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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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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE
VOL. 21.
Of American

"HAYHEfflftHD THAT THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PLACE AH EMBARGO OH THE SHIP SHIPMENT
MENT SHIPMENT OF iJNIIIGilS

Washington, July 15. It is learned
here today that Austrian representa representations
tions representations that American exports of war
materials to the Allies have attained
dimensions endangering the neutral neutrality
ity neutrality of the United States have been
considered here since July 1st, but
the first intimation of Austria's ac action
tion action came last night in a Vienna dis dispatch.
patch. dispatch. Austria contends that if
Great Britain continues to refuse to
allow American shipments to neutral
countries, the United States has a
right to embargo arms to England.
A Berlin dispatch says that Ausr
tria acted as the result of a recent
conference between Austrian and
German officials.
The administration doesn't consider
the representations as a protest, and
hasn't decided upon a reply.
STEAMER IS SAFF
HOWTII HEAD DIDN'T KNOW ANY
BOMBS HAD BEEN PLANTED
IN HER HOLD
(Associated Press)
Norfolk, July 15. The British
steamer Ilowth Head on which Pearce
the writer of the anonymous letter in
New Orleans, said he'd placed a bomb
at New Orleans, arrived here- safely
late last night. The captain knew
nothing about the bomb report until
he arrived. The search disclosed no
explosives.
CHICAGO AMERICANS MAY
MAKE A WISE CHOICE
( Associated Press)
Chicago, July 15. It is announced
today that the Chicago American
League team will probably train in
Miami, Fla., next year instead of in
California.
EVERGLADES COMPANY
BEING INVESTIGATED
Chicago, July 15. Federal officers
last night seized account books and
records of the Florida Everglades
Land company. The seizure was made
under an order by Federal Judge
Landis. An investigation of the gov government
ernment government is under wray to learn if there
has been any violation by the com company
pany company of the postal laws.
"
FIERCER THAN FLORIDA
Summer in Alaska Far Hotter than in
this State
Juneau, Alaska July 15 Tempera Temperatures
tures Temperatures over southeastern Alaska dur during
ing during the last ten days have reached a
maximum hitherto unknown to the
oldest inhabitants. The weather bu bureau
reau bureau thermometer has registered as
high, as ninety degrees in the shade,
and the 100 degree mark has been
reached by steamer thermometers.
Forest fires are raging along Lynn
canal, and the glaciers have been dis discharging
charging discharging ice at an extraordinary
rate. At this time of the year the
sun shines twenty of the twenty-four
hours each day and the absence of
the usual southwest. winds is attribut attributed
ed attributed to excessive heat.
FLOODS IN CHINA
Thousands of Lives Lost in the Vi Vi-cinitv
cinitv Vi-cinitv of Canton
(Associated Press)
Hong Kong, July 15. Thousands
of Chinese were drowned and thou thousands
sands thousands of houses buried around Can Canton,
ton, Canton, as the result of floods. Much
American mission property has been
destroyed.
See Luckie, at Davies' place, if
your automobile, needs attention. 15 tf

THE STAR

1

Arms and Ammunition to the
Allies

(Associated Press)
VELSHHEH fflHT
i
IRE. WEALTH!
COAL MINERS CARE NOTHING
FOR THE WELFARE OF
THEIR COUNTRY
(Associated l'res-O
London, July 15. Despite the Brit
ish government's ruling that miners :
can be prevented under the munitions
of war act from going on strike, more
than 150,000 Welsh coal miners emit j
today and unless there is an early
settlement the strike promises to
prove one of the most serious in the
history of Great Britain. Theoretical Theoretically,
ly, Theoretically, the government is able to fine men
for striking, but the puzzling prob
lem is whether the law can be en
forced. The Welsh fields supply coal
for the British navy.
WEI WEALTH
Emergency Fund Invested in the
State of Florida to June 1 of the
Present Year
Following is a list of the invest investments
ments investments that the Woodmen of the
World have made in county, school
district and municipal bonds of Flori Florida
da Florida up to June 1, 1915:
Location and Description Par Value
Dade county, highway" and
funding .. $ 30,000.00
Ft. Lauderdale, school dis district
trict district . 55,000.00
Ilillsboro county first
mortgage 73,000X0
Ilillsboro county, school
district No. 6 40,000.00
Ilillsboro county (Gil (Gilchrist),
christ), (Gilchrist), school district
No. 17 13,000.00
Jackson county, road 75,000.00
Key West, refunding 25,000.00
Lakeland, school district
No. 1 50,000.00
Lake county, road 250,000.00
Manatee, road 50,000.00
Miami, school district No.
2 ,40,000.00
Miami, municipal improve improvement
ment improvement . 130,000.00
Nassau county, road 153,000.00
Ocala, school district .... 75,000.00
Orange, county, school
district No. 1 50,000.00
Orange county, highway. 50,000.00
Palm Beach county, school
district No. 1 35,000.00
Pensacola, improvement.. 83,000.00
Pinellas county, road 100,000.00
Putnam county, road,
court house and bridge. C2-000.00
Tampa, bridge 29,000.00
Tampa, park 25,000.00
St. Petersburg, school
district No. 3 58,750.00
$1,551,750.00
WILL WORK FOR THE WOODMEN
Mr. J.-W. Lamar, consul command-
J er of Fort King Camp, has been ap
pointed a deputy organizer by Mr. C.
H. Dame, and will work to add mem members
bers members to Fort King Camp, which wish wishes
es wishes to brighten the "dull season" by in initiating
itiating initiating at least 100 new members.
All Ocala knows what a solid order
i the Woodmen is, and further proof
can be seen in the article headed
"Woodmen Wealth" elsewhere. Help
Lamar to roll up his hundred.
Don't fail to ask us about our speci special
al special prfce on stationery. The Court
Pharmacy. Gt.

B A A A

OCALA,

IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

P
ANOTHER REPORT
STORIES FROM THE GREEK CAP CAPITAL
ITAL CAPITAL NEED TO BE TAKEN
WITH MUCH SALT
I Associated Press)
London, July 15. An Athens re
port today tells of substantial gains
to the Allies against the Krinthia and
Azhi Baba line at the Dardanelles,
but there have been so many wild
rumors from Athens that this is re-
eived hers reservedly. The report
said the Allies took two important
hills there after four assaults. Con Constantinople
stantinople Constantinople reports, however, declare
thefe attacks were repulsed with
heavy losses.
WORKING NORTH OF WARSAW
German forces are again active
north of Warsaw, and it is believed
here they may be preparing for an another
other another drive at that city. The Rus Russians
sians Russians admit the German offensive on
one section here forced the Russians
to retire to the jtjc.idary defenses.
Austro-German attacks towards thj
river Bug are expected soon to end.
Quiet reigns 'in southern Poland.
SUB SUNK ANOTHER NORWEG NORWEGIAN
IAN NORWEGIAN SHIP
London, July 15. The Norwegian
steamer Rym, was torpedoed and
sunk yesterday. The second engi engineer
neer engineer was killed. The rest of the crew
landed at Great Yarmouth.
Illii; ID HUE
S TOO THIN
FOUR HUNDRED AND SIXTY
THOUSAND M EN ALL BRIT BRITAIN
AIN BRITAIN HAS IN FRANCE
London, July 15 Announcement by
Lord Landsdowne in the house of
commons that Great Britain has only
400,000 troops in France gave Eng England
land England her greatest shock since the
Dardanelles disaster. It has been
supposed that England had more
than a million men at the front. The
announcement is expected to result in
an attack upon the government.
YOUNG RAILROAD MAN
DROWNED NEAR SAN FORD
Jacksonville, July 15. John W.
Hanlon, aged about twenty-four
years, well known in Jacksonville,
was drowned near Sanford Tuesday,,
while swimming in a small 'lake. Mr.
Hanlon was secretary to Division
Superintendent J. N. Brand of the A.
C. L. railway and had gone to San San-for.'
for.' San-for.' for a couple of days visit with
friends.
WOULD HAVE ADOPTED
THIS POLICY SOONER
Berlin, July 15. The admiralty an announces
nounces announces that the submarines are mak making
ing making every effort to prevent loss of life
by notifying the passengers and the
crews cf s-hip, attacked to take to
their boats, ample time being allow allowed.
ed. allowed. Hav you tried tho "Delicious"
cakes now being turned out by the
Carter Bakery? They are named
right; and only 10 certs per pack package,
age, package, tf

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(Associated Tress)

