Oil WHAT WILL PROBABLY
Washington, July 19. President
Wilson returned to Washington from
Cornish, N. IL, this morning, and
went to the White House at once and
began a conference with Secretary
Lansing and other officials, prepara preparatory
tory preparatory to tomorrow's cabinet meeting,
which takes up the American reply to
the German note on submarine war warfare.
fare. warfare. The president discussed with
Secretary Lansing the formulation of
a policy the tentative draft of which
has been prepared and will be sub submitted
mitted submitted to the cabinet tomorrow. The
revised draft will probably be cabled
to Berlin before the week end.
Official advices are being awaited
today as to the circumstances of the
German submarine attack on. the
British steamer Orduna.
GONE FOR GLORY
AND SURE OF AT LEAST A
WEEK'S FUN, THE OC ALA
BALL TEAM IS IN
Big Chief Hunter and his braves
left yesterday afternoon for. Clear Clearwater,
water, Clearwater, where they are hoping to win
glory and sure to have lots of fun.
Mr. Sage of the Western Union
says if the fans will come across with
the very small amount of coin neces necessary,
sary, necessary, he will take the games by in innings.
nings. innings. As it will only cost about a
dollar, Ocala ought to have enough
baseball patriotism to obtain this
very interesting news.
Following are the members of the
team who accompanied the manager:
Raymond Bullock, Clarence Din Din-kins,
kins, Din-kins, Julius Brown, Norton Davis,
Olaf Zewadski, Welsh Dewey, Frank
Harris, Pat Anderson, Landis Blitch,
Charles Chazal, Loonis Blitch.
STRIKE MAY BE SETTLED
Each Side Anxious to Find a Way
London, July 19. As a result of a
communication sent after the cabinet
meeting to the executive committee
of South Wales miners, at Cardiff, the
committee immediately started for
London. They will confer with Wal Walter
ter Walter Runcian, president of the Board
of Trade. The proposals may lead
to a settlement of the strike. Both
sides are anxious to save their faces.
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. McGehee,
J. B. Dean,
W. H. Markham,
J. D. Wiggins,
L. II. Hiers,
T. F. Morgan,
J. L. Starling,
General Picnic Committee.
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.
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BE THE FINAL HOLE Oil THE
MEET THE III
PERSONAL INFLUENCE OF DA DAVID
VID DAVID LLOYD GEORGE MAY
END THE STRIKE
London, July 19. Davis Lloyd
George, minister of munitions, has
taken in hand the Wales coal strike.
He goes to Cardiff to talk to the men
tonight. He is very popular with the
miners. It is thought that an appeal
from him will have great effect. The
conference between Runciman and the
miners has been called off.
FOUND A LINK IN
A MURDER CHAIN
Chicago, July 19. As a result of
the confession of Cazimer Areizewaki,
at Buffalo, to the murder of four per persons
sons persons at Blue Island, Ills., in 1914, the
police in a number of cities are look looking
ing looking up late records of mysterious
murders. The possibility is that one
man committed all the murders, num numbering
bering numbering thirty-one, stretching from
Colorado Springs to Boston.
WEST FLORIDA MURDERERS
WERE FOUND GUILTY
Pensacola, July 19. James Percy
and Brady Roberts, late Saturday
night, were found guilty of the mur murder
der murder of Mrs. Weyman. The jury was
out thirty minutes.
GOLD MEDAL CONTEST
A gold medal contest will be held
at the Methodist church, of Oxford,
Wednesday, July 28th, at 7:30 p. m.
Everybody is invited.
Mrs. T. M. Nichols, Mgr.
Married at the Methodist parsonage
4:30 p. m., by Dr. Gross, Mr. Nathan
V. Webb, of Little River, near Miami,
and Miss Laura Parker, of Kendrick.
Quite a number of friends and rela relatives
tives relatives were present.
NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT
If you want to purchase a new au automobile
tomobile automobile on easy payments, get the
information by addressing Box 1G4,
Ocala, Fla. 6-19-12t
AMBER SORGnUM 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. 14-6t
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,
Fla. Mrs. L. P. Butler. 25-tf
To contract for forty thousand
6x8-8 hearts, 40 thousand 6x8-8 saps
L. L. Y. P., sound and square edged.
7-15-3t C. A. Noyes,
1832 Main St., Jacksonville.
You have mosquitos? We have the
chaser. Court Pharmacy. 6t.
Norris ifafnous candies never failed
to satisfy. To be had only at the
Court Pharmacy. 6t
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION
Pursued by Mob Hatred to his
DESPERATELY YdDED BY A FELLOW
ALMOST SURE TO DIE
Milledgeville, July 19. Physicians j
at 8 o'clock this morning said the
condition of Leo Frank was much
worse. His throat was badly swollen
and his temperature 102 2-5.
BLOOD POISONING THE PRIN PRINCIPAL
CIPAL PRINCIPAL DANGER
Frank's family physician, who re
turned to Atlanta last night, think
ing Frank's condition warranted it,
was summoned back today with an another
other another doctor. Frank was nervous
early today and his temperature rose
continuously. He was delirious at
times and his temperature, which was
highest shortly before 8 o'clock, be began
gan began to drop, then at 9 o'clock was
Dr. Compton, the prison physician,
wasn't so alarmed as the other at
tending physicians. He said fever
was to be expected and the swollen
neck itself was not a necessarily ex
ceedingly dangerous sign. Blood
poisoning is most feared.
THE ATTACK ON FRANK
Frank was attacked in the state
prison Saturday night by a fellow
prisoner. His head was cut half off
with a prison-made butcher knife that
convicts had used during the day in
The attack was made from behind,
the left jugular vein being several.
The spinal cord was not touched and
neither was the windpipe. The
wound, however, is a deep, ugly one,
and Frank had suffered the loss of a
great amount of blood before doctors
reached his side.
William Creen, who is doing a life
term from Columbus, Ga., on a charge
of murder, is accused by the prison
authorities of cutting Frank's throat.
Green has been put in a dungeon.
DOESN'T TALK LIKE A GUILTY
Frank has asked the prison doctors
again if they thought he would live.
"You have a' change to recover," he
Frank smiled. "Don't punish the
man who attacked me," he said. "I
have nothing to fear. There is noth
ing between me and God. I will be
able to prove to the world that I am
innocent of the crime of which they
accuse me if they give me a chance."
"Doctor," he said late yesterday af afternoon,
ternoon, afternoon, "I am going to live. I must
live. I must vindicate myself."
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. Lakeland Star.
SEE 1HK FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf les, milk and eggs, tf
Benefited by Chamberlain's Liniment
"Last winter I used Chamberlain's
Liniment for rheumatic pains, stiff stiff-mess
mess stiff-mess and soreness of the knees, and
can conscientiously say that I never
used anything that did me so much
good." Edward Craft, Elba, N. Y.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
PEA SEED FOR SALE
I have for sale 100 bushels of
choice seed Clay and Whipporwill
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
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.
For plumbiiig and electrical work
ee II. W. Tucker. Phone 300 i
ORGANIZED IN OCALA TO PRO PROTECT
TECT PROTECT THEIR MUTUAL
A number of the largest lumber
manufacturers and dealers in Central
Florida met in this city Friday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for the purpose of forming an
organization to take over, the finished
lumber of their mills and market
same on an equitable basis.
The company is now in process of
organization and will start out with a
paid in capital of $150,000. The
home office of the concern will be lo located
cated located in Ocala with branch offices in
Jacksonville and several points in the
eastern states where most of this
class of lumber is sold.
The marketing of this class of lum lumber
ber lumber for the past year has been any anything
thing anything but satisfactory to the manu manufacturers,
facturers, manufacturers, and the present plan is to
have all their product properly clas classified
sified classified and marketed in such a manner
as to protect the consumer as well as
the mill man.
Application for a charter has been
made and another meeting will be
held in the near future to determine
more in detail the definite plans upon
which the new company will operate.
OCKLM'AHA HIVED ITEMS
Live Time in Prospect July 24 When
the Josephine is Launched
Conner, July 17. The Dixie, Cap Captain
tain Captain Harrison, and the Steel, Ivy
Long, left this afternoon for Los
Kiss. The vessels, manned by Cap Captain
tain Captain Harrison, and these river boys,
Eric Mills, Jack Wellhoner, and Ivy
Long, passed this station bound down
stream at eight o'clock. They will
stop at the Durisoe station of Los
kiss and pick up a cross tie barge and
tow it up stream to the ball room
On Saturday, July 24th, the day set
for the great marine picnic and boat
launching (when the Josephine is to
be christened and launched), the hur hur-rican
rican hur-rican deck of this big barge will be in
commission as a ball room on which
the Virginia reel, waltzes and other
terpsichorean exercises will be danc danced.
ed. danced. A string band will furnish the
music. The barge will be rope banis banis-tered
tered banis-tered to avoid the chances of Ocala
ladies getting their eyes wet.
Big Loads on the Freight Boat
The G. A. Carmichael, Captain
Fred Priest, with freight direct from
Jacksonville to Ocala, via Silver
Springs, passed this, the signal sta station,
tion, station, today at 11 o'clock a. m. She
will arrive off Silver Gate- at 12:30
and the Carmichael terminals a mo moment
ment moment later, and then immediately
first mate, Carl Mason, unloads cargo
of mixed freight for Ocalans, which
stuff is consigned to these folks at
fifty per cent, less than the common
carrier rate. At the present only
two cargoes four and five carloads
are landed each week. Later this old
stream will be an awful loss to the
common carrier. A. A. G.
