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The Ocala evening star
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ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE
VOL. 21.
Being Built by

SHE WILL BE ABLE TO CROSS THE ATLANTIC OCEAN AND

Bridgeport, Conn., July 17. Simon
Lake, inventor and builder of sub submarines
marines submarines for the United States, an announced
nounced announced tod,ay that the new submar submarine
ine submarine G-3 will be able to cross the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic ocean and return without stop stopping1.
ping1. stopping1. It has a new Swiss engine,
which takes the place of the double
engine system. The cost of the G-3
will be $450,000.
NEXT AMERICAN NOTE
Is Being Carefully Considered by
President Wilson and Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Lansing
Washington, July 17. Several
drafts of the note setting forth the
course the United States intends to
follow, as a result of the German re reply
ply reply to the American protest Against
submarine methods, have been pre prepared
pared prepared and will be discussed by Pres President
ident President Wilson with Secretary of State
Lansing Monday. The drafts will be
submitted to the cabinet Tuesday.
Although ofiieialls generally are
reticent, the purpose of the United
States to continue to assert its
rights on the high seas, probably will
be announced in a definite form in
the next note. It is also believed the
United States intends to say little, if
anything, on the intimations from
Germany, that it. would be glad for
the United States to make another
effort to mediate the subject of sub submarine
marine submarine warfare and contraband with
Great Britain, unless a specific re request
quest request is made.
CLARK CAPTURED
Speaker Had to Surrender to the
SufTs
San Francisco, July 10. Champ
Clark faced a band of suffragists in a
hotel lobby here yesterday and pledg pledged
ed pledged allegiance to their general cause.
"I expect to see Missouri added to
the suffrage states soon and I am go going
ing going to help," he said.
The speaker promised to write the
suffragists later as to whether in the
next Congress he would support what
is known as the Susan B. Anthony
amendment for equal suffrage.
VETOED A FOOLfSn BILL
(Associated Tress)
Montgomery, July 17. Governor
Henderson today vetoed the anti anti-tipping
tipping anti-tipping bill.
LIBERTY BELL AT THE
SAN FRANCISCO EXPOSITION

(Associated Press)
Sanfrnncisco, July 17. The liberty
N bell was placed on exhibition here to today
day today with battle ship salutes, parides
and speaking.

CANDLER
Candler, July 13. Mr. William
Snyder left yesterday for his annual
summer visit to friends and relatives
in Indiana.
Mr. Thomas Pritchett after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant weeks' visit to his mother and
brother, returned to Inverness Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Mrs. Belle Holtzclaw is in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, .visiting the family of her son,
Mr. Wrarren Holtzclaw.
Miss Helen Thornton has concluded
a visit to her friend, Mrs. Janie Prit Pritchett
chett Pritchett and returned to Burbank, her
home.
Mrs. Charles Mathews is in Ocala,
the guest of Mrs. Van Hood.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mathews are
temporarily domiciled at Wekiwa,
going through in their car.
Mrs. John Mathews has returned
from visit to her sister, Mrs. Allen,
in Trilby.
Mr. and Mrs. Ayer and Miss Ayer
motored down from Ocala Sunday and
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George
Thompson and Mrs. Hall.
A merry party went to Smith Lake
Tuesday, enjoyed a swim in the lake,
partook of picnic hinch and enjoyed
a pleasant drive home.

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the Inventor,
Bridgeport
(Associated Press)
ATTACK (III
MIMA
iuiiiin
BRITISH LINER, CHASED BY A
SUBMARINE, HAD AMERI AMERICANS
CANS AMERICANS ON BOARD
f Associatfd I'ress)
New York, July 17. Passengers
aboard the British passenger liner
Orduna, arriving here today, said a
German submarine attempted to tor torpedo
pedo torpedo the vessel July 0th at G a. m.,
without previous warnings. When
the sub failed in this, it fired six
shells at the Orduna one of which hit
the liner. Twenty-two Americans
were aboard as passengers. All prais praised
ed praised Captain Taylor for his manner in
maneuvering the vessel.
SWIFTER THAN THE SUB
There were two hundred and twenty-seven
passengers aboard the Or Orduna.
duna. Orduna. The captain confirmed the
passengers' statement of an attack
without warning, but declined to dis discuss
cuss discuss it further. According to Baron
Rosenkrantz, of Denmark, a ship sail sailing
ing sailing with the American flags painted
on its sides, was seen just before the
attack. Many passengers believe the
submarine was using this ship as a
shield. When the attack began, the
passengers assembled on the deck and
life boats were swung out. The Or Orduna
duna Orduna rigzagged and out-distanced
the submarine, four shells from which
crossed the decks.
MAJOR HARRISON
OUT OF STATE MILITIA
Tallahassee, July 17. Governor
Trammell has approved the applica application
tion application of Major S. C. Harrison, Jr. of
Jacksonville, to be placed upon the
retired list of the National Guard of
Florida. Major Harrison, early this
week, wrote Governor Trammell
asking that he be placed on the retir retired
ed retired list after having served 15 years
in the National Guard. Major Har Harrison
rison Harrison was in command of the First
Battalion.
GETTING CLOSE TO GALLIPOLI
Mitylene, July 17. British rein reinforcements
forcements reinforcements are reported to have ar arrived
rived arrived on the northern shore of the
Gallipoli peninsula and are now only
three miles from the city of Gallipoli
at the entrance to the Sea of Mar Mar-n.ora.
n.ora. Mar-n.ora. Turkish losses during the last
six days total 25,000 The Allies fleet
has redoubled its fire and the land
batteries have advanced.
BERLIN
Berlin, July 14. Mrs. E. B. Weath Weathers
ers Weathers and two little sons, who have been
visiting Mrs. Weathers' sister, Mrs.
Turner at Red Level for the past
week, returned home last Sunday.
Miss EfHe Rawls returned home last
Saturday after several weeks' visit
with relatives at Oak a.nd Sparr.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stephens were
the guests last Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Roe.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Howell accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs. Mary Eagleton and
daughter Marjorie of Ocala, motored'
out last Sunday afternoon and spent
a few hours the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. S. J. McCully.
Rev. Bunyan Stephens of Ocala
preached a very interesting sermon
here last Sunday, which was well at attended.
tended. attended. Misses Bessie Marshall and Dovie
Gates cf Ocala, were guests of Misses
Sara and Leone Brooks last Sunday.
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

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THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION

Simon Lake, at
RETURN WITHOUT STOPPING
RESOLUTIONS BY
THE BOARD OF TRADE
Whereas, The Marion County Board
of Trade is reliably informed that
many of the voters and taxpayers
residing on the northwestern side of
this county are unalterably opposed
to the creation of the proposed Blox Blox-ham
ham Blox-ham county, composed of the territory
in which they reside in Marion coun county
ty county together with a large portion of
Ivy county; therefore, be it
Resolved, That we give our undi undivided
vided undivided support to the defeat of the
creation of the new county by fur furnishing
nishing furnishing such reliable information as
will fully enable our citizens in Mar Marion
ion Marion to know exactly what burdens
they would place upon themselves by
voting for the creation of Bloxham
county;
Resolved, That the secretary of this
board is hereby requested to obtain
from the -"comptroller of the state,
from the tax books cn file in his of office,
fice, office, the number of acres of land as assessed
sessed assessed in 191 1 in-4he new county of
Bay, the value thereof per acre, to together
gether together with the millage levied there thereon
on thereon for all purposes, the acreage as assessed
sessed assessed in the new county of Pinellas
for the year 1914, the assessed value
thereon per acre and. the millage
levied for all purposes in said county,
alec the number of acres assessed in
the -new county of Seminole for the
year 1914, thevalue per acre and the
millage thereon for n"l purposes in
said county;
Resolved, That the secretary of
this board be required to ascertain
the acreage assessed and value placed
thereon for the year 1914 in each of
the counties of Washington, Hills Hillsborough,
borough, Hillsborough, Orange, Marion and Levy,
together with the millage levied
thereon that we may show the differ difference
ence difference of the tax burden between the
new counties and the old counties
from which the new ones were creat created;
ed; created;
Resolved, further, That the secre secretary
tary secretary is hereby required to ascertain
from the county clerks of Marion and
Levy counties and from the records,
the total amount of outstanding in indebtedness
debtedness indebtedness that Bloxham county
would have to assume as its portion
thereof and the total amount of the
income from the taxes of 1915 that
Bloxham county would be entitled to
receive from their portion of the as assessed
sessed assessed property within their proposed
territory of Marion and Levy coun counties;
ties; counties; Resolved, further, That the secre secretary
tary secretary is hereby required to show from
the records of Marion county the
amount of school and road funds ex expended
pended expended within the territory of the
proposed new county of Bloxham from
Marion county, also the total amount
received in taxes from the property
assessed in said territory for the yer.r
1914, that the taxpayers and voter
of that portion of Marion county
may know the difference between the
taxes they did pay in that year and
the benefits they did receive from
this county.
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 Shipp place, on
Thursday, August 5th. Speakers on
both 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. Hutchins. Respectfully,
W. O. Brewer.
J. T. Hutchins,
-J. B. McOehee,
J. B. Dean,
W. H. Markham,
J. D. Wiggins,
L. H. Hiers,
T. F. Morgan,
Joe Walker,
J. L. Starling,
General Picnic Committee.