New York, July 157 While await awaiting
ing awaiting the decision of Justice Hendrickr Hendrickr-on
on Hendrickr-on Harry Thaw's sanity. Thaw's coun counsel
sel counsel prepared to submit to the court
today a former order vacating the
original commitment under which
Thaw was first sent to Matteawan.
It is understood that Judge Hen Hendricks
dricks Hendricks will render a decision tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. The jury verdict yesterday,
declaring Thaw sane, is not binding
on the judge, as the jury acted in an
advisory capacity.
THAW'S COUNSEL NOT HEARD
New York, 1 p. m. The court ad adjourned
journed adjourned without the Thaw hearing.
F
AT
SET ASIDE JULY 28 AS THE
SPECIAL DAY FOR OUR
STATE
Tallahassee, July 15. Governor
Park Trammell has been informed by.
the authorities in charge of the San
Francisco Exposition that July 2Sth
has been set aside and designated as
"Florida Day." At that time, in a
building selected for that purpose, all
Floridians and their friends in attend attendance
ance attendance at the exposition will have a pro program
gram program suitable for the occassion. The
governor is desirious that all Florida
citizens in San Francisco at that time
join together in making "Florida
Day" a great success.
ABSOLUTELY NOTHING IN IT
Attempt to Take Frank from Georgia
Prison a False Alarm
Mr. John T. Moore and daughter
Miss Margaret, have returned from
Milledgeville, Ga. Mr. Moore was in
that city on the 12th, when there was
reported to be a demonstration and
attempt on the life of Leo Frank. Mr.
Moore says there was absolutely
nothing to the report whatever, ex except
cept except a scare, and the troops at Macon
were actually kept in readiness. A
number of automobiles loaded with a
legislative committee appointed to in inspect
spect inspect the state asylum and all of its
connections, farms and dairies was
the probable cause of the scare.
FROZEN MEAT FOR FIGHTERS
It is Saving the Lives of the Allied
Armies
(Associated Press)
London, July 15. "The Allied arm arm-ic.i
ic.i arm-ic.i are today depending on frozen
meat," said the Hon. Thomas Mac Mac-Kenzie,
Kenzie, Mac-Kenzie, high commissioner for New
Zealand, at the annual meeting of the
Cold Storage and Ice Association of
which he is the new president. "We
were told after the Boer war," he
continued, "that 'frozen meat saved
the situation.' After the present Eu European
ropean European war is over we shall find that
frozen meat has performed as vital
a function on an incomparably larger
scale."
TOOK THE YOUNG
LADY'S LONG TRESS FS
Accident which Should Make Girls
Careful when Near Motorboat
Engines
Winter Haven, July io. Her hair
catching in the gears of a motorboat
engine while boatirg on Lake Howard
yesterday afternoon. Miss Queena
Adams, twenty years old, almost lost
her scalp. Part of the scalp was
torn from her head and she is suffer suffering
ing suffering greatly from the wound and the
nervous shock.
Miss Adams was one of a party of
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Van Dyke.
They had been bathing in the lake,
and Miss Adams allowed her hair to
hang loose so that it" might dry. A
breeze blew the long tresses toward
the motor, near which she was seated,
and part of them caught in the gears.
The engine was stopped as soon as
possible.
If your motor is not giving you good
service see Luckie, at Davies' garage.

R A

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Hell fix it for you in record time at Knight & Strange, Dunnellon, Flor Flor-reasonable
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JULY 15, 1915
ADVISORY CAPACITY BUT

WILL PROBABLY BE OBSERVED

T A
T
SMALL FORCE OF GERMANS IN
; SOUTH AFRICA PUT UP A
l cruris i.-ir.nr
u vi am.
(Associated Tress)
Berlin, July 15. The German
forces recently surrendered to Gen General
eral General Botha in southwest Africa, num numbered
bered numbered slightly more than 3000 nnd
had held out against 20,000, it was
semi-officially announced today.
BOARD OF TRADE
A Number of Important Affairs At Attended
tended Attended to at the Meeting Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday Evening
A lightly attended meeting of the
Board of Trade was held Wednesday
night. President R. F. Rogers stated
that prominent citizens from Levy
county had approached him and ask asked
ed asked that the Marion county Board of
Trade with its wide influence and
ability come to their aid and help
save the portion of their county that
was in danger of being cut off to form
the new county of Bloxham.
Col. Rogers drafted and submitted a
resolution, which was unanimously
adopted, the tenor of which is as fol follows
lows follows :
The secretary of the Board of
Trade is to ascertain from Pinellas,
Seminole and the other new counties
of the state the assessed values of
their lands per acre, the present and
former millage for county purposes,
and a comparison of same. Ascer Ascertain
tain Ascertain the amount of indebtedness of
Marion county that the proposed
Bloxham county would have to as assume,
sume, assume, the amount of money (if any)
the new county will receive out of the
current year's receipts as its portion,
etc. In fact, all information of a re reliable
liable reliable and indisputable manner, bear bearing
ing bearing on the taxes, expenses and dis disadvantages
advantages disadvantages of such a new county, and
only such facts as are facts and can cannot
not cannot be gainsaid.
OUTLAW'S CAREER WAS
SOON ENDED
Macon, Ga., July 15. Pete Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, "the negro who killed Linn San Sanders
ders Sanders near Cochran, and barricaded
himself in a shanty three miles from
here, defying arrest and shooting
Marshal Hogg and Oscar Lawson to
death, was killed by a posse late yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon. He held off a posse
of several hundred men for hours.
Automobiles were rushed to Sumter
for more ammunition. The house was
riddled and dynamite had to be used
to capture the negro, who kept up a
fusillade into the crowd. After
blowing up the house the crowd
charged and was forced to kill him.
Pete Jackson, the murderer, was re rebuked
buked rebuked by Sanders for failing to do his
work properly. Words followed and
Sanders is said to have struck the ne negro
gro negro several blows. About an hour or
so later the negro met Sanders and
without any words pulled his revolver
and fired twice, one of the bullets tak taking
ing taking effect in the heart.
The killing of Marshal Hogg and
Lawson occurred when the two went
to the negro's home to arrest him.
Hogg and Lawson died almost in instantly,
stantly, instantly, the victims of shot gun
wounds at the hands of the negro.
Sanders was surervi.sor of the farm
of W. O. Peacock, one of the wealth wealthiest
iest wealthiest planters in Pulaski county. The
negro and Lawson were roth employ employed
ed employed as laborers on the farm.
AMBER SORGHUM SEED
For sale at $1.75 tr bushel, choice.
iresn. amner jruin eeu jor plant planting.
ing. planting. This year's crop. Call on or write
m i i r 1 1 &

Assault on the
an

EXPflESSlOHS OF REGRET FROM GERMANY JUID REPARATION
18 OFFERED

(Aftsociated Press)

Washington, July 15. Germany of officially
ficially officially advised the United States to today
day today that it was a German submarine
which damaged the American steam steamer
er steamer Nebraskan. The German govern government
ment government expressed regret and offered
reparation. It explained the attack
was not meant for the United States
flag and wished the affair to .be, re regarded
garded regarded as an unfortunate accident.
It was getting dark and the submar submarine
ine submarine was unable to ascertain the na nationality
tionality nationality of the Nebraskan when it
made the attack.
FORCES III THE FIELD
Over Twenty Million Fighting Men
Lined Up Against Each Other
in Europe and Asia
(Associated Press)
Berlin, July 15. In justification of
the superlative adjectives that are
applied to the present war, William
Michaelis has compiled figures in
Over Land and Sea, showing just how
big the war is.
He estimates that 21,770,000 men
stand opposed to each other 12, 12,-820,000
820,000 12,-820,000 on the side of the Allies and
8,950,000 for Germany, Austria and
Turkey.
The area of the countries ranged
against Germany, exclusive of Italy,
he finds to be 67,000,000 square kilo kilometers,
meters, kilometers, with an aggregate population
of 800,000,000. Germany and her al allies
lies allies on the other hand, have a terri territory
tory territory of 0,000,000 square kilometers,
and a population of 150,000,000 per persons.
sons. persons. The daily cost of the war to the
trn nations now taking part he places
at $42,250,000 and he estimates that
up to the first of April the total cost
of the war was $10,000,000,000. Italy
again excepted, he placed the annual
cost of such a war at $15,000,000,000.
It would take GO.000,000 of the huge
1000 mark bank notes to pay this cost,
and these notes, stacked up one on
top of the other, would make a pile
20,000 feet, almost four miles, in
height. In gold this same sum would
weigh 52,1912300 pounds, whereas
the entire gold production of the eu eu-tire
tire eu-tire world during the past 500 years
has amounted to but 15,000,000 kilo kilograms.
grams. kilograms. The daily war costs for the German
empire he places at $8,250,000 and
only 40 days of this conflict cost as
much as the whole Franco-Prussian
war of 1870-71. The cost to England,
exclusive of the colonies, is about the
same, and three months of this war
cost Great Britain as much as the
Boer war lasting two years and seven
months. France spends a little more
daily.
SOME CHOICE GRAPES
A citizen of Burbank whose name
we did not learn, but who is making a
success of grape culture at that place,
brought to the O. K. Grocery this
morning 75 pounds of as fine Niagara
grapes as we have ever seen. The
grapes (for the benefit of those who
may not know thera by this name)
are white and very firm, grown in
large, heavy and compact clusters.
The grower has a number of other
kinds of fine grapes, all of which are
doing well.
MISSION SOCIETY MEETING
Th literary meeting of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Missionary Society will be held
Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the
Methodist church. Mrs. Clyatt will
lead the meeting. Subject will be,
"The Schools in Brazil and Our Op Opportunities."
portunities." Opportunities." Another fresh shipment of Trola
sweets just in at Gerig's. tf.

