philosophic treat is this:
"Talking about the 'wages of sin is
mostly mockery. The sinners are gen generally
erally generally the ones most lightly paid. The
burden always falls on the innocent.
Even in this case, Mendenhall will
probably suffer far less than his own
wife and daughter, or than Eliot, the
husband and father of the murdered
women."
Mr. Benjamin is right. Retribution
always overtakes the wrongdoer in
the long run, but consider the hellish
suffering that he or she injects into
the lives of innocent, duty-adhering
people lefore and after his or her
career of sin ends.
The crooks suffer in this life, but
they bring infinitely more agony to
clean-minded, God-fearing people, and
in many instances they go out with a
cowardly spirit of self-pity complete completely
ly completely hiding, from them, and oftentimes
from others, the brutish mental and
physical crimes they have repeatedly
committed.
Truly the most prevalent of dis diseases
eases diseases seems to le moral idiocy, which
completely blinds a hypocrite on the
question of right and wrong, and
which is productive of more suffering
than any other human affliction.

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Thought for the Day
Life is mostly froth and bubble;
Two things stand like stone
Kindness is another's trouble,
Courage is our own.
, Adam Lindsay Gordon.
Informal Party for Miss Taylor
Honoring her sister-in-law, Miss
Margaret Taylor, Mrs. J. II. Taylor
was hostess at 4 o'clock this afternoon
to an informal porch party. Miss
Taylor leaves next week with the
Delta Delta Delta sorority of Stetson
University for an extended trip thru
the west and into northwest Canada,
and probably, will not return to Ocala
until Christmas, as she expects to go
directly to her school duties in Val Val-dosta
dosta Val-dosta at the conclusion of her trip.
The guests on this occasion included
only the most intimate friends of the
honoree and among them were three
former popular Ocala young ladies
whose marriage has made them resi residents
dents residents of other cities. The gathering
of the friends at the home of the
charming hostess, and her mother Mrs.
G. S. Scott, proved to be one of the
happiest events enjoyed by the guests
this summer.
Conversation and fancy work were
the pleasant diversions. An ice course
was relished, Mrs. W. D. Taylor and
Mrs. Scott assisting the .hostess in
serving.
Spending the afternoon with Mrs.
Taylor and Miss Taylor were Mrs. G.
II. Ford, Misses Mamie Taylor, Meta
Jewett, Virginia Mayo, Mrs." E. B.
Duncan, Mrs. J. E. Chace, Mrs. J. W.
Talley, Mrs. II. A. Waterman, Mrs.
C. II. Lloyd, Mrs. C. E. Winston, Mrs.
W. D. Taylor, Mrs. G. R. McKean of
Tampa and Mrs. Mallory Liddon of
Jacksonville.
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Miss Wessie Herring of Plant City,
who with her mother and sisters is
summering at Lake Weir occupying
the Bradford cottage, has as her
guest Miss McKey of Birmingham.
Mistes Catharine and Mildred
Ocala and vicinity for a few days,
to visif Mrs. Ion Farris for a fort fortnight.
night. fortnight. Mr. E. K. Nelson and son, Mr.
Robert Nelson, arrived yesterday
from Tampa to transact business in
Pyles leave Thursday for Pablo Beach
Mr., Robert Nelson, who is a former
popular Ocala boy, is a guest at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk.
The young ladies' auction club will
meet with Miss Hester Dewey Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Mr. Arthur Hodge -has returned
from a visit to his sister, Mrs. Horace
Burton at Arcadia.
Miss M. J. Owens, who has spent
some time past with her sister, Mrs.
John Marshall Martin, has gone to
her country home near Ocala. Miss
Owens was accompanied by her neph nephew,
ew, nephew, Mr. Marshall A. Martin, who will
be her guest the remainder of the
summer. Florida Metropolis.

Mrs. Claude Gates of Marathon,
who is spending some time with her
father, Mr. E. C. Smith, is the guest
of Mrs. Hester at Lady Lake for a
few days, going down last week.
Miss Elizabeth Suber, of the ladies'
department of Frank's store, expects
to leave next week for Louisiana to
visit friends for a fortnight or longer.
Mrs. Cook and two children of Fort
McCoy are guests of Mrs. Cook's par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Tarver.

Mrs. S. L. Patterson and daughter
Miss Annie Lester Patterson, and
Miss Sue Barco have arrived from Mi Miami
ami Miami and are occupying the Barco
home on North Fort Harrison avenue.
Clearwater Sun.