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.
"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
JULY 19, 1915
COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
1 1 EAS
IMMENSE FORCES OF GERMANS
ATTACK RUSSIAN LINE
FROM END TO END
( As.-aoiatol Press)
London, July 19. Attention is now
centered on the gigantic operations in
the east. Fighting is in full swing
on nearly every section of the Rus Russian
sian Russian line from the Baltic to the
Dncister. General von Buelow is
pushing the German advance towards
Riga, at the northern end. Move Movements
ments Movements of cavalry are on a scale ex exceeding
ceeding exceeding anything heretofore during
On Gen. von Buelow's right Gen.
von Echorn is being held up by the
fortress of Ossowetz. To the right
of him Gen. von Gallwitz is pressing
an attack on Narew. There is com comparative
parative comparative quiet on the Rawka and
Bzura lines, also southwest of War Warsaw.
saw. Warsaw. The southeast movement against
Lublin is in full swing.
The Russians must fight a defen defensive
sive defensive battle for Warsaw or abandon
all Foland. It is believed here the
latter move is likely.
WILL LIGHTEN PRESSURE IN
It is believed the Germans have lit little
tle little reserve to devote to the west.
This offers the Entente Allies a
chance to enhance their munitions
supply or attempt to recapture Lille.
Another view is the best aid to give
the Russians is to open the Darda Dardanelles.
nelles. Dardanelles. The Allies may combine both
Italy reports some progress in the
mountains east of Trentino.
OVER FORTY THOUSAND MEN
KILLED, WOUNDE AND
London, July 19. The allied losses
in the Dardanelles to date are 42,430
officers and men killed, wounded and
missing, Premier Asquith told the
House of Commons today. This in includes
cludes includes the army and navy.
SUNDAY AT THE
Good congregations were present at
both the morning and evening servi services.
ces. services. 230 in Sunday school. Good
Junior Epworth League at 3 p. m., and
Senior League at 4 p. m.
The Business Men's Bible class was
well attended. The young men's Bi Bible
ble Bible class visited the men's class dur during
ing during the lesson which was very inter interesting
esting interesting and helpful. Mr. M. M. Little
is a fine teacher and is doing a fine
work with our men. At the close of
the lesson a short programme was
rendered consisting of short talks by
Supt. Duval, Dr. Gross and Mrs. F.
R. Bridges. A quartette was render rendered
ed rendered by M. M. Little and other members
of the class. Men if you want some something
thing something interesting and helpful, go to
the Men's Bible class at the Metho Methodist
dist Methodist church on Sunday mornings.
Mr. Joseph C. Mathews one of Ma Marion's
rion's Marion's lest known citizens of the
Flemington section, is in the city to today
day today to attend the special meeting of
the board of county commissioners.
Mr. Mathews was for many years tax
assessor of Marion and says he knows
whereof he speaks when he says that
the people of the proposed Bloxham
county would vote down the proposi proposition
tion proposition if they knew what the formation
of it meant in the way of increased
AUTOMOBILES ON CREDIT
Do you want to get the latest
model, most popular medium priced
automobile on easy payments? If so
address 'Box 164, Ocala, Fla. 1-m.
Another fresh shipment of Triola
sweets just in at Gerig's. tf.
Among the Co cent phonograph
disc records we are selling for 39
cents is "Cohen on ths Telephone."
Ocala Pawn and Loan Office, B- Gold Goldman,
man, Goldman, proprietor. "Why Pay More?
A full Jine of loose leaf ledgers,
note books and memorandums al always
ways always on hand at Gerig's. tf
Forest of Corn on the Oklawaha
For the last three or four years,
the editor of the Star has been hear hearing
ing hearing of and desiring to see the Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha River Farm, but none of his
friends have been thoughtful enough
to take him in sight of those broad
and fertile acres.
The sin of omission was removed
yesterday, when Mr. D. S. Welch,
formerly a citizen of the world re renowned
nowned renowned Iowa corn belt, and desirous
of seeing something equal to it, took
Mr. L. W. Duval and the Star man in
his swift and staunch auto, to the fa famous
mous famous farm.
The party left Ocala about 1:30 p.
m., and in a little over an hour reach reached
ed reached the farm, which is on the little
Oklawaha river, about twenty miles
south of Ocala.
Everybody in this section has
heard of the Oklawaha Farm, re reclaimed
claimed reclaimed at immense expense from the
river swamp, and setting an example
that will in time be followed along
every river in Florida. The promot promoters
ers promoters selected a place where the river
was more than usually crooked, and
cut across a navigable canal six
miles in length. Into this they turn-'
ed the river, leaving comparatively
dry a space of many hundreds of
acres, which they cleared and put in
A visitor to the farms first finds
himself in a little town of neat cot cottages,
tages, cottages, with a commissary, a deep
well and water tank. This, tho in a
few hundred yards of bottom land
that was river swamp half a dozen
years ago, is on a high pine ridge,
dry and healthy as any part of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Leaving the auto in the settlement,
the party took shank's mare, and in a
few minutes came to the canal that
drains the farm. This is a wide, deep
ditch, cutting off several miles of in intricate
tricate intricate river navigation, and thereby
doing the whole Oklawaha valley a
service. There will be. plenty of
boats along it by and by. It is a good
canal, and if Bob Martin was big
enough he would carry it off some
dark night and put it. down between
Silver Springs and Ocala.
.Crossing the canal and passing
several flourishing fields of rice,
sorghum and other products, the
party took a road that led them into
the heart of the corn forest.
A forest it is, with the cornstalks
standing up like young trees. The
shortest are ten feet high, twelve are
common; some shoot up to twenty.
The stalks stand so close together
that there is no going thru them
without cutting a way. Two and
three ears to the stalk, and the ears
as -heavy and long as are seen any anywhere.
where. anywhere. As aforesaid, Mr. Welch 13 from
the Iow3 corn belt, but he says he
never saw anything like that Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha valley corn. Any person who
should get off one of the tracks cut
thru the field would be lost. He
couldn't see ten feet in any direction,
and his only chance to get out would
be to tie three or four stalks to together
gether together and climb up them. Four of
the stalks combined would hold an
ordinary sized man up.
The "Star man thought he saw
something like a hill ahead, ancT pro proposed
posed proposed going to it, but Mr. Duval
laughed and said it was only where
the corn was higher by a couple of
feet than it was right around the
The fertility of this soil will not
be exhausted for untold centuries.
For thousands of years the river
manufactured muck, till in some
places it is forty feetdeep. The two
indispensable things soil and irriga irrigation
tion irrigation are combined.
In every place where the ground
has been allowed to go uncultivated a
few weeks, the weeds have grown in
forests of their own. Some of these
weeds are twenty and thirty feet
high. With much hard work, Mr.
Welch, using a big, sharp pocketkiiife,
cut one down and took, a piece off the
butt. It was hollow, or he couldn't
have cut it down with anything less
than an ax. The piece he took off to
bring to town was almost a foot in
It is estimated that this field of 700
acres will average 100 bushels to the
acre. A great deal of this will pro produce
duce produce 125. bushels. The very worst
will yield forty to fifty.
Rice planted a few days ago was
4 Lm3 LwZ3
coming up in profusion. Wild rice
and wild millet, uncultivated, was
growing rank. Almost everything
except wheat will grow on this great
In many places in Florida, this
same work can be repeated. In many
locations, companies can establish
farms, with soil of inexhaustible rich richness,
ness, richness, operated from offices with
homes nearby on high pine ridges a
mile or less away. Pure air and wa water
ter water are to be had in abundance.
When the party returned to the
settlement, it was a thirsty little
crowd. It repaired to the well,
where there was an abundance of the
best water, clear and cool. The fact
is that the farm settlement is an ideal
Returning, .the party came over
the Lake Bryant road to Sharpe's
Ferry. A number of pretty and
flourishing homes, surrounded by
fields and groves, were passed. The
public road was a fairly good one,
but going thru the flat wood 3 from
the Daytona road to Lake- Bryant
caused Mr. Welch to show a good
deal of skill in guiding the car. Once
on the public road, he made the auto
go at a lively clip, bringing the
party back to Ocala in an hour and
ten minutes after leaving the farm.
LOST ID W
AUSTRIAN SUBMARINE SUNK
THE CRUISER GUISEPPE
Berlin, July 19. An official com communication
munication communication received from Vienna, dat dated
ed dated last night, says an Austrian sub submarine
marine submarine yesterday torpedoed and sank
the Italian cruiser Guiseppe Gari Garibaldi,
baldi, Garibaldi, south of Ragusa.
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OCALA EVENING STAR MONDAY. JULY 19. 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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J. II. Benjamin, Editor
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families. These people, gTound down
by the intense competitive system,
overworked and underfed, and from
the nature of their surroundings,
greatly given to drink, are mentally
and physically unfit for soldiers. Ger Germany
many Germany has been criticised for training
her men up to be soldiers, which may
be a bad thing, but Great Britain
seems to be training hers down to be
industrial slaves, which is worse.
Thr etrikp amontr the Welsh coal
likely before that time comes this
country will become involved in a
much greater war.
THE CASE OF THAW
We believe a
THOMAS B. SNYDER
Word was received here this morn morning
ing morning by telegram to the Masonic
lodge, giving the news of the death
y?terday in. Portland, Oregon, of Mr.
