FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JULY U, 1915
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEv.
Is Not as Apprehensive of the
IT 13 PROBABLE, HOWEVER, THAT THE liEXT NOTE WILL CONTAIN DEFINITE AIIII0UUCE-
MEHT OF AMERICAN INTENTIONS
Washington, July 14. The first of official
ficial official announcement of President Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's plans fo dealing with the sit situation
uation situation between Germany and the
United States came last night in a
telegram from Cornish, N. H., to Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Tumulty, saying that Presi President
dent President Wilson would return to Washing Washington
ton Washington soon and lay the entire subject
before his cabinet.
The message indicated that the
president had not yet arrived at a de decision
cision decision as to the American policy. Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Tumulty made public the text
of the telegram, which set at rest the
reports that the president had already
made up his mind on the German re
ply and that he did not view the sit
uation as seriously as high officials at
So far as can be gathered here, the
president will find his advisers prac practically
tically practically unanimous in the belief that
the crucial point in the correspon
dence with Germany, over submarine
warfare has arrived and that the next
note must convey more or less point pointedly
edly pointedly the purposes of the United
States in the event of further viola violations
tions violations of American rights in the war
PROBABLY WILL BE ORGANIZED
TO WORK OUT THE NATION NATIONAL
AL NATIONAL DEFENSE PROBLEM
Washington, July 14. The mobili mobilization
zation mobilization of the country's inventive
genius to aid the working out of prob problems,
lems, problems, as proposed by Secretary Dan Daniels
iels Daniels was discussed widely yesterday,
by officials of both the army and navy
and the selection of Thomas A. Edi Edison
son Edison as the head of the civilian advis advisory
ory advisory board met a unanimous approval.
Among the names that have been
suggested to Secretary Daniels as pos possible
sible possible members of the new board were:
Charles P. Steinmetz, one of the
world's authorities in electrical engi engineering;
neering; engineering; Huson Maxim, an inventor
and a maker of guns and explosives;
Orville Wright, an aeroplane expert;
Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor
of the telephone; Simon Lake, the
submarine inventor and Dr. John Hays
Hammond, Jr., a radio communication
ROUNDED UP A
BUNCH OF RUFFIANS
Assassins of Mr. and Mrs. Wyman
Have Been Indicted
Pensacola, Fla., July 14. Five men
were indicted here this morning in
connection with the murder near here
in June of Mr. and Mrs. ePter Wy Wy-man.
man. Wy-man. It is reported that Elder Mit Mitchell,
chell, Mitchell, one of the men, confessed and
implicated the others.
FOOL BREAKS OUT
Boston, July 14. A newspaper has
received an anonymous letter, in
which the writer signing himself a
German spy, threatens to kill the gov governor
ernor governor and blow up public buildings.
Diarrhoea Quickly Cured
"About two years ago I had a se severe
vere severe attack of diarrhoea which lasted
for over a week," writes W. C. Jones
Buford, N. D. "I became so weak that
I could not stand upright. A 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.
IMPORTANT CITY OF SALTILLO
TAKEN BY ONE OF HIS
San Antonio, July 14. The capture
of Saltillo, Mexico, by Carranza
forces is claimed in a message from
Nuevo Laredo, received by the Car Carranza
ranza Carranza consulate here this morning.
SILLIMAN REPORTS IMPROVE IMPROVEMENT
MENT IMPROVEMENT IN MEXICO CITY
Washington, July 14. Consul Sil Sil-liman
liman Sil-liman today reported from Vera Cruz
that Carranza will establish a wire wireless
less wireless station in Mexico City and thus
insure constant communication be between
tween between Mexico City and Vera Cruz.
Food stuffs are entering Mexico
City. Carranza will guarantee good
order and protection for foreigners.
AN AGREEMENT TO ARBITRATE
Shuts the Doors of the Labor Temple
of Janus in Chicago
Chicago, July 14. Complete labor
peace was in prospect here for the
first time in years, when it was an announced
nounced announced today that the painters and
metal workers have agreed to arbi arbitrate.
trate. arbitrate. PLOTS TO OVERTHROW
THE CHINESE REPUBLIC
Washington, July 14. Unofficial
advices to the state department today
said there were evidences of revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary plots in China.
Best People on Earth will Meet Next
Year in Baltimore
Los Angeles, July 14. Baltimore
was chosen over Atlanta for the 1916
national convention for the Elks. The
vote was 770 to 259.
MUST RELEASE MEAT
Formal Demand Made by State De Department
partment Department on Great Britain
Washington, July 14. The state
department announced today it will
formally request Great Britain to re release
lease release neutral meat cargoes now de detained.
tained. detained. ARMED FARMERS HAVE
SURROUNDED AN OUTLAW7
Madon, Ga.t July 14. A posse es estimated
timated estimated at several hundred farmers,
heavily armed, today surrounded the
house near Cochran of James Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, the negro accused of killing three
white men. The negro held the posse
at Bay according to latest reports.
Beauty More Than Skin Deep
A beautiful woman always has good
digestion. If your digestion is faultv.
Chamberlain's Tablets will do you
good. Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
If your motor is not giving you good
service see Luckie, at Davies' garage.
He'll fix it for you in record time at
reasonable rates. 13-3t
Result as Minor
AN INDIAN BASEBALL TEAM
WILL PLAY IN OCALA
Ocala baseball fans will see some-
thing unusual Thursday, Aug. 5,
when Green's Nebraska Indian base baseball
ball baseball team comes to this city for a
game with the home team.
These Indians are the real goods,
both in baseball and original Amer Americanism.
icanism. Americanism. Most of them have been at
the Carlisle government school; they
are well educated and highly civilized,
and play some of the fastest baseball
ever seen in the United States. They
are competent to stand up again the
average big league team, so our fans
must not forget the date.
The Indian team is now touring
Georgia. It will play a couple of
games in Jacksonville during the first
week in August, and by pulling the
stringe real hard Manager Hunter
induced them to make a date for(
Ocala. Mr. Hunter lived for four
years in Nebraska, near the reserva reservation
tion reservation of the tribe, and knows what the
team can do.
To show what the Indians can do,
during last season, the team played
128 games. Of these they won an
even hundred, lost twenty-five and
According to the Opinion of So-Called
Alienist Case Draws Near
New York, July 14. The state
rested late yesterday in the sanity
trial of Harry K. Thaw and the case
will go to the jury today. John Stanch Stanch-field,
field, Stanch-field, chief counsel for Thaw, announc announced
ed announced that no new witnesses would be
called for his client.
Dr. Austin Flint, an alienist testify testifying
ing testifying for the state, yesterday told the
court while he was on the witness
stand he thought Thaw was trying to
hypnotize him. Judge Hendrick re regarded
garded regarded the alienist with some interest
and then asked if Flint really be believed
lieved believed Thaw was trying the so-called
hypnotic powers. Dr. Flint re repeated
peated repeated his belief with great empha emphasis,
sis, emphasis, declaring Thaw stared at him
for fifteen minutes. The court's gav gavel
el gavel was used vigorously to restore or order.
der. order. Dr. Amos T. Baker, asistant sup superintendent
erintendent superintendent of the insane asylum and
Dr. Raymond F. C. Kieb, a physician
at Matteawan, both testified they be believed
lieved believed Thaw insane and that he was
suffering from constitutional inferiori inferiority
ty inferiority with a paranoiac trend.
The Ladies Missionary Society of
the Presbyterian church will meet
with Mrs. G. S. Scott Thursday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 4 o'clock. All members
bring July savings.
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
Have you tried those delicious Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
p.R IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
FBiiiv Flf HTlMf If! If'
V rilDl..TATp FARM rppf 11 rnnir
i ?iL fll I A n il Mil i
MILITIA HELD READY III
Macon, Ga., July 11. The members
of three companies of Georgia militia.
who were held in readiness at their
armories here throughout the night,
awaiting orders to proceed to Mil Mil-ledgeville,
ledgeville, Mil-ledgeville, to protect Leo Frank, were
allowed to return to their homes or
business this morning. The militia
was assembled last night on orders
of the adjutant-general in Atlanta,'
who stated that reports had been re received
ceived received of the possibility of an attempt
to take Frank from the state farm. 1
All was quiet last night at Milledge
BOARD OF TRADE
All Members Try to Attend the Meet Meeting
ing Meeting this Evening
If yo-i are a member of the Board
of Trade, remember that you can help
out the public welfare by being pres present
ent present at the meeting this evening.
Will BE A
Ocala People Who Go to Clearwater
Will Have Plenty or Enter Entertainment
tainment Entertainment (Clearwater Sun, l.'ith)
Last night in the office of Marshall
& Brandon quite a number of baseball
enthusiasts met and begun outlining
arrangements for entertaining the
Ocala baseball team and their friends
who expect to come to Clearwater
next Monday to spend the week.
It was decided to arrange for a gala
time and call it "Ocala Week."
R. K. Brandon was named as finan financial
cial financial manager and Mersrs. Charles
Oesterie, Ot. Daugherty and J. W.
Williamson were selected as a pro program
gram program and entertainment committee.
A large crowd is expected, to be
here from Ocala.
It'wns arranged to h"ve the first
game of ball on Mondy, July 1I anil
continue all the week.
The program committee is arrang arranging
ing arranging for a free entertainment every
There will be band concerts, street
dancing, free movies, picnics at the
island and surf bathing.
Reduced railroad rates on the A. C
L. and on the T. & G. C. railways will
A. J. Moore of the Cut Price Store
is among the large contributors to the
expense fund. He is taking a deep
interest in making the week's pro program
gram program as interesting as possible and
it is his hope that, arrangements may
be made for keeping the picture the theaters
aters theaters open free of charge every night.
SATURDAY IN THE
Designated by United Commercial
Travelers as Ocala Day
Mr. Chas. A. Faircloth of the Flor Florida
ida Florida National Bank of Gainesville
writes to Mr. T. T. Munroe of this
city that the Gainesville Lodge of
United Commercial Travelers has
designated Saturday next as Ocala
day. Traveling men, and other men,
from Ocala on that date will bo spe specially
cially specially welcome, and made to feel that
the town and pa.t of the suburbs be belong
long belong to them.
ITS A FAVORITE WITH OCA LANS
A letter to the Star from Clearwa Clearwater
ter Clearwater brings the information that the
Verona Inn, much in favor with Ocala
people, will make a special rate of $10
a week to our people during the stay
of our baseball team in that town.
Luckie, at Davies, burns the carbon
out of your cylinders while you wait.
See him. 13-.1t
Don't fail to ask us about our speci special
al special price on stationery. The Court
Another fresh shipment of Triola
sweets just in at Gerig's. tf.
MACON To T
OF A MOB
FOURTEEN MINUTES DELIBER DELIBERATION
ATION DELIBERATION BY THE JURY SET
HARRY THAW FREE
(Special to the Star)
New York, July 14. 2:51 p. m. The
Thaw case went to the jury at 2:50
New York, July 14, 3:01 n. m.
