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Set Harry Thaw Free Under Thirty-Five
Thousand Dollars Security
Ntnv Vttik, July Huim
('lMlt .flltitit't Hefidl It'li pi today Upheld
th jury't verdict itiul declared Harry
TlltiVV hUllti, TliHW WUH liivt'H his free freedom
dom freedom under u $ ",( M m liuiiil,
ADMINISTERED A DESERVED
1 C 1 : 1 1 1 T lv I : TO ALIENISTS
Before announcing the decision,
Justice Hendricks criticised the alien
IssIh who helped to prepare the sate'n
ease, then testified as expert witness witness-en.
en. witness-en. He naitl the court ami jury could
not take, their word, despite the fact
they testified it was impossible to de determine
termine determine a person's sanity without
taking the word of alienists. He hop hoped
ed hoped the legislature would enact laws to
prevent physicians helping to prepare
a case and then testifying.
STATE VINDICTIVE TO THE LAST
The state immediately appealed the
case and even fought against grant granting
ing granting bond.
PEOPLE WELL PLEASED
The crowds outside cheered wildly
when the decision was announced.
THE PANAMA CANAL FROM
EAST TO WEST TODAY
Panama, July 1C. The Panama
canal is being used today for the first
time by United States battleships,
" when the Missouri, Ohio and Wiscon Wisconsin,
sin, Wisconsin, carrying naval cadets to San
Francisco, started through.
Will Probably Acquire Method of Con Controlling
trolling Controlling Torpedoes by Wrireless
Washington, July 16. Secretary
of War Leslie M. Garrison will prob probably
ably probably recommend that Congress pur purchase
chase purchase John Hays Hammon, Jr's. in invention
vention invention for controlling torpedoes by
The Carter Bakery has just added
another electrically operated machine
to its battery of labor saving equip equipment.
ment. equipment. This one is for the purpose of
rolling into symmetrical shape the
loaves ns they come from the auto automatic
matic automatic molding nnd weighing ma machine.
chine. machine. It does its work perfectly and
adds greatly to facilitating the work
of this popular establishment whose
business is increasing month after
month in spite of more or less de depressed
pressed depressed condition, of some lines of in industry.
dustry. industry. AUSTRIA MAY SEND
To Roumania Regarding Stopping
Shipment of Munitions to
Berlin, July 16. Government of officials
ficials officials have refused to comment up upon
on upon the report that Austria has de demanded
manded demanded permission from Roumania to
send war munitions across her terri territory
tory territory to Turkey and to decide within a
month what course she will take re respecting
specting respecting the war. It is expected here
that Roumania will be forced to show
Another fresh shipment of Trr'ola
sweets just in at Gerig's. tf.
A VELL-DESERVED REBUKE 10 ALIENISTS
U-51, WHICH .MADE A SUCCESS SUCCESS-FFL
FFL SUCCESS-FFL CRUISE ALL AROUND
Ixmdon, July K'. Russian war warships
ships warships in the Black Sea have sunk the
German submarine U-51, which trav traveled
eled traveled from Wilhelmshavcn to Constan Constantinople,
tinople, Constantinople, via the Straits of Gibraltar,
fays a dispatch today from Varna, the
Bulgarian port on the Black Sea. The
U-51 is credit with sinking several
allied warships, including the Majes Majestic.
tic. Majestic. "THE DIAMOND FROM THE SKY'
Great Moving Picture Serial Com Commences
mences Commences at the Temple
This afternoon and evening the
great moving picture story, "The Dia
mond from the Sky," will begin at
the Temple. The first installment of
this story was printed in the Star of
yesterday and day before, and it is
easy to see it will be the best picture
serial yet run here.
.The Temple this evening will have
two other live subjects to accompany
the serial. Everybody who saw the
story, "The Cipher Key," last night
praised it. The race between the auto
and the aeroplane, and later between
the two motor boats, were real thrill thrillers.
ers. thrillers. A DEPLORABLE EVEN!
Crystal River is in mourning about
an accident that took place flbout four
miles out in the gulf yesterday after-
noon, by which Miss Delia Baden of
Red Level lost her life.
Miss Baden with two other ladies,
Mrs. J. N. Tiller and her sister, Miss
Wishart, of near Ocala, were out in
Mr. George Smith's motor boat, when
the anchor fell overboard, caught in
the propeller and tore a hole in the
bottom of the boat, which sank at
The water along the coast is shal shallow
low shallow with many islands, and to one of
these all the members of the party
except Miss Baden made their way.
She went down, and up to noon today
her body had not been recovered.
PROMINENT FLORIDIAN KILLED
Judge Hnlcomb of Arcadia Lost His
Life in Auto Accident at
Rochester, N. Y.
Tampa, July 16. A special to the
Tribune from Rochester, N. Y Kays:
Judge George W. Holcomb of Ar Arcadia,
cadia, Arcadia, Fla., was instantly killed here
this afternoon when an automobile, in
which he was riding with three other
men, collided with a large interurban
car just outside the city limits. John
W, Todd, formerly of Florida, was
seriously injured and it is feared he
will not live. Todd's left arm was cut
off above the elbow.
Judge Holcomb had just closed a
real estate deal with several promi prominent
nent prominent Rochester men, selling, it is said,
12.000 acres of Florida land. The
transaction involved $180,000.
The other two occupants of the car
escaped serious injury. The car itself
was completely wrecked. The body
of the late judge is at the Rochester
morgue, awaiting to be claimed by
relatives. His head was crushed be beyond
yond beyond recognition.
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
IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
OFFICIALS 01" STATE MADE
AS TO AMERICA TAKING ORDERS
( A lit ( l'ri)
Berlin, July HI. The Ov ersens
News Agency today announced that
German newspapers continue general-!
ly to express high satisfaction over
Austrian representations to the Unit United
ed United States regarding war munitions,
but some newspapers are skeptical
about the reception of the represen representations.
tations. representations. BERHSTOHFE'S BELIEF
IS THAT CONTROVERSY OVER
LUS1TANIA MIGHT AS
Washington, July 16. Count Bern Bern-storff,
storff, Bern-storff, the German ambassador to the
United States, today told Secretary
of State Lansing that he believed the
German reply to the United States
note upon submarine warfare pre prevented
vented prevented an opportunity for the settle settlement
ment settlement of the controversy by further
diplomatic negotiations. In the ab absence
sence absence of President Wilson, who is at
his summer home at Cornish, N. IL,
Mr. Lansing was unable to tell the
ambassador what course the United
States would pursue in reply.
The ambassador personally believes
there will be no repetition of the Lus Lus-itania
itania Lus-itania disaster. The conference was
Has Stricken Down Hundreds of Peo People
ple People in Hungary
Paris, July 16. A Geneva dispatch
today reports 543 cases of cholera
developed in Hungary in the I.ct
week of June, 'with 281 patients.
HUNDREDS OF HOMES
Are Under Water an Result of Floods
at Lima, Ohio
( .Biocl-itfd Pr"
Limn, Ohio, July 16. More than
two hundred home are under water
as n result of the Ottawa river flood
today. One fatality is reported.
HAS NO INTENTION
( AmolatrJ Prt-n)
San Francisco, July 16. Mrs. Geo.
T. Maryo today denied reports that
her husband is preparing to resign as
United States ambassador to Russia.
Mr. W. O. Brewer, a turpentine op operator
erator operator in the western section of Mar Marion
ion Marion county, was a welcome caller at
the Star office today, and says that
the people of the Romeo section are to
give a big picnic on August Tth for
the purpose of getting before the
voters "facts and figures" on the
county division proposition. Mr.
Brewer, like other fair minded people,
is willing to let the people speak for
themselves on this question, but
thinks that the real s;atus of affairs
should be known so that voters may
cast their ballots in an intelligent
manner on election day.
London, July 16. Reinforcements
have been f-ent the Germans in the
Ru?ian province of Couiland and
Kovno, resulting in the resumption of
vigorous military operations in thrpe
teuton, while the Kusainns me stub stub-IniMily
IniMily stub-IniMily treating, pm.Vs tjm Prttngiitd
The Atist i iati have !currm thr
liu nti i' in pt'vt ittl plat an in I ho N'
)--tka and Okna hivt ioii.j (ho w l(u
Man aililUiy irpuUed them in tome
place.-, and the Jihtiii continued,
Prt i -ogi ud, however, i(oe..i not men mention
tion mention the capture of Priany7, which
lit i lin annouiit-t'd yewterduy.
Rome icpnrtrt the Aiihtriun weie
foired c it of their positions in the
mountain regions, where fiuhtiug Mill
' WALLS OF BARBED WIRE
Warsaw, July 16. lhtrhwire, ma machine
chine machine gun and excellent railway ar arrangements,
rangements, arrangements, have been the chief ele elements
ments elements in the German operations in
Poland during the past three months.
Owing to the overwhelming superior
ity in these three respects, the Ger-,
mans have been able tv hold lines
many hundred miles in f ngth against
what was frequently i far superior
force of Russians, at leant as numbers
were concerned. f
To defend the German positions
along the little rivers Bzura and
Rawka, where the two armies have
been facing each other since last au autumn,
tumn, autumn, would in the ordinary manner
of speaking require nearly eight army
corps. But the German's have been
able to maintain their pkices here
with a small fraction of that number,
owing to the fact that their barb barb-wire
wire barb-wire defenses and t"oop-transit ar arrangements
rangements arrangements are so perfect.
Along the Bzurn-Rawka front of
about forty miles, the German, barb barb-wire
wire barb-wire defenses are literally four miles
in depth, the entanglements being ro
nrrnnged thnt in a nvlitary sense they
cover the whole territory. Behind
each group of entanglements, at the
little strategic ganirlions which are
easy o determine from the contour
of the land and the lines of possible
approach, there are posted little bat batteries
teries batteries of machine guns ready to
sweep away any rash offensive. It
would cost an attacking force hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of thousands of men to wade
through these wire entanglements,
which zigzag and crisscross in hol hol-Jor:.i
Jor:.i hol-Jor:.i and mass -themselves inTiedges
and walls, all the vital points being
commanded by a merciless storm of
machine gun fire.
BERLIN'S OPTIMISTIC BULLETIN
Berlin, July 16. It is officially an announced
nounced announced that the Germans have cross crossed
ed crossed the Windau river, near Koltin Koltin-yani,
yani, Koltin-yani, in Courland. and made further
progress south of Przasnysz, where
French attacks Wednesday nnd
Thursday failed west of the Argonne,
and the Germans have taken a total
of 7000 prisoners in that region. The
loss of a trench near Souchez is ad admitted.
mitted. admitted. ITALIANS BUILDING INTRENCH INTRENCH-MENTS
MENTS INTRENCH-MENTS Verona, July 16. Despite storm
of hail stone.t and rain which are tie tie-laying
laying tie-laying military operations, the Ital Italian
ian Italian are building the strongest pota potable
ble potable entrenchment in the Austrian
territory they have occupied, are pre preparing
paring preparing to mount large guns and are
bringing up quantities if munitions
It i-t reported that Senor Barzilal,
known as the bitter enemy of Au.stria.
has l.een appointed civil governor oi
the captured Austrian territory.