LOCAL NEWS
. TO
PRESS TIME

NO. 166
Nebraskan Was
Error
BERLIN REPORTS GERMANS ARE
WINNING ALL THE
BATTLES
(Associated Press)
Berlin, July 15, It is officially an announced
nounced announced today that the Germans have
captured Przasnysz, the village of
Konsya and the heights of Olazauka,
and have broken down the French at attacks
tacks attacks in the Argonne.
All I1ITE0ESTS
OPPRESSED BY RESTRICTIONS
ON COMMERCE WILL HOLD A
CONFERENCE IN
WASHINGTON
(Associated Press)
Washington, July 15.American
meat packers seeking relief frorj
British detention to meat cargoes
have been asked by the representa representatives
tives representatives of cotton and live stock inter interests
ests interests to hold a general conference here
soon to formulate a plan for a special
session of Congress to deal with the
lights of neutrals.
GEORGIANS LYNCHED
FRIENDS OF JACKSON
( Associated Pres)
Cochran, Ga., July 15. Two ne negroes,
groes, negroes, suspected of aiding Peter
Jackson, slayer of three white men,
who was killed yesterday, were lynch lynched
ed lynched near here last night.
WANTED
To contract for f-rty thousand
0x8-8 hc-crts,v 40 thousand CxS-8 saps
L. L. Y. P., sound and -quare edged.
7-15-3t C, A. Noye3,
1812 Main Jacksonville.
EP WORTH LEAGUE SOCIAL
The Ocala Epworth League will
give a historical social at the dormi dormitory
tory dormitory Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Ev Everyone
eryone Everyone cordially invited.
Silver, Golden, Raisin, Chocolate
and Pound cakes are now put up at
the Carter Bakery "in 10 cent -packages
under 'the name of "Delicious."
None better. Try them. tf
Have you tried those delicious Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
Gerig's. tf.
"DELICIOUS" is the brand under
which the Carter Bakery 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
weather. tf
Houses for rent on Daugherty
street, all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to A. G. Gate3 at Gates' Gar Garage.
age. Garage. 15-tf
A Cough Remedy that Relieve
its prepared irom tne healing pine
balsam, tar and honey all mixed in a
'pleasant, soothing cough syrup called
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. Thousands
jhave benefited by its use no need
wur cnuunng mat annoymc coua or
risking a dangerous cold- Go to your
dealer, ask for a 25c. crigir.al bottle
Dr. Hall's Pine-Tar-IIor.ey, start u? u?-ing
ing u?-ing at once and get rid of your couh
and cold. Adr. 2

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Nebraska has declared that Prof.
Lawrence Bruner, the state entomol entomologist,
ogist, entomologist, is its foremost citizen.

is more excuse made in America for
Germany for killing American women
and chiIren on the Lusitania than
there would be for America in Ger-

minc,i,,r TUr i wjis the manv it an American navai uuitt-r

licuucmaji) ""'J 1
French fourth of Jury. Never since j committed an act that caused the
the takine of the Bastile has the valor death of a hundred German norl

and chivalry of thJ French nation 'combatants. With all our faults, we

been so much in evidence as it is to- Americans are more given to seeing
jn the other fellow's side of a story than

: : i ny other people on earth.

Isn't it strange that those two Jew!
baiters. W. M. Stafford and Jasper j Our always chivalrous contempor

Willis, voluntarily took up their resi-i ary, the Columbia State, says that in

case the United States i.-- forced into

war, it wants our country to fight
fair. The Star disagree. with the

State. If we have to fight, it wants

In the opinion of a mollycoddle, a our country to do anything and ev

jingo is a person who thinks his own i erything to save it owns people and

dence in Levy, a county which deriv

ed its name from one of the sons of
Jacob?

country is better than, any other. We

have a good many jingoes. Irr Ger Germany,
many, Germany, the people are all jingoes, and
the Star, at least, does not apply the
name to them as a term of reproach.

Altho a jury has declaredHarry
Thaw sane, it rests with Justice Hen Hendricks
dricks Hendricks whether he be set free or not.
If the judge, after summouing a jury
and putting the state to the expense
of a trial, sends Thaw back to Mat Mat-teawan,
teawan, Mat-teawan, he will commit not only an
unjust act, but a very foolish one.
Says rotigh and ready Rube Allyn
of, the Sarasota Sun: "We trust edi editorial
torial editorial writers thruout the state will
oblige us by refraining from pulling
that 'wages of sin is death' stuff any
more in connection, with the murder
of the Eliot women. It makes us tired.
There is a nice bunch of sin being
committed every day and the guilty
parties will remain in good health."

destroy its enemies. Taking a leaf

out of Germany's book, the Star
thinks it will be right and proper and
highly advisable to dose cur enemies

with hell fire, if it be possible to do so

We want to draw the line at one place,
however. We do not think it would
be advisable or permissible or even

excusable to kill women and child children,
ren, children, even to save our own men. We
would rather see our country lose

than win by such crimes as sinking

the Lusitania

It would greatly increase an era of
notable good feeling and pleasant in intercourse
tercourse intercourse if Germany would claim the
right to kill us and rob us whenever
such treatment promoted her ends or
served her -purposes; what's the use
giving, butter with the dirt? Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. ?
In these., forty-three words, the
Times-Union has very closely ex expressed
pressed expressed the American opinion of the
German note.

It is strange that the German peo people,
ple, people, who stand by each other so firm firmly
ly firmly all over the world, are surprised
that Americans resent the death of
their fellow citizens on the Lusitania.
Judging by all we : have heard, there

We had given Benjamin of the

Ocala Star the iron cross of the sec

ond class for the. best short sermon

on the subject uppermost in people's

minds, because he confined his preach

ing to seven lines. But we want to
snatch the honor from his noble
breast and give it to Straub who mor moralizes
alizes moralizes in three words: "Quit your
meanness." Clearwater Sun.
You can have back your old cross,
and welcome, if you will only prom promise
ise promise to mind Straub.

Straub of the St. Petersburg Times
is against sermonizing on the Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater tragedy. However, he makes
some remarks on the incident that
are much more to the point than the
average sermon ever goes. In it he
says :
Most of the newspaper "sermons"
have had as their text (of course)
"The wages of sin is death." And yet
no one of them has given that text a
true application to the crime, which

n fact would be really impossible.

The "death" referred to is not of the

hysical body but of the spiritual.

The mother, reputed a pure Christian

woman, although taken without warn

ing is presumed to have passed to a
Christian's reward. The poor Girl,
taken without either warning or

preparation, by the same token is pre presumed
sumed presumed to have reaped "the wages of

in," indeed the "deatU" of the souL

But the Man! If he should be proved
guilty and should receive the penalty
of the law of this world if he should
first repent, confess and make the re

quired preparation he too would pass
on tor the remark of a true Christian.
The Girl alone of the three would

have received "the wages of sin."

And another editorial "sermon"

says of the situation that resulted in
the crime:

"And as long as red blood runs in

the veins of men and the clothes of
women are designed by voluptuaries.

it will be not rare, but common."
And it further relates the editor
having often seen the Girl on the
streets of Tampa, "apparently as in innocent
nocent innocent of face as a babe in arms,"
but in "a charm of dress that follow followed
ed followed the dictates of fashion."
As the Man was not responsible for
the "red blood" that may have been
in his veins, and the Girl of course
was responsible for dressing after the
"dictates of fashion," this editorial
"sermon" as between the Man of forty-three
and the Girl of nineteen puts
the blame wholly upon the Girl. And
this when the editor, who is a highly
educated writer, knows that during
each one of the last six thousand
years no matter what her form of

dress has been and it has been of

every conceivable form this same

charge has been made by Man
against Woman for an offense in

which in the first of every instance

he has been the aggressor.
BASKET PICNIC AT BLITCHTON

WACAIIOOTA

CITY HEALTH OFFICER'S
REPORT FOR JUNE

acanor,ia, juiy in. uuite a rum-

Markets and bakeries: Marsh, ex- jker from here attended the picnic and

cellent; Teuton, Carn-Thomas, Carter, i new county rally at Flemir.gton the

"rd and enjoyed the day, the dinner 't
and speeches very much. I

t

Schlemmer, Sarasota, Fausett, Will Williams,
iams, Williams, good; Mordis, Heintz, Dawkins,
Lowe, Golman, Sabie, Bell, fair; Cas Cas-minski,
minski, Cas-minski, poor.
Dairies and milk as follows:

DAIRY itf l- "EcJ
.5 'Zl C3 fa ft,
Campbell Farm 84 3.9 CG, 000
Marion Farms 78 4.0 43,000
Hall Farm 79 3.8 50,000
Hewitt 83 3.8 31,000
Ocala Heights IK) 4.0 32,000
Pyles 75
Mrs. Close 81
Mrs. Roller 55
() Sells only butter and butter buttermilk.
milk. buttermilk. H. F. Watt, City Health Officer.
AN INTERESTING PAPER

The -Williston Courier evidently
thinks the people of Marion and Levy
counties are on a level with the ig ignorant
norant ignorant Russian moujiks, whose po pogroms
groms pogroms on the Jews have caused the
name of their country to be reproach reproached
ed reproached by all civilized men The Courier
gives good evidence of being on that
level itself, so its mistake is natural.

Why not call one of those proposed
South Florida highways the "Pros "Prosperity
perity "Prosperity Trail," Sounds pretty fitten,
doesn't it? Tampa Times.
. Yes, and it should run right thru
the farming section of Alachua, Mar Marion
ion Marion and Sumter counties.

There will be a basket picnic at
Blitchton on Thursday, July 29th.
There will be speaking by leading
men of the county on the topic of
county division, and refreshments will
be sold, the proceeds to go toward
re-covering the Baptist church. Ev

erybody invited and bring well filled

baskets and enjoy a pleasant day.

Mr. Louis Long, proprietor of the
Ocala House, was showing his friends
the other day an interesting copy of
the New York World printed in 1885.
The most interesting feature of the

paper, from a local standpoint, was
the fact that the entire first page was
taken up with an advertisement of
one of the fraudulent land companies
of New York, which was exploiting a
"city" out in the pine woods, near

Leroy, Fla., the population of which,
as long ago as that must have been

50,000 judging by the plat and de description
scription description in the ad, but even the site
of which is now gone from the mem

ory of man.