The jury declared Thaw sane.
JUDGE WILL DECIDE FRIDAY
New York, July 14, 3:3. p. m.
Judge Hendricks reserves his decis decision
ion decision as to the disposition of Thaw, and
will render a final decision Friday.
WORK III JUNE
SUNK FORTY-TWO ALLIED
SHIPS BUT TOOK LIVES OF
VERY FEW SAILORS
( As-toclat-d Press)
Berlin, July 14. It is semi-officiaf-ly
announced that German submar submarines
ines submarines sank forty-two allied merchant merchantmen
men merchantmen during June, with slight los3 of
life, because the submarines used
It is also announced that Sweden,
backed by Norway and Denmark, has
protested to- Great Britain against
molestation of commerce.
Bay I,ake, July 13. Mrs. C. E
Ergle has returned to her hom at
Island Grove after spending a week
with her cousin. Miss Othella Cassels.
Messrs. E. Wilson and Robertson
had the misfortune to lose their
horses last week. There are quite a
number of sick horses in the neigh
Miscs Edith, Ethel and Lenard
Kingsley returned to Citra after
spending several days with relatives.
Mr. T. B. and Miss Mattie Waldron
were callers in Citra Thursday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mr. Perkins of Ocala was a busi business
ness business caller in Bay Lake Friday.
Mr. J. W. Melton of Citra was a
recent cnller in Bay Lake.
Mr. Peyton Bailey of Ocala motor motored
ed motored over to Orange Springs Friday,
trtking.with him from Bay Iake Mrs.
G. W. Kingsley and daughter, Miss
Othella and Misses Donnie and Mat Mat-t?e
t?e Mat-t?e Waldron.
Messrs. I. B. and Bailey Waldron
p.nd Mike Cassels attended the rifle
meeting at Fort McCoy Thursday
Messrs. D. M. Waldron, G. W.
Kingsley, E. Hinson and Mike Cas Cassels
sels Cassels drove quite a number of catt'e
eve- to Burbank Friday.
TiaJe at Gerig's
Ocala'.s bort drug
Try one of tf".os frosted p!r.l3 nf
Pabst's Blue Rill-.r at Johr nv s. ti
Having motor troubles? See Luckie
at Davies garage, N. Main street. 13
Use Nyal's iamuy remedies. All
good good for all. Sold by Annex
Drug Store. lC-tf
You have mosquitos? We have the
chaser. Court Pharmacy. Ct.
ITALIANS r.uC M m m Aim mils PREPAR-
,hl"yDVA!ICE III THE EAST
London, July 14. The battle line in
France is furnishing for the moment
the only news of pronounced military
activity. The German struggle for
Verdun is regarded here as on in
earnest, with assaults on both the
Argonne and WToevre fronts. The
French report that they have checked
the. German crown prince in the
ITALIAN AIRMEN ACTIVE
Rome reports the situation on the
Austro-Italian front unaltered. A
brief official statement chronicling
only a raid by. Italian airmen on a
large camp near Gorizia, which is de
clared to have been successful.
The latest Austrian statement says
there have been several artillery en
gagements, and an Italian infantry
attack was 'repulsed near Redipuglia.
STRENGTHENING DEFENSES OF
THE BIG CITY
German engineers are strengthen strengthening
ing strengthening the defenses of Constantinople on
a huge scale, according to dispatches
MACKENSEN WILL SOON MOVE
In the east the operations are en
tering a new phase, the Russians hav having
ing having been successful in their counter
offensive against the Austrians in the
region of Krasnik are apparently
waiting for the Austro-Germans to
move. Thi3 is not expected to be long
delayed as Gen. von Mackensen has
had time to receive reinforcements
HANG IN THE
"The Balkan situation is again at attracting
tracting attracting attention as a result of the
disclosures that the Austro-Germans
have offered Rumania alternative con concessions
cessions concessions to either remain neutral or
join the Germanic allies. Confidence
is expressed in British, French and
Italian circles that the Balkan states
will, not join the Austro-Germans, but
it is considered likely that they may
imain neutral as a result of the fail failures
ures failures Russia to hold" Galicia and
TOOK OVER MILE OF TRENCHES
Berlin, July 14. It is officially, an announced
nounced announced today the Germans yester yesterday
day yesterday captured French positions in the
Argonne for the width of one and one
eighth miles and for the depth of a
third of a mile, and stormed hill num number
ber number 285, taking 2500 prisoners and
two field cannon. They also render rendered
ed rendered eight cannon useless.
OTTOMANS ARE SHY ON AM.MU AM.MU-NITION
NITION AM.MU-NITION London, July 14. From the Bal Balkans
kans Balkans come rumors that Turkey is
anxious to make peace. While this is
unconfirmed,. British newspapers pro
fess to believe it true. They point
out that Turkey lacks ammunition,
since Rumania refused to pass am ammunition
munition ammunition from Germany through her
IMPORTANT SUCCESS FOR THE
Geneva, Switzerland, July 14. The
Italians have captured two miles of
Austrian trenches in the Carnic Alps,
according to press dispatches today
from Villacha, an Austrian town near
ADVANCE OF GERMANS HEAD HEAD-.
. HEAD-. ED OFF
Paris, July 14. It is officially an
nounced this afternoon that the Ger
man attacks in the Argonne have
been definitely stopped.
Houses for rent on Daugherty
street, aH modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to A. G. Gates at Gates Gar Garage.
age. Garage. 15-tf
!i iiiiiLisyyiiu .11 uuoiiu u
Excellent Ad rice Given by Myron T.
Herrick at Meeting of National
Hot Springs, Va., July 14. Myron
T. Herrick, former ambassador to
France, addressing the convention of
the National Fertilizer Association
here today, urged the establishment
of independent cooperative organiza organizations
tions organizations among the farmers. He said
that agricultural progress is not keep
ing pace with the expansion of indus industry
try industry and population, but declared the
American farmers, having taken ad advantage
vantage advantage of education, were the most
capable in the world.
PICNIC AT COOTER POND
The Star is requested to announce
a picnic and barbecue at Cooler Pond
on the Marion and Levy line Sept. II.
County division will be discussed and
people from all the country near are
expected to be present.
PUNISHED ARMY OF
THE CROWN PRINCE
In Spite of Deadly Gases, French Won
a Victory In the Argonne
Paris, July 14. A check to the Ger
man Crown Prince's army in the Ar Argonne
gonne Argonne forest and the forced retirement
of the Germans before an energetic
counter attack by the French, are de
scribed in last night's official French
communication. The Germans are
said to have attacked with a heavy
force after the preliminary bombard bombardment,
ment, bombardment, in which asphyxiating gases
STRIKE CAUSED BY
Threatens to Tie Up the Remington
Arms Plant in Connecticut
Bridgeport, Conn., July 14-Wal-
ter J. Ponfield, head of the Reming Remington
ton Remington .Arms Co., today said the strike
at their plant here, which threatens
to involve several thousand workers,
was the work of German sympathiz sympathizers.
ers. sympathizers. Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most -faithful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
AN OCALA CITIZEN
COSIES TO THE FRONT
Tells His Friends and Neighbor! Of
Every Ocala resident should read
what a neighbor says. His testimony
can be relied upon. Here are his own
C. F. Hayes, 703 S. Orange SL.
Ocala sajs: "X think that heavy lift lifting
ing lifting caused my kidneys to become
weakened. 1 sufferel greatly from
severe pains lncny back and I was of often
ten often so stiff and lame that I could
hardly work. I also had severe
headaches. Doan's Kidney Pills gae
me more relief than all the other med medicines
icines medicines I had taken put together. I
have had no occasion to take any kid kidney
ney kidney medicine since, as the benefit nan
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the gama
that .Mr. Hays had. Foster-Mliburn
Co., Props., EuiJalo, N. Y. Ad. C
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTING ER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., po.stcffice as second da-- matter
One year, in advance $5.00
Six' months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance 1.25
One month, in advance .50
iti.o ,ld-lc n,i of P.i--,xham" is,
jhw narrow us views and shallow its
j information, and how 'ready it is to
f appeal to the mo-t unworthy pre prejudice,
judice, prejudice, and we will close this article
jby asking them if they think they
can put any dependence in the argu argu-,
, argu-, m-nts of .such a paper when it has
I such an obviously large ax to grind.
! IF INNOCENT, WHY NOT
j TELL ALL ABOUT IT?
One year, in advance.
Six month?, in
Three 'month:-;, in
One month, in advance.
A FEW THINGS FOR
THE COURIER TO CONSIDER
j Ju.-t as we were getting ready to
; writf something like the following, ;
?.?) jalonr comes Uncle Joe Dixon of the j
1.25 Lakeland Telegram and says what i
2.25 w"tre going to say, only better: j
.80 j "We never could understand why a I
j man arrested for a crime, and, know-
in- himself to be perfectly innocent,;
Repairs May Sm:i Made to
Much-Cur.-ed PiVce of Road
Rdir-viVw. Juv 12. Mrs. Caroline
Moorh-a : c:ine down on July 1st to
h"!d a car ning demonstration but it it-rained
rained it-rained all morning and she had to
give it up.