FRENCH RETOOK HILL 283
Paris. July 16. It is officially an announced
nounced announced today that the French have
lecaptured hill numlxr 23.1, which the
German crown prince's troops took
ov storm Wednesdav.
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E FORCES IIITO BALTIC PROV-
WILSON NEXT WEEK WILL RE
TI'RN TO WASHINGTON
CotnUh, July Id. Arrangrmmt
tile complete for Pienidetit W'ilon'rt
return to Washington early next
Ornla Won the Rather Slow- Game
Ocala won from I.vcburg yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon in a good but rnther
Anderson pitched for the home
team n ml easily demonstrated his
superiority over Gillespie, the visit visiting
ing visiting pill driver. The Ocala team play played
ed played well, better, in fact, than they
The line-ups were a follows:
Ocala: Chazal, cf; J. Brown, lb;
Harris, If; Davis, 2b; Zewadski, ss;
Batts, rf; Anderson, p; Dinkins, c;
Leesburg: Porter, c; Thompson, If;
Medlin, ss; Boyer, "b; Alsobrook, cf;
Gillespie, 2b; Hetsch, lb; Carpenter,
Following is a report of the game
Leesburg: Porter and Thompson
ctruck out. Medlin wa3 safe when
Chazal stumbled after making a long
run and dropped his fly. Boyer went
out, short to first.
Ocala: Chazal was thrown out at
Irst by Porter. Brown struck out and
Harris also took three whiffs at the
Ieesburg: Alsobrook was out, "pit "pitcher
cher "pitcher to first. Gillespie singlet!. Ander Anderson
son Anderson reached first on a fielder's choice,
Gillespie being forced at second.
Hetsch was thrown out at first by
Ocala: Davis went out, second, to
first. Zewadski singled and Batts
beat out a "bunt to third. Anderson
reached first on a fielder's choice,
Zewadski being caught at the plate.
Dinkins flew out to right.
Leesburg: In this inning Leesburg
scored their only run. Carpenter
went out, third to first. Porter was
safe on an error and stole second.
Thompson was thrown out at first.
Medlin reached first on an error.
Porter scoring. Merlin was caught
In the fourth inning Ocala ran free
the bases and gathered in three
runs which cinched the game.
Ocala Davis reached first on an er error
ror error nnd went to second on it. Ze Zewadski
wadski Zewadski singled. Batts singled, scoring
Davis. Zewadki scored on a wild
pitch. Anderson renched first on an
error, Batts scoring. Dinkins hit into
a double play ami Dewey struck out.
In the seventh Anderson for lees leesburg
burg leesburg was called out nfter reaching
second, which started n long argu argument.
ment. argument. After a while peace was resum resumed
ed resumed and the game finifhed.
In the seventh Oeala made two
run. Chazal struck out nnd Brown
flew out to left. Harris walked and
scored on Davis long drive to left
field, Davis going to second on the
throw in. Zewadski knocked a hot
one through second and reached that
bag before he stopped running, Davis
scoring. Batts flew out to center.
In Leesburg's half of the ninth.
Medlin, Boyer and Alsobrook struck
Leesburg .. ..0 0100000 0 1 f 3
Ocala 000 3002 0 f 6 3
R II E
PACKING HOUSE BURNED
AT PLANT CITY
Plant City, July 16. The big or
ange packing house owned by the
Seaboard railroad and located near
the Roux Lumber Company mill was
totally destroyed by fire j'esterday
morning between 1 and 2 o'clock.
Will be Used
CERTAIN 10 STRIKE THRU CALAIS FOR COHTROL OF THE
lnudon, July 16, The war on lh
French front Ims now developed into
a race between Lloyd George and the
Germuu general staff for Calais, de declare
clare declare Iovut Fraiier, a prominent
HiitUh writer, in a letter to the Mall,
urging that everything else should be
temporarily laid aside in EngUpd for
the work of reinforcing the rfforU
of the new minister of munition!.
"With the Germans and their mon monster
ster monster guns at Calais, we should lose
control of tho narrow seas, writes
Mr. Eraser. "If wo get enough shells
and guns in time Calais may be saved.
"There is every reason to believe
th it the Germans will soon strike an another
other another blow at Calais. It is no an answer
swer answer to say that they tried and failed
last November. The first battle of
Ypres was a hurried affair which de developed
veloped developed on both sides without careful
preparation. The next time the Ger Germans
mans Germans try to burst through they will
throw into the attack every ounce; and
they will only move when they are
able to advance with a strength that
they think overwhelming.
"The enemy regards the seizure of
Calais as an essential prelude to the
destruction of England. The question
is far graver than the country thinks,
and the' attack will probably come
this summer or autumn.
"This country still laughs at talk
of invasion. Not many months ago
it was laughing at Zeppelins. No one
laughs at Zeppelins now. Far stranger
and more unlikely things than the in invasion
vasion invasion of England have already hap happened
pened happened in this war. The German talk
of invading England is more than a
dream. They began to think about it
early in the war, and in their usual
practical manner began to prepare
for it. They have ready today the
transports, the wharves, the railway
sidings, and the stores.
"If they make the attempt, it
ought not to succeed, but there is
more thin a chance that they might
effect landing. The problem does
not lit of detailed public discus-
sionf-irut it ought to be regarded quite
seriously and gravely. The best au
thorities now believe that the Ger Germans
mans Germans will try to land.
Mr. Eraser is not sanguine as to
the situation in Russia or the Darda Dardanelles,
nelles, Dardanelles, but believes that England must
fight out the war right at her door doorstep,
step, doorstep, in northern France.
"The Germans he observes, "be
lieves they are winning the war, and
if a stranger from another planet
alighted among us and judged by sur surface
face surface indications alone, he would prob probably
ably probably think so too. Take the western
theater, the Allies are stuck fast; the
French, who have done wonders on
their own front, are waiting for the
British. The British are waiting for
more weapons and more shells, and
as we have now reached midsummer.
they will wait a long time. All thru
Europe there is not a single big man
visible, for this is a war of myriads
directed by pygmies.
"The country ought also to know
the real significance of the Russian
retreat in Galicia. There has been far
too much talk about magnificent with withdrawals
drawals withdrawals and the unimportance of
Lemberg. The fact is that though
Ru?sia has fought bravely, she can
do nothing much more this summer
owing to the lack of munitions and
other causes, and unless the coming
winter is much harder than the last.
her movements may be greatly re restricted
stricted restricted until next spring.
"The Dardanelles is' almost too
painful a subject to write about. We
must stick to it now, but we only win
our way there by inches and at grave
risks, and to get through we may
need diversions from other quarters
which are not yet forthcoming.
Among the C3 cent phonograph
disc records we are selling for 33
cents is "Cohen on the Telephone."
Ocala Pawn and Loan Office, B. Gold Goldman,
man, Goldman, proprietor. "Why Pay More?"
wUI y la
by Germans in
STRIKE WILL SOOI
COAL MINERS CANT LONG HOLD
OUT AGAINST THEIR
London, July 1CV The Welsh coal
mines are still closed as a result of
the strike, but conferences are plan
ned by which it is hoped to end the
MEETING OF S. C V. POSTPONED
The regular meeting of the Sons of
Confederate Veterans for this evening
is postponed until further notice, on
account of absence of members from
town. D. Kiel Ferguson.. Comdt-
As will be seen by today's paper,
Mr. B. Goldman, of the Ocala Bargain
House, has put on a great sale which
he calls his "Common Sense Sale.
During this sale, Mr. Goldman propo proposes
ses proposes to give the people cf this part
of the state about the best bargains
they have ever had. Mr. Goldman's
fair treatment, his huge stock of
goods to which he is always adding
the lat test and best of values, and
above all, hi persistent advertising,
is building up a great business, and
when other stores are complaining,
his is often filled come to the store
to see, and when there, he and hi3
goods and prices do the rest.
Tomorrow and Monday, Mr. Gold Goldman,
man, Goldman, has a special sale, "a sale within
a sale of Ladies shoes, a large line
of big values and almost my style
wanted, at the low and uniiorm price
of one dollar a pair.
PINE ISLAND PICNIC
There will be a picnic at Pine Isl Island,
and, Island, about half a mile west of Romeo,
at a point near the old Saipp place, on
Thursday, August f-th. Speakers on
Loth sides will be invited to address
the people on the question of county
division. There will be sack races,
foot races and other amusements.
The public cordially invited to attend
and bring well filled baskets. Re Refreshments
freshments Refreshments will be served by Mr. J.
T. Ilutchins. Respectfully,
W. O. Brewer.
J. T. Ilutchins,
J. B. McGchee,
J. B. Dean,
W. II. Markham,
J. D. Wiggins,
L. II. Hiers,
T. F. Morgan,
J. L. Starling,
General Picnic Committee.
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There's no longer the slightest need
of feeling ashamed of your freckles,
as the prescription othine- double
strength is guaranteed to remove
these homely spots.
Simply get an ounce cf otLir.e
double strength frota any druggist
and apply a little of it night and
morning and you should soon see that
even the worst freckles have begun to
disappear, while the lighter ones have
vanished entirely. It is seldom that
more than an ounce is needed to com completely
pletely completely clear tLe skin and gain n
beautiful clear complexion.
Be fure to .&!; for the tbu-!?
strength othir.e as this ij fol-i v:l:r
guarantee of money back If it fail1; to
remove freckles. -, 1.
TrTMrTniiiriMaMBiaMit-iiiiMiMT r n r i r i n -- n
OCALA EVENING ST AS
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice a3 second class matter
F. W., Perry, Fort My
Transportation-3-.!. W. Prenti?, Kis Kis-simmee,
simmee, Kis-simmee, chairman; R. P. Hopkins,
Live Oak; J. D. Rooney, Ocala; For Forest
est Forest Lake, Sanford. This committee
will try to get cheap rates for trans transportation
portation transportation of road materials.
Membership V. E. Dunwoodie, j
Arcadia, chairman; E. W. Elliott, Pa Pa-latka;
latka; Pa-latka; J. E. Mears, Bartow; W. J.
Weaver, Perry. Also one committee-
K-' j0;iti eiy will iiot u.akc such
ornmendatiiM); Yet he admits
conditions aiti desperate."
rtifant on special Indebtedness fund l(
f.r $'.l in favor of the Commer-
ciul Hank of Ocala, to pay interest on t J
. cour.tv proper and road warrants j
Matins of th Board ,,rr,.r :.i-.l r-a.l warrant- heretofore!: X W.U.