Thoma- B. Snyder, who resided in
made when Thaw's attorney's entrr-1 Ocala for a good many years, leav
ed for him the plea of insanity. Welinir this city Tor the northwest about
are confident he would have been ac-lix years ago.
quitted if he had relied on the un- Mr. Snyder, when he came to Flor Flor-written
written Flor-written law. He did riprht in killinir j ida from Pennsylvania, settled at
- f tu:. nn. corrnr. wi. in in,i iht wnri.i would i UKanumDKa. a lew miles souxn oi
miners is a prooi ui cms ..... .jmiu-i ..t ...... j .
f;r,n The miners, on whose work train rather than lose if it recognised j I cesburg, where he invested consid-
ivuvw"" i M
depends the supply of coal needed for the right of the wronged man to
the British navy, are accuseu oi j sncot uown an suni men oiamwiu
reason ottered it-
FRAN IPC9 S
IS NOW GOING OM
LET TOE PRICES TALK
The conduct of convicts and should should-be
be should-be convicts has brought upon the
great state of Georgia a reproach
that the better element of its people
do not deserve.
rru rv.irva.;a tnt vprv sensibly was
says that as the allies are taking
four-fifths of our exports, ..that we
would be very foolish to lay an em embargo
bargo embargo on account of the one-fifth
that Germany and Austria can't take.
the Orduna incident from their con conduct
duct conduct in the Lusitania incident is that
in the former case they took better
aim than in the latter. The Orduna
(was an unarmed passenger ship with
j women and children on board; as she
!wn west bound the submarine did
not ever have the excuse that she
carried ammunition, and it is due
only to luck and good seamanship
that she did not share the fate of the
treason in striking at this time. The
fact is that the men see their em-
. ployers becoming vastly weattny on
the country's direct needs, ana de demand
mand demand a little of the spoils for them themselves.
selves. themselves. It is hardly possible to make
patriots out of wage slaves and slum
dwellers, which is a lesson America
needs to learn almost as badly as
When it comes to demolishing a
critic, Editor Benjamin of the Ocala
Star is one of the most effective in
the business. Tampa Tribune.
And the Tribune is one of the pap papers
ers papers that has the least need to fear
Bet those Ocala boys will decide
that they never saw so many pretty
-girls in one town as there are in
Clearwater. Clearwater Sun.
Certainly, certainly; that's -what
the Clearwater boys decided about the
The Ocala boys are a fine bunch of
fellows and our gang likes to play
with them. Leesburg Commercial.
The Leesburg boys are a good
looking and well behaved set of young
A Ocala hones to see them
The Ocala Star has installed
Miehle press, but there is no danger
of Benjamin's editorials becoming
mealy. That man can chunk a few
words together and make you think
out vour own sermon. Leesburg
Thanks, Friend Leach; you can
ram quite a lot in a capsule your
A gentleman from Williston in informs
forms informs us that W. M. Stafford of the
Courier says that Jasper Willis has
nothing to do with the "editorial
work on that paper. We are glad to
hear it; we had always believed that
Jasper Willis had considerable sense
and some principle, and the party who
s writing for the Courier shows a
great lack of both. Instead of trying
to debate the question of county divis
ion with the decency and fairness that
all public matters should be discuss
ed, he has entered on a policy of per
sonal abuse and wholesale misrep misrepresentation
resentation misrepresentation that is wearisome and dis
gusting. The Star has no quarre
with anv citizens of Northwest Mar
ion who desire to go into a new coun
ty. It desires to keep them all with
their old friends,-but if they vote to go
they will not receive any ill-natured
comments from this paper. If they
do go, however, they will go because
thev want to go, and not because the
Williston Courier tells them to go
They are all too far above its plane
to be affected by its utterances.
It looks like the only difference be
tween the conduct of the Germans in
The Ocala Star expresses regret
because the policemen in that city
are required to wear coats during the
summer. Reference is made by the
Star to a western town where the
cons" were allowed to go about in
their "shirt-sleeves" and the example
is recommended to the Ocala author
Th roat however, is rather
useful suppose it rains, can ne stay
under cover indefinitely? Times-
Union Short Talks.
We don't know about Jacksonville
but the average Ocala cop Knows
cnnncrb to come in when it rains.
White whenever a
self for doing so. This might have re resulted
sulted resulted in the killing of Harry Thaw
himself though we do not know that
he was as depraved as was the man
he killed. He may have been wild and
immoral without being a menace to
the public, but a man who carries his
immorality to such an extent as to be
a public danger can easily be spared
from the world. The unwritten law
is supposed to be part of the code of
the South onlv. If so it increases our
respect for the South is compared
with other sections. Times-Union.
The Star admires the Times-
Union's courage in coming right out
and saying that Thaw did right in
killing White. The average man on
the street will say the same thing.
but the Times-Union is one of the
few big papers that have unquali
fiedly agreed with the Star on this
Judge Willis of Bronson, Levy
Fla., spent Saturday night of
erable money and planted an orange
j-rove. Later he moved to Ocala and
had charge of the clothing depart
ment of the H. B. Masters Co.. leav
ing that company's employ to en-
ttge in the haberdashery business
for himself, establishing and conduct
ing for several years the business
that Mr. H. A. Waterman now has.
Mr. Snyder came from a fine old
Pennsylvania family and has a broth
er in Pittsburg, who is an iron miner
or manufacturer, reputed to be very
Mr. Snyder, though long absent
from Ocala, has a great many friends
remaining in the city who will be
pained to learn of his death.
f i- : o;ne lofinitplv and I county,
A1SO. Ill Utaia. iv laiiu j I ,.,,. -i i
' ... I i-o4- u-Aal- n Willicton. While here
not indefinitely. When it rains in ... nnv
Ocala or anywhere else, a policeman the judge "hook hands with many
who has to be exposed to it puts on a warm Personal friend, but U
, ;Vir .ftdf of dimCUlt IOr nim IU JUUft. liitrm .-nif,.w
rain coav, aa xu v,1Uw. :ii:r ,-;,-
r.-U.nv Cstmo of our in me ties. i'lu"
ntue use i i r un
.. ,. y, ctrppts 1 wen, mere is uius nurc i
nnlippmpn were out on tne feirtetsi ...
" tc imt with judge. Its the characteristic oi a
fiirLrrnned on heir shirts. Chinese joss or a natural born liar to
I.. ,,r w.m. nml dis- be able to look anybody straight in
I II L V vumiuiiuM.v l r.
. I 4 1 f TT.l nm rrn m'fll" COO St.TI.
charged their duties as well as usual.
vv e nojjc me mil j ui uiu
ittee will allow the
;nnftvntmn.tn become a custom. Dis- Grand Master Lathrop of the Grand
rw rlnpn't add to efficiency, and Lodge of Florida Odd Fellows has ap-
td Mr. W. C. Blanchard of
in a coat these hot days is very un
JUST A FEW
Men's 5c Handker Handkerchiefs
chiefs Handkerchiefs in this sale
Men's 10c Handker Handkerchiefs
chiefs Handkerchiefs in this sale
Men's 15c Collars Iflp
in this sale at
Men's 50c Belts in
Men's 25c Belts in
this sale at
Mr. C. II. Dame has received a tele
gram announcing the death in Athens,
Tenn., of Mr. Spencer Stone, which
occurred yesterjlay afternoon after a
long illness of cancer of the stomach
Mr. Stone was a brother of Mr,
Dame's first wife and was well known
in Ocala, having often visited his sis sister
ter sister here.
Mr. Stone was a musician of talent
and had managed music houses in
both Jacksonville and Tampa, leaving
the latter city in May when his health
became too poor to warrant his con continuance
tinuance continuance in business. The funeral
will take place this afternoon and the
body will be buried in Athens.
A number of friends in this city
who remember Mr. Stone will be
grieved to hear of his death. He was
41 years of age and leaves a wife and
Men's 50c Suspend 0Cr
ers in this sale OJU
Men's 25c Suspend-1 Qp
ers in this sale 1 3u
Men's 15c Suspend-1 fjp
ers at lUU
Men's 50c Night
We have reduced all of
. 1 A
our new straw nuts.
the $1.50 to
$3 grades to
Other Straw Hats
us low as
Men's and Boy's QCp
Silk & Straw Hats
All of our Mens Felt
Hats have been re reduced,
duced, reduced, some hats that
sold as low as QOp
$2 for only..--
$3.(?0 Grades can now
be bought for CI QC
50c Elastic Seam
Men's 2-piece Bath-1 Qp
ing Suits at 13U
Every thing n this
Sale will be sold for
Casn. Nothlno will
be charged to anyone.
having the best
Ocala does the
TTo(-i-7ino I K-o etinrr nnt Mlirion county. And
Ocala boasts of
roads in the state
A writer in Pearson's
.1 .mm 1 a. J no
was in trive reasons why Great why not blow aDoui gouu ruau.,,
rlv all the money collected in Ma- we
. I i .. i. lioiw tnvntinn I courier.
the war. llis principal reason is non county "uuKu j
that a verv lartre Dronortion of the for road building is expended on the
population on which England must highways in and around Ocala.
depend for private soldiers is com- Williston Courier.
TVio wntpr nt tne ioresroinir is
Ocala district deputy grand master
for Marion, Sumter, Levy and Citrus
counties. Mr. Blanchard is a veteran
Odd Fellow and one of the most con constant
stant constant workers in the order.