'apt. ham Pyles was in town Sat
.iitT tne road oetv
L-IIevjew and Lake Weir. Th
ot road certainly needs eek
,,f-r to it as it is almcGair.es
Prof. A. B. Conn
end Msiiin- Mrjyf.t Prof. II. P.
vi!V af th" ?v?"(.A ihf mm-
B'dlview school for
m, commencing in Sep-
from two to t!-,w r-.t. -. i lY diminish h
If there was any logical reason for
Mr. Benjamin (the name has a de decided
cided decided Hebrew sound) of -the Ocala
Star to oppose the formation of
Bloxham county upon the lines and
methods of the people that will con constitute
stitute constitute said county, we would glrdly
concede to the "delightful old gentle gentleman"
man" gentleman" the right to peddle his worth worthless
less worthless and erroneous literature in this:
section at the price which the mon mon-ied
ied mon-ied opponents have agreed to pay
him for the twaddle. No sooner In nil i
the legislature passed the bill grant j we.-t Marion and i;a-t
ing tne people of this section the i set up a count of
ricrht to form n muniv on,l t . 'J
themselves, than The old nlu-uHv l16'1. .to" the
of the Star came bounding into the! Paking cXdeplorably ignorant,
ford and Willis than Willis and S? af-! htri'1 "nut UP like a clam at the 1
ford have been to Jews ;-in l his lawyer when asked -to r
However, the editor of the Star is
not H .low. rr.f in tV, -. 1
a Jew. His ancesto
ica from flngland, some with the the 'l"ht flf l,u!,Iic
m I -.1. to his ra,f or vi-r.i'
, ; ly !iminish hL-'
o, anui yTnimccnt man need
jthe facts for publication and
least related to!
i-ir.-.t. rt ijpicmou secre
Jfhn Hafne-. who ha? been
:ir. Belleview his horne for f ev-1
eral years, ce mmitted suicide by i
have been Amt
don't know where
irom, nut if we
ji. i us.ii'-i.'i, i .iT'iaM or !"""" i
woulrl not be in our opinion
hanging last Wednesday morning. I
Fhe cireum -tar.ces as learned are Mr.,
TTmfrcr h-Ai bi on worrvini? over a few!
for acquittal.! :.,! tfrc. tnt his broth
er Mr. Adam Ilafner. did r.ot think
jinnocent man iit.o ,n ... . r 1 v ,Um
i(..(ri! f,in- t x i uni jr .... .lurvi'.n its nc
' V .ill! It (' 1.11 . . . hA
. .ilt.self. a-" 1110 llifner
'H i nrui iet ali tne workl Know
u t iu:s came
:new they came from
ment v.hv th'
neau up ana tail over
dash board," pawing and kicking at
everything in and out of sight. "It
xanes money to make the old
know that Benjamin is
Hebrew name than
T . r t i :
or lemiei, .lames or ,ionn, or
go, is an old but true adage, and the LMiiy others m common ue among
Star should find no trouble in merypno.ji.li ..,(-.! U-r neonlo 'n fact, the
and wife and Mr. John Ilaf
ner had been planning for quite a
while to go to
ing current expenses during
county division campaign. W
The Courier aspires toyfY' "f
ficial origan" nf Rlvl, U 1S man-
and we are infoXd that the edltor"
ial work on Undone by Jasper Wil Willis,
lis, Willis, both 0yhch gentlemen hope to
profit hy by the creation of the
new unty of Bloxham, and do not
seem to be particular what sort of
statements they make in trying to
hrinfr' about that result. The above
English of the sixteenth century,
when the middle elates began to
adopt surnames, took theirs largely
from the Scriptures, aTid they have
! remained with their descendants all
over America ever since. If it be the
policy of the Courier to sneer at
Hebrew names, it cm find more of
them among its neighbors than it
has type to set.
The allegations of the Courier that
the Star is being paid fo its argu arguments
ments arguments against county d'.ds.ion cm-
is quite a fair specimen of what thejanate from ps own COrript imagina
Courier considers argument and jour- tjoru The Star opposes division be be-nalism.
nalism. be-nalism. I cause it considers it its duty to its
The Star respectfully asks the peo-jcounty an( jts fr;ends to do so. We
pie of Marion and Levy counties, j (jQ not nov whether fhe Courier has
what has the name of the editor ofany jtjea 0f performing an unpaid for
the Star, or the name of any other I duty or not, but we should not charge
man, to do with the question of coun-jjt witn celling its opinion unless we
fully, as clearly and as quickly
possil.le. we can very wen un
fit-! stand, though, how the man who
is not innocent, but very much wants
to be acquitted, will put a stopper on
his mouth for fear that he may give
himself away or so tangle himself in
contradictions that the various parts
of his case won't hang together. Such
a man does well to say nothing and
leave to his lawyer to construct as
best ne can a meory mat wni pun, ha,j pri.par0(1 l,reakfas:t,
him through by some one or more of ap)1 ffCttjn no answer
ty division? What bearing has it on
the subject, and what reputable or
sensible journalist would refer to it
in the manner the Courier has?
If the editor of the Star was a
Jew, he would not be in the least
ashamed to own it. The Jews were
among the civilized peoples of the
earth when the ancestors of Stafford
and Willis ate raw meat, wore skins
and used the skulls of their enemies
for drinking cups. We derive our
religion and much of our law from
the Jews. The ten commandments
were handed by Jehovah to a Jew, the
founder of the religion that Stafford
and Willis profess to believe in was a
Jew, and among refined and tolerant
people it is considered unjust to per
secute and bad taste to sneer at a
Jew. We are willing to bet, if the
truth were known, that Jews have
been more just and generous to Staf-
had absolute proof of the fact. If
the Courier has any evidence that the
Star has ever been paid to oppose
the creation of Bloxham county, let
it produce the proof. The Star has
never asked nor accepted pay for its
editorial opinion, and any statement
to the contrary, made by the Courier
or anybody else, is a lie out of whole
cloth. And if anybody doesn't like
this last little remark of ours, we pre presume
sume presume that he knows what to do.
Personally, the editor of the Star
does not care two cents if the Willis Willis-ton
ton Willis-ton Courier adve.rtises him as a
Chinese or a Hottentot, and the Star,
which lias been with the people of
Marion county twenty years, can very
well afford to disregard charges
made by a mushroom sheet. We have
gone into the matter simply and sole solely
ly solely to show the people of Marion and
Levy counties what sort of a journal
those ingenious devices which the
gentlemen of the bar know so well I
how to employ. j
"The Mendenhall case is an in instance
stance instance in point. Mendenhall asserts
his absolute innocence of the murder
of Mrs. Eliot and her daughter. If
that is true, every part of his state statement
ment statement concerning it would be consis consistent
tent consistent with every other part and with
extraneous facts, and he should be
glad to tell the whole story and give
it the widest publicity through the
press. No innocent man can trip
himself up by such a method; no
guilty man would dare to employ it if
his lawyer forbade him, for mystery
is the mother of doubt; and the more
mystery the more doubt; and the
more doubt the better chance of ac-
"If Mendenhall is innocent, it would
be good policy for him to tell the re reporters
porters reporters all the facts without reserve
and we note from a news item in the
papers that it is said he will make
such a statement before his case goes
GAME WITH GAINESVILLE
HAS BEEN POSTPONED
The baseball game with Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, partly arranged for next Friday,
has been indefinitely postponed. It is
likely, however, that the Ocala team
will visit the University City later in
Pennsylvania to a
family reunion but a few days pre previous
vious previous to his death Mr. John Hafner
decided r.ot to go. Then arrange arrangements
ments arrangements were made for his comfort.
Iist Wednesday, ju.t two days be before
fore before Mr. Adam Hafner and wife were
to leave, Mr. John Hafner decided to
end his earthly troubles. Mr. Haf Hafner
ner Hafner got up as usual and did up the
chores and when Mrs. Adam Hafner
brother-in-law, she called her hus husband,
band, husband, who had not ri-en, to get up ard
hunt John. After looking all over
the jlace Mr. Adam Ilafner found
Mr. John Hafner's body hanging at
the end of a rope in the loft of the
barn. Mr. Hafner says he knew that
John was dead, so he left him and
went for the trial justice, Mr. L. L.
Hopkins. Judge Hopkins with the
assistance of others, took down the
body. The remains were turned over
to Mclver & MacKay to prepare for
burial. Instead' of going to New York
by boat last Friday, Mr. and Mrs.
Adam Hafner will leave today, Mon Monday,
day, Monday, July 12th, with the body of Mr.
John Hafner, going by rail to Penn Pennsylvania,
sylvania, Pennsylvania, where he has three wives
and two children buried. Mr. Ilafner
is survived by his brother here and
three brothers in Pennsylvania.
We have learned that the district
superintendent of the St. Johns river
conference has written the people of
the Methodist church here that their
pastor, Rev. A. B. McDonald, who is
on a vacation in Indiana, has notified
the superintendent that he (McDon (McDonald)
ald) (McDonald) would not return to the Belle-
ever stop to think of the power of co-operation of the strength men
e when they pull together?
Take the marketing of citrus fruit, for instance It would be an impossible
tiling for any one grower whose jjrove contains but a few acres to hire mn to
represent him in the leading markets. Even it would burden the growers of
one community or one county to employ such men in any considerable number
of markets to look after the sale of their fruit.
Yet the growers of the entire State of Florida can engage competent salesmen
to look after their interests in every city of any size in the country at a cost of
only a very few cents a box on the fruit of any of them. By getting together
in a truly co-operative way, the citrus ffuit producers market their crops them themselves
selves themselves instead of trusting to commission men and speculators
It is the same thing in the advertising of Florida fruit. Any one grower or any
single community of growers would find the cost of an adequate advertising
campaign to be prohibitive. But by getting together in the matter with the
growers of other communities m every county of the State, a grove owner may
have his fruit advertised all over the country for only a few cents a box.
The Florida Citrus Exchange is a co operative body. It is entirely controlled
and managed by the growers who are its members. Any director representing
them, on the local association board, the Sub-Exchange board or the central
hoard for the State, may be recalled by the growers who elected him, at any
time they choose. There are no stockholders in the Exchange and there is no
possibility of profit on its operations to any individual except as he participates
in profitable marketing of his frut just as every other member may.
The most aggressive sales force of any in the citrus fruit field is maintained by
the Florida Citrus Exchange. Yet such is the power of co-operation that in the
past year the entire operating expenses for selling purposes was less than ten
cents a box. The Exchange conducts a nation-wide advertising campaign to
introduce Florida oranges and grapefruit to the consuming public yet such is
the power of co-operation that this advertising costs the individual citrus fruit
grower only three cents a box.
Last year the Florida Citrus Exchange shipped more than twice as much fruit
as any other marketing agency in the State. It shipped as much fruit as the
five largest other marketing agencies combined. So that a given amount per
box expended by the Exchange for selling or advertising does more than twice
as much work as the same number of cents charged by any other marketing
agency four or five times as much as the same sum expended by most others.
Now is the time to join the Exchange and get full value for the money you pay
for selling your fruit.
We must remember that war has
gotten beyond the shotgun period.
About 80 per cent of our people
don't want to remember it.
Come to us
and Iresliest Dni9S,
nulmk ti ill
fix. -f t i i i
Rev. J. R. Herndon of Cleveland,
Tenn., has accepted the call extended
to him by the congregation of the
Presbyterian church in this city, and
with his family will arrive in the
early fall to take charge of the
Instead of the unwarranted attack
upon State Senator Blitch, who post posted
ed posted the people of the proposed county
of Bloxham concerning the meeting
held in the office of Col. Duval behind
closed doors, it would have been much
more commendable for the Ocala Star
to have published the proceedings of
that meeting on the day it was held.
S illiston Courier.
The Star has not made any attack,
warranted or unwarranted, on Sen Senator
ator Senator Blitch. Mr. Blitch said he was
lin Ocala June 2lst, when he wasn't
in fifteen miles of the town. If we
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your virder will have
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Vc? Miop.
rm .j : j
Blood poisoning is a thing much to be feared.
Dress even your slight wound with' our anti antiseptic
septic antiseptic bandages. They, too, are absolutely nec necessary
essary necessary when baby is born.
Buy what you need in the drug line when you
need it from us, and you will get it RIGHT.
4nti-Monopoly Breg Store.