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A wedding of wide interest was
solemnized Saturday in Orlando when
Miss Ethel May Dickson, lovely
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dick Dickson,
son, Dickson, became the bride of Mr. Robert
B. Brossier. The wedding took place
at the home of the bride's parents and
was witnessed only by relatives and a
few most intimate friends of the con contracting
tracting contracting parties. After a honeymoon
spent in Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Bros Brossier
sier Brossier will return to Orlando which city
will, be their home, Mr. Brossier be

ing one of the owners of the Orlando
Reporter-Star.
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Six members of the Tuesday auction
club and Mrs. L. P. Wilson and her at attractive
tractive attractive guest, Miss Catharine Mc Mc-Nab,
Nab, Mc-Nab, who substituted for absent mem members,
bers, members, spent two and a half hours
most pleasantly this afternoon the
guests of Miss Mary McDowell. The
two tables for auction were placed on
the piazza and the prizes for top score
were pretty crepe de chene handker handkerchiefs.
chiefs. handkerchiefs. At the conclusion of the sev several
eral several progressions, sandwiches, ice tea
and fudge was served.

Mrs. G. C. Anderson after a brief!

visit to Mrs. Clarence Camp has re returned
turned returned to her homein Norfolk, Va.
. While Prof. J. II. Workman of Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, is teaching at the summer nor normal
mal normal in Tallahassee, Mrs. Workman is
the guest of her parents, Dr. and Mrs:
W. H. Dodge in Jacksonville. The

many Ocala friends of Prof, and Mrs.
Workman will learn with regret that
they will not make their proposed
visit here this summer.
Miss Tydings in Gaims ilh?
Gainesville Sun: Miss Ella Tydins,
who has for several years served as n
missionary in the foreign field for the
M. E. church, delighted large auii-

! ences Sunday in Gainesville with hr

interesting reports of .he work in
mission lands. After a 1-mg service in
foreign fields Miss Tydings has rnort'
real historic information concerning
the work and accomplishments of for foreign
eign foreign missions than anyone who has
lectured in this city for some time.
Her work here is much appreciated.
Miss Beatrice Williams who has
been suffering from an attack of ap appendicitis
pendicitis appendicitis is now at the hospital am!
will probably undergo an operation in
a day or two.

Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Finch, of Mont Montgomery,
gomery, Montgomery, Ala., are Oca'a's newest citi citizens,
zens, citizens, arriving yesterday. They a-e
pleasantly located at the home of Dr.
E. Van Hood. Mr. Finch holds the
position with. the Atlantic Coa-t Line
held by the late II. II. Brand. Mrs.
Finch is a charming young woman
and with her genial husband will be
a delightful acquisition to church and
social circles.
Mrs. W. D. Taylor will return to
Lake Weir this afternoon, after an
overnight visit to Mrs. J. II. Taylor.
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Misses Camp and their cousins,
Misses Elsie Bowen and Eva Mae
Harrell have returned from a week weekend
end weekend 'stay at Lake Weir. They will go
back to the lake Friday for another
visit.
Mrs. G. T. Reynolds of St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, who is here with Conductor Rey Reynolds,
nolds, Reynolds, during his charge of the Ocala Ocala-Wilcox
Wilcox Ocala-Wilcox train, went over to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville yesterday, to visit friends there.
Miss Garnet Bose left this morning
for a visit to Mrs. C. E. Morris at
Port Inglis.
It is believed by their friends? here
that Mr. C. E. Cullen met Mrs. Cullen.
Miss Pasteur and little Spencer Cul Cullen
len Cullen in San Francisco today, and they
are having a pleasant time seeing the
sights of the Panama-Pacific Exposi Exposition.
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Bishop Cameron Mann left yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon on one of his annual
visitation trips which will take him
to Mulberry and Bartow. Bishop and
Mrs. Mann expect to leave, about the

week-' ;! for Boston where the bishop ;
v iM :ttt; a conference in connection
with hi.- -h. -eh work. They will also
vi-it N'ew Yo, k and spend a portion
of their vacation at Cape Cod. Or-
Uuido Sentinel.