The paper also contained a two two-page
page two-page write-up with crude and (to us
of this day) comical illustrations of
the first great blasting work on the
rocks of the famous Hell Gate chan

nel through which ships had to pass 4

to reach New York City, and where
ho many vessels formerly came to
grief.

WILL BE CLEARWATER'S
MOST INTERESTING WEEK

Clearwater Sun: A telegram re received
ceived received from the manager of the Ocala
baseball team stated that the players
will arrive here next Sunday night
so as to get a good night's rest and be
in fine shape for the first game on
Monday. All arrangements are be being
ing being made to have some really good
baseball next week and there will be

a whole lot of other amusement. The

week promises to be the most inter
esting of the year in Clearwater.

V tZi v'j j.ius is our

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It is possible that some of the
women who dress too lightly do so in
order to attract the attention of men.
And it is not only possible but high highly
ly highly probable that nearly every man
is not only willing but anxious that
every pretty woman he meets should
try to attract his attention.

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HOFFMAN PRESS
Manufactured for the pressing of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding,

can not wear or tear. Call and see
do the woik.

T S Ocala Steam Laundry

Phone 101

402-404 South Main St.

If

It is not to be wondered at that at attempts
tempts attempts to take Frank from the Geor Georgia
gia Georgia prison farm at Milledgeville have
been reported, and it would not be
wonderful if such an attemnt was

tr
'made ajid succeeded. There are
Jv pnoiifVi ciiards at MilTfdcvillA to

Jt j control the prisoners, but not enough
4m to resist a mob of 500 men from out-
j side. If such an attempt was made,
and succeeded, the men concerned in
4 'it would everlastingly disgrace their
J state.

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fcefe of our

Bcshess

is we

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. ITIS aUALITYjTHAT 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.

IMMON HARBWA!
PHONE 118,

About the most sensible thing done
in the way of national defense is the
plan to form a board of American in inventors
ventors inventors with Edison at the head, and
such men as Lake and Maxim among
the members. These men, if the
country would back them up, could
soon put into active use devices that
would be worth more than five mill million
ion million soldiers armed in an ordinary
fashion.

5

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Steamship Lines
Jacksonville
TO r
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
H. a AVERY, AGENT
Jacksonville, Fla.

(

j The Star is informed that another
j offense against neutrality is planned.
An industrious German near Okla-
t waha has a bumper corn crop and it
is reported that as soon as the grain
j is gathered one of the kaiser's sub submarines
marines submarines will come up the "crooked
. river," take the corn on board and

convey it to the fatherland.

j In pursuance of the policy of the
government to strengthen island pos possessions,
sessions, possessions, the members of the 111th
company at Fort Dade, near Tampa,
jw:!l be transferred to Manila. The
I soldiers will leave Tampa July 30,
: traveling in a special train to San

Francisco, sailing from there August
5th for the Philippines. One hundred
and six men will compose the party
and several of the officers will be ac accompanied
companied accompanied by their wives.

COMPANY
OCALA, FLA.

Trr.velin Man's Experience

"In the summer of 1888 I had a very
severe attack of cholera morbus. Two
physicians worked over me from four
a. m. to G p. m. without giving me any

relief and then told me they did not
efcrpeot 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 H. W. Ireland,
Louisville, Ky. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.

WOOD
PHONE 503J
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will hare
immediate Attention
J. L. SMOAR
At Bmotk'i Voe Mop.

Senator IJlitch arvl s-r.n of Mont- j
brook, Mrs. Thir.cy and daughter 2
Olive, and poti Charlie, were guests I
to dinner of Mrs. Ervin Rruton Julvi
4th.
Almost the entire neighborhood J
met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. El-!

ivin Ilruton on the "th and enjoyed a

picnic. The ladies did fancy work on
the porch and the gentlemen discuss discussed
ed discussed the leading topic of the day, Blox Blox-ham
ham Blox-ham county, under the lare oak
trees, while the little folks enjoyed
swimming, tricycle riding, etc. At
noon everybody enjoyed the tempt tempting
ing tempting viands the thrifty housewives
had prepared to apea?e the appe appetite
tite appetite of the most fastidious. In the
afternoon the cutting of a huge bee
tree afforded much plea?ure and
amusement. Mr. and Mrs. Ilruton are
royal host and hostess and everyone
felt deeply indebted to them for so
pleasant a day. Those from a dis distance
tance distance were Miss Elizabeth Mathews.
Tacoma; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lyle
and children, Mr. Ira Iieck and Mrs.
Charles Mixson of Gainesville, Mr.
Harvey Bruton and Mr. Orris Knox,
Micanopy; Mr. Neal Mathews, Flem Flem-ington;
ington; Flem-ington; Mr. Grady Mathews, Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, William Curry, Palatka, and
Miss Olive and Mr. Charles Phiney,
Raleigh.
Mrs. R. P. Smith entertained the
young set at a reception at her lovely
home here -Wednesday evening from

8 to 11:30 o'clock, in honor of her
house guest. Miss Elizabeth Mathews
of Tacoma. Cards and rook "were the

principal features of amusement.

Salted peanuts were served in hand

some nut bowls during the games.
At the conclusion of the games de delicious
licious delicious peach cream and cake were
served. Mrs. Smith is an ideal young
hostess and her home is leautifully
adapted for entertaining and the
young people are always delighted to

receive an invitation to her home.

Mrs. T. N. Smith entertained at

dinner Wednesday in honor of the

visitors, Miss Mathews of Tacoma,

and Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Beck of Palatka.

Mr. J. O. Tyson made a business
trip to Ihe University City Wednes

day.

Mr. B. F. Mathews of Tacoma was
a visitor here Saturday. He was ac accompanied
companied accompanied home by his daughter,
Miss Elizabeth, who had been a vis visitor
itor visitor to Miss Rosalie Smith and Mrs.
R. I. Smith for the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mixson and
Dr. Guy Mixson of Gainesville were
callers on Mr. J. F. Bruton Sunday
afternoon.
Master William Curry left Satur Saturday
day Saturday for his home in Palatka after a
three weeks visitto his uncle, Mr. C.
R. Curry-
Mr. Shade Rawls and mother, Mrs.
I. N. Rawls, Misses Beulah Rawls and
Maude Ferguson of Montbrook, were
visitors here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Smith and chil

dren of Jacksonville arrived Sunday

afternoon and are guests of Mrs. L.
M. Smith this week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Epperson and
son Cameron of Williston were
guests of Mrs. L. M. Smith Sunday
and Monday.

Mr. Napoleon Smith left last Mon

day for Williston, where he has a po

sition in the Williston tVIfg. Co. store.

Messrs. Neal and Grady Mathews

were Sunday afternoon callors at Mr.

C. M. Smith's.

Miss Rosalie Smith entertained

very iniormaiiy at a Juncneon on

Monday evening in honor of Mr.

Grady Mathews of Jacksonville. The
house wa3 beautifully decorated for
the occasion. The color motif, red

and white, was artistically carried out
in the reception room and dining

room. Mrs. C M. Smith, Miss Ros Rosalie's
alie's Rosalie's mother, greeted the guests at
the front door and Miss Rosalie her herself
self herself received in the reception room
and introduced the guests to Mr.
Mathews. Cards were enjoyed until
10:30 when a two course buffet lunch luncheon
eon luncheon was served in the dining room.
The table was spread with a hand handsome
some handsome embroidered luncheon cloth, the
centerpiece being a tall cut glass
ase of red and white carnations on

lea's far Sale I

NOW GOING Or I
LET THE PRICES TALK

JUST A FEW
LITTLE THINGS
Men's 5c Handker- Op
chiefs in this sale JU
Men's 10c Handker- "7p
chiefs in this sale
Men's 15c Collars Ifjp
in this sale at lUb

Men's 50o Belts in
this Sale
Men's 25c Belts in
this sale at

35c
19c

Men's 50c Suspend OCp
. ers in this sale Out
Men's 25c Suspend-1 Qp
ers in this sale Ivlj
Men's 15c Suspend-1 flp"
ers at I UU

Men's 50c Night
Shirts for
50c Elastic Seam
Drawers at

Men's 2-piece Bath-1 Q p
ing Suits at ... IwU

39c
35c

MEN'S STRAW
- HATS
We have reduced all of
our new straw hats,
- the $1.50 to ri nn
$3 grades to 4I.UU
Other Straw Hats COp
as low as uiib
Men's and Boy's QHp
Silk & Straw HatsOub.
All of our Mens Felt
Hats have been- re reduced,
duced, reduced, some hats that
sold as low as QQp
$2 for only UU
$3.00 Grades can "now"
be bought for CI QC
only J)i.uJ

Every thin a, in ilils
Sale will be sold for
Cash. Nothing will
be charged to anyone.

MENS HAND-TAILORED 80

$18 Suits, strictly hand tailored, several
styles all wool

Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EUBALUERS
rilONES 47, 104. 303
OCALA, FLORIDA

The Servant
Question

has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE and a
WATER HEATER. The
cooking and cleaning on
Long Hot Days
are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM HELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bill.
Ocala Gas Company
PHONE 6t

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$11.90

$15 Suits, hand tailored, assorted materiaisCQ On
stitched fronts at yu.iJu
$12.50 Suits, all "wool, assorted styles and CO A C
materials at U..U
We have a large stock of odds and ends in (TG OH
this sale that will go at.from $3.95 to JJ
IV1 EN'S PANTS
One hig lot of assorted materials and styles Q Qr
sold up to $3 at
Everjpair ol pants in the store reduced.

NECKWEAR and
. SUPPORTERS

25c

One big lot Men's
Ties at

One big lot Men's ICp
25c Ties at......