?aid l ank, and warrant on
' SUBSCRIPTION RATES
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance 2.25
One month, in advance 80
Ocala, Fla., July r.th, U15. y.j.id by
1 I1C U'JlAIU JL IDUIU) lllIli;.l.".-'lii"Vi.-' ....... .v.. ... au.w
met in regular session with all mem- : .Mi;r.roe &. ChamMiss National Bank.:
man from each county to he selected j bers present. for interest on county proper, fine and J
by secretary l... r. uickic j
IS MOW GOING ON
LET THE PRICES TALK
ROUTING OUT THE
I Entertainment A. J. Holworthy,
of Lakeland, chairman; Earl C. May,
Auburndale; J. H. Parrish, Gaines Gainesville;
ville; Gainesville; C. H. Walker, Bartow. This com committee
mittee committee will have charge of the regu regular
lar regular quarterly meetings of the associa association.
tion. association. In addition, the president will
appoint one committeeman in the
The board directed that Mr. J. R. forfeiture arid road warrants hereto-j
Moorhead, county engineer, lay out fore raid by said bank,
route for public. road from Daisy to j The clerk was directed to issue du du-Gore's
Gore's du-Gore's landing, heretofore granted. plicate warrant in favor of Oliver
Mr. Tt. W. Ferguson appeared be-I Fort for services as manager at last
fore the board in the matter of road general election.
from Emathla station to Sawdust i The clerk was directed to advertise
pond road. Referred to Commissioner in Manufacturers' Record. Baltimore,
Of the recent meeting of the Cen Central
tral Central Florida Highway Association in
Tampa, the Times says:
The board of directors of the Cen Central
tral Central Florida Highway association yes
terday picked out the west route for
the Dixie Highway from Miami to
Tallahassee, settled on a number of
side trips that will be listed with the
Dixie Highway commission, endorsed
members of the new state highway
commission at the governor's request,
and heard much talk of the good
roads to be built throughout Central
Florida in the course of the next
As stated in the Times yesterday
all members of the board were on
hand except M. O. Overstreet of Or Or-himln.
himln. Or-himln. Thnop present were T. Ed.
Bryan nnd L. P. Dickie of Tampa,
p,PBi,)pt and ppcret.aryi Lycurgus
bm,, Wintpf Haven Ed HcnM, Ar
irt.lirtj t. C l.yn!t, UrtinviH ol
.t, II, tUU, IVny,
Piddles hud been ItifplVed lefoB
tho meeting called to order for every
mile of the road Hated on the route
above with the exception of the pro proposed
posed proposed bridge across the Kissimmee
river just north of Lake Okeechobee,
During the meeting W. E. Dunwoodie
of Arcadia, called the committee on
the telephone to announce that the
Consolidated Land company, the
Southern Land company and another
would guarantee the bridge. This was
good news for without it the central
route would have had to turn to the
east coast from Orlando or Kissim Kissimmee
mee Kissimmee to Melbourne. Now it can pen penetrate
etrate penetrate the heart of tropical Florida.
Two routes had been outlined from
Gainesville to Tallahassee. One led
north from that city through Colum Columbia
bia Columbia county to Lake City then turned
west through Suwanee county to
Live Oak and Tallahassee. No pledges
had been received that this road
would be built so the board yesterday
adopted the alternative route west
from Gainesville to the Suwanee riv river,
er, river, thence across Lafayette county and
Taylor county to Perry and through
Madison county to Tallahassee. This
route has been guaranteed and will
open up a rich' country of great
scenic and business possibilities.
Secretary Dickie was instructed to
make a report of the recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations as to route made and file it with
the Florida commissioners, Messrs.
Saxon of Tallahassee "and Belcher of
Miami, as the action of the Central
Florida Hicrhway association. They
will file it with the Dixie Hiehway place where the next meeting is to be
commission which meets in Chatta-jheld who will select other members of j and P. J. Me
nooga August 20, and the central! a special entertainment committee,
and west coast route will then be of-1 Auto Tour Committee J. P. Hol-
I brook, Orlando, chairman; R. B.
A number of interesting side trips!
were adopted by the board and will
appear in their report. If there are
other cities that believe they should
be listed in this way and can show
that they are on hard roads that con
nect with the Dixie Highway or will
make pledge to provide the roads,
the board will be glad to have them
included in the report.
Recommended for State Highway
Governor Trammell had asked the
board to endorse four members of
the state highway commission au authorized
thorized authorized by the legislature to aid in
the good toad cause. The hoard
recommended Hie names of Ed fVott,
Arcadia G. H. Cahnp, Gninepvilte
M. M. Unilt, Orlando, nod t O. Millet
Ja keoilViiie, The IrtMrl ja pteaj.
dent of thr ptalu (;mi toad aaoia
Unit, i he mvv proviie4 mat mere
shall he one ittemhet of the ruhtnti-i-.
bioii from each of the four i-ungiead-
ional diatricU of the state and one at
large, Messrs, Scott of Orlando and
Miller of Jacksonville are in the same
congressional district and the board
overlooked anyone from the thin!
district comprising the western part
of the state.
The pledges asked for and receiv-J
ed from county commissioners call for
the completion of the roads along the
route outlined with hard surface ma material
terial material not later than May 20, 1910,
and are not "hot air pledges" either,
coming from the county commission commissioners
ers commissioners in nearly all cases and being as
good as gold. The central route of
the Dixie highway through Florida is
as good as an accomplished fact.
Meet Again in September
The board will meet in Lakeland in
September and at that time will take
up several other matters.
The following standing committees
Special Mapped Highway Commit Committee
tee Committee M. M. Smith, Orlando, chairman;
L. A. Whitney, St. Petersburg; O. B.
Dees, Mayo; W. E. Dunwoodie, Arca Arcadia;
dia; Arcadia; C. A. Childs, Eustis; E. B. Bow Bowers,
ers, Bowers, Jupiter; J. H. Scales, Perry. This
committee will prepare accurate data
for the compilation of a log of the
highway, to be published by the Dixie
Legislative Committee W. G. Bro Bro-rein,
rein, Bro-rein, Tampa, chairman; W. B. Davis,
Perry; H. Clay Sanford, Kissimmee;
Hodgson, Archer; C. D. Pettigill,
Tampa; Bart Hall, Wmter Haven; J.
J. Gerig, Ocala; John R. Kelly, ren-
holloway. This committee will map
out side trips for inclusion in the offi official
cial official literature of the Dixie Highway
Road Inspection A. F. Wyman,
Bradentown, chairman; G. R. Ram Ramsey,
sey, Ramsey, Orlando; R. C. Reams, Ebb; Fred
C. Franck, West Palm Beach; J. C.
Publicity and Publication M. M.
Glenn, Orlando, chairman; A. J. Hol Holworthy,
worthy, Holworthy, Lakeland; J. D. Rooney,
Ocala; C. E. Woods, Eustis.
Hutchins with power to act. J Ohio; Daily Bond Buyer, New lork.
Matter of payment of Messrs. II. F. j N. V.; Wall Street Journal, Xew
er for road work was ; York. X. Y., for proposals to buy re-
referred to Commissioner Hutchins to J fund warrants, bids to be opened at
report at next meeting of hoard.
meeting In September, 1915.
The clerk was
warrant for 10
Application as game warden by
avor of C. A. Joseph Bell, C. W. Smith, A. B. Hal-
?10 heretofore zoll, C. A. Dinkins,
SENATOR HUTCH TOI.l)
A FAIRY STORY
After you see
We first laugh at the follies of the small boy, but when they become
serious it is time to think of a drug store.
The prudent thing to do is; prepare in advance for the little folks
indiscretions, sure to be committed, by HAVING ON HAND a full
supply of household remedies.
Come in; we will help you select the remidies that should always be
in every home.
4nti-Monopoly Drug Store.
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
"WE TAKE CARE'9
The following iHtei'
Ibuold, a well Known
Mollthlook, thiillld put
Heltatol' Ulltih'a 6tMttl
iate for ,,lllih.iii," but make all
reluctant to believe any statement he
makes on the bubjett unless he can
eatabliah it by at least two disinter disinterested
ested disinterested witnesses:
Montbrook, Fla., July 3, 1915.
I have just read with a great deal
of interest the article that apepars in
this week's Courier, the official organ
of the advocates of Bloxham county,
by J. S. Blitch.
It is not often that I pay any at
tention to trashy newspaper "dope,'
but since the senator has, so grossly
misrepresented the Ocala meeting
that I desire to say a few words so
the people of Levy county may know
the real facts in the matter.
Those of us who are opposing the
creation of Bloxham county had a
meeting with a few friends from each
precinct in the proposed Bloxham
county to devise plans to work to
gether to defejit the new county.
The senator and a few friends tried
to follow us to Ocala for the sole pur purpose
pose purpose of getting what information
they could, but unfortunately for the
senator and his friends, when within
about twelve miles of Ocala, the sen senator's
ator's senator's car broke down, and when we
were returning home from our meet
ing we found the senator and his
friends sitting by the roadside wait waiting
ing waiting fpr someone to come along and
bring them home.
The senator and his friends were
not invited to the meeting, and the
nearest they got to it was twelve
miles, and to save my life I cannot
see how a man can so grossly misrep
resent anything in order to deceive
Those of us who are opposing the
creation of Bloxham county are fight fighting
ing fighting openly and honestly, and that is
more than the advocates can say.
Recently the Courier contained two
articles written by Dr. S. II. Blitch,
of Blitchton, which were favorable to
the creation of Bloxham county. After
careful inquiry I find that these two
articles were written by Dr. Blitch
two years ago. The advocates are
doing this to mislead the people,
while they all well know that Dr.
Blitch is opposed to the creation of
Bloxham county. Mont Brooks.
deducted from salary for loss of con convict.
vict. convict. The board authorized Mr. V. B.
Potts to haul lumber from Ocala and j
repair three bridges on public roads
in his neighborhood for $P. county
to furnish luml?r.
Bids on plats made by Florida Titb
& Abstract Corporation, Binhanan
Tax Checking Company. Commercial
Art Studio and Robert Mooihend,
were received ami openeo: ny ine
The cleik was directed to wtito tho
Atlantic Coast Lino railroad company
to pee if thev will tad pd in n cross
ing at a point "k'0 fed noith of depot
at Oianye Lake, opposite Mi', W. lb
Itiat'lialn'" pla e,
The iteik Whs it i ler ted to Wiite the
t'liiitpt i oiler and I --oini" d Hotl M M-delitptioii
delitptioii M-delitptioii of lota I to II, hiihiMte,
block lOft. llelletieW'. Hi fare abie of
cei titUate.s on aid Kiii. I, with omitted
years tuxes, without intrust.
The boa rtl decided to continue ap appropriation
propriation appropriation for canning club woik of
$15 per month, for Mrs. Moorhead.
The clerk was directed to draw war warrant
rant warrant for $10 in favor of Henry Gor Gordon
don Gordon on account escaped convict here heretofore
tofore heretofore charged to him.
The board decided that they would
include in budget of expenses for
fiscal year, October 1st, 1915, to Sep September
tember September 20th, 1910, inclusive, $.100 for
hospital for care of county paupers,
including operations ami board.
Applications of Mrs. Koon and
Hiram Williams for county aid were
refused. Aunt Patty, Nora Summers
and Ned Hart were put on the pauper
list at $2 per month, each, and Alex
Anderson and Lucy Willis were put
on pauper list at $.1 a month, each.
Matter of repairing floor of county
judge's office was referred to Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Pyle?.with power to act.
The board, in the matter of cul culverts,
verts, culverts, upon which advertisement for
bids was heretofore made, derided to
accept bid of Dixie Culvert Company
for minimum carload, conditioned that
JUST A FEW
Men's 5c Handker Handkerchiefs
chiefs Handkerchiefs in this sale
Men's 10c Handker Handkerchiefs
chiefs Handkerchiefs in this sale
car be shipped
paid for before
The clerk was
L. W. Wilson, II.
Cm. Reynolds, Frank Pelot and Mr.