FLORIDA, SATURDAY,
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THE CUIIABD

(Associated Press)

T--r?rm -Tnlv 1 7 Trrrtffln firtwl
rrfutrt
kill the passengers, caused the loss of
the Lusitania, according to the find finding
ing finding of the British court of inquiry, it
was announced today. The court com completely
pletely completely exonerated Commander Tur Turner
ner Turner of the Cunard Line, the crew and
passengers of all blame, saying that
11 facilities for life saving were ade adequate
quate adequate and the conduct of the crew
was blameless, while the passengers'
conduct was praiseworthy.
American survivors "express indig indignant
nant indignant surprise at the exoneration of
Capt. Turner, the crew and the Cun Cunard
ard Cunard Line, which may have a great ef effect
fect effect on actions against the company.
ONLY A SMALL CARGO OF AM AM-MUNITION
MUNITION AM-MUNITION The court also found the Lusitania
was unarmed and the cargo a general
one, the ammunition aboard consist consisting
ing consisting of only five thousand cases of
caitridges, which did not cjrlode.
SILVER SPRINGS
AND OCALA CANAL
Reliable information has been re received
ceived received in Gainesville thafc a movement
is on foot to construct a canal from
the city of Ocala to Silver Springs, in
j Marion county. This is intended to
give a navigable waterway from the
city of Ocala to connect with the St.
Johns river to Jacksonville. Only
eleven miles of. canal will be neces necessary,
sary, necessary, according to persons from that
city who were here Friday.
It is proposed to have Marion coun county
ty county and the city of Ocala join together
in paying the cost of the canal, issu issuing
ing issuing bonds to provide funds.
Silver Springs is one of the most
wonderful water courses, of the state,
being navigable for many miles and
being the source of the Oklawaha
river connecting with the St. Johns
river. A canal connecting Ocala with
the springs would mean year round
transportation from that city by wa water,
ter, water, since the Oklawaha and St.
Johns are open every month in the
year.
Prominent business men in Ocala
are said to be enthusiastic over the
proposed canal and efforts will be
made to have the proposition taken
up at an early date. Gainesville Sun.
If the Sun had read the Star real
close, it would have been made wise
to this plan some years ago. How However,
ever, However, we could not do much planning
if it would take eleven miles of canal.
The distance is about five and a half.
EDISON IS ENTHUSIASTIC
of the Plan to Form a Defense Board
of American Inventors
Washington, July 17. Secretary
Daniels returned yesterday from his
conference with Thomas A. Edison,
who will head the new naval advisory
board. Mr. Daniels said general plans
for the new bureau of invention in
the department and the civilian board
were talked over, but the personnel
of the board was not discussed.
"Mr. Edison thought," said the
secretary, "that the plan offered pos possibilities
sibilities possibilities of getting the foremost en engineers
gineers engineers of the country to aid us. He
is impressed with the idea that meth methods
ods methods of warfare are undergoing radi radical
cal radical change; that what has been may
not be in the future. It is his idea
that the board should be purely ad advisory,
visory, advisory, and that navy officers skilled
by practice in thrtir work should con continue
tinue continue development of ideas, getting
them.
"Mr. Edison thought that to serve
on this board would be regarded as a
crowning honor for an American en engineer;
gineer; engineer; the renewal of decorations
given by foreign governments for
scientific achievements."
Mr. Daniels believed there would be
little difficulty in getting appropria appropriations
tions appropriations from Congress for the work.
Several senators and representatives,
he said, have approved the plan.
"If we can show Congress the wis wisdom
dom wisdom of the plan," he said,' "I think
we will have little difficulty with ap appropriations."
propriations." appropriations." A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Gerig's. tf.

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JULY 17, 1915

COUNTY T A KING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

Ml
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THE LUS1TAUIA VHITE-
CHANGE III THE
GREEK CABINET
Sographos, Supposed to be Commit Committed
ted Committed to Peace, has Resigned
(Associated Press)
London, July 17. Christakis So Sographos,
graphos, Sographos, foreign minister of Greece
i nthe cabinet of Gounaris, formed
when Premier Venizelos resigned be because
cause because the king would not enter the
war, has resigned, according to an
Athens dispatch today.
WILL HOLD WARSAW
Petrograd, July 17. The war of office
fice office admits the loss of Przasnyz.
Grand Duke Nicholas has declared to
an American correspondent that with
the German plans ruined, the des desperate
perate desperate offensive movement around
Przasnyz is only a despairing effort
to turn defeat into victory. He de declares
clares declares that the drive against War Warsaw
saw Warsaw from the north will be stopped
as were the drives from the south and
the west.
MEET AGAIN MONDAY
Endeavoring to Settle the Coal Min
ers Strike in England
(Associated Press)
London, July 17. The executive
council of South Wales miners failed
to agree on the means of settling the
coal strike and went to Cardiff, where
they will meet Monday.
HARRY THAW IS HAPPY
Long Years of Confinement Have
Taught Him to Appreciate
Liberty
Atlantic City, N. J.f July 17. Har Harry
ry Harry Thaw remained here today. Prom Prom-enaders
enaders Prom-enaders on the board walk were on
the alert to see him. His present
plans are to rest.
EUREKA
Eureka, July 15. The weather
continues quite warm but an occas occasional
ional occasional shower does much to cool the
atmosphere and help the struggling,
grass to keep the farmer from idle idleness.
ness. idleness. Miss Oldia Hinson and MessrF. F.
M. Harp, Charles Harp, John Mc Mc-Quaig
Quaig Mc-Quaig and Jim Marsh motored to
Ocala Tuesday.
Miss Oldia Hinson has for her
guest this week Mis3 Mattie Wal Wal-dron
dron Wal-dron of Bay Lake.
Miss Othello Cassels of Bay Lake,
is visiting Mrs. J. M. McQuaig for a
few days.
Miss Hazel Lanair returned home
from Pedro Friday, where she has
been visiting relatives.
Messrs. J. N. Tiller and Waldo
Wishart were in our midst Monday."
Mrs. E. S. Smith, who has been
visiting her daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Hinson, returned
to her home at Kenwood Friday.
Mrs. A. M. Fort of Tampa is visit visiting
ing visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. B.
Parramore.
We are glad to hear that Mr3.
Counts i3 improving.
Messrs. Charles Harp, John Mc McQuaig,
Quaig, McQuaig, Abbot Parramore and John
Lanair attended the meeting of the
rifles at Fort McCoy Monday night.
Mr. F. M. Harp attended lodge
meeting Monday night at Fort Mc McCoy.
Coy. McCoy. Mrs. Floyd Dudley is spending a
couple of weeks at Salt Springs, en enjoying
joying enjoying the luxuries of bathing in its
placid waters.
Mrs. F. M. Harp. Misses Oldia Hin Hinson
son Hinson and Mattie Waldron were guests
of Mrs. I. M. Hinson Wednesday.
Revival services are being conduct conducted
ed conducted by Rev. J. M. Lewis of Trilby here
this week. Everybody has a cordial
invitation to attend.
We are glad to know that Mr. A.
W. Kinlaw is convalescing.
Mr. F. M. Harp drove over to Fort
McCoy Friday.

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Austro:Germans Display Re
newed Activity

FRENCH MAKE SMALL BUT CONSTANT GAINS ALONG THEIR
FRONT

(Associated Press)

London, July 17. The Ruseian
lines are still holding north of War Warsaw,
saw, Warsaw, where the greatest force of the
Teutonic movement is being exerted,
according to the Petrograd state statement,
ment, statement, which says attacks by impor important
tant important forces west of the river Orzyc
have been repulsed with heavy losses
and in sections where -the Germans
gained their further advance was ar
rested. Petrograd admits the with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal of the Russians between Pis Pis-sia
sia Pis-sia and Orzyc, on account of General
von Hindenburg's attack. A contin
uation of the German advance in
Courland is also admitted. London
observers attach increasing impor importance
tance importance to this movement.
General von" Mackensen's army,
which swept through Galicia, is giv
ing signs of renewed activity in ac
cordance with the assumed Teutonic
plan to attack simultaneously all
along the SOO-mile front from the
Baltic to Bessarabia.
Unofficial reports from Geneva de declare
clare declare at the lower end of this line,
where the Austrians crossed the
Dneister, they were driven back and
the retreat turned into a rout.
RUSSIANS GIVEN NO TIME TO
REORGANIZE
London, July 17. Austria. and Ger Germany's
many's Germany's war campaign against Rus Russia
sia Russia appears to be gaining force and
the forces of the Teutonic allies now
seem to be working in perfect con concert
cert concert and as a result of the German
organization the Russians have been
given little time to reorganize or rest
since their retreat from Galicia.
The German official statement re reports
ports reports a further advance of the Teu Teutonic
tonic Teutonic forces in Poland, north of War Warsaw.
saw. Warsaw. "Fighting victoriously" was the
term applied to the actions southeast
of Kovno and south of- Przasnysz.
RUSSIANS SAY GERMANS WERE
"REPULSED
The latest Russian official com communication,
munication, communication, however, declares the
German attacks in that region were
repulsed and said there was fighting
of more or less severity all along the
Russian front, except in Central Pol Poland,
and, Poland, where the Russians held such
strong positions that military critics
here believe it impossible to break
through. It is not likely, however,
that the main forces have clashed
yet.
WILL PREVENT OFFENSIVE IN
THE WEST
So long as the effort to crush Rus Russia
sia Russia continues military writers believe
the Germans will not attempt any im important
portant important movement in the west against
the forces of France, Great Britain
and Belgium. While the German
crown prince has tried to break thru
the French lines at Argonne it is be believed
lieved believed his intention were simply to
weaken the French hold on Verdun.
ROUMANIANS REFUSAL
Roumania has declined to accede to
Germany's demands that Roumania
allow munitions to pass through that
country for Turkey.
STAR STILL SHINES
Eddie Wa!h. Famous Pitcher, has
Come Back Again
Chicago, July 17. Ed. Walsh, a
one time star pifclicr for the Chicago
American league club, pitched his
first 1915 rar.e yesterday against the
Philadelphia Americans, Chicago
winning by the score of six to two.
Wal-h held hi opponents to six
hits, priced or!y three men and
struck rut five batters. The big pitch1-
looked like the Wnkh cf dd, al although
though although some cntics thought he lack lacked
ed lacked muth tf tie sp :cd he u.ed to have.
Take your automobile to Luckie at
Da ies place if it is needing the at attention
tention attention of a skilled mechanic 15-tf

LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS TIME

NO. 168
EIICOURAGIIIG OUTLOOK
In Marion County Crops, According to
the State University's Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural Experts
A party of gentlemen, all greatly
interested in the agricultural improv improv-ment
ment improv-ment of the state, were at the -Harrington
last night.
Among them were Profs. A. P.
Spencer and J. M. Scott, from the
experiment station at Gainesville;
Mr. Naramore, interested in the ex exclusive
clusive exclusive development of ten thousand
acres, which is to be made into stock
farms, on the Lake and Marion coun county
ty county line; Mr. .William Goume, coun
ty demonstrator for Lake, and our
own. Jack McCully.
These gentlemen today are visiting
the up-to-date farm of Mr. Jack
Camp and Capt. Sam Pyles' famous
"Glenhurst" farm near the city.
Messrs. Spencer and McCully. went
around extensively near Ocala yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, visiting the Oklawaha farms,
Anthony, Sparr,, Reddick and Lowell,
in connection with demonstration
work.
Prof. Spencer said the crop out outlook
look outlook is excellent everywhere he went.
He was specially pleased with the
magnificent corn crops and the inter interest
est interest of the members of the boy's corn corn-clubs
clubs corn-clubs in their work. There will be
several thousand bushels more of com
this year than usual in the territory
he visited. He also found a large
acreage of peanuts and good pros prospects
pects prospects for a fine crop, and noted that
many of the farmers were canning
tomatoes. Another thing that Prof.
Spencer is glad to report is that there
is comparatively little hog cholera,
the disease which a few months ago
it was feared .would do great harm.
The agricultural extension work of
the state university is a most bene beneficial
ficial beneficial thing for Florida, and Profs.
Spencer and Scott are very zealous in
carrying it on.
MRS. ELLEN G. WHITE
ProphcleM of the Seventh Day Ad Adventists,
ventists, Adventists, is No More
(Assoclaf -! Pr)
St. Helena, Calif., July 17, Mrs.
Ellen G. White, prophetess of the
Seventh Day Adventists, died at her
home here last night, aged 88 years.
Mrs. Whitejwas one of the founderM
of the denomination known as Sev Seventh
enth Seventh Day Adventists. She was one
of the converts of William Miller,
who in the early '40s aroused thou thousands
sands thousands to a belief in the speedy advent
of the second coming of Christ. Ac According
cording According to information given out by
the North American division confer conference
ence conference of the Seventh Day Adventists,
Mrs. White was considered by prac practically
tically practically all -Seventh Day Adventists as
their prophetess.
. Born in Gorham, Cumberland coun county,
ty, county, Maine, November 2C, 1827, she had
lived to the advanced age of 83 years.
Her maiden name wes Ellen Gould
Harmon.
DISTINGUISHED EDITOR DEAD
New York,N July 17. St. Clair Mc Mc-ICelwcy,
ICelwcy, Mc-ICelwcy, editor of the Brooklyn
Eagle, died jesterday at his home in
Brooklyn. He had been ill a long
time.
Dr. McKelway was 70 years old, -a
widely known journalist and educa educational
tional educational worker. He was r. vigorous
supporter of C rover Cleveland when
tho latter was p. cardidate-for the
presidercy.
On 3&virlz.y Monday, 15
pounds of sugar for $1, vith one dol dol-e
e dol-e h. Fmiih Oro-ry O. Phone 434. tf
lar's worth cf other groceries, for

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L. Giles. A board of directors was
elected as follows: II. L. Beeman, M.
O. Over.street, V. C. Temple, D.
Lockhart, H. H. Dickson, W. H. P.ey P.ey-nolds,
nolds, P.ey-nolds, Seth" Woodruff, J. II. Sadler, J.
O. Chase and Charles Hand.

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Setting Harry Thaw free seems to tie business firms have started with

please everybody in Ocala.

the

The story has been going

rounds that the kaiser has
war would end in October

likely the kaiser said any such thing.

inadequate means and been obliged to

quit, and the low price of
compelled one lumber firm

NEWSPAPER TRIALS
Naturally, a cool minded individual
would ask when called upon to de denounce
nounce denounce crime and criminal, that the
crime be specified and the criminal

(pointed out, with sufficient evidence
. ,Y I that a crime had been committed ar-d

the person designated had commit committed
ted committed the act constituting the crime, to
convince a reasonable minded man.
Miami Herald.
Any newspaper managed by in intelligent
telligent intelligent and conscientious men, when
crimes have been committed, is om-

WILL FIND THEM IN WILLISTON

For

Enterprising Folks
Their Funds

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tpetent to point them out, and to de-

said the arrange its affairs. Anybody who will. . .

trial. It is not proper that a news-

It isn't go around the business center of

It would be a good thing for Am America
erica America if all the people pulled together
for the good of the country as the
Germans are pulling for the good of
theirs.

The Manufacturers' Record esti estimates
mates estimates that the Florida corn crop this
year exceeds that of last year by
109,000 bushels. Too small an esti estimate.
mate. estimate. In Marion county alone there
is probably an increase of 50,000
bushels.

Ocala will find nearly all

houses doing business at the

stands, and several new and vigorous
firms. In the business district of this
city today, there are just two empty
store rooms, and those two in rather
out of the way locations.

A firm at Oxford has put on a spe special
cial special auto service for every Saturday
between that town and Ocala. If the
other towns along the line will fol follow
low follow suit the ill-fitting local schedule
of the Seaboard won't make so much
difference.

A citizen of Ocala asks the Star if
a white man has ever been hung in
Florida for the murder of a woman.
We can't remember any; if any there
ever was, he must have been a pauper
as well as a murderer. It-is in the
power of the ladies to even things up,
however. If they will only kill some
of the men who deserve to be killed,
the Star thinks" it can guarantee that
Florida juries will acquit them.

Ambassador Bernstorff, in his call
on Secretary Lansing Friday, ex expressed
pressed expressed his belief that there would

not be any repetition of the Lusi Lusi-tania
tania Lusi-tania incident. This may be his in individual
dividual individual belief, in which case it is
worth little, but it is more likely the
expression of his government. If so,
it should have been expressed in the
note from Berlin. If the German
government, on the sinking of the

Lusitania, had declared it had made a
regrettable mistake, and one it would
endeavor in future to prevent, the
just anger of the American people at

the slaughter of their countrymen
would at once have cooled. Instead,
the Germans gave much evidence that
they gloried in the act, and tried to
lay the blame on Britain. It is only
necessary for any sensible German to
put himself in an American's place to
understand how the United States
feels about it.

Pensacola, Tampa, Ocala, Miami
and other Florida cities and towns
have had business failures. Dixie.
There has not been any business
failure amounting to anything in
Ocala since the First National Bank
failed twenty years ago. A few lit-

Stockholders of the Orange County
Fair Association met this week in
Orlando. The election of officers for
the coming year was held, with the
result that the following influential
men, well known throughout middle
Florida, were elected leaders of the
fair President, Seth Woodruff; fast
vice president, W. C. Temple; second
vice president, J. N. Whitney; third

, i paper demand tnat any particular jer--u
, . . .

son oe convicted, ana we nave very

f-eldom known any newspaper to do
In the case of the Jacksonville fail failures
ures failures referred to, it is evident that
there has been gross mismanage mismanagement
ment mismanagement or criminal negligence, if not
downright dishonesty. The Star has

been informed by an Ocala citizen, a
prominent business man, well ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with the affairs of one of
the wrecked institutions, that with without
out without either dishonesty or gross mis mismanagement,
management, mismanagement, it would have been im impossible
possible impossible to wreck it.
It isn't necessary nor proper for
newspapers to try cases, and with
the exception of some ill-balanced
sheets of small influence, the Star

nasn t noticed any doing so. Hut as
soon as a corrupt business man or
politician, or a criminal, sees any
reference to his evil actions in print,
he begins to yell that the newspa newspapers
pers newspapers are trying his case.
It is not only the right but the duty
of a newspaper to "print all it knows
about public affairs, good or evil.
Covering up crimes and misfortune
(when it affects the public) is like
covering up any other filth. It breaks

'out somewhere else with great detri

ment to the public health.