Better 50c ties to
go at

Paris or Boston 1 "7p
Supporters III

37c

MEN'
10c Grades
ed colors
15c Grades
ed colors
25c Grades
ed colors
50c Grades
ed colors

ssox
assort- "7p
at only
assort-
assort-

assort-at

Fffl'S
UNDERWEAR...
All 50c Athletic Under Underwear,
wear, Underwear, .including B. V.
D. and other best
makes will go 07p
at, per garment 0 u
Men's $1 Union "7Hp
Suits at- :lUb
50c grades Balbrig-0"7p
gan underwear Oil
25c grades. Men's IQn
Underwear at loll
Special lot Mens2-piece
Batiiing Suits to 1 Qp
go at 101
WORK SHIRTS

39c and OVERALLS

MEN'S TOP
SHIRTS

a reflector. The corners of the table:
cover were entwined with red flow-'J
ers. The menu consisted of chicken jj
salad, sandwiches, pickle, saltine:
wafers and prapefruit snow, with'
cake and ice tea. Miss Smith was:J

beautifully frowned in red silk crepe
with white roses.
A jolly party consisting of Mr.
and Mrs. R. P. Snr.ith, Mr. and Mrs.
M. R. Beck, Messrs. Neal and Grady

Mathews and Cedrick Smith and Miss

$1.50 Dress
shirts at

SI Dress Shirts,
leading makes
75c Dress Shirts
assorted styles
50c Dress Shirts
assorted styles

The above includes all
styles softand laundered

$1.00

79c
45c
39c

I Heavy 50c Work QHn

Shirts at. "vJU
Light Blue Cham- Opp
bray work shirts
$1 Ove alls, Head- OOp
light, and others Oc.1.
75c Overalls, as- fjp
sorted makes.- 0w
50c Overalls, only QOn
a few left- OOv
REMEWiBER
Nothing at all will be
charged to any one at
this sale. All goods will
be sold for cash.

MEN'S PALM BEACH SUITS
We have only been selling he GENUINE PALM IIEAC1I cloth
Suits all this season. Our prices have been J6JS0, $7 and $7.."D
You can now have your choice of various styles and rnatena! ut

s i

Rosalie Smith left for Tacoma this

week to attend a house party at j

the home of Miss Elizabeth Math Math-c
c Math-c ws.
Mr. C. C. Pedrick and son Douglas
and Mrs. Jim Rauknijrht and daugh daughter
ter daughter Eva, of Gainesville, were guests
of Mrs. V. P. Smith Sunday.

$4-95
ALTERATIONS MADE FREE

If you automobile needs repairs or
adjustment, take it to Luckie at
Davies place. 15-tf

For plumbi.itr and electr"!7 work
see II. W. Tucker. Phone 3o0 f

Diarrhoea Quickly Cured
"About tvo years ajro I had a se severe
vere severe attack of dinrrnoea which lasted
for over a week." writes W. C Jones
Bufo'-d. N. D. "I became so weak that
I could not stand upright. A drurjrit
recommended Chamberlain's Clic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The
first doc relieved me and within two

days I was as well as ever." Obtain

able everywhere. Adv.

FRAN KJ-

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Advertise in the Star.

l. alexanej:

PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILD Hit

Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More cr.u 3 tier
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor i- the citv-

VXGEIABLES. MILK AND i r;G
from our own farm !aily. O; ; x. :
and day, Ilerchaat's Ccf;.

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THE CIPHER KEY Lubin 3-reel drama, featuring F:arle Metcalfe.
THE IDOL OF FATE Selig comedy, featuring Elsie Greeson.
FORD WEEKLY
THE JAR FA.MILY DISCOVER HARLEM Being the first episode
of the celebrated Jar Family series, featuring Harry Davenport and
Rose Tapley.
ADMISSION: From 3:3 Oto 10:30, FIVE AND TEN CENTS

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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 giving absolute satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. Your clothes will last longer when laundere:! with modern
appliances than by the antiquated methods of years gone by. Come
in and inspect our plant and see' our methods of handling collars.
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Tickets sold for all regular trains, good to return to and including
JULY 22nd, 1915.
Leave Ocala
1:50 A. M. 1:17 P.M.. 4:30P.M.
(4:30 train only for Tampa.) ;
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Jacksonville, Fla. Ocala Fla

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Premier Carrier of the South
TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1915
, ROUND TRIP RATES FROM
JACKSONVILLE
- TO
ATLANTA $6.00 MACON $4.00
COLUMBIA $5.50
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 Macoi 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 andllogan Sts. Jacksonville, Fla.
Phone Nos. BELL 743 and 4041 AUTOMATIC M 1743
F. B. PINSON, T. P. A. G. R. PETTIT, D. P. A.,
Tampa, Florida. Jacksonville, Florida.

WHEN

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f OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I

(If you have any items for this
Thought for the Day
We must be as courteous to a man
as to a picture which we are willing
to give the benefit of a good light.
Emerson.
Mrs. Emily Green, Mrs. S. T. Sis Sis-trunk,
trunk, Sis-trunk, Miss Ethel Haycraft and Mr.
Edwin Green spent today at Lake
Weir picnicking at Camp "We-Chews-It."
Miss Elizabeth White, the young
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe White,
was operateiTon yesterday at the hos hospital
pital hospital for adenoids. The operation
was successful and the patient was
removed late in the afternoon to the
home of her parents on South Second
street, west.
Mr. Claude C. Sims, who has been
spending the past few days in the
city transacting business, returned to
Tampa last night.
Mr. Waterman En Route Home
Mr. John Waterman, who owns ex extensive
tensive extensive and lucrative mining inter interests
ests interests at El Vallao, Venezuela, i3 now
in New York City for a brief stay be before
fore before leaving for this city to visit his
mother, Mrs. S. E. Waterman and his
two children. Ivia and Robert Water Waterman.
man. Waterman. Mr. Waterman's health has not
been good for some time and on con consulting
sulting consulting a physician at Trinidad, he
was advised to go to New York, for
which city he immediately left. Mr.
Waterman wrote from the latter
place that after the sea voyage he
was feeling splendidly and would
leave for Florida as soon as he at attended
tended attended to some business matters. He
is expected to arrive here next week.
Mr. W. B. Gallagher returned home
on the limited yesterday from Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, where he visited Dr. and Mrs. A.
C. Hamblin for a few days. Mr. Gal Gallagher
lagher Gallagher was groomsman at the mar marriage
riage marriage of Miss Minerva Hamblin and
Mr. James II. Letton, Jr.. yesterday.
The wedding was a beautiful event
taking place at the home of the
bride's parents shortly before 10
o'clock and though attended only by
relatives and closest friends, the
ceremony occasioned the cordial in interest
terest interest of the hundreds of friends
throughout the state. Mr. and Mrs.
Letton are now en route to Paris, Ky.,
which place will be their future home,
Mr. Letton being prominently iden identified
tified identified with business and social activ activities
ities activities of that city.
For Mrs. Potter and Mrs. Liddon
Mrs. II. A. Waterman will be host hostess
ess hostess to a charming mid-summer tea
Tuesday afternoon, honoring her
mother, Mrs. B. J. Potter and sister,
Mrs. Mallory Liddon of Jacksonville,
who are her house guests for July.
Major and Mrs. L. T. Izlar will en enjoy
joy enjoy their annual trip to South Caro Carolina
lina Carolina next month. They will spend
several weeks visiting their daughter,
Mrs. Samuel Buist in Blackville and
will make a series of visits to rela relatives
tives relatives and friends at other places.
Misses Catherine and Mildred Pyles
left today for Pablo Beach to visit
Mrs. Ion Farris, and from there they
will go to Palm Beach to be members
of a house party given by a number
of young men. They expect to be
away three weeks.
Mrs. H. P. Newman and little Edith
and sister, Miss Josephine Williams,
have gone to St. Augustine for a few
days' visit. Bartow notes in Tampa
Times.
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Mrs. E. J. Mills-Price and pretty
little daughter Hope, who have been
the guests of the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs.G. K. Robinson since
March, departed this morning for
their home in Boston. They were
passengers on the Lenape sailing this
afternoon from Jacksonville for New
York. As Miss Ethel Robinson Mrs.
Mills-Price was one of Ocala's love loveliest
liest loveliest society girls and her visits to
her former home are a source of
pleasure always to her many friends.
Miss Marguerite Moore accom
panied by her father, Mr. John T.
Moore, returned home yesterday from
a three weeks' visit with her aunt,
Mrs. R. A. Taylor at Hardwick, Ga.
- Miss Margaret Ansley of Birmirig
ham, is in Lakeland, the guest of her
sister, Mrs. Sanford Jewett.
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Miss Annie Davis, Mrs. William
Hocker and three daughters went to
the lake this afternoon, the former to
remain for a week and the. others to
stay until Sunday.
Mr. L. W. Duval will leave the first
of August to visit his parents in Mar Mar-rietta,
rietta, Mar-rietta, Ga., and Mrs. Duval and
daughter at Long Grove, Ky.
Mrs. George MacKay was a visitor
from Lake Weir today, coming up
this morning to shop.
Miss Beatrice Williams' friends
will be glad to learn that she has un
aergone ner operation lor appen
dicitis and is now doing nicely at the
hospital.
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Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Carney have as
their guest for a day or two the for former's
mer's former's great-nephew, Mr. John Wilson