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Dues Social
The fi.Mo.'. it.g program will 1 ren rendered
dered rendered at the "Dues Social" to be held
at the home of Mrs. George W. Mar Martin
tin Martin Friday afternoon:
In trum'-r.tal solo, "Military March"
Virginia Neely.
'Solo, l-cU,rnhk Shall be Free."
Recitation, "Lift a Little" Mary
Louis? Atki-on.
Recitation by Irene Henderly.
Instrumental solo by Maud Little.
Recitation, "A Case of Charity"
Jes.-io ( 'owdriek.
'"Girl's SiK-t-ch" Francis Green.
All members are requested to come.
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! Mr. C Livingston and children re-
! turned !a-t night from a pleasant
mopth' visit with friends and rela-
I tives at Ocala, Gainesville and St.
i Pt"rs!urg, where they had a most
: delightful time. Lakeland Telegram.
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This evening Mrs. A. C. Hamblin
j will entertain the Ilamblin-Letton
j wedding f' Hty with a delightful buffet
S -supper following the rehearsal at her
; home at 7:'V o'c lock. The bridal party
; includes Mis Fiankie Hamblin, sister
! of th" bride; Miss Adine Fuchs,
j bridesmaid; Mr. Letton's brother, Mr.
J. R. Letton of Paris Ky., ami Mr. W.
! B. Gallagher of Ocala. The wedding
j Wednesday will be one of the most
j interesting events of the summer sea

son. 1 ampa limes.
Mr. P. I. Yonge, of Savannah, who
has been visiting friends in the city
returned to his home last night.
Dr. and Mrs. F. E. McClane return

ed last night from a few days visit i

to Dr. McC'ane's brother and daught daughter
er daughter in St. Petersburg. Yesterday the
doctor assisted in landing a 10 foot
vhnrk, from the end of the electric
dock.

Miss Blanche Poyson,
Largest Policewoman, at the
Panama-Pacific Exposition

Mr. W. T. Gary and sister, Mrs. W.
D. Turnely of Fort Meade, will leave
early in the morning for Daytona
Beach to visit Mrs. Gary and chil children.
dren. children. Miss Mabel Tinder has arrived from
West Palm Beach to make her home
with her mother, Mrs. C. II. Dame.
Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Mote came up in
their car today from Leesburg, for a
brief visit to. their Ocala friends.

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TWELFTH EPISODE EXPLOITS OF ELAINE Capturing the Cook
OF ELAINE.

CAPTURING THE COOK Lubin Comy,
and Joseph KaufTman.

featuring Ethel Clayton

MIKE DONEGAL'S ESCAPE An epistle of
Series.

the Girl Detective

ADMISSION: From 3:3 Oto 10:30, FIVE AND TEN CENTS

The Fair "Copne" and the Midgets,

NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT

O Ml Blanche Poyson Ixdongs the honor of being the only real special
policewoman In the United States. Her star, tearing the Inscription
'SiKTlar Police. Toylan.l ii. V ," is registered at the city ball In San
Francisco. Miss I'oysoii. who stands six feet four inches without hr

boots, maintains law and older at "Toyland Grown Up. on the Zone, at the
Panauia-l'jrcilic International Uxposition. Miss Poyson weighs 235 pounds,
she Is l.ut twenty-four years of aire and. despite her official position, is as de-

j light ful a yoruir woman as one will meet in a long day of sightseeing on the

Zone. She is enthusiastic over her woi k and keeps watch on the great thronjrs
which visit Toy la nd day and night. Miss I'oyson has presided with wonderful
success over crowds of many thousands of ersons. The two midgets beside
Miss I'oyson have taken great fancy lo the "copette," and the three have be
coiiif fast friends d tiring their off hours at To' land.
Toy land Grown Up. where Miss Poyson reigns. Is one of the largest and
most costly concessions on the great amuseuient thoroughfare. It was built at
a cost of -v .' and covers fourttsMi acres. All the toys of the story book
rend by youngsters and trowmips rv to In? seen thre In monster proportions,
and hi this i.-nd of romance and enchantment, with its giant toys, the giant
policewoman presides with dignity and efficiency.

If you want to purchase a new au automobile
tomobile automobile on easy payment3, get the
information by addressing Box 1G4,
Ocala, Tla. 6-19-1 2t

Norris famous candies never failed
to satisfy. To be had only at the
Court Pharmacy. 6t.

OCALA SEED STORE

A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran, good good for all.

Short?, Hay and Mr'asses feeds. Cotf Prug Store.