Grubb were considered but action de deferred
ferred deferred until the next regular meet meeting
ing meeting in August, when there and all
other applications will be considered.
The minutes of the June meeting
of th' board of county commissioners
a published, showing grant by lnard
to Florida "Power Company of right
to rcuMi net transmission line along
o;,t f the county, erroneously, and
ti e matter coming up for further con consideration,
sideration, consideration, the boaid decided to post
pone any n tion in the matter until
the nmilar meeting in August, next.
The ileik wn dilerted to AdvrttiC
for bid to open load 'Z I feet wide,
diy out all ftnnp one foot tn-low pur
fin p, i ul olf all bnchea at einfaea and
; ode lo -id In i ol dim to epr-r 'ita'a I hoi
fttinbhed I'V olity rUtf. liet:', eaid
..-d to beehl lililel' a hd ee' II t l
I'J R t "J"! e, rutin II to renter aeC 11,
theme e J I dt g 'Ml lain e l-f.7 chd
lb. i .i! n dg 'Ml min e ll.t'K rh-s
l. 19 deg e 17. To chs thence n 43 deg
W !.. th to quiUlt r fcerllon os.l Oil
s bdy sec J tp 111 h r U.'l e thence n
7-1.10 chs thence no thru bee 35 tp 12
s r J to center sec Ji. tp 12 s r 2.1 e
thence w 11 chs to center w bdy said
tk-c 2i J thence n thru sees 20, 2 i and 14
to r r crossing at Hay Iike. Uids to
be made on work in each section sep sepal
al sepal ately, and on bridges across Mill
Pond creek and Mill creek separately.
Lids-to be received at regular meet meeting
ing meeting August, next, and specifications
on file with clerk and at Bay Lake
and Ft. McCoy postoffices.
The board at the August meeting
will appoint collectors to collect road
taxes from non-taxpayers.
Commissioner Luffman authorized
to have extension of Sparr and Lowell
road running east from S. A. L. rail
way crossing at Sparr put in-order.
ISid of Mr. 1Ubert Moorhead to
make tracings and blue prints on Im Imperial
perial Imperial linen of all plats in plat book
A in clerk's office, for $272 was ac accepted,
cepted, accepted, ami matter of contract by
county with Mr. IIolert Moorhead in
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
We have reduced all of
our new straw nais.
the $1.50 to
$3 grades to
Other Straw Hats CQp
as low as OUu
Men's and Boy's
Silk & Straw Hats
Men's 25c Suspend-1 Qp
ers hi this sale Iwu
Men's 15c Suspend
Men's 50c Niht
50c KlnMic Sontn
Drawer tit ...
Mcn't 2'pltro lluth'1 (lf
nM Suit ul IwU
All of our Mens Felt
Hats have been re reduced,
duced, reduced, some hats that
sold as low as QOp
$2 for only 3Uw
$3.00 Grades can now
be bought for CI QK
Every thing in this
Sale will tic sold tor
Ctiiti. Nottiiiiff will
tic ctuirticd to anyone.
$18 Suits, strictly hand tailored, several
styles all wool -
$15 Suits, hand tailored, assorted materiais(n QC
stitched fronts at v J.OU
$12.50 Suits, all wool, assorted styles and
We have a large stock of odds and ends in
this sale that will go at from $3.95 to
One big lot of assorted materials and styles
sold up to $3 at -:
Everypair ol pants in the store reduced.
hut not I this matter referred to chairman with
directed to draw
HTiRY our Fresh Meat it will
please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
Also fine line of Groceries.
"My recollection is that I have seen
an article in the press more r less
to the effect that when a candidate
visits a town there is some question
as to whether his presence should he
mentioned unless he pays for the
same, as the mention of his presence
gives him and his candidacy a direct
benefit to him," says former Gov Governor
ernor Governor Albert W. Gilchrist in the in introductory
troductory introductory paragraph of a lengthy
communication which he is sending to
the newspapers of the state. Pensa Pensa-coln
coln Pensa-coln Journal.
The ex-governor must have seen
that article in a very obscure paper.
All newspapers of merit and influence
give candidates the same mention
they .give to other distinguished vis visitors.
itors. visitors. A paper which would charge
for such mention wouldn't be a news newspaper
paper newspaper but a trade journal, and mighty
small trade at that.
The following surprising paragraph
appears in the Key West Journal:
"We regret to learn that conditions
among the Cuban cigarmakers in
Tampa are really desperate. It is
said that some of. these people are
actually starving. If the request was
made, the government of Cuba would
doubtless seed one of its cruisers to
Tampa and return to their native land
that portion of the population which
cannot find employment. It is hardly
likely that the request will be made,
however, as Cuban Consul Ybor is au authority
thority authority for the statement that a
cruiser would not be sent by the
Cuban government except on his rec recommendation,
ommendation, recommendation, and he has stated that
Go North by Sea
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANS.CO
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best I
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
II. C. AVERY. AGENT
has no terrors for ihe
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 the.e ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM II ELI YOU
- Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
. make a big gas bill.
Ocala GaS Company
j ower to act.
Rill of sheriff in the case of J. C.
Purvis, Henry English and six gambl gamblers
ers gamblers arrested at Eastlake, after hav having
ing having excess mileage deducted by audi auditor
tor auditor was ordered paid.
Reports of sheriff, county judge,
treasurer, tax collector and justices
of the peace were received and filed.
All bills audited and approved were
The following is a copy of the re report
port report filed by County Engineer J. R.
To the Honorable Roard of County
Commissioners, Marion County,
Gentlemen: I herewith submit re report
port report of road work for June as fol follows
lows follows :
District 1. Ruilt 000 sq yards as-
i i i r i i y
I j na u .,it ieei lime, n iet?t Mretru-
ed lime surface and applied asphalt
to IS'H sq yards of lime road.
Thi.i completes the different sec sections
tions sections of object-lesson roads, as fol follows:
lows: follows: 1232 sq yards asphalt, cost 75.1
cents per sq yard; 1831 sq yards lime
asphalt, cost 33 cents per sq yard;
27.5 feet sand-clay road cost 15 cents
per lineal foot, and 1325 feet rock
screenings, cost C.G cents per lineal
foot, screenings donated.
Repaired 2750 feet lime on Ken-
drick and wire road; repaired Mcln
tosh road from city limits north to
Zuher: repaired washouts on Belle-
view road; cost feeding prisoners
10.5 cents per man per day: cost
feeding mules 05 cents per mule per
day. Total $870.78.
District 2. Rebuilt on Martel road
2505 feet clay gravel, cost 18 cents
iper lineal loot; average naui iwo
miles; repaired 2832 feet; rebuilt COO
feet on Rlitchton road; made cut and
fill 020 feet, 120S8 cubic yards. Open Opened
ed Opened section McCully and Martin new
road; co.t feeding prisoners 18 cents
per man per day; 05 cents per mule
per day. Total $10 47.00.
District 3. Repaired washouts and
M-huilt Summerfield hill; repaired 400
feet lime road near Relleview; built
thre bridges on Starke's ferry road;
made repairs on Oklawaha and Moss
Rluff road, and Lake Weir and Weirs
date road. Total $214.70.
District 4. Rebuilt floor on the
Sh:iriHs ferrv bridge: trraded 750
feet on Eureka and Cedar hammock
ror.d; repaired slip at Heather Island
ffrry; repaired I; ridges on Moss Rluff
;.nd Umatilla road, and made repairs
on Grnhamville and Conner road;
placed string! rs on xrtion Eureka
ferrv causewav and filled in wash-
'its. Total ?30I.0S.
District 5. Ruilt 550 feet lime aid
2S00 feet gravel clay; cost 0 cents per
lineal foot; maJe cut and fill 2S0O feet,
One big lot Men's
One big lot Men's
Beiter 50c ties to
Paris or Boston
10c Grades assort- "7p
ed colors at only
15c Grades assort- Ifln
ed colors at lUu
25c Grades assort- 1 Q
ed colors at Ou
50c Grades assort assorted
ed assorted colors at
All 50c Athletic Under Underwear,
wear, Underwear, including B. V.
D. and other best
makes will go 07p
at, per garment O I u
Men's $1 Union "7Cp
Suits at 'ww
50c grades Balbrig-0"7rt
gan underwear 0 1 U
25c grades. Men's IQn
Underwear, at I wu
Special lot Men's 2-piece
Battling Suits to 1 Qp
go at ww
$1.50 Dress 1 fin
shirts at. 4I.UU
$1 Dress Shirts,
75c Dress Shirts
50c Dress Shirts
The above includes all
styles softand laundered
Heavy 50c Work
Light Blue Cham-
bray work shirts
$1 Ove alls, Head-OOp
light, and others 0u
75c Overalls, as- COp
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.
MEN'S PALM BEACH SUITS
We have only been selling he GENUINE PALM BEACH cloth
Suits all thi3 season. Our prices have been $6.50, $7 and $7.50
You can now have your choice of various styles and materials at
ALTERATIONS 3IADE FREE
F R' A M K9 S
1C70 cubic yards. Cost feeding pris-
oners 18.9 cents per man per day; j
cost feeding mules LQ cents per mule j
per day. Clayed 1070 feet ruts Sparr j
and Fort McCoy road. Total $5C3.S8.
Total for month $3071.06.
J. R. Moorhead, Supt. Roads.
There being no further business the
W. D. Carn, Chairman.
P II. Nugent, Clerk.
L. ALEX ABIDED
CARPENTER AND BUILD EH
Careful Estimates made on all Ccn-
j tract work. Gives More and Better
i Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the eitr.
from our own farm daily. Open rAzt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
J se uiscuarrsa tor ens pi'twn or re-er-
1 iuunr in the nsvy. When so re-enlisted
in the navy within four months of the
date of discharge rrom the naval reservs
they are not entitled to a gratuity of
four months pay. but their re-enlistmsnl
ta the navy shall be held and considered
to have been made within four months
from ths date of discharge from the navy
for the purpose of continuous service pay.
In order to be eligible for re-enllstment
la the naval reserve a man must have
bad not less than two months actlvs
service on board a vessel of ths navy dur during
ing during the period covered by his last enlist
Its Organization Has Been Authorized by Congress and Is Now Progressing Adds Attractive Feature
to Naval Career, Providing For Graduated Retirement, and Has Proved Impetus to Re-enlistments
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Y an act uproved March 3. 1915,
Congresg t reated a law which
has more farveaching effects on
the efficiency of the navy than
any legislation 'enacted within the
memory of any one who may chance
to re .d these lines.
By th'ls is meant tne clause in the
Naval Appropriation Bill creating a
naval reserve and making provision
for the qualification of ltd members.
It has been customary .or the people
of our country to measure the strength
of the navy by the number of Dread Dreadnoughts,
noughts, Dreadnoughts, destroyers, submarines and
other fighting craft They either take
for' granted that the most necessary
part of the navy a traluei. personnel
already exists or that 16 will be forth forth-oming
oming forth-oming from somewhere when the
alarm of war is sounded.
Trained Men Necessary.