department, call 'phone 106) i

Shacklett of Nashville, Tenn. Mr.
Shacklett is taking a pleasure trip',
through Florida and will go to Tampa
from here. Nearly twenty years ago
his mother, then Miss Fannie Louj
Wilson, taught two terms in the Ocala i
high school, and he is being given a
warm welcome by her friends. I
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Dues Social
The following program will be ren
dered at the "Dues Social" to be held
at the home of Mrs. George W. Mar Martin
tin Martin Friday afternoon: I
Instrumental solo, "Military March"
Virginia Neely.
Solo, "Colombia Shall be Free."
Recitation, "Lift a Little" Mary
Louise Atkison.
Recitation by Irene Henderly.
Instrumental solo by Maud Little.
Recitation, "A Case of Charity"
Jessie Cowdrick.
"Girl's Speech" Francis Green.
All members are requested to come.
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Mrs. C. R. Tydings and son, Mr.
Robert Tydings, did not stop at Ac Ac-worth,
worth, Ac-worth, Ga., last week, but went direct directly,
ly, directly, to the former home of Mrs. Ty Tydings
dings Tydings in Columbus, O., where the
are now enjoying a visit to relatives.
Mrs. J. D. Marlin and little daugh daughter
ter daughter left this morning for Erie, Pa.,
to spend the remainder of the sum summer
mer summer with her mother. Mrs. Marlin
will be accompanied home in the fall
by her mother, who will be her guest
for the winter.
Mrs. J. B. Borland, Mrs. Talmage
Dupree and little daughter and Misse3
Louise and Ethel Borland were
morning visitors today from Citra.
Mrs. R. A. Burford and Miss Agnes
Burford are expected home shortly
from a visit to relatives in Troy, Ala.
Rev. and Mrs. Bunyan Stephens and
Master McClure Stephens leave Mon Monday
day Monday for Atlanta to spend a fortnight
visiting the former's mother, after
which Mr. Stephens will return home
and Mrs. Stephens and son will go to
Shelbyville, Ky., to remain until fall,
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
McClure.
NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT
If you want to purchase a new au automobile
tomobile automobile on easy payment9, get the
information by addressing Box 104,
Ocala, Fla. C-19-l?.t
OCALA SEED STORE
A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
ShortF, Hay and Mr'asses feeds. G5tf
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.
V. K. Lane, M. P., "Thyslrlan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Kar, Ntse
and Throat. Lavr Library. Uulldln.
Ocala, Fla.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place." tf
The latest Columbia phonograph re
cords are now to be had at the Ocala
Loan and Pawn Office at greatly re
duced prices. Many entirely new songs,
dialogues, etc., just in. "Why Pay
More?" 9 Ct
Norris famous candies never failed
to satisfy. To be had only at the
Court Pharmacy. 6t.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
PURE -JERSEY COW FOR SALE
I have one fine, pure Jersey cow for
sale; fresh with second calf; gives
3 1-2 gallons of milk per day. W D.
Cam, Ocala, Fla. 15-Gt
FOUND A gold medal with name
Minnie engraved across top. Owner
can have same by paying reward and
expense. 12-Ct
FOUND A pair of chauffeur's gog
gles. Finder may have same by call
ing at this office and paying reward
and expenses. 8-Ct
FOR RENT Five-room cottage with
modern conveniences, gas, electricity,
baths, etc. Apply to Mrs. Jake Brpwn,
North Tuscawilla street, or phone
162. 2G-tf
FOR RENT Well located and nlcelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
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ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with boaid at special sum
mer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-1 mo.
SEE 1HK FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
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CHAPTER II.
Will Cheat Lamar Stanley!"
the preliminary corresiondence
coiKt-rnin this matter Lawyer
Suivtue La.l l.H'n yraiifk-U to note
tlut n of the Stanleys near of
klu lu Virginia was a ju.Ie. To Law Lawyer
yer Lawyer Sni.whfs Uvular Liitlsh under understanding
standing understanding tfin;; a ju le lu the jungles
of Virginia was l- lo an uncouth, to
baccu fating. hare voicel. rt-d faced
Individual.
The fon.l nnl Its consequent bitter
enmities U-twcen Colonel Stanley and
Judre Lamar Stanley were hardly
gra.iKl by the testy old earl and hla
timid London lawyer. But the legal
mind of lawyer Smythe prompted him
to rdy inustly uiou the far off Virgin Virginia
ia Virginia Jinlpe.
So it was that to carry out his mis mission
sion mission In what he deemed were the wilds
of America Lawyer Suij-the determin determined
ed determined to place himself lu contact with the
Virginia Jude rather tlunu what he
thought might he the more militant
head of the American Stanleys, the ex ex-soldier.
soldier. ex-soldier. Colonel Arthur Stanley.
The lawyer had written to the Judge
and hard uon the heels of his letter
he had arrived at the little railroad
ffiauoi. vi i u.r.aa. in me uuss or me
evening upon the day in which the I
judge and the colonel had encountered
the gypsh?s. Matt Harding and his wife
Hagar.
All the barrister saw when he alight alighted
ed alighted from the fdow local train that had
brought him. and when his luggage
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The Mother of the Gypsy Child.
had been deposited beside him by un unceremonious
ceremonious unceremonious hands, was a shambling
negro with a private mall iouch at attached
tached attached to a .strap over his ragged shoul shoulder.
der. shoulder. This negro was Joined by several
other messengers of his sort, who were
busy receiving mail from the station
agent, who was evidently also the local
postmaster.
Lawyer Smythe looked up and down
the platform, expecting to see cowboys
or a prairie waon. or some sort of
backwoods i-ersm to greet him or vehi vehicle
cle vehicle to convey him to Judge Stan Stanley's
ley's Stanley's ranch. He finally summoned up
courage to inquire of the station agent agent-Itostinaster,
Itostinaster, agent-Itostinaster, ns that individual waa
locking up for the night.
"Judge Stanley?" repeated the sta station
tion station agent. "Why, his nigger, Zeke,
Just got the judge's mall and has gone.
The Judge couldn't have been expect
ing auylxHly, or he would have sent
his carriage. I'ut mebbe Zeke will tell
him he saw you. and you will be sent
for. You had better wait right here."
And he turned the key In the pad padlock
lock padlock ou the station door and trudged
awaj-, leaving the bewildered lawyer
wondering If wild beasts might be
atout.
In the somlHT living room that was
i'urt law office and chambers of Judge
Stanley, the judge and his equally
frtern visaged spouse were awaiting the
evening mail on the last train down
from lib hiiioi.tl
in a few minutes Zeke, the colored
bandy man of the household, entered
with the judge's mail bag. The judge
eagerly epa rated a large, formally ad addressed
dressed addressed cuveloj-e learlng English
st a in i s and s-ealcd at the back.
The Judge opened It. glanced at it
hurriedly and handed It to his wife.
"It from the cfliTs lawyer. Manna Manna-duke
duke Manna-duke Smythe. you see. He says he
ma 3- arrive at atout the same time this
letter reaches us." He turned to the
sluuchy iici:n. "Did you see a strange
man get oT the train looked like an
undertakerall Euglili lawyers do?"
"Yes. mjTi. a strange j-'emman did get
off de train." replied the negro, "but be
didn't ;ay nu.Iin to me. and i didn't
say nullin to him!"
"Yoti I. lack M-oui.dreir roared the
Judge. "Tlint geiitUmaii has come all
the way from England to see me on
.in Important matter. fSet my horse
-.ml put a -.i-M!e on the black mare. I
il g in t!:. station for him myself!"
At Stanley h '!!. In the old colonial
!-cdn .i of the mistress of the bouse.
t!.e r d ii'irsc, Lucy, was mlnls mlnls-ring
ring mlnls-ring to 1 -r .Tower faced mistress.
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!::nn: sollclt-!::nn: th; old colored mam mam-v
v mam-v a'TlrtM-itive nods.
v.-. r.v ....M-y. do doctor will be
-:. r- uu; I-:'. ;'?i" the old IlUrse WSS
a. :; .'. -i "t t!n colonel jest back
:: : ?r .-tfer li'm"' lle-s my SOUL
; ncy. d -.?;.. I r. Lee blsself driv driv-n"
n" driv-n" in v M 't oV rd boss. Stonewall.
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old nurse softly bustled to the door and
admitted the doctor.
In the copse of woods, hardly far-
ther than a stone's throw from the
mansion, night was falling darkly with
the mutterings of an approaching
storm. Orer a gmoldering fire crouch crouched
ed crouched Matt Harding, the gypsy, puffing at
his short black pipe. A cry of pain
from the weather stained tent near by
roused the man. and he arose and sul sullenly
lenly sullenly walked over and entered the
shabby shelter.
In a few moments be emerged and
hurried rapidly In the direction of
Stanley Hall.
As he rapped at the great door of
the mansion Ned. the colored butler,
opened It, throwing a glare of yellow
light upon the sinister face of the
CTPsy.
You cant see nobody to this house.
Mr. Man,- said Ned.
"But I tell you Colonel Stanley prom
tsed me his doctor would be here to tonight
night tonight and that he would attend my
wife- She needs the doctor now." It's
a matter of life and death. And it's
bad luck when a gypsy dies without
being able to face the rising sun."
MDe colonel's alius doln' foolish kind kindnesses
nesses kindnesses fo poo white trash," grumbled
the darky as he shut the door on the
strange caller and went reloctantly to
bear his message.
But the good old physician was posl
tire that no harm would come from Lis
absence for an hour or so and hastened
away on his errand of mercy.
At the little station of Fairfax mean
while the now frightened London law lawyer
yer lawyer was wondering whether he should
load the elephant rifle with which he
had provided himself and fortify him himself
self himself behind his luggage. As the beat
of horse hoofs drew nearer the English
lawyer rose with leveled rifle and cried:
"Halt! Who goes there, friend or
foe?"
The approaching horseman. Judge
Lamar Stanley, laughed grimly as he
called out: -It's a frlendl Don't shoot!"
And then he rode up to the plltform
and introduced himself to the English Englishman
man Englishman and explained matters to the tat tatter's
ter's tatter's satisfaction. Then the Judge
fastened the luggage of hts visitor to
the two saddle horses, and they rode
off together.
In the copse of wood the pattering
night rain fell upon the gypsy tent.
The storm passed as quickly as It
had come, and the moon shone out
refulgently. The flap of the tent open opened,
ed, opened, and the bulky form of the good
doctor was seen In the moonlight. He
held a small swaddled object In his
arms.
-Matt Harding," said Dr. Lee Im Impressively,
pressively, Impressively, "the storm has passed with
the miracle of birth, and you may say,
as waa said of old. 'Unto us a child is
born; unto us a son Is given."
"Them's flne words for rich folk,"
grumbled the gypsy gruffly. "To me
it don't mean nothing but another,
mouth to feed."
The doctor regarded the man with
such a look of sternness that the gypsy
took the child from the doctor and en entered
tered entered the tent with It after promising
the physician to take good care of it
and its mother.
The good doctor hurried back to
Stanley hall, where all were Impatient Impatiently
ly Impatiently awaiting him. He smiled reassur reassuringly
ingly reassuringly at the colonel's wife, the colonel
and the nurse.
"A flne boy has been born to the
gypsy woman," he said. "It seems an
omen of like good luck to Stanley halL
We may expect a little earl to be born
here this night, he added gently.
The colonel's flower faced wife shook
her head and, smiled back at the old
doctor, and the colonel spoke quickly.
"I have no ambitions for any title for
a son of mine," he said. "But I wish
a boy If but to thwart my cousin. La Lamar
mar Lamar Stanley."
A bitter expression crept Into the
face of the negro woman at the men mention
tion mention of Judge Stanley's name.
"Don't you worry, honey," she said
softly to her mistress, "an don't you
worry either, coloneL De good-Lord
don't intend no luck for Judge Lamar
Stanley. I was a slave girl on his fa father's
ther's father's place when de Jedge was a
young man. ITe killed my brother like
a dog. an' he had me beat Insensible
when I called him 'Cain-
A girl child was born at Stanley
hall at midnight. The colonel blanch blanched
ed blanched at the news, but the flower faced
mother smiled and called her husband
to bring the diamond from the sky.
With trembling hands he brought the
precious heirloom, and the mother with
ber own weak hands placed the chain
and the locket that contained the
Jewel around the neck of her newborn
daughter.
"She Is heir to Stanley hall, at least."
murmured the mother, "and until you
die." she added, turning to the colonel,
"she may wear It as a 'charm against
harm. as the Stanleys of out branch
have always done."
Then as all turned away to hide their
tears at the pathos of ber words the
young mother, with trembling hands.
drew a slip of folded paper from be
neath ber pillow and. opening the se secret
cret secret catch at the back of the locket,
placed a mother's last message unno
ticed beneath the diamond from the
sky. murmuring as she did so
"'A charm against barm my little
daughter; 'charm against barm!" And
then she sank back upon ber pillow.
her babe upon her breast.
The old nurse turned and gazed fixed fixedly
ly fixedly at her mistress; then, with a scream
of grief and terror, she threw herself
beside the babe and mother.
"She Is dead!" shrieked the nurse.
"My sweet mistress is deadr It was
but too true: this gentle soul had
passed.
In the library an hour later Dr. Lee
stood over the shattered coloneL "Lis
ten to the truth." said the doctor. "It
Is Idle for you to rave. I have told
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I and another attack like this may De
, your deaUlj yQa caimot hcoe fc IlT.