You will have to show us, "Jakey,"
are irom ivnssuun. hiiuswm
posed of factory workers and their
.... i'i ;-i 1
densely ignorant or wiUtuiiy un
truthful, probably both. The good
roads of Marion county begin at the
county seat, of course. For the last
half a dozen years, the work on them
has been done nearer the outskirts of
the county than to Ocala, as the re
cords show.' The records also snow
that man for man and mile for mile
Ocala has paid more in proportion on
these roads than any other precinct
and will continue to do so as long as
there is any Ocala and Marion coun county.
ty. county. If Williston becomes a county
seat, good roads will of course begin
building out of Williston, and Willis
ton has not one-tenth of the taxable
property to help county road building
with that Ocala has. More ucaia
money than Mcintosh money is
spent on the north end of the road to
Gainesville; more Ocala money than
Weirsdale money is spent on the
south end of the road to Leesburg;
more Ocala money than Blitchton
money is being spent on the road to
Morriston. All these things are easy
to prove by looking at the roads and
the county records. The editor of the
Courier is ignorant of both, and he
wouldn't dare to displease the little
clique he is working for by telling the
truth if he knew it.
Wonder if Ocala will bring with her
to Clearwater those daily rains o
which she is complaining Clearwater
From the reports that have come
up to us, Clearwater has plenty of
rain of her own; and the rain doesn't
. ry j; .1
run on tne tiearwaier uiamunu
easily as it does off the one at
Wherever you are from, they prob probably
ably probably ran you out as soon as they got
onto your curves. They will run you
out of Williston before you are much
W. A. B AX LEY
MENU HAND-TAILORED SU
Judge F. J. Titcomb, state inspec
tor of convict camps was in town
Saturday. The judge goes around
. . i .i i i,
over tne state a grvat uv.n, --
says that Will Knott seems to be the
favorite for governor. He also thinks
Mr. Thagard's chances for comptrol comptroller
ler comptroller are good.
He (the editor of the Star) is again
attempting to make the people be
lieve his old hobby "that Ocala s
boundaries was established by Om
nipotence and confine all that is sac
red." Williston Courier.
This is another case in which the
Courier tells a lie out of whole cloth.
There has never been anything in the
Star to warrant such a statement.
Mr. W. A. Baxley of Istachatta.
died at his home in that place at
o'clock yesterday morning after an
illness of two weeks of typhoid fever.
Mr. Baxley was alout T0 years of
age and had resided at or near Ista Istachatta
chatta Istachatta for many years. He was well
known in Ocala, where he often came
on business and had a great many
friends here who will be grieved to
hear of his death.
'Mr. Baxley married a daughter of
Mr. C. Buhl of Shady, a few miles
southwest of town who. with ten
children, survives him.
The funeral services were held yes yesterday
terday yesterday at 4 o'clock and the body laid
to rest in the village cemetery at Is
Mr. Baxley had been engaged in
the naval stores and sawmill business
fnr r food manv vears and for a
number of years farmed extensively.
He was a substantial, well-liked citi
zen and always met his obligations
like a man.
$18 Suits, strictly hand tailored, several
styles all wool
$15 Suits, hand tailored, assorted materials Q QK
. stitched fronts at ,?i.UU
$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 QOp
sold up to $3 at -- vlUb
Everpair ol pants In the store reduced.
Tomorrow night the Ocala baseball
boys and many of their friends will
arrive here to spend tne week in
Clearwater. Here's wishing for blue
skies and a good time for all. Clear
BASKET PICNIC AT BLITCHTON
One big lot Men's
One big lot Men's
25c Ties at.----
Better 50c ties to
Paris or Boston
There will be a basket picnic at
Blitchton on Thursday, July 29th.
There will be speaking by leading
men of the county on the topic of
county division, and refreshments will
be sold, the proceeds to go toward
re-covering the Baptist church. Ev-
erylody invited and bring well filled
baskets and enjoy a pleasant day.
10c Grades assort- "7p
ed colors at only
15c Grades assort- Iflp
ed colors at I Uu
25c Grades assort- 1 On
fi nnlnr5 nt UU
50c Grades assort assorted
ed assorted colors at
r- - If J
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Read this story in this paper every Wednesday and
Thursday afternoon and see the pictures Friday at the
JL tr rwi 4""! s
While Star Line Transfer Co.
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling!
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.
The editor of the Zolfo Springs
Truth is making a success of his pa
per by sticking to what the name de denotes.
notes. denotes. Editors of the Levy County
Times-Democrat and Ocala Star
should stop and ponder. Williston
A man who can't tell a lie any bet
ter than the editor of the Courier
oucht to trv to stick to the truth.
His lies are so clumsy they confute
The Sun says it has undertaken the
job of making Clearwater a city of
10,000 people by 1920. Wonder who'll
be the Sun's publisher by that time
St. Petersburg Times.
We don't think its possible for
Powell to be publisher much longer
he is as long as he can be now.
Go North by Sea
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRAHS.CO
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
II. C. AVERY, AGENT
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
Some of the leaders of the Grand
Army of the Republic and of the
United Confederate Veterans plan to
propose that the two organizations
hold a last great, combined reunion in
Chattanooga in 1920 and then disband
forever. The reason for this is that
the veterans on both sides are be becoming
coming becoming so old and feeble, as well as
few, that it is considered better to
discontinue the reunions before they
die a natural death. In May, 1920,
the war between the states will have
been over for fifty five years, and
the youngest among the veterans will
be at least 73 years old. It is not un-
has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE and a
WATER HEATER. The
cooking and cleaning on
Long Hot Days
are made easy with the
help of the?e ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM HELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas r.mre will
I,!g -a.s the next
I 'order an
Tedro, July 14. Altho we have
not been heard from in quite awhile.
nevertheless we are still progressing.
Quite a crowd, about thirty in I
number, went to Lake Weir last
fishinpv Thev 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
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. W. 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 visitinc her sisters, the Misses
Miss Esther Perry, Fred and
Blanche returned home Sunday from
a two weeks' visit to their grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. WTaters of Ocala
nn l Mr. nnd Mrs. Crumnton were
Sunday visitors here.
Traveling Man's Experience
"In the summer of 1888 I had a very
severe attack of cholera morbus. Two
physicians worked over me from four
a. m. to f 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
?o, I gave the hotel porter fifty cents
nnd told him to buy me a bottle of
rhnmberlain'a Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, and take no sub
stitute. I took a double cose accord
ing to the directions and went to sleep
nft p lhe reverd dose. At five o'clock
morning I was called by my
d took a t::-n for my next
point, a well man but feci-
.ng ratner .-naKy irun me s;rrii.jr
the attack." writes H. W. Ireland,
Louisville, Ky. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
$1.50 Dress M fin
shirts at pi.UU
$1 Dress Shirts,
75c Dress Shirts
50c Dress Shirts
The above includes all
styles softand laundered
UNDERWEAR MEM'S-UNDERWEAR 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 IZn
50c grades Balbrig-0"7p
gan underwear O I u
25c grades. Men's IQp
Special lot Men's 2-piece
Bathing Suits to IQrt
Light Blue Cham- OQn
bray work shins wU
$1 Overalls, Head-OOp
light, and others
75c Overalls, as- HOp
50c Overalls, only
a lew left
Heavy 50c Work
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 this season. Our prices have been $50, $7 and $7.30
You can now have your choice of various styles and materials at
ALTERATIONS MADE FREE
L. ALEX AN DEI
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
. I Careful Estimates made cn all Con Con-1
1 Con-1 tract work. Gives More and Dette."
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the citv.
Advertise in the Star.
I VEGETABLES. MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daih. O'
Und day. Merchant's Cafe. If
OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, JULY 19, 1315
PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY
I 1 Ja lAi
WIT! E?fT&fT TT1 rmTTrTTTi
K31 1 T.S 'Ji Cf El K-I S' I B 4 5?
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THE POWER OF FORTUNE Path five-reel drama, in national
From 3::J0 to 65 and 10 cents.
From 6 to 10:3010 and 20 cents
The Baseball Team
Is Going to Clearwater
but that is no reason you should
not drink the greatest of all
,v bottles J 5 Cents r fountains
There is Nothing Else Quite so Good.
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works
' wK. '.
Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is aken tc
protect it from contamination while it goes through the nroresr.ea nhsch re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and sa'tsfactory service go with this good ice of mire. Let u
have your custom- -we deserve it.
Ocala Ice & Packii
This is our
' 14 1
Manufactured for the pressing of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch,
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
ar cr tear. Call and sea
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-401 South Main St.
NEW YORK AND RETURN
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOL ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st.
Write for schedule and further particulars.
FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
See That Your Ticket Reads
STANDARD IIAILKOAD OF THE SOUTH
M. R. WILLIAMS, J. G. KIRKLAND,
Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla. D. P. A., Tampa, Fla.
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for thi3 department, call 'phone 106)
Thought for the Day
One great, .tromr, un.elfi.-h foul
in every community would actually
Mr. Durand will combine business
FOUR MONTHS TO
PREPARE FOR THE FAIR
1 with pleasure. En route thpv will
i - j ... in i
make bnVf visit s tn relative nn.li11" a tom nen everywing goes
redeem the world.