Use Nyal's lamiiy remedies. All

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chaser. ""Court Pharmacy. Ct. Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, ti

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No Extra CtiaFge

For delivering work the same day it is received if it is sent in early
and immediate delivery requested. This feature of OUR LAUNDRY
is quite convenient for traveling men and transient people generally.
We use the best of everything that goes to givirrg absolute satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. Your clothes will last longer when laundered with modem
appliances than by the antiquated methods of years gone by. Come
in and inspect our plant and see our methods of handling collars.
PHONE 21
Imperial Steam Laundry

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E have recently purchased the entire stock of the Theus-Zachry Company consisting of Furniture, House Furn Furnishings,
ishings, Furnishings, PicturesArt Squares, Rugs, Stoves, Ranges and hundreds of items that you need in your home. To.

make room for our great stock of new furniture that we will put in this fall, we have decided to cut the prices on the
immense stock right down to a point never before heard of here. In many cases the prices are far below the wholesale
cost of the goods. Following are just a handful of prices, gathered at random through the great stock. We have only
room in this small space for a few. Every item in the store will be sold at just as close prices.

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BED SPRINGS
We are heavily overloaded with
Springs and these must move right
away. They are big values M Cfl
at prices. $3 Wire Springs at
We have only a few $5 all wire and
National Springs that will CO "7C
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PARLOR SUITS
Beautiful 3-piece mahogany suits, up upholstered
holstered upholstered in muleskin, $45 cQn fin
value, in this sale for only )0UUU

Pretty Golden Oak or Mahogany Dav-

anettes, with extra fine up-(f Q"7 Cfl

holstering, $40 value for

!i'L$12.50

25 values in Davanettes in

this sale for :

Solid Golden Oak Dressers,
double tops, French beveled

mirrors, $12 values
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Golden Oak Dressers, double

tops, French bev

mirrors, 17 val. al

Golden Oak Dresseis,

tops, French mir mirror.
ror. mirror. $20 value at

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We also have them in fumed oak and mission.
An exceptional value in Dressers are our Gol Golden
den Golden Oik formerly sold for $40 QOQ ff
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Heavy HrassBeds satin finish', 2-in. contin continuous
uous continuous posts, with 5 in fillers, guaranteed not
to tarnish.
Splendid $20 values for $12.50
Better $24 values for $15.00
Best $35 values for $21.00
In Iron Heds we have many pretty designs
in round or square posts, up to 2 inches heavy
fillers, white enamel and Vernice-Martin
finish.
$16 values fyr $8.00
$15 values for S7.00
$12 values for $6.00
$10.00 values for 34.50

STOVES
No. 7-15 Smooth Costing. S10 val. $5 50
No. 8-15 Smooth Casting, $M val. $7J5
No. 8-19 Smooth Casting. $18 val. 510.50
RANGES
$40 val. asbestos lined throughout $25.00
$70 Buck, Polished Doors. Porce-'
lain Lined with Reservoir for $35.00

This great price slaughter will not last long. We antic anticipate
ipate anticipate a great rush for these bargains. Be sure to come
in and get your share, and do it NOW. The sale opened
this morning. First to come get the cream of the bargains.

Remember we have anything in the Furniture Line. The goods are the latest and best, they were bought RIGHT
and the prices we have placed on them will clear out the stock with a rush.

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' found good that were really marked
very low formerly, but the prices at
present are sdeh that it will pay you
to buy now even though yours arc on only
ly only partially worn out.

Cotton Mattresses now $3.75
Felt Mattresses now $5.50
Felt Mattresses now $8.00

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Hemps, Milans, Novelty Braids, etc. Excellent
values at unheard of prices. Trimmed Hats Sacra Sacra-ficed
ficed Sacra-ficed for cash. This sale will continue for Ten Days
ending JULY 21st.
Affleck's flillinery

Upstairs
Helvenston's

Parlor

Ocala
Florida

Elks meet this evening.

Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Masons meet Thursday evening.

Board of Trade
night.

meets tomorrow

Sons of Confederate Veterans meet
Friday night.

Fire Chief Chambers and his as assistants
sistants assistants were out repairing Osceola
avenue this morning.

A full line of loose leaf ledgers,

note books and memorandums al

ways on hand at Gerig's. tf

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is tne tcae or our

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Mr. E. P. Townsend of Martin is in
the city.