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
"WE TAKE CARE"
had said we attended a meeting in
Williston June 21, when we hadn't
been anv nearer Williston than Cot-
itage Hill, and anybody caught us with
! the goods on, we wouldn't say any anything
thing anything about attacks, or expect any any-Jbody
Jbody any-Jbody to believe anything else we said,
unless we could produce corrobor corrobor-jative
jative corrobor-jative evidence. As for the meeting
in Mr. Duval's office, we can't tell
any more than we have, without in-
Ij venting something. There were about
a dozen solid citizen of northwest
Marion present, and if they do not
corroborate the Star, we will set 'em
up. The best thing for the Courier
to do will be to fake up a story of
what took place at the meeting.
Mclver & MacKay
PHONES 47, 101, 303
TRY our Fresh Meat it vill
please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
Also fine line of Groceries.
GO H ,1
For the further information of the
Star the Courier will say that it was
tht insistence of its editor that
c- i Ti:,.u 4i l
j his letter in our issue of la?t week
.-and tn lr t:arge mat it was an ai ai-j
j ai-j vertisement is not only untrue, hut a
T2 'direct thrust at the truth in real bad
f",fiith for the purpoe presumably to
. 'i i deceive the people. Williston Cour-
has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
CAS IIANCJE and a
WATER HEATER. The
cooking and cleaning on
Long Hot Days
are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM HELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bill.
view and Candler charge. The super
intendent states in his letter that he t
has a young man that he is sonding to
fill out the year.
Mr. I'ennie Shedd was the only one j X
from Pelleview to take advantage cf .:
the July 4th excursion to South Caio- :
lira. Hennie went to Beaufort to visit;
his mother, who has been visiting
her brother, Rev. Hubert Nolan, fori v
several months. j ..
Mr. O. M. Oale and his son Kay Kay-mond
mond Kay-mond made a business trip to Man Manatee
atee Manatee county last week.
Judge L. L. Hopkins and Mr. Adam
Hafner spent Saturday in Ocala pro
bating the will of the late John Ilaf Ilafner.
ner. Ilafner. Mr. Louis Weihe took them up
in his Reo. J
Several from Relleview attended j
the funeral of Mr. Davis at Summer-
field Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Freeman Hames left last
Thursday for Petersburg, Va., to
work for the Dupont Towder, Co.
The Baptist Sunday school here
went over to Pedro in wagons Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning to attend a union meet
ing at Pedro P.aptist church. Ther?
was to be all day service and dinner'
en the grounds.
Mr. Lindsey has finished his hou.
out on his farm and has moved hi.;
Mrs. A. L. Notl Is very sick. W?
hope she will soon be out again.
Miss Pearl Proctor and brother
Virgil, of Orlando, are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Weihe for a few
Mrs. W. J. Fant, Jr is contem-1
This is our
Manufactured for the prescng cf
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Bc!rg
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding1.
ii.can not wear cr .tear.
it A't the woili
Ocala Steam Laundry
Call and mi
402-404 South .Main St.
rTR n i ir i
CAPITAL STOCK 550,000.00.
State, County and City Depository.
OUR BE OS 5S
plating a course of treatment at th-
hospital to relieve hr suffering.
For plumbi.ig and electrical work
see II.- W. Tucker. Phone 3uG f
Traveling Man's Experience
The editor of the Courier insisted
little too much. We wouldn't be
(surprised if he coined the entire story
I J himself. The friends of Senator
f J j Blitch are reluctant to believe that
Ml he would say he had been in Ocala
i 1 1 June 21 when he hadn't leen in a
! dozen miles of the town. If he did
make such a statement, he has no
j ; right to "expect the people to believe
anvthing he says.
Having motor troubles? See Luckie
at Davies garage, N. Main street. 13
III IIVIUUJWW W"1" IIWHIIH" n
"In the summer of I hr.d a very J
severe attack of cholera morbus. Two
physicians worked over me from four j
a. m. to I p. m. without giving me any j
relief arid then told me they did not t
expect me to live; that I had best tele-
graph for my family. Instead of dorng j
iso, 1 gave tne notel porter iiuy cents ;
'and told him to buy m1 a 1 ottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and ;
Diarrhoea Remedy, and take no sub- j
stitute. I took a double do-? accord- j
ing to the directions and wt-r.t to sdeep ;
after the second do.-e. At five o'clock j
the next morning I was called by my i
order and took a train for my next i
stopping point, a well man but fee!-
Ir.g rather s-hakv from the severity cf
the attack," writes II. W Ireland, ST. PETERSBURG
Iyjuisville, Ky. Obtainable every- :
where. Adv. A
SEE 'lllr. t'ARM on tvP ?:t..r
Springs road which f urns-r. the J
Nature and science rwmbine to make it wo. Every precaution ia taken to
protect it fron contamination while it jto throuzh the processes which re result
sult result in a cuhe cf glistening gcodnes.
Full wt-icht and to'btfactory ctvire go w;lh this rood ice of our a. Let c
hate your custom--we deserve it.
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.
Hq0 f 5ct fi
Merchant's ( afe rvry r!:.y
fresh vegetf le.-, miJk ri?.d egg.
Benefited by Chamln-rlain's Liniment
to return to and including
"Last winter I used Chamberlain's
Liniment for Theumatie p lins. stiff stiffness
ness stiffness and soreness of the knees, and
can conscientiously say that I never
used anvthing that did me so much
l "f I I r l'l V V "V" I
Obtainable everywhere. Adv. I
Ti r.' t-: sold for all regular trains, good
JL LV 22nd. 1913.
1:0 A. M. 1:17 P.M. 4:30P.M.
train only for Tampa.)
C. 'A: PHILLIPS, A. fl. P. A. JOHN BOISSEAU, C. T. A
Jacksonville, Fla. n' f
OCALA 0 5TA& VVKDNrvSHAV, JULY II. 19 15
fT t f' f-'
a ii I X i
PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY
Or. a t
1 (If you have H
I Mir L
POISON Kalcm two-red story of the food fakers in co-operation
uith I'rof. Lew in 15. AUyn of Ihe Ladies' World Pure I'ood Movement.
CHARLIE CHAPLIN in "IN 'I II H PA K It's a Comedy.
THE TCPN OF THK W HF.LLS. & A. Drama, featuring Richard
I ATI IK ni-:vs.
ADMISSION: From .5:.1 Ofo 10:30. FIVE AND TEN CENTS
the deal for that real est a te has been 'o--ed and the o:ity thin?;
yet to do is to see if the title is lifiod. Marion county has -l t 1R0
deed records and 1.1 mortgage records ard rf of misce!Iano-:ji rec records,
ords, records, or about 1G0.000 pages of record matter and among these is
the record history of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man knows
that he has got it all.
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
Premier Carrier of the South
TUESD4Y, JULY 2
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM
ATLANTA $6.00 MACON $4.00
Tickets limited to reach Jacksonville, returning not later than mid midnight
night midnight August 2nd, and are good on any regular train within limit.
Excursion train will leave Jacksonville for Macon and Atlanta D:30
a. m. and for Columbia 9:40 a. m., JULY 27th.
Through coaches and pullman service. Special trains.
City Ticket Oflice Cor. Forsvthe andHosran Sts. Jacksonville, Fla.
Phone Nos. BELL 743 and 10 11 AUTOMATIC M 1743
F. B. PINSON. T. P. A. G. R. PETTIT, D. P. A..
Tampa, Florida. Jacksonville. Florida.
See That Your
M. R. WILLIAMS, J.
Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla.
;?rffcr 'vci? fsi?rnrr5rf-?
Strength, Tower, Accomplishment are all Typified in S. S. S.
"Some blood disorders Wome deex-ly e'iTr.fr.ated from their preence
rooted in the glands ami tissues. aj?J the j Then, too. S. S. S. has suet
misiaKe is mane or reporting to drastic
drugs. These only ajrprravate by causing
other and worse troubles. A host of peo people
ple people know this to ha true. They know
from painful experience.
To get right down into where the Mood
Is vitiated requires S. P. S. tho greatest
blood purifier ever discovered.
This remarkable remedy contain? one
ingredient, the active purpose of which U
to stimulate the tissues to the healthy
selection of its own essential nutriment
and the medicinal elements of this match matchless
less matchless blood ptirifier are just as essential to
well balanced health as the nutritious
elements of the meats, grains, fats and
sugars of our daily food.
Mot only this, but if from the presence
of some disturbing poison there is a local
or general interference of nutrition to
cause boils, ccrbuncles. abbesses and
kindred troutTes, S. S. S. so directs t'ne J
local cells that this poison is rejected and J
oca la. fla-
OF THE SOUTH
D. P. A., Tampa, Fla.
jm m r- m w m
.mm wta u
stimulation on these local cells :is to pre-
t"TV," tl--ir tnntli ll Ti-olfi.m nn.l n r.frr.fr'
r-lative assistance to each other.
Ir. a very brief time S. S. S. has the
reconstructive rwess s un.ler control
that remarkable changes are obseved. All
tri;j live places heal. n:trious ains and
aches hare disarpeare'i. and from head to
foot there fs a. conscioys Kn.-iitiuii of rs-
i rom ti e fact that S. S. S. is purely
fl liOtin'cnl nri'rs.irjitir,n ? 5c: r rriTitKl liv
the weakest stomaeh'and ha. creat tonio
ir.fluenco. Kot one dro cf drutrs or
minerals is used In its preparation. Ask
f-T S S. s. ana irstst upr-n having it.
.inI If you oes-ro skillful a-lvu-e ui.-n any
natter coneernintr the MoM an.T skin.
write to The Svriit Specific Co., 205 Swift
zealous clerk to larrup the atmosphere la
eloquence over sotneth hit; "Just a3 jrood"
u$ S. S. S. i2cWuris e ir-counterfelts.
i -.Hz. -niariia. j o not uiinw soma
Thought for the L-y
Hold on to your hand when w, H
! about to do an unkind act.
! Hold on to your tongue when you
are just ready to speak harshly.
1 Hold on to your heart when evil
persons invite you to join their ranks.
Hold on to your virtue it is above
all price to you in all times and
I Hold on to your foot when you are
t on the point of forsaking the path of
Hold on to the truth, for it will
! serve you well, and do you pood J
i tnro'Jirr.o'jt eternity.
j Hold on to your temper when you j
iare excited, or antrrv. or r.thers are I
angrv with vou.
j Hold on to your good
for it is and ever will be
on Homi by
Thp fr!!o'.v!n rr from lh nn of Mr
Frank Jpnnint- of Jacksonville, whkh
won fifth prize. ? for th .Taek?op.- i
jviHc Woman's Club.
interest bv the friends in this section;
of the gifted writer, who was a dis-!
tinguished Fepaker at the Occda t
Woman's Club last spring: j
Home is a cooperative establish establishment
ment establishment which has for its foundation,
It is walled, about with purity and
iitue and is furnished with mutnr.i
ninWstanding and forbearance.
atmosphere is kindliness and hospi hospitality
tality hospitality and its covering is the mani!o
Round about is a garden whre
ideals are planted and seeds of char-
acter are sown. Here happy children
play, garnering the flowers of char-
j acter which, in turn, implant new
i germs of beauty in their souls. Then.