At the Woman's Cluli This Evening
Miss Cecile Downs, whose .sinking
has been such an insjii ration to au audiences
diences audiences everywhere, to whom .she has
sung, will render a very difficult but
enjoyable program tonight. Though
quite young, Miss Downs is an artist
of ability, having studied in the mid middle
dle middle west under splendid teachers and
lately in New York.
Miss Iirna Blake, who has recently
received a degree in music from the
State College for Women, will be the
assisting artist in the concert tonight.
This will be Miss Blake's first ap appearance
pearance appearance and her friends are look looking
ing looking forward to hear her with a great
deal of pleasure.
Miss Ellen Clarkson who plays
beautifully, will play Miss Downs'
accompaniments. Miss Clarkson is
well known to Ocala audiences and in
Every crisis in the life of individ individuals
uals individuals or nations proves the metal of
those tried. It is not any particular
credit to a man or nation to accom accomplish
plish accomplish great things when everything
is favorable to such accomplishment.
"The man worth while, is the man
The following announcement was
received this nioining by Ocala
friends of the bride:
"Dr. and Mrs. Alsa Curtis Hamblin
announce the marriage of their
daughter Minerva Parrott, to Mr.
James Hervey Letton, Jr. of Paris,
Ky., on Wednesday, July 14th, 1915,
"At home Paris, Kentucky."
Mrs. Lanier Robertson returned
Saturday from a visit of a month to
relatives and friends at Dunnellon.
Mrs. L. A. Gable and four sons
have gone to Lakeland to visit her
mother, Mrs. R. R. Clark for several
Miss Winifred McCully of Berlin
has been enjoying a visit to Misn
The Eo stern Ftar rev.injj circle will j Pearl Sandifer on West Exposition
meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs.
J. B. Webb at Kendrick.
Mr. Virgil Hancock of Tallahassee
Pwev. Bunyan Stephens, pastor of,3 a guest at the Harrington for a
the Baptist church, accompanied by! day or two, motoring through in his
Mrs. Stephens and Master McClure
Stephens, left today for a vacation of
a month. They went directly to At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta to visit Mr. Stephens mother.
Beginning Wednesday Mr. Stephens
will hold a two weeks revival meet-
One of the foremast social events
in Asheville, N. C, last week was the
opening ball at the Manor. Many rep representative
resentative representative society people of that city
ing near Crawfordsville. From At-, and visitors from the South were
lanta Mrs. Stephens and son will go i present, among whom was Mrs. R. C.
to Shelbyville, Ky., to visit her par-! Camp of this city.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. McClure until Oc
Mr. Sam Mathews of the Commer
cial Bank spent the week-end at 'Manatee to make their home. Mr.
Candler, visiting his parents, Mr and and Mrs. Dowdell and children were
Mrs. Charles Mathews. among Opelika's most prominent cit-
izens and Florida can well feed proud
Mrs. II. M. Clayton arrived Satur- to have the mas residents. While at
day from Oxford, Ga., to visit Mrs. the station, they enjoyed a visit with
George Close for a few days befor their cousin, Mrs. G. W. Martin,
returning to Tampa. Mr. Harold
Clayton of Gainesville, joined his Miss Beatrice Williams, who has
mother at the Close home for a week- been critically ill at the hospital since
Mr. J. D. Young has returned to
Lake Weir from Atlanta where he
visited his daughter, Mrs. Peeples.
Mrs. Fred Weihe was the hostess
with whom the Methodist sewing cir circle
cle circle spent this afternoon pleasantly. In
Miss Kate Carlton of Arcadia, who serving a tempting refreshment
is pleasantly known in Ocala, has course at the conclusion of sewing,
gone to Asheville, N. C, to visit her J Mrs. Weihe was assisted by her
sister, Mrs. H. M. Hampton of this guest, Miss Lillie Oder of Yalaha.
city, for several weeks.
Mr. J. W. Akin moved his family
Mr. Allison Wartmann of Citra has to Oklawaha today, where they will
joined his wife at the home of her occupy one of the Dr. Henry cottages
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hampton in for the remainder of the summer.
Fortjyce, Ark., for a visit of a few!
Mr. and Mrs. Eli A. Osborn and
guest, Miss Margaret Wade, spent
Sunday at Lake Weir, visiting Mr.
and Mrs. D. E. Mclver.
Mr. Sam Pyles arrived today from
Jacksonville to spend his vacation
with his mother, Mrs. J. J. Pyles.
Miss Ella Mendenhall of Eustis,
principal of the North Ocala school,
will be accompanied to Ocala in the
fall by her mother and they will do
light housekeeping at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Durand. Miss Men Mendenhall
denhall Mendenhall and mother are now in New
York City, the former taking a sum summer
mer summer course at Columbia University.
Messrs. Harold Meade and Otis
Green, members of Rev. R. B. Bow Bowers'
ers' Bowers' camp at Lake Weir, spent the
week end at home.
Mr. Robert'Nelson, a former Ocala
boy, concluded Saturday a visit to
friends in the city, leaving for his
nome in lampa.
Mrs. Annie Aiken and Miss Mabel
Aiken left last night for Plant City,
St. Petersburg and Winter Haven to
visit relatives for six weeks.
Miss Pansy Souter of Sparr is the
guest of her aunt, Miss Fanny Clark.
friends in Atlanta, Chattanooga, Jer-dead WTong' r m other worJs the
usalem, O., and Pittsburg, reaching ma" Ca" gUlde h'S raft f life
their destination the first of August. I or bus'ness against the strong wind
ui uu-.erse circumstances, anu lanu
at the port of success, is the man who
is worth while and the man who is
needed today all over the world as
never before. These are strenuous
times, but strenuous times weed out
weaklings and make real men strong stronger
er stronger than ever.
Men and women of Marion county
which would you perfer to be classed
with the weak or the strong? The
question answers itself. Not one of
us desire to be weaklings.
In about four months our county
fair will be held. Here is an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to show our metal by mak making
ing making this fair a grand success. It can
be done, but not by any one person's
efforts. The president cannot make the
fair a success. The secretaries can
not; but the people of Marion county
working in harmony with the' officers
and committees can.
This is not a one man fair. Every
one who is working for the success of
the fair is just one small atom in the
plan. In fact every one in Marion
county must be one of the atoms in
the plan if the fair is to be the great
success that it can be. Don't let the
machinery balk because one of these
small, but all important, parts is
missing or not working smoothly. We
want every farmer in Marion county
to look on this as his fair. Because
it is your fair and you are personal
ly interested; a good fair means en encouragement
couragement encouragement to every farmer and an
incentive to better farming and stock
The board of directors have been
careful in selecting men and women
especially adapted to the work of the
committees on which they have been
asked to serve. These committees
will visit the people in every section
of the county to ascertain what they
will have for exhibit in the different
departments, and if every one will
lend their aid to the member of the
committee who solicits them, by giv
ing them a list of the things they
hope to exhibit in that department
they will be doing much toward mak
ing the fair a success, as wen as
lightening the work of the commit
The official premium lists will soon
be out, each will contain entry blanks.
One for live stock and one for the ex exhibits
hibits exhibits in other departments. We
would ask those who expect -to make
exhibits in the different departments
to help us in our work, by making
a list on these blanks of what they
hope to exhibit. Of course we un understand
derstand understand that the next four months
will change your plans more or less
but at the same time these lists will
give is some idea of what we may ex expect
pect expect to have on display in the differ
ent departments. Please let us have
these lists as soon as possible. As an
aid and time saver in making up your
lists you, will find an idex in the front
pages of the 'premium list.
After August first, we will be lo located
cated located In the old Board of Trade
room, in the Ocala House building
where everyone will be most welcome,
and where you will be supplied with
premium lists and any information
you may desire in regard to the fair.
The old motto formerly used by the
Board of Trade in the room we will
occupy will still hold good "Farmers
Mrs. A Tweedy, Asst. Sec.
Mr. F. A. Dowdell and family of
Opelika, Ala., passed through Ocala
today on the S. A. L. en route to
her second operation Friday, spent a
fairly comfortable night last night.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
091 9 0 C 9944
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Vnur .r1r will nave
J. L. SMOAR
Jkt Hmoak'8 Wkod Shop.
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47, 104, 303
RY our Fresh Meat it will
etables in season.
Also fine line of Groceries.
Ail Germs Ordered
To Beat it!-
Searching Influence of
Remedy That Works
1 1 j
The Tuesday auction club will meet
tomorrow afternoon with Miss Rose Rosebud
bud Rosebud Robinson.
Mrs. James E. Johnson and two
little daughters returned Saturday
from a visit to Tampa the guests of
Mrs. Johnson's sister, Mrs. Robert
Mrs. George, R. McKean and daugh daughter
ter daughter Marie, who have been guests of
the farmer's parents, Judge and Mrs.
W. S. Bullock, have returned to their
home in Tampa. While in the city
Mrs. McKean and Miss McKean were
the inspiration for several pretty in informal
formal informal social courtesies.
Mrs. Maude Home and family have
returned from a. pleasant visit to Mr.
and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh of Starke,
at their cozy home on Kingsley lake
Miss Tillie Pasteur of Lake Weir is
!a guest for the week of her brother,
Mr. George Pasteur and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Durand left this
afternoon for Butler, Pa., to remain
until October 1st with Mrs. Durand's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hooks.
The introduction of S. S. S. is at once
a foramana to Diooa impurities 10 nnu
a way out.