i6 hurry A wif wno may yet ccar yoa
a on."
"I will never marry aalar cried
Colonel Stanley In anguLsh, "I Late
loved bat one woman, could love but
one woman, and she Is dead: But, by
heavens, I will cheat Lamar Stanley
and all his brood! I har. sr.nm ir.

yonder safe. I will buy the n;ale cLIld
I bora to the gypsy woman. I will LIde
j away my own Cesh and blood, my lit little
tle little daughter, and have her reared ten
t deriy, yet In secret. And the gypsy
brat at my death shall be the Earl of
Stanley la England and pssess the
, diamond from the sky. That will be
flne for Lamar Stanley and bU vermin
offspringr And he laughed and shook
his hands In bitter rage.
I mean it, and you must help me me-You
You me-You hate Lamar Stanley, for be ruined
you. Mammy Lucy hates hlnx lie
killed her twin brother In cold blood.
Comer
In the glow of his campfire Matt
Harding gazed greedily at the wealth
beyond his wildest dreams that Colo Colonel
nel Colonel Stanley had roused him from his
fitful slumber to pour Into his lap.
Hagar, roused from her fevered
dreams, felt her babe being lifted from
her bosom. The rural gypsy husband
and father seized her by the throat as
she feebly struggled. He gagged and
bound ber hastily as he might and
emerged panting from the tent, carry carrying
ing carrying the swaddled babe which be hand handed
ed handed to the colonel and the docior.
-Does my wife object? be asked to
the doctor's question. "Say. governors,
she would sell every -child she expects
to have for half the money. Well be
twenty miles away by Kunriso and fif
ty miles more by another day. We'll
he gypsy kings and queens and you'll
neVe" hear of us againT
Back at Stanley hall the doctor and
the colonel entered secretly by the li library
brary library window and bore the babe up upstairs
stairs upstairs to the waiting nurse. Reluctant Reluctantly
ly Reluctantly and yet resolved like all the rest,
the faithful colored nurse arrayed the
gypsy child In flne linen and hung
about Its neck "the diamond from the
sky," while the little daughter, born to
Stanley hall, whimpered beside its fair
dead mother.
In answer to the summons to Stan Stanley
ley Stanley hall came Judge Stanley, the kins kinsman
man kinsman enemy and the English barrister.
It was a strange group that gathered
in the colonel's library, the English
barrister, the grim, bitterly disappoint
ed Judge, silently facing Dr. Lee and
Colonel Stanley.
A pull at the bell rope and the weep
ing colored nurse entered the library
bearing the black haired, dark eyed
babe, a male child In Stanley hall, pre presumptive
sumptive presumptive heir to an English earldom.
and blazing ou its breast was the, dia
mond from the sky.
Over the gypsy campflre within tho
sound of a human call from Stanley
hall a bereft and frenzied mother ton
herself loose -from her bonds. Like a
tigress, she threw herself upon her
husband and demanded her child.
When he told ber of the bargain and
showed her the money that came from
It she cursed blm and the gold and.
seizing a Jagged burning billet from the
Are. she struck Matt Harding down
and. leaving him prone ou the ground.
she rushed to Stanley ball to regain her
firstborn.
The gypsy roused himself from the
stunning blow and hastened after ber
ere she could spoil all his greedy
Matt Haid.ng, the Gypsy.
:::es. The g."-t door of Stanley
hall stood ajar. For a moment Hagar
swayed faintly at tle portal. Then
she staggered In and down the spa-
' lous bnll to the door of the library.
lulded by the Kound of men's voices
and the cries of a child ber child!
Her hands seized the knob and softly
ind silently she threw open the door
Just a her gypy husband seized her
from behind.
The backs of the Judge, the English
lawyer, the doctor and the nurse were
Co the door, bat Colonel Stanley stood
behind the library table facing the
door.
"Yes." be was saying, "there is the
newborn baby, a ton. do you hear, a
son!" And then his eyes opened wide
with horror, for there, struggling at
the open door, were the gypsy woman
and ber husband. The man's hand
was over the woman' mouth, and
wltb every effort be nought to strangle
her to silence and closed the door.
Colonel Stanley clutched at hla heart
and fell senseless forward across the
library table!
(Continued Next Week)
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Everything to go at slaughtered prices.
PANAMAS $1.00
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 riillinery
Upstairs Pof1f Ocala
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.HUSBAND

DESPAIRING WIFE

After Fcnr Years of Discouraging
Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave
Up in Despair. Husband
1 Came to Rescue.

Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter

from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock

writes as follows : "I suffered for four

years, with womanly troubles, and during
this time, 1 could only sit up for a little
while, and could not walk anywhere at
all. At times, I would have severe pains
In my left side.
The doctor was called in, and his beat beat-ment
ment beat-ment relieved me for a while, but I was
soon confined to my bed again. After
that, nothing seemed to do me any good.

I had gotten so weak I could not stand,
and I gave up in despair.
At last, my husband got me a bottle o!
Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com commenced
menced commenced taking it. From the very first
dose, I could tell it was helping me. 1
can now walk two miles without its
tiring me, and am doing all my work.'
If you are all run down from womanly
troubles, don't give up in despair. Try
Cardui, the woman's tonic It has helped
more than a million women, In its 50
years of continuous success, and should
surely help you, too. Your druggist has
sold Cardui for years. He knows what
it will do. Ask him. He will recom recommend,
mend, recommend, it. Begin taking C3rdiri today.

AJvlsory Dept.. Chattanooea, Ter.n.. for Special
Instructions on your case and 64-page book. Horn
Treatment fmi Women." sent in plain wrapper. 1-6,

Mr. R.E. Yonge is finishing up his
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Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Gray of Flem Flem-ington
ington Flem-ington were in the city today doing
some shopping.
Messrs. F. L. Stringer and Fred
Robertson of Brooksville are at the
Harrington.