The Star has already a number of
correspondents, but it wants more. It
wants a correspondent at ev-ry post post-office
office post-office in Marion county, and at each of
those in adjoining counties that lar larder
der larder on the Marion line.
The Star wants all its correspon correspondents,
dents, correspondents, present and prospective to act
as agents and collectors for the pa paper,
per, paper, as well as newsgatherers. It is
willing to pay a liberal commission
for each new subscription secured as
well as on accounts collected on back
subscriptions.
This is a good opportunity for en enterprising
terprising enterprising people to make some extra
money as well as doing their commun communities
ities communities a service by bringing them out
in print. Two of our correspondents,
both young ladies, have added consid considerably
erably considerably to the Star's circulation in the
last two years by their enterprise in
obtaining new subscribers, and have

also made quite neat little sums for
themselves.
If you are interested in this offer,
write at once to the Star for particulars.

THOMAS NEWTON DAVIS

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Thursday afternoon and see the pictures Friday at the
Temple Theater.

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Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling!!
PHONE 296
Packing, Storing, Shipping of Freight, Furniture, Pianos and Safes.
Baggage Service the Best.
We Sell BEAVER BOARD Superior to Plaster or Ceiling in
Quality and Price INVESTIGATE.

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"A GOOD NAME," ETC.
The State believes that a closer
supervision of the Florida Life In Insurance
surance Insurance company should have been
exercised, but that is not a question

for discussion just now, for the full
facts will be given the public, but
we believe that Mr. Luning is now
doing everything within his power to
have every policyholder protected,
and if given cooperation it will be but
a short time, possibly a year, when

the patriotic Floridians can get to

gether and reorganize the company.
We believe that such men as J.
N. C. Stockton, A. P. Anthony and J.
J. Heard can reorganize this com company
pany company and keep in Florida an institu institution
tion institution that is needed. Mr. Stockton is
not a success as a candidate for of office,
fice, office, but throughout Florida men in
the cities and men in the country
have confidence in his business judg judgment
ment judgment and his straightforwardness.
With John. Stockton at the head of
an insurance company with asso associates
ciates associates like Mr. Anthony and Mr.
Heard, the people would have unlim unlimited
ited unlimited confidence in an institution which
they had in charge.
In the meantime the committee is
joing into the affairs of the company,
and if any criminal acts have been
committed the men responsible will
be prosecuted, and Mr. Luning is giv giving
ing giving his untiring services to the com

mittee. Jacksonville State.
This business reputation and per personal
sonal personal good name, which Mr. Stock Stockton
ton Stockton has earned for himself, is better
than any office to which he could be
elected.
EASY TO LEAD ASTRAY
In the various comments which
have been made on the Mann act or
"white slave law" since the Menden-

hall tragedy, the fact has been over overlooked
looked overlooked that the United States Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court recently handed down a

decision calculated to deter, to a cer certain
tain certain extent, unprincipled females who
wish to use the law as a means of
extorting blackmail. The Supreme
Court held, in this decision, that
women of bad character who v invoke
the act for the purpose of obtaining
money, may be held equally liable to
prosecution under its provisions. In
other words, if a woman, having been
transported for immoral purposes,
causes the arrest of the man in the
case and it can be established that
she first demanded money to aban abandon
don abandon the prosecution, she can be con convicted
victed convicted of the same offense as the man
and given the same punishment.
Perhaps, if Mr. Mendenhall had
been advised of this decision of the
Supreme Court, he could have saved
himself much annoyance and" avoided
the awful tragedy which, if he was
responsible for it, was brought about
directly by the employment of the
Mann act as a means of extorting
money. Tampa Tribune.
No decision of the Supreme Court
could excuse Mendenhall for desert deserting
ing deserting the girl if he either led her as astray
tray astray or went astray with her. It is
almost impossible for a woman to en entangle
tangle entangle a man unless the man is will willing
ing willing to be entangled. The wall a good
man can set around himself against
bad women is almost impregnable.
The trouble is that as soon as the
average man sees a good-looking
woms.i anywhere near his wall of
virtue, he opens a gate and stands
near it, hoping she will enter. As a
general thing, he whistles a few times
to attract her attention to the gate.

Summerfield Chronicle: Early last
Saturday morning, July 10, one of our
oldest citizens, Mr. T. N. Davis, pass

ed out of this life, after a painfiii

illness of six weeks, aged nearly 77
years, and was buried that afternoon
beside his wife and children in the
Lucius graveyard, three miles north northwest
west northwest of town.
Mr. Davis was born in South Car Carolina,
olina, Carolina, Sept. 21, 18nS, and came to
Florida in 18CG. He was present at
Fort Sumter when the first gun of
the civil war was fired and served
under Lee from the beginning to the
end of the war, surrendering with
him at Appomattox courthouse. He
was only slightly wounded once. He
was married in 1807 to Miss Alice
Evans, who preceded him in death
eight years ago. The living children
of this union are Joseph W., Charles
P., James, Mrs. Mary Davis, Mrs.
Mattie Dillard and Miss Daisy Davis.

A stanch and noble soul, a brave
Confederate soldier a true southerner,
Mr. Thomas Newton Davis, has gone
to meet his maker. The Chronicle
will miss his almost daily visits.
Summerfield Chronicle.

According to the following from
the I5ron.-or Times-Democrat our
farmers of Northwest Marion will
have a f;rt clas chance to Pav

Taxe for the I-ord V when Bloxham
countv is organized:
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Montbrook, July 12. 191f.
Editor Times-Democrat: In the

WY-t (Ya.-t Courier of July luh Mr.'
H. C. Carter contributes an article :
headed, "Paying Taxes for the 1

Lords," in which he deliberately, or
perhaps ignorantly, misstates the
facts as they really are; or maybe I
mistake as to whom he is pleased to
refer as "lords" and 'Special inter interests."
ests." interests." By reference to the tax assess assessments
ments assessments of Ivy county I am con constrained
strained constrained to think that Mr. Carter is

in the ramp'nf the sjecially favored
interests. By reference to the assess assessment
ment assessment of Mr. B. F. Carter, father of
and provider for the distinguished
writer, H. G. Carter, you will find 58
acres of land (including improve improvements)
ments) improvements) assessed at $400, and per personal
sonal personal property at $80, and all of this
within the corporate limits of the
town of Williston.
Then we can take the assessment
of the benefactor of the poor, Hon. J.
N. Willis, and we find the following
assessed to him: 80 acres (.30 acres
improved) in sec 32-12-19 valued at
$V20; 17'i. acres in section 31-12-19
(this includes his palatial home and
all improvements) valued at $400;

and one acre in sec- 0-13-19 (this is
in corporate limits of Williston) val valued
ued valued at $10, and personal property
worth $80.
. It seems to me that the specially

favored are found right in Williston.
If you farmers are now paying on an
assessed valuation of from $4 to $10
per acre, from two to five miles from
the railroad, what will you pay when
these favored interests, the fathers of
Bloxham county, get in the saddle
and wield the whip over you?
Reference has been made, in
speeches and private conversations, to
certain people and business interests

and these set up as "tax dodgers,"

and these statements have caused me

to investigate the tax rolls and I find

that the "dodgers" are the people

who are leading the movement for

Bloxham county, and I want to ask

that every voter go to the tax books

(they are public reco.rds) and look

for himself and compare the values

of the Bloxham leaders with those of
the people they are pleased to refer

to as tax dodgers and favored inter
ests. J. V. Hale.

George Moore, one of the popular
proprietors of the Red Cross drug
store, leaves today for a much needed
vacation, a part of which he will
spend at the home of his parents in
Alexander City, Ala. Iakeland Star.

NEW FLORIDA COUNTIES

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

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

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MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANS.CO
Steamship Lines
Jacksonville
TO
Boston
New York
Baltimore
Washington
Philadelphia

New
service,

Steamers. Low Fares. Best
Wireless telegraph on all

steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
Address
II. C. AVERY, AGENT
Jacksonville, Fla.

The Servant
Question

ha3 no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE and a
WATER HEATER. The
cooking and cleaning on
Long Hot Days
are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM IIELI YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty g;: ranr will
make a Lig gui L.'l.
Ocala GasCompany
PHONE 61

Following are some figures which

snow me uinerence iietween tne as assessments
sessments assessments and the tax rates of the

new counties of Florida and the as

sessment and tax rate of Levy coun

ty, as set forth in a circular recent recently
ly recently issued by the opponents of county
division:
Ray, average value of land per
acre, $..()2; county tax levy, 20 mills.
Palm Reach, average value of land
per" acre, ?3.3.T; county tax levy, 32
mills.
St. Lucie, average value of land
per acre, $0.01; county tax levy, 21
mills.
Pinellas, average value of land per
acre, $17.03; county tax levy, 18
mills.
Old Levy, average value of land per
acre, $2.01; county tax levy, 01& mills.
The taxpayers should consider the
f.gures above carefully and prayer prayerfully
fully prayerfully before voting for a new county
on Fept. 14th.
Remember that some old counties
have high taxes and some old counties
have low taxes, but that all new
counties have high taxes and no new

counties have low taxes.
Fr.cts are stublom things. Rron Rron-son
son Rron-son Times-Democrat.