And wh,at are blood Impurities? They
mayle the hypersecretions found In the
mucous linings of the body; they may
be arid accumulations known as rheu rheumatism:
matism: rheumatism: they may be boils, pimples, ec eczema,
zema, eczema, acne and stubborn, indolent sores.
But examined closely, they are all
rrerms that have crotten the upper hand
and it requires the flushing influence of
S. S. S. to drive them out. And out they
iro when S. S. S. bepins to circulate in
the blood. It only requires five minute
t. becrin this influence, for it is a fact
that in this limited time S. F. S. may be
traced in the urine. In the perspiration,
In the effloresence from the lungs to
show that it is at work. Germs, mind
von. are of various kinds, but all are
forelsrn to health and S. S. S. is no re
snerter of destructive perms, it drives
tnem all out. of whatsoever name they
jro by. Just pet a bottle of S. S. S. or
any drupffist and soon you win ooserve
a decided chanpe. And if yours is a
stubborn case, write to the Medical Ad Ad-vier.
vier. Ad-vier. care of The Swift Specific Co.. 107
Swift Pldp.. Atlanta. Ga. lie !s a repular
physician, proud of his name by virtue of
his distinguished family and is recog recognized
nized recognized as a foremost physician on his
There will be a silver medal con
test in Ocala on Monday night Jujy
19th, at 8 o'clock. There will be con
testants from Kendrick, Griner Farm,
Oak and Ocala. This promises to be
very interesting and we should have
a good crowd.
Also there will be a silver medal
contest at Griner Farm school house
on Thursday night July 22, at 8
o'clock, by a class of young girls.
A gold medal contest wil be held at
Weirsdale on the night of July 23rd
at 8 o'clock. This will be given by
district talent. A good attendance
and interest is hoped for.
Eewer if clojcd cp. Ail Ufa corU Lalf: up and te:nr.ff
down and j-jst 13 tho sr-v.c manrc thr.i Co blood carries t tho
various rart3 of t .e body tho foci t-t ihe cc-IU nol for bnildiS:
Cip, EU 11 1.1
mpciica ty carry av. r.7 ; -o v.rta m.itr-rtil f a
i niaurnnia nr2 po xrv ". eh-J d-rtrcy u.i nr.!
r ia Kuncy3 are EurauiatoJ into rcireslied and v-r-oroua
DR. PIERCE'S Golden
I .1 V 1 ...
43 uaiancing power a viL:i c;rvr power. 1 1 acts on tha stomach
arid organs cf discs'Joa J nulrkic-n-oi the p jrifyH-filter which
dean the tlcci T!:uj Zrxh vitalized b!J feeds the nerves, heart
fijid brain. This well Lnrrn s!iir-.;va i
A Di'.I UK SLUM
.,,lj..z ranr, aau n3 tvy i rucco- ii i tr rr. .re mm a Fen Feneration
eration Feneration a a tone and boly-bcilder. Itl-rili up tins n!n.!ovn trstem. Yon
eed it ;f yoa are always "caU-hlnsr col J 'or tuv? catarrh c f tna nose and
throat. The active rv-licnal principles of Americxs-N-Uve-roots axe
extracted nthoat el-chil and yoa k i cbtain this
tonic in luid or tiLlct .Va tt any !ru" f tore or
mean u cecta in 1-cent stiap3 fur ULJ L iiuf tablets.
Send 31 tmem ifmpi t rT cof of wm".7-.t nr.tl
wpraor-mg for lrtm c-p of The Common Smn AUJical
Jaa,,r. fr Jr. ?. V. f.-rrc. r!olK 1COO
We fully realize how neccs
sary prompt delivery service it.
The average housewife likes to
have her meat sent just when
she wants it.
Small things count in a suc successful
cessful successful business. Next to selling-
you good meat comes right
service. We are lound to please
you if you care to try us.
W. H. MARSH'S MARKET
Next to 0. K. Grocery Ocala, Fla.
itie Commercial mwli
CAPITAL STOCK 850,000,00.
Slale, Coimty and City Depository,
ANNUAL BARBECUE AT OXFORD
The annual barbecue at Oxford will
be held on the first Saturday in Aug August,
ust, August, being the 7th day of the month.
Arrangements will be made to feed
everybody on good old Florida bar
becued beef. Cold drinks and ice
cream will be on hand all day. Every
effort possible will be made for social
entertainment. Everybody invited to
come and bring their friends. We will
do all we can to make the day pleas pleasant
ant pleasant and profitable for you.
Signed: F. M. Hammonds, R. M.
Driggers, I. P. Rainey, R. P. Bowman,
L. R. Lee, J. B. Baldron, S. a Car Car-uthers,
uthers, Car-uthers, committee in charge.
THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY "BELIEVE" IN OUR
JEWELRY STORE FOR JUST ONE BIG REASON WE HAVE
NEVER DECEIVED A CUSTOMER.
WE HAVE BUILT UP OUR BUSINESS, FIRST, BY CARRYING
ONLY JEWELRY AND JEWELRY STORE THINGS WE KNOW
TO BE SUPERB IN QUALITY AND CORRECT IN STYLE, AND
SECONDLY, BY ASKING FOR THEM ONLY A REASONABLE
WE MAKF (JUALITY RIGHT: THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
A. E: BURNETT
GCfUA'S RELIABLE JEWELER
THE JOHN DOZIER CO.
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
RONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. 7-lG-tf
Don't fail to ask us about our speci
al price on stationery. Tne Court
Premier Carrier of the South
TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1915
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM
ATLANTA $6.00 MACON S4.00
Tickets limited to reach Jacksonville, returning rot 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:P
and for Columbia 9:40 a. m.. JLLl itn.
tv. ..v. .moKas r.nH nnllman service. 5?recial trams.
CItr Titkfct GOUe Cor. Forsythe andllogan Sts. Jacksonville, Fl.
city "tcIhone Vj DELL 73 amJ 4011 AUTOMATIC M 1743
G. R. PETTIT, I. T. A
B. PINSON. T. P.
Put your AD. in the STAR,
OCALA EVENING STAR MONDAY. JULY 19, 1915
K. of P. meet tonight.
Council meets tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening. .
See Luckie, at Davies' place, if
your automobile needs attention. 15 tf
Mr. Z. C. Chambliss, wbo has been
quite sick for some days, is better
Have you tried those delicious Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
The county commissioners are in
session for the purpose of equalizing
Use Nyal's zamiiy remedies. All
good good for all. Sold by Annex
Drug Store. 16-tf
Mr. N. I. Gottlieb, who is doing ex excellent
cellent excellent work for the Fraternal Union
in South Florida, is in the city on a
visit to his family.
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
Mr. J. C. Deerman is quite ill with
typhoid fever at his home in the
W. K. Lane, M. T. Vliysician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
The Temple has a superb picture
story this evening, "The Power of
Fortune," a fine Pathe five-reel drama
in the natural colors.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at .Johnny's Place, tf
Dr. C. R. Tydings has returned
from a several days' sojourn at Wor Wor-thington
thington Wor-thington Springs.
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
Postmaster Grantham, of Sparr, is
among the prominent Marion coun coun-tyites
tyites coun-tyites transacting business in the city
If you automobile needs repairs or
adjustment, take it to Luckie at
Davies' place. 15-tf
Mr Tom Duebel, who has been
working at Oxford for several years,
has returned home. Mr. Duebel says
he expects to go to Oklahoma to work
in the oil fields.
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
The Silver Springs took a good-sized
party down the run and river to
Connor yesterday afternoon. Every Everybody
body Everybody who went on the excursion had
a lovelytime. There will be another
excursion next Sunday afternoon, and
it will pay all who can to go.
Take your automobile to Luckie at
Davies' place if it is needing the at attention
tention attention of a skilled mechanic. 15-tf
Effective JULY 19th
One Qualify Only The Best
PUT YOUR AD
W... r-i t-- ." LIT I
KMb OF V4CYEr-
This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min R. F.
July 1 88 72 .24
July 2 88 70 .12
July 3 91 70 .02
July 4 95 72 .24
July -5 90 73 .41
July 6 ... 90 72 .41
July 7 94 73 1.23
July 8 93 74
July 9 88 71 .3G
July 10 92 71 .07
July 11 89 -72 .20
July 12 87 72 .01
July 13 92 74
July 14 93 74
July 15 93 71
July 1G 94 73 .10
July 17 94 73
July 18 95 73
Generally fair tonight and Tuesday.
Mr. George Neville, president of the
Dunnellon bank, Mr. D. B. Kibler,
manager of the Buttgenbach mines;
and Dr. J. G. Baskin, are represent representing
ing representing the Phosphate City in Ocala to today.
day. today. Mr. W. T. Whittington, of the Gei Gei-ger
ger Gei-ger section is among the northend
citizens in the city today. He is a
strong anti-Bloxham county man and
says Marion county is good enough
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Our fellow citizen, Captain Tuck Tucker,
er, Tucker, who has been sick for some weeks,
was better yesterday. He is receiv receiving
ing receiving excellent care at the hospital.
The Prophesied Completeness.
t We rejoice in life because it seems
to be carrying us somewhere; because
Its darkness seems to be rolling oa
toward light, and even its pain to be
moving onward to a hidden joy. We
bear with incompleteness because of
the completion which Is prophesied
and hoped for. Phillips Brcoks
Willing to Reciprocate.