; deftly molded by the invisible hands
; of environment, the master warder.
they go forth into the world a finih-
ed product, bearing gifts of citb.cr.-
j ship to make better all mankind, ard
: returning whence they came, brirg
j much store of courage and sense of
human brotherhood wherewith to'
found new homes, to plant new gar- jng s aunt, .urs. u w. ronuer lor
dens, to make new and better citi- the past few weeks, returned to Tam Tam-zens.
zens. Tam-zens. I'a today.
And so it is the endless circle, I
wherein the home as a maker of citi-' -drs. J. E. Johnson and two daugh-
j zens, and the citizen as a maker ot
j homes is established. If it were pos-
jsible to localize the beginning of a
circle it would doubtless be found in!
the home. j Miss Marie Hulbert, who has been
The home is the heart of the com- tnp guest of Miss Frances Tarver
munity, the nucleus of the state and since Monday, will return to the homn
the bulwark of the nation. : of Miss CarolineTIarriss tomorrow to
The establishment of the first homo remain until Monday, leaving then
is an ideal of the most divine; the fpr llor borne in St. Petersburg,
permanence of the" final home is a
promise of the everlasting. ; Miss Ada Sanders of Greenville, S.
The homes which have intervened C., who has Ieen sjending several
and which will intervene between the months with her aunt, Mrs. L. T.
first and the last have been not al- j Izlar, will leave next week for Sa Sa-together
together Sa-together ideal, and will continue to e vannah, to visit l.efore returning
transitory and migratory; but the home,
spirit of the divine, breathing love, j
peace, harmony, unanimity of effort,! Mrs. C. II. Mathews of Candler, b
dignity of .purpose, divinity of plan.;lne guest of Mrs. C. L. Anderson. Mrs.
yet glows within the fires of the fam-! Mathews will return home tomorrow,
ily altar, keeping the ideals of family
life permanent and pure, making event
j the imperfect horne a type of that
5 which is to live unchanged through
'all the ages.
The home is for the conservation of!
divine ideals, for the renewal of life,!
for the protection and training of the j
vounir and for the Dronacation and I
dissemination of thp snirit nf Iirothr-
It is a place for confidences, for the
exchange of the finer courtesies of j have returned home from an extend extend-personal
personal extend-personal service, for moral, mental jd visit to the former's parents, Mr.
and physical training, to which one
may return sure of sympathy and re-jville. They had a delightful time
pose, there to find healing for the and were numbered among the vis vis-frictional
frictional vis-frictional abrasions of daily effort. It itors spending the fourth of July
is a. place from which to go forth, re-! week-end at Atlantic Beach,
freshed and courageous, to fight the!
bloodless battle in the world of busi-I Col. and Mrs. John Cobb of Talla Talla-ness
ness Talla-ness and in the world of humanity, jhassee and daughter, Mrs. J. C. Bur-
The home is the type of all that is' well of Brooksville, will arrive Friday
best in the community, of all that is; from the capital city to visit the for for-fine
fine for-fine in the nation. mer's nephew, Dr. W. K. Lane and
The atmosphere of the home per-; wife for a few days, en route to
meates the wider atmosphere of the
community, so that the world policy
of a nation is but the hardened amber
of the confluent influences of myriads:
of homes the purer the home-born
streams, the clearer and more sparkl- J
iner the crystallization.
J As upon the man in the normal
home rests the responsibility of ma
teiial provision, so, to the woman be
longs the obligation of a wise ar.d'ir oi Mr. ana Mrs. ueorge reiinam,
just dispensing ot lamny resource
and from both it is demanded that no
extraneous influence flow from that
home to become imbedded and pre
served in the amber of national policy
; and mar its clarity or impair its;IToue.
i beaut j. j
Miss Ellen Striplin"
111 a ror a mmi to one
of her charming younir frien-l-. Miss!
Vtl-l t -im. c.,.
Mr. and Mrs. Hen Erabham .nn.l
Mr. Clarence Cork of Orange Lake.
were in town yesterday, on a vi.-it tot. ..... 4 r.r'
ip-.l i r . I 1 . I Imm t iT.. ft...-.
' Mrs. Erabhara's sister, Mr. R. M.
i t r r 1 t i
I In Prof. Cate party leaving Jack
sonville yesterday for the west were 1
. n t : ju:.
j city. Mrs. h. A. Standley was the
j only Ocalan l.ut among the 125 mem-
composing the party were Mrs..
oyd and Miss Ida Floyd of St.'
T;'-Xt: Mrs. Floyd's sister and!
tMu vl-.- Stewart Lewis and M'ss:
. "r C Jt Atlanta. Mr. James J.
ot Jaspkr v
ii .Miss .tettie rriii:'
f r.T-rrXT-1T i.t r
For Misses Ito,
The largest and no llrrel
piest social affair of v lv Vap Vap-week
week Vap-week will be given Thursday
at "Marowood," when Mr. ana M'
W W 11 A A 1
K. Anderson win enierxam neunvi
-"-- j e
from 8 to 12 o'clock. The guests of
honor will be two lovely visitors from
i Virginia. Misses Eva Mae Harrell and
Elsie Howen, who are guests of their
cousins. Misses Stella and Nina
The following program will be ren rendered
dered rendered at the "Dues Social" to be held
at the horne of Mrs- GeorSe W. Mar
. : T- i .
f A ...1 1
Solo, "Colombia Shall be Free."
Recitation, "Lift a Little" Mary
Recitation by Irene Henderly.
Instrumental solo by Maud Little.
Recitation, "A Case of Charity"
"Girl's Speech" Francis Green.
All members are requested to come.
Miss Ildegerte Peach of Clayton,
Ala., a visitor to Ocala last winter,
the guest of Miss Helen Brown, has
concluded a stay ot several weeks at
Manitow, Colo., and i3 now a member
f a party enjoying an extended trip
trough the far west.
Mrs. Jere W. Crook and twin
daughters, Jere and Jane, will leave
Wednesday for Bartow to visit Mrs.
Crook's father for several weeks. Mr
Crook will make a business trip to
St- Louis and other cities, leaving
Robert Sales, who has been "visit-
tors, .arah and Lucy, are in Tampa
visiting Mrs. Johnson's sister Mr?,
Robert Sales, who is ill.
Judge M. Goler will leave next
week for Commerce, Ga.. to spend his
vacation with Mrs.
Gober and two
Miss Ixuise Rentz, who has been
visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. Jack
Rentz in Jacksonville, has returned
Mrs. J. C. Caldwell and two sons
and Mrs. D. T. Mclntire in Jackson-
Miss Hazel Feltham left yesterday
for an extended trip through Georgia
and Kentucky, visiting friends at
Louisville. Mammoth Cave, Ewin and
Atlanta. Miss Feltham will remain
-north until the last of Septemler,
' St. Petersburg Independent,
j Miss Feltham is the eldest daugh
former Ocala residents.
m m m
Mrs. Beville arrived
; Gainesville and is the guest of her
! mother, Mrs. Temple, at the Florida
Mr. Robert .Nelson of Tampa is the
expects to'11" of ni? former collegemate, Mr.
T i: .1
Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Trenholm
j f'f Jacksonville announce the mar-
: riaire of their
lihett. to Captain Arthur Stokes of
tVii TT s mir!r rnrnj lief Xfrwritix-
a number of friends in this citv who
j will be interested to hear of her
n-arriage. Capt. Stokes and his bride
are now at Gettysburg, where he will
instructor of field engineering for
the next six months.
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A Heritage of Hate.
T Is June In Virginia, June in the
year of our Lord lSisi The tiehU
are green, the early blossoming ;
of the houevsuckle gives a fra-
grauce to the air. At such a time. In :
such a scene and such surroundiugs. ;
two horsemen meet. Both are men of
striking apiearauce and proud pres- j
euce and are iu the maturity of their
middle manhood. They are Stauleys. J
cousins in blood. The one on the bay
hunter. Judge Uraar Stanley, is
. I. A bnf .a tiiipL-u1 Yi-ftH
cruel and heavy lines. Ills face Is J Jlennwhi'.e Colonel Stanley had rid rid-harsh
harsh rid-harsh and set. and the grim Hues of ; den to the village of Fairfax and had
his countenance set the grimmer at the halted his horse at the gate of a pret pret-approacu
approacu pret-approacu of his kinsman. Colonel Ar- ty cottage. A sign by the gate bore
thur Stanley. The latter rides his the words. -Dr. Henry Lee."
chestnut saddler like a soldier. Judge j The doctor was an amiable man of
Stanley's seat Is that of a huntsman. some sixty years. Inclined to corpn corpn-Kven
Kven corpn-Kven as they ride they differ. Colonel lence. a kinsman of Ieueral Robert K.
Stanley's face Is kinder. A white mus- i Lee. The doctor had leeu a surgeon
tache and Imperial add to his soldierly ;
appearance. years older than the colonel, he had
In Itichmond during the war Judge been the guardian of the other. Dur Dur-Lamar
Lamar Dur-Lamar Stanley had Ih-cu high In the ing the war the colonel had saved the
councils of the cabinet of President doctor's life by carrying him when
Jefferson Davis. In the field his wounded lack to the Confederate lines
cousin, Arthur Stanley, followed the under a galling fire. A further bond
fortunes of the Confederate arms as a ltween them. If others were needed,
member of the staff of (leneral Lee. was the mutual hatred they liore to
Crossing each other In love, crossing j Judge Lamar Stanley, who through
each other In martial, civic and social j some legal chicanery had Impoverished
ambitions, their mutual hatred grew j tiie .i.tor in his old age. a breach of
with their growing years. There were i confiden. e If not of trust. "Yes, doc doc-deep
deep doc-deep causes for all this In the thwart- J tor. eouie at ou-e. My wife will need
ed soeial ambitions of the Judge. As
the 'scion of the elder branch of the
American Stanleys, springing from
their common ancestor. Sir Arthur
Stanley, a. gentleman adventurer, who
came to America In loir,. Colonel Stan-
ley neui possession or ine precious ram-
lly nelrioom. tlie diamond rrom tne
The family tradition ran that this
great gem had fallen In a blazing me meteor
teor meteor at the feet of Sir Arthur Stanley-
three centuries ago Just as he was J
about to le burned at the stake by the
Indians, whom he had In some way
affronted and aroused.