"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is
made clean, sold clean and delivered
dean. Ask your grocer for Carter's
cake. tf

Sid Whaley says he is willing to go
to war if it becomes necessary. It
would be hard work to "hit Sid.

THE SQUARE DEAL WINS; WE KNOW IT. YOU
WILL GET IT FROM US; AND YOU WILL KNOW IT
EVERY TIME YOU BUY AND USE OUR HARD HARDWARE.
WARE. HARDWARE. IT IS QUALITY THAT COUNTS. IT IS OUR RULE
TO GIVE STANDARD, RELIABLE HARDWARE AT
LOW, FAIR SQUARE PRICES; TO STAND BACK OF
EVERYTHING WE SELL AND "MAKE GOOD."

WE CARRY THE STOCK.
MARION HARDWARE

PHONE 118,

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"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is

sold by all the leading grocers. Ask
for it. Eight ounces for 10c. tf
Mr. T. D. Dillon lias returned from
his visit to St. Petersburg.

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FOUND A gold medal with name
Minnie engraved across top. Owner
can have same by paying reward and
expense. 12-Ct

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This repot! Is made from observa

tions taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.

Weihe, official observer for the gov

ernment. Max. Min R. F.

July 1 83
July 2 88

LOST A brown and white bulldog:

puppy named Jack. A suitable reward
will le given for its return to W. II.

Marsh at Marsh's Market. -10-Gt

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-Ct

PIANO FOR SALE J. & G. Fisher
instrument, with ivory keys; in thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly good condition; cheap fot
cash or on easy payment plan. E. C
Jordan & Company, 223 W. Broad Broadway.
way. Broadway. Thone 10. 7-Ct

FOR SALE Young mare, 7 to 8
years old, good saddle horse, works
double or single; five head young milk
cows and two calves; washing ma machine;
chine; machine; five acres of corn ground.
Reasonable price. Address Box C2,
Belleview, Fla. 7-7-Ct

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 Ct

Mr. W. II. McRainey, the Wildwood
ice manufacturer, is among the prom prominent
inent prominent business men in the city today
from Sumter county.

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Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.

The pressure being direct, not sliding,
it can not wear or tear. Call and see

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Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.

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JULY 22nd, 1915.
Leave Ocala
10 A.M. 1:17 P.M. 4:30 P.M.
(4:30 train only for Tampa.)
G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A. JOHN BOISSEAU, C. T. A-
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Galvanized, Coffhci at eel
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All Forms of

Mooting

All Sizes and Gauges. Prompt delivery from, the
largest and most complete stock in Florida.

FLORIDA METAL PRODUCTS

COMPANY
3650 Evergreen Ave. Jacksonville, Fla.

Have you tried those delicious Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
Gerig's. tf.
Mr. R. O. Conner of the Interna

tional Harvester Company, yesterday

sold to Mr. M. G. Bateman of Mcin Mcintosh,
tosh, Mcintosh, a farm traction engine and set
of dire cultivators.

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WANTED A first class turpentine
woodsman, married but without chil

dren. Must be strictly sober and a
hustler, willing to work for small sal salary.
ary. salary. Apply Fairfield Naval Stores Co.,
Fairfield, Fla. 28-12t

Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare incluJes meals r4r.d stateroom lorth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE COOI. ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31t.
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for rcludule and further particulars.
H G W FNZEL FLORIDA passenger acent
Ticket OITicc, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
WHEN GOING

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STAM.UIi 1L11LKOAD OF THE SOUTH

July 10 92
July 11 89
July 12 87

Local Forecast
Generally fair tonight and Wednes
day.

Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best, detective series.

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

"Neptune's Daughter" at the Tem Temple
ple Temple last night, was one of the greatest
pictures ever seen here. The scenery
was laid in Bermuda and was alone
worth the price to see, as was also
the swimming; scene, which was one
of the places in which art and nature
exactly harmonized. The plot was
good, and all in all it was a superb

picture play. Tonight the Temple

will have an episode of "The Exploit.5

or r-iaine, "Capturing tne iook, a

Lubin comic, and one of the Kalem

FOR RENT Five-room cottage with
modern conveniences, gas, electricity,
baths, etc. Apply to Mrs. Jake Brown,
North Tuscawilla street, or phone

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FOR RENT VII located and nlcelj
furnished moms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
nousekaeping. Inquire at the Co
Icnial. 7-tf

ROOMS AND BOARD Large

rooms with boa id at special sum

mer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at

Carlton House. 19-1 mo.