A New York little girl is of an ap appreciative
preciative appreciative and generous nature. This
is the way in which she recently con concluded
cluded concluded her evening prayer: T do
thank thee, God, for all my blessings,
and and I'll do as much for you any
time 1 can."
Don't fail to ask us. about our speci special
al special price on stationery. The Court
IN THE STAR
MANY USES FOR GUNS.
they Have Even Been the Means at
Times of Saving Lives.
Guns woulil not even if warfare
were abolished. For example. tLe sig signal
nal signal :n of a ship V used to announce
her arrival on a co.-v-t. It would be
difficult to f.nd on equally effective
substitute. The 1 o'clock un. too.
whli. h I fired hv ek-ctriclty from
Greenwich b:-crvatc r la the most of-fit-live
hh'.'u.s osib!e of announcing
the exact time to surroui.fi;: towns,
while nothing more impressive couM
Le foTUi'l than the minute guns Cred
for public mourning and the salute giv given
en given on occasions of public rejoicings.
Guns save lives as well as take them.
In desert countries, where it Is dlilieult
to collect water out of a mere damp dampness
ness dampness of sand, gun barrels are often
sunk Into the ground. P.y this means
moisture Is collected in the bore and
many lives have been preserved by a
timely draw at the muzzle.
A slaver, captured with a crew of
slaves in the tropics, was once put in
charge of a prize crew. Iuring the
voyage water ran out and slaves, slay slayers
ers slayers and prize crew were all dying' of
thirst. Then a sergeant hit on a bril brilliant
liant brilliant Idea. Taking all the available
gun barrels, he plugged up the breach
ends of a few of them, filled their
bores with sea water and set them end
up among the coals of the gnlley Ore.
Then as the steam rose he ran it
through the other gun barrels till It
cooled. The cooling steam collected In
the shape of excellent fresh water and
by this means scores of lives were
saved. Pearson's Weekly.
The Epitaph Over Sir Henry Lawrence,
the Lucknow Hero.
There is a simple tomb In Lucknow,
in India, that cost no more than many
a plain fanner's gravestone in our ru rural
ral rural burying places, bur Clarence I'oe
declares that it Impressed him more
than anything else lie saw In India ex except
cept except the Himalayas, the Taj Mahal
and the view of Henarea from the
It Is the tomb of the heroic Sir Hen Henry
ry Henry Lawrence, who died so glorious a
death in the great mutiny of 1S57. No
commander in all India had planned
more wisely for the defense of the
men and women under his care, but
the siege had only begun when he was
mortally wounded, lie called his suc successor
cessor successor and his associates to him, and
at last, having omitted no detail of
counsel or information that might en
able them to carry out his farseeing
plans, he roused himself to dictate his
own Immortal epitaph:
Who Tried to Do His Duty.
May the Lord Have Mercy on Ills SouL
And so today these lines, sublime in
their simplicity, mark his last resting
place, and you feel that not even the
great Akbar In Secundra or Napoleon
In Paris has a worthier monument.
Although bull baiting was a cruel
pastime. It was also a fulfilling of the
law, for formerly no butcher was al allowed
lowed allowed to offer for sale the tlesh of any
bull that had not been baited. The
goading of the animal In a fury was
supposed to have some influence on the
flesh. In a similar belief rhe flesh of a
bunted hare was thought to Ik? superior
In flavor to that of one that had been
shot, and a present of "a hunted hare"
was considered to be a special compli compliment.
ment. compliment. In the records of the corpora corporation
tion corporation of Leicester, England, the follow following
ing following order appears: "At a common hall,
held on Thursday before St. Simon and
St. Jude, 14G7. no butcher to kill a bull
till baited'." At Winchester It was or ordered
dered ordered (reign of Henry VIII.) "that
from hensforth ther shal be no bul bul-stake
stake bul-stake set before any mayor's dure to
bayte any bull, but onlie at the bull bull-tinge
tinge bull-tinge within the saide cytie."
Her Only Course.
Lady Anne Lindsay, the author of
the old poem "AuM Robin Gray." was
not only a delightful conversationalist,
but she was a great story teller.
This gift made her not only a wel welcome
come welcome guest abroad, but a valuable
member of the home circle, for it Is
related in "A Group of Scottish Wom Women"
en" Women" that at a dinner party which she
was giving to some friends nn old man manservant
servant manservant caused some amusement by
saying In a perfectly audible tinder tinder-tone:
tone: tinder-tone: "My lady, you must tell another sto story.
ry. story. The second course won't be ready
for five minutes."
What He Saved.
"Goodr shouted the friend of the
bibliophile as the latter emerged from
the burning house carrying a bundle
of books. "Did you save your Shake
s pea res?"
"Xo," replied the bibliophile, comb combing
ing combing a spark out of his whiskers; "1
saved my Bacon." Houston Post.
Same Old Stuff.
"Brack specks dance Injfore my eyes.
doctor," complained the society pa patient.
tient. patient. "That Is very annoying and monoto monotonous."
nous." monotonous." "Yes. They never have any new
dances." Kansas City Journal.
As to Jarley.
That man Jarley is without any ex
ceptlon the most Inaccurate man lever
knew," said Dobson. Tell me, Jines,
does he ever get anything right7
"Oh, yes." replied Jones. "Anything
that Is left Jarley will always get
I right.- Judge.
Three-year-old Dorothy, who was al allowed
lowed allowed to play on the parkway, was
told by her mother she must not get
acquainted with strange people. Ono
day an organ grinder with a monkey
stopped to play and Dorothy made
friends at once. As the organ grinder
moved away Dorothy followed, her
mother called to her, and she paused
long enough to say: 'T'se ye?t gettln'
Quainted wif monkey, not nan's."
Advertise in the Star.
(Continued from Third Tage)
Supper Party for Miss Harvey
The concluding social affair of last j
week, proving one of the happiest
and most delightful of the series en-
livening the week, was the supper
party Saturday given by Mr. Frank
E. Harris, Jr. in compliment to Miss
Franklin Harvey of Charleston. S. Ci
the popular guest of Miss Ulair Wood Wood-row.
row. Wood-row. Covers were laid for Mr. Harris,
Mis Harvey, Miss Woodrow, Miss
Mary Burford, Miss Martha Kate
Rentz, Messrs. Leslie Anderson, Olaf
Zewadski and Whit Palmer. The
pretty appointments of the supper
table were attractively arranged and
the menu, consisting of four delicious delicious-!y
!y delicious-!y prepared courses, was highly en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed by those present.
After supper Mr. Harris took his
guests to the Temple, where another
hour or more was pleasantly spent.
Miss Melvine Hurts and Mr. John
P. Shaddick, both of whom have a
number of friends in Ocala, sang the
offertory number at St. Andrews'
Episcopal church in Tampa yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The selection was a duet entitled,
"Watchman What of the Night?"
Mr. B. A. Weathers reached home
yesterday from New York, where he
has enjoyed the past few weeks with
Mrs. Weathers at the home of their
son,. Mr. Niel A. Weathers.
Little Miss Helen Newsom, who
has been visiting her brother, Mr. W.
V. Newsom, Jr. and family, returned
to Clearwater yesterday, joining her
parents there at the home of her sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. It. D. Dodge.
Mr. G. II. Ford of Jacksonville,
spent Sunday with Mrs. Ford, who is
visiting at the home of her father,
Mr. B. A. Weathers.
The department of education on the
federation page of Sunday's Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union was devoted almost entirely to
an article on health from the pen of
Miss Nellie Stevens, principal of the
Ocala primary school. Worthy of
imitation by other, teachers and cities
of Florida was the advice given by
the state health officer at whose re request
quest request the paper was written, in the
heading of the article.
Mrs. W. J. Hiland3 leaves Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday for Jacksonville to join Mr.
Hilands, who is now in Chicago.
Thursday they will be joined in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville by Mrs. W. S. Hilands and
little daughter and together they will
proceed to Asheville, N. C, to remain
until October. They will be guests at
Mrs. Anna Tweedy, has gone for a
visit to her old home at DeLand.
Mrs. John Boisseau and pretty lit little
tle little daughter are home from a visit to
friends at Lakeland.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stripling and
their charming daughter, Miss Ellen,
went to Worthington Springs yester yesterday
day yesterday morning, to visit friends. Mr.
Stripling returned last night, but
Mrs. Stripling and Miss Ellen will
remain several days.
Miss Annie Jennings, who has been
on a visit to Mr." and Mrs. Newport
at Eastlake for some weeks, passed
thru town this morning on her way
home to Miami.
Mrs. II. H. Whitworth and daugh daughter
ter daughter Miss Jessie Mack, and Mrs. Whit Whit-worth's
worth's Whit-worth's aunt,. Mrs. Marshall, leave to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for Smithville, Ga., their for former
mer former home,' where they will visit rela relatives
tives relatives for the remainder of the sum summer.
mer. summer. Mrs. Marshall will go on later
to North Georgia to visit relatives for
a portion of the time.
Mrs. James E. Johnson and child children,
ren, children, who spent last week in Tampa,
returned home Saturday night. They
came through with Mr. and Mrs. Rob Robert
ert Robert Sales from Tampa in Mr. Sales
car. Mr. and Mrs. Sales left early
Sunday morning for Valdosta and will
return to Ocala tomorrow, and the
latter will spend several weeks with
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Perry, of Stan Stanton,
ton, Stanton, after spending several days with
Mrs. Perry's mother, Mrs. A. J.
Leavengood, on North Magnolia St.,
left Saturday for a few days visit
with Mr. Terry's parents at Pine.