BASK ITT PICNIC AT RLITCIITON

There will be a basket picnic at
Rlitchton on Thursday, July 29th.
There will be speaking by leading

men of the county on the topic of

county division, and refreshments will
be sold, the proceeds to go toward
re-covering the Raptist church. Ev Ev-eryltotly
eryltotly Ev-eryltotly invited and bring well filled
baskets and enjoy a pleasant day.

COUNTY FINANCES

W.

L. Colbert. Tax Collector, in Ac

count with Marion County,
July 1st, 191.

County Proper Fund
To balance July 1st $ 2.1.rr,.00
Rv treasurer's receipts.... 720.00
To balance 1,436.00
Fine and Forfeiture Func

To balance July 1st
Ry treasurer's receipt ...
To balance
County School Fund
To balance July 1st
Rv treasurer's receipt....

To balance 4,787.31
Poll Taxes

To balance July 1st 1,205.00

I'y treasurer receipt .....
To balance
Road Fund
To balance July l?t
Ry treasurer's receipt

To balance 4.308.41

Ruilding Fund
To balance July 1st
Ry treaurers receipt ....
To balance
Special Indebtedness Fund

! To balance July 1st

Ry treasurers rerejpt ....
To balance
Sub-Schools
To balance July 1st
Ry treasurer's receipt
To balance
Sub-Road District 1
To balance July 1-t
Ry treasurer's receipt ....
To ba!a:.ce

Men's Wear Sale

MOW GOING OM
LET THE PRICES TALK

JUST A FEW
LITTLE THINGS

3c
7c

Men's 5c Handker-,
chiefs in this safe
Men's 10c Handker Handkerchiefs
chiefs Handkerchiefs in this sale

MEN'S STRAW
HATS

Men's 15c Collars Iflp
in this sale at. IUU

Men's 50c Belts in
this Sale

718.7.1
240.00
478.73
7,187.31

2,400.00

::2r,.oo

y.iO.00
r.,408.41

2,100.00

1,437.49
4k0.00
057.49
4.312. 10
1.4 40.00
2,872.40
15.4S2-23
4,453X8
11,023.55

1,31 G.75
29G
1,280.89

Total balance

. .?28,094.78

35c

Men's 25c Belts in 1Qp
this sale at U
Men's 50c Suspend OKp
ers in this sale OJu
Men's 25c Suspend-1 Qp
ers in this sale lou
Men's 15c Suspend-1 rip
ers at 1 UU

Men's 50c Night
Shirts for

We have reduced all of

our new siraw nais,

the $1.50 to
$3 grades to

Other Straw Hats Cfp
as low as vlUu

$1.00

39c
35c

50c Elastic Seam
Drawers at

Men's 2:piece Bath-1 Qp
ing Suits at ... Iww

Men's and Boy's QCp
Silk & Straw Hats" J U
All of our Mens Felt
Hats have been re reduced,
duced, reduced, some hats that
sold as low as QOri
$2 for only.-. 30b
$3.00 Grades can now
be bought for M QC
only pl.dJ

Every thing In this
Sale will he sold for
Cash. Nothing will
be charged to anyone.

MEWS HAND-TAILORED SUITS

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

$15 Suits, hand tailored, assorted materiaisCQ QC
stitched fronts nt 4w.wJ

$12.50 Suits, all wool, assorted styles and
materials at
We have a large stock of odds and ends in
this sale that will. go at from $3.95 to

MEN'S PANTS
One big lot of assorted materials and styles QOp
sold up to $3 at ...
Ever pair of pants'in the store reduced.

$11.95

$9,

$8.45
$6.95

NECKWEAR and
SUPPORTERS

25c
15c
37c
17c

One big lot Men's.
Ties at
One big lot Men's
25c Ties at
Better 50c ties to
goat ....
Paris or Boston
Supporters.:..

MEN'S
UNDERWEAR

MEN'
10c Grades
ed colors
15c Grades

ed colors
25c Grades
ed colors
50c Grades
ed colors

ssox
assort- "7p
at only 'w
aatso.rt: 10c

assort-

at
assort-at

18c

39c

MEN'S TOP
SHIRTS

37c

$1.50 Dress
shirts at

$1 Dress Shirts,
leading makes
75c Dress Shirts
assorted styles
50c Dress Shirts
assorted styles

The above includes all
styles softand laundered

$1.00

79c
45 c
39c

All 50c Athletic Under Underwear,
wear, Underwear, including B. V.

D. and other best

makes will go
at, per garment

Men's $1 Union "7r p
Suits at .. wb
50c grades Balbrig-07p
gan underwear 0b
25c grades, Men's IQp
Underwear at.wU
Special lot Men's2-piece
Bathing Suits to IQp
go at ww
WORK SKIRTS
and OVERALLS

Heavy 50c Work
Shirts at.
Light Blue Cham Cham-bray
bray Cham-bray work shirts
$1 Overalls, Head Headlight,
light, Headlight, and others
75c Overalls, as assorted
sorted assorted makes
50c Overalls, only
a few left

REMEMBER
Nothing at all will be
charged to any one at
this sale. All goods will
be sold for cash.

39c
29c
82c
62c
39c

MEN'S PALM BEACH SUITS
We have only been telling he GENUINE I'ALM BEACH cloth
Suits all thia season. Our prices have been $6J0, $7 and $7w0
You can now have your choice of various styles and materials at

ALTERATIONS MADE FREE

F R A N K 9 S

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L. A LEX AN II FR

PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND IiUILDEU
Careful Estimates maJe on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for he Money than Any Other
Contractor in the citv.

Advertise in the Star.

VEGDIABLES. 31 ILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Oj en ni -rr.t
and day. Merchant's Cafe. if

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PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS i
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone lOf)
CAPITAL anil SURPLUS
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Thought for tht Day I substituted for absent members. The;
Life iMt't taking in only. it's Kiv-! last half hour of the pleasant after-'

ing out, too. Ami it's n.t giving out

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PROGRAM

OUT OF THE RUINS Edison. three-drama, featuring .Mabel Trun Trun-nelle
nelle Trun-nelle and Gladys Hulette.
HE COULDN'T EXPLAIN or CLOTHES COUNT Lubin Comedy.
i'ATHE NEWS NO. 19.
ADMISSION: From 3:3 Olo 10:30, FIVE AND TEN CENTS

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The Baseball Team
Is Going to Clearwater
but that is no reason you should
not drink the greatest of all
REFRESHING DRINKS

in dottles 5 Cents A T fountains
There is Nothing Else Quite so Good.
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works

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Nature and science combine to make it so.. Every precaution is taken to
protect it from contamination while it goe3 through the processes which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and sa'isfactory service go with this good ice of urs. Let u
have your custom- we deserve it.
Ocala Ice & Packing Co,

WE TREAT YOUR LAUNDRY WHITE

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

NEW YORK AND RETURN

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Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOL ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st.
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule and further particulars.

H. G.WENZEL,

FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT

Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

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COMMITTEE
B. J. MITCHELL. C. II. DAVIS. E. JACOBS.
A. D. FRANKLIN. II. M. WILLIAMS. G. W. MITCHELL.

only work or deeds or things we ve
made. It's giving nurseKt-s out, too
freely, freely 1 other people.
(jiving ourselves in comradeship, in
understanding, in joy, in love. An-
' thony Hope.
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! Prof, and Mrs. J. H. Workman of
I Miami, formerly of this city, are an an-i
i an-i ticipating a trip west. They expect
! to leave for there next month, and
: will visit both expo.-itions. and other
i places of interest, before returning,
j which will be time for the former to

tike up his duties as principal of the
Miami schools.
Little Miss Flora McKay of Mont Mont-brook,
brook, Mont-brook, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Eli
A. Osborn for a few days.
Mr. W. K. Zewadski Jr. and Mr.
Guy B. Zewadski of Tampa, are
guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wi K. Zewadski Sr. They will re return
turn return home Monday or Tuesday ac accompanied
companied accompanied by the former's wife and
son, who have been enjoying a visit
for several weeks at the Zewadski
home. The trip will be made thru
the country in the car of Mr. Zewad Zewadski
ski Zewadski Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goddard and
infant daughter left today for Dade
City, where they will be the guests
of Mrs. Goddard's mother, Mrs. F.
Brummer. Mr. Goddard will return
tomorrow but Mrs. Goddard and baby
will remain for several weeks.
Mrs. E. F. Newport of Eastlake
and her sister, Mrs. Walton and a
friend, Miss Annie Jennings of Miami,
were in town yesterday. Mrs. Wal Walton
ton Walton and Miss Jennings are guests of
Mrs. Newport.
Mrs. Robert Flynn went to East East-lake
lake East-lake today to spend the week-end
with Mrs. Newport.
Misses Eugenia Fuller and Alice
Bullock will go to Lake Weir Monday
to remain until Friday the guests of
Miss Bettie Mclver.
Mrs. A. N. Goodwin of Orlando will
arrive Tuesday from Greensboro, N.
C, to spend a few days with Mrs. S.
T. Sistrunk and Miss Annie Atkinson.
Mrs. R. G. Todd concluded yester yesterday
day yesterday her six weeks' summer school
during which she coached pupils
from the grammar school department
who did not make their grades at
the final examinations.
The W. C. T, U. will hold a gold
medal contest at Weirsdale next Fri Friday
day Friday night.
Mrs. T. M. Moore will shortly close
her boarding house and she and Mr.
Moore and Miss Sue Moore will
move to the Hall residence on South
Fifth street, east, as soon as it Is
vacated by Mr. Duncan B. Cannon
and family, who expect to return
north in the near future.
Mr. B. D. Blackburn and two little
step-daughters. Misses Jessie Fay
and Jeanette Culverhouse, have join joined
ed joined Mrs. Blackburn and son at Mt.
Airy, N. C. Mr. Blackburn will be
away until the first and Mrs. Black Blackburn
burn Blackburn and children probably longer.
The many friends of Mrs. James
Wesley Stephens will be pleased to
learn that she is recovering from hr
recent slight operation at her hone
on Osceola street. Riverside. Florida
Metropolis.
Col. and Mrs. John Cobb of Talla

hassee, and daughter, Mrs. J. C. Bur Bur-well,
well, Bur-well, of Brooksville, are guests for
the week end of the former's nephew,