Mr. Geo. A. Hurd of West Palm
Beach is in town on a visit to Mr. F.
W. Cook.

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

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mote and Mrs.
L. M. Johnson of Leesburg were
guests of the Harrington today.

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

Take your automobile to Luckie at
Davies' place if it in needing the at attention
tention attention of a nkilled mechanic. lft-tf

A ipw Hup of high grade utatloncry
in H th ltttpt tylp and cut et
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Luckie, at Davlea, burn the carbon
out of your cylinders while you wait.
See him. 13-3t

Miss Charlottle Snow of Brooks Brooksville,
ville, Brooksville, on her way to Gainesville, stop stopped
ped stopped in the city for a visit to Miss
Nona Sewell.

Miss Isabel Burton, who has been
teaching classes in elocution in' Jack
sonville, is now at Sparr for a
month's vacation.

Messrs. Robert Blake and Hubert
TenEyck are planning a dash to Lake
Weir on their wheels Sunday.

Mr. Will McArthur of Montbrook,
was a business visitor in the city to today,
day, today, coming over in his Cadillac
eight.

There's nothing finer turned out of
a bakery than the 10 cent loaves of
the famous "Butternut" bread at
Carter's Bakery. 15-4t

' Mr. Raymond Bullock has moved
his law office from the Merchants'
block to the Commercial Bank building.

Mr. Edwin Spencer, Jr., an ex ex-Ocalan
Ocalan ex-Ocalan making Lakeland his home,
will deliver an address tonight at a
banquet to be given at Auburndale by
the Commercial Club of that thriv thriving
ing thriving town.

t Mr. H. F. Booth, superintendent of
the Metropolitan Knitting Mills, left
last night for New York on business
for the company. En route he will
stop in Fort Valley and Atlanta, Ga.,
and Charleston, S. C.

Mr. W. N. Lane of the Chero-Cola
Company, who has been ill since his
return last week from Georgia, is

out and at his post again.

Cross wires set a telephone pole
near Tompkins & Cobb's stables on
fire this morning, but the department
put out the blaze before any real
harm was done.

Mr. M. L. Reynolds, who is general
agent for the Reliance Life Insurance
Co. of Pittsburg, hustles steadily for
that excellent institution, and in spite
of the "hard times" does considerable
business.

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This report Is made from obp.erva

tions taken daily by Mr. F. G. H.'M

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In the very latest styles, colors and finishes, both
high and low quarters. The regular selling price of
these Shoes is from S2.50 to S4.00 per pair. The price
for Saturday and Monday is

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Generally fair tonight nnd l'ilbiy;
not much clmitg' 1 1 a tcinpintuin.

Th pur food nloiy t tlui 'tVinj.l
hut nltsht wn littrrnatlni in well n-i
Inhtructin, jtiul cuinUal Cluului Clmj
lin kept the crowd In a gUrt?l t vt-iy
minute of hi appearunce. Tonight,
the Temple will have the Ford V k k-ly,
ly, k-ly, "All-ways Good," the "Jarr Fam Family
ily Family Discovers Harlem," a Vit:graph
comic, the "Idol of Fate," a S.dig
comic, and "The Cipher Key," a three
reel Lubin drama.

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back without a question.

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B. (GOLDMAN, Prop.
The Man who put the "GAIN" in Bargain for Customers

Mr. John Scroggie of Pedro, camej"

to town this morning with chickens mmmmm!?!
and farm produce for sale. When in i
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on Oklawaha avenue his horse be became
came became frightened and ran away,
throwing Mr. Scroggie to the ground.
His head struck the edge of the
curb, his nose was broken and he was
otherwise badly bruised. Mr. Scrog Scroggie
gie Scroggie was taken at once to a physi physician's
cian's physician's office, where he lay for two
hours, with but slight improvement.
Mr.' Scroggie recovered, however,
sufficiently to warrant his being taken
home this evening.

AT EUREKA BURNED

The Leesburg ball team is at the
Harrington. It consists of Messrs. J.
Lee, J. Thompson, F. Gillespie, A.
Porter, O. Hetsch, W. S. Anderson, C.
Bowyer, P. Alsobrook and II. Car Carpenter.
penter. Carpenter. With the team are Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Lees and Messrs. A Med Med-lin
lin Med-lin and C. M. Miller.

Among the 65 cent phonograph
disc records we are selling for 39
cents is "Cohen on the Telephone."
Ocala Pawn and Load Office, B. Gold Goldman,
man, Goldman, proprietor. "Why Pay More?"

Eureka, July ll. During a severe
thunder storm yesterday afternoon
about 4 o'clock, lightning struck Mr.
I, M. Harp's commissary .and set it
on fire and burned it to "the ground.

together with the stock of goods and f
p.ll the fixture;. The loss cf the build-'

ing and stock is about S1500, aside
from a large supply of tools and all
commissary books. Mr. Harp con considers
siders considers the loss of his books more than
anything else, as he had considerable
accounts. There was no insurance.

Tired, Aching Muscles Relieved
Hard work, over-exertion, mean

?tiff, sore muscles. Sloan's Liniment Liniment-lightly
lightly Liniment-lightly applied, a little quiet, and your i
soreness disappears like magic. "Noth- j
ing ever helped like your Sloan's Lin-;
imcnt. I can never thank you enough,"
writes one grateful user. Stops suffer- j
ing, aches and pains. An excellent i

counter-irritant, better and cleaner i

than mustard. All druggists, 25c. Get
a bottle today. Penetrates without
rubbing. Adv. 2

An Easy, Pleasant Laxatixe

Sam Washington's car, which was
burned on the Belleview road the
other night, has been brought to
town by the White Star company. It
will take about $200 to put it back
in condition.

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Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution i aken'ti
protect it from contamination while it goes Ihrouirh the proccssi-. wl.irh re
suit in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight' and sa'isfactory service go with this good ire of oars. Let xxm
have your custom we deserve it.
Ocalla Ice Packing Co.

Amos Rose, 78 years old, an old

colored deacon who died last night,
had the biggest funeral ever held
here today. It lasted nearly all day.

All the colored preachers near as assisted.
sisted. assisted. Interment was made in the

North Side cemetery. Jordan & Co.
had charge of the arrangements.

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 lowel
movement, and feel fine all day. Dr.
King's New Life Pills are sold by all
druggists, 3G in an original package,
for 25c. Get a bottle today enjoy this
easy, pleasant laxative. Adv. 2
Twai Ever Thus.
"All men are alike. They're deceit deceitful
ful deceitful and selfish." "How do you know?"
A married friend of mln told me bo
and warned me ngnlnpt all of them."
"But you'ie going to marry Fred." "Of
course 1 am. ilu'a differ nt.
trolt Free Pro

Benefited by Chamberlain's Liniment
"Last winter I used Chamberlain's
Liniment for rheumatic pains, sti'T sti'T-aess
aess sti'T-aess 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.

GALVANIZED,
CORRUGATED,
and FLAT SHEETS
. All Forms of Metal
Roofing
All sixes and Gauges. Prompt
delivery from the largest and most
complete stock in Florida.
FLORIDA METAL PRODUCTS
COMPANY
3f."0 Evergreen Ave., Jacksonville.

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Done?

Ho matter how you like yozr
roast cooked, yon will turtly b
tatitfied with it if bought here.
Our roasts are fine. 7e cut
your size carefully.
You know very well tiat ia
buying meat you trust a lot to
the experience and honesty cf
the butcher. That's why we
can safely urge you to Vest
here and let us terre you.

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Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
Supply Company

For plumbing and electrical v'o)
?ee II. W. Tucker. Phone 300 J

VV. H. 'MARSH'S MARKET
PHONE 108

Next to 0. K. Grocery Ocala, Fia
NEW YORK AND RETURN

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A Good Household Salve

Ordinary ailments and injuries are
not of themselves serious, but infec infection
tion infection or low vitality may make them
dangerous. Don't neglect a cut, sore,
bruise or hurt because its small. Blood
poison has resulted from a pin-prick
or scratch. For all such ailments
Bucklen's Arnica Salve is excellent. It
protects and heals the hurt; is an antiseptic,
tiseptic, antiseptic, kills infection and prevents
dangerous complications. Good for fdl
skin blemishes, pimplesr salt rheum,
eczema. Get an original 2-ounce 25c.
box from your druggist. Adv. 2

Is It -Hot Enough for You?
How Does it Affect You?
Isn't it mostly in your stomach, caused from too much ice
water, summer fruits and melons, or over-eating? Don't
you frequently feel bloated and stuffy, especially after eat eating?
ing? eating? Sloats Bitters, the old reliable, corrects all such dis disorders,
orders, disorders, puts what you eat where it belongs, digests your
food, cures indigestion.
EQUALLY GOOD FOR ALL AGES.
Purely Vegetable. No Narcotics or Opiates.
At all drug stores 50c and $1.00.

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

TICKETS NOW ON SALE COOL ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LI3IIT OCTOBER 31st.
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G.WENZEL FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT 5
Ticket Office, Pier 1. Foot of L!hrty Street. I
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.

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Teams For Rent Light and Ilea vy Danllng
PHONE 29G

Packing, Storing, Shipping of Freight. Furniture, Pianos and Safes.
Baggage Service the Best.
We Sell BEAVER BOARD Superior to Plaster or Ceiling In
Quality and Price INVESTIGATE.

COLLIER BROS., Proprietors'

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