They will return to Ocala tomorrow
for a short stay before going back
to their Lake Weir home.
The members of the Presbyterian
sewing circle spent a most pleasant,
as well as a profitable afternoon- to today
day today with Mrs. W. W. Condon.
The friends of Miss Jefferson Bell
will learn with much regret that she
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
leaves next month for Miami to spend
the winter and with the view of mak making
ing making that city her home.
Mrs. R. A. Burford and Miss Agnes
Burford are expected home tomor
row from Troy, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, Jr.,
Master W. K. Zewadski, III. and Mr.
G. B. Zewadski left this morning in
the former's car for their home in
Tampa, after a pleasant visit to Mr.
and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, Sr.
After a visit of several weeks fill filled
ed filled with a round of gaieties, Miss
Marie Hulbert returned to St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg today. M iss Hulbert was the
guest of Miss Caroline Harriss and
was an attractive participant at all
of the beautiful parties given in com compliment
pliment compliment to the bevy of visiting girls,
being guest of honor at one of the
largest parties of the summer season.
Mrs. William Hocker and daughters
are home from a pleasant stay of a
few days at Lake Weir, the guests of
Miss Annie Davis. They were joined
for the day yesterday by Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. Mote and Mr. Franklin
Watts of Leesburg.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Efird of Lees Leesburg,
burg, Leesburg, who are well known in this city,
leave this week for Monteagle, Tenn.
After spending a few weeks there
they will go to Kentucky for the re
mainder of the summer.
Miss Lauragene Dozier returned
this afternoon from a visit to her par parents
ents parents in Jacksonville.
BULLETS FELL ON
THE AMERICAN MDE
(Special to the Star)
El Paso, July 19. Carranza troops
have attacked Sonora, just across the
border from Naco, Arizona. Bullets
are reported to have fallen on the
UPON AT BRIDGEPORT
(Special to the Star)
Bridgeport, Conn. July 19. A 24 24-hour
hour 24-hour armistice has been agreed to in
the threatened general strike of ma machinists
chinists machinists here. British agents are try trying
ing trying to prevent a tie-up of .munition
, WOMEN SOLDIERS.
They Posed a Men and Fought With
the British Army.
The British army has had Its women
soldiers, and two of them are burled In
the cemetery of Chelsea hospital. One
of these dames Hannah SnelL a truc truculent
ulent truculent looking person, whoso portrait Is
preserved in the great hall of the hos hospital,
pital, hospital, served In the siege of Pondl Pondl-cherry
cherry Pondl-cherry and was badly wounded, her
sex being discovered when she was re removed
moved removed to the hospital. Shebecame a
pensioner and wore on occasions the
three cornered hat and uniform coat of
Chelsea and was at her own request
buried in the graveyard of the hospital.
Christina Davis was the other female
soldier buried In this cemetery. She Is
described as a "fat. Jolly woman."
Another Englishwoman who success successfully
fully successfully posed as a man and enlisted as a
soldier was Phoebe IlesseL who was a
private In the Fifth foot regiment and
fought at Fontenoy In 1745, under the
Duke of Cumberland, being severely
wounded. Ultimately she died at
Brighton In 1S21 at the age of 103.
The most famous Englishwoman
"soldier," however, was "Dr. James
Barry," who Joined the medical corps
In 1813 and served at Waterloo and In
the Crimea. In lSTiS, after many promo promotions,
tions, promotions, she became Inspector general,
and it was not until many years later
that the fact that she was a woman
was discovered. St. Louis Post-Dla
ELECTRICITY AND WATER.
Little Danger In Turning a Hose on
Heavily Charged Wires.
The slight danger that firemen run
through the electric current passing
from heavily charged wires np the
stream of water they are squirting U
proved by an experiment conducted by
Ugo Tartaglini and reported hi La
Sclenza jer TuttL
A trolley car wire charged with a di direct
rect direct current of 525 volts had one end
grounded; on the other end he directed
a stream from a hose with a nozzle fif
teen millimeters In diameter. At 2J2Q
meters distance a voltmeter attached
to the nozzle registered twenty volts.
At sixty-five centimeter distance It
registered seventy volts and at twent
centimeters 210 volts. The average man
can stand a current of fifty volts with without
out without serious shock, so u fireman wbo
holds his nozzle five or six feet from a
live wire runs no great danger.
Mr. Tart-MIlul made the same experi experiment
ment experiment on two lines of alternating cur current,
rent, current, one with 200. the other with
4,000 volts, and the voltmeter did not
register nny current In the stream of
water, nlthotmn a Alight 6hock was per perceptible
ceptible perceptible when he put his band Into It
With a cheruU-al extinguisher be got a
current of I -VU) volt.- nt 22Ti millime millimeters
ters millimeters from a wire with a current of 2.030
Ypres and Death.
In Holland and Flanders, according
to the Manchester Ciuardian. Ypres U
Connect el In the mind of the people
with the Mr;i of dc.i tli If a Dutchman
or n Fleming wMiew to dwTilie a par particularly
ticularly particularly lugubrious fierson he will say.
"HiJ ziet er ult ali de dod van Yier Yier-en"
en" Yier-en" rile looks like the death of
Ypres). This expression has been pro proverbial
verbial proverbial since Ypres was ravaged by the
plague la IZiD; "the death of Ypres is
a vivid expression like our "black
death." But It Is also taken UteraMy.
for Ypres la In sober truth, one of the
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchant's Cafe, tf
fiSl What kind
This roofinff U the highest quality pos
slble to make and it u guaranteed 5, 10
or 15 year, lor 1, 2 or 3 riy respect respectively.
ively. respectively. When once laid, rtain-td
must remain intact at least tor the
period of the guarantee and the guar guarantee
antee guarantee is a definite insurance against all
General Roofing Manufacturing Company
World"! torpest manuaeturert of Botfing a n J DuCdMU Rzprr
Nw York Cty CLicaeo ftkiU4plU St. Louis Botea Jevdand PltUbarth
Detroit Francifo Ooaanati MlmeapoK KaaMsGty
S ttla Atlanta Hooatoa London Hamburg Sydney
Aftep yon see
see us t g7
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.
4nt i-Monop oly Drug Store.
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
44 WE TAKE CARE"
the deal for that real esta te has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has il-out 160
deed records and 45 mortgage records, and 50 of miscellanoeus rec records,
ords, records, or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these is
the record history of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man kcowa
that he has got it all.
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.
florida title and abstract corporation
WHERE. SHALL I
THE STATE UNIVERSITY
Highest standards, ranking with the
larnfnt and tt-sjt I'nlversUles of the
North anl F.asL
2S7 tulcnt! laM session. Total en enrollment
rollment enrollment 633. lnclu-llns mimmer KchooL
Tuition free. -cerUn?j 20 jx-r e e-meser
meser e-meser for law.
For further Information alJ re ..,
.. .. Ml Itl'IlItKK, Ireldeal.
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR -RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
LOST A pearl and sapphire bar pin
between Miss Wartman's residence
and the Episcopal church. Finder
will please rturn same to this office
or to 704 Oklawaha avenue and re receive
ceive receive reward. 19-Ct.
FOR RENT Two six-room cottages
with all modern conveniences; well
located. Apply to Mrs. R. L. Car Carter.
ter. Carter. 19-tf
LOST A. K. A. fraternity pin Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morningZSther on Oklawaha
avenue or down town. Reward offer offered
ed offered by Bunyan Stephens. 17-t
FOR RENT Five-room cottage with
modern conveniences, gas, electricity,
baths, etc Apply to Mrs. Jake" Brown,
of roofing shall i buy?
a nm ww7w 7K i oa can ouy m commp tmsrearmteed
roofing and save a f aw dollars In W
tied eof or yoa can pay this slight dlXfcrenca and ftta
roofing' guaranteed by th world's largest tnansfactarer
ef roofing and building papers. The final coat is rWx
cotznU and youH find it cheaper ia tLe locj rca to tezj
Roofing that u cheaper than Crf a ?n-4e f j
Is cheaper in quality and is not guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed by a biz mill and best respoosi-
bflity. If the cheap roof falls down yon
will have to pay the double expense of
laying a new roof all over again.
Otrla'mJed Roofing is for tale by
dealers everywhere at reasonable prices.
GO TO SCHOOL ?
FLOItlDt TATR COLLKfiK FOIt
WOMBS, T !.!.. HAS Kir, KLi.
Standard the n.ime as those rf the
bet oollex- and universities In the
Modern build in cm and equipment; all
473 students regular term; 163 ttum ttum-rrwr
rrwr ttum-rrwr ttrrn; total enrollment last t-s-aion
Tuition free In college, and normal
For catalouce and Information Vrit e.
KDH'A II D C'O.MtlDI, IreJ4ea(.
North Tuscawilla street, or phone
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished moms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
nousekeeping. Inquire at the Co
ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Err in, at
Carlton House. 19-1 no.
WANTED A party of four to pro prorate
rate prorate an automobile trip expense to
Miami and return. See Jos. W.
Dodge. 7-1 6-3 1
PURE JERSEY COW FOR SALE
I have one fine; pure Jersey cow for
sale; fresh with second calf; gives
31-2 gallons of milk per day. Y D.
Cam, Ocala, Fla. 15-Ct
OCALA SEED STORi:
A full line cf Com, O
Shorts, Hay zv, ?!V"-