Dr. W. K. Lane and wife. They are
enroute to Brooksville from the capi capital
tal capital city.
Mr. Pete Mcintosh and family have
moved from the Sanders residence on
S. Orange street, into one of Mr.
C. V. Robert's houses on Lime St.
Miss Jewel Wicker, left for Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Tuesday, where she will join

Prof. Cates' party of tourists for the
Panama Exposition and other points
along the way Coleman notes in

limes-Union.

Miss Wicker is a frequent guest at
the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Walters, in this city.
Mrs. G. I. Singleton and little
daughter Louise, returned from Jack

sonville Friday evening. Mrs. Single-1

ton stopped over at that place on her
lfturn trip from San Francisco to
visit her sister, Mrs. Kelsey, for a
few days before returning to Inver Inverness.
ness. Inverness. Inverness Chronicle.

WOOD.
PHONE 503;
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
immediate Attention.
J. L. SMOAR
t hiiioak'a Wot bop.

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

GALVANIZED,
CORRUGATED,
and FLAT SHEETS
All Forms of Metal
Roofing
All sizes and Gauges. Prompt
delivery from the largest and most
complete stock in Florida.
FLORIDA METAL PRODUCTS
COMPANY
3650 Evergreen Ave Jacksonville.

Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
Supply Company

NEAR DEATH
BY SMOTHERING

i noon with Miss Dewey was spent i

1 reli.-hing a delicious lunch of salad,
' nut bread and ice tea. The prize for

the highest score was a dainty piece i

of lingerie.
Song Recital by Miss Downs
Music lovers of the city will be giv given
en given an opportunity Monday to attend
the greatest musical treat of the
year. At fc:30 o'clock that evening at
the Woman's Club Miss Cecile
Downs will give a song recital, as assisted
sisted assisted by Miss Irma Blake, a pianist
of note. Miss Downs will be accom accompanied
panied accompanied on the piano by Miss Ellen
Clarkson.
The program for the evening is as
follows:
1. (a) My Mother Bids Me Bind My
Hair Haydn
(b) Nymphs and Shepherds. Purcell
(c) Das Vielchen Mozart
(d) Die Lorelie Lizst
Miss Downs
2. (a)Sonata No. 17 in A. .Scarlatti
(b) La Fileuse Raff
(c) Hungarian Dance No. 7 Brahms
Miss Blake
3. (a) Wiegenlied Schubert
(b) Haiden Rosleiu Schubert
(c) Du bist die Ruh Schubert
(d) Der Nussbaum Schumann
(e) Widmung Schumann
Miss Downs
4. (a) Moments Musicale.Moscowcky
(b) Intermezzo Op. 118... Brahms
(c) Tarentella Op. 39. Leschetizslsy
Miss Blake
(a) Where My Caravan
Has Rested Lohr
(b) Mammy's Song Ware
(c) My Soul Bond
(d) Will o the Wisp Spross
(e) Hayfields and Butterflies
Del Riego
Miss Downs
Tickets on sale at Court Pharmacy,
also at the door Monday evening. Ad Admission,
mission, Admission, .r0 cents. No reserved seats.
Miss Margaret Taylor leaves Thurs Thursday
day Thursday for Jacksonville to join Miss Ma Marie
rie Marie Russell Stephens, of DeLand and

OCALA.
FLORIDA

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We solicit new business with a view
of making it mutually profitable.

together they will go to Jessup to
meet Miss Mary Louise Wilson, of
Valdosta, who will accompany them to
Chicago, joining there a party of
about 200 Delta Delta Delta's en
route to their convention at Asilomar,
Cal. Miss Stephens goes as a repre- j
sentative of the alumni of the Stet- (
son chapter of the national organiza-!
tion and Miss Wilson will be the rep- j
resentative of the active chapter of j

Stetson. Miss Taylor who is not af affiliated
filiated affiliated with the sorority, will not

spend convention week with the Del-!

tas, but divide her time sight seeing in
San Francisco and vicinity, joining the
party later for its stay at the Panama-American
Exposition. The trip
will be made from Chicago to San

Francisco in a special train. The
party will go via boat from the latter j
city to Portland, take a trip up the j
Columbia river, and return home j
through the Canadian Rockies, visit- j
ing all points of interest en route
both going and returning. The many
friends of Miss Taylor are delighted
that she is to have the wonderful trip;
and join in wishing her a journey of j
pleasure, void of any mishaps. j

Big Millinery

SALE

NOW GOEMG ON
Everything to go at slaughtered prices.
. PANAMAS SI. OO
Hemps, Milans. Novelty Braids, etc. Excellent
values at unheard of prices. Trimmed Hats Sacra Sacra-ficed
ficed Sacra-ficed for cash. This sale will continue for Ten Days
ending JULY 21st.
Affleck's nillinery

Parlor

Upstairs
Helvenston's

Ocala
Florida

Miss Martha Blakeney, who has!
been quite ill fbr the past week at j
the home of her aunt, Mrs. J. M. 1

Gross, is much better today.
Mrs. Theo Perry is enjoying a visit
to her daughter, Mrs. Eugene Deveire
in Lake City.

But Haitana, With Aid of Ordui,
Effects Her Deliverance.

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Messrs. Bernard Koonce and

Draper, N C. Mrs. Helen Dalton, ol
thi? place, says: "1 suffered for years,
wurt pains in my leftside, and would
often almost smother to death.
Medicines patched me up for awhile
but then 1 would get worse again. Final Finally,
ly, Finally, my husband decided he wanted me to
try Cardui, the woman's tonic, so he
bought me a bottle and I began using it.
It did me more good than all the medi medicines
cines medicines 1 had taken.

I hive induced many of my friends to
trv r.Trrfni. and thev all sav they have

been benefited by its use. There never

La-1 has been, and never will be, a medicine

Mrs. Etta Robinson has gone to

Archer for a visit of ten days to her!

father, Mr. Hood.
Miss Collie Clark expects to leave

in the near future for a series of j
visits to relatives in Quitman, Ga., j
Troy and Montgomery, Ala. j
i
Miss Beatrice Williams, who was ;
recently operated on at the hospital I
for appendicitis, had to undergo yes- j
terday afternoon a second operation, j
In her critical illness Miss Williams
has the best wishes of her friends for
an early recovery. ;
Miss Ellen Stripling left today for j
Worthington Springs, where she will j

be the guest ol Miss Ethel Lamb for
a fortnight.

Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Bridges and
son, Mr. Leroy Bridges will leave J
August Cth for Dula Springs, N. C
Mr. Bridges will be away a month and
Mrs. Bridges and son until fall, visit visiting
ing visiting relatives in South Carolina en
route home.
I
Starting tomorrow, Mr. Willis Mc- i
Cormick of DeLand will be host on a!
week's trip on the St. Johns and Ok-!
lawaha rivers. The party will in-!
elude Misses Nell and Mattie Morris,!
Al ice Steed, Helen Walters, Messrs. I
Will Keown and John Kruse, DeLand,:
Miss Verna Monroe of White Springs,;
and Mr. W. A. McBride and family.'
Mr. McCormick has a number of
young friends in Ocala who hope that
he and his party will spend a day or,

two at Silver Springs.

Phone Orders
Taken Here

We take orders by telephone.
This is done to save you time
and trouble.
Kow, you naturally wouldn't
order by phone if you didn't
get good cuts and fair weight
When we invite jrou to order
by wire we therefore intend to
give you first class, prompt
service.

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

MEDAL CONTESTS

'he Coinimercia! Bank

OCALA, FLORIDA.

There will be a silver medal con-;

test in Ocala on Monday night July ;

19th, at 8 o'clock. There will be con- j

testants from Kendrick, Griner Farm,!

Oak and Ocala. This promises to le :
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a good crowd. j

Also there will be a silver medal j

contest at Griner Farm school house i y
on Thursday niirht July 22. at 8!2

o'clock, by a class of young girls.