It is true now as ever In the history
of this country that there would be no
lack o. patriotic men to respond to a
call In defense of its institutions, but
without training in di ipline and with without
out without previous experience with and an
Intimate and accurate knowledge of
the mechanical appliances so essential
In the operation of the guns, the tor torpedoes
pedoes torpedoes and the mines, as well as the
motive machinery of the modern war-
snip, they -would simply be offering
themselves as a sacrifice upon the al altar
tar altar of the country's h uor.
For many years the navy has been
graduating into civil life annually from
3,000 to 4.000 well trained and well dis disciplined
ciplined disciplined men men experienced in ev every
ery every mechanical art i-iade use of in the
modern man-of-war. This is no doubt
a valuable contribution that the navy
make; to tlx? economic development of
the country. At the 'me time these
men represent a great potential value
for the nation's defense if properly re reclaimed
claimed reclaimed and organized. They are scat scattered
tered scattered throughout the length and breadth
of the laud. Many of them are follow following
ing following the same trades they learned in
the navy, and it may vel be said that
there is no mechanical ait applicable
to civil pursuits that may not be learn learned
ed learned on a modern man-of-war.
A Twofold Purpose,
it was for the purpjse of making
these men an asset in the nation's de defense
fense defense account that the Xavy Depart Department
ment Department proposed and Congress passed
the bill creating a naval reserve. The
operation of the law is twofold in its
benefits to the navy and the country.
By offering substantial iud-ements
for reclaiming into organizations these
valuable well trained men who have
already left the nvy to engage in civil
pursuits, as well as those who will do
so in future,- tluviaw uutonuitirullv
erates to encourage these same men to
retur-. to the regular service and those
who are still in the service to remain
for longer periods.
This is accompllsned by basing the
pay of the reserves on a sliding scale
Increasing with length of service in the
In addition, the law places a sub substantial
stantial substantial value upon honorable, efficient
and faithful service, for no one unless
entitled to honorable discharge upon the
completion of a period of enlistment
can partake of its benefits.
Under the operation of the law a
man with an honorable record has the
option of remaining in the regular serv service
ice service or of entering the reserve at stated
His Only Duty.
While in the reserve he is free to en engage
gage engage In any occupation and lire where
ne chooses within the United States
He only obligates himself to be atneua
ble to the navy regulations and re
spjnd to a call for active service In
time of war. While active service in
time of reac Is entirely voluntary on
tne part or the members of the reserve,
the government encourages them to
perform u limited amount by making
two months of such service a requisite
for re-enlistment for a subsequent four
year period I the reserve. This re requirement
quirement requirement is made in order that the
resrrves may keep In touch with the
duties of the regular service. The;
In the History of Ocala
We have just received 250 pairs of
(fflnss9 IFSdhs SMcokes
In the very latest styles, colors and finishes, both
high and low quarters. The regular selling price of
these Shoes is from $2.50 to $4.00 per pair. The price
for Saturday and Monday is
Every pair guaranteed satisfactory or your money
back without a question.
M wsM la
it m I
The Man who put the "GAIN" in Bargain for Customers ?
may s:iect n nr time to ieriurm u
voluntary service that will suit their
convenience and while so engaged will
receive the. full pay of their rating In
addition to their pay in the reserve as
well as traveling expenses and sub subsistence
sistence subsistence to and from home.
A Reservist's Compensation.
The compensation given members of
the reserve Is, for those who go In the
reserve within four months after leav leaving
ing leaving the regular service $30 a year for
men who nave had four years' experi experience,
ence, experience, $G0 a year for those who have
had eight and $100 a year for those of
twelve years' experience. All that Is
necessary for a member of the re reserve
serve reserve to do in order to obtain this pay
is to keep the Bureau of Navigation In Informed
formed Informed as to his address and to report
at some designated place In his own
community once every quarter for mus muster
ter muster and Inspection and to sign the pay
rolL For this simple and not Incon Inconvenient
venient Inconvenient act he will receive $7.50, $15
or $25, as the case may be, according
to whether his experience in the nary
has been four, eight or twelve years,
Organized by Sections.
This is the retaining fee the govern government
ment government pays a man of experience in or order
der order that it may count upon having his
service in time of war.
The reserves are organized by sec-.
tions in the various communities in
wnich they live and come under the
cognizance of the recruiting officer of
the district in which the community is
situated. There are some thirty re recruiting
cruiting recruiting districts throughout the United
States. The recruiting officers keep the
muster rolls of the members of the re reserve
serve reserve in their respective districts and
keep in touch with them.
Orders and other correspondence be between
tween between the bureau and members of the
reserve pass through the recruiting offi officer.
cer. officer. By this organization the department
can on short notice and with a mini minimum
mum minimum of correspondence mobilize the
reserves at any place on either coast.
May Transfsr to the Reserve.
Another feature of the law which is
of great importance in increasing tb
efficiency of the navy is that which
permits a man to transfer to the re reserve
serve reserve after sixteen or twenty years'
service on one-third and one-half, re respectively,
spectively, respectively, of the total pay he was re receiving
ceiving receiving at the time. This is a great
Inducement to retain many desirable
men in the service.
The most of our men enter as boys
at an average age of eighteen or nine nineteen.
teen. nineteen. Sixteen or twenty years later,
if they so elect, they may transfer
from active service to the reserve.
A Fine Annuity.
At this time, at an age of thirty-four
tr thirty-eight years, for the service
they have already given the govern government
ment government and for that which they stand
ready to give in case of war they will
receive from $33 to $50 a month for
the rest of their lives. The amount
mentioned is that which should come
to a chief petty officer, a rate which
any worthy man is able to obtain In
much less time than sixteen years.
If there is any civil occupation in
this country that will insure to the av average
erage average young man after sixteen or twen twenty
ty twenty years so great an annuity for life it
does not appear obvious to the casual
For many years Uncle Sam has been
paying more attention to the material
part of the navy than to the personnel.
Lately, however, be has been taking
stock of things and realized that a
trained and efficient personnel is equal equally
ly equally as important as Dreadnoughts, and,
although it comes high, he has decid decided
ed decided to go down in bis pockets and pay
The wisdom shown by Uncle 8am in
arriving at this conclusion will be
made clear when we review with him
the situation in regard to the enlisted
personnel which has existed for many
Not Vicious and Unruly.
The first thing that impresses us is
the fact that two-thirds of the entire
enlisted force is composed of men serv serving
ing serving in then first enlistment.
Less than one-half of these terminate
their period of enlistment with an hon honorable
orable honorable discharge, which entitles them to
re-enllst In the service. Of those en entitled
titled entitled to remain in the service SS per
cent avail themselves of the opportu
nity. The remaining 42 per cent go.
into civil life. Those who fall by the
waxslde ar? not all bv
vicious and unruly men. All are sp
cially selected by the recruiting ofZ
cers, which is obvious from the fac
that only one out of six applicants L
taken. The natural question is, Whi
do so many selected men fail to cat
tiuue through their first four year pe period
riod period and qualify for re-enlistment? Of
course some are found to be undesira undesirable
ble undesirable characters whom the navy will not
have at any price. A great majority
of the others, however, are really good
men, but the navy has heretofore of offered
fered offered little inducement for a future
career, while it demands much in the
way of hardships and separation from
home. In consequence many of these
young men become disheartened and
leave the service by desertion, by dis discharge,
charge, discharge, by purchase or by sentences of
courts martial for offenses against mili military
tary military discipline.
Something to Strive For.
Now that the law places a substan substantial
tial substantial value upon the honorable discharge
by providing that men who are en entitled
titled entitled to such may at stated Intervals
elect to leave active service for the
reserve on practically a pension basis
with a substantial rate of pay graded
according to length of service in the
DAvy, we may hope to see a great
change In the unfavorable conditions
referred to. There is something to
strive for a reward for every one who
proves faithful to his trust. We can
look forward to an Improvement In dis discipline,
cipline, discipline, a higher standard of morale
and a resulting Increase in efficiency
due to a greater number of men striv striving
ing striving for and receiving an honorable die die-charge
charge die-charge and to a greater number of
these re-enlistlng for longer periods In
the navy. For every re-enlisted experi experienced
enced experienced man in the quota the govern government
ment government saves the expense of enlisting
and training a recruit, and the nary
gains In efficiency In due proportion.
The law has been on the statute
books only a few months and can hard hardly
ly hardly be said to be fully understood, yet
the reports of enlistments Indicate that
It Is bringing the expected results.
Ordinarily recruits on first enlistment
outnumber the re-enlistments of ex experienced
perienced experienced men In the proportion of
two to one. Since the passage of the
law, however, the reports show that
the percentage of re-enlistments and ex extended
tended extended enlistments to first enlistments
was for the month of March 61 per
cent, for the month of April 79 per cent
and for the month of May 82 per
Navy regulations, governing the na naval
val naval reserve, have just been approved
by Secretary Daniels. Being based
upon the law creating the reserve, the
following extracts will convey in a gen general
eral general way its scope and purpose and the
benefits It was designed to effect alike
for the greater efficiency of the navy
and the patriotic men who volunteer
The naral reserve shaJl consist of citi citizens
zens citizens of the United Btatea who hmvo been
or mar be entitled to be honorably dis discharged
charged discharged from the navy after not less
than one four year term of enlistment or
after a term of enlistment darln minor minority.
ity. minority. Men enlisted In the naral reserve are
not required to perform active service In
time of peace except at their own re request.
quest. request. Enlistments In the naval reserve will bo
made in the rating- In which last honor honorably
ably honorably discharged from the nary and for a
period of four years, unless sooner dis discharged
charged discharged by competent authority.
No man will be first enlisted In the na naval
val naval reserve after eight years from the
date of last discharge from the navy, nor
unless he be found to be physically fit to
perform all the duties of the ra tins' In
which last discharged.
Enlistments In the naval reserve will be
made in two classes: Class one consists
of those men who enlist in the naval re reserve
serve reserve within four months from date of
their last honorable discharge from the
navy. Class two consists of those men
who enlist In the naval reserve after four
months and within eight years from date
of their last honorable discharge from the
On and after March 4, 1317. any enlisted
man of the navy, upon voluntary appli application
cation application at the expiration of an enlistment
or extended enlistment for which be Is
entitled to an honorable discbarge and
after completing servics In the navy or
marine corps of sixteen or twenty or more
years, may be transferred to the naval
reserve by order of the secretary of the
navy. Hen so transferred trill, kowttxr,
he treated Is (As department, particular particular-Is
Is particular-Is is respect to Iks peratascary of their
status i fas ssrsl ream ss cnlUCsd sw
o the retired list of the sary, except they
may be called on for active duty In Urns
of peace as hereinafter provided.
Members of the naval reserve of Class
one who have served less than eight
years tn ths navy will be paid at the
rate of $30 per annum, and thoss wno
have served eickl years or more
mn it cve yc i nt toe iMty e
paid at the rate of t-'O per annum, am
those who have rerved twelve years oi
more In the navy SiiO per an"um.
All members of the nav;4 reserve of
Clans two will be paid at the rate or 11 :l
Members of the naval reserve who have
when transferred to the naval reserve,
completed service In the navy of sixteen
or twenty or more years will be paid at
the rate of one-third and one-hilf. re respectively,
spectively, respectively, of the sum .of tha base pa
and permanent add'tlons thereto, which
they were receiving at the close of th4r
last service In -the navy.