The legend was that the Indians had
deemed the falling meteor an omen
from' the Great Spirit that the white
man aIout to be tortured was under
the favor of his protection. This leg legend
end legend further stated that Sir Arthur
Stanley himself had so accepted the
diamond from the sky as a token of
supernatural favor, especially as the
Indians had called It "the fallen star."
and as "The Fallen" Star" Sir Arthur
Stanley himself had 1-n called after
his banishment from the court of King
James of England for some wild esca-
of gallantry wh. n he was but
1 of twenty-two.
In the age stained family archives
In the strong l,x at Stanly halt
rreat mansion home of Colonel
Stanley, there was the will of the wild
Sir Arthur, and at Its end there was a
strange prophetic clause. This clause
read tint when the noble line of Stan Stanleys
leys Stanleys t teen me fXtitr t in England and an
heir of the old Stanley earldom was
onght anions the Mr sons of the
American familv of Stanley In Vir-
ginla the diamond from the sky. the!
h. ritage of the elder sou of this cider j
l.rrMK-h. hoiUd l l-.rne and worn back j
to Enrland by th Aim-rPan earl when
came into in i.ngiiii -aniom. j
Al the time we write-that I, in,
-I'll-e. lvvj-tbe Iat or tbe eiris.or
Stanley w:i a bachelor invalid and
ie-it:e. without hoje or desire of an
!. in el Stan!ev had no son to mc mc-'
' mc-' f l the enrldorn in England. He
-. o! trru-I to n fair young wife, who ;
.. -u-i wi,.i-tjv to ixM-otne a mother.
Were this child a girl it could have no
hope for the Euglish great title in the
family mr to ever ioe-! the diamond
from the sky.
On the otb-r hand. Judge Eauiar
Stanley Lad a son. a sturdy l-y of
three. Ills proud wife, equally with
himself, dreamed of a daj- when tbi-
boy should t-ar the honors and have
the vat estates of the Stanley earl earldom
dom earldom blJ the wonderful, priceless dia diamond
mond diamond from the ky.
As the two horsemen, kinsmen and
bitter enemies, rode down u;u each
other in a smiling Virginia lane nei neither
ther neither would swerve Ms Lone a halrs halrs-breadth.fpr
breadth.fpr halrs-breadth.fpr the other. Into each other.
By ROTT L,.
right. JDIS. by Hoy L,- McCardell
selected as ths best in over 13X00 submitted to the scenario department of
contest during December and January.
United States ana tanaca.
tun tut. mir i.hm"U iiors-.s cujuoi,
nt:l then th M!pvri.jr boisemausliip jf
the s'lliIKr. siiliil In i-.ivalry eii'-ouu
tt-rs, tultl. lrr wt-iit tiorM. and Ju
Into the dust of the ro:nl. and. with a
uK-klng lauii and not deiguing t i
look t:uk at his fallen kinsuiau. wh-
arose and cursed and slik hi- fist :il
him. thr:el Stanley nde m.
The Judg. dIsonifitiHl In the rtnt.
saw the dark face of a gypsy grinning
at hlui through a !edge near by. Tli'
hedge was on the property of Judge j an, ujH fair young wife. In fact, the
Stanley. Moutit-l on hi horse ng-iiti coioi was nt only cx.ntenteil hut
he now s.iw a gyiy van on tlie other lirou,i i uu isltion as head of the
side of the Ledge. Judge Stanley. vtan'ey family in America and master
quivering with rage, pxlo Into the grip '. 0f t.mley hail It was only the grasp grasp-tli..
tli.. grasp-tli.. lnil!n anil lioarselv onlere! ff I : ..r hn,i 1
-- - r- --.-
tuir see. it is like tbis. expos- I
j with -sypsy. -I am alone bere ; kinsman ftH. of tnH hoin s.
j gone oit. e. sir. Our jieopie has j 1,r lbe lir0iUi ider hranch of the
can't go on. llf Is very sick. We j sjlau!eVStiie ijrd Stanley of War War-i
i War-i "What d 1 wkkshire. F.ngtaud -only survived la
wretchtl wifer 'wh:it alls your j tlu. Iiersoll ,f a testy old l.achelor lii lii-I
I lii-I "Drive your horses ndv? he Judge, j vali,L Tlle Ilcit of kin and iu direct
; out. I aiu Judge In thii"ijnd and get j ,jae for tlie t.artj,u, t,f Vtauiey was
"Mel! you are presidt-JC 1 Colonel Stanley of Virginia, and, fail fail-j
j fail-j United States. tio.' grumbtbe j lug his surviving or having a son, the
j gyp.v. "I'o you think you owiJl earldoiu would go to his cousin. Judge
roads lecause the gentleman that JuJ Stanley or" the Judge's mu, Itlair. now
rode by knocked you off your horse j" ehiJd of tliree.
on the road?"
tiouseu 10 a ourst or iury, tne juage
s a .mm.-... I
drove his horse at the gypsy
lashed him cruelly with the heavy rid riding
ing riding whip he always carried. A wan
but handsome gypsy woman, clutching
at her side as though in pain, tottered
out from the van as though to protect
the gypsy from the sheer brutality of
the horseman.. Stanley struck the gyp-
y woman across tlie race, leaving a
livid weal. To his Furprlse she never
Cinched, but faced him dauntlessly.
"The bitterest disappointment of your
Hie and a death that will be a buz- f
sard's feast for you for that blow!" she j
said tensely, a light of prophecy in i
her courageous eyes. j
The Judge faltered and wheeled his
horse, but turning to the gyiy man j
he cursed him again and bid him be'
ffT Vila tfllwl I!tl 1 1 A t M 1 Ck r tt
In the Confederate army. Some fifteen!
, 3o tonight." said the coloneL
! .s the -o!om-l neared his estates and
Was within sight of the broad lawn of j
j lLs colouial mansion. Stanley hall, a I
j landmark of the countryside, he saw a
j n vsy van approaching. On the driv-1
bli; .ut Mere tWu fi?ur(.s a man and
a woman. The man was bellowing
hoarse curses at a disappearing horse
man, whom even at the distance the r
colonel recognized as his hated cousin,
As he neared the approaching gyisy
outfit the colonel noticed the woman
had fainted from pain and wearinessl
He had Just time to wheel his horse
dose lslde the van and catch her as
she was falling from the seat.
In a few words the gypsy man ex- j Iers tr,'m sf !nguiiici patron,
plained their miserable situation. The I Cecil, e'ghth err! of Mai. fey, to depart
kindly heart of the colonel was touch- for America am! firm-ig for the suo--ed.
The fainting woman had now re- I cc-sin.
iew uuu aj iixening apaLueucaiiy.
"So Judge Stanley has ordered you
off the earth?" remarked the colonel.
"Well, my good man. that little copse :
of Woods riirfit over tlier tiot far frrtm I
mj holw tQ me Cam t,jere
1 flf L wIfe t ex attention. She
I m l'll j VJKB -aJ UilU m lit VX7 lUUJ
expectJI a ihUiU vou MJ? Ah, the cur
. f i:v? faJj3 alJke ln flnd mansJuru
We exiKt this same
momentous event j
are doubly wel
come., I will send Dr. Iee; our family
physician, to attend your wife.
first time. "For your kind heart I read
your fortune. A bitter disappointment
bitter triumi h over tbone yem
j Late the
je m.t comes to you. sir.
"Well. U-tter fortune thau that to
the child you exiect. said the colonel!
v,th a kindly smile. And here 1 2J ;
to buy thriteiiing clothes and found!
tLe fortune of my expected namesake;
jf Ut, A :1 i,y
-lt wiU lm. u U)Jt aiiJ yoxx win t
aware of LI in." raid the gypsy woman,
and again she closed her eyes and blv blv-orKl
orKl blv-orKl as In great pain, u&t noticing the
, "Take It. you foI woman, when the
kind gentleman offers it: snarled the
Seeing the colonel still offering the
1 money, thv. gypsy woman muttered her ;
i thanks and look the money reluctantly, j
and the gj'pfy. loud in his protestations
of gratitude, drove Lis caravan to the j
Arriving at the gateway of Stanley I
hall, the grand old mansion built by a
great grand .11 of the original forbear
of tlie f.fially iu America, the colonel
cai.tereJ his h-rse up the splendid
whlc driveway. There ou the lawn his
tlower fa--l young wife. Ethel, iu a
garden chair, twaddled in silken shawl
and carefully attended by her old col colored
ored colored nur-. Mammy Lucy, awaited
Tlu ol.l nezro manservant. o. cuw
Th manuscripts in this compti-
not at well as thousands of ama-
tactotura aiid t.utU-r of the establUh establUh-in
in establUh-in i:t. uppeartil fii l. jc piazza anJ called
loudly to a half thrown color eI lad to
take the uiasicr- horse.
The colonel and ihe uW nurse geutly
supiorteJ the t! wcr fa.iil young wife
frui the lawu to the rtaU of the
reat iuani m.
It must not l thtfusht that any over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming desire fr title or exalted po position
sition position for themselves or for their ex ex-ievted
ievted ex-ievted child actuated Colonel Stanley
Mli'l't I J Ul i 1 11 1 'in I u 1 1 uu tv.
1 the coionel to entourage the hope that
hU wirt, U1;.-ilt u-ar a wn tu cheat Lis
. .ws a ore tn.int with the last
r.!..- tUut Ii.. h.l nlwavs hated
, ..r a love disappointment la
cany uinu. . .
and m.w tli l ever married.
what he ,lenonT5lon T-vfnV-
. . O.as his "Yankee
But tbe diamond
i fit hSacr:-wmM
On the Porch of the Old Virginia Man Mansion.
sion. Mansion. the old enrl. It gave thee "Yankee
relatives' a prestige that crn an earl
UiigLt en y.
For some time past the earl, through
his solicitor. Manuaduke Suiythe, bad
loen In correspondence with the afore aforesaid
said aforesaid "Yankee relatives.
Marmadtike Smyihe wn n long. lean,
lank, dry as dust Ilritlsli barrister. He,
too. was versed In full knowledge of
the fame and fabulous value of tlie
diamond from the sky. He. too, knew
the legends concerning It. Cut to hi
timid mind farofT America was still a
wilderness. sop!ed by savages.
So It had lieen with much trepidation
and much nervous caressing of his
scanty black sidewhl"krs that Mar-
i innduke Smythe. barrister nt law, Tem Tem-j
j Tem-j pie rh-iijibers. Iiidin. had received or-
'.Contln ied Tomorrow)
NEW AUTOMOUtLE ON CREDIT
If you want to purchase a new au-
S tomobile on easy payment", get the
! information by addres.uig Box 1C4,
Ocala pia. C-li-l?t
OCALA SEED STORE
A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran.
! bhort? m and lU feedM' Cotf
Norris famous cardies never failed
I to 5ati,fy. To le had only at tb
We are prepared to attend
to your wants for harvesting
your crops at re a s o n a b 1 1
ENTERPRISE" Canning OeIIII
CARLOAD No. 1 and 2 Cars
TOUialO WrapjJCrS & I mil JZTS
T.T v r..r.