A gold medal contest wil be held at

Weirsdale on the night of July 23rd J i

at 8 o'clock. This will be given by i X

attendance 'f

CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
Stale. County and City Depository.

district talent. A good

and interest is hoped for.

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Put your AD. in the STAR,

Grange Sistrunk, after a stay of sev several
eral several weeks at camp "We-chews-it" at
Lake Weir, returned home this morn morning.
ing. morning. ...
Miss Hester Dewey had as her
guests for the afternoon two tables of
auction players, composed of six mem

bers of the young ladies' auction club,!

in which the hostess in one of the!

to compare with Cardui. 1 believe it is

l good medicine for all womanly trou troubles."
bles." troubles." Tor over 50 years, Cardui has been re relieving
lieving relieving woman's sufferings and building
-ak women up to health and strength.
If you are a woman, give it a fair trial,
should surely help you, as it has a
nlhon others.
Get a bottle of Cardui to-day.
U'riit t- ChfttEr.ooa Me-i cine Co, Ladies'

A3r,sory IeU Ciiaiianooea. Ter.n.. tor Stcii

Thi is our
HOFFMAN PRESS
Manufactured for the pressing of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
it can not wear cr tear. Call and sea
it tl'j the woik.
Ocala Steam Laundry
I'hone 101 402-401 South Main SL

ust, being the 7th day of the month.,

Arrangements will be made to f eed j
everybody on good old Florida bar-1
becued beef. Cold drinks and icej
cream will be on hand all day. Every
effort possible will be made for social',
entertainment. Everybody invited to
come and bring their friends. We will
do'all we can to make the day pleas-'
ant and profitable for you. j
Signed: F. M. Hammonds. R. M. f
Driggers, I. P. Rainey, R. P. Row-man,;
L. R. Lee, J. Ii. Baldron, S. C. Car- ;
uthers, committee in charge.

ANNUAL BARBECUE AT OXFORD;
The annual barbecue at Oxford will y

be held on the first Saturdav in Aurr-i -S

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THE JOHN DOZIER CO. j
We are installing machinery for thei

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 furnih
I any formula that the consumer may

desire. Notice will be given

very best plavers, and Mrs. Herbert 'r.(.ion ycur case and 64 pe book. "Horre these foods are put on sale. P
Lattner and Miss Gertie Peyser, who' T'Mrii9t Wom' 'p-r c RONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. 7-1

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



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OCALA EVENING STAR SATURDAY. JULY 17, 1913
KNOCKERS AND BOOSTERS
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW ;

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OCALA OCCURENCES

handed in by

The following was

I Maior Izlar:

j This is Adjutant General Dickson's
j idea of how the "knocker" and the t

,:;:K:ttt2i &-KKf::::-:- j b oo s t e r came into existence: i

had made all

See Luckie, at Davies place, if

your automobile needs attention. 15 tf j

Mr. Paul Theus went to Daytona
this afternoon on business for the
firm of Theus Brothers.

Have you tried those deliciou3 Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
Gerig's. tf.

Mr. J. Emory Close of the Florida!
Title & Abstract Co., has gone to As-j
tatula to do a week or ten days work.

Gee! Whiz! Tis too hot to go home J
from church and cook dinner! WTiy j
not go right to the Empire Cafe? j
Chicken dinner tomorrow. d It i

If your motor is not giving you good j
service see Luckie, at Davies' garage, j
Hell fix it for you in record time at;
reasonable rates. 13-3t I

Mr. Alfred Green returned home
today from Virginia where he has
been with his grandmother and at attending
tending attending school at Lexington.

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Av GrEACT BAN

TOWH S HEALTH HHT-

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Methodist
(Rev. J. M. Gross, Pastor)
I:30 a. m. Sunday School.
11a. m. Preaching.
'' p. m. Junior League.
4 p. m. Senior League.
7:4."i p. m. Preaching.

All cordially invited

Strangers

ol.

i "WTien the creator

the good things, there was still some j
I dirty work to do, so he came to the j

oeasts arm repwe ... a, s weJcome.
1 sects, and when he had finished he j

j had some scraps that were too bad to ;
S put into the rattlesnake, the hyena,

the scorpion and the skunk so he put
these together, covered it with
suspicion, wrapped it with jealousy,!
marked it with a yellow streak, and-j
called it a knocker.
"This product was so fearful toj
contemplate that he had to make ;
something to counteract it, so he took

a sunbeam and put in it the heart of T- .
I,, .i I you want to purchase a new au-
a child, the brain of a man, wrapped I . .
, .. ... tomobile on easy payment, get the

inese in civic pnue, "", information by addressing i!ox 1G4,
brotherly love, gave it a mask of vel- Fa C-lM?t
vet and a grasp of steel, and called it;

a booster; made him a lover of fields

and flowers and manly sports, a be- UT run lL r,t "ce

in Miialitv anil instirP. ami: uieurameroi icro i nrui a very

ever since these two were

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Baptist

.:-'j a. m. unciav penoo

11a. m. Preaching.
Topic, "The Straightened Life."
7 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
7:45 p. m. Evening service.
You are welcome.
NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT

Don't fail to ask us about our speci special
al special price on stationery. The Court
Pharmacy. 6t.

Secretary J. D. Rooney and family
will go to Woodmar Monday where
they will have Comodore Goodwin's
bungalow "The Oaks" for a month.
Mr. Rooney will only spend his Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's and a few nights at the lake.
Luckie, at Davies, burns the carbon
out of your cylinders while you wait.
See him. 13-3t

T. II. Keating, of Daytona Beach,
was stricken with paralysis last Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Word received in Palatka yes yesterday
terday yesterday was to the effect that Mr.
Keating's condition was critical. Pa Palatka
latka Palatka News.

W. V. Wheeler, the competent cash cashier
ier cashier of the Bank of Williston, in order
to appease the intense yearnings of
his heart, visited Tallahassee Sun Sunday
day Sunday and repoi?ts a delightful visit
Williston Courier.

WEATHER REPORT
This report 13 made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min R. F.
July 1 88 72 .24
July 2 88 70 .12
July 3 9P 70 .02
July 4 95 72 .24
July 5 90 73 .41
July 5 90 72 .41
July 7 94 73 1.23

July 8 93
July 9 7. 83
July 10 92
July 11 89

July 12 87

July 13
July 14
July 15
July 1G

92
93
93
..94

Local Forecast

Fair tonight and Sunday, not much
change in temperature.

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74
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Loans Discounts. Collections, Exchange. Letters of Credit, Interest on
Deposits, Advice on Business and Investment Matters these are some of the
features of our service.
You sh uld keep an active account with us, and enjoy the service of this
strong financial institution.

The Ocala National Ban!

MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK of ATLANTA, GA.

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EXCURSION TO CLE A R WATER

The Seaboard will operate an ex excursion
cursion excursion to Tampa, Clearwater and St.
Petersburg Monday at the rate of $2
for the round trip, tickets good for
three days. This will give some of
our people an opportunity to see the
opening game between Ocala and
Clearwater.

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

The O. K. Teapot has some as fine
tomatoes as we have seen in many a
day,, grown and brought in by a color colored
ed colored farmer by the name of Gary.. They
are not only fine fruit but are pack packed"
ed" packed" in an attractive manner.

. W. K. Lane, M. T., Tliyslclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, JEar, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.

Mr. William Dickson, of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Agency manager for the Equit Equitable
able Equitable Life Insurance Society, was in
town yesterday in conference with
the company's agent,. Mr. Albert
Gerig.

A collection of Bible pictures will
be exhibited at Yonge's hall three
nights next week, beginning Friday
night. There will be no charge for
seats. The entertainment will be giv given
en given under the auspices of the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Bible Students. The lectures
are delivered by a phonograph.

Everybody who went to the Temple
last night was much pleased with the
first number of the "Diamond from
the Sky." The wTork of preparing
this picture story was evidently car carried
ried carried out by people who are arists in
their profession, and the succeeding
numbers will be looked for with great
interest every Friday night. The
program this evening -includes "Out
of the Ruins, an Edison drama, a
smart Lubin comedy and the Pathe
News.

Mr. Paul W. Harrison, who spent
his boyhood days in Ocala, was
among the strangers in the city for a
few days this week, leaving this morn morning
ing morning for Jacksonville. He is now con connected
nected connected with the Department of Com Commerce
merce Commerce and Labor, in Washington, and
his duties call him to all sections of
the country. Paul's old time friend3
were glad to welcome him back to his
stamping grounds of former days, and
glad- to learn of his success since
leaving here many years ago. He is
now married and settled down in a
nice home in Washington.

a. m. to G p. m. without giving me any

relief and then told me they did not
expect me to live; that I had best tele telegraph
graph telegraph for my family. Instead of doing
so, I gave the hotel porter fifty cents
and told him to buy me a bottle tf
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, and take no sub substitute.
stitute. substitute. I took a double doe accord according
ing according to the directions and went to sleep
after the second dose. At five o'clock
the next morning I was called by my
order, and took a train for my next

stopping point, a well man but feel feeling
ing feeling rather shaky from the severity of
the attack," writes II. W. Ireland,
Louisville, Ky. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
For plumbhig and electrical work
see II. W. Tucker. Phone 300 M

WANTED

To contract for forty thousand
Gx8-8 hearts, 40 thousand 0x8-8 saps
L. L. Y. P., sound and square edged.
7-15-3t C. A. Noyes,
1832 Main St., Jacksonville.