For computing pap in ths naval rcwrre mil
previous service im marp or marine corps
counts, tchcther continuous or not. Men note
im eicil life who hoc had prcrUu t merries im
nerp or marine corps can culit in asrs saJ
hare all benefits of prior terries co mm led in
lomputlug pap in rtcrce.
When actively employed with the nnvy
members of the naval reserve are entitled
to the rate of piy they were rvcclvina
when last honorably discharged from the
navy (base pay plus permanent additions
thereto), and. In addition, their regular
pay In the naval reserve.
Members of naval reserve when active actively
ly actively employed with the navy receive sub subsistence
sistence subsistence end travel allowances to and
Members of the naval reservs of Cls
on. who re-enUst In the vy within four
months from the date ol Their dic"ia-B
from the naval reserve are not etttltVl
to a gratuity of '. four month" pav. but
their re-enlistment In the now shnll tx
held and considered t have bv-n m-il
within four months fro ii the dnttt of Im
charge from the navy for i'iit- puip.;
continuous service iay
Members of the vaval reset ve who hav
been transferred tu nsvul nitn uia
ment la the naval reserve.
Men transferred to the naval reserve
will be required to perform two months'
active service for each four year period
of servics In ths naval reserve subse subsequent
quent subsequent to ths first four year period unlesa
such servics bs waived by ths bureau of
In time of war members of ths naval
reservs may bs required to perform actlvs
servics with the navy throughout the war,
not to exceed ths term of' enlistment la
ths case of those enlisted ta the naval re reservs.
servs. reservs. In ths case of men re-snlurtlng tn ths
navy after servics In ths naval reservs
ths period of time they were actively em employed
ployed employed with ths navy while enlisted tn the
naval reserve will, for ths purpose of re retirement,
tirement, retirement, bs counted as actlvs servics In
A naval reserve button, which may be
worn with civilian dress, win bs Issued
to all members of ths naval reserve.
Largs Body of Trained Men.
It may therefore be safely predicted
that the act creating a naval reserve
and making provision for the qualifi qualification
cation qualification of its members will operate to
provide a large body of trained and
experienced ex-service men nowin civil
life, organized and ready upon short
notice to man our fighting ships in re reserve
serve reserve and at the same time to Increase
the efficiency of the regular enlisted
force by inducing more experienced
men to remain In the. navy.
The naval reserve feature of a na naval
val naval career Is. therefore, of great in interest
terest interest not only to men already enlisted,
but to prospective recruits as welL It
Is, however, only one of the many at attractive
tractive attractive features of the 'service, con
cernlng which the Bureau of Naviga Navigation,
tion, Navigation, Washington, and any naval re
cruiting station will furnish upon re request
quest request such additional information at
may be desired.
1 f F
Before the stork
arrives there It much
to talk about. The
comfort of the expec expectant
tant expectant mother is ths
chief topic And there
is sare to be someone
who has rased or kaovrs
of that rplend!d ex external
ternal external heln. 'Mother's
Friend." It Is applied to the abdominal mus muscles,
cles, muscles, gently robbed la and has a most pro pronounced
nounced pronounced effect as a lubricant. It soothes the
network of nerves, enables the muscla. to
expand naturally, relieves strain on the llr
meets and thus sets at easa any undue traX
on ths organs Involved. And It does this with
perfect safety. Expectant mothers thus go
through ths ordeal with comparative e&M and
comfort. Knowing toothers who have used
"Mother's Friend' speak la glowicr terms of
ths absence of morning sickness, absence of
strata oa the Pgsnvmts and a freedoaa from
many other distresses.
You can get -Mother! Friend at any drug
store or they will gladly get it for you, Writ
today to Brad field &egulaior Co, 401 Lamar
Bldr, Atlanta, C, for a blrhly interactive
book of great vales to all expectant tnotbersr
It contains a valoahls expectancy chart, rales
a diet and Is brimfol of svxxtsUosa (hat ail
Tickets sold for all regular trains, good to return to and Including
JULY 22nd, 1915.
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(4:30 train only for Tampa.)
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Jacksonville, Fla. Ocala, Fla
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TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1915
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a. m. and for Columbia 9:40 a. nu, JULY 27th.
Through coaches and pullman service. Special trains.
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OCA LA EVENING STAR FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1915
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Married Life of Helen and Warren
By MABEL HERBERT URNER
Originator of "Their Married Life." Author of The
Journal of a Neglected Wife," "The Woman Alone," etc
A LIVING TORPEDO.
An Unpleasant Incident Ends the Evening at the Quaint
Old London Tavern
erciay and Morao
July 17tSi and 19!Ii
WE WILL PUT ON SALE
frowned War War-it
it War-it was on this
White Gabardine, Ratine
and Pique Skirts, the newest styles ;:; ;
all sizes. V allies up to .uu ui umy :
(Copyright, 1213. by the McCIure Newspaper Syndicate.
nfi'i on mere: warren biuypeu
short under a street lamp and exam examined
ined examined his hat. 'Great Scott, I've got
?cne ether fellow's lid!"
They hurried back, but Warren's bat
was not there.
'Well, seme blooming fool's worn it
off that's all," Irritably. "If he
brings it back give him this," and
scribbling their hotel address on his
card. Warren left it with the barmaid.
"Oh, dear, I'd carry that until we
get to the hotel," when they were once
more outside. "I can't bear to have
you wear anyone else's hat."
"I'd look like a blithering Idiot with without
out without a hat this weather."
'".Cut you might get some scalp dis disease!
ease! disease! They say all kinds of things
can be caught that way. Besides, dear,
it isn't clean!"
"Well, you're not so all-fired particu particular
lar particular or you wouldn't have nursed that
cat. Talk about germ carriers!"
Helen, sensing his growing irrita irrita-j
j irrita-j tlon, made no further protest, but
when they reached their room she
' carefully scrutinized the derby. The
what do you want port. initials were "L,
"Port's too sweet," objected ileum, j G Vatts
'Not the kind you get here. Oporto j c ..
Port, 1S73." reading the label cn one
"Jove, that's queer
:' re a. "I'd have Fv.crn
V -Could that be. it down
whf.ro those lights are?"
"No, it was a dingy little place.
! Come fill, let's try the next block."
V; They turned into another narrow
dimlydit r.treet which ended abruptly
! a little further on. It was these un un-y
y un-y expected turnings and blind passages
;! tl.ut. for Helen, made the London
streets so full of charm.
M; Warren paused before a low dcor dcor-way,
way, dcor-way, over which hung a qu3int
wrcu?ht-iron lantern and a swinging
j! sign "Higgins' Wine Room, Est. 1740."
. i 'Here we are; here's the place," as
he pushed open the door.
the walls were lined witn
ine casKs, anu uie air was iuu-
V it I, till 11 k 11 V' W v. J
wood. There were a few bare tables.
1 a sawdusted floor, a long bar and
;:fome sporting prints, yellowed with
'! "How about this? Real thing, eh?
TKat Odd Fish, th EUctric Ray. Is j
Trror In Hn Own Way.
There Is a queer fish, bearing the j
name torpedo, that In Its own peculiar :
way 1 a good deal of a terror. This j
Is the torpedo, or electric ray, a dweliei i
In the southern sas. which grows to a
large size, sometimes weighing seventy
or eighty pound. This i-ecullar fish
has a nearly circular body, a short tail
and a very small mouth.
The back ii brownLsh in color, and
the underneath parts are white.
The torpedo obtains its name from
Its power of giving a vio'eut shock,
similar to an electric ndioek, to any anything
thing anything with which it comes in contact
Whenever an enemy approaches the
tish emits from Its body a kind of elec electricity,
tricity, electricity, which incapacitates the attack
In capturing Its food the torpedo
finds this power of use. Being verj
inactive, it cannot pursue the small
fish which form Its diet, so It lies m
writ until they swim close by and then
throws out its iowerful shock, which
instantly renders them helpless.
If a person touches this strange fisn
be is attacked by cramp, which afreets
the stomach, producing n kind of con convulsion
vulsion convulsion For this reason the torpedo
is sometimes known as the "cramp
fish." London Auswera.
the deal for that real estate has been c'otied and the only lhinj?
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county ha i.t t 160
deed records and 43 mortgage records and 50 of miscellanoe.s rec records,
ords, records, or about 150.000 pages of record matter and among these is
the record history of that title.
some searching and
that he -has got it alL
checking before the abstract man lr.oi
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.
AMBER SORGHUM SEED
florid title and abstract corporation
OCA I A ft-JL-
E. W." and the maker
Fleet street, London,
-!of the casks. "That 11 about do tor
The barmaid drew the port, and
.. gave them a couple of watercress sand sand-x
x sand-x wichos from under a glass dome.
"How about that for color?" War War-ren
ren War-ren held up his glass. "That dry
Sale will start Promptly at 9 o'clocjt
LOOK AT THE WIND
j "Dear, lift that down," pointing to
their steamer roll on top of the ward
"Your traveling cap is in there."
"Well, what of it?"
"Why, you'll have to wear some something
thing something in the morning until you can
enougn .' sipping u. touiuui -; buy a hat. You won't wear this!"
that port at home at any price." ; -why won't I?" belligerently.
Helen w?s taking in every detail of j -with that greasy leather band In In-thf
thf In-thf bar. with its shining glasses and si(e? just OQ at it!"
polished brass. It was the first time j -Well. I'm not going to blow in any
! sne nad ever, neen in a uanuum, v twelve shillines for a new bat. Under-
though in London they are frequented j stand? Now let up about It. Here,
by women of all classes. j sew on this button," tossing her the
On the end of the one of the casks j vcgt ho haJ just taken off.
was tacked a conspicuous war poster: j while Warren undressed Helen got
YOUR KING AND COUNTRY NEED out her traveling workbox. In hurt,
YOU A CAUL TO ARMS. i resentful silence. Surely in this she
v. as right" he ought not to wear that
hat; it might be filled with germs.
For sale at $1.75 per bushel, choice, K-tSfKW-i
fresh, Amber Sorgum Seed for plant-! Y
ing. This year's crop. Call on or write
Knight & Strange, Dunnellon, Hor
This is our
An addition of luO.000 men to his
rv. ay. -sty's regular army is immediate immediately
ly immediately necessary in the present grave na-
WHY NOT NOW?
"YOU'LL EVENTUALLY TRADE HERE"
Lord Kitchener is confident that this
appeal will be at once responded to
by nil those who have the safety of
aur empire at heart.
Full information can be obtained at
any post office in the kingdom.
! finil RAVE TTTK KING.
Although Helen had seen. thi3
same bulletin posted everywhere, it
seemed curiously out of place in the
j quiet, peaceful seclusion of this quaint
ol 1 tavern, with- its atmospnere 01
"Would you think she'd wear so
many bracelets?" whispered Helen,
watching the barmaid draw a mug of
"Oh, they all wear a string of brace bracelets,
lets, bracelets, and they're strong on hair puffs. :
Bat they're all right a barmaid over
here is just as much respected as a
stenographer or a clerk."