AUTOMOBILES ON CREDIT

Rev. L. B. Warren, who arrived in
Ocala late Saturday afternoon, and
spent Sunday with his friends here,
was obliged to return to Macon Mon Monday,
day, Monday, but hopes to be in Ocala again
about the end of the week.

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

Mr. L. O. Booher, the veteran far farmer
mer farmer out on the Orange avenue road,
treated the Star to two fine water watermelons
melons watermelons today. Its a cold summer when
Mr. Booher doesn't raise a good crop,
and a colder one when he doesn't re remember
member remember the Star.

Messrs. R. O. Connor and D. N.
Mathews of the International Har Harvester
vester Harvester Company, returned from a
meeting in Jacksonville of the block block-men
men block-men of the southern territory, at
which meeting Mr.McNealy of Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, gave some very interesting
talks to the men.

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

Messrs. S. H. Gaitskill of Mcintosh,
A. R. Griffin of Anthony and M. L.
Payne of Fairfield, met at the A. C. L.
station yesterday afternoon. Griffin
and Gaitskill were guying Payne be because
cause because the mappers out of Bloxham
changed their line in his neighborhood
so as to leave him in Marion, and said
it was done because the Bloxhamites
didn't want Payne. Well, Marion is
willing to keep him.

W. K. Lane, M. ., Thysirian and
Surgeon, eci;4ist Eye, Kar, .'im
and Throat. Law Library ltuildin.
Ocala, Fla.

A CONFESSION

Elopes Her Statement, Made VabHc,
will Help Other Worsen.

Hines, Ala. I must confess", snyt
Mrs. Eula Alae Reid, of this place, "that
Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done me
1 grea deal of good.
Before I commenced using Cardui, I
would spit up everything 1 ate. I had a
tired, sleepy feeling all the time, and was
irregular. I could hardly drag around,
and would have severe headaches con continuously.
tinuously. continuously. Since taking Cardui, I have entirely
quit spitting up what 1 eat. Everything
seems to digest all right, and 1 have
gained 10 pounds in weight."
If you are a victim of any of the numer numerous
ous numerous ills so common to your sex, it is
wrong to suffer.
For half a century, Cardui has been re relieving
lieving relieving just such ills, as is proven by the
thousands of letters, similar to the above,
which pour into our office, year by year.
Cardui is successful because it is com composed
posed composed of ingredients which act specifically
on the womanly constitution, and helps
build the weakened organs back to health
and strength.
Cardui has helped others, and will help
you, too. Get a bottle today. You
won't regret it. Your druggist sells it.
Writs to Chatunooea MeJiclne Co.. La AJ-

1sory Dept.. Chattanooga, lenn.. for ircitil Jn-

ttruftwnt nn your case an J 04-pac txx.k. Home
TreMBtoi for Woman." Mot to plain wrarpr. NClZD

Luckie, at Davies, bums the carbon
out of your cylinders while you wait.
See him. 13-3t

Mr. W. F. Wondell of Washington,
D. C, came to Ocala several days ago
to assist in getting the Carter Bak Bakery
ery Bakery started on the manufacture of
"Butternut" bread, a new process con controlled
trolled controlled by a Washington firm. It is a
most delicious bread and is put up
only in 10-cent loaves. An electric
machine for wrapping and sealing the
bread has been installed and the.Ca'r the.Ca'r-ter
ter the.Ca'r-ter Bakery is already seeing the ef effect
fect effect on its trade since it began the
manufacture of "Butternut."

Don't fail to ask us about our speci special
al special price on stationery. The Court
Pharmacy. Ct.

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

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

Do you want to get the latest
model, most popular medium priced
automobile on easy payments? If so
address Box 104, Ocala, Fla. 1-m.
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.
SEE lllls l'AUM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with

fresh vegeti les, milk and eggs, tf
By His Own Deposition.
A policeman, whose evidence was
taken on comniissTon. deposed: The
prisoner sat upon me, calling me an
ass, a precious dolt,- a scarecrow, a
ragamuffin, and an Idiot." And. this
being the conclusion of hi3 depositions,
his signature was preceded by the for formal
mal formal ending, "All of which I swear 1
true."