Have you tried the "Delicious"
cakes now being turned out by the
Carter Bakery? They are named
right; and only 10 cents per pack package,
age, package, tf

Benefited by Chamberlain's Liniment

.Everybody in Ocala is glad to see
Dr. D. M. Smith home again. After
a couple of months stay in Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, the doctor, on his way home,
stopped for three weeks in the moun mountains
tains mountains of North Carolina, where the
cool air and pure water are always
tonics to tired business and profes professional
sional professional men. The doctor is looking
well and feeling better than he has
for some years.

"Field and Stream" has informed
Fisherman Will Gray that he has
landed another prize in the "Large
Mouth Bass, Southern Division, Class
A." Since winning this prize, Mr.

Gray has caught another and yet larg-

fish, and will probably draw another
prize for it.

The latest Columbia phonograph re records
cords records are now to be had at the Ocala
Loan and Pawn Office at greatly re reduced
duced reduced prices. Many entirely new songs,
dialogues, etc., just in. "Why Pay
More?" 9 6t

Messrs. Sanders and Copely of the
Florida Title & Abstract Co., who

have been at Inverness for several

weeks, has returned home and will go
to Lake county in a few days for the
company.

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

rie square Deo

ffcfe of our

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

PHONE 118,

OCALA, FLA.

"DELICIOUS" is the brand under
which the Carter Bakery is now put putting
ting putting out ten cent packages of cake in
five flavors. If you are not now us using
ing using them try some and avoid the hot
oven during this strenuous warm
weather. tf

Houses for rent on Daugherty
street, all modem conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to A. G. Gates at Gates Gar Garage.
age. Garage. 15-tf

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

On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollars
lars dollars worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

SEE HlK FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf jles, milk and eggs, tf

On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

You have mosquitos? We have the
chaser. Court Pharmacy. CL

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

PEDRO
Pedro, July 14. Altho we have
not been heard from in quite awhile,
nevertheless we are still progressing.
Quite a crowd, about thirty in
number, went to Lake Weir last
week fishing. They report a fine
time,bathing and fishing.
Mr. Alf Proctor was a business
visitor to Belleview Tuesday.
Miss Pearl Proctor, little sister and
brother, of Orlando, who have been
visiting their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Alf Proctor, went to Belleview
Tuesday to visit friends before they
return home.
Mrs. T. C. Connell and two sons left
for Anthony Sunday to visit her sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. John Priest.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Proctor spent
Sunday with Mrs. Proctor's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Person of Oxford.
We are sorry to learn of the illness
of Mr. Lovell. We hope to see him
well again soon.
Mrs. John Vanderbrock of Sanford
is visiting her sisters, the Misses
Snow.
Miss Esther Terry, Fred and
Blanche returned home Sunday from
a two weeks' visit to their grandpar grandparents.
ents. grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Waters of Ocala

and Mr. and Mrs. Crumpton
Sunday visitors here.

were

Take Note of the Small Thing.
Practice yourself, for heaven's sake.
In little things and then proceed to
greater. Epictetus

"Last winter I used Chamberlain's

Liniment for rheumatic pains, stiff

aess and soreness of the knees, and

can conscientiously say mat I never
used anything that did me so much

good." Edward Craft, Elba, N. Y
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.

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We have just received 250 pairs of
Ladings9 Heike SUkdxes

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

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A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
Shorts, Hay and Mr'asses feeds. G5tf

Beauty More Than Skin Deep

A beautiful woman always has good
digestion. If your digestion is faulty,
Chamberlain's Tablets will do. you
good. Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
AMBER SORGHUM SEED

For sale at $1.75 per bushel, choice,
fresh, Amber Sorgum Seed for plant planting.
ing. planting. This year's crop. Call on or write
Knight & Strange, Dunnellon, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 14-Ct

Diarrhoea Quickly Cured

"About two years ago I had a se severe
vere severe attack of diarrhoea which lasted
for over a week," writes W. C. Jones
Buford, N. D. "I became so weak that
I could not stand upright. A druggist
recommended Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The
first dose relieved me and within two
days I was as well as ever." Obtain Obtainable
able Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
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 ?o per week at
826 Central avenue, St. Petersburg,
Fla. Mrs. L. P. Butler. 25-tf

AUTOMOBILES ON CREDIT

Do you want to get the latest
model, most popular medium priced
automobile on easy payments? If so
address Box 1G4, Ocala, Fla. 1-m.
Another fresh shipment of Ti:ola
sweets just in at Gerig's. tf.

Among the C5 cent phonograph
disc records we are selling for 09
cents is "Cohen on the Telephone."
Ocala Pawn and Loan Office, B. Gold Goldman,
man, Goldman, proprietor. "Wrhy Pay More?"

Case After Case

Twas Ever Thus.
"All men are alike. They're deceits
ful and selfish. "How do you know?
A married friend of mine told me so
and warned me against all of them."
"But you're going to marry Fred. "Of
course 1 am. He's different." De Detroit
troit Detroit Free Press.

Plenty More Like This in Ocala
Scores of Ocala people can tell you
about Doan's Kidney Pills." Many a
happy citizen makes a public state statement
ment statement of his experience. Here is a
case of it. What better proof of
merit can be had than such endorse endorsement?
ment? endorsement? L. B. McKenzie, assistant superin superintendent
tendent superintendent electric light plant, f.07 Tus Tus-cawilla
cawilla Tus-cawilla St., Ocala, says: "I have used
Doan's Kidney IMIIs OiT an l on for
the past three years and they hae
never faileJ to relieve me when my
kidneys have been d;orlerJ. bring bringing
ing bringing on attacks of backache. I have
frequently told my frien Is a!out
Doan's Kidney Pills."
Price "0c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. McKenzie had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 8

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Every pair guaranteed satisfactory or your money
back without a question.

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B. GOLEDMARJ, IProp.
The Man who put the "GAIN" in Bargain for Customers

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PEA SEED FOR SALE

I have for sale 100 bushels of
choice seed Clay and W'hipporwill
Peas. Will ship to order or deliver at
my farm, four miles from Ocala on
Anthony road (Boiler farm.) Meade
Oliver, P. O. Ocala. 9-fri-tues 4t

Norris famous candies never failed
to satisfy. To le had only at the
Court Pharmacy. Ct.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS

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

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urday morning: either on Oklawahal
avenue or down town. Reward offer-j
ed by Bunyan Stephens. 17-Ct ;

Tickets sold for all regular trains, jrood to return to and including
JULY 22nd, 1915.
Leave Ocala

1:50 A. M. 1:17 P. 31.
(4:30 train only for Tampa.)
G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A. JOHN BOISSEAU, C.
Jacksonville, Fla.

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T. A-.
Ocala, Fla.

Took Too Long to Reach It.
T wouldn't mind my wife's having
the last word said Mr. Henpeck, "If
4he would only hurry up end set tC
hi" Urpincotfs.

PURE JERSEY COW FOR SALE.
I have one fine, pure Jersey cow for
sale; fresh with second calf; trives
3 1-2 gallons of milk per day. W. D.
Carn, Ocala, Fla. 15-Ct
FOUND A pair of chauffeur's goggle-.
Finder may have same by call

ing at this office and paying reward j

and expenses. 8-t
FOR RENT Five-room cottage with
modern conveniences, gas, electricity,
baths, etc. Apply to Mrs. Jake Brown,
North Tucawil'a street, or phone
1C2. 2G-tf

FOR RENT Veil located and nlcelj
furnished room' in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
knial. 7-tf
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ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with boa id at pecial sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton Hcue. 19-lmo.

WANTED A party of four to pro prorate
rate prorate an automobile trip expense to
Miami and return. See Jos. W.
Dodge. 7-lC-3t

CHEAP EXCURSEON
VIA

OUTMEEN RAELWAY

Premier Carrier of the South
TUESD4Y, JULY 27, 1915
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM
JACKSONVILLE
TO
Al LANTA $6.00 PwTACON $4.00
COLUMBIA $5.50
Tickets limited to reach Jacksonville, returning not later than mid midnight
night midnight August 2nd, and are good on any regular train within limit.
Excursion train will leave Jacksonville for Macon and Atlanta 9:33
a. m. and for Columbia 9;4(l a. m-, JULY 27th.
Through coaches and pullman service. Special trains.
City Ticket Office Cor. Forsythe andllozan Sts, Jacksonrille, Fix
Phone Nos. BELL 743 and 4041 AUTOMATIC M 1713
F. K. PINSON, T. P. A. G. R. PETTIT. D. P. A,
Tampa. Florida. Jacksonville, Florida.

To Vfp Stcp;r From Sticking.
A fry little glycerin smeared
around the glass stoppers of bottles
will keep them from sticking for a
Ions time.

Advertise in the Star.

And Seen Nothing Better.
"Say, did you e7er kcon- a -cmaa
to buy v.hat sit wanted at t!.e f rst
Jtore the came to?" "Ye. Jlv v, 5 f
frequently does that la, she returr.3
to it after the's been to all the other

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