"Yet the men all talk to her," for
two men were lounging over the bar
in a leisurely conversation.
"Sure, she talks to the customers
that's part of her job. Rut no
Englishman ever gets fresh with a
barmaid. She wouldn't stand for it."
"Oh, Warren, look! What a
beauty!" as a huge maltese jumped
down from the bar and stalked ma-
jestically across the sawdusted floor.
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vere attack of diarrhoea which lasted i y
for over a week," writes W. L. Jones f
Buford, N. D. "I became so weak that f
I could not stand upright. A druggist f
recommended Chamberlains Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The
first dose relieved me and within two
days I was as well as ever." Obtain
able everywhere. Adv.
Manufactured for the -pressing of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Bring
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
it can not wear cr tear. Call and ?ea
t do the w)ik.
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Phone 101 402-401 South Main SL
.. ... i
I "See here! I'm tired of disgorging
; this bed every night." Warren yanked
.off the heavy bolster and the tvo ex extra
tra extra pillows. "Can't you make 'em
.take off this stuff and leave it off?"
j T did speak to the maid, but she
; said she didn't have any place else
I to put them."
! "Well, you tell her to find a place,
or I'll fire them out in the hall." j
"Very well, dear, I'll speak to her
again," conciliatorily, as she put away
the workbox and hung his vest over
i A moment later there was a loud
knock on the door.
"Who the devil's that?" growled
Warren, tying with a jerk the cords
of his bath robe and shuffling over
to answer it.
: It was a bellboy with his hat.
"The gentleman's waiting down downstairs,
stairs, downstairs, sir. He says he's very sorry
he made the mistake and would you
send his down, sir?"
When the boy had gone Warren
slammed the door, and flung his own
hat on the table.
"There, hope you're satisfied. But
I can tell you one thing if that John Johnnie
nie Johnnie hadn't turned up with my hat I'd
have worn his the rest of the trip
even if it was a size too small."
"Rut why began Helen.
"Why?" savagely." "Because of your
With a coaxing,. "Kitty, kitty,
kitty," Helen held out a bit of sand sandwich.
wich. sandwich. The cat sniffed at it, then
leaped suddenly into her lap.
"Oh, you dear, you dear!" strok stroking
ing stroking the sleek fur. "I've got a Pussy
Purr-Mew at home but she's not so
heavy as you."
"Put it down! You don't want that
dirty cat in your lap."
"She's not dirty! You're a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful clean pussy cat, aren't you?"
The cat purred loudly and dug her
infernal meddling that's why! If
: that hat band was soiled, I could see
j it couldn't I? But no, you've got to
t go up in the air you've got to manage
everything. Didn't dream of wearing
i that hat tomorrow till you started to
j row about it."
i Helen, who was letting down her
hair, bit her lip with an air of patient
I endurance that irritated him all the
! "That's right," raspingly. "Now feel
hurt and pity yourself. That's always
r jr s -y v
-r jZLJS ,?r jh.S tfvr3- S:.
Temple Theater this Evening
claws through Helen's skirt
further expression of content.
"Pardon me, sir, may I see this?"
The man at the next table reached
for the paper Warren had laid aside.
There was an unmistakable Ameri American
can American twang to his accent when a lit little
tle little later he returned the paper with
a sociable, "Well, you can't get much
news out of these English papers.
They've got the press pretty well bot bottled
tled bottled up."
"Yes, they're not giving out any anymore
more anymore than they can help."
"Re-en on the continent?"
"No." Warren reached for a match,
"just here in London."
"You're fortunate. A month azo I
was in Berlin took me five days to j
pet here. Wouldn't go through those :
five days again for a good doal."
"Must have been a pretty strenuous
"Strenuous! I saw three poor devil?
dragged out and shot. Two of tlum
(V.od i-arr.o. but the ether, a big stra:
j ping fellow, too well, it wasn't a
J rretty sight." j
j Helen listened breathlessly whilf ho;
i told of tli'-' harrowing experiences of;
that journey. He was from New Yotk.
1 rr.d hi tail ed importantly of his ih ih-l
l ih-l terests there and of his large letter of
your role! But, take it from me, if
you'd an ounce of brains you wouldn't
be forever butting in. A man wants
to manage his own affairs once in a
j Garlic Flavor In Milk.
j Recent investigations in the dairy
division of the United States Bureau
j of animal industry have proved that
j the iiavor of garlic may be entirely
1 removed from milk by blowing air
I through it while it 1? held at a tem tem-i
i tem-i peraturo of at least 140 degrees Fahr Fahr-!
! Fahr-! enheit. An exposure of 30 minutes at
; 14" degrees is sufficient to free milk
I from the most objectionable flavor.
: A somewhat longer exposure is neces neces-5
5 neces-5 sarv lor cream. Scientific American.
NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT
If you want to purchase a new au automobile
tomobile automobile on easy payment', get the
information by addressing Box 1C4,
?:"::: -t-X-X-X credit that had been us!-?s.
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Packing, Storing, Shipping of Freight, Furniture, Pianos a rd Safes.
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We Sell BEAVER BOARD Superior to Plaster or- Celling
Quality and Price INVESTIGATE.
When finally he left them. Helen
looked after Lira much improved.
"I wonder who he is?"
"Huh. that was a lot of hot air tie
gave us. They're all blowing about
the big letters of credit they couldn't
use. Well, ready to go?"
"Ifs a shame to disturb her," re-
Traveling Man's Experience
"In the summer of 1SSS I hud a very
ctvni' attack of cholera morbu?. Two
I hvsicia'is worked over me from four
a. ni. to ; r. in. without giving me any
re'iU-f iu d'thtn told me they did not
export me to live: that I had best tele telegraph
graph telegraph for my family. Instead of doing
so. I travo the hotel porter fifty cent3
ai.c1 told him to buy me a bottle of
Charr.hf! -Iain's Colic, Cholera and
I:a-rhM a Remedy, and take no sub sub-.:t
.:t sub-.:t .). I tiM.k a double dose accord-
At five o'clock
The biggest automobile value ever offered for
less than $1000.
A powerful, fast, silent and sweet, running full-grown S-pasaenger,
really beautiful and fully equipped family automobile.
High tension magneto, sliding gear transmission, left hand center control,
anti-skid tirea on rear, full stream-line body.
The car that has practically every high priced car feature. The car that
is the sensation of the vrhole automobile world.
Holds the road at 50 miles an hour.
With electric fj starter and electric lights $55 extra.
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OLLIEE BEOS., Proprietors.
luctantly lifting the heavy, sleepy cat i the r.ext rr.ornir.
from her lap.
"Darned shame. Want to stay and
nurse her all night?"
Outside there was almost a wintry
tince in the chill, damp air.
"Oh, I love that place!" Helen
turned to look back at the dim light
from the wrought iron lantern. "Let's
not forget where it is."
' 7I .lit; l.ltO IH'II? illlli Wl-llfc IW wjv-t
nfrrr the second dose. At five o'c
I was called by my
Oi l. a" loos ;i ii.mii iui my hcai.
stopj-.irg poii:t. a well man but feel feel-'.v.K
'.v.K feel-'.v.K rather shaky from the severity of
The attack," writes II. W. Ireland,
Louisville, Ky. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
Try one of tr.oc frosted pints of
jPabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny a. U
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Agent for Marion County
'OCALA CVEIUNQ BTAB PWM, SIM it, W5
Mr. Arthur D. Hodge left this aft- j
ernoon for Kansas and other western
The present war substantiates the
old saying that family quarrels are
the worst. The heads of nearly all of
the belligerent nations are near rela relatives.
tives. relatives. WANTED A party of four to pro prorate
rate prorate an automobile trip expense to
Miami and return. See Jos. W.
Silver, Golden, Raisin, Chocolate
and Pound cakes are now put up at
the Carter Bakery in 10 cent pack
ages under the name of "Delicious
None better. Try them. tf
Mr. M. Goethe, an extensive lum lumberman
berman lumberman of Bamboo, was in the city
vpstprdav. He was an out of town
visitor attending the Ocala-Leesburg
baseball game in the afternoon.
"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
ing them try some and avoid the hot
oven during this strenuous warm
Mr. J. D. Rooney went down to
Fastlake today, to prepare the Good Goodwin
win Goodwin cottage, where he and his family
Till make their summer home for the
next month or two.
Houses for rent on Daugherty
street, all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to A. G. Gates at Gates' Gar Garage.
age. Garage. 15-tf
If you automobile needs repairs or
it to Luckie at
Davies' place. 15-tf
Prof. Arthur Williams is in Ocala
for a few days, stopping at the Har Harrington.
rington. Harrington. He is representing the State
College for Women at Tallahassee
and the University of Florida at
Gainesville. Much has been said, but
too much cannot be said in praise of
those two schools of which Florida is
Use Nyal's iamiiy remedies. All
good good for all. Sold by Annex
Drug Store. 16-tf
Mr. II. J. Proctor and family are
here from Silver -Farm near Miami,
for a visit to Mr. Proctor's mother
and their Marion county friends. The
Proctors removed to the East Coast a
number of years ago and have done
well, but like to come home for a visit
to old Marion once in a while.
A full line of loose leaf ledgers,
note books and memorandums al always
ways always on hand at Gerig's. tf
Mr. P. D. Goodyear, one of the
most popular conductors on the Coast
Line, is again on his old run, Sunny Sunny-jim,
jim, Sunny-jim, with alternate days out of Wil Wilcox.
cox. Wilcox. His family is making its home
Take your automobile to Luckie at
Davies' place if it is needing the at attention
tention attention of a skilled mechanic. 15-tf
Jack McCulIy was in town at day daylight
light daylight this morning, to meet Prof.
Snpncpr of the Universitv. and to
gether thhy went out to interview the
farmers along the Blitchton road.
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Garrett left last
night for a visit to Jacksonville. Mr.
Garrett is the freight soliciting agent
for the Queen & Crescent Route and
is making his headquarters in this
city, having rooms at Mrs. Stein's on
South Third street. Miss Mae Stein
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Garrett to
Jacksonville, where she will be the
guest of her father, Mr. J. B. Stein
for a few days.
Mr. G. A. Osteen of Fairfield of the
Fairfield Naval Stores Company, paid
the Star an appreciated call today.
Mr. Dan Dillon, who has been in St.
Petersburg for some time, is in town
for a few days' visit to friends, but
will again return to St. Petersburg.
Don't fail to ask us about our speci special
al special price on stationery. The Court
Blood Risings Begin
A lilere Speck
Stop Them From Grow Growing
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B. Goldman is going to prove to Ocala that he is the leader in Bargains, and that the imitation bar bargains
gains bargains offered by others are false in value and misleading. First of all, the COMMON SENSE rea
son for this Great Sale is simply this :
I need money right now to enable me to put in a splendid new stock of goods. I buy
everything at the lowest possible Cash price, so that I can offer you, my friends and custo-.'
mers, the best quality bargains at the lowest possible prices and still make a living for my myself
self myself So in order to raise money for paying ior this brand new stock of goods before the
discount date, I am sacrificing all profit possible, and offer you such values as you have
never before witnessed in Ocala. ;
My original policy of low price and small profit has made me very successful, for which I thank you all. But;
like every other successful man, I have imitators, who copy my trade name, and advertising.