Diarrhoea Quickly Cured
"About two years ago I had a se severe
vere severe attack of dinrrnoea which lasted
for over a week," writes W. C Jones
Buford, N. D. "I became so weak that
I could not stand upright. A druggist
recommended Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The
first dose relieved me and within two
days I was as well as ever." Obtain Obtainable
able Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Remembered Prohibition.
Three-year old Dorothy, who was al allowed
lowed allowed to play on the parkway, "was
told by her mother she nrust not get
acquainted with strange people. One
day an organ grinder with a monkey
stopped to play and Dorothy made
frlenls-at once. As the organ grinder
moved away Dorothy followed, her
mother called to her. and she paused
long enough to sav: 'Tee yest gettln
qMainted wlf trnnKey. not man's."

Traveling Man's Experience

66

An Ocala traveling man who rep represents
resents represents one of the largest wholesale
establishments in the state, says that
the opening of several of the phos phosphate
phate phosphate mines in upper Citrus county
has started things moving in that sec section
tion section at a more lively gait than for the
past eight months.

Mr. Claude C. Sims of Tampa was
registered at the Harrington last
night.
Having motor troubles? See Luckie
at Davies garage, N. Main street. 13

Go North by Sea

MERCHANTS i MINERS W 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.

MIn the summer of 1888 I had a very
severe attack of cholera morbus. Two
physicians worked over me from four
a. ra. to C p. m. without giving me any
relief and then told me they did not
expect me to live; that I had best tele telegraph
graph telegraph for my family. Instead of doing
so, I gave the hotel porter fifty cents
and told him to buy me a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, and take no sub substitute.
stitute. substitute. I took a double dose accord according
ing according to the directions and went to sleep
after the second dose. At five o'clock
the next morning I was called by my
order and took a train for my next
stopping point, a well man but feel feeling
ing feeling rather shaky from the severity of
the attack," writes II. W. Ireland,
Louisville, Ky. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
Tvyjj Ever Thus.
"All men crp allk. They're deceit deceitful
ful deceitful and Kelfifh." "How do you know?"
"A married fritnd of mine tcld me so
and v..-r.ifd m against all of them."
"But you're gcing to marry Fred." "Of
course 1 am. He's different." De Detroit
troit Detroit Free Press.

Tock Too Lo.-?3 to Reich It.
"I wouldn't Jairid my life's having
the last wcr.J." saM Mr. Uneck. "if

he would only hurry up tud cet tc
it!" Urj-inr-otl's.

Richness of Life.
In our friends the richness of life Is
proved to us by what we have gained;
In the faces in the street the rich richness
ness richness of life is proved to us by a hLat
of what we hare loM. Drowning.

M. IL WILLIAMS, J. C. KIRKLAND,
Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla. D. P. A., Tampa, Fla.
CHEAP EXCURSION
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Premier Carrier of the Fouth
TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1915

$4.00

ROUND TRIP RATES FROM
JACKSONVILLE
TO
AT LANTA $6.00 MACON
COLUMBIA $5.50

Tickets limited to reach Jacksonville, returning not later tlinn mid midnight
night midnight August 2nd, and are good on any reqailar train within limit.
Excursion train will leave Jacksonville for Macon and Atlanta 9:30
a. m. and for Columbia 9:40 a. m., JULY-27th.
Through coaches and pullman service. Special trains.
City Ticket Office Cor. Forsythe andllosan Sts. Jacksonville, i' Fla.
Phone Nos. BELL 743 and 4011 AUTOMATIC M 1713
F. B. PINSON, T. P. A. G. R. PETTIT, D. P. A..
Tampa, Florida. Jacksonville, Florida.

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17 New features in the
1915 Maxwell
The biggest automobile
value ever offered formless
than $1,000.
Powerful, fast, silent and
smoJth running. A superb,
fully equipped, real 5-passcn-ger
family automobile.
A car with a real high tension
magneto, sliding gear transmis transmission,
sion, transmission, left hand drive, center
control,' anti-skid tires on rear,
in fact it has
Praclically all the high
priced features of
high priced cars.
Come and let us take you rid riding
ing riding in the new 1915 Maxwell.
Holds lie road at 50 miles aa tour.
With Electric Starter and

Electric Lights $55 extra.

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R. R. CARROLL
AGENT FOR I RI0N COUNTS
OCALA, FLORIDA

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Teams For RentLIgIit and Heavy Hauling .t
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Packing, Storing, Shippin
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