Wrappers & Iru
IX ANY Q UA XTI T Y
MclVER & f.lacKAY
OA GDIS TA XCE PHOXE 4 7
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: Ml" : n v
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bC A LA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY. JULY 14, 1915
JUST A FEW
Men's 5c Handker Handkerchiefs
chiefs Handkerchiefs in this sale
Men's 10c Handker Handkerchiefs
chiefs Handkerchiefs in this sale
Men's 15c Collars
in this sale at
Men's 50c Belts in
Men's 25c Belts in
this sale at
Men's 50c Suspend
ers in this sale
Men's 25c Suspend-! Qp
ers in this sale wb
Men's 15c Suspend-i fp
ers at IUU
Men's 50c Night
50c Elastic Seam
Men's 2-piece BathQ
ing bints at -y
1 a Wjr
Suits strictly hand tailored, several (Mfl QC
x) suits, nana tailored,
T ctitnbfl fronts nt
$12.50 Suits, all wool, assorted styles and (TO yJE
materials at .... pO.TU
We have a large stock of odds and ends in (fC QC
this sale that will go at from $3.95 to 4O.OJ
One big lot of assorted materials and styles
sold up to $3 at ...
Everypair of pants in
One big lot Men's
Ties at ....
One big lot Men's 1 Cp
25c Ties at iwb
Better 50c ties to
Paris or Boston
10c Grades assort- "7p
15c Grades assort assorted
ed assorted colors at
25c Grades assort assorted
ed assorted colors at
50c Grades assort- Ol
ed colors at
$1 Dress Shirts,
75c Dress Shirts
50c Dress Shirts
The above includes all
styles softand laundered
MEN'S PALM BEACH SUITS
We have only been selling the GENUINE PALM BEACH cloth
Suits all this season. Our prices have been $6.."0, $7 and $7.50
You can now have your choice of various styles and materials at
Peculiar Harvest festival.
At the end of the harvest seaon
!u Malabar there takes place the
dance of the drummers, a popular
function. In which the principal char char-acter
acter char-acter is a weird figure supposed to
represent the sacred cow of the gods,
Kamachenu. A small boy carries this
about while the other performers,
decked out In primitive fashion with
painted bodices and hideous masks,
go through a wgsird dance, accompa accompanied
nied accompanied by much drum-beating and sing
s. ti n H
We have reduced all of
our new straw nais,
the $1.50 to
$3 grades to
Other Straw Hats
as low as
Men's and Boy's QKp
Silk & Straw HatsO JO
All of our Mens Felt
Hats have heen re reduced,
duced, reduced, some hats that
sold as low as QQp
KjZ-i i I I l I I 1 J - -
eo nn c t-h1 poif'
be bought forCfga
Evr00tlna in this
Jcwill be sold for
be charged to any anyone.
one. anyone. p 1 I UU
assorted maienaisu-n nu
the store reduced.
All 50c Athletic Under Underwear,
wear, Underwear, including EC V.
D. and other best
makes will go
at, per garment
Men's $1 Union
Suits at ..
50c grades Balbrig-
25c grades, Men's
Special lot Men's 2-piece
Bathing Suits to -J Qp
go at lob
Heavy 50c Work
Light Blue Chanu.
bray work shirts
$1 Overalls, Head Headlight,
light, Headlight, and others
75c Overalls, as assorted
sorted assorted makes
50c Overalls, only
a few left
Nothing at all will be
charged to any one at
this sale. All goods will
be sold for cash.
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
82G Central avenue, St. Petersburg,
I la. Mrs. L. P. Kutler. 25-tf
Do you want to
get the latest
model, most popular medium priced
automobile on easy payments? If so
address Bx 164, Ocala, Fla. 1-m.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
I Sons of Confederate Veterans meetj
j Friday night.
Mr. J. D. Rooney, who has been!
quite sick for the last three days, is
A full line of loose leaf ledgers,
1 ,.1. on,i memorandums al-
JVltr IjyJKt rw o uti
nays on hand at Gerig's.
leave New York Friday, rrrn
M. W. R CouUe, ---;n
A Utter fm Atlanta says that
M John JtfcCorkle, who has been
so Jong, is somewhat better, and
. Kin. rk cit rnf rkn t no rki q 77 CT n i
flparne awhile every day.
Have you tried the '"Delicious"
cakes now being turned out by the
Carter Bakery? They are named
right; and only 10 cents per pack package,
age, package, tf
Mr. W. W. Harriss and Mr. Albert
O. Harriss motored to Trenton yes yesterday
terday yesterday to transact business. They
will return tomorrow.
Silver, Golden, Raisin, Chocolate
and Pound cakes are now put up at
the Carter Bakery in 10 cent pack packages
ages packages under the name of "Delicious."
None better. Try them. tf
Mr. McKenzie, the efficient assist assistant
ant assistant superintendent at the electric
light plant, was seen this morning
engaged in the arduous task of driv driving
ing driving a flock of ducks and wearing his
best smile at the same time. Mac
was succeeding remarkably well.
Charlie "Dopy" Chaplin, the only
clown in his class, will be at the
Temple with his unapproachable fun
tonight. Also the Pathe News, "Th.3
Turn of the Wheel," an Essanay
drama, and "Poison," an instructive
pure food subject gotten up by the
Kalem people. A mighty fine mid midweek
week midweek bill.
"DELICIOUS" is the brand under
which the Carter Bakery is now put putting
ting putting out ten cent packages of cake in
five flavors. If you are not now us using
ing using them try some and avoid the hot
oven during this strenuous warm
Mr. II. S. Chambers received yes yesterday
terday yesterday from an old friend, Mr. S. L.
Fluellen, of the Orange Lake section,
a boxfull of his famous melons, rais raised
ed raised from seed first 'imported from Al Alabama
abama Alabama years ago. They are excep exceptionally
tionally exceptionally fine melons, and'Hamp and
his fireboys and a friend or two had a
Ancient Superstitionu That Tenaciously
Cling to Life.
On the subject of "Some Popular
Legal Superstitions" Case and Com Comment
ment Comment says that there are many miscon misconceptions
ceptions misconceptions of legal doctrines, usually
tenaciously held and sometimes rashly
acted upou to the client's undoing,
some of which are so grotesquely dis distorted
torted distorted that It Is difficult to trace them
to their origin. One of the most widely
spread but fortunately harmless of
these Is that In order that a will disin disinheriting
heriting disinheriting an heir may be valid he must
be "cut off with a shilling.- This no notion
tion notion is erroneous, but Blackstone find
a foundation for It in the civil law and
"The Romans were also wout to set
aside testaments as being, InoiDciosa.
deficient In natural duty, if they disin
herited or totaUy passed by twithout
assigning a true, sufficient reasoni any
of the children of the testator. But If
the child had any legacy, thcligh ever
so small, it was proof that the testator
had not lost his memory or reason,
which otherwise the law presumed,
but was then presumed to have' acted
thus from substantial cause. Hence
probably has arisen that groundless
vulgar error of the necessity of leav leaving
ing leaving an heir a shilling, or some other ex
press legacy. In order to disinherit him
Another erroneous Idea, quite gener generally
ally generally entertained. Is that a signature la
not binding unless written In Ink.
Still anothrr curious notion enter entertained
tained entertained In some localities Is that an eye eyewitness
witness eyewitness may not testify to any occur occurrence
rence occurrence seen by hltu 'through glass."
This is probably attributable to the
fact that the Imperfections of ancient
window glass mlyht deceive the on;
'looker as to what actually took place.
The writer recalls an Instance adduced
by his instructor In physics while lec lecturing
turing lecturing ou the refraction of light of
a windowpane In his house through
which passersby on the opposite side
of the square appeared, on coming op
posite to a church, to leap over the
steeple. A condition of this sort
brought out ou cross examination
might affect the weight, though not the
admissibility, of the evidence.
Three-year old Dorothy, who was al allowed
lowed allowed to play on the parkway, waa
told by her mother she must not get
acquainted with strange people. One
day an organ grinder wltB a monkey
stopped to play and Dorothy mad
friends at once. As the organ grinder
moved away Dorothy followed, ber
mother called to her, and she paused
long enough to say: Tse yest gettln'
quainted wlf monkey, not man's."
This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min R. F.
July 1 83 72 .24
July 2 83 70 .12
July 3 : 91 70 .02
July 4 93 72 .24
July 5 90 73 .41
July 0 90 72 .41
July 7 .94 73 1.23
July 8 93 74
July 9 88 71 .30
July 10 92 71 .07
July 11 89 72 .20
July 12 87 72 .01
July 13 92 74
Generally fair tonight and Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. YY. K. Lane, M. TTiyslclan and
Surgeon, speclMlst Eye, Ear, Noe
and Throat. Law Library Building,
PERIL OF RUST.
A Conatant Menace to Structures
Iron and Steel.
' Among the many questions which
the architect and builder are called
upon to consider, none perhaps Is more
Important than that relating to the
corrosion of lrou and steel. This tend
ency to decay Is peculiar to thee
materials, since none of the ordinary
metals exhibits It to any comparable
degree, and it Is so strong that an un
protected piece is soon reduced to a
shapeless mass of rust. It is one thing
to desigu and erect a mighty sky skyscraper,
scraper, skyscraper, but an entirely different mat
ter to protect It from those influence!.
un;u, 11 iiiiuueu 10 uu meir work,
would ruin the greatest Mructure in a
It seems strange. In a way. that un
less iron Is well protected it Is f:ir les-
resistant "to natural agencies than
wood or other building materials. It
ts being used more and more In the
fabrication of large bulldiugs and
other structures of a ermanent type,
and the length of their life, to sny
nothing of the safety of the ikhp1o
employed in and around them, depends
on the success with which corrosion
can be prevented.
Painter ure constantly employed on
such structures ns the Brooklyn or
Forth bridges scraping away rust iotM
and repainting. When serious rustlim
is once started It is very hard to check,
and as it would inevitably lead to the
destruction of the framework a col collapse
lapse collapse would be certain to occur sooner
or later, probably with an appalling
loss of life. Engineering Magazine.
The broad that was served out dur
Ing the siege of Genoa was n curious
mixture. Marln.t. who had to eat It or
go without It. says it was a horrible
compound of damaged flour, sawdust,
starch, hnir powder, oatmeai. linseed,
rancid nuts and other nasty sub substances,
stances, substances, to which a little solidity was
given by the admixture of a small
portion of cocoa. Each loaf, more moreover,
over, moreover, was held together by little bits
of wood, without which It would have
fallen to powder. General Thiebault
tn his Journal of the siege compares
this bread to peat mingled with oll." oll."-Argonaut.
Argonaut. oll."-Argonaut. Valley of Death.