There is, however, one thing they cannot copy. They cannot copy the BIG VALUES I give for every dollar
which I receive.
A careful comparison, my friends, will prove to your good Common Sense that GOLDMAN'S BARGAINS
are better value for your money than you can get anywhere else in Florida.
Remember when an imitator offers you goods at a few cents less than my prices, that the better quality and
longer wear in my goods are worth at least (en times the few cents he pretends to save you. Your common sense
will show you the imitators goods are of -cheaper, quality and poorer material than my goods.
Read below a few of my hundreds of bargains in this gfeat COMMON SENSE SALE. See how I have really
Cut the Dollars to Pieces and how your-dollari will buy better value here than anywhere else. These values and,
and bargains are unbelievable until you have i seen the goods.
Come in NOW and Look; DoiiTbuyW I'm glad to have; you lookf or seeing is be
lieving here and if you look T knoW y6u Mil ;be! convinced that GOLDMAN saves money for you.
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LADIES' HOUSE DRESSES,
and Percale, well
made, over 100 on
sale now at
120 Ladies House
Dresses, are well
made, all sizes.all
coiors, they com compel
pel compel attention, al always
ways always sold for $1.50
while they A7r
last lor Ul V
Ladies' $1 fr
Waists at.. UI V
One lot of about
50 Ladies' Dresses, including Strip
ed Voiles, Flowered Crepe, P1 OQ
etc.. some worth $6. at P107
Nearly everyone who uses S. S. S. for
the blood recalls a friend who went
through untold suffering as the result
of a mere pimple or small blood rising-.
A host of people did not realize, until
too late, what may result from a sliKht
skin .abrasion. But they recovered if
they used S. S. S., and in almost every
village and hamlet, every crossroad and
away back off the road is someone who
will tell you how S. S. S.. the famous
blood purifier, restored his health.
It is a most Interesting fact that this
remarkable vegetable medicine over overhauls
hauls overhauls the blood in a manner that ex excites
cites excites curious minds.
But it acts in accordance with ac accepted
cepted accepted physiological laws and yet its
effect is almost beyond comprehension
to those who are wedded to such drugs
as mercury, calomel, arsenic, iodide of
potash, copper and other baneful In Influences
fluences Influences which all the world bears
silent testimony to their destructive
S. S. S. is indeed a nature's tribute
to what we need and it is worthy of i
note that in almost any drug store
throughout the country you will find
it regularly in stock. Get a bottle to today.
day. today. And If you believe yours is a
peculiar case, write to the Medical
Adviser of The Swift Specific Co., 106
Swift Bldg., Atlanta. Cfa. Our word
for it, he is one of Georgia's appre appreciated
ciated appreciated specialists, retired from active
practice, but proud of his name and of
bis recognized ability.
Mens' and Ladies' Fine Umbrellas,
steel Paragon Frame, gloria silk, fine
carved handles, sold regular
fur $1.25, during this sale for. 117
Men's Handkerchiefs, fine -quality
Cambric finish, ready for use Q
vat t''TrH'laaf '(I'V?? M
Men's Underwear inUus 'sale A
Men's 10c Sox iri thU sale -" T
for J 1 C
Men's Work Shirts, genuine-Anioa-
keag Chambray Snirts, always sen
for 50c, .well made, full.-Oft
cut; this sale
Men's $1 Shirts to go in this 7Qr
Men's 75c Shirts to go in CQ
this sale at only. . . f
Men's 50c Shirts to go in this OQ-
sale at only A rf w
Men's 50c Underwear will go OQ
in this sale at only
Men's 50c Neckwear will go OC-
in this sale at only
Men's 50c Sox will go in this QQr
sale at only... -.l wSt
Men's 25c Sox will go in this 1Qr
sale at only
Men's 15c Sox will go in this 1 1
sale at only Alt
Overalls, $1 value, Union made, guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed will be sold in this OQr
sale at J....
Men's Negligee Shirts. This "lot is
rnmnrispH of nlain color and striped
Percales and Pongees, attached soft
colors. Our regular 50c Oy Oy-and
and Oy-and 75c line, price
Mn's Dress Shirts, resrular S 1.25 and
$1.50 values. Plain. Poneees and
Striped. Great bargains. fTI
Men's Work Socks, limited number,
worth 10c, sale price per r r-pair
pair r-pair J
in rinzon Genuine Scriven Elastic
Spam Drawers, crood cuality. for
the greatly reduced price
IMUVS palm beach suits
I ia Imp thntirie suit we sell VOU is
tYia cnmA nt w have been selling inJ
the past. xu the material is very
scarce in the .markeu andlllave. to
pay more now than beiore ana tne re re-fore
fore re-fore no reduction is possible. Our
Plm RMuh Suits are. labeled een-
uine,' in alPcolors, the same suit you
have paid $7.50 Jot, GJA kfl
you bought one) for... P"
HEII'S SUITS MID PAHTS
Men's odd Coats, well Q "I AQ
worth up to $5, at.... V Xi
A cniarnntppd 11 wool Blue Seree
Man's Suit that sold for $10. Just
a few of them left $6 35
A special lot of Men's Suits, all wool,
Worsteds and Cashmeres, noDDy
styles, this season's newest, valued
up to $18, in this sale O
We mention only a few as the limited
amount of space prevents us xrom
giving an entire description of our
immense ctwlr. Men's fine custom
made Pants, in Scotch and English
Tweeds, neat patterns, values up u
50 Dozen Men's Khaki Pants, the best
value and choicest material ana
well made, in both dark and light
tan, $1.25 value, sale 7Qc
price t mJ
Boys Wash Suits, two to eight years
of age, value 69 cents, OQr
50 pair Khaki Knee Pants, small
sizes, first come, first serv- 1 f
ed, sale price Xw
SHOES FOR THE FAMILY
Just received .100 pairs Men's high
grade -work shoes, lnese come in
hlnehter and ha 1 stvles: eenuine elk
.uppers, strictly $2.50 C1' 7Q
values; sale price. ... P1
100 pair Men's Shoes and Oxfords in
all leathers, including white Kias,
mostly English drop toe, Goodyear
welt, $3.50 and $4.50 values, dur during
ing during this sale 32 25
Our "Walk-Over Shoes were con
siderably reduced. We are selling
them lower than ever.
One lot Ladies' Shoes, odds and ends,
high tops and oxlords, an leathers,
big bargains, to close out QQ
in this sale at JJOC
White Canvas Shoes. All shoes in
this range reduced. They include
women's and men's Oxfords, Baby
Dolls, Colonial Pumps. This line
has never been offered at this price
before. Come see. Sale 1 1Q
We have another lot of White Shoes
of odds and ends, in this QQf
sale at per pair OSC
100 ALARM CLOCKS
These alarm clocks are American
made and are guaranteed to keep
good time, $1 value in this CQr
LADIES' UNDERWEAR, ETC.
Ladies' Lone White Embroiden-d
Skirts, made full standard count
White Cambric' 7-in flounce, con
sistine of 4 1-2-in open work em
broidery and headed by 2-in pin
tucked cambric. Sale 1 Qr
urice A mJ C
Ladies' Muslin Corset Underskirts,
Corset Covers and Drawers 1Q 1Q-Sale
Sale 1Q-Sale price
Ladies' Assorted Corset Covers, four
distinct designs, made oi 1 Q.
standard count Nainsook. A J C
12 Yards Fruit of the Loom Bleach
ing, 36 inches wide, 1 00
LL Sheeting sells everywhere for 8c
per yard, at this saie c I 11 fl
20 yards for )1.UU
GREAT BARGAINS IN DRY
Look at this A
deep price cut
unbleached mus muslin.
lin. muslin. Best Grade,
Yard Wide, iAp
10 yds. for 4V W
Susine Silk, pret
ty colors, iQr
at this sale 17 U
10,000 Yards Best Calico, Fast Col Colors,
ors, Colors, American made, Assort- lfr
ed Patterns, 10 yards for. 4W
40-in Voile, the very kir d you pay
15c a yard for, compare it with
ours, we-will abide by your In Indecision.
decision. Indecision. Sale price, per yd. Juv
Amoskeag Apron Checks. 10c
value, sale Price 1 2&
Special Lot Apron Checks, 7 l-2c Cp
value, sale price c)L
10c Quality Bleaching, full 36.
inches wide, 15 yards for
TABLE OIL CLOTH
Less than half price, best grade of
Table Oil Cloth, sells everywhere
for 25c per yd, in this sale per Jq
(THE MAN WHO PUT THE "GAIN" IN BAEGAif!)
mmmmmm mmmm. .mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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 hurtr is an antiseptic,
tiseptic, antiseptic, kills infection and prevents
dangerous complications. Good for all
skin blemishes, pimples, salt rheum,
eczema. Get an original 2-ounce 25c.
box from your druggist. Adv. 2
THE JOHN DOZIER CO.
50 cents per pound, at
We are installing machinery for the
MIXING. of our own Stock, Poultry
and Dairy feeds, which will be sold
under our private brand. Other than
this we will be prepared to furnish
any formula that the consumer may
desire. Notice will be given when
these foods are put on sale. PAT PATRONIZE
RONIZE PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. 7-16-tf
A Cough Remedy that Relieves
Its prepared from the healing pine
balsam, tar and honey all mixed in a
pleasant, soothing cough syrup called
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. Thousands
have benefited by its use no need
your enduring that annoying cough or
risking a dangerous cold. Go to your
dealer, ask for a 25c original bottle
ri- h11 Pim-Tar-Honev. start us-
ingat once tni Kt rid of your cough
This morning at 10 o'clock Chief
Chambers received a call that the res residence
idence residence of Mr. R. O. Connor, two miles
out of town, was on fire. Mr. Cham Chambers
bers Chambers took the chemical engine and
with the aid of neighbors the fire was
soon put out. The damage did not
exceed $10. The fire was caused
from a defective flue.
TTavo vrii trid those deliciOUSMaX-! ani cold. 7a" Adv."2
Luckie, at Davies, burns the carbon
out of your cylinders while you wait.
See Jrinx. 13-3
Tired, Aching Muscles Relieved
Hard work, over-exertion, mean
stiff, sore muscles. Sloan's Liniment
lightly applied, a little quiet, and your
soreness disappears like magic. "Noth "Nothing
ing "Nothing ever helped like your Sloan's Lin Liniment.
iment. Liniment. I can never thank you enough,"
writes one grateful user. Stops suffer suffering,
ing, suffering, aches and pains. An excellent
counter-irritant, better and cleaner
than mustard. All draffgts, 25c. Get
a bottle today. Penetrates without
rubbing. Adv. 2
COME TO THE SUNSHINE CITY
If you want to keep cool and take a
plunge in the bay. You will find good
rooms and board at $5. per week at
826 Central avenue, St. Petersburg,
I-Ta. Mrs. L P. Butler. 25-tf
AUTOMOBILES ON CRZoHT
Advertise in the Stas.
Do you want to get the late it
model, most popular medium price!
automobile on easy payments? If to
address Box 154, Ocala, Fla. 1-ri.