The Valley of Death Is In the island
of Java. It I a crater of an extinct
volcano, half a mile wide, filled with
carbonic acid gas. which continually
emanates from Assures In the bottom
of the valley The gas lelnsr invisible
and entirely Irrespirable. every livlnn
thing that descend is Instantly suffo
cated. The ground about the crater I
is covered wltb lonea
Altbougb the ancients knew the tl
ue of canals, they failed to h't on the
simple device of the lck. whl h was
not discovered till the fourteenth cen century.
tury. century. To this day the dispute has nev never
er never been settled as to. which country.
Italy or Holland. Is entitled to the
credit of the Invention.
A Polite Threat.
"Why do you always ask that regular
customer If the razor hurts him?
asked one barber.
"Just as a gentle reminder. replied
the other, "that if he forgets the tip
It's liable to hurt hhn next time." St
.One ungrateful man does nn Injury to
4 II who are suffering Syrus.
VEGETABLES. MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
and informal partv was
on l.v Mr?. W. S.
hror r.f hor daughter,
Kr.n, who arrived lat
j..'fii irm r.tr none in lampa ior a.
j fortnight vi-it. ?
The -t were invited to come at'
; o cir-oK. nn.i incrjuf a amy ire laoies
who have cal!J on the honoree.
namely: Mrs. L. F. Iilalock. Mrs. Z. j
C. ChamM!?s Mrs. P. T. Sitrunk,
Miss Li'a Drum by, ?Irs. Edwird j
Holder. Mrs. R. S. Hall. Mrs. G. S.
Scott, Mrs. J. H. Taylor, Mrs. A. E.
Gorijr, Mrs. L. R. Chazal, Misses Mar Mar-raret
raret Mar-raret and Mamie Taylor, Mrs. IJ. J.
Potter. Mrs. Mallory Liddon. Mrs. H.
A. Waterman, Mrs. W. G. Marshall,
Mrs. J. E. Ch.v e, Mrs. E. M. Howard,
Mi s Meta Jewett, Mrs. E. J. Crook,
Mrs. C. II. Lloyd, Misses Kate. Min Minnie
nie Minnie r.nd Lou:c Gamsby, Mrs. W. K.
Zewadskij Jr., and Miss Onie Chazal.
Mrs. I.ullock and Mrs. McKean
greeted tho guests informally' at the
front flops. Refreshing ice cu!d
j ur.ih wa-t served from an attractive attractively
ly attractively appoint r-d tabl? on the veranda by
Mrs. Zcwadski and Miss Chazal.
Seats were arranged on the piazza,
prettily d'.vo rated with vari-colored
flowers and potted plants, for the
ladies and there an hour or more was
delightfully spent, chatting and en enjoying
joying enjoying an i'-e course served with
salted almonds by Miss Alice Rullock
atnl the hostess bright little grand granddaughter.
daughter. granddaughter. Miss Marie McKean.
The afternoon courtesy to Mrs. Mc McKean
Kean McKean was greatly enjoyed by all pre present.
sent. present. Song Rerital to Ik Given by Miss
On Monday evening at the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club at 8:30 o'clock Miss Cecile
Downs will give her first song recital
in Ocala, assisted by Miss Ellen
Clr.ikyon, accompanist and Miss Irma
The program will be short but at attractive
tractive attractive and will include a group of
old master r-onrrs, a group of Ger German
man German liedcr and the last group being
pongs by modern composers.
Miss Downs' voict needs no intro introduction
duction introduction to Ocalans for innumerable
times she has contributed to the suc success
cess success of public and' private entertain entertainments.
ments. entertainments. She has a host of friends, as
well as Miss RIake, a pianist of abil ability,
ity, ability, who will welcome the opportunity,
to be present Monday evening. For
the past, ten months Miss Downs has
been studying in New York with Mr.
Edwin Swain and she assisted him in
his studio there.
The tickets, f.O cents each, will be
put on rale tomorrow at the Court j
0.1 t 1 ii 1 1 -.t t
ii:imi ttii'i'iwaru. wnn nas
o)y guest of Miss Sarah
Iarl ?.Iart?n for a week, returned to
her homo nt CoHere Park, Ga., today.
Mrs. M. A. TenEyek will leave to to-morow
morow to-morow for Oklawaha where she has
rented a cottage for the rest of the
summer. Mr. TenEyek will spend the
week end at the lake.
Mrs. II. A. Fausett and daughters.
Misses Ruby rnd Violet will leave
tomorrow for Louisville, Ky., where
they will spend the remainder of the
summer with Mr. Harry Fausett and
News has ju.st been received of the
death of Mr. M. R. Shaffner which
occurred at Johnson City, Tenn.. July
-Oth. Mr. ShafTner who was the
father of Mrs. W. D. Caldwell of this
city, spent last winter here in search
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Duval have
rented the G. R. McKcnn residence n
Fort King avenue and will take pos possession
session possession at once.
The Prcpl-crifri Cot n'eteness.
vTe rejoiee In II l-, a,if it sterns
to be carrying u? v, here; brrausa
Its darkne s' v.;a to l. rolling oi
toward lisht. ar.I tv'n its !ain to la
moving onward to a hi id n joy. V.'a
bear with ineo'.ij.!- teres herat;? of
the eomi l.-!i r. 'i'.-'i. is prui b-v-id
and 1iM'r l for f Rrco.' s
Toc' T;: L-.t, to H-?th It.
"I ou!.;:i i u-.y v.f.es having
the last v.- r : j-.f :lr. lb tij-ck, "If
he vrubl o;-.!- huiry up cad get UT
?tl' I.i: : ::Kt tV.
In UJoman's Wind
r ff-! mother rcvolv
i MN- i he mind all wi
dcrstai.4 tr destiny.
Airiu is cr tp ctmon
Iir.jvrtance that her!
rhj-s!cal comfort ba!
our Crt thou?!it. T!;r3 J
u a H5ft ft c Hiii i rem-
c'y for tLia punxxa.
I ricnJ.- It I r-ppliel
orcr U.3 muwlcj of lh
rt-Tjach. ptntlr rubbe-I
In. an.I at cr.ra TrrftTut.i to rtlicrc a'J
rtxala ca r.rrvc t.r l:-cnt an-1 all
r'trt Ir.Tr.!vci. I: r.. .Lw3 t!.' ir.:- fi
j::..r.t that-tUy cri: 1 niti.raHr. .'ir. l at
tie .y!.n.c t..e thy cr ir. :- 3U 1 7 tl.5
t'.scnce c-f 1. r.i ralrj .- j -t t c.-r-
the mir.f!. Wltcver Ti:i r.'!J t the coinfort
rf t!o epcctaiit luothir i a sr.t rn-I
ful ir.f, Hence fince a c'.'.ar. 1 i-cef'.:l pcriol
Tr.ii.-t livc a wondorft.;. U-.-tV;LaI iT.yrest
iirrn tSie com!:? ch:tl. Cct a IslV.t rf
"Mother's rrLrni- cf any dn:rr!-t and ron
v.i!l rcallrc hy m many -oaen declare it
to be lle r.o?.t helpful rvtnedr they Lr.ow of.
nnte Uxlay to EradfleM KtsTilolor Co.. 40i
Lamar Bhlr, Atlanta, Ga- tor a Fplendii
sl, I ,-v,., tijrfu-ii
Inside xind OutsiJe
ant that tn:
or I 'j inactivity of the
T, .'ir-'i zr. l rr.-.-e. It p-'s tV In-er In e-iz'rt 1 cc-tlIon at
I 1 ...it it pi-r;... Lt-Ti h"'ri. It f.c'pj tho "ioroach
. -1 f z-i t:.-,t 11 m CM 1 L'aI ri!;V rt-J tioa to uourtii urnl
Vo'i r.i.y av:.i your-'lf tf if tt-!-, rrWifyln l-?if"rr l r rtt:j fl
1 .tt'. cr a l?ox of taIe f -o.a j.v: ;i.clicice Ceair or cc.-.J C.c luc a
trUl tx. A'iJre&a us Lvlo'.v.
Ir Perce's CoiTiTtion Z.-u
V.M. Jkiw. ;u?U .. li. V.
ATTEND THE BALL GAME
OCALA vs LEESBURG
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works
NEW YORK AND RETURN
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fre includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE COOL ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st.
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G W F IM Z L t FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
White Star line Transfer Co.
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling
PHONE 296 v
Packing, Storing, Shipping of Freight. Furniture. Piano and Safes.
Paggage Service the Best.
We-. Sell BEAVER BOARD Superior to Plaster or Ceiling in
Quality and Price INVESTIGATE.
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
FARE $322 jNDAILY BETWEEN
t25??S?STie Great Ship "SEEANDSEE 7Erw
t J tjrm fur imt m.eiM. Ml
vT -CITY OF ERIE 3 M-m"r.r-r.t Stm "CTY CP nurTALO H
BUFFALO Daily, May 1st
7 A. 1.
Kuuttiwcftt HiaUro4 ick4rta rmmUit LCwiat
t'. -mutifT. y mtorvH -rt-MCil porxk-f cfaart, t
SJ.tp "KKANDBKfe." temt on fwpt of ftv
WANTED. LOST. FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOUND A gold medal with name
Minnie engraved across top. Owner
can have same by paying reward and
FOUND A pair of chauffeur's gog
gle3. Finder may have same by call
ting at this ofHce and paying reward
! an'1 expenses. o-ct
tui; Jir.M rive-room collage wun
-rJnn, mnvpniM rirrtr'.ritr.1
lath, etc. Apply to Mrs. Jake Brown,
North Tuscawilla street, or phone
if; 2. 2C-tf
FOR RENi' "w'rll located and nlcelj
furnished room-? in rtrj-i-lence next
to the Colonial; also lor. light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
ROOMS AND DOARD Large
rooms with !oaid at special sum summer
mer summer rate;.. Mrs. 31. E. Errin, at
Carhcn Hcuse. 19-1 mo.
SEE Ilifc FARM
Sp.ings road, which
on the SIvr
1 Merchant's Cafe every day with
healthy, strontr cnl
happy. Baths keep the V in
clean and in gxd condition. But
what u" oat the inside of the body?
can no moro afford to neglect it
the cntside. It is just aa import-
rystem lo ocansed of the poisonous
hy V7Cr;cs3 tif the digestive nrana
HiiiicJ A Prpfvrh r-h faotind of
Ms. BUFFALO &
to Dec 1st CLEVELAND
Standard 3 'irr
UufT and 'irvtJ.a r4 mrwit f ur lr0Mpurttmm
hwme bn m-rrr Ai tntmrwr of A turn Urat
em U. cover puta Kuaunff. AJm
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors end
WILBUR VV. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala. Fla.
Go North by Sea
MERCHANTS & MINERS TfiAIiS.CO
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph rn all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, 'e.
11. a AVERY